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Friday, April 1, 2011

Indian Navy Short Service Commissioned SSC Officers Course Jan 2012

The Indian Navy

Invites Engineers to Join The Indian Navy as Short Service Commissioned Officers in Technical Branches course commencing - January 2012

Applications are invited from unmarried male candidates who fulfill eligibility condition of Nationality as laid down by the Government of India for grant of Short Service Commissioned (SSC) in Technical [Engineering (E) & Electrical (L) Branches of the Indian Navy for course commencing Jan 2012.

Eligiibility : 

Entry Branch/Cadre : 

1) Technical (General Service)
Age Limit: 19 1/2 to 25 years
Branch )E & L)

2) Submarine Cadre (E & L)
Age Limit: 19 1/2 to 25 years

Born Between (both dates inclusive)
02 Jan 1987 to 01 Jul 1992

Educational Qualification: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering Degree qualified with minimum 60% marks in aggregate from a recognised university with one of the following streams:-

Technical Branch (General Service)
a) Engineering (E)

b) Electrical (L)

Technical Branch (Submarine Cadre)

c) Engineering Branch (Mechanical)
d) Engineering Branch (Electrical or Electronics or Instrumentation and Control or Telecommunication.

Last date to apply" 18th April 2011

About The Indian Navy
Indian Navy

The Indian Navy has a grand history starting from 1612 when a small local navy force was formulated by the British out of sheer necessity to combat the invading Portuguese. The first fleet was formed at Swally near Surat in Gujarat. Over a period of time, the wing got renamed several times like – the Bombay Marine, Her Majesty’s Indian Marine and The Royal Indian Marine. By the end of 1892 the group had 50 vessels and reportedly took active part in the First World War.

Sub Lieutenant D.N. Mukherji was the first Indian to join the Royal Indian Marine as an Engineer Officer in 1928. Again the Royal Indian Marine was re-organised into the Royal Indian Navy in 1934. The fleet also bagged the ‘King’s Colour’ the next year, in recognition of its tremendous services. By the end of II World War, the fleet had 117 combat vessels and 30,000 personnel. At the time of attaining Independence, The bitter partition post freedom left the Indian Navy divided into two parts. The prefix of ‘Royal’ was dropped from the Royal Indian Navy only in the year 1950, January 26th when India became a Republic. The first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Navy was Adm Sir Edward Parry, KCB who passed on the baton to Adm. Sir Mark Pizey, KBE, CB, DSI in 1951. Adm Pizey also became the first Chief of the Naval Staff in 1955. However the first Indian Chief of the Naval Staff was Vice Admiral R.D. Katari who assumed office on April 22, 1958.

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