Army Education Corps Havildar Selection Process 2o16: This article contains details about physical test/ medical test PET/ Interview etc. There are around 635 Havildar (HAV.) to be recruited in Science & Arts subjects in Indian Army. Please read the complete selection process for AEC Havildar April 2016. The Screening of candidates will be carried out as per programme issued by Recruiting Offices. Details may be obtained from respective ZROs/IRO(as at Para 18 below) and website www.joinindianarmy.nic.in.
Physical Fitness Test.
- 6 Km in maximum 6 minutes and 20 seconds.
- Pull ups (Beam) – Minimum 6 pull ups.
- Zig Zag balance – Must pass.
- 9 feet ditch – Must Pass
Educational Qualification. The candidate must have working knowledge of both English and Hindi. Should have graduated from a recognised university in any of the following subjects at PG/graduation level.
- Science Stream. M.Sc/ B.Sc/MCA/ BCA/ M.Tech/ B.Tech/ B.Sc(IT) with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botony, Zoology, Biology, Electronics and Computer Science.
- Arts Stream. MA/BA with English Literature, Hindi Literature, Urdu Literature, History, Geography, Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Mathematics and Sociology.
Medical Test: A candidate should have robust physique and mental health. Chest should be well developed with minimum 5 cm expansion. Should have normal hearing in each ear. Should have sufficient number of natural healthy gums and teeth, i.e 14 dental points. Should have no diseases like deformity of bones, hydrocele, varicose veins or piles. Remustering candidates should be in medical category SHAPE-1 in terms of Special Army Order 6/S/2005/ Rtg dated 05 Aug 2005 as amended from time to time.
Written Examination. Only those candidates selected in the screening and declared medically fit will be permitted to appear in the written examination which will be conducted at HQ Recruiting Zones / IRO Delhi Cantt on 31 Jul 2016 as per details below:-
The written examination will consist of one composite paper of 2 hours duration, composed of two parts. Candidates will have to pass in both the parts separately. Science candidates will attempt Part-I and Part-II (Science), while Arts candidates will attempt PartI and Part-II (Arts). Candidates must mention the stream opted for in the application.
Qualifying in the Written Examination. Candidates will be required to score a minimum of 40% i.e 20 marks each in Part I and Part II separately to be declared pass depending on the stream chosen.
- Part-I (Compulsory for all Candidates). It will consist of 50 questions on General Knowledge and General English. (Max marks are 50 and pass marks are 20).
- Part-II (Science Stream). Compulsory for Science Stream candidates. This part will comprise of Questions from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer Science. Candidates will be required to attempt all questions. (Max marks for Part-II (Science) are 50 and pass marks are 20).
- Part-II (Arts Stream). Compulsory for Arts candidates. This part will comprise of questions from Mathematics, History, Geography, Political Science and Economics. Candidates will be required to attempt all questions. (Max marks for Part-II (Arts) are 50 and Pass marks are 20).
- All answers will be marked on OMR answer sheet.