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- 5.026 Mar 2022Assistant ManagerFormer Employee
Disciplined Life, Job Security, Retirement Benefits, Fit and Fine forever, Unmatched Reputation and Goof Salary Packages
Risk of life in Field Areas.
- 5.02 Nov 2012Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsNew Delhi
lucky to have rare experience of serving at siachin glacier ( 20,000 ft and above ), counter insurgency operations in punjab, j & k and north east.
no due compensation for tough and high risk living, slow promotional aspects , retirement at young age comparing with counterparts in civil services
- 3.027 Sept 2015Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
A very good exposure for leadership to lead disciplined army,good salary,settled life,service benefits looks after retirement,lot of excitement to travel whole India.Retirement at early stage..
Separation from family members and frequent transfers spoil children education.
- 5.026 Jul 2012Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsNew Delhi
Quality of life, Adventure, Love and affection of comrades, Chance to serve nation in best possible way, Good health, post retirement benefits, Glamour of uniform .
Tough life , separation from family, early retirement , Loss of link from native place due to prolonged absence from home town, no perceptible recognition of sacrifice by civil society or administration.1
- 4.029 Jun 2022ColonelFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsNew Delhi
It is a way of life. It is a brotherhood of arms. Once you are accepted in the brotherhood you are forever a soldier and a gentleman. It provides you a very rich life of adventures & experiences. As they say that you are a sum of the people you meet, places you go and books you read and even the food you eat, it can't get any better than the Indian Armed Forces. The respect, glory, glamour and elan of wearing the uniform are unmatched. The physical nature of your job and living in neat clean cantonments far away from the maddening crowds is also a big plus. It's a life well lived.
Well every rose has thorns. The downside is the early retirement. You retire earlier compared to your peers. The career enhancement prospects are very bleak. You get overlooked very early in life. Thereafter its a drudgery to continue inside. The transition to the outside world is a great challenge.
- 5.025 Sept 2023SuperintendentFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsDelhi Cantonment
World best organisation and having good working environment
Retirement age is maximum 54 years of age.
- 5.09 Aug 2020O6 - Army - ColonelCurrent EmployeeNew Delhi
outstanding inclusive experience and disciplined life
Highly experienced human resource goes waste post retirement