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3 Ways To Become An OFFICER After 12th

3 Ways To Become An Officer After 12th

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Donning the uniform is a dream of every defence aspirants. However few are unaware of the various defence entries after 12th. In this article we will discuss about the ways to become an officer after 12th standard.

1. National Defence Academy

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Indian Navy Cadets At National Defence Academy

When is the exam? – UPSC conducts NDA written exam twice a year in the month of April and September.

When do I apply? – Apply in December for April exams and June for September exams.

Where do I apply? – Apply at www.upsc.gov.in

How many vacancies? – For each course there are 200+ vacancies for Army, 70+ vacancies for Air Force and 40+ vacancies for Navy.

What is the education criteria? – You need to pass your 12th examination with any stream. Be it science, commerce, humanities.

What should be the age? – You should not be less than 16.5 years and not more than 19.5 years at the time of joining the course.

What is the duration of training? – You will be trained for 3 years at NDA khadakwasla and 1 year at IMA/INA/AFA based on your preference of service.

Will there be any expenses during training? – No, All expenses will be borne by the Government of India. You on the other hand will receive monthly stipend.  

2. TES 10+2 (Technical Entry Scheme)

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Officers Training Academy, Gaya

When is the exam? – There are no exam. It is a direct SSB entry

How many vacancies? – There are 90 vacancies. This entry is only for INDIAN ARMY

What is the education criteria? – Passed 10+2 with minimum 70% aggregate in PCM. Candidate must have appeared for JEE Mains.

When do i apply? – Apply in May/June and Oct/Nov

Where do i apply? – Apply at www.joinindianarmy.nic.in

What should be the age? You should not be less than 16.5 years at the time of joining the service (course) and not more than 19.5 at the time of joining the course.

What is the duration of training? – You will be trained for 1 year at OTA Gaya and 4 Years at CME Pune/MCTE Mhow/MCEME Secunderabad

Will there be any expenses during training? – No, All expenses will be borne by the Government of India. You on the other hand will receive monthly stipend.  

3. 10+2 B.Tech Entry (Indian Navy)

Passing Out Parade At Indian Naval Academy

When is the exam? – There are no exam. It is a direct SSB entry

How many vacancies? – The vacancies are subjected to the requirement.

What is the education criteria? – Passed Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 Pattern) or its equivalent examinations from any Board with at least 70% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM – Passing in each subject mandatory) and at least 50% marks in English (either in Class X or Class XII) Candidates who have appeared for JEE (Main) exam. Call up for Service Selection Board (SSB) will be issued on basis of JEE (Main) All India Rank

When do i apply? – Apply in June and Nov

Where do i apply? – Apply at www.joinindiannavy.gov.in

What should be the age? – You should not be less than 16.5 years and not more than 19.5 at the time of joining the course.

What is the duration of training? – You will be trained for 4 year at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala

Will there be any expenses during training? – No, All expenses will be borne by the Government of India. You on the other hand will receive monthly stipend.  

These were the 3 ways to become officer after 12th standard. Candidates are advised to subscribe to the notifications in order to receive timely notifications.

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