New Delhi: Let me tell you, this is great news for those who want to join the army. In fact, the process of reinstating soldiers in the armed forces is about to begin anew. Let me tell you that it has been named ‘Tour of Duty’. It will be launched soon, the purpose behind it is to provide employment to the youth on a low budget and preparations for this work have been going on for almost two years. Let us know some important information related to this …
Let me tell you, under this campaign, officers and soldiers are going to be recruited in the Armed Forces on fixed short term contract at low government cost. Yes and the job period under this can be around 3 years. Let me tell you that the Corona epidemic has led to a sharp decline in the number of soldiers in the Armed Forces in the last two years. There are currently 1,25,364 vacancies in the Army, Air Force and Navy, according to official records. This is a new initiative for this, due to which recruitment is going to be done in the army.
The proposal is expected to be approved by the top leadership. Let Dame know that a briefing on ‘Tour of Duty’ has been given at the Ministry of Defense this week. The plan was introduced by Army Chief General MM Narwane in 2020. Its size and scope have been discussed at the top level of government in recent months. The final outline of the plan has not yet been announced. Its purpose was to rehabilitate soldiers for both general and special duties for a fixed period of three years. This is expected to change the concept of permanent recruitment in the Armed Forces.
Under the new procedure, most soldiers will be discharged from duty at the end of three years. They will get help from the armed forces for more employment opportunities. Corporate India is believed to be interested in reserving jobs for trained youth serving their country. Thousands of crores of rupees could be saved in salaries, allowances and pensions if a large number of soldiers are taken on ‘Tour of Duty’. The best young people recruited may have the opportunity to continue their service.
The campaign aims to reduce government spending as well as provide employment to thousands of trained youth every year. Students from prestigious colleges like IIT who can contribute to the expansion of the high technology campaign in the Armed Forces may be encouraged to serve for a shorter term. After which those citizens can make a career in the world.