TEJAS in detail

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The Tejas, or ‘radiance’, India’s Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) is an indigenous fighter aircraft jointly developed by Aeronautical Development Agency and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited along with DRDO, CSIR, BEL, DGAQA, IAF & IN to meet diverse needs of the Indian Air Force (IAF) and Indian Navy (IN).

It is the smallest lightweight, multi-role, single-engine tactical SUPERSONIC fighter aircraft of its class in the world and is being developed in single-seat fighter and twin seat trainer variants for the Indian Air Force and Indian Navy.
Image Courtesy: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com

Dimensions: Diameter 890 mm, Length 3.9 m
Weights: Max Weight 1,035 kg (2,282 lb)
Engines Performance: Thrust 9,163 kg (20,200 lb)

Tejas incorporates a highly reliable quadruplex digital fly-by- wire Flight Control System for the ease handling of pilot.The new generation glass cockpit comprises Multi Function Displays (MFD), Head Up Display (HUD) and Stand by Instrumentation System driven by Open Architecture Mission and Display Computer.

This provides effective Human Machine Interface (HMI). The advanced utility and health management system provides system health and warnings to the pilot through an Open Architecture Computer (OAC).

Major Mechanical System includes Microprocessor Controlled Brake Management System, Environment Control System, Fuel System, Nose Wheel Steering System,

Landing Gear System, Hydraulic System, Secondary Power System, Life Support System and Escape System.

Major LRUs developed by ADA are Aircraft Mounted Accessories Gear Box, Filters, Up Locks, QDCs, NRV’s, Depressurisation Cock, Gamble joints, Ten different types of Heat Exchanges. All LRUs have been product ionised to facilitate Equipping of Series Production.

Tejas is equipped with modern Israeli multi-mode radar, state of the art Derby air to air missiles and targeting pods to hit ground targets. The LCA will replace the ageing fleet of MiG-21 planes.

Online Application for Assistant Commandant in Indian Coast Guard – 01/2017 Batch

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Indian Coast Guard Notification 2/2016 – Assistant Commandant 
Indian Coast Guard invites application for the post of Assistant Commandant for 01/2017 Batch. Unmarried Indian male and female citizens are eligible to apply.

Eligibility criteria
Educational Qualification:

For General Duty & General Duty (Pilots): Candidates Should hold a Bachelor’s degree of recognised university with minimum 60% marks in aggregate and Mathematics and Physics as subject up to intermediate or class XII of 10+2+3 scheme of education with 60% aggregate marks in Maths & Physics [Candidates not in possession of Physics & Maths in 10 + 2 (Intermediate) level are not eligible for General Duty (GD) & General Duty Pilot].

For Technical branch (Mechanical and Electrical): Engineering degree with 60% marks in aggregate or Should have passed Sections A and B examination from the Institution of Engineers (India) in Naval architecture or Mechanical or Marine or Automotive or Mechatronics or Industrial and Production or Metallurgy or Design or Aeronautical or Aerospace or Electrical or Electronics or Telecommunication or Instrumentation or Instrumentation and Control or Electronics and Communication or Power Engg. Or Power Electronics.

For (Commercial Pilot License-SSA): 12th class pass with 60% marks in aggregate and should possess current / valid Commercial Pilot License (CPL) approved by DGCA on the date of Preliminary Selection.

For General Duty (Women): Should hold a Bachelor’s degree of recognised university with minimum 60% marks in aggregate. Mathematics and Physics as subjects up to intermediate or class XII of 10+2+3 scheme of education with 60% aggregate marks of both subjects.
Nationality: Indian citizens (male & female)

Age Limit:
For General Duty: 01 Jul 1992 to 30 Jun 1996 (both dates inclusive).
For General Duty Pilot: 01 Jul 1992 to 30 Jun 1998 (both dates inclusive).
For Technical branch (Mechanical and Electrical): 01 Jul 1992 to 30 Jun 1996 (both dates inclusive).
For Pilots (CPL): 01 Jul 1992 to 30 Jun 1998 (both dates inclusive).
For General Duty (Women): 01 Jul 1992 to 30 Jun 1996 (both dates inclusive).
Note: The upper age limit for OBC/SC/ST is relaxable as per Govt. of India rules in vogue.

How to apply: Interested candidates may apply Online through the website www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in from 23.05.2016 to 01.06.2016 till 5 pm.

Important Dates to Remember:
Starting Date for Submission of Online Application : 23.05.2016
Last Date for Submission Of Online Application : 01.06.2016

Necessary things to have before applying,
Certificate number of 10 + 2 and Graduation degree.
Marks of Physics and Mathematics of 10 + 2
Yearly total marks of Graduation. i.e. 1st year, 2nd Year, 3rd Year,4rth year(optional)
Link:  http://www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in/PDF/Advertisement/ASST%20COMDT_117.pdf

Apply Online: http://www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in/Default.aspx

To Reprint Admit Card: Candidates can take print out of their Admit Card with allotment from the link http://www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in/Reprint.aspx

All the best Friends!!!
Dhanapradha Ganesan 

Shatrujeet - Shows our the army is ready to counter Chemical, Biological, Radio-logical and Nuclear (CBRN) warfare

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Our Army’s Shatrujeet exercise shows the army is ready to counter Chemical, Biological, Radio-logical and Nuclear (CBRN) warfare.  The exercises were taken place at deserts of Rajasthan.  Around 30000 soldiers took part in this exercise.  They were from elite Mathura based string corp.

The following are few images from the drills,  Image courtesy: Twitter/ Ministry of Defense

Our Soldiers rushing their tanks  inspite of 50 degree celcius

Para dropping to go behind the enemy lines

Landing of a para trooper

Fire display of a Indian Tank

A Platoon crossing  a river

Soldiers firing a shoulder rocket launcher

Para Trooper jumping out from Helicopter

Making Bridge ASAP across the river 

Fire power display at night

Military planning exercises

Tanks crossing through river 


Exercises to do before joining the Army for Women Aspirants

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In Army, every year huge amount of people have been rejected for not passing the mere category of physical fitness. Many are refused for theirs height-weight imbalances.  Workouts are the essential routine to get fit. If you are planning to join in Army you need to be fit for sure. Although, women gains weight more easily than men there are some ways to reverse it. Below are the some handy workouts for women.

The following workuts are for fast fat loss and also improve the lean muscle which gives makes you feel more energetic and strength.

Running is the easiest exercise to put down the kilojoules of weight from the body. It will improve cardiovascular fitness, building your muscles and bones more strong. You can have a morning or evening run according what suits you. This can also help you to pass the running test.

If you want to cuts the fat more soon then swimming can be best option. This sporty activity will not only reduce weight but also keeps your heart rate in sync. It also checks on the cardiovascular fitness. It tones your entire body and builds strength.

Cycling is the smoothest way to workout. Giving hours in cycling daily can make the weight go low. Indeed, it gives your joint more mobility and muscles more flexibility.

Push ups
Pushups contribute in making the muscles strong. It also enhances the cardiovascular system of your body. It will improve your postures.

Crunches basically work on your abs. They help in trimming your abs and strengthening them.  Side crunches will allow you to reduce the waist fat from your body. Doing regular sets of side-crunches will help to lose the extra inches from your waistline.

Squats are more functional workouts in real life. This workout will tone your backside, abs and entire body. If you are exhausted by the fat around your thighs and butt then you must try on squats. If you start doing couple of sets of squats on daily basics, then it will improve on mobility and body weight.

Pull Ups
Pull ups are the convenient workout which can be done almost anywhere and anytime. They make the grip more effective. It builds the muscle strength. It can also end up in fat loss if you do it correctly. You will find this exercise to be effective in your tests.

Jumping Jacks
Jumping jacks is effective workout for fat loss. It improves the strength and the endurance. It improves the metabolism of the body therefore cutting down the calories.

Sit ups
Sit ups are greatest when it comes to building the strength of your core muscles. It also helps to lose the extra pounds near your belly. It will boost in your overall fitness and health.

Dips can be helpful in many of the tests. It will improve your muscle strength. Regular practice of this will improve your flexibility of body.

“Remember nothing will work if you are not consistent, be consistent it will count”.