The Indian Navy As Short Service Commissioned
The Indian Navy As Short Service Commissioned Officer in Executive Branch July 2007 Course
1. Applications are invited from unmarried male Indian citizens for Short Service Commission (SSC) in the Executive Branch (General Service) of the Indian Navy for Jul 2007 Course .
2. Age :19 1/2 to 25 years candidates to be born between 02 Jul1982 and 01 Jan1988 (both dates inclusive)
3. Educational Qualifications : Any of the following :-
(a) A graduate with minimum 55% aggregate marks of a recognized University with mathematics and Physics at 10+2 Level
(b) BE/B.Tech(or equivalent) from an institution recognized by AICTE with minimum 55% marks in aggregate in any discipline.
(c) A graduate of a recognized University (with Mathematics and Physics at 10+2 level) holding NCC Naval Wing. Senior Division 'C' Certificate.
4 . Physical Standards :
(a) Height and weight : Minimum height-157 cms with correlated weight.
(b) Eye sight :6/60,6/60 correctable to 6/6,6/12 with glasses .
How to apply
5.Application forms in accordance with the prescribed format and complete in all respects with superscription on the envelop : “ APPLICATION FOR SSC (GS)'X'-JUL 2007 COURSE" Qualification........................... Percentage..................% NCC Certificate...................(If applicable) are to be sent to the address given below by 11 December 2006.
POST BAG NO. 04 RK PURAM PO (MAIN), NEW DELHI-110 066
(a) Application must be, sent in the format given in this advertisement, otherwise it will be summarily rejected.
( b) Application must be accompanied by attested copies of !) 10 th standard certificate for verification of Date of birth and other Educational certificates.(!!) Marks statement of all the semesters/ years for the education qualification of eligibility.
(c) Two self addressed stamped envelope.
(d) Application and requisite enclosures must be properly tagged/stitched by thread only.
(e) Application should be sent through ordinary mail: those sent by Speed Post/Regd Post/Courier will not be accepted.
( Ref: Thozhil Veedhi 20 November 2006)