Many people know a lot about the Bangladesh Army. But most people are unaware again. Similarly, this report highlights some unknown information about the Bangladesh Army. At a glance, that information is 6 for you.
First of all, how many types of divisions (corps) are there in the army? 1. The names of the divisions or corps of the army are given very briefly and simply below. Armored - tanks or armored forces, b. Artillery - artillery or artillery, c. Signals- They establish and maintain communication through wireless, telephone, radar etc., d. Engineers - They are capable of doing ground work in addition to all engineering work, e. Infantry.
F. Army Service Corps - They provide fresh and dry rations to the army, vehicles, fuel, etc. AMC (Army Medical Corps) - ensures medical services for Army members and their families. Ordnance - Provides various equipment, clothing, daily use items for use in war and peacetime. .EME (Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Core) - manufactures a variety of instruments and maintains various other instruments and parts, including cars. Military police- They are engaged in policing, traffic control etc. inside the cantonment.AEC (Army Education Corps) - Teaching in various schools and institutions of the Army, there are also Army Corps Dental Corps, Remand Veterinary and Farm Corps, Clerical Corps, etc. 2. What are the titles of the army?
There are basically three categories in the army. A. Officer, b. Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO), c. Non Commissioned Officer (NCO) and other designations
3. What are the qualifications required to join as a soldier and what are the tests required? One can join the army as a soldier through the recruitment process by passing SSC. This type of recruitment is often seen in different stadiums. Those who have passed the written, oral and medical examinations within a day are invited to join the post. They can only get a job as a soldier if they successfully complete six months of training. Their training is done in different places depending on the core, arms or service.
4. How far can you get promotion if you are admitted as a soldier? What are the steps ??If a soldier serves successfully, he can be an honorary captain The steps are: a. Soldier, b. Lance Corporal, c. Corporal, d. Sergeant, e. Warrant Officer, f. Senior Warrant Officer, g. Master Warrant Officer, h. Honorary Lieutenant, j. Honorary Captain, 5. Who are NCO and JCO? NCOs are non-commissioned officers and JCOs or junior commissioned officers, where they are promoted step by step from among the soldiers. The above para corporal and sergeant ranks are two NCOs and the next posts of warrant officer are considered as JCO. Note that JCOs are second class government employees. In addition, if a soldier is able to show extraordinary skill, he is also given GL commission as an officer subject to fulfilling certain qualifications