The Parmanu Defence offers coaching for the ACC written examinations. The faculty at Parmanu Defence is highly qualified and vastly experienced in successfully coaching students for ACC examinations. The standards of excellence followed by Parmanu Defence ensure that each student who opts for coaching with us feels confident and well prepared for the exam. Not only do we cover the entire syllabus subject by subject as per notification, we also prepare our students with mock tests, previous year question papers and doubt clearing sessions which are conducted each week to monitor each student’s progress. Mock test/ weekly test results are also discussed to pin point where the student may be lacking. This ensures that the students know what to expect in the examination, how to approach the examination, manage time efficiently and get the best possible results. Experienced and updated faculty teaches students how to handle the ACC examination specifically; they focus on the format and type of questions likely to be asked in the exam. Students can learn many formulae and shortcuts to get quick and accurate answers while attempting the examination. Apart from this, we provide extensively researched study materialwhich helps students to easily access, organise and systematically approach the vast syllabus.
ACC stands for Army Cadet College. The ACC Wing trains soldiers from the regular army for commission as Officers in the Indian Army. The ACC feeds into the Indian Military Academy Dehradun. A solider needs to have 10+2 qualification, age limit is up to 26 years.
Education Requirement: 10+2
Training: Four Yrs (Three Years in ACC Wing and one Year at IMA)
Degree Remark: Graduate Degree from ACC Wing
Age: 26 years
Martial Status: Married or Unmarried
ACC entry scheme is only for serving Indian army soldiers and not available in public domain. One needs to contact the concerned department of his unit to apply for such entries.
The ACC examination consists of four tests:
Paper 1 – General Mental ability test (GMAT)
Paper 2 – Current & General awareness test (CGAT)
Paper 3 – Interactive Communicative English (ICE)
Paper 4 – Academic Content Test (ACT)
General Mental ability test (GMAT):
Current & General awareness test (CGAT):
Interactive Communicative English (ICE):
Academic Content Test (ACT):
For knowing the detailed syllabus, please check the notification of the examination available from your unit.
Results of the ACC written exam in 3-4 months after the written exam. The same can be viewed on http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/. Being a competitive exam and there is no fixed cut off percentage for passing. Candidates who perform better are sent the call letters for SSB interviews. The final merit list is prepared after the SSB interviews final result and displayed on the Indian Army website. Joining instructions are sent to students based on vacancies available as per the merit list.