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Indian Navy SSC Officer recruitment, 2019: Visit joinindiannavy.gov.in to apply online

Indian Navy SSC Officer recruitment, 2019: Visit joinindiannavy.gov.in to apply online

May 20, 2019

Indian Navy invited applications for permanent commission in education branch / short service commission officers for Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET). Only unmarried male candidates are eligilble to take up the entrance test.

 

The successful candidates will be admitted to Naval Orientation Course (NOC) Regular - Pilot / Observer / Air Traffic Controller / Naval Armament Inspectorate Cadre / Logistics / Education / Information Technology / Technical (Engineering & Electrical).

 

Candidates will be inducted as officers in the rank of Sub Lieutenant. Officers of all branches / cadres except the officers of IT will undergo 22 weeks Naval Orientation Course whereas officers of SSC (IT) will undergo four weeks Naval Orientation Course at the Naval Academy, Ezhimala. This will be followed by professional training in Naval Ships and Training Establishments as per extant regulations.

 

• Date Of Opening: May 16, 2019 

• Last Date For Online Application: May 29, 2019

 

Probation period for SSC (NAIC) Officers is three years and for officers of other branches/cadres is two years. The probation period will commence from the date of grant of the rank of Sub Lt and will terminate after three years in respect of SSC (NAIC) and two years for other branches / cadres or on completion of initial training (whichever is later. During probation the officers are liable to be discharged in case of unsatisfactory performance at any stage.

 

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Only unmarried candidates are eligible for training. Any candidate who is found to be married or marries while under training will be discharged from service and shall be liable to refund full pay & allowances drawn by him/her and other expenditure incurred on the candidate by the Government.

 

Selection Procedure

 

1) INET

2) Shortlisting for SSB

 

Merit List & Appointment Letter

 

(i) Merit list will be based on combined marks of INET & SSB.

(ii) Candidates recommended by the SSB and declared medically fit will be appointed for training as per all India merit of each branch / cadre based on availability of number of vacancies in various branches /cadres.

 

Post name & branch wise posts distribution

 

Executive Branch

1) SSC Armament Inspection Cadre (NIAC): 08 Posts

2) SSC ATC: 04 Posts

3) SSC Observer: 06 Posts

4) SSC Pilot (MR): 03 Posts

5) SSC (Pilot other than MR): 05 Posts

6) SSC Logistics: 14 Posts

7) SSC XII: 15 Posts

 

Technical Branch

1) SSC Engineering Branch General Service: 24 Posts

2) SSC Electrical Branch General Service: 18 Posts

 

Education Branch

1) PC Education: 18 Posts

 

Pay Scale

1) Sub Lieutenant: Rs. 56,100/- Rs. 1,10,700/-

2) Lieutenant: Rs. 61,300/- Rs. 1,20,900/-

3) Lieutenant Commander: Rs. 69,400/- Rs. 1,36,900/-

4) Commander: Rs. 1,21,200/- Rs. 2,12,400/-

 

Courtesy: TOI

 

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