Indian Army NCC Special Entry Scheme 31st Course-Apr 2012 Short Service Commission (NT) For Men & Women July 2011

Indian Army NCC Special Entry Scheme 31st Course-April 2012 Short Service Commission (NT) has announced admission for Men & Women

The Indian Army is recruiting Men and Women for SSC details of the job are provided below, invites applications for Ncc Special Entry Scheme 31st Course-Apr 2012 Short Service Commission (NT) For Men & Women(Including Widows Of Defence Personnel For Tech And Non-Tech Entry).

Eligibility:
Age between
19 and 25 yrs as on 01 Jan of the yr in which course is due to commence for Apr course and 01 Jul of the yr in which course is due to commence for Oct course
Qualification
Graduate in any discipline with 50% Aggregate marks, 2 Yrs service in NCC Senior Div Army with minimum ‘B’ Grade in ‘C’ Certificate Exam.
Marital Status
Un Married
Application to be Received by
Oct / Nov and Apr / May through NCC Gp HQ/NCC Dte
Likely SSB Date
Nov to Jan for Apr Course and May to July for Oct Course
Date Commencement of Trg
Apr and Oct
Training Academy
OTA, Chennai
Selection Process
(a) All applications as per format given are to be forwarded to Rtg. Directorate (NCC Entry) through HO DG NCC. The NCC Units/Gp HQs will forward the applications to State Directorates who in turn will forward the same to HQ DG NCC.
(b) Thorough screening/ Shortlisting of applications based on qualifications of the candidates will be carried out by the NCC Directorates and HQ DG NCC.
(c) Candidates not in receipt of call letter from any of the Selection Centres for SSB interview should presume that either their applications have been received after due dale or have been found ineligible or rejected during short- listing. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained. Candidates after shortlisting will be detailed for SSB interview by Additional Directorate General of Recruiling. The decision of Headquarter DG NCC and Addl. Dte Gen Rtg in Army HQ, in the matter of Shortlisting and forwarding of applications to SSBs will be final
(d) On arrival at the Selection Centre the candidates will be administered stage-l of the two stage testing procedure. Candidates failing in stage-l will be Sent back on the same day and those who qualify will be detained to undergo Group Tests. Psychological Tests and Interview which will extend for a duration of 5 days,
(e) Candidates recommended by SSBs will be required to go through Medical Exam. Candidates who are found medically fit will be placed in order of merit as per the marks obtained in SSB interview amongst the recommended candidates. Boarding and lodging during interviews at SSBs are free. Recommendation by SSB confers no right of admission to the Officers Training Academy. The final selection will be made as per the order of merit subject to medical fitness and suitability in all other respects and number of vacancies available.
Medical Examination:
Candidates recommended by the Service Selection Board will undergo medical examination by a Board of Service Medical Officers. Women candidates recommended by Service Selection Board will undergo medical examination by a medical board of male/female doctors/ Specialists/Gynecologist. However, there will be a Lady Medical Officer as member the Medical Board for female candidates.
How to apply:
(a) Apply on plain paper as per the format given, duly typed,
(b) Applications should be posted to the nearest OC, NCC Unit from where NCC ‘C certificate has been issued,
(c) Applications of Candidates serving in the Armed Forces duly counter-signed by Commanding Officer should be sent to the OC, NCC Unit from where NCC ‘C certificate has been issued and advance copy be sent direct to DG NCC West Block- IV, RK Puram, New Delhi-11 0066.
Important Dates:
Last date for receipt of application at NCC Bn/Gp HQ-10, 16 Aug. 2011.
Last date for receipt of application at Rtg Dte from Dte Gen NCC-01 Oct 2011
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