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Army recruitment rally from April 18

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Thiruvananthapuram | Tuesday, Apr 17 2018 IST
A recruitment rally for enrolment into Army will be organised by Army Recruiting Office (ARO) at Colachel Stadium in Pangode Military Station here from April 18 to 27.

The recruitment is for unmarried male candidates from districts of Trivandrum, Kollam, Ernakulam, Kottayam, Idukki, Alappuzha and Pathanamthitta for Soldier General Duty, Soldier (Clerk/Stores Keeper), Soldier Technical, and Soldier Tradesmen.

A record number 31000 applications have been registered online. District Administration is proactively assisting Army Recruiting Authorities in the conduct of smooth and incident free rally. Two nearby schools, UP School, Pangode and Abraham Memorial School,Thirumala, have been earmarked for the stay of the candidates, with water, electricity and sanitation facilities.

All candidates who have registered online can download their admit Cards from their registered E-mail ID and reach the Colachel Stadium at Pangode Military Station at the time given in the admit card.

Candidates are advised to report to the rally site strictly as per programme given on the Admit Card to avoid overcrowding at rally site. Candidate will not be allowed to take part in the rally if reported on wrong date.

Candidates are to appear for the rally at their own risk. Army or ARO Trivandrum will not be responsible for any loss to documents, loss of limb or life or any injuries or any type of mis-happening to the candidate during the conduct of the rally. No compensation will be provided by Army or ARO Trivandrum. Candidates may be randomly checked for use of drugs, sources said.

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