In an affidavit filed before a bench headed by Justice Sanjay Kisan Kaul, the Center said: “A study group has been formed by the Defense Services, comprising of experts, has formulated a comprehensive curriculum for female cadets in the NDA and has a Board of Officers. The cadets were called upon to come up with an overall and future proposal for training that would cover all relevant issues. ”
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The center said that while the curriculum was right, all other aspects of the training needed to be formulated separately for women candidates. “The main topics are curriculum and parameters, inter alia, outdoor training, such as drills, equations, swimming, games, sports, etc.”, the affidavit added.
However, the government has not clarified how many women candidates will be included in the first batch. “The determination of cadre strength in existing weapons and services will depend, among other things, on cadre ratios, the capacity of a particular service academy, the desired cadre structure and its low flow,” the affidavit added. To be evaluated and decided.
Regarding the aspect of infrastructure for the stay of female cadets, the Center said that the process of UPSC notification for inclusion of female cadets is expected to start early next year, with various preparatory steps being planned for implementation. The center said the number of cabins for female cadets should be increased in addition to remodeling existing bathroom cubicles to maintain privacy. The affidavit added, “Additional administrative and miscellaneous in terms of gender specific kitting, ancillary requirements, etc.
The Center said that the entrance test for NDA is held twice a year and it proposes to take necessary steps by May 2022, at which time the first notification of UPSC is required for the entrance test for admission to NDA.
September In September, rejected by the Supreme Court, the Center informed the apex court that it had decided to allow women in the NDA. The apex court had asked the Center to inform it through affidavit, what is it doing now? What do you plan to do in the future?
The Centre’s response to the PIL filed by Advocate Kush Kalra seeking to open the doors of the NDA for women willing to join the armed forces has come. Senior Advocate Chinmoy Pradeep Sharma presented the arguments of the petition.
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