Agnipath pre-training

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Agnipath Scheme: Army Conducts Pre-Training For Aspirants In North Kashmir’s Baramulla

The Indian Army has organised a two-month pre-training program for Agniveer aspirants, in North Kashmir’s Baramulla. Youths from the said area, and surrounding areas, are taking part in the program, before enrolling for the Agniveer scheme. Reportedly, extensive training for physical conditioning and written examination were conducted, as part of the program. Also, a regular medical checkup was organised. The program acts as a platform for… read-more

Sat, 17 Sep 2022 - 08:02 PM / by Shibu Immanuel S

Tags: J&K, Baramulla, agnipath, Agniveer, Indian Army

Courtesy: ANI


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Indian Army Releases Notification For Agnipath Scheme; Recruitment Begins From July

Indian Army published a notification on June 20 for Agniveer recruiting drive commencing from July, which is part of Agnipath short-term service plan. As a concession to appease the protesters, the Centre increased the maximum age limit for recruitment to 23 years for 2022. Home Ministry has decided to grant Agniveers a 3-year age relaxation above the specified upper age restriction for enlistment into Central Armed Police Forces and Assam… read-more

Mon, 20 Jun 2022 - 04:41 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: agnipath, Indian Army, recruitment, notice, Agniveer

Courtesy: Free Press Journal

Ludhiana Railways On Alert

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Ludhiana Railways Make Elaborate Security Arrangements Amid Agnipath Protest

Concerned about the anti-Agnipath protests across India, the Ludhiana Railways beefed up security and made elaborate arrangements. On June 20, Ludhiana Police alerted officials and deployed heavy security to ensure no unfortunate incidents happen at Ludhiana Railway Station. "We have done special deployment of Rapid Action Force. Many people have been arrested," said the official. Notably, on June 19, a group of youths protested and stormed… read-more

Mon, 20 Jun 2022 - 10:18 AM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Ludhiana, Ludhiana Railway Station, agnipath, Agniveers, protest

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Defense Minister Rajnath Singh

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Rajnath Singh Proposes 10% Reservation For Agniveers In Defense Ministry Jobs

The government to set aside 10% of employment in the Defense Ministry to absorb "Agniveers," according to the office of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. The declaration comes after four days of violent demonstrations by military aspirants in numerous states over concerns over job security at the conclusion of the four-year "Agnipath" tour of service plan. The… read-more

Sat, 18 Jun 2022 - 05:06 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: agnipath, Protests, reservation for agniveers, Defense Ministry, Rajnath Singh

Courtesy: Free Press Journal

Students Protest

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Trains Set On Fire In Secunderabad Railway Station Against Agnipath Scheme

In Telangana's Secunderabad Railway station, angry students set ablaze trains, demanding withdrawal of Central Government's "Agnipath" army recruitment scheme. The army aspirants along with the National Student's Union of India, staged protest, prevailing tension in the Telangana region. Protestors even started stone-pelting at buses and trains, worsening the situation. Furthermore, besides Telangana, students in… read-more

Fri, 17 Jun 2022 - 12:07 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Secunderabad Railway Protest, nsui, agnipath, Army Recruitment Scheme, protest

Courtesy: India Today

Bihar Protest


Agnipath Scheme: Protests Worsen, Trains Disrupted, Roads Blocked In Bihar

Protests continue to prevail in Bihar against 'Agnipath', a recruitment scheme introduced by the Central government. The protests on June 17, has disrupted the movement of trains in various districts of Bihar. Various roads were blocked at many places and tires were also burnt on the railway track. Furthermore, students joined the protest and created a ruckus at Sahebpurkamal railway station. 

Fri, 17 Jun 2022 - 11:50 AM / by Shibu Immanuel S

Tags: Sahebpurkamal, agnipath, Central Government, Indian Army, Bihar

Courtesy: ANI