Pma Long Course

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THROUGH 132 PMA LONG COURSE
1.

ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS
a.

Age as on 01 Nov 2013
Education
(1)
(2)

(3)

(4)

Age
or -

Intermediate
Equivalent

17-22 Years

Gender.

c.

Marital Status.

for three

and lower age limit
17-23 Years

Graduates with 4
years
graduation programme (BS /
BA (Hon) / BBA /
BPA)

b.

Relaxable

months both in upper

Graduates (2 years
graduation)
and Serving PN / PAF
Personnel

Serving
Soldiers

Age Relaxation

Army

17-24 Years
-

-

17-25 Years

-

Male.
Unmarried (Married serving personnel of the Armed Forces over

20 years of age are eligible).
d.

Nationality.

Citizens of Pakistan and domicile holders of Azad Kashmir / Gilgit-

Baltistan. Upon final selection candidates with dual nationality will have to surrender nationalities other than Pakistani.
e.

Physical Standards
(1)

Minimum Height

(2)

-

5’- 4“ (162.5 cm)

Visual Standard
(a)

Distance Vision

-

With glasses 6/9, 6/12

(b)

Near Vision

-

J2, J7 or N8, N12 with
or without glasses.

(3)
f.

Weight

-

As per the Body Mass Index

Education
(1)

Marks - FA / FSc
(a)

Minimum 60 % marks in FA/FSc and equivalent.

(b)

Candidates who secure 60% mks or above in BA / BSc, BA / BSc (Hons) and BBA / BPA, with 50% mks in FA / FSc are eligible for PMA Long Course.

(2)

Relaxation of Marks - FA / FSc. 55 % marks for the

candidates from

specified areas with domicile. Areas including Balochistan, FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan, District Neelum Azad Jammu Kashmir, District Kohistan, Chitral, Dir, Tehsil Bala Kot (Kaghan, Naran) of District Mansehra in KPK, Tharparker and Tehsil Umer Kot in Sind, District Rajanpur, Area of Cholistan Desert, Drawar Fort, Salamsar, Mojgarh and Dingarh of Punjab, who have been actually studying in same areas.

(3)

Serving Army Soldiers. 50 % marks in FA/FSc and equivalent.

(4)

Hope Certificate.

Candidates who have passed Part-I of Intermediate

Examination with minimum 60% marks and appeared / are appearing in Part-II/Final Examination can also apply on “Hope Certificate” by the Head of the institutions.
(5)

Verification of Marks Sheet / Certificate.

Candidates not issued with

certificates or in possession of duplicate/revised mark sheets/certificates of Matric / Intermediate / BA / BSc MUST get a Verification Certificate signed by Secretary/Controller Examination of concerned Board/University. (6)

‘A’ level candidates applying in Pakistan with aggregate 60% marks are eligible without seeking equivalence certificate as calculated by IBCC. However, all candidates who have passed ‘A’ level and equivalent examination from abroad are required to submit equivalence certificate issued by IBCC.

2.

Ineligibility Conditions
a.

A candidate is ineligible if he is twice rejected by ISSB/GHQ/NHQ/AHQ Selection Board or once rejected by ISSB and once rejected by GHQ/NHQ/AHQ Selection Board.

b.

Permanently declared UNFIT by Appeal Medical Board.

c.

Declared UNFIT by any Armed Forces Hospital except those cleared by their Appeal Medical Board.

d.

Declared medically UNFIT due to Hepatitis B & C (can not request for Appeal Medical Board).

e.

Dismissed/Removed/Debarred from Govt Services including Armed Forces.

f.

Withdrawn from any Academy/Training institution of Armed Forces on any ground.

g.

Withdrawn from any bonded Armed Forces College/institutions on disciplinary ground.

h.
3.

Convicted by a Court of Law for an offence involving moral turpitude.

Registration and Preliminary Selection Procedure.

Candidates can either register

through Internet or by visiting Army Selection and Recruitment Centres (AS&RCs). Following procedure will be adopted:a.

Registration Through Internet.

A candidate can register on website

www.joinpakarmy.gov.pk . Date and time...
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