Thursday, January 20, 2022

Punjab govt offers golden chance to girls interested in becoming officers in armed forces

The Punjab Government is providing a golden opportunity to girls of Punjab aspiring for career in the armed forces at the Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls Mohali.

The Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls Mohali has invited applications from the aspirants for admission in the seventh batch commencing July 2021.

Disclosing this here today official spokesperson of the Punjab Government said that MBAFPI is a fully residential institute, spread out on a sprawling 9 acres. Institute provides General Awareness, Communication Skills, Personality Development Confidence Building, NCC Training, physical fitness training and indoor & outdoor sports activities. The students would be given training for SSB by professionals and entrance exams to the Armed Forces.

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The Spokesperson further said that this training includes 3 years Graduation Degree from MCM DAV College Chandigarh. The basic eligibility for the applicants include Punjab Domicile currently pursuing 10+2 in any stream and from any board and completing (10+2) in March / April 2021, should be 16 years or more on 01 July 2021.

The interested candidates can apply online by clicking on link entrance exam Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls at: http:// recruitment-portal.in or http:// mbafpigirls.in Link will be operational from 04 March, 2021 on 28 April, 2021.

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For any other information or query the candidates can contact at 0172-2233105, Email to maibhagoafpi@yahoo.in or visit www.mbafpigirls.in website or CDAC website: http://recruitment-portal.in.

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The spokesperson further clarified that MBAFPI  has no tie up with any entrance exam training institute anywhere.

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