Gorkha Regiment Pre-Training Classes
11 Gorkha Rifles is a regiment in the Indian Army that was raised after independence through a Tripartite Agreement between the governments of India, Nepal, and Britain on 9th November 1947. The agreement resulted in the transfer of the 2nd, 6th, 7th, and 10th Gorkha Rifles to the British Army. Since a large number of soldiers from the 7th and 10th Gorkha Rifles opted against the transfer and hailed from Eastern Nepal, it was decided to re-raise 11 Gorkha Rifles. The regimental center was established at Palampur, the former training center of 7 Gorkha Rifles. In 1948, three units were raised, and later one battalion was raised in 1960. After the Sino-Indian Conflict in 1962, the remaining three battalions were raised. The regiment has a rich history and is known for the bravery and fighting qualities of its soldiers.
Gurkha Action Pre-Military Training Academy offers pre-training for Nepalese youth who aspire to join the Gorkha regiment. The academy provides physical training, educational classes, interview preparation, sports activities, youth career counseling, self-defense classes, and personality development courses to prepare students for the rigorous selection process. With a focus on result-oriented mindset and a dedicated team of experienced trainers, Gurkha Action is committed to shaping the future soldiers of the Gorkha regiment.
Join Gurkha Action Pre-Military Training Academy today and take the first step towards a rewarding career with the Gorkha Regiment. Our experienced instructors and comprehensive training program will ensure that you are fully prepared for the challenges ahead.
Selection Process After Pre-Training With Gurkha Action
- Minimum 17.6yrs and Maximum 21yrs of age
- The minimum education requirement for Gorkha Regiment is completion of SEE with a minimum grade of D+.
- Height: 157cm minimum
- Weight: 48 Kgs minimum
- Chest: 32 cm (Expand : 2cm)
- Eyes: No Glassses, Contacts or Surgery
- Nagariktako Praman Patra (NPP).
- Parents' original NPP.
- SLC / SEE passed documents