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Friday, April 1, 2011

Indian Navy SSC Officers Technical Branches course January 2012

The Indian Navy

Invites Engineers to Join The Indian Navy as Short Service Commissioned Officers in Technical Branches course commencing - January 2012

Applications are invited from unmarried male candidates who fulfill eligibility condition of Nationality as laid down by the Government of India for grant of Short Service Commissioned (SSC) in Technical [Engineering (E) & Electrical (L) Branches of the Indian Navy for course commencing Jan 2012.

Eligiibility : 

Entry Branch/Cadre : 

1) Technical (General Service)
Age Limit: 19 1/2 to 25 years
Branch )E & L)

2) Submarine Cadre (E & L)
Age Limit: 19 1/2 to 25 years

Born Between (both dates inclusive)
02 Jan 1987 to 01 Jul 1992

Educational Qualification: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering Degree qualified with minimum 60% marks in aggregate from a recognised university with one of the following streams:-

Technical Branch (General Service)
a) Engineering (E)

b) Electrical (L)

Technical Branch (Submarine Cadre)

c) Engineering Branch (Mechanical)
d) Engineering Branch (Electrical or Electronics or Instrumentation and Control or Telecommunication.

Last date to apply" 18th April 2011

About The Indian Navy
Indian Navy (IN), the world’s fifth largest navy and traces its origin to a maritime force established by the East India Company. The forces have been names as under the Bombay Marine, the Indian Navy, and the Indian Marine. Though, it is well-balanced with three-dimensional force comprises of sophisticated missile-capable warships, aircraft carriers, minesweepers, advanced submarines and the latest aircraft in its inventory.

Indian Navy has a separate Aviation Wing that includes the Naval Air Stations and a Fleet Requirement Unit. The  Navy began imparting training for the establishment of its unit as they cater the training of new entry Sailors, apprentices and boys as well as for specialised training of officers and men in mechanical and electrical engineering, gunnery, communication, navigation, anti-submarine and naval aviation etc,. There are also schools for training in seamanship, physical culture, supply and secretariat duties, etc. and also conduct special training for the same.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Sir,
Can you please tell me the level of exams needs to be cleared in order to attend the 5 day interview

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