Corps of EngineersMaj Anita Marwah | Major | Indian Army
What is Corps of Engineers?
You may be curious about a Career in Corps of Engineers. Understanding Why one wants to choose a Career in Corps of Engineers is phenomenally more important than figuring out How to get into Corps of Engineers. The most authoritative source of information on Corps of Engineers is someone with real experience in it.
Major Maj Anita Marwah has worked in Corps of Engineers for 11 years & 3 months. Here is how Major Maj Anita Marwah detailed Corps of Engineers:
The Indian Army Corps of Engineers consists of three major constituents namely Combat Engineers, MES (Military Engineering Service) and Border Roads. The Corps also provides officers to the Military Survey and Defense Research & Development Organization.
How Major Maj Anita Marwah got into Corps of Engineers?
I did my BE in Civil Engineering from NIT, Silchar. In 2000, I joined Indian Army wherein I was inducted into the Officers Training Academy for training and was commissioned as an officer in March 2001.
Major Maj Anita Marwah's Talk on Corps of Engineers
|Starts with what is:|
|1)||Corps of Engineers|
|Next, it covers Education. It was a welcome change to see the Talk touch upon Education as theoretical knowledge needed to excel at Corps of Engineers, and not merely as Qualifications needed to enter Corps of Engineers. It explains Education needed in Corps of Engineers with these items:|
|Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Anyone aspiring for Corps of Engineers needs to understand that Skill development is crucial for success. It discusses following headings for Skills in Corps of Engineers:|
|Corps of Engineers has an interesting list of Positives. This Talk explains these Positives of Corps of Engineers:|
|There are a few Challenges in Corps of Engineers which one needs to be cognizant of:|
|15)||Harder for Women Officers|
|16)||Uncertain Family Life|
|17)||Striking a Balance|
|In the final section of the Talk, Maj Anita Marwah talks about How a day goes in a Career in:|
|19)||Corps of Engineers|
Install the LifePage App to:
- (for Free) Watch Major Maj Anita Marwah’s full Corps of Engineers Career Talk
- (for ₹ 100 or ₹ $ 1.4) Do a Self Assessment on Corps of Engineers to calculate your Dream Index, which is defined as:
According to Maj Anita Marwah your chances of success in Corps of Engineers is __%
- Access your personalized Dream Index Report which will have all your Dream Indices sorted in descending order.
How to get into
Corps of Engineers?
If you are want to get into Corps of Engineers, start by investing in a Career Plan.
The 14 hour process, guided by a LifePage Career Advisor, will help you introspect and check whether your interest in Corps of Engineers is merely an infatuation or is it truly something you wish to do for the rest of your life.
Next, your Career Advisor will help you document how you can get into Corps of Engineers, what education and skills you need to succeed in Corps of Engineers, and what positives and challenges you will face in Corps of Engineers.
Finally, you will get a Career Plan stating which Courses, Certifications, Trainings and other Items you need to do in the next 7 years to become world’s best in Corps of Engineers.
LifePage Career Plan
14 hour personalized guidance program
Your LifePage Career Advisor facilitates your guided introspection so that you systematically explore various Career options to arrive at a well thought out Career choice.
Next: your Advisor helps you figure out how you will get into your chosen Career and how will you develop the skills needed for success in your Chosen Career.
LifePage Plan will not stop at saying "to become an Architect study Architecture". It will guide you on which Certifications, Trainings and Other items you need to do along with your Architecture education to become the world's best Architect.
Career Plan Testimonials
Links for this Talk
Major Maj Anita Marwah's LifePage:
LifePage Career Talk on Corps of Engineers
(Corps of Engineers, Anita Marwah, Indian Army, Millitary, Armed Services, Millitary Services, Engineering, Defence Services)
The Indian Army is the largest branch of the Indian Armed Forces and is responsible for land-based military operations. Its primary mission is the National Security and Defense of India from external aggression and threats, and maintaining peace and security within its borders.
"I passed out from National Defence Academy in 2000. I served Indian Army for 7 years and In 2007 I took retirement. In 2018 I formed my own Aviation company, Airluxxis Aviation Services."
[Install the LifePage App to access all Talks]