Well, as it happens, there is indeed a very elaborate process, wherein three different assessors, using three different techniques, gauge each individual on a set of specific parameters or traits, which we may call Officer Like Qualities (OLQ). It is the particular mix of traits in each individual which makes him or her unique.
Having looked into the history of Service Selection Boards in India in my last post, let me briefly introduce you to the SSBs, as they stand today.
The Indian Armed Forces select their officer candidates through a very detailed and refined process.
The process has evolved over time and has been used in one way or the other, by some other nations’ Armed Forces also.
One of the most frequent questions that get asked to people like me is about the various ways that an aspirant can choose to become a part of the officers’ cadre of one of the most, actually the most (as per numerous surveys), admired institutions in our country.
The new premises of IMPACT Coaching Institute were inaugurated on 08 March 20 by Mr Karan A Singh, Chief Secretary, Government of Punjab.
Who can forget the unbelievably valorous acts committed by Indian soldiers while defending the Nation’s honour and territory