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No Compulsory Military Service for Youths In India

India, being a democracy, its constitution has not provided for compulsory military training. In a democracy, anything “compulsory” is seen as being against the democratic principles of “freedom to choose”. - Srinath Sridharan

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Raksha Rajya Mantri Shri Ajay Bhatt in a written reply to Shri Arun Kumar Sagar and others in Lok Sabha today mentioned that there is no scheme for compulsory military training in India at the moment.

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The Government has not formulated any scheme for the mandatory service of youth in the Armed Forces. There is no role of the Sainik Schools in the implementation of the Agnipath scheme.

Also Read: Top 15 Countries with Mandatory Military Service

The Government has approved the setting up of 100 new Sainik Schools in partnership mode with NGOs/ Private Schools/ State Governments.

This scheme is available to the Schools of all the States/ UTs including the States of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, subject to the applicant schools satisfying the eligibility criteria and subsequent signing of Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the NGOs/ Private/ State Government Schools by the Sainik Schools Society.

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The recruitment rallies are held by the Armed Forces with an aim to cover all the districts, inter-alia, including the tribal areas of the country.

Also Read: How to Join Indian Military Academy Dehradun in 2022

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