GUWAHATI: In the recently conducted Recruitment Rally at Tezpur, a total of 52 youth from Tinsukia district of Assam who was trained by the Indian Army troops in Chapakowa have successfully passed all selection tests. This success is a direct outcome of seamless civil-military cooperation which was displayed through a well-coordinated, thoroughly planned and executed training of the aspirants. Indian Army’s tireless efforts in the selection of such large numbers have not only given a major boost to the employment of youth but also highlight the weaning support to the insurgency in the area. The Army in the past two years has been training the youths and has been instrumental in the recruitment of 148 locals boys. These youths have ever since been a matter of pride for the locals and have been a major force behind the development in the area. Presently a training of 180 local boys is under progress for the upcoming Recruitment Rally at Jairampur from March 3 to 7.
The selected aspirants, their proud parents, and the civilian administration appreciated the consistent efforts and support of the Indian Army in enabling the youth and guiding them in achieving their dreams, stated a press release.
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