Indian Army 10+2 TES Selection Process: Indian Army invites applications from unmarried male candidates for Permanent Commission in 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme Course. Candidates will be selected on the basis of performance in Psychological Test, Group Test and Services Selection Board (SSB) Interview. More details are given below…
(a) Candidates will be shortlisted based on cut % applied as decided by the Rtg Dte.
(b) Shortlisted candidates will be intimated via e-mail/ SMS regarding their Selection Centre allotment.
(c) Once Selection Centre has been allotted, candidates will select their SSB dates on first cum first serve basis by logging on to respective Selection Centre links forwarded via e-mail.
(d) Short listed candidates will be put through Services Selection Board (SSB) interview at Bhopal, Bengaluru or Allahabad. Interviews will be held in Feb/ Mar 2017 onwards.
(e) Duration of SSB interview is five days. During their stay at SSB, Candidates are put through Psychological Tests, Group Tests and an Interview.
(f) Candidates will be put through stage – I of the selection procedure on the first day. Only successful candidates shall be retained for balance of the testing. Candidates who fail to qualify in stage – I, will be returned on the first day itself. Stage I are psychologically originated tests including intelligence test.
(g) Successful candidates at the SSB will be required to undergo medical tests lasting 3 to 5 days less Sundays and gazetted holidays.
(h) Candidates recommended by the SSB and declared medically fit, will be appointed for training in the order of merit, depending on the number of vacancies available.
(i) The finally selected candidates will execute all the Bonds/ Certificates as prescribed for the Cadets of NDA entry under Al 53/78.
(j) Candidates appearing for SSB interview for the first time for a particular type of commission shall be entitled for AC III tier to and fro railway fare or bus fare including reservation cum sleeper charges within the Indian limits. Candidates who apply again for the same type of commission will not entitled to travelling allowance on any subsequent occasion.