Life History biography of Sub Maj & Hony Captain Rati Kanta Boro

Life History
 Life History biography of Sub Maj & Hony Captain Rati Kanta Boro

Tangla: Life History of Sub Maj & Hony Captain Rati Kanta Boro, Being a Soldier gives you the opportunity to complete the mission and make a difference in the world. You will also gain leadership experience, as well as a work-life balance that enables you to pursue your personal and professional goals. You will be part of a global family, and you will be provided all of the community amenities you need to raise your family and enjoy life.

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In this section, you will learn about the process of becoming a Soldier, and what you can expect from Basic Combat Training (BCT) and Advanced Individual Training (AIT). You’ll get to hear other Soldiers share stories about the roles they play in the Army and how the Army has changed their lives. Finally, you’ll learn about the important role families play in the Army, and what services they can expect to receive while you are on duty.


The first step to becoming a Soldier is talking to a recruiter. He will guide you through the process of enlistment. Then, you will attend Basic Combat Training (BCT) and learn the ins and outs of being a Soldier. After Basic, you will enter Advanced Individual Training (AIT), where you will learn how to perform your Army job.


When you become a Soldier, you’ll have one of the most important and respected jobs on Earth. That’s why, in and out of uniform, you’ll be expected to live up to certain values and standards. But it’s not all work and responsibility—you’ll have plenty of free time to devote to the things and people you love most. You’ll also enjoy many perks, like great housing and valuable training for your future.


Many people know what the words Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage mean. But how often do you see someone actually live up to them, or commit to them as their core value system? Soldiers learn these values in detail during Basic Combat Training (BCT), from then on they live them every day in everything they do — whether they’re on the job or off. 

With more than 150 different career paths available to Soldiers, the Army offers a huge array of ways to serve your country. But, there are also countless ways Soldiers can relax and enjoy life outside of their duties. Meet some of our Soldiers, learn about their jobs, and find out how they spend their free time.

SOLDIER STORIES: Joint in The Army

 I am born in 1970 in a poor family in Bodo Cast at Assam (BTR) now Udalguri District. 1981 to 1988 Students Life with farming and laboring for self survive. After class 10th passed in 1988 Joint in the Army as a recruit and completed Basic Combat Training (BCT)  for the Army lifestyle. In 1989 joined with Combat Force Unit to protect the country from the enemy. And started duty with Unit as per the using words Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage.

Qualification is done during The  Army Duty 

Civil: BA, PGDCSc(ITI), Men Management.

Mil: MR-I, PC, Int, JLC, LDCT. (Instructors)

UNO Peace Keeping Duty: MONUC (Congo) 2006 to 2007.

Instructor Life: PC Instructor at OTA Gaya and ARC, Shillong. 

Sub Maj Duty at Rashtriya Military School, Ajmer and Misamary Transit Camp. 

Retirement and returned to civil life in May 2022.

Note: Some restrictions on all Army duties place names and performance operations are not mentioned in this biography blog. 

RK Boro

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