Short Service Commission - NCC job Position in Indian Army
NCC Special Entry Scheme 48th Course (Oct 2020): Short Service Commission (NT) For Men & Women (Including Wards Of Battle Casualties Of Army Personnel)
Applications are invited from unmarried male and unmarried female (including Wards of Battle Casualties of Army Personnel),for grant of Short Service Commission in the Indian Army.
No. of Vacancies :55
(a) NCC MEN. 50 (45 for General Category and 05 for Wards of Battle Casualties of Army personnel only).
(b) NCC Women. 05 (04 for General Category and 01 for Wards of Battle
Casualties of Army personnel only).
Qualification : Degree of a recognized University or equivalent with aggregate of minimum 50% marks taking into account marks of all the years. Those studying in final year are also allowed to apply provided they have secured minimum 50% aggregate marks in the first two/three years of three/four years degree course respectively. Such students will need to secure overall aggregate of minimum 50% marks in degree course if selected in interview, failing which their candidature will be CANCELLED.
Stipend : Rs 56,100/- p.m.
Age Limit : For NCC candidates (including wards of Battle Casualties) 19 to 25 years as on 01 Jul 2020 (born not earlier than 02 Jul 1995 and not later than 01 Jul 2001, both dates inclusive)
Selection Procedure : Integrated HQ of MoD (Army) reserves the right for shortlisting of applications, without assigning any reason. After shortlisting of applications, the Centre allotment will be intimated to candidates via their email. After allotment of Selection Centre, candidates will have to log in to the website and select their SSB dates which are available on a first come first serve basis initially. Thereafter, it will be allotted by the Selection Centres.
How To Apply
Online application will open on 08 Jan 2020 at 1200 hrs and will close on 06 Feb 2020 at 1200 hrs
About Indian Army
The epic history of Indian Army dates back to more than ten thousand chequered years. The two epics of ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ constitute the fundamental framework around which the edifice of Indian Army is built. The massive epic war ‘Mahabharata’, fought at Kurukshetra in north-central India, has left indelible imprints on the Indian psyche. Fought relentlessly for eighteen days in quest of peace, the force level described in the Epic states 18 ‘Akshaunis’, seven with the ‘Pandavas’ and eleven with the ‘Kauravas’, amounting to nearly 400,000 assorted troops fighting on chariots, horses, elephants and foot soldiers.