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Indian Navy SSC Recruitment 2021: 181 openings for different branches reported. See details
Indian Navy SSC Recruitment 2021
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Indian Navy SSC Recruitment 2021: 181 openings for different branches reported. See details 


New Delhi: New: In June 2022, the Indian Navy sought applications for a Short Service Commission (SSC) award at the Indian Naval Academy (INA) Ezhimala, Kerala, for courses.

A total of 181 openings for different branches have been reported. The individuals chosen will get training for different branches, managers or specialisations.

Candidates interested may apply online by October 5 2021, on the official website of the Navy joindiannavy.gov.in. On September 21, the online application window will open.

SSC Indian Navy Recruitment 2021 – Details of vacancy:

Service / Framework Hydro – 45 openings

Controller Air Traffic (ATC) – 4 openings
Observer – eight vacancy

Fifteen vacancies pilot

Logistics – 18 holidays

Education – 18 holidays

Industry of Engineering – 27 positions

Electricity industry – 34 openings

Naval Architect – Twelve holidays

Recruitment of Indian Navy SSC 2021 – Eligibility

Applicants who have graduated or in the last year with a minimum CGPA mark of 60% will be allowed to apply. All SSB applicants recommended will have to notify the Indian Navy of the final results by April 30 2022, by e-mail to ID [email protected]

Holders of NCC ‘C’ certificates will be granted a 5% reduction in cut-off marks to nominees.

Indian Navy SSC Recruitment 2021 – Commission Terms & Terms:

In the Sub-Lieutenant, it shall invoke level candidates excluding Merchant Navy. The applicants of the Merchant Navy as Acting Lieutenant will be admitted. The probation term is two years for officers from all branches/cadres.

Initially, the Short Service Commission shall be given to candidates selected for a maximum of 10 years in two terms (2 years + 2 years), subject to the requirement for service, performance, medical eligibility and the applicants’ desire.

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