Territorial Army Medical Exam Procedure 2021

Territorial Army Medical Exam Procedure 2021


Territorial Army Medical Test: As we all know that Indian Army has published the Territorial Army Notification 2021. Candidates who wish to join the Indian Army can find the details of the same in this post. In this article, we have discussed the Territorial Army Medical Exam Procedure post the SSB Interview.  

Application Start Date: 20th July 2021
Last Day to Apply: 19th August 2021
Date of Examination: 20th Sep 2021

Territorial Army Examination Pattern

PaperSubjectTime AllotedNumber of QuestionsMarks
IPart 1- Reasoning2 Hrs5050
Part 2- Elementary Mathematics5050
IIPart 1- General Knowledge2 Hrs5050
Part 2- English5050

Time: Time for each session is  2 Hours which will be conducted in 2 sessions. 

Type Of Exam: Examination will be conducted in Paper Pen (OMR) mode

Qualifying Marks: Minimum 40% marks in each part of the paper separately and overall average of 50%.

Territorial Army Medical Exam Procedure of the Recommended Candidates at Selection Centers

Successful candidates will further undergo tests at a Service Selection Board (SSB) and Medical Board for final selection. Territorial Army Medical Examination Procedure of the Recommended Candidates at Selection Centers.


Recommended candidates appear before the medical board for carrying out their medical board after the SSB results. It takes 4 to 5 days time for the concerned Military Hospital to complete the medical board and after that the candidates are dispersed. President of the medical board will guide the candidates for Appeal/Review Medical Board procedures. Candidates may seek the advice of President Special Medical Board for review/appeal in case they have been declared unfit.

Procedure of Appeal Medical Board

The Appear Medical Board will be held at one of the following hospitals:-

(a) Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt.
(b) Command Hospital, Southern Command, Pune.
(c) Command Hospital, Eastern Command, Kolkata.
(d) Command Hospital, Central Command, Lucknow.
(e) Command Hospital, Western Command, Chandimandir.
(f) Command Hospital, Air Force, Bangalore.
(g) Command Hospital, Northern Command, C/o 56 APO.
(h) INHS, Ashvini, Mumbai.

The candidates will report for medical examination within the stipulated period i.e., 42 days from the date last examined by the Special Medical Board for re-examination along with the receipted copy of the MRO/TR as directed by the President Medical Board. The Endeavour will be to complete the Medical Board in one day.

Review Medical Board

In case of candidate being declared unfit by the Appeal Medical Board, he/she may challenge the proceedings and may be granted review of medical proceedings based on the merit of the case. Any candidate desiring for a review should address the request to Recruiting Directorate (Personnel & Coord), Army Headquarters, West Block III, RK Puram, New Delhi with a copy to the President of Appeal Medical Board within one day of the holding of Appeal Medical Board. The application for RMB are routed through DG AFMS. The decision for grant of RMB is with DG AFMS, and is not a matter of right. RMBs are conducted at R&R Hospital Delhi Cantt and AFMC, Pune.

Stay During the Medical Examination

The recommended candidates after the declaration of SSB results will stay in the Selection Centres in the lines earmarked for the recommended candidates for their medical examination by the Military Hospital. The candidates will be allotted fresh medical chest numbers for the purpose.

Candidates who go for Appeal Medical Board or have to get their medical examination done at a later date due to some unavoidable reasons will do so under their own arrangements.

Discipline During Medical Examination

It is of utmost importance that recommended candidates maintain proper discipline during their stay in Selection Centres during their conduct of medical examination. The candidates are required to put on their medical Chest Number (with Red Cross) whenever they are present in the campus of Selection Centres.

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