50 Latest Questions On Indian Army Asked In SSB Interview

The questions related to the service i.e. Indian army, navy, and air force you have applied for and appeared for in SSB Interview. Normally becomes the point of questioning in the SSB interview.

Most of the time, the questions related to the Indian army are asked in the army SSB Interview or maybe in AFSB or NSB. The questions are related to the general knowledge of the army. Some of the questions that are usually asked and candidates must stay aware of them are.

50 Basic SSB Questions on Indian Army

  1. Difference Between Indian Army Old Uniform Vs New Combat Uniform?
  2. How is the current Army Chief and do you know who has been appointed as the next COAS?
  3. What Is GSAT 7B Satellite, Indian Army Military Satellite?
  4. List Of Indian Army Military Exercises in the year 2022?
  5. Tell me something about S-400, AGNI, Prithvi, and Brahmos missiles.
  6. Name Top 5 Vehicles Used By The Indian Army?
  7. How many commands are there In Indian army?
  8. Tell the locations of the respective commands?
  9. Where is headquarter of the Indian army?
  10. How many filed marshals have been appointed till now and who were they?
  11. Who was the first Param veer chakra recipient in Indian army?
  12. Give out the structure organization of Indiana army.
  13. Tell me about the arms and services of the Indian army.
  14. Tell me about 5 new defense deals of Indian armed forces.
  15. What is the difference between infantry and mechanized infantry?
  16. Give some examples of battalions of infantry.
  17. Tell me the names of 5 military exercises held with other countries this year.
  18. What do you know about INSAS?
  19. Why do you want to join Indian army, other services?
  20. Tell me the ranks of officers in India army starting from the lieutenant.
  21. Tell me the rankings of the India army starting from sepoy.
  22. Tell me the names of the names and location of training academies of Indian army which trains officers.
  23. Insignias of all ranks Indian army.
  24. Which are the gallantry awards in Indian armed forces?
  25. Why do you want to choose this type of service and what is the significance of it?
  26. Who are the general and vice general of Indian army?
  27. Tell me 5 indigenous weapons of the Indian army.
  28. What is the difference between cruise missiles and ballistic missiles?
  29. Name 2 cruise and ballistic missile of the Indian army.
  30. Which helicopters are used by Indian aviation corps?
  31. Tell me any 5 supportive corps of the Indian army.
  32. Which is the nearest army command to your home town?
  33. Tell me something about UN peace keeping force.
  34. What are the National weapons induction in Indian army?
  35. What is the significance of Rashtriya rifles and para special force in Indian army?
  36. What is the significance of Siachen glacier for India?
  37. What is AFSPA and what are the powers provided to the army under AFSPA?
  38. What is the motto of Indian army?
  39. What is theater command and how will it work and affect the Indian army?
  40. What is the name of the intelligence agency of Indian army?
  41. Which battalion would you like to join and why?
  42. The sequence of ranks of Indian army with ranks of the air force and navy.
  43. Which organization manufactured the arms and weapons for Indian army?
  44. Which organization makes new weapons and arms for the Indian army?
  45. Tell me the names of past 5 generals of the Indian army.
  46. What is Risaldar in Indian army?
  47. Tell me the names of the borders between India – Pakistan, and India – china?
  48. Where is the Indian National Defence University is proposed to be established in India?
  49. How many soldiers are there in a section?
  50. Director Generals and locations of some important crops.
  51. Explain the flag of the Indian army.
  52. Name 5 weapons used by the armored battalion of the Indian army.
  53. Name 5 artillery guns of the Indian army.
  54. Name 5 aircraft used by the Indian army.
  55. Name 5 UAVs of the Indian army.

Conclusion – The above questions are based on the basic knowledge of the Indian army and are commonly asked in the SSB. The candidates must prepare for the question and other related questions. Those who have attended the NCC training are more prone to the internal knowledge of the Indian army. A prior practice of these questions will help you give an impressive presentation of your answer. So prepare for it and add a point in your performance.

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  1. Manuranjan

    1. Seven Commands In Indian Army 2. Northern Command in Udhampur (J&K) , central Command in Lucknow (UP), Eastern Command in Kolkata (WB), Southern Command in Pune (MH), Southwestern Command in Jaipur (Rajasthan), Western Command in Chandimandir (Haryana) 3. New Delhi 4. Two field Marshal , FM Sam Manekshaw and FM KC Kariappa 5. Major Somnath Sharma 6. Indian Army Has 37 division 7. The Arms consist of the Armoured Corps, the Infantry, the Artillery, the Engineers, the Signals and more recently, the Air Defence Corps and the Aviation Corps, both of which originate from the Artillery. The Armoured Corps and Infantry are called Fighting Arms. The Artillery, Engineers, Signals, Air Defence Corps, and Aviation Corps are called Supporting Arms, as they support the Fighting Arms in the field. Those troops that provide the logistical support to the Arms are called Services 8. 5 new defense deals of Indian armed forces.- Tavor x 95 Rifles, Tejas Light Combat Aircract, Arjun Mark-1A tanks, high altitude UAVs,new UAVs to strengthen maritime surveillance 9. Infantry- Infantry is the arm which physically fights for occupation of particular area of operation/tactical/strategic value or denies it to the enemy. Mechanized Infantry-The Mechanised Infantry Regiment is an infantry regiment of the Indian Army, comprising 27 battalions dispersed under various armoured formations throughout India. 10. Gorkha, Parachute Regiment, Rajput, J&K Rifles. 11. 5 Military exercise held this Year- Al Nagah-III with Oman, Bold Kurukshetra with Singapore, Garuda Shakti IV with Singapore, Yudh Abhyas with US 12. INSAS- Indian Small Arms System is a Assault rifles which Indian Army is using for two decades. 13. Because it's my personal choice as well the discipline and the mindset require for it is quite match with my personality.. 14. Leutient, Captain, Major, Lt. colonel, Colonel, Brigadier, Major General, Leutient General, General, Field Marshal. 15. Sepoy, Lance Naik, Naik, Halvaldar, Naib Subedar, Subedar, Subedar Major. 16. Dehradun, Utrakhand. 17. Insignias of all ranks Indian army.- 18. Param Vir Chakra · Ashoka Chakra · Maha Vir Chakra · Kirti Chakra · Vir Chakra · Shaurya Chakra. 19. Why do you want to choose this type of service and what is the significance of it- 20. Who are the general and vice general of Indian army?- 21. Tejas Aircraft, Arjun Tank, Netra, Astra, Akash(SAM) 22. Ballistic Missile:-Any missile is called Ballistic when the trajectory it follows is ballistic. It is used to deliver one or more warheads on a predetermined target. A ballistic trajectory is the path of any object that is launched but with no active propulsion during its actual flight. Thus in such missiles the trajectory has to be fully determined by a given initial velocity, effects of gravity, air resistance and earth's motion. Cruise Missile:-It is a guided missile where the target is pre-set. It is basically used against terrestrial targets. Such missiles are designed to deliver a large warhead over long distances with high precision. 23. Ballistic- Prithvi I, Prithvi II, Agni I, Agni II and Dhanush missiles. Cruise- BrahMos(290km) missiles, Nirbhay (1000-1500km), Prahar(150), BrahMos2(450-600) 24. HAL Light Combat Helicopter 25. The Armoured Corps. The Regiment of Artillery. Army Air Defence. Aviation Corps. The Corps of Engineers. The Corps of Signals. Mechanized Infantry. 26. Central Army Command (Lucknow) and Eastern Army Command (Kolkata) WB are nearest Army command from my hometown. 27. Peacekeeping by the United Nations is a role held by the Department of Peace Operations as "a unique and dynamic instrument developed by the organization as a way to help countries torn by conflict to create the conditions for lasting peace". India plays a vital role in the peacekeeping mission, India has contributed nearly 195,000 troops, the largest number from any country, participated in more than 49 missions and 168 Indian peacekeepers have made the supreme sacrifice while serving in UN missions. India has also provided and continues to provide eminent Force Commanders for UN Missions. 28. 1. Cheetal Helicopters. (ii) Advanced Light Helicopters (ALH) Mark 0/I/II/III (iii) ALH (Weapon System Integrated [WSI]). (iv) 20 mm Turret Gun – Integrated with ALH (WSI) platform. (v) 70 mm Turret Gun – Integrated with ALH (WSI) platform. 29. the significance of Rashtriya rifles and para special force in Indian army - Both have their own significance starting from RR it is also called as backbone of the Indian army in the J & K , and it is only placed in the J & k the major role of Rr is to stop the infiltration and if infiltration happens , their job is to find the infiltrator and neutralize them. Para Sf is the special force with the best equipment and a harsh selection process, they are equipped with the best of the vest equipment Indian army possess like Tavor gun, Latest rocket launchers, snipper guns and many more. Para sf can undertake specialized operations behind enemy lines like direct action, cross border raids and direct action. The induction rate for Para sf is very low as their induction program is very tough. 30. the significance of Siachen glacier for India - The Siachen glacier demarcates central Asia from the Indian subcontinent, and separates Pakistan from China in the region. Due to its control over Saltoro Ride, India is better placed to strike a bargain while settling bilateral territorial disputes with Pakistan in the future. strategic importance of the region from an Indian point of view can be seen from the map. Firstly, the Saltoro Ridge overlooks the area of Gilgit–Baltistan of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) that is under dispute with Pakistan. Secondly, it guards the routes leading to Leh, the principal town and capital of Ladakh. 31. The Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) grants the military wide powers of arrest, the right to shoot to kill, and to occupy or destroy property in counterinsurgency operations. 32. moto of IA is "service before self" 33. theater command and how will it work and affect the Indian army - The theatre command system is intended to bring better synergy between the three branches of the armed forces. Instead of separate commands for the army, navy, air force, a unified command will be set up to be led by a single commander. 34. the name of the intelligence agency of Indian army - DIA The Defence Intelligence Agency (D.I.A) is an intelligence agency responsible for providing and coordinating defence and military intelligence to the Indian Armed Forces. est in 2002 under MOD 35. 36. sequence of ranks of Indian army with ranks of the air force and navy- 37. Which organization manufactured the arms and weapons for Indian army? - ordnance factory board, In service, as standard side-arm of the Indian Army, manufactured under license by OFB, used by special forces in small numbers. 38. Which organization makes new weapons and arms for the Indian army?- DRDO – It is a governmental agency involved in defense manufacturing. It has produced some of the great weapons for India. It is playing key role in AMCA and LCA projects and has manufactured Nishant and Lakshya and many other UAVs. INSAS and EDK and Pinaka are also produced by DRDO. 39. five generals of Indian Army- Manoj Mukund Naravane (19-, Bipin rawat(16-19), Dalbir Singh Suhag (14-16) Bikram Singh (12-14), Vijay Kumar Singh (10-12) 40. Risaldar (often called ressaidar in the British Indian Army), meaning the commander of a risala (mounted troop) in Persian, is a mid-level rank in cavalry and armoured units of the Indian and Pakistan Army. 41. Ind -Pak, the Radcliffe Line LOC .Ind-China McMahon Line LAC 42. Where is the Indian National Defence University is proposed to be established in India? -It is located at Binola village in Gurugram district of Haryana state in India that is being built. It is proposed to be one of the Institutes of National Importance (INIs). 43. 20 soldiers 44. Director Gen, the general is responsible for directing and chairing the army staff of the armed forces serving as the staff's chief executive. Location of some imp corps - 45. Explain the flag of the Indian army. - A red field with the flag of India in the canton, and the Army badge in the fly. 46. Name 5 weapons used by the armored battalion of the Indian army.- NSAS rifles, AK series of rifles, T91 assault rifles, MP-5 Sub machine gun and M2 Browning Heavy machine gun 47. five artillery gun 130 mm M-46 Field Gun; the upgraded version of this gun is the 155 mm Sharang Artillery Gun. 155 mm Haubits FH77/B Howitzer. 155 mm Dhanush (howitzer) 155 mm M777 howitzer. 155 mm DRDO Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (ATAGS) 48. Name 5 aircraft used by the Indian army. - HAL Dhruv (), HAL Rudra, HAL Chetak, HAL Cheetah, HAL LCA. 49. Name 5 UAVs of the Indian army. - Nishant, Heron, Harphy, Searcher, Rustom 50. Agni- Aimed primarily at Pakistan, the 700km range, 14.8 m long and 1.3 m wide, the short-range Agni-I ballistic missile can carry a 2000 kg warhead. The 12,000 kg solid propellant road and rail mobile launched missile has an accuracy of 25 m CEP and can be nuclear armed with a warhead of 20 or 45 kT. Its range can be extended to 1,200 km if it carries a warhead of 1,000 kg. Agni V is latest of this Model. BrahMos-The product of an India-Russia joint venture, BrahMos is the most advanced cruise missile in the world today. Its name is a combination of Brahmaputra river in India and Moskva river in Russia. The 8-8.2 m long, 0.67 m wide BrahMos is a supersonic (Mach 2.0-2.8), short-range, ramjet-powered, single warhead anti-ship/land attack cruise missile which can carry a 200-300 kg high explosive or submunitions warhead. Its launch weight is 2,200-3,000 kg and it has a range of 300-500 km. It can be launched from land, air, submarine and ship. BrahMos has stealth features, deep-dive capabilities to hit targets hidden in mountains, and uses a solid propellant boost motor with a liquid-fueled ramjet sustainer motor. A hypersonic variant of the missile is also under development which will use a scramjet engine and use a special fuel to reach speeds of more than Mach 5. Prithvi- It is India’s first indigenous missile developed and operationalised under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP). Prithvi-I is a short-range, road-mobile ballistic missile, uses single-stage liquid propellant engine and entered into service in 1994. The missile is 8.56 m long, 1.1 m in diameter, weighs 4000 kg and can carry a warhead weighing up to 1000 kg. It has a minimum range of 40 km and a maximum of 150 km. It has an accuracy of 50 m Circular Error Probability (CEP). Some missiles of the Prithvi series are nuclear tipped too. Prithvi-III: The last in the Prithvi series, this too is a short-range, road-mobile missile but uses a two-stage, solid propellant motor. Much more accurate than its predecessors with a CEP of 25m, Prithvi-III has a range of 300 to 350 km and can carry a warhead of 500 to 1000 kg. It has also been configured to carry nuclear payload of 10 to 20 kilotonne.
    1. Pavithra

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  2. Prem Kumar Verma


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