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Online booths for AR recruitment

The Assam Rifles has set up online registration booths at Dimapur, Medziphema and Jalukie for the recruitment rally slated from November 5 to 10 in Kohima.

The booths have been set up to facilitate registration of local youths for the recruitment rally at the Indira Gandhi Stadium.
At the booths, information will also be provided for recruitment rallies scheduled at Shillong from December 3 to 5 and Tamulpur, Assam from October 15 to 24.

The facility has been created in confirmation to the new recruitment rules promulgated by the Army. The availability of the booth would enable youth from remote villages of Dimapur, Kohima, Peren districts to register themselves for the forthcoming recruitment rally.

Subsequently, from first week of October, rigorous pre-recruitment training would be imparted to the registered candidates to facilitate their recruitment at the Kohima Rally, at Dimapur, Medziphema and Jalukie.

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