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The Indian Navy has invited applications from unmarried male/female candidates for grant of Short Service Commission, SSC in Executive Branch (logistics and Law cadre) and from unmarried male candidates for grant of Short Service Commission, SSC in Information Technology Specialisation.
This online recruitment is being held for the course that will start from July 2019 at the Indian Naval Academy Ezhimala, Kerala.
All the interested, eligible candidates are requested to apply through the prescribed format latest by October 5.
Total posts: 35
Name of the post:
SSC Logistics branch: The candidate must possess a degree in either of these courses BE/ BTech, MBA, BSC/ BCom/BSc(IT), MCA, Bachelor of Architecture with a minimum of 60 per cent from a recognised institute or varsity.
SSC in IT branch: The applicant must possess qualification in either of these courses BE/BTech/ Computer Engineering, M.Sc, BSc, MTech, BCA/MCA with 60 per cent of marks.
SSC in Law: The interested candidate must hold a bachelors degree in Law with 55 per cent from a recognised institute/varsity.
The shortlisted candidates will be called for stage I Test (day one) and Stage II Test (four days).
The Stage I test consists of intelligence test, picture perception and discussion test and will be conducted on the first day of arrival at SSB.
The interviews will be held from November 18 to March 19. SSB interviews would be scheduled at Bangalore, Bhopal, Coimbatore, Vishakhapatnam and Kolkata.
How to apply:
All the candidates need to apply online at joinindiannavy.gov.in
Last date to apply: October 5
About the Indian Navy:
The Indian Navy is a well-balanced and cohesive three-dimensional force; capable of operating above, on and under the surface of the oceans -- efficiently safeguarding our national interests.
The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) exercises operational and administrative control of the Indian Navy from the Integrated Headquarters of the Ministry of Defence (Navy).
He is assisted by the Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (VCNS) and three other Principal Staff Officers, namely the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS), the Chief of Personnel (COP) and the Chief of Material (COM).
The Navy has the following three Commands, each under the control of a Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief: