Indian Navy Recruitment 2017: Short Service Commission (SSC) Officer Post
Indian Navy has announced advertisement for Short Service Commission (SSC) Officer in Executive Branch viz (General Service/ Hydro) & Technical Branch (General Service) of Indian Navy for Jan 18 Course at Indian Naval Academy (INA) Ezhima, Kerala.
Name of the Course: Short Service Commission Officer in Executive Branch viz (General Service/ Hydro) & Technical Branch (General Service) Jan 18.
Required Qualification: Applicants should have possessed BE/ B.Tech in any discipline for Executive Branch, BE/ B.Tech in Marine/ Mechanical/ Aeronautical/ Production/ Metallurgy/ Control/ Electrical or Electronics/ Telecommunications/ Computer Science/ Instrumentation/ Instrumentation & Control/ Automation & Robotics/ Industrial Engineering & Management/ Automotive/ Mechtronics/ Aerospace & BS Marine Engineering for Engineering Branch (General Service), BE/ B.Tech in Elecrtrical/ Electronics/ Telecommunication/ Computer Science/ Power Engineering/ Electrronics & Communication/ Control System Engineering/ Power Electronics/ Instrumentation/ Instrumentation & Control Engineering/ Electronics & Instrumentations for Electrical Branch (General Service) for Technical Branch.
Required Age Limit: Born Between 02 Jan 1993 & 01 Jul 1998 (Both dates inclusive).
Mode of Selection: Would depend on Intelligence Test, Picture Perception & Discussion Test, Psychological Test, Group Test, Interview.
Process to Apply: Applicants should apply online by official website of Indian Army www.joinindiannavy.gov.in
Important Dates To Apply:
- Starting Date for Online Registration of Application:23-January-2017
- Closing Date for Online Registration of Application: 22-February-2017
Link Details of Advertisement and Application Form : Getting more information on official recruitment notification, you should visit here http://www.joinindiannavy.gov.in
The Indian Navy is active from the year 1830. It is known by everyone that the Naval Branch of the Indian Army Force is Indian Navy. To protect the British shipping the Indian navy has established East India Company’s Marine. But till the year 1830 it was known as Majesty Indian Navy. In the year 1934 it was renamed to Royal Indian Navy. But after the independence in the year 1950, it got it real name as Indian Navy.
The main aim of the Indian Navy is to give full security to Marine of our country. The Navy also come in great help to maintain the good international relationship through the missions which also includes disaster relief. The Chief of the Naval Staff is Admiral Sunil Lanba PVSM, AVSM, ADC. The Vice Chief of the Naval Staff is Vice Admiral Karambir Singh AVSM. There are totally 3 command which are operating by our Indian Army. Flag Officer Commanding in Chief is heading each Command. The rear admiral is commanding the Eastern and Western Command and Flag Officer Sea Training is commanding the Southern naval Command.
There is also one other Command which is Andaman and Nicobar Command that is located at Port Blair. This Command was established in the year 2001. The Indian Navy is providing very well training to their staffs. All the officer training is taking place in Kerala the place called Ezhimala. The main mission of the Indian Army is to safeguard the Maritime trade. There comes many vacancies in the Indian Army. The interested candidates can apply for the job from the own site of Indian Army. From the site candidate can get all the information about the qualification and limit.