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There are two Officers Training Acadmies one is at Chennai and another one which is recently raised is in Gaya.
OTA provides training to Men as well as Women to mould them into potential leaders. The training at the academy imparts leadership qualities, moral values, mental and physical toughness, a spirit of adventure and a will to win in the cadets. On completion of training the cadets are commissioned in Indian Army with Short Service Commission and Permanent Commission (10+2 TES Entry).
The Academy transforms young men and women into dynamic and vibrant officers who can serve their nation at the time of War and Peace. The officers are trained for 49 weeks in which they learns to perform effectively while guarding national frontiers, assisting civil administration during natural calamities, quelling internal disturbances, countering low intensity conflicts and participating in peacekeeping missions. OTA is well equipped with mordern IT infrastructure.
Both Men and Women cadets enjoy a very good life, their life has discipline at top priority. Both Chennai and Gaya academy is well equipped to provide a comfortable life to cadets.
SSC (Tech) Men - For Indian Army
SSC (Tech) Women - For Indian Army
CDSE - conducted twice in a year
10+2 TES - Technical entry scheme
JAG Men - Male Law graduate
JAG WOMEN - Female Law graduate
SSCW(NCC) Entry - NCC special entry for women
Officers Training Academy Chennai is spread in area of 750 acres, the academy is well equipped with modern art and infrastructure which helps to transform the Young men and women in dynamic warriors.
Officers Training Academy Gaya was raised in July 2011 and it is the third pre commission training academy of Indian Army. With 800 acres of campus in a hilly terrain of Paharpur the academy is marching forward with a motto of Shaurya, Gyan, Sankalp.
Following are some of the notable alumni of OTA
Major Ramaswamy Parameshwaran, Lieutenant Rajeev Sandhu, Second Lieutenant S.S. Samra, Kuldip Singh Chandpur, Major Jasram Singh, Capt J.S. Raina, Major K.G. Chatterjee, Second Lieutenant C.A. Pithawalla, Major Padmapani Acharya, Lieutenant Balwan Singh, Major Sonam Wang Chuk and Lieutenant Keishing Clifford Nongrum.