What is Army promotion point system?
Army promotion system was introduced in the Army in 2011, when promotion was given to all officers irrespective of rank and rank promotion was increased to a maximum of five promotions per year.
It has now become mandatory to have at least five promotions to be promoted to the rank of major.
A new rank promotion is awarded in lieu of promotion points for officers below the rank, up to and including the rank promotion.
The promotions given by the Army to officers above the rank are based on the rank they are currently in and not their promotion.
There is also no cap on promotions.
It is important to note that promotions to the senior grade are based not on rank, but on merit.
Rank promotions are not given to officers who have been promoted up to their rank.
The Army also introduced promotions to junior grade officers.
They were given promotions to their original rank in lieu and are now eligible for promotion up to the junior grade, up the senior rank, and beyond.
The Army also has a promotion system to allow officers to gain promotion on merit if they have completed their basic training.
For instance, a senior officer may receive promotion to the second rank if he or she has completed training at the same rank as the first rank.
This is an incentive to continue training at a higher rank.
Similarly, a junior officer who has completed basic training at rank A, and has achieved promotion to rank B, may also get promotion to A rank if the second and subsequent rank promotion are based solely on merit and the promotion to B rank is not based on rank.
The promotion system has become an issue in the Defence Force as there are issues with the system.
According to an officer with extensive experience in the armed forces, it is very difficult for senior officers to get promoted up the ranks, even when the Army has been offering promotions to senior officers.
He said, “The promotions system is an issue for me.
It takes time to get promotion.
In the Army, promotions can be given in lieu.
There was no limit to the number of promotions you could receive, as long as you have earned them.
But if you have not earned any promotion, you have to wait until the Army gives you a promotion to another rank.
It doesn’t help any officer, as he or her is stuck at a rank.”
He added, “If an officer does not receive promotion in the future, the Army will be forced to give them a promotion in lieu if they are promoted.
If they don’t get promoted, the army will take care of them, but they will not be able to keep promotions.
The promotion system is not fair.”
The officer said, “[In the Army] the promotions system can be very unfair.
You can get promoted at rank D, but you are not promoted at D rank.
I can’t even get promoted to rank C or C rank.
There are no caps on promotion.
If I get promoted from rank C to D, it would not affect my promotion at rank C, but it will affect me if I get a promotion from rank D to C.”
In a statement, an Army spokesperson said, “…the Army promotes all officers to rank of majors.
The senior rank promotion system for officers is the same for all ranks.
All promotion awards are based upon the rank you are in.”
They also said, ‘The promotion is based on merit, which is determined by your performance, achievements, and the Army’s mission, and not on your rank.
In addition, promotions are based only on merit at the senior level.
If you have achieved promotion and have been given promotion to a higher-rank, you may not get promoted beyond the higher-ranking rank.
Therefore, promotions to higher ranks cannot be based on promotion points.’