Indian Army Training Videos, Uniform Images For Facebook DP

Respect to all those brave soldiers who are dedicating their lives for the welfare of our country. Being an Indian army soldier is the biggest respect in itself and this proud feeling of serving the nation has no match. No matter how much you earn, how vast your business is, an army man standing in front will get more respect from everyone around. Indian Army is always being considered the toughest job but still the craze of youngsters for joining the profession amazes me a lot.

If you think that you too have that passion to build your career in the armed forces then you must read this article for sure. I can bet that even if you have never thought of becoming a part of the biggest army in the world, you will feel an intense desire to become one. Here, we have brought the Indian Army Wallpapers, Images, and DP’s for all those desperate aspirants who are living with a dream to join the Army.

Our team is working day in and day out to provide the best information regarding the upcoming Indian Army Bharti recruitment along with the different criteria of selection in the department, result, and merit list. In short, we are a complete package of information for the students who are in the preparation stage.

Why join the Indian army? A question that arises in so many minds. The answer is simple. Indian Army is not a job, but it is a passion, a dream, and of course, an achievement for a lifetime. Youth in India has always been passionate to join this land-based armed forces and now as there is a hike in the salary and facilities that the army has made in the last 1 or 2 decades, it brings a sudden tide of a craze in youngsters to join this land-based armed force.

Earlier, one could say that a soldier spends his whole life in the struggle but now the scenario has changed a whole lot. There is a brighter future and there are so many chances of promotion every year. Individual development is possible in the department and this is one of the excellent aspects of the Indian Army.

Indian Army Training Videos

Here are some videos that will show you the hardship of training that one has to clear in the army.

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This video gave you goosebumps. Is not it?
The training period of 9 months is one of the toughest times in the life of a soldier. Thousand of aspirants leave the camp due to the difficulty they face in this period. Even the imagination brings me a cold shiver. But, so many passionate youngsters clear every physical and medical exam and get recruited on different posts every year. It is simply that they are made to acquire the finest grace of life which invests them with personal dignity and a sense of appreciation for those finer pursuits which distinguish man and civilization. From laborious marches to photography, painting, seminars tours, and sports, the training period is an action-filled scenario nurturing the mental and physical potential of a soldier.

At the same time, the fast and intense pace of 9 days of training at the Academy tests the capability of a person to become a soldier. The completion of training is, therefore, a sort of self-assessment which awakens and activates one’s self-esteem, sense of honor, and dignity.

The training comprises so much adventure from march past, shooting practice, running, wall climbing

The major purpose of the training is to groom future soldiers and to mold the physical and mental attributes and sharpen their leadership skills.

Indian Army Original Uniform Images and pictures

The zeal and zest for the uniform of a soldier run through the blood of so many young boys and there are so many who have a passion for wearing this uniform right from childhood. The dress may vary from post to post but the dignity and respect never differ. The camouflage of brown and green is the symbol of respect, passion, loyalty, and dignity.

Indian army uniform
The basic uniform of an army soldier comprises of :

  • Uniform: Fire retardant camouflage, a high technology fabric with a durable water repellent coating that also protects from fire.
  • Helmet: A light, bullet-proof combat helmet which offers special protection against handgun fire.
  • Communication System: VHF/UHF wireless system for communicating at the time of despair or for transferring important information.
  • BulletProof Jacket: There is a bullet-proof vest that contains soft armor with positive buoyancy and specially designed for special forces operations in the aquatic environment. A floating bulletproof jacket helps in swimming to floating with the weight of all the equipment.
  • Weapon: A Rifle with a firing speed of around 750-900 rounds per minute. The weapon is water-proof with a weightless than 4 kg with an effective range of 400 meters.
  • Boots: The lightweight para boots offer a firm grip of every kind of terrain and have layers of steel.

There is such a proud history behind this army uniform and one who wants to join the army must be well acquainted with it. The disruptive pattern of the dress was first adopted by this land-based armed force in 1980. Earlier, soldiers use to wear cotton made uniforms but since the cotton has a tendency to fade quickly, it did not work out. Hereafter, they started making uniforms with polyester and it was going well with the tropical conditions of India. But, still, the problem of fading existed along with the decaying of the stuff.

Initially, before the independence, the dress color was khaki but after the independence, the color was changed to olive green because the Pakistani army had the same dress code. So, to bring the contrast, the Indian army decided to bring it in olive green.

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History of Indian army

The land-based armed force of our country has sustained with such a rich history. The patriotism and chivalry of the soldiers are worth so many reads. There were so many crucial incidents that must be respected forever. The Indian army came into existence during the British empire in India. At that time, it was known as the British Indian army. You will be proud to know that the Indian army is one of the oldest and the 3rd largest army in the world.

15 January 1949, the day when the first Indian Commander-in-Chief of the army, K. M. Cariappa was appointed by replacing chief Francis Butcher, since then, the day is celebrated as “Army day”.

The war of Kargil, which India won against Pakistan is considered as one of the most heightened wars in the world. India has been in war with Pakistan three times and each time, the Indian army was successful.
Indian army is getting advanced in every section of warfare, be it missiles or weapons, we are on heights with the bravery and intelligence of our soldiers. And not just in warfare, the Indian army has proved to be the savior for India in natural catastrophic situations like earthquakes, floods, etc.

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  1. Hi sir! i discontinued 12th. How can i join Indian army sir?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Suresh,
      you can join Indian army as soldier gd as educational qualification required are 10th pass. Also, you can apply for soldier tradesman.

  2. Hello Sir,
    My name is Vishal Singh I want to know that which book is best for nursing assistance .

    1. Hello Vishal, you should prepare for nursing assistant according to the syllabus since there is no such book. NCERT 11th and 12th book is enough.

  3. Hello sir,
    My name is Vishal Singh I got 64.6% in 10+2 with PCB. So sir what can I do to join army at post nursing assistance. Plz sir give me some clue to join army.

    1. Hello Vishal, first you have to register on the official site of Indian army (joinindianarmy) then you can apply for nursing assistant.

  4. hello, i am 12th standard student.
    mujhe puchna hai ki agar maine indian army mein ground duty soldier ki training de di to uske baad main wahan se jaa sakta hun ki nhi. training ke baad kahin mujhe indian army join karna hi padega?
    i want to know also the selection process of Indian army ground duty soldier.

    1. Hello,
      You can leave army after training if you need. For information on selection process of soldier GD, please read our article “army gd selection process” just put in these keywords in the search box of 4ono.

  5. hello sir ,I am soumik banerjee .I have passed hs with 76% .my chest is 82/cm and height is 175cm. can I join army in gd ?

    1. Hello Soumik,
      Since you have good height, chest, and your percentage is also good in class 10th. If you fit in other eligibility criteria then yes, you are eligible to apply for army GD.

  6. Hello sir. Maine 10+2 58℅ marks se pass kiya hai. But mera physics me 44 marks hai. Kya mai army clerk ke liye eligible hu?

    1. Hi Navlesh.
      As per the eligibility criteria for clerk post you have scored 60% aggregate and minimum 50% marks in every subject in 12th class. And as you have mentioned that you have only scored 58% in 12th so you are not eligible for this post.

  7. Hlw sir I am Sajan..sir actually me 10+2 por 61% he or per subject por 50% bhi he lekin mera 10th class me 45% he or maths me 40 marks hai. Kya me clerk me apply kr sakta hu? please sir reply me.

    1. Hi Sajan.
      The eligibility criteria for clerk post is 10+2 / Intermediate Examination Pass in any stream (Arts, Commerce, Science). Should have secured 50% marks in each subject and 60% in aggregate in Class XII. Should have studied English and Maths / Accounts / Book Keeping in Class XII or Class X. Should have secured min 50% marks in each of these subject, whether in Class XII or Class X. If you fulfill the above mentioned criteria then you can apply for this post.

  8. sir I have passed my 10th with cgpa of 8.3. Am I eligible to join Indian army? And can you please guide me how to join to join army.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Mohan.
      As, you have mentioned that you have completed your 10th class recently then we would recommend you to continue your studies at present. Yes, you can join Indian army at soldier GD post but after completing 12th class you can apply for higher post. You can also apply for NDA exam and become an officer once you have completed your 12th. It is really impressive that you look forward to join Indian army but at this time just focus on your studies. Keep yourself dedicated and work hard.

  9. Hey, i am a class 10 icse student. I want a career in military. The problem is that I am not good in studies. I will probably score 60+ percentage this year. So I may not be able to get science in class 11&12. What are the options left for me?

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi.
      As, you have mentioned that you are interested in joining Indian army then it is not necessary that you have science in 11th and 12th. At present just keep yourself focused towards your studies. You can prepare yourself for NDA exam. This exam is conducted by UPSC twice a year for all those students who wants to join Indian army as officers. The age limit of this exam is more then 16 and half years and less than 19 and half years. 12th passed and appearing both can apply for this exam. Keep working hard.

  10. Anurag kumar sharma

    Hello sir.
    I am anurag sharma from bihar.
    I have passed my 12th and i got 64%.
    Is i am eligble for army bhartis.
    And one more problem in online registration by mistake i wrote my height 160 but my height is 169.
    So sir will it creates problem during any rally bharti.

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Anurag.
      Yes, you are eligible for army bharti but make sure that whichever post you apply for you fulfill all the eligibility criteria of that post. If you have mentioned wrong information in your online registration form then all you can do now is log on to the official website of Indian army and fill the feedback form.

  11. Helo sir i am in 9th class to mai chahata hu ki app mujhe bataye ki mujhe army ki GD selection ke liye kya karna hoga mai abhi math yani science se hu ab mai kya karunga aage mujhe army bahut pasand hai meri help kijiye army join karne mei,
    thank you

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Rohit.
      First thing to join Indian Army at Soldier GD is that you must be 10th passed, and must have scored minimum 33% marks in your 10th boards. The other thing that you should keep in mind is your age limit, you can apply for this post within the age limit of 17.5-21 years. Now we come that how you can apply, so when you will be eligible with all the factors that we have mentioned above, so do your registration at the official website of Indian Army, that is ‘joinindianarmy.nic.in’, and after that be updated with all the upcoming Indian Army rallies in your district, as soon as rallies will be out, participate in it.

  12. sir,i want to join indian army and i got 70% marks in class10.and now i am doing class 11 from commerece if i get 70%in class 12 so can i apply for the test of indian army

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Akshit.
      Yes if you will get 70% marks in 12th standard, then you can apply for Indian Army.

  13. Hello sir. I am Dheeraj Kumar sir mai jab Indian army ka registration karwaya tha to use bad mai uska password bhul gya uske bad Maine dusra registration krwaya jisme mai apna name me “Dheeraj” ( ee) ke jagah per ( I) karwa diya to bharti me koi problem to nhi hoga n. Plzzz

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Dheeraj. It may create problem at the time of bharti as they will cross check the form with your original documents. But, you must at least try by appearing in the bharti.

  14. Sir I am from odisha and my height is 173 and my +2 percentage is 51% in science and my all subject mark is above 50 except mathmatics. my mark in math is 32 .sir can I eligible for army technical…..

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Suvesh. For now, you cannot apply for the army technical post as your Marks in Maths is 32 which is less than required. But, you have an option. Complete a Three years Diploma in Engg (Mechanical /Electrical/ Automobiles/ Computer Science Mechanical Engg and Electronic & Instrumentation Engg) and then you can be a part of the written exam of Army Technical.

  15. Hello sir
    I am Ujjawal
    I want to join army in gd
    But my height is 169 cm
    What I can join in g.d

    1. Prof. Divyanshi Sharma

      Hi Ujjawal. Do mention your state here. Then only i can tell you that whether you would be able to join as a general duty soldier or not.

  16. Hello sir my name is goutham I’m from karnataka
    I just wanted to know about age requirements
    Im 21 now. It’s OK for me to apply for recruitment. But my question is if the person age is 23 and what if the recruitment process delay and his age gets like 24 will he be eligible?

    1. Hey Goutham, most probably you will be considered as non eligible. But, you may get concession if you some how state you situation to army official at the ground. It depends on your luck.

  17. Sir my self Aditya from Bihar.
    Sir jab Maine registration Kiya and online form fill up Kia to usme Meri height Kam 5.5 hai but actually Meri height 5.9 hai to Kya Hoga?

    1. Hey Aditya, it is not a problem as they will measure your height on the day of bharti. So, you don’t have to worry, but if you still want to correct it, then you will need to go to the feedback section of official website and ask them to make correction in your form.

  18. satyaprakash dubey

    Hello Sir,
    I am satyaprakash dubey, I want to know about clerk test. Please sir, give me some imformation.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hey Satyaprakash, we will be glad to help you. Please be more specific about what you want to ask about soldier clerk.

  19. Hello sir, my name is Vivekanand Kumar and i had got 63 % marks in 10+2 with pcm. But in maths i had got only 36. Am I eligible for solider (clerk/technical)? please reply me sir.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hi Vivekanand, for both clerk and technical at least 40 marks in each subject are required.

  20. shailendra kumar kashyap

    hello sir my name is Shailendra kashyap
    sir mai indian army me jana chata hu
    maine GD ki post ke liye registration kar diya hai per sir meri age 16 year 11 months ka hu sir kya mai indian army join kar sakta hu mera bachpan se sapna hai indian army mai jane ka maine 10 2
    kar liya hai with 75. marks science please give answer sir jai hind sir!

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Shailendra, are you sure that you are registered? because as per army rules, you can not apply before you are 17 and half years old. You are not eligible yet.

  21. Sir, am i eligible for NDA?
    Mujhe iss mausam me sans lene me thodi dikkat mahsoos hoti hai?
    Dr. Se pucha to btaye ki koi baat nahi ye “viral flu” k karan iss mausam me bahut logo ko hota hai?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Rahul, if the doctor is saying that it is fine, then you should not worry.

  22. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

    No Rahul, there are no specific test for tradesmen. You just need to give the regular written exam.

  23. Hello sir, I am rajat I want to know ki mere education certificate me name rajat Singh hai, or mere relation certificate me rajit Singh bhadoria hai. So, I want to apply for Indian army relation bharti.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      You will need to provide the proof that you are the same person as mentioned in the relation certificate. But, in any case you should first consult the officials, as I have just given the probability that it can happen.

  24. Gurusharan Dogra.

    Prof Rajeev Mehra Sir, My Dream Is ‘Indian Army Officer’. Please Sir, share Me some tips about it.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hi Gurusharan, keep practicing with all your dedications, and believe in yourself. With hard work and your will power you can achieve all your goals. So, keep it going.

  25. Hi Sir, please do let me know that what score is required for selection. what is merit score for GD soldier. I got 88 Marks in physical test and have attempted 40 Q’s in written. Is there any chance for my selection?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hello Abhishek, I have said this several time in various comment that merit list is always different. So, it is not possible to say if you will make it in the merit list or not. But, since you have got good marks in physical and have also attempted most of the questions, therefore, chances are that your name will be there in the merit list. Best of luck!

  26. prabhat kumar sahu

    Sir, I am prabhat kumar sahu. village-karajanga, Dharamasala, jajpur. Mera bachpan se ek tamanna hai ki mai army me bharti ho jau aur mai iske liye roj mehnat karta hun. Abhi meri running kuch second slow hai par army ki bharti aane tak mai bana lunga agar apka ashirwad raha toh waise mujhe pura vishwas hai ki mai bana lunga. Abhi mai class 12th me hun commerce side se. Jai hind sir!

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Hi Prabhat, good to see that you are so focused on your target. Our whole team wises you all the best, I am sure you will get recruited in army. Jai Hind!

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