Agniveer Bharti 2024: The Army Board has now made a big change in the recruitment of Agniveer in the Indian Army. According to the new change, it will now be mandatory for Agniveer clerks and storekeepers to take a typing test. The new rule made by the Army Board will come into effect from the 2024-25 season.
The Indian Army has issued a notification in this regard. Apart from this, a letter has also been sent to all the army boards of the country, in which instructions have been given to follow the new rules.
Why so far the Indian Army has not given any information about the standards of this typing test. However, it is estimated that there could be 35 words per minute for English language typing and 30 words per minute for Hindi language typing.
Clear information about this will be given in the notification of the Army Board. The Army has released the notification of Agniveer Clerk and Storekeeper recruitment typing test on its recruitment website https://www.joinindianarmy.nic.in/.
Qualification for the post of Storekeeper and Clerk
If a candidate wants to apply for the posts of storekeeper or clerk under Agniveer recruitment in the army, then he / she needs to score 60 percent marks in class 12 and at least 50 percent marks in each subject. The age limit to apply for these posts is from 17 years to 21 years. Applicants must have proficiency in English, mathematics, accounting and bookkeeping.
When will Agniveer 2024 release?
The Indian Army’s Additional Directorate General of Public Information (AGDPI) has informed on social media platform X that the registration process for the Common Entrance Examination (CEE) to be held for Agniveer recruitment will begin soon. Along with this, it has also been informed that it will be mandatory to give a typing test for the Agniveer Clerk category.
It is a 2 hour written test
Let us tell you that the Agniveer recruitment exam is divided into stages, which includes physical test and written exam. The written test will be of 2 hours duration and will consist of multiple choice questions. There is a negative marking of 25 per cent for each wrong answer. Candidates need to score at least 35 marks to qualify the exam. Candidates need to score 80 marks to qualify the exam.