Saturday, 3 August 2013


10+2 TES an entry which give you an option to become a class-1 gazetted officer in the Technical branch of Indian Army. Once a candidate get recommended , he has to undergo 1 one year of basic training in OTA Gaya and then 4 years of B.Tech on the complete expenses by Indian army. This is a very attractive job and hence attract lots and lots of 10+2 pass PCM students.

Indian army has updated the list of qualified candidates for the TES-30 course(course commencing in jan 2014). The cut- off for TES- 30 course was 82 %. so out of all the eligible candidates 14595 have been shortlisted.( click to see the list qualified cadidates)
To check wheather you have qualified for 10+2 TES or not and to check your SSB centre  CLICK HERE.




  1. I'm recommended from allb for Tes-30..what is the procedure for merit...and what is the weightage of +2 marks....I've got 88% in +2 PCM.will there be any loss for my merit..

  2. Fist of all all heartiest congratulations to you Aman Sharma for your success, however gentleman their is never a offical relaese by indain army on the method of prepairing their merit, hence it is tough to tell you the exact method, however as told by some senior ex servicemen, more weightage is given to ssb marks( approx 80%), and you have a good percentage too, so you can only wait for any update from indian amry's side and then hope for the best to happen.. :)

  3. sir, i am recommended in tes-30 from bhopal in indian army..........but nervous about the merit list that whether all recommended candidates got selected in merit?? and when the merit list will be declared??.....please tell me ..

  4. Their is still some tome left for the merit list to be declared for army tes 30 course. And not all candidates are avbe to make place into the merit however one should be hopeful and optimistic, you have done your work, just stay calm and hope for the best to happen. Our best wishes to you.

  5. I am from jaipur and have been recommended from tes32 army bhopal in first attempt. Can someone tell me about the merit system, i.e how many are generally recommended and how of them make it to the merit. And do they extend the merit to absorb all recommended etc