Indian Army TGC Interview Process- Candidates appearing at Indian Military Academy, Dehradun have to go through two stages.Candidates selected at the center at stage-I have to appear for Service Selection Board (SSB) interview. It is a five-day task and the expenses will be given by the Army itself. The candidates who will clear SSB will be called for the Medical Examination. Call Up letter for SSB interview will be issued by respective Selection Centers through candidate’s registered e-mail id and through SMS only. Candidates will not be interviewed locally. Only shortlisted candidates can attend SSB interview at selection centers in Allahabad (UP), Bhopal (MP), Bangalore (Karnataka) and Kapurthala (Punjab) which wil be held by Psychologists, Group testing officer and interviewing officer.
Indian Army TGC Interview Process
Candidates have to go through 5 days selection process. The selection process will contain two stages. Both the stages will have different rounds defined within themselves. Only the candidates clearing Stage-I will be eligible to appear for Stage-II. Rounds in both the stages are explained below.
Stage-I: Screening test (Intelligent test)
Stage-II: Only the candidates who will clear stage-I will be eligible to stay and appear for further rounds.
- Psychological Test
- GTO Test
- Interview Test
Passing of stage-I test is a combination of your intelligence rating, individual story content, method at narration, command over language and overall performance in discussion and complete task. Once the results are announced, relevance of your stage-I performance in no longer there except your intelligence rating which still affects your overall results during the stage-II.
After clearing Stage-I candidates will have to appear for various round in stage-II. One of the test in Stage-II is Interview. In Interview round, candidates will be interview personally in which candidates have to stay calm and confident while talking with the interviewing officer.
The interviewing officer discusses by way of questions and answers the opportunities you had in your life and the positive or otherwise benefit you have derived from them. It is a test of your heart. The interviewing officer is fairly senior and experienced in the armed forces. While he interacts with you he discerns whether you have the qualities required to be an army officer. What you have done till date with regard to your academics, competitive exams, your achievements in extra curricular activities, your interests in life, sports you play, your feelings for your parents, friends, teachers and society at large, your general knowledge and awareness and your physical and mental fortitude are all important facets of his assessment.
The interviewing officer understands and gives you more than adequate benefit for shortcomings or mistakes which you may have committed, thus, do not try and hide anything. The tendency of lying or making false pretenses is negatively viewed and is easily discernible.