Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer, The Indian Navy

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Profile:

The Indian Navy was founded in the year 1947 as the naval branch of the armed force of India. At present, there are approximately 67 thousand personnel on active duty in the navy. It is the fifth largest navy in terms of the personnel in the world. More than 155 vessels are been operated by the Indian Navy including the Aircraft Carrier INS Viraat. The major objective of the Indian Navy is to secure the maritime borders of the country and also to enhance its international relations.

Job Profile:

Candidates are invited to apply for the posts of Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer in Executive Branch (General Service - GS) in the Indian Navy.

Eligibility:

Candidates must be between 19 and a half to 25 years which means they should have been born between 2 July 1986 and 1 January 1992 (both dates are inclusive).

Educational Qualification:

B.Tech or B.E. with atleast 60% marks in aggregate in any discipline is required for applying for the specified posts in The Indian Navy.

No. of posts: Several posts are available in total.

Pay Scale: Selected candidates will get the prescribed salary of Rs. 15600-39100 + Grade Pay of Rs. 5400.

Selection Process:

Candidates will have to face a written test followed by a personal interview examination. Eligible candidates will then have to undergo a medical test.

How to apply: An envelope with superscription “Application for the SSC (GS) ‘X’ - July 2011 Course Qualification_____________ Percentage________________% NCC Certificate_________________” consisting the filled in application form is need to be mailed to the address:

Post Bag No. 4,
Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi - 110011.

Contact Details:

Post Bag No. 4,
Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi - 110011.

Last date to apply: 27 September 2010

For more information visit http://www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

 
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7 Responses to “Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer, The Indian Navy”

  1. 7
    vedant Bhalchandra Patil:

    R/sir I, Vedant, I am student in 9th class i join navy in future please suggest me how to join navy & what can i do join for navy

  2. 6
    prakash:

    I am ssc passed with 45% and belonging to sc cast as well as I am ITI Motor Mechanic certificate holder. I scored 82% in ITI……
    If there is any vacancy for apprenticeship or job please suggest me…….

  3. 5
    prakash:

    I am ssc passed with 45% and belonging to sc cast as well as I am ITI Motor Mechanic certificate holder. I scored 82% in ITI……
    If there is any vacancy please suggest me…….

  4. 4
    ashwini:

    i am student of E&TC engg(girl).i want to join indian navy,so please tell me what are the apportunity for girls in indian navy.& how i can join the indian navy.

  5. 3
    pramod:

    Can M.tech students join Indian Naval force

  6. 2
    Navaneethan:

    is it mandatory that all applicants should be NCC certified ?

  7. 1
    kavitha:

    Hello sir/mam.,
    i’m completed B.E. civil engineering…. i got FIRST CLASS in my B.E…. but i need to study my P.G.. structural engineer can u guide me pls…….. help me ….
    regards
    kavitha