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Army Education

Col Education Col Jasvinder Singh talks about Army Education course, what is Army Education and other details about a Career in Army Education.




Army Education

Col Jasvinder Singh | Col Education | Indian Army






What is Army Education?


Army Education is a great Career option. Almost everyone seems to be talking about How to start a Career in Army Education, while one should first develop an understanding of What is a Career in Army Education. The internet is a great source of information on Army Education, but it is second best to learning about the same from a real professional.

Col Education Col Jasvinder Singh has 32 years of professional experience in Army Education. Col Education Col Jasvinder Singh outlines Army Education as:

Army recruits wide range of semi educated to graduate to professionals and they all are required to be trained to bring at a common level.





How Col Education Col Jasvinder Singh got into Army Education?


After completing M A in political science, I joined the B S F in 1977 and stayed there for 3 years and thereafter in 1980, I was selected for the Army Education core.





Col Education Col Jasvinder Singh's Talk on Army Education



Starts with what is:
     1) Army Education  

Next, it covers Education. We all know that only 10% of what is taught in Army Education is actually used in real life. The Education section of the Talk clearly explained what is the 10% needed in Army Education. It explains Education needed in Army Education with these items:
     2) General Awareness  
     3) Military Awareness  
     4) Psychology  
     5) Benchmarking  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. 90% success in Army Education depends on Skills. It is crucial to understand these. It details these topics within Skills for Army Education:
     6) Communication Skills  
     7) Leadership  
     8) Multitasking   
     9) Positive Attitude  
     10) Passion  

Positives of Army Education are quite interesting. This Talk defines Positives in terms of following items for Army Education:
     11) Varied Exposure  
     12) Relatively Settled Life  
     13) Self Satisfaction  
     14) Self Development  
     15) Exposure  

Challenges are the other side of Positives and Army Education is no exception:
     16) Keep Updated  
     17) No Say in Recruitment  

In the final section of the Talk, Col Jasvinder Singh talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     18) Army Education  





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Col Education Col Jasvinder Singh's LifePage:


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LifePage Career Talk on Army Education


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https://lifepage.app.link/20161212-0001


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