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Defence Services offer dignified, prestigious, and lucrative career opportunities in India. As a part of the Indian defence services. One can serve in the Army, Air Force or Navy, on combat duty, on administrative assignments. The nature of responsibilities varies with the diverse range of activities in the defence services. Defence Exams or Jobs are Announced by the Government of India through public notifications and open to all the citizens of India if they match the eligibility criteria.

List of Defence Exams:
Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT)
Combined Defence Service Examination
I.A.F. Airman Education Instructors Trade Examination
I.A.F. Airman Non Technical Trade Examination
I.A.F. Airman Technical Trade Examination
Indian Army Soldier Clerks Examination
Indian Army Soldier General Duty (N.E.R.) Examination
Indian Army Soldier Nursing Assistants (M.E.R.) Examination
Indian Army Soldier Technical (M.E.R.) Examination
Indian Navy Artificer Apprentices Examination
Indian Navy DockYard Apprentices Examination
Indian Navy Sailors Matric Entry Recruitment Examination
National Defence Academy Examination

The Exam of National Defence Academy and Naval Academy (NDA & NA) is conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) twice every year.
Students who has completed the 12th standard or studying in the 12th standard are eligible to apply for this exam, when they fulfil the complete eligibility criteria.
There are 2 stages of NDA Exam : an offline test and SSB Interview.
After successfully passing these phases, candidates join the National Defence Academy at Khadakwasla, near Pune, where they undergo a 3-year course. On completion of this course, they are awarded a bachelor’s degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University
After completion of this course, cadets of the army proceed to Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, cadets of the Air Force proceed to Indian Air Force Academy, Hyderabad and cadets of the navy proceed to the Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala., where they undergo a one-year training, before being inducted into the concerned services as officers.

Combined Defence Services (CDS) exam is also conducted by UPSC twice every year.
Graduates or the candidates in the final year of graduation can apply for the CDS exam, provided they fulfill the requisite eligibility details, as specified in the official notification.
Women candidates can apply for OTA only.
Through the CDS exam, aspirants can join the Indian Armed Forces either on Permanent Commission (IMA, INA, and IAFA) or Short Service Commission (OTA).
The CDS exam is also conducted in 2 phases: Written exam and SSB Interview.
After clearing all the rounds of the CDS exam, the candidates join one of the following academies, as allotted to them:

(a) Indian Military Academy, Dehradun
(b) Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala
(c) Indian Air Force Academy, Hyderabad
(d) Officer’s Training Academy, Chennai
The candidates undergo training at their respective academies for a 1-year duration before being commissioned into the service.

AFCAT or the Air Force Common Admission Test is conducted by the Indian Air Force twice every year.
AFCAT exam is conducted for recruitment in
(a) Flying Branch
(b) Ground Duty (Technical) Branch
(c) Ground Duty (Non-Technical) Branch
Candidates who possess a graduation degree can apply for the AFCAT exam, provided they meet the complete eligibility requirements.
Candidates applying for Ground Duty (Technical) Branch need to clear both written test and Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT).

Indian Coast Guard, an armed force of the union is responsible for the defense of the territorial waters of India.
The exam of Indian Coast Guard Assistant Commandant (which is a Group ‘A’ Gazetted Officer post) is conducted for officer-level entry to the organization and the graduates who meet the requisite eligibility requirements can apply for this exam. The exam comprises of 2 stages: a written test followed by an Interview.

Indian Air Force conducts the exam for the recruitment of Airmen in Group X & Y. These exams are conducted for the 10+2 level and candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria specified in the notification can apply for it.
The Group X and Y Airmen of the Air Force can also rise to the post of commissioned officers, provided they qualify the prescribed examination. These were the major Defence Exam conducted in India, which provide a gateway to numerous aspirants of the country to join the Armed Forces and serve the nation!

CAPF or the Central Armed Police Force Exam is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission.
The UPSC CAPF Assistant Commandant exam is conducted for recruitment to the following paramilitary forces:
(a) Border Security Force (BSF)
(b) Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
(c) Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
(d) Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP)
(d) Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB)
Candidates who possess a graduation degree and fulfill the eligibility criteria, as mentioned in the official notification, can apply for this exam.
Candidates need to qualify the following stages in order to get shortlisted for one of the services of the CAPF exam:

(a) Written Test (Paper I & II)
(b) Physical Efficiency/ Medical Fitness Test
(c) Personal Interview

There are 3 ways to get inducted into Police Force. The 1st one is through UPSC for IPS Cadre. Then, the 2nd one is through State PSC for direct recruitment to state cadre Police Service like Dy SP or ACP. The last one or 3 rd way is direct recruitment to the Post of Police Sub Inspector. This is by and large in all States, is done through State Public Service Commission exams held periodically.
In India each state follows a different process for recruitment for the police. Generally, it would be an entrance test, physical, medical followed by interview (this may again change depending on the state you are in)

The Delhi Police (DP) is a law enforcement agency for the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). Delhi Police comes under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India not the Government of Delhi. The headquarters are located at Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi. The Training College of Delhi Police is located in the village of Jharoda Kalan and Wazirabad, Delhi.
The hierarchy in DP is as follows.

Commissioner of Police (CP)
Special Commissioner of Police (Special CP)
Joint Commissioner of Police (Joint CP)
Additional Commissioner of Police (Additional CP)
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) {Selection Grade}
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP)
Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Additional DCP)
Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP)

Senior Inspector of Police
Inspector of Police
Sub-Inspector of Police
Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police
Head Constable

The Delhi Police undertakes the following activities:
Investigating crimes
Controlling criminal activities
Protection of citizens
Control traffic problem
Delhi Police is considered to be having the most advanced administrative system in India. It believes in the principle of 'Citizen First'. Traffic control is very important in order to avoid accidents and Delhi police has taken several measures to control the traffic.

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