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    How can I become a Soldier in Indian Army having completed 12th standard being 26 years of age?

    Jai Hind sir,
    Am Prasanth from Kochi(Kerala). AM 26 aged and completed plus two.
    Sir My life ambition is to become Inadian Soldier and do anything for my country. I love my Indian as i Love my mother. I will Give my life for my Country. Sir . Please help me to Become an Indian Soldier.My height is 166 cm.

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    Re: How can I become a Soldier in Indian Army having completed 12th standard being 26 years of age?

    You should have shown your love and patriotism earlier.It is too late now.The minimum qualification required for soldier is Matriculation with 45% marks and you are more qualified than that.But the age required is maximum 25years and there you will miss it.You should have planned earlier for being a soldier.Even if you were a graduate,you would be over age till now.You can not join Army now as whatever be your qualification,your age has crossed the limit for Defence sector jobs.Defence recruits very young persons so that they can train them properly.With growing age your body gets stiff and you are run by your habits as they are difficult to change.Complete your graduation and try for other jobs.Being intermediate will not get you too many jobs at this age.All the best

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    Re: How can I become a Soldier in Indian Army having completed 12th standard being 26 years of age?

    Hi

    I am really sorry to tell you that you can join for any of the post in the Indian army because your age is too high for joining the Indian army.
    I appreciate your feeling about the Indian army and about the Nation.
    I want to tell you that you can join the Indian army up to the maximum age of 25 years.
    So I am really very sorry.

    For more http://www.upsc.gov.in

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    Re: How can I become a Soldier in Indian Army having completed 12th standard being 26 years of age?

    hi

    friend you had cross the required age limit and as per your qualification 12th passed,so for this you had to crack the NDA exam,

    but for NDA EXAM the age limit required is 16.5-19 years.

    its does not matter whether you are in defense or civilians your aim should be to help the nation and bring to high position.so this you can do being non defense field right indirectly.

    or

    you can do private job or you can join any government post.

    sorry

    we wish you good luck

    thank you

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    Re: How can I become a Soldier in Indian Army having completed 12th standard being 26 years of age?

    You should have shown your love and patriotism earlier.It is too late now.The minimum qualification required for soldier is Matriculation with 45% marks and you are more qualified than that.But the age required is maximum 25years and there you will miss it.You should have planned earlier for being a soldier.Even if you were a graduate,you would be over age till now.You can not join Army now as whatever be your qualification,your age has crossed the limit for Defence sector jobs.Defence recruits very young persons so that they can train them properly.With growing age your body gets stiff and you are run by your habits as they are difficult to change.Complete your graduation and try for other jobs.Being intermediate will not get you too many jobs at this age.All the best

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