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Indian Navy SSC Officer Selection Procedure

Indian Navy SSC Officer Selection Procedure: Indian Navy recruits Short Service Commissioned Officers under University Entry Scheme (UES) in Technical/Executive Branches. The selection procedure followed by Indian Navy has been detailed below…

Indian Navy Selection Procedure Details: Indian Navy SSC Officers’ Selection Process is based on SSB Interview conducted by Naval Campus Selection Team. Final selection will be decided by IHQ-MoD (Navy) at Bangalore/Bhopal/Coimbatore between Dec 12 to Apr 13 for Final Year Engineering students and Apr 13 to Jul 13 for Pre-Final Engineering students. The selection process will be conducted in two stages…

Selection Procedure:

1. Stage I: Stage I comprises of Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) Test, Picture Perception and Discussion Test (PPDT) which will be conducted of the first day.

2. Stage II: Those candidates who qualify in Stage I will have to appear for Tests in Stage II. Stage II comprises of Psychological Testing, Group Task, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

3. Final Selections: Those candidates who qualify in Stage II will be selected finally on the basis of Special Medical Examination. Candidates who have qualified in both stages and who are proven to be Medically Fit, will be eligible for Training.

Note: Those qualifying candidates applying for Pilot Entry must appear for PABT (Pilot Aptitude Battery Test) followed by Aviation Medical, in addition and those applying for Observer Entry must appear for Aviation Medical, in addition.

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  1. I am pursuing 2nd year Intermediate. Am i eligible for the post of SSC Officers?

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