Pre- Recruitment Training

Pre- Recruitment Training


6-12 Month





Every year, millions of youth seek a career in the armed, paramilitary and police forces. However, most never make it past the initial recruitment tests due to lack of guidance, academic coaching and physical training.
The aim of NAPT's training programme is to transform young candidates into academically proficient, physically fit, mentally strong individuals bursting with energy and confidence and ready to face any challenge in life.


  • Syllabus covers training on Mathematics, Science, English and General Knowledge to help you pass written tests with confidence.
  • Mock tests that cover questions from the previous 5 years’ test papers to boost the confidence of candidates.
  • Physical training includes drills, obstacles training, games, sports and meditation.
  • Personality orientation to enhance general awareness, communication skills, improve overall behavioural and learn good manners.
  • Faculty is under the guidance of retired officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Police and other Paramilitary forces.

Academic subjects

  • Physical Training
  • Mathematics
  • Computer
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Science
  • General knowledge
  • Physical training
  • Gym
  • Audio visual learning
  • Safety & risk management
  • Personality development programme

Physical Training

  • I. Jogging - The class is made to jog a distance of 400 meters in 2 minutes thereby bringing the heart rate from resting level to pre exercise level. Jogging is a slow paced run in which the heel usually lands on the ground before the toes.
  • II. Running - After the initial warm up in the form of jogging the class is made to run for 7 minutes. The distance to be covered increases from one table card to the other.
  • III. Recovery - The endurance run is followed by recovery exercises for one minute. The class is made to perform breathing exercises. If time permits then limbering exercises may also be done.
  • I. Skipping – Skipping is done with the help of skipping rope. It is excellent for the muscles of the lower body and it also simulates the cardiovascular (heart – lung) system. The activities are gradually made more difficult from one table card to the next.
  • II. Jumping – The exercise in this set helps in the co-ordination of various muscles group. Activities such as jumping on both feet forward, running broad jump, jump and reach etc., are taught in this part of the table.
  • III. Push Ups – Arms and shoulders are exercised by doing push ups. The number of sets and repetitions are increased in the succeeding table cards.
  • IV. Sprint – Sprint is different from jogging in that you run at a much faster speed. The other difference is that sprinting is done on the toes as against jogging where the heal lands first. The distance is increased with each table card.
  • V. Sit ups - The exercise in this set is meant to develop the muscles of the abdominal region and is performed with varying degrees of difficulty
  • VI. Sprint – The distance is slightly more than the previous sprint activity. The class should not come to an abrupt halt after running but must do so gradually.
  • VII. Rope Climbing – Recruits are taught to climb a vertical rope using hands and feet and to descend using hands. Special attention should be given to correct technique.