Updates for Exservicemen 29 April 2024 – Digital Sainik Boards

Every year, large number of Defence Personnel including Officers become Ex-servicemen belongs to various states of India. Majority of them retire at young age between 30 to 45 years to maintain the youthful profile of the Armed Forces. They constitute a national asset and a vast human reserve which is disciplined, trained and of exacting standard. This vibrant human resources available in all states of India , if untapped will be a wastage, which we can’t afford.

The Rajya Sainik Boards and Zila Sainik Boards, cater to the needs of Approx 25 Lakh Ex-servicemen & Widows (excluding their dependents). It looks after the welfare of approximately 30 Lakh members. For the Rehabilitation of Ex-servicemen, Widows and their dependents, it was felt necessary to computerize and digitize the available data and bring it on an interactive website so that the information could be made available to everybody.

Initiative has been taken by all states to do the needful for digitalisation of Sainik Boards.

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