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The Indian Army has a unique set of ranks, which stand between non-commissioned officers and commissioned officers. During the British Raj, they were known as Viceroy's commissioned officers, but since the Indian independence movement, they have been called junior commissioned officers.
In other arms (such as infantry) the equivalent is a subedar.
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