Anand Mahindra may prefer to recruit Youths who have served in Indian army for 3 years

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Anand Mahindra, the Chairman of Mahindra group had recently offered job to Rickshawala after watching his innovation. Now, in the latest development, the proposal to open up the Army to young professionals has now been welcomed by Anand Mahindra.

The ‘Tour of Duty’ scheme for the Army is meant to permit civilians, including young working professionals, to join the force for three years as officers and in other ranks in areas like logistics and front-line formations.

In a letter to the Army, Mr Mahindra said: “I definitely think military training will be an added advantage for Tour of Duty Graduates as they enter the workplace. In fact, considering the rigid standards of selection and training in the Indian Army, the Mahindra Group will be happy to consider their candidature,” he added.

The Army is also planning to recruit personnel from the paramilitary and central armed police forces for up to seven years, following which they would be permitted to return to their parent organisations, military sources have said.

The game-changing proposal to permit civilians to work for as many as three years in the Army is being examined by the top commanders. In case if it is approved, it will be a voluntary engagement.

“Initially, 100 officers and 1,000 men are being considered for recruitment,” Army spokesperson Colonel Aman Anand added.