Courtesy: The Hill Times

Around 4300 aspirants turned up at the recruitment rally of the Indian Army conducted by the ARO Jorhat at Jairampur in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh.

These participants from 23 districts of Arunachal Pradesh vied for the posts of sepoy (ground soldier duties), sepoy (technical), sepoy (clerk) and nursing assistant.

Brigadier VM Sharma, the recruiting DDG flagged off the mammoth rally organized with the help of the Lekhapani Army Brigade under the aegis of Dao Army Division which carried out the necessary liaison and arrangement with the civil administration for the mega event.

Director Recruiting, Col RK Singh, YSM in-charge of recruitment in Arunachal Pradesh has lauded the effort from the local army formation and civil administration for extending their support towards successful conduct of the recruitment rally, which will culminate on May 13.

Jairampur ADC, S S Choudhury needs special mention as he had launched an awareness campaign among the aspiring candidates of 51st Nampong Assembly Constituency to register online, which was a mandatory step for participating in the rally.

Choudhury had issued an official announcement instructing all cyber cafes of the region to assist the aspiring candidates to register online. He also facilitated on-line registration at his office.

Choudhury also ensured that the information was transmitted to the aspiring candidates well in advance so that they get enough time for physical preparation.

He relayed the information through the PRI members, public leaders, gaon burahs, principles, headmasters, teachers and heads of various departments.

He had also directed the administrative heads of Nampong and Manmao to personally monitor the publicity process and initiate suitable action to ensure maximum registration of youths.

Notably, this is for the first time that an exclusive recruitment rally for the local youths of the State is being organized in this sensitive and insurgency affected part of the State.


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