Indian army religious teacher syllabus Exam pattern- Indian Army Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) Religious Teacher Exam Pattern and Syllabus
Selection Procedure for Indian Army Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) Religious Teacher Examination
The selection procedure consists of three phases as mentioned below.
- Written Examination
- Screening Test (consists of verification of original Certificate, Physical Standard and Fitness Test, and Medical Examination)
Exam Pattern Religious Teacher
Written Examination Pattern
|Paper Details||Total Number of Questions||Marks||Pass Marks||Negative Marking|
|Paper-1 (General Awareness)||50||100||40||0.5 Marks|
|Paper-2 (specific to religious denominations as preferred by the candidates)||50||100||40||0.5 Marks|
Note: Paper-1 is common for all the candidates and is qualifying in nature.
Papers of candidates scoring a minimum of 40% marks in Paper-I will only be considered for evaluation of Paper II.
Physical Standard and Fitness Test Pattern
|Sl No.||Criteria||Minimum Standard|
|1||Height (In Centimeters)||For General – 160 Centimeters|
For Gorkhas and Ladakhi Region Candidates – 157 Centimeters
Andaman and Nicobar Island, Lakshadweep including Minicoys – 155 Centimeters
|2||Weight (In Kilograms)||For General and Ladakhis – 50 Kilograms|
For Gorkha candidates – 48 Kilograms
|3||Chest (In Centimeters)||77 Centimeters for all Candidates|
|4||Physical Fitness Test||Running – 1600 Meters in 8 Minutes|
extra time for 1.6 Kilometers running in Hilly Terrain Areas
Between 5000 feet to 9000 feet-Additional 30 seconds
Between 9000 feet to 12000 feet -Additional 120 seconds
Medical Examination Standards
|Chest||Minimum 5 Centimeters Expansion|
|Hearing||No hearing impairments|
|Number of Natural Teeth||14 Dental Points with Healthy Gums|
|Restrictions||Deformity of bones|
The interview will be of 100 Marks
It is important for candidates to score 50% marks to qualify in the Interview.
The final selection will be based on the merit list drawn on the basis of the total marks obtained in Paper-II and Interview.
No bonus marks will be given to the son of Serving/ Ex-servicemen/ War Widow/ Widow and Sportsmen/ NCC/ Computer certificate holders.
Candidates who have been shortlisted based on marks only in Paper-2 will be interviewed by the board of officers at 1 ASC Trg Centre, Bangalore and 39 GTC, Varanasi as applicable.
Indian Army Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) Religious Teacher Examination Syllabus
Indian army religious teacher syllabus
Paper-1. General Knowledge Syllabus
- India and its neighboring countries
- History of India
- Culture of India
- Geography of India
- who’s who
- Awards and Prizes
- Indian Armed Forces
- Continents and Sub Continents
- Inventions and Discoveries
- The Constitution of India
- International Organizations
- Books and Authors
- Knowledge of Important national events
- Important events of international importance
- Prominent personalities
Paper-2 Religious Domain Syllabus
- Discourses of Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity, and Buddhism
- Motivational concepts
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Screened applicants will be put through a written examination to be conducted on 27.6. 2021, comprising two papers, Paper-1 (General Awareness) and Paper-2 (specific to religious denominations) having objective-type questions. Those scoring a minimum of 50 out of 100 marks (50%) will qualify in the interview.
Minimum Educational Qualification and Age Criteria. 10+2/Intermediate Examination Pass in any stream (Arts, Commerce, Science) with min 60% marks in aggregate and min 50% in each subject. Securing 50% in English and Maths/Accounts/Bookkeeping in Class 12th is mandatory.
All candidates who are desirous of getting enrolled in the Indian Army as JCO / OR are required to apply online at www.joinindianarmy.nic.in. After registration candidates shall follow instructions as given out and apply for the selected trade for which they are eligible.
Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) is a term used for a group of military personnel which is higher than havildars and lower than lieutenants; this term is only used by Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. Senior havildars are promoted to JCO rank on the basis of merit and seniority, restricted by the number of vacancies.