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INDIAN NAVY SSC OFFICER JUNE 2017



Indian Navy invites unmarried Men and Women to join Navy as Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer in  Pilot / NAIC for the Course Commencing - June - 2017

Online applications are invited from unmarried Male/Female candidates for Short Service Commission (SSC) Officer as Pilot/NAI    entry of the Indian Navy for Course commencingJube 2017 at Naval Academy.

Pilot / NAI SSC Officer  in the pay scale of Rs.15600-39100 grade pay Rs.5400/- with MSP Rs.6000/-

Age : Between 19 to 24 years (candidates to be born between 02 Jul 1993 to 01 Jul 1998; both dates inclusive) for General candidates, between 19-25 years for CPL Holders (candidates to be born between 02 Jul 1992 to 01 Jul 1998; both dates inclusive) and between 19 and 1/2 -25 years for NAI (candidates to be born between 02 Jul 1992 to 01 Jan 1998; both dates inclusive)

Educational Qualifications : (a) BE / B.Tech. in any discipline with minimum aggregate of 60% for Pilot and 55% for Observer marks with Physics and Mathematics as main subjects at 10+2 level.   For NAI - BE / B.Tech. in the discipline of  Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Production, Instrumentation, IT, Chemical, Metallurgy and Aerospace Engineering with minimum aggregate of 60%.

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