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WHY DEFENCE CAREER?


  • Discipline
  • Leadership
  • Courage
  • Task and Result Oriented
  • Vast Opportunity for Sports
  • Patriotism
  • Exploitation in other Private job
  • Welfare
  • Recreational Programme
  • Pay and Perks

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QUICK FACTS

Rock Solid Job Security

It is seen that private companies do not give us as much job security .Ggovernment job is the best for us because we will never be asked to leave from a government job. Best of all there are no pay cuts and only increments throughout our life. Immaterial of whether the economy falls or rupee falls, no one will be sent home jobless from a government job.


Pay and Allowances

The armed forces offer an attractive salary and perks for the commissioned officers. Apart from the salary and perks many other benefits are offered to the officers, their family and children. Click here to know the latest pay and allowances of commissioned officers in the Indian Army, Indian Navy, Indian Air Force and Indian Coast Guards, as per the 7th pay commission structure.


Great Food at No Cost

If you are an unmarried officer, food is free of cost (Entitled Rations). Once married the ration used for the preparation are given to the officer at his doorstep free of cost (Entitled Rations). I dont think any company can afford for such an arrangement to its employees.


Awesome Foreign Assignments

The MNCs have a way of tempting their workers to work more with the prize tag of a foreign assignment. The poor souls slough their a** so much only to get an assignment to work in a foreign country for a few months. For a few lucky, may be a year or so. Whereas in the armed forces we send Officers with diplomatic visas to Foreign Countries as Defence Attaches in the Embassy as a peace posting. We give them an opportunity to actually chill out.

Our officers even go to do Masters in Reputed Defence Colleges. The Navy sends every year a handfull of Officers to the Royal War College, London, US Marine Staff College, etc. The kind of facilities and luxury these officers receive in those countries are unmatched.


Scope for Higher Education

If you are a studious person, then this is the place for you to be. By the time you retire in the normal course of your career in the navy, you end up doing 2 masters (M.Sc) degree, 1 M.Phil, 1 MBA and 1 Phd (Optional) in your life. Can you name a company in the world which gives so much paid leave and pays its employee to pursue this quantum of studies.

Technical Officers have the opportunity to pursue M.Tech from IIT Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai in their course of their career in the seats which are reserved for Armed Forces.


Respect Wherever You Go

You might wonder why I have put this point as No.7, because in the present world not many people care a shit about it. But actually speaking the respect you will command from your soldiers, subordinates, the society and even your family is something you will never be able get in any profession. 100% of the time you will (even if you dont wish to) end up being a role model to your children.


First Priority Physical Fitness

Today no one thinks before joining a company in these lines – whether the job will allow me to be fit, play a sport, do some physical exercises or indulge for some fun time in physical activity/adventure activity. But job in the armed forces is all about what I have mentioned in the previous line. Your physical fitness is paramount to us. You can assure yourself a healthier lifestyle in this place.


Great Post Retirement Options

n retirement, apart from the handsome amount that you will receive, you will get a pension throughout your life. Today an officer with 15 years of service after retirement will get a pension according to their ranks starting from 70,000/- per month. Even after retirement with your experiance and knowledge base the Officers of the Armed Forces are the most sought after commodity for leadership roles in big companies. The armed forces nurtures each officer into a leader which becomes his second nature. Hence a second innings post retirement is very probable and equally attractive.


Style and the 'Cool' Factor

Not many people understand the style and charisma that sticks with the men in uniform. Beleive me, there is nothing more appealing than a smart officer turned up in a crisp uniform. You can never buy that outfit outside. Like the Bournville ad, you have to earn it to understand it. The pride which comes along with wearing the uniform is out of the earth and you must experiance it to understand it.