Businessman Anand Mahindra has endorsed the Indian Army’s ‘Tour Of Duty‘ proposal to allow common citizens to join army for three years. The ‘Tour of Duty‘ is a new proposal of the Army, under which the youth will have to work in the army for only three years, after which they can return and pursue another career.
Anand Mahindra has sent his proposal to the army headquarters through a mail. In his mail, he said, “I recently learnt that the Indian Army is considering a novel proposal, the ‘Tour of Duty’. The young, fit citizens of India will get an opportunity to gain operational experience in the Army both as soldiers and Officers through this voluntary three year programme.”
He further said, “I definitely think military training will be an added advantage for Tour of Duty Graduates as they enter the workplace. In fact, considering the rigid standards of selection and training in the Indian Army, the Mahindra Group will be happy to consider their candidature.”
The Indian Army is considering a new proposal to allow common citizens to join army for three years. In this, the youth will have to work in the army for only three years and after that they can go back to another career.