52nd SSC Tech Men & SSCW (T) 23rd Women NOTIFICATION

Indian Army has issued notification for 52nd SSC Tech Men and 23rd SSC Tech Women course commencing from April 2019 at Officers Training Academy, Chennai.

vacancies :

Eligibility Criteria:

In particular, the Age limit is 20 – 27 years as on 01 April 2019 (Born not earlier than 02 April 1992 and not later than 01 April 1999, both dates inclusive). Moreover, date of birth as entered in secondary school / matriculation will be accepted.

Gender

Both Men & Women

Marital status

Unmarried Men and unmarried Women candidates

Service:

Selected candidates will be given a grant of short service commission in all arms/services of Indian army

Educational Qualification:

In general, candidates who have passed the requisite engineering degree course or are in the final year of engineering degree course are eligible to apply. Selection Procedure:

  1. Shortlisting of application based on the cut off determined by indian army (This is a direct entry and hence there will be no written examination)
  2. Intelligence and Personality test by Service Selection Board (SSB).
  • Merit List of selected candidates

How to apply:

  • Eligible candidates are required to apply online by registering them on www.joinindianarmy.nic.in
  • Also, no other mode is allowed for submission of application.
  • Click on officers entry ‘Apply/Login’ and then click ‘Registration’
  • Follow onscreen instructions for registration and click on ‘Apply Online’ to process the application.

Date of SSB Interview:

After shortlisting of applications the centre allotment will be intimated to the candidates via their email. Moreover, after allotment of selection centre, candidates will have to log in to the website and select their SSB dates on first come first served basis, up to a specified date. The online application can be filled from 12 July 2018 up to 9 Aug 2018 till 1200 HRS Lastly,

Study Material to refer – Click here

Important Note before you apply:

  • Any false information provided will lead to cancellation of candidature
  • He shouldn't have debarred from UPSC
  • He shouldn't have been arrested or convicted
  • Those withdrawn from ima ota afa ina nda on disciplinary grounds are not eligible