JOIN PAKISTAN ARMY AS CAPTAIN THROUGH SHORT SERVICE COMMISSION ENTRY NOV 2020
|CATEGORY OF SELECTION||Army Education Corps|
|QUALIFICATION||MA / MSc in following disciplines:-
● Political Sciences
● Islamic Studies / Arabic
● Geography / GIS
|AGE||28 Years as on 01 Nov 2020|
|MARITAL STATUS||Married / Unmarried|
BOND. Finally selected candidates will be required to sign a bond to serve the Army for a minimum period of 7 years. The applicability of bond will commence on successful completion of basic military training at PMA Kakul.
Note: Application forms and Online registrations will not be entertained after the due date.
About Pakistan Army
Pakistan Army is the major land combat division of the Pakistan Armed Forces. The origins of its current being hint back to the British Indian Army that ended to exist following the partition of British India, ensuing in the legislative act that recognized the independence of Pakistan from the United Kingdom on 14 August 1947.
According to the assessment delivered by the International Institute for Strategic Studies in 2017, the Pakistan Army had about 650,000 active duty workforces, reinforced by the Army Reserve and National Guard, efficiently creating it the 6th biggest army in the world. People can recruit for voluntary military provision upon reaching 16 years of age and cannot be deployed for warfare until age 18 in accord with the Constitution of Pakistan.
Pakistan Army key objective and the constitutional task is to guarantee the national safety and nationwide unity of Pakistan by defending it against exterior hostility or the risk of war. It can also be demanded by the Federal government to reply to interior intimidations by upholding harmony and safety within its land. During proceedings of national and international disasters and crises, it conducts philanthropic rescue actions at home. It is a lively affiliate in mediation missions authorized by the United Nations (UN), most remarkably playing a leading role in saving surrounded American militaries demanding for a rapid response force (QRF) during Operation Gothic Serpent in Somalia.
The Pakistan Army has a disciplined system but, is operationally and purely alienated into command zones, with the elementary field of being the force. The Constitution of Pakistan orders the role of the President of Pakistan as the civilian Commander in Chief of the Pakistani military. Moreover, the existing Chief of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army is General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who was chosen for the position on 29 November 2016.