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Off topic- Indian Army officer or a 40-50 LPA job in companies like FAANG. Which one would you choose and why? p.s. - I understand that everyone has their own perspective, and I am not looking for any advice. Just curious about the perspective of my fellow fishes.
Is there any company in India which allows employees to join Territorial Army(TA) 🪖 without any objection? I heard in few YT videos that TCS normally allows as it honors Govt notification. This is India's 2nd line of defence under Indian Army n r required to attend mandatory training for a month or 2 each year to be ready in case country needs them.... FYI, There r many from corp sector who r serving as an Lieutenant officer in TA for 2 months and go back to corp life for rest of the year....
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- "ACR fixation, sycophancy, narrow organisational outlook, disastrous policy formulation by non organisational persons having no experience in the organisation matters, unstable family life, poor work life balance, low salary, diminishing prestige, corruption at higher levels." (in 10 reviews)
- "The downside is the early retirement." (in 7 reviews)
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- 3.028 Sept 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Challenging and secured working environment. Indian Army grooms you to be a true leader by inculcating all essential leadership qualities
Frequent transfers and lack of flexibility1
- 5.07 Jul 2022Purchasing and Inventory ManagerFormer Employee, more than 10 years
It's proud to introduce myself as an Army person and have an unparallel reputation when compared with other departments. Being fit and fine forever due to disciplined schedules and activities for a long period. Senior Management always encourages pursuing higher studies. It is a never-ending list when mentioning the benefits of the Indian Army either serving or retired. Job security and benefits even if you retire.
The strict Disciplined work environment you will ever experience. Staying away from families for a long period.
- 5.027 Jan 2023O3 - Army - CaptainFormer Employee
Indian army has given everything to me, I worked for 32 years in this field which made me a better person and also helped to gain experience in my expertise field. Working for these many years help me develop leadership qualities and also helped me to inherit various interpersonal skills.
Although professional work has always been challenging, I was able to master it properly.The only problem I think is working overtime other than that pay scale to easy life every thing is up to the mark.
- 4.019 Dec 2019Lieutenant ColonelCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsDimāpur
Indian army gives u oppurtunity to expand your wings in master in different facet of work.may it be human resource management or administration or infrastructure development,indian army teaches u to excel.
Difficult life,and working under the qdverse condition are major grey areas beside the pyramidal structure for growth of career.
- 5.014 Aug 2022Transportation ManagerFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsHyderābād
indian army is the best opportunity to life.
Everything is ok sirf officer tanasahi chodker
- 5.012 Jul 2012Chief Executive Officer of A Midsize CompanyFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsNew Delhi
Indian Army provides an opportunity to work in challenging environments bringing the best out of you. The constraints under which on has to operate teaches to use all resources optimally.
At times your freedom of action is constrained .3
- 5.01 Dec 2014Lieutenant ColFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsTawang
Best organisation, fair, teaches you best of unselfish values, Ensures you stay healthy, your children learn best of values, you and your family stops being a typical Indian the form of being a Punjabi or Madrasi or whatever and you having lived all over India, develop an Indian personality, rather a world class personality. Comeradeship is the best. In a nut shell, you stand a class apart. Having served in the Infantry, the Ultimate Arm of Indian Army, post retirement, I have worked in the in corporate for 12 years. Gain say, Army is the best, so are Navy & the Air Force!
It is challenging indeed, pay is average & your lives are frugal, postings are at such places, (half the time non family stations )you cannot as a civilian, even imagine. It is equally challengng for the family. Postings every two/three years takes a toll on children's studies. My daughter did her 12 classes from 11 schools and son two schools less as by that time I had sought premature retirement and settled down in civil life. However having said, given another chance to live, I will still choose Army and Infantry at that, as I despite difficulties, I loved that life of laying down lives for each other, rather than running after each other's lives which I see around.1
- 5.011 Jun 2015Security SupervisorFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsThiruvananthapuram
Leadership Quality and Quick decision making and also well disciplined and time keeping is one of the special outstanding of Indian Army.... So the energy level and ability to handle multiple tasks. Good communication and interpersonal skills. and also giving Graduation
There is no Cons In working in Indian Army