- Opportunity to join Indian Navy.
- SSC Recruitment for Officer Posts.
- Apply by 26 June.
Join Indian Navy Recruitment 2021: Indian Navy has released the notification for the recruitment of Short Service Commissioned Officer (Indian Navy SSC Officer). SSC General Service and Hydro Cadre will be recruited in the Navy. Interested and eligible candidates visit the official website of Indian Navy joinindiannavy.gov.in You can apply through online.
A total of 50 vacancies will be filled for the post of SSC Officer in Indian Navy. The last date to apply online for these recruitment is till June 26, 2021. Read the recruitment notification carefully before applying. The direct link of the notification is given below.
The Naval Orientation Course will commence from January 2022 at the Indian Naval Academy (INA) Ezhimala, Kerala. Selected candidates will have to undergo training in two different courses- General Service (Executive) and Hydrography.
Vacancy Details (Indian Navy SSC Officer Vacancy 2021 Details)
SSC General Service: 47 Posts
Hydro Cadre: 3 Posts
Total No. of Vacancies in Indian Navy – 50 Posts
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Who can apply?
Must have passed BE or B.Tech in any discipline from any recognized university with at least 60% marks. OR Candidates who have done Graduation or Post Graduation with minimum 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA can apply. For complete details of educational qualification click on the notification link given below.
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Eligible candidates will be selected on the basis of marks obtained in fifth semester of degree course. Interviews will be conducted by SSB tentatively on July 21 at Bangalore, Bhopal, Visakhapatnam and Kolkata. Merit list will be prepared on the basis of SSB. Candidates who are declared medically fit by SSB will be appointed for training based on entry wise merit list and number of vacancies.