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PROJECT REPORT

ON
Indian Army.com

Submitted
To
RASHTRA SANT TUKDOJI MAHARAJ Nagpur
University, Nagpur
In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirement of
B.C.C.A.
Under The Guidance of:
Mrs. Fatima Ali
Miss. Deepa Gupta
Mrs. Ranu Agrawal
Submitted By:
Pooja R. Soni
Madhubala D. Padole


Nagpur
Session 2012-13









CERTIFICATE

This Is To Certify That The Project Report Submitted By Miss. Pooja R.Soni &
Madhubala D. PadoleOn Indian Army.Com In The Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirement Of
B.C.C.A. By The R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur is His original work carried out under our
supervision and guidance and has undergone the requisites hours of practical prescribed by
the university for project work.

Head of department Project Guide
Mrs. Fatima Ali
Miss. Deepa Gupta
Mrs. Ranu Agrawal

(Internal Examiner) (External Examiner)

Date:

Place:










DECLARATION


To,
The Principal,
K.D.M. College,
Wardhman Nagar,
Nagpur.

Subject: Declaration for the project.
Respected sir,
We the undersigned, hereby declare that the work entitled Indian Army.com
developed and submitted by us in our original work. The system presented herein is
developed by us independently and has not been duplicated from any other source.
We understandthat any such duplication is libel to be punished in any way the
University deem fit.

Thanking You.
Yours Sincerely
Pooja R. Soni
Madhubala D. Padole






ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We are Miss. Pooja R. Soni & Miss. Madhubala D. Padole with pleasure to take this
opportunity to thank to all those directly related towards development of Project on Indian
Army we would like to express our deep knowledge of gratitude towards our guide Smt.
Ranu Agrawal. She was helpful to us during the phases of our project presentation. Hisvalue
able guidance and encourage is not only useful for this project but also it is constant
inspiration for we in our future life.




Pooja R. Soni
Madhubala D. Padole













CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION

2. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

3. SYSTEM ANALYSIS
Identification of Need
Preliminary Investigation

4. FEASIBILITY STUDY
Technical Feasibility
Economical Feasibility
Operational Feasibility

5. SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE SPECIFICATION

6. SYSTEM DESIGN
Structure Chart

7. CODING

8. INPUT/OUTPUT REPORTS

9. TESTING
Testing Techniques
Testing Strategies

10. IMPLEMENTATION AND CHECKS

11. SYSTEM SECURITY MEASURES

12. FUTURE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT

13. BIBILOGRAPHY





















INTRODUCTION


The Indian Army doctrine defines its as, "The Indian Army is the land component of the
Indian Armed Forces which exist to uphold the ideals of the Constitution of India." As a
major component of national power, along with the Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force,
the roles of the Indian Army are as follows:* Primary: Preserve national interests and
safeguard sovereignty, territorial integrity and unity of India against any external threats by
deterrence or by waging war.* Secondary: Assist Government agencies to cope with proxy
war and other internal threats and provide aid to civil authority when requisitioned for the
purpose.
A Military Department was created in the Supreme Government of the East India Company
at Kolkata in the year 1776, having the main function to sift and record orders relating to
the Army issued by various Departments of the Govt of East India Co.With the Charter Act of
1833, the Secretariat of the Government of East India Company was reorganised into four
Departments, including a Military Department. The Army in the Presidencies of Bengal,
Bombay & Madras functioned as respective Presidency Army till April 1895, when the
Presidency Armies were unified into a single Indian Army.










































AIMS AND OBJECTIVES


The objectives of the project are constructed by verification yhe needs of users. The
main objectives of the project is to provide information to the users instantly and get readily
available, on various aspect of subject which are previously mentioned in the introduction.
So the time consuming job of preparing it manually can be reduced. Some other objectives
are listed below.
1.In the age of Internet, of keeping records and collection of books, people usually give
preference to get information through web. So the aim is to provide a user-friendly
atmosphere where collection and retrieval of information is very easy.
2. To provide the information to user in one place, at a time.
3. To inform people at large scale.
4. To provide collection of information in a single head.
5. To provide step by step representation of information this makes it easy to understand.






































SYSTEM ANALYSIS


IDENTIFICATION OF NEED

There is a need of new system because the main advantages of new system is the
availability of information of Indian Army.
The website is beneficial as the Indian Army Friends can get the required
information at one place which saves their precious time, since they doesnt have to search
through books. In case of online shopping, the new system provides a big collection of Army
books in which some of them are rarely available in local shops. So, in the aspect also this
system can fulfill the requirements of users.


PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION

In case of the subject of this project, i.Army, the existing system is the manual one.
The study of existing is necessary in order to prepare the website according to the need of
system.
In manual system, people have to go through various books for the sake of collecting
information. For this purpose, first of all they have to search for required books. In this case,
the searching process is time consuming, more over the every time the required book is not
available anywhere.







































FESIBILITY STUDY


To find the suitability of this project following study has been constructed in different terms
as follows:

TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY
Technical feasibility concentrates on the technical aspect of the project. This has been
conducted regarding the requirement of different hardware & software. This project is
technically feasible. This project does not require any special hardware and can be run
simply on Internet Explorer.

ECONOMICAL FEASIBILITY
It is carried out to find out whether the project is financially feasible to carry out. In fact, it is
done by comparing the benefits and the cost factor involved. The hardware and software
requirements of this project are less expensive and easily available. Thus the cost factor is
cheaper. Thus the investment needed to implement the project can be easily recovered
which implies the project is economically feasible.

OPERATIONAL FEASIBILITY
While making any project it is necessary to study the operational features in it provides user
friendly features so that any new user can handle it easily. Decides the platform used so user
friendly that any user can understand its operations. The easy accessing and user-friendly
techniques make this project operational feasible.








SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE SPECIFICATION

SOFTWARE REQUIRMENT

Internet Explorer 6.0
Operating System: Windows XP, Notepad.

HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

MB RAM
CACHE Memory
GB Hard Disc
Pan drive









































SYSTEM DESIGN


STRUCTURE CHART


Link.HTML


Introduction
(Introduction.HTML)

Detail
(XYZ.HTML)




























Detail
(XYZ.HTML)





Traning Centre
(Training.HTML)

Ranks
(Ranks.HTML)

Wars
(Wars.HTML)

Awards
(Awards.HTML)

Param Vir Chakra
(VIr.HTML)

Photogallary
(Image.HTML)























Eligibility
(Eligibility.HTML)




























Eligibility
About us
Gen. V.K. Singh Photos
Wars
War Operation


1.2 DATA FLOW DIGRAM





















1.3 SYSTEM FLOW DIAGRAM
Photogallary
Details
Eligibility
TrainingCentre


Centre
Introduction
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ParamChakra
Awards
War
Ranks
LINK



























Eligibility
TrainingCentre
Ranks
War
Awards
ParamVirChakra
Photogallary

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CODING OF LINK PAGE


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ARMY\New Folder\india2.jpg"><table border="0" cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2
width="50%" align="center"valign="bottom"><tr align="center"><font
face="arial"size="8"><TD><B><a href="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\introduction.html"target="_parent"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New
Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=12 height=10>&nbsp;&nbsp;<font
color="black">INTRODUCTION </font></B></a></td><td><B><a href="XYZ.HTML"
target="right"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=12
height=10>&nbsp;&nbsp;<font color="black">Detail</font</B></td></font></tr></table>
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<td><font face="monotype corsiva"size="5"color="YELLOW"><b><marquee
behaviour="alternate">SWIFT & SECURE</marquee></b></font></td>
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<tr>
<td width=900 height=300><center><br><BR>
<font size="6"color="#FF8C00"><b><p align="center">"<U>INDIAN
ARMY</U>"</b></font><br><br><center><font size="4" color="#FFFACD"P
align="justify"><BR><BR>
<p align="left"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20
height=20><FONT SIZE="5"COLOR="GOLD"><B> ABOUT ARMY:-</B></FONT><BR><BR>
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<tr bgcolor=pink>
<td colspan=2 align=center><b>INDIAN ARMY</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan=2 align=center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\images
gfg.jpeg"width=150px height=100px>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width=30%><b>
<FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="2">Founded</b>
<td width=80%><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">15-august-1947-present</b>
</tr>
</font>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Country</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">India</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Type</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Army</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Size</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">1,325,000 Active personnel <br> 2,142,821
Reserve personnel</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Part of</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Ministry of Defence<br>Indian Armed
Forces</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Headquarters</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">New Delhi, India</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Color</B>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Gold, red and black</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Chief of the<bR> Army Staff</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">General Vijay Kumar Singh</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Notable</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Field Marshal Cariappa</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Commanders</b>
<td><b><FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="3">Field Marshal Manekshaw</b>
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<FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="4"><P
ALIGN="left">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;This
article is about the post-independence Indian Army. For the army of British India, see Indian
Army (18951947).
For the pro-Japanese unit of the Second World War "Indian National Army",
see Indian National Army.</FONT><BR><BR><BR>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20 height=20><FONT
SIZE="5"COLOR="GOLD"><B> ABOUT WAR:-</B></FONT><BR><BR>
<FONT COLOR="#FFFACD" SIZE="4"><P ALIGN="JUSTIFY">In World War (1939-1945),
2.58 million Indian soldiers fought for the Allies, again after British promises of
independence.
Indian troops served in Eritrea, Abyssinia, North Africa, East Africa, Italy, Mesopotamia,
Iran, Burma and Malaya, with 87,000 Indian soldiers losing their lives in the war.
On the opposing side, an Indian National Army was formed under Japanese control, but had
little effect on the war.</FONT>
<font size="6"color="#FF8C00"><b><p align="center">Training
Centres</b></font><br><br><center><font size="4" color="#FFFACD"P
align="justify"><br>
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\Indian-army556.jpg" width=300
height=200><br><BR>
<p align="justify">
After the War, there were only two Centres left in the country one in Jabalpur and the
second in Bangalore .
On partition, the assets of the Centre at Bangalore were transferred to Pakistan .
Colonel R J Moberly OBE commanded the centre at the time of partition.
A function was held in Jabalpur to bid farewell to those comrades who had opted to go to
Pakistan .
Major P N Luthra, the senior most Indian Officer who commanded the Military Training
Regiment at the time, presented a scroll to the Pakistan Signals Corps officers at a farewell
parade.
On 1 December 1947 , Col Moberly returned to UK and Colonel Apar Singh MBE had the
honour of taking over as the first Indian Commandant of the Training Centre.
The centre is considered, traditionally, the home of all Signals personnel.
At the time of partition, the Centre consisted of a Headquarters, a Military Training
Regiment, two Technical Training Regiments, a Boys Regiment, a Depot Company and the
Signals Records.
</FONT>
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height=200><br><BR>

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CODING OF INTRODUCTION PAGE
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<title>INDIAN ARMY</title>
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<font
size="7"color="green"><b><align="left">Introduction</b></font><br><br><center><font
size="5" color="#9400D3"P align="justify">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\hgm.jpeg"width=202 height=150 border="1">
<font size="7"color="green"><b><p
align="center">MISSION:</b></font><br><br><center><font size="5" color="gold"P
align="justify">
<p align="left">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\anibul2c[1].gif">&nbsp;&nbsp;The Indian Army
doctrine defines its as, "The Indian Army is the land component of the Indian Armed Forces
which exist to uphold the ideals of the Constitution of India." As a major component of
national power, along with the Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force, the roles of the Indian
Army are as follows:

* Primary: Preserve national interests and safeguard sovereignty, territorial integrity and
unity of India against any external threats by deterrence or by waging war.

* Secondary: Assist Government agencies to cope with proxy war and other internal threats
and provide aid to civil authority when requisitioned for the purpose.<BR>
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\cdscsdf.jpeg"width=202 height=150
border="1"></center>
<font size="7"color="green"><b><p
align="center">History</b></font><br><br><center><font size="5" color="gold"P
align="justify">
<p align="left">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\anibul2c[1].gif">&nbsp;&nbsp;A Military
Department was created in the Supreme Government of the East India Company at Kolkata
in the year 1776, having the main function to sift and record orders relating to the Army
issued by various Departments of the Govt of East India Co.With the Charter Act of 1833, the
Secretariat of the Government of East India Company was reorganised into four
Departments, including a Military Department. The Army in the Presidencies of Bengal,
Bombay & Madras functioned as respective Presidency Army till April 1895, when the
Presidency Armies were unified into a single Indian Army. For administrative convenience,
it was divided into four Commands at that point of time viz. Punjab (including the North
West Frontier), Bengal, Madras (including Burma) and Bombay (including Sind, Quetta and
Aden). The British Indian Army was a critical force in the primacy of the British Empire in
both India, as well as across the world. Besides maintaining the internal security of the
British Raj, the army fought in theaters around the world - Anglo-Burmese Wars, First and
Second Anglo-Sikh Wars, First, Second and Third Anglo-Afghan Wars, Opium Wars in China,
Abyssinia, Boxer Rebellion in China. It is no coincidence that the decline of the British
Empire started with the Independence of India.<br>
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\gerge.jpeg"width=202 height=150
border="1"></center>
<font size="7"color="green"><b><p align="center">First and Second World
Wars:</b></font><br><br><center><font size="5" color="gold"P align="justify">
<p align="left">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\anibul2c[1].gif">&nbsp;&nbsp;Indian Army
personnel during Operation Crusader in Egypt, 1941. Main articles: Indian Army during
World War I and Indian Army during World War II In the 20th century, the British Indian
Army was a crucial adjunct to the British forces in both the World Wars. 1.3 million Indian
soldiers served in World War I (19141918) for the Allies after the United Kingdom made
vague promises of self-governance to the Indian National Congress for its support. Britain
reneged on its promises after the war, following which the Indian Independence movement
gained strength. 74,187 Indian troops were killed or missing in action in the war.
Indian officers given a King's commission after passing out were posted to one of the eight
units selected for Indianisation. Political pressure due to the slow pace of Indianisation, just
69 officers being commissioned between 1918 and 1932, led to the formation of the Indian
Military Academy in 1932 and greater numbers of officers of Indian origin being
commissioned.[7] In World War II (19391945), 2.58 million Indian soldiers fought for the
Allies, again after British promises of independence. Indian troops served in Eritrea,
Abyssinia, North Africa, East Africa, Italy, Mesopotamia, Iran, Burma and Malaya, with
87,000 Indian soldiers losing their lives in the war. On the opposing side, an Indian National
Army was formed under Japanese control, but had little effect on the war.<BR>
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\gngn.jpeg"width=200 hight=150
border="1"></center>
<font size="7"color="green"><b><p
align="center">Inception:</b></font><br><br><center><font size="5" color="gold"P
align="justify">
<p align="left">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\anibul2c[1].gif">&nbsp;&nbsp;Upon
independence and the subsequent Partition of India in 1947, four of the ten Gurkha
regiments were transferred to the British Army. The rest of the British Indian Army was
divided between the newly created nations of Republic of India and Islamic Republic of
Pakistan. The Punjab Boundary Force, which had been formed to help police the Punjab
during the partition period, was disbanded,and Headquarters Delhi and East Punjab
Command was formed to administer the area.<BR>
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\r.jpeg"width=200 hight=150
border="1"></center>
<font size="7"color="green"><b><p align="center">Indo-Pakistani War of
1965:</b></font><br><br><center><font size="5" color="gold"P align="justify">
<p align="left">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\anibul2c[1].gif">&nbsp;&nbsp;A second
confrontation with Pakistan took place in 1965, largely over Kashmir.
Pakistani President Ayub Khan launched Operation Gibraltar.
in August 1965 during which several Pakistani paramilitary troops infiltrated into Indian-
administered Kashmir and attempt to ignite an anti-India agitation in Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistani leaders believed that India, which was still recovering from the disastrous Sino-
Indian War, would be unable to deal with a military thrust and a Kashmiri rebellion.
However, the operation was a major failure since the Kashmiri people showed little support
for such a rebellion and India quickly moved forces to drive the infiltrators out.
Within a fortnight of the launch of the Indian counter-attack, most of the infiltrators had
retreated back to Pakistan.
Battered by the failure of Operation Gibraltar and expecting a major invasion by Indian
forces across the border.
Pakistan launched Operation Grand Slam on 1 September, invading India's Chamb-Jaurian
sector. In retaliation, the India's Army launched major offensive throughout its border with
Pakistan, with Lahore as its prime target.
Though the Indian Army's break through of the final phases of Pakistani defence was
considerably delayed due to logistical issues, the conflict was largely seen as a debacle for
the Pakistani Army.
Initially, the Indian Army met with considerable success in the northern sector. After
launching prolonged artillery barrages against Pakistan, India was able to capture three
important mountain positions in Kashmir. By 9 September, the Indian Army had made
considerable in-roads into Pakistan. India had its largest haul of Pakistani tanks when the
offensive of Pakistan's 1 Armoured Division was blunted at the Battle of Asal Uttar which
took place on 10 September near Khemkaran. Six Pakistani Armoured Regiments took part
in the battle against three Indian Armoured Regiments with inferior tanks. By the time the
battle had ended, the 4th Indian Division had captured about 97 Pakistani tanks in either
destroyed, or damaged, or in intact condition.
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CODING OF ELIGIBILITY PAGE
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<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\indiaC.gif"align="left"width="100"height="100">
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\hrgtrg.jpeg" width=250
height=300 border="2"></center>
<CENTER><caption><H3>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(GENRAL VK
SINGH)</H3></CAPTION>

<a href="GENERAL VK SINGH.html"><CENTER><img src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\images\2ABOUT_USa[1].GIF"></CENTER></a>
<center><table bordercolor ="black" border="8"width="100% callpading="8"></center>
<caption><h1><font color="purple"> ELIGIBLITY</h1></caption></font><br>
<tr align="center">
<th><font color=black>Type of Entry</th>
<th><font color=black>Age(yrs)</th>
<th><font color=black>Qualifications</th>
<th><font color=black>Mode of Selection</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Ex NDA and Ex ACC</td></b>
<td>-</td>
<td>-</td>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Direct Entry</td></b>
<td><font color=black>19-24</td>
<td><b><font color=black>Degree or equivalent</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Combined Defence Services Examination through
UPSC</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Engineering Graduates</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>20-27</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Engineering Degree in notified discipline</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Direct SSB Interview</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>10 + 2 PCM(Tech)</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>16.5-19.5</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>10+2 with 70% aggregate</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Apply directly to Recruiting Directorate</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>University Entry Scheme</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>19-25</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Final and Pre Final year BE/B Tech students</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Campus Interview SSB</font></td></b>
</tr>
</table>
</center><br><br><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\fgxbdfhd.jpeg" width=250
height=200 align=right>
<b><h1><font color="purple"> The Indian Military Academy
presently has the following entries:-</b></h1></font>
<h3>1. Cadets Ex National Defence Academy and Ex Army Cadet College.</font><br>
<h3>2. Graduate Direct Entry Scheme.<br>
<h3>3. Technical Graduate Entry Scheme for Engineering graduates.</font><br>
<h3>4. UES Entry for Final and Pre final Engineering graduates.</font><br>
<h3>5. 10+2 PCM (Tech) Entry.<br><br>
<h3><b><p><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\Red[1].gif"width=20 height=20>The
duration of training is one year except for the Direct Entry Scheme, for which it is one and a
half years. Direct Entry is to be made through a written examination conducted by the UPSC
and the final selection is by the Services Selection Board. The age limits for them is from 19
to 24 yrs at the time of entry. Ex-NDA and ex-ACC cadets join after completing a three year
degree course. The former enter NDA through UPSC examination and SSB whereas the ACC
cadets join through the ranks after qualifying an examination conducted by Army
Headquarters and facing the SSB. The technical graduates, who are engineering graduates,
do not have to take a written examination but pass through SSB.<br><br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp
;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\Red[1].gif"width=20
height=20>Candidates selected for 10+2 Technical entry scheme are inducted for one years'
Basic Military Training at IMA. This is followed by a four years' degree course in Engineering
from College of Military Engineering, Pune / Military College of Telecommunication
Engineering, Mhow / Military College of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering,
Secunderabad. The total duration of training is five years. On completion of four years of
training, commission in the rank of a Lieutenant is granted. For a degree in Engineering,
there is a need to complete the stipulated five years of training.
</h2></b></font>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\Top3122[1].gif"align="right">
<center><table bordercolor ="black" border="8"width="100% callpading="8"></center>
<caption><h1><font color="purple">Physical Standards</h1></caption></font><br>
<tr align="center">
<th><font color=black>Region </th>
<th><font color=black>States </th>
<th><font color=black>Height(in cms.)</th>
<th><font color=black>Weight(in Kgs) </th>
<th><font color=black>Chest(in cms.) </th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Western Himalayan Region </td></b>
<td><b>J&K, HP, Punjab Hills (Area South & West of the Inter state Border between HP &
Punjab and North and east of road of Mukerian, Hoshiarpur, Garhshankar, Ropar ) , Garhwal
& Kumaon regions of Uttranchal. </td>
<td><b>166 163* </td>
<td><b>48</td>
<td><b>77</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Eastern Himalayan Region </td></b>
<td><font color=black><b>Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya , Assam ,
Arunachal Pradesh , Sikkim and Hill Region of West Bengal ( Darjeeling and Kalimpong
Districts) </td>
<td><b><font color=black>160 157*</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>48 </td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>77</td></b>

</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Western Plains Region </td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh , Delhi , Rajasthan and Western UP
( Meerut and Agra Division) </td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>170</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>50</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>77</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Eastern Plains Region </td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Eastern UP, Bihar, West Bengal , Jharkhand and Orissa
</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>169</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>50</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>77</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Central Region</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Gujarat Maharashtra, Dadar,
Nagar-Haveli, Daman and Diu </td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>168</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>50</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>77</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Southern Region</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Goa And
Pondicherry </td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>165</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>50</td></b>
<td><b><font color=black>77</td></b>
</tr>
</table>
</center>
<caption><font color="purple"><h2>Physical Fitness Tests(PFT)</caption></font></h2>

<b>To determine the Physical Fitness, the following tests carrying 100 marks are held :-
</b>

<ul>
<li><b>1</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&
nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Mil&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp
;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Run

</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>2</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&
nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Pull&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp
;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Ten

</ul>

<ul>
<li><b>3</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&
nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Balance&nbsp;&nbsp;&n
bsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&
nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;_
</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>4</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&
nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>9 Feet Ditch
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;_
</ul>
<caption><font color="purple"><h2>Marking system is as follows :-
</caption></font></h2>
<ul>
<li><b>1</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;1 MILE RUN
</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>(a)</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;5.40&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&n
bsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Mins&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
and&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
below&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;60 Mks
</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>(b)</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;5.41&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&
nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Mins&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
TO&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
5.50&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;48 Mks
</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>(c)</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;5.51&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&n
bsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Mins&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
TO&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
6.05&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;36 Mks
</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>(d)</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;6.06&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&
nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Mins&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
TO&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
6.20&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;24 Mks
</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>(e)</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;BALANCE Should be qualified and
no marks are awarded.
</ul>
<ul>
<li><b>(f)</b></li>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;9 Feet Ditch Should be qualified and
no marks are awarded.
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\Top3122[1].gif"align="right">
</ul>
<center><caption><font color="purple"><h1>Medical
Standards</caption></center></font></h1>
<b><p><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\Red[1].gif"width=20 height=20>A
candidate should have robust physique and good mental health.
Chest should be well developed having minimum 5 Cms expansion.
Should have normal hearing with each ear and good binocular vision in both eyes.
He should be able to read 6/6 in distant vision chart with each eye. Colour vision should be
CP-III.
Should recognize red and green colours.
Should have sufficient number of natural healthy gum and teeth i.e. minimum 14 dental
points.
Should not have disease like deformity of bones, hydrocele and varicocle or piles.</b>
<caption><font color="purple"><h2>Medical Standards :-</caption></font></h2>
<ul>
<li>A candidate should have robust physique and good mental health.</li>
<li>Chest should be well developed having minimum 5 Cms expension.</li>
<li>Should have normal hearing with each ear and good binocular vision in both eyes. He
should be
able to read 6/6 in distance vision chart with each eye. Colour vision should be CP-III.
</li>
<li>Should have sufficient number of natural healthy gum and teeth i.e. minimum 14 dental
points.</li>
<li>Should not have diseases like deformity of bones, hydrocele and varicocle or piles.</li>
<li>Should recognize red and green colours.</li>
</ul>
</body>
</html>
CODING OF TRAINING CENTRE PAGE
<html>
<head>
<title>Training Centres</title>
</head>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\a3.jpg"width="200%"height="30%">
<a href="link.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\8hm03c.gif"align="top"></a>

<TABLE BORDER=2 CELLPADDING=5 WIDTH=40% HEIGHT=15% ALIGN=CENTER
background="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\Corel_DVDB_019.jpg"><TR><TH ><MARQUEE
behavior=alternate direction=left loop=infinite scrollamount=5 scrolldelay=15><h1
align=center><b><font face="monotype corsiva" color="GOLD">Training
Centre</font></b></h1></marquee></TR></TABLE>
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\pooja_images\rfgdg.jpeg"width="350"height="200"></center>
<body bgcolor="green">
<embed src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\images\2(mp3pk.com).mp3"autoplay="true"hidden="true">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\bor801x[1].gif"height="20"width="150%">
<caption><center><b><h1><font color="yellow"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New
Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20 height=20>&nbsp:&nbsp:Training Centres
&nbsp:&nbsp:<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20
height=20></caption></center></b></h1></font>
<b>After the War, there were only two Centres left in the country one in Jabalpur and the
second in Bangalore .
On partition, the assets of the Centre at Bangalore were transferred to Pakistan .
Colonel R J Moberly OBE commanded the centre at the time of partition.
A function was held in Jabalpur to bid farewell to those comrades who had opted to go to
Pakistan .
Major P N Luthra, the senior most Indian Officer who commanded the Military Training
Regiment at the time, presented a scroll to the Pakistan Signals Corps officers at a farewell
parade.
On 1 December 1947 , Col Moberly returned to UK and Colonel Apar Singh MBE had the
honour of taking over as the first Indian Commandant of the Training Centre. The centre is
considered, traditionally, the home of all Signals personnel.
At the time of partition, the Centre consisted of a Headquarters, a Military Training
Regiment, two Technical Training Regiments, a Boys Regiment, a Depot Company and the
Signals Records.<br>&nbsp:&nbsp: &nbsp: &nbsp: &nbsp: &nbsp: &nbsp: &nbsp: &nbsp:
&nbsp:

After the Sino-Indian conflict of 1962, there was sudden expansion and two additional
Centres were raised, one in Goa and the second at Jabalpur . In 1967, 3 Signal Training
Centre, located at Jabalpur , was disbanded.
Later on the Regiments which were part of this Training Centre were amalgamated with 1
and 2 Signal Training Centres and the establishment of the Centre was revised.
Each of the Training Centres now consists of one Military Training Regiment and three
Technical Training Regiments.</b><br><br>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\line3[1].gif"height="20">
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\b.jpeg" width=300
height=200></center>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\line3[1].gif"height="20">
<caption><center><b><h1><font color="gold"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New
Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20 height=20>&nbsp:&nbsp:1.Signals Training
Centre&nbsp:&nbsp:<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20
height=20></caption></center></b></h1></font>
<b>This centre consists of a Headquarter, a Military Training Regiment, Technical Training
Regiments, and a Depot Regiment.
The centre is responsible for imparting military and technical training to recruits first time
joining the Corps and also for upgrading and conversion training for various trades and
categories at later stages.</b><br><br>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\line3[1].gif"height="20">
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\fgdfh.jpeg" width=300
height=200></center>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\line3[1].gif"height="20">
<caption><center><b><h1><font color="gold"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New
Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20 height=20>&nbsp:&nbsp:2.Signals Training Centre
&nbsp:&nbsp: <img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\ball14a1[1].gif"width=20
height=20></caption></center></b></h1></font>

<b>In the early sixties, it was decided to raise a second Training Centre for the Corps.
After going into the pros and cons of various locations, it was decided that the Centre should
be located in the southern part of the country.
Accordingly, various locations were reconnoitered and after the liberation of Goa in
December 1961, the choice finally fell on establishing the Centre in Goa.
Goa was chosen for its sylvan surroundings and the fact that it offered certain ready -built
accommodation which originally was used by the Portuguese garrison.
What possibly was lost in the labyrinth of bureaucratic paper work was the fact that Goa is
not a city by itself, but comprises of numerous small townships spread throughout its area.
The accommodation that was available was in penny packets and was located at small
outposts throughout the island.
A decision however having been taken, 2 Signal Centre was raised at Panaji (then known as
Panjim) on 9 December 1962.</b>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\line3[1].gif"height="20">
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\r.jpeg" width=300 height=200
border="1"></center>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\line3[1].gif"height="20">
</body>
</html>









CODING OF RANK PAGE
<html>
<head>
<title>Army ranks </title>
</head>
<bodY background="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\aj.jpg">
<embed src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\MAA TUJHE
SALAAM.mp3"autoplay="true"hidden="true">
<a href="link.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\8hm03c.gif"align="top"></a>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\indiaC.gif"align="left"width="100"height="100">
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk
singh\retgte.jpeg"width="200"height="200"border="2"></center>
<center><table bordercolor ="black" border="8"width="100% callpading="8"></center>
<caption><h1><font color="red"> Army ranks </h1></caption></font>
<tr align="center">
<th><font color=black>Army ranks </th>
<th><font color=black>Insignia(yrs)</th>
<th><font color=black>Notes</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black> General</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\aa.JPG"width="125"height="150"></td>
<td><b>Gold national emblem
outlined in red
over a gold sun
outlined in red,
all over a crossed gold
baton and scimitar
outlined in red.</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Lieutenant General</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\hfg.JPG" width="125" height="150"></td>
<td><b><font color=black>Gold national emblem
outlined in red
over a crossed gold
baton and scimitar
outlined in red.</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Major General</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\fgdf.JPG" width="125" height="150"></td>
<td><b><font color=black>Gold star
outlined in red
over a crossed gold
baton and scimitar
outlined in red.</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Brigadier</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\ttyrt.JPG" width="125" height="150"><b></td>
<td><b><font color=black>Gold national emblem
over three gold stars
in a triangle formation.</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Colonel</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\fg.JPG" width="125" height="150"></td>
<td><b><font color=black>Gold national emblem
over two gold stars.</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Lieutenant Colonel</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\dfg.JPG" width="125" height="150"></td>
<td><b><font color=black>Gold national emblem
over one gold star.</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Captain</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\uyth.JPG" width="125" height="150"></td>
<td><b><font color=black>Three gold stars.</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Lieutenant</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\fghf.JPG" width="125" height="150"></td>
<td><b><font color=black>Two gold stars</td></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Second Lieutenant*</td></b>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\rank\tyut.JPG" width="100" height="150"></td>
<td><b><font color=black>One gold star.</td></b>
</tr>
</table>
<center><table bordercolor ="black" border="8"width="100% callpading="8"></center>
<caption><h1><font color="red">Junior Commissioned Officer
Ranks</h1></caption></font>
<tr align="center"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\Earth-13-
june.gif"width="100"height="150"align="righ">
<th><font color=black>Junior Commissioned Officer Ranks</th>
<th><font color=black>Insignia</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Subedar Major</td></b>
<td>Gold national emblem with strip</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Subedar/Risaldar*</td></b>
<td>Two Gold stars with strip</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Naib Subedar/Naib Risaldar*</td></b>
<td>One Gold star with strip</td>
</tr>
</table>
<center><table bordercolor ="black" border="8"width="100% callpading="8"></center>
<caption><h1><font color="red"> Non Commissioned Ranks</h1></caption></font>
<tr align="center">
<th><font color=black> Non Commissioned Ranks</th>
<th><font color=black>Insignia</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Regimental Havildar Major</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Regimental Quarter Master Havildar</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Company Havildar Major</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Company Quarter Master Havildar</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Havildar*</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Naik/Lance Daffadar*</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Lance Naik</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color=black>Sepoy/Sowar*</td></b>
<td>-</td>
</tr>
</table>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\Top3122[1].gif"align="right">
</body>
</html>
CODING OF WAR PAGE

<html>
<head>
<title>war</title>
<style>table{border-color:"black";border-style:ridge}</style></head>
<body background="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\animated images\refvefv.jpeg">
<a href="link.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\vmv\images\8hm03c.gif"target="_parent"></a>
<table border=0 width=100% height=200px>
<tr bgcolor=black>
<td colspan=2 align=center><b><font color="white">Conflicts and Operations</b></font>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan=2 align=center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\images gfg.jpeg"
width=150px height=100px>
</tr>
<tr>
<td bgcolor=black><b><font color="white">WAR</b></font>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width=30%><a href="war.html" target="RIGHT"><b> First Kashmir War
(1947)</b></a>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><a href="war3.html" target="RIGHT"><b> Indo-Pakistani War of(1965)</b></a>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><a href="war4.html" target="RIGHT"><b>Indo-Pakistani War of (1971)</b></a>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><a href="war5.html" target="RIGHT"><b>Kargil conflict(1999)</b></a><br>
</tr>
<tr>
<td bgcolor=black><b><font color="white">OPERATION</b></font>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><a href="operation.html#abc" target="RIGHT"><b>Operation Brasstacks </b></a>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><a href="operation.html#xyz" target="RIGHT"><b>Operation Parakram</B></a>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><a href="operation.html#pqr" target="RIGHT"><b>Operation Sanghe Shakti </b></a>
</tr>
</table>
</body>
</html>
CODING OF AWARDS PAGE
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>AWRDS</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<body background="E:\INDIAN ARMY\animated\animated_9[1].gif">
<embed src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\aa.mp3"autoplay="true"hidden="true">
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\a2.jpg"width="100%">
<a href="link.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\8hm03c.gif"align="top"></a>
<center><table border=3 bordercolor="pink" width=50% hieght=50px>
<tr bgcolor=purple>
<td colspan=2 align=center><b><h2>AWARDS</h2></b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan=2 align=center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\medal.jpeg"
width=200px height=200px></center>
</tr>
<tr bgcolor=purple>
<td colspan=2 align=center><b><h3>Awards Of India Army</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Ashoka Chakra *
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Kirti Chakra *
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Samar Seva Star *
<td><b><font color="gold"> Kirti Chakra *
</tr>
<tr bgcolor=purple>
<td colspan=2 align=center><b><h3>Gallantry awards</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">Param Vir Chakra.
<td><b><font color="gold">Maha Vir Chakra.
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Vir Chakra.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold">Sena, Nao Sena and Vayu Sena Medal.
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Mention in Dispatches.
</B>
<td><b><font color="gold">Chiefs of Staff Commendation Card.
</tr>
<tr bgcolor=purple>
<td colspan=2 align=center><b><h3>Non-gallantry awards</b>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">Bharat Ratna.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Padma Vibhushan.
</tr>
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">Padma Bhushan.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Param Vishisht Seva Medal.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Padma Shri.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Uttam Yudh Seva Medal.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Ati Vishisht Seva Medal.
.<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">Yudh Seva Medal.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Vishisht Seva Medal.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">30 Years Long Seva Medal.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> 20 Years Long Service Medal
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">9 Years Long Service Medal.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Meritorious Service Medal.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> General Service Medal - 1947.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">Samar Seva Medal.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Sainya Seva Medal.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Commendation Card.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Raksha Medal.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Poorvi Star.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Paschimi Star.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold"> Sangram Medal.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold">Wound Medal.
<tr>
<td><b><font color="gold">Padma Bhushan.
</b>
<td><b><font color="gold"> 25th Independence Anniversary Medal.
</tr>
</table>
</center>
<center>
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 leftmargin=0 rightmargin=0 topmargin=0 bottommargin=0
background="E:\INDIAN ARMY\vmv\New
Folder\animated_background_a2[1].gif"width=100% height="100%">
<tr>
<td colspan="5"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\line3[1].gif"height="20"></td>
</tr>
<th align="center" colspan="15"><font size="10" color="cyan"><B><I><u>INDIAN
ARMY</u></I></B></FONT></th>
<tr>
<td colspan="5"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\line3[1].gif"height="20"></td>
</tr>
<th colspan="5"><font size="10" color="cyan"><MARQUEE
behaviour="ALTERNATE"><B><I><u>I LOVE
INDIA</u></I></B></MARQUEE></FONT></th>
<tr>
<td colspan="5"><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\line3[1].gif"height="20"></td>
<tr>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\somnathji\rfger.jpeg"width=200
height=200></td>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk
singh\somnathji\scxsdffg.jpeg"width=200 height=200></td>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\somnathji\param
ver.jpeg"width=200 height=200></td>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\somnathji\fbc.jpeg"width=200
height=200></td>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\medal.jpeg"width=190 height=200></td>
</tr>
</tr>
<tr>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\retgte.jpeg"width=190
height=200></td>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\images gfg.jpeg"width=190
height=200></td>
<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\cdscscs.jpeg"width=190 height=200></td>
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<td><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\hgm.jpeg"width=190 height=200></td>
</tr>
<tr><tdcolspan="10"><imgsrc="E:\INDIANARMY\NewFolder\line3[1].gif"height="20">
</td></body></html>
CODING OF PARAM VIR CHAKRA PAGE
<html>
<head>
<title>abc</title>
<body background="E:\INDIAN ARMY\New Folder\I5.jpg"width=100%>
<embed src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\jaan.mp3"autoplay="true"hidden="true">
<a href="link.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\8hm03c.gif"align="top"></a>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\army\indiaC.gif"align="left"width="100"height="100">
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk
singh\somnathji\rfger.jpeg"></centre>
<center><table border="2" width="50%" callpading="5"background="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\New Folder\red-curtain[1].jpg"width=90%></center>
<caption><h1><font
color="gold">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbspRecipients</caption></h1></font>
<tr align="center">
<th><font color="gold">Number</th></font>
<th><font color="gold">Name</th>
<th><font color="gold">Regiment</th>
<th><font color="gold">Date</th>
<th><font color="gold">Place</th>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-521</td>
<td><font color="gold">Major SomNath Sharma</td>
<td><font color="gold">4th Battalion,Kumaon Regiment</td>
<td><font color="gold">November 3,1947</td>
<td><font color="gold">Badgam, Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-22356</td>
<td><font color="gold">Lance Naik Karam Singh</td>
<td><font color="gold">1st Battalion,Sikh Regiment</td>
<td><font color="gold">October 13,1948</td>
<td><font color="gold">Tithwal, Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">SS-14246</td>
<td><font color="gold">Second Lieutenant Rama Raghoba Rane</td>
<td><font color="gold">Corps of Engineers</td>
<td><font color="gold">April 8, 1948</td>
<td><font color="gold">Naushera, Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">27373</td>
<td><font color="gold">Naik Jadu Nath Singh</td>
<td><font color="gold">1st Battalion,Rajput Regiment</td>
<td><font color="gold">February 1948</td>
<td><font color="gold">Naushera,Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">2831592</td>
<td><font color="gold">Company Havildar Major Piru Singh Shekhawat</td>
<td><font color="gold">6th Battalion, Rajputana Rifles</td>
<td><font color="gold">17 July 194818 July 1948</td>
<td><font color="gold">Tithwal, Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-8497</td>
<td><font color="gold">Captain Gurbachan Singh Salaria</td>
<td><font color="gold">3rd Battalion,1st Gorkha Rifles(The Malaun Regiment)</td>
<td><font color="gold">December 5,1961</td>
<td><font color="gold">Elizabethville,Katanga,Congo</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-7990</td>
<td><font color="gold">Major Dhan Singh Thapa</td>
<td><font color="gold">1st Battalion, 8th Gorkha Rifles</td>
<td><font color="gold">October 20, 1962</td>
<td><font color="gold">Ladakh, India</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">JC-4547</td>
<td><font color="gold">Subedar Joginder Singh</td>
<td><font color="gold">1st Battalion,Sikh Regiment</td>
<td><font color="gold">October 23,1962</td>
<td><font color="gold">Tongpen La,Northeast Frontier Agency,India</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-7990</td>
<td><font color="gold">Major Shaitan Singh</td>
<td><font color="gold">13th Battalion,Kumaon Regiment</td>
<td><font color="gold">November 18,1962</td>
<td><font color="gold">Rezang La.</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">2639885</td>
<td><font color="gold">Company Quarter Master Havildar Abdul Hamid</td>
<td><font color="gold">4th Battalion,The Grenadiers</td>
<td><font color="gold">September 10,1965</td>
<td><font color="gold">Chima,Khem Karan Sector</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-5565</td>
<td><font color="gold">Lieutenant-Colonel Ardeshir Burzorji Tarapore</td>
<td><font color="gold">17th Poona Horse</td>
<td><font color="gold">October 15,1965</td>
<td><font color="gold">Phillora,Sialkot Sector,Pakistan</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">4239746</td>
<td><font color="gold">Lance Naik Albert Ekka</td>
<td><font color="gold">14th Battalion,Brigade of the Guards</td>
<td><font color="gold">December 3,1971</td>
<td><font color="gold">Gangasagar</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">10877 F(P)</td>
<td><font color="gold">Flying Officer Nirmal Jit Singh Sekhon</td>
<td><font color="gold">No.18 Squadron,Indian Air Force</td>
<td><font color="gold">December 14,1971</td>
<td><font color="gold">Srinagar, Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-25067</td>
<td><font color="gold">2/Lieutenant Arun Khetarpal</td>
<td><font color="gold">17th Poona Horse</td>
<td><font color="gold">December 16,1971</td>
<td><font color="gold">Jarpal, Shakargarh Sector</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-14608</td>
<td><font color="gold">Major Hoshiar Singh</td>
<td><font color="gold">3rd Battalion,The Grenadiers</td>
<td><font color="gold">December 17,1971</td>
<td><font color="gold">Basantar River,Shakargarh Sector</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">JC-155825</td>
<td><font color="gold">Naib Subedar Bana Singh</td>
<td><font color="gold">8th Battalion,Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry</td>
<td><font color="gold">June 23,1987</td>
<td><font color="gold">Siachen Glacier,Jammu and Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-32907</td>
<td><font color="gold">Major Ramaswamy Parameshwaran</td>
<td><font color="gold">8th Battalion,Mahar Regiment</td>
<td><font color="gold">November 25,1987</td>
<td><font color="gold">Sri Lanka</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-56959</td>
<td><font color="gold">Captain Manoj Kumar Pandey</td>
<td><font color="gold">1st Battalion,11th Gorkha Rifles</td>
<td><font color="gold">July 3,1999</td>
<td><font color="gold">Khaluber/Juber Top, Batalik sector,Kargil area,Jammu and
Kashmir</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">2690572</td>
<td><font color="gold">Grenadier Yogendra Singh Yadav</td>
<td><font color="gold">18th Battalion, The Grenadiers</td>
<td><font color="gold">July 4, 1999</td>
<td><font color="gold">Tiger Hill,Kargil area</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">13760533</td>
<td><font color="gold">Rifleman Sanjay Kumar</td>
<td><font color="gold">13th Battalion,Jammu & Kashmir Rifles</td>
<td><font color="gold">July 5,1999</td>
<td><font color="gold">Area Flat Top, Kargil Area</td>
</tr>
<tr align="center">
<td><font color="gold">IC-57556</td>
<td><font color="gold">Captain Vikram Batra</td>
<td><font color="gold">13th Battalion,Jammu & Kashmir Rifles</td>
<td><font color="gold">July 6,1999</td>
<td><font color="gold">Point 5140, Point 4875, Kargil Area</td>
</tr>
</table>
<center><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk
singh\somnathji\fgerhfge.jpeg"width="200"height="200"></center>
<font color="purple"><h2>Major Sharma (the first recipient) and Captain Batra belong to
the same village,
Palampur, in India's Himachal Pradesh state.
<a href="vir.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\4bk03c.gif"align="top"></a>
<img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\Top3122[1].gif"align="left">
</body>
</html>
















CODINGOF PHOTOGALLARY PAGE
<html>
<head>
<title>photo</title>
</head>
<a href="link.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN ARMY\images\8hm03c.gif"align="top"></a>
<body background="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\hgm.jpeg">

<CENTER><caption><h1>(GENRAL VK SINGH)</H1></CAPTION></CENTER>
<MARQUEE behavior=SCROLL direction=down ><img src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\fghty.jpeg"width="200" height="200"></marquee>
<MARQUEE behavior=SCROLL direction=bottam ><img src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\fhgtyh.jpeg"width="200"
height="200"border="1"></marquee>

<MARQUEE behavior=SCROLL direction=right><img src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\images.jpeg"width="200"
height="200"border="1"></marquee>

<MARQUEE behavior=SCROLL direction=left><img src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\fggntf.jpeg"width="200"
height="200"border="1"></marquee>
<MARQUEE behavior=SCROLL direction=up><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk
singh\htgujthgfy.jpeg"width="200" height="200"border="1"></marquee>
<MARQUEE behavior=SCROLL direction=left><img src="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\reyytr.jpeg"width="200"
height="200"border="1"></marquee>
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ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\fdgrtryttyr.jpeg"width="200"
height="200"border="1"></marquee>

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ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\dgrrthr.jpeg"width="200"
height="200"border="1"></marquee>
<MARQUEE behavior=SCROLL direction=up><img src="E:\INDIAN ARMY\pooja_images\vk
singh\fgyty.jpeg"width="200" height="200"border="1"></marquee>
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ARMY\pooja_images\vk singh\ty54ry6gtr.jpeg"width="200"
height="200"border="1"></marquee>
<a href="GENERAL VK SINGH.html"><IMG SRC="E:\INDIAN
ARMY\images\4bk03c.gif"align="right"></a>
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SYSTEM SECURITY & MEASURES

System security is the technical innovation and procedures applied to the
hardware & operating system to protect against deliberate or accidental damage from a
defined threat. There are many threats to the system like errors and omission fire, natural
disasters, and external attack.
Every system must provide built in feature for security and integrity of data
withoutSafeguard against unauthorized access, fraud, and embezzlement and like so the
system is to threaten the survival of the organization. Thus it must be provided.
Before uploading the site, the first thing, which is done, is booking if the space in
the mainframe computer. Then the web server, anti viruses and firewall check all the
viruses. If viruses are found they are scanned and the data is made virus free.
Thus in this way system & measures are provided.















FUTURE SCOPE OF THE PROJECT

A website is a very good medium which provides the facility of availability of
required information in less time span. Majority of people prefers to website rather than
reading books and collecting records.
This project is useful for collecting information about the class of literature
mentioned as earlier i.e. Army. The user will find out the required data very easily, because
of the efficient structure of website.




















BIBILOGRAPHY

1. E. Stephen Mack And Janan Platt, Html 4.0 BPB Publications.

2. Ivan Bayross, Web Enabled Commercial Applications Development UsingHTML,
DHTML, BPB Publications


3. Dr. Vinay Vaikar, ARMY

4. Dr. Sureshchandra Nandkarni.