Indian Navy Short Service Commissioned SSC Officers, The Indian Navy invites unmarried Men or Women engineer candidates to join the Indian Navy as Short Service Commissioned Officers in executive branch (General Service/ Hydro cadre/ Information Technology ) and Technical branch (General Service / Submarine / Naval Architecture) June 20215 courses at Indian Naval Academy (INA) Ezhimala, Kerala.
Candidates must fulfill conditions of nationality as laid down by the Government of India.
Short Service Commissioned Officers
Branch or Specialisation :
Executive (General Service/ Hydro cadre), Executive(Information Technology) , Engineering (E) Branch, Electrical(L) Branch, Engineering Branch, Electrical Branch, Naval Architecture.
Candidates must have completed BE or B.Tech Degree with minimum 65 percent marks in aggregate from a recognized university. or B.Sc, BCA /MCA, M.Sc, M.Tech. Candidates not qualified or appearing in final exam are not eligible to apply. Indian Navy Short Service Commissioned SSC Officers
The candidates should not be colour/night blind & must be physically fit according to following physical standards:
(a) Height and Weight. Minimum height for male – 157 cms and for female – 152 cms with correlated weight.
(b) Eye Sight : details are given in the notification
The candidates applying for the above entries must be aged between 19½ and 25 years i.e. the candidate must be born between 02 Jul 1990 and on 01 Jan 1996, both dates inclusive.
How to Apply:
Candidates are to fill in ‘e-application’ (Online) for this entry. The candidates are to apply online (e-application) from 16th August, 2021. The online application registration will end on 6th September, 2021.
Last date for submission of Applications : 06-09-2021.(Not Official)
Selection Process, Training, pay details and more details are available in the notification.
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