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Indian army calls women applicants for ‘military police’

25 April 2019  

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NEW DELHI: The Army today for the first time issued an advertisement in newspapers for recruiting women into the Military Police, three months after the government announced that women would be inducted into the force in the “Personnel Below Officer Rank” (PBOR) category.
The application window for recruitment of “soldier general duty (Women Military Police)” that opened today will be closed on June 8, the Army said in the ad.

“In a historic decision, Modi govt has decided to induct women, for the first time in Personnel Below Officer Rank, in corps of Military Police. It’s a huge step towards further empowering women and improving their representation in our armed forces,” the BJP had tweeted from its official handle on January 18. (Agencies)

Publish Date : 25 April 2019 10:09 AM

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