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Indian Navy SSC Officer Recruitment 2022 – For 217 Posts

The Indian Navy is accepting applications from qualified, unmarried men and women for the Short Service Commission (SSC) programme at the Indian Naval Academy (INA), Ezhimala, Kerala, beginning in June 2023. The deadline for online application submission is November 6, 2022.

Indian Navy SSC Officer Vacancies

General Service [GS(X)]/ Hydro Cadre56
Naval Air Operations Officer15
Engineering Branch [General Service (GS)25
Electrical Branch [General Service (GS)]45
Naval Constructor14

Indian Navy SSC Officer Educational Qualification 

Candidates must have completed their studies or be in their final year and have earned a minimum of 60% overall or an equivalent CGPA from a university established by an act of the Central or State Legislature of India, from another educational institution created by an act of Parliament, or from an institution that has been designated as a university or an autonomous university under the UGC Act of 1956.

General Service [GS(X)]/ Hydro CadreBE/B.Tech in any discipline with minimum 60% marks.
ATCBE/B.Tech with minimum 60% marks. (60% aggregate marks in class X and XII and minimum 60% marks in English in class X or class XII).
Naval Air Operations OfficerBE/B.Tech with minimum 60% marks. (60% aggregate marks in class X and XII and minimum 60% marks in English in class X or class XII).
PilotBE/B.Tech with minimum 60% marks. (60% aggregate marks in class X and XII and minimum 60% marks in English in class X or class XII).
LogisticsBE/B.Tech in any discipline with First Class orMBA with First Class, orB.Sc / B.Com / B.Sc.(IT) with First class alongwith PG Diploma in Finance / Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Material Management, orMCA / M.Sc (IT) with First Class
Education60% marks in M.Sc. (Maths/Operational Research) with Physics in B.Sc
60% marks in M.Sc. (Physics/Applied Physics) with Maths in B.Sc
60% marks in M.Sc. Chemistry with Physics in B.Sc.
BE / B.Tech with minimum 60% marks in Mechanical Engineering
BE / B.Tech with minimum 60% marks (Electronics & Communication/ Electrical & Electronics/ Electronics & Instrumentation/ Electronics & Telecommunications/ Electrical)
60% marks in M Tech from a recognized University/Institute in any of the following disciplines: Manufacturing / Production Engineering / Metallurgical Engineering/ Material Science
Engineering Branch [General Service (GS)BE / B.Tech with minimum 60% marks in (i) Mechanical/Mechanical with Automation (ii) Marine (iii) Instrumentation (iv) Production (v) Aeronautical (vi) ) Industrial Engineering & Management (vii) Control Engg (viii) Aero Space (ix) Automobiles (x) Metallurgy (xi) Mechatronics (xii) Instrumentation & Contro
Electrical Branch [General Service (GS)]BE / B.Tech with minimum 60% marks in (i) Electrical (ii) Electronics (iii) Electrical & Electronics (iv) Electronics & Communication (v) Electronics & Tele Communication (vi) Tele Communication (vii) Applied Electronics and Communication (AEC) (viii) Instrumentation (ix) Electronics & Instrumentation (x)Instrumentation & Control (xi) Applied Electronics & Instrumentation (xii) Power Engineering (xiii) Power Electronics.
Naval ConstructorBE/B.Tech with minimum 60% marks in (i) Mechanical/ Mechanical with Automation (ii) Civil (iii) Aeronautical (iv) Aero Space (v) Metallurgy (vi) Naval Architecture (vii) Ocean Engineering (viii) Marine Engineering (ix) Ship Technology (x) Ship Building (xi) Ship Design

Indian Navy SSC Officer Tenure

Short Service Commissions will be given to chosen candidates for an initial period of 10 years that can be extended by a maximum of 04 years over the course of two terms (02 years plus 02 years), depending on the candidates’ willingness, performance, and medical eligibility.

Indian Navy SSC Officer Selection Procedure

  • The preference of entries and normalised marks earned by candidates in the qualifying degree will be used to select applications for further consideration. 
  • The Join Indian Navy website contains formulas that will be used to normalise the candidates’ qualifying degree marks.
  • The marks earned up to the fifth semester will be taken into consideration for SSB shortlisting for candidates who have finished or are enrolled in their final year of BE/B.Tech. A degree programme that is not in engineering.
  • The marks earned during each semester will be taken into consideration for candidates who have earned an MCA, MBA, MA, M.Sc, B.Sc, or a B.Com degree. 
  • The shortlisting process for candidates who are in their final year will be based on their pre-final year performance.
  • Candidates who make the final merit list must send an email to demonstrating that they have earned a qualifying degree with at least 60% of the required marks. 
  • Candidates who don’t meet the requirements won’t be allowed to join the Academy.
  • No correspondence in this regard will be accepted.
  • Candidates who have been shortlisted will be notified via email or SMS if they have been chosen for an SSB interview (provided by candidates in their application form). 
  • It is advised that candidates wait to change their mobile or email address until the selection process is complete.

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