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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Indian Navy SSC Officer PILOT/OBSERVER Course January 2012



1. Applications are invited from unmarried Indian citizens for Short Service Commission (SSC) as PILOT/OBSERVER in the Executive Branch of the Indian Navy for Course commencing Jan 2012 at the Indian Naval Academy Ezhimala, Kerala.

2. Age. 19 to 23 years born between 02 Jan 1989 and 01 Jan 1993; both dates inclusive.

Note. Applicants who have FAILED in PABT (Pilot Aptitude Battery Test) earlier are not eligible for Pilot Entry, but can apply for the Observer Entry scheme.

3. Educational Qualifications A graduate degree in any discipline with minimum 60% marks. Should have qualified Mathematics & Physics at 10+2 level.

4. The gender requirement is as follows:-

01 Pilot Men
02 Observer Men & Women

Note:- Candidates who have not completed their Degree (i.e. appearing candidates) need not apply.

5. Physical Standards
(a) Height and Weight. Minimum height for men162.5 cms and for women 152 cm with correlated weight, leg length, sitting height and thigh length.

(b) Eye Sight. The minimum acceptable vision standard for distant vision 6/6, 6/9 correctable to 6/6, 6/6. Should not be colour/night blind.

Note:- There will be no relexation in Physical Standards.


6. Candidates will be inducted under Short Service Commission Scheme. Short Service Commission is granted for a term of 10 years, extendable to 14 years, subject to service requirement and performance/willingness of the candidate. On completion of these tenures, officers are entitled for gratuity under the extant rules. The Officers will be on probation for a period of two years, during which they are liable to be discharged if their performance is unsatisfactory.

7. Pilot Entry. Pilot candidates will be inducted as Cadets and undergo Naval Orientation Course at the Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala. This will be followed by Stage I and Stage -II flying training at the Air Force Academy/Naval establishments. On successful completion of Stage II training the Cadets will be awarded wings and commissioned as Sub-Lieutenants.

8. Observer Entry. Observer candidates will be inducted as officers in the rank of Sub Lieutenant and undergo Naval Orientation Course at the Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala followed by professional training at various Naval Training Establishments/Units/Ships. Full pay and allowances are admissible to officers whilst under training.

9. Training - The training is scheduled to commence in the month of Jan 2012. Only unmarried candidates are eligible to undergo training. Any candidate who is found to be married or marries while under training will be discharged and shall be liable to REFUND full pay & allowances drawn by him/her and expenditure incurred on him/her by the Government.

IMPORTANT - Officers inducted under these schemes will not be given extension beyond fourteen years and will not be eligible for permanent commission.


10. Candidates have the option of submitting application in 'physical format' or e-application' (Online) for this entry. Candidates can only apply in one of the aforementioned formats. Receipt of multiple applications from the same candidate will result in cancellation of his candidature. The candidates desirous of applying online (e-application) can do so from 05 Apr 11 The online application registration will cease on 20 Apr 11.

IMPORTANT. Candidates those who are eligible and willing to APPLY for both the Entries are required to give their PRIORITY as mentioned in Para 13 of the Application Form.

11. Physical Application (by Post):-Application Forms in accordance with the prescribed format (given on website and complete in all respects with superscription on the envelope “APPLICATION FOR SSC PILOT/OBSERVER # - JAN 2012 COURSE Qualification........ Percentage........% are to be sent to the address given below by 29 Apr 2011.


# As Appropriate

Note:- (i) Applications sent by Speed Post/Registered Post/Courier will not be accepted.

(ii) Application not as per Format will be REJECTED.

(iii) Application should be sent along with the following documents:- Self attested photograph, Attested photo copies of 10th & 12th class certificates along with Mark Sheets, other educational certificates and mark sheets of all semesters/years.

12. Online(e-application):- Whilst filling up the e-application, it is advisible to keep the relevant documents readily available to enable the following:-

(a) Correct filling up of personal particulars. Details are to be filled up as given in the Matriculation Certificate.

(b) Fields such as e-mail address, mobile number are mandatory fields and need to be filled.

13. Filling up of e-application:- For filling up application Online visit our website and proceed as follows:-

(a) Click on the "Officer Entry" button under the option 'Apply Online' on the Home Page.

(b) Fill the online registration form for Pilot/Observer Entry. Tips to assist in filling up fields have been provided as you highlight each field.

(c) Before clicking the Submit button it should be checked whether all the details entered in the form are correct as you will not be able to make any corrections after saving the record.

(d) After submitting the form, a 'Roll Number' will be generated by the system and displayed on the screen. This Roll Number will automatically appear on the printout of the form. If the system does not generate the Roll Number, it is an indication of non-acceptance of Application by the system.

(e) Print two copies of this Application Form having the system generated Roll Number. One copy of this Applicaiton Form is to be duly signed and mailed (posted) to Post Box No. 02, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi 110 023 along with the following documents:- Self attested photograph, Attested photo copies of 10th & 12th class certificates along with Mark Sheets, other educational certificates and mark sheets of all semesters/years.

(f) A superscription is to be made on envelope : "ONLINE ROLL NO. ___ APPLICATION FOR SSC PILOT/OBSERVER ## - JAN 2012 COURSE" Qualification ___ Percentage _____%. Application and requisite enclosures must be properly tagged/stapled, IHQ MoD(Navy) will not be responsible for loss of enclosures, if sent loose.

# # As Appropriate

Note:- (i) Final receipt of the printout of the Online Application Form with system generated Roll Number and all documents as mentioned in sub para (e) above (by 29 Apr 2011) will be the final CONFIRMATION of receipt of your Application at IHQ MoD(N). Hence, only filling the application Online/generation of Roll Number does not imply that the candidate has fulfilled all the criteria given in the advertisement.

(ii)Your application is subject to subsequent scrutiny and the application can be rejected, if found INELIGIBLE at any point of time.


14. (a) Candidates will be issued call up for Service Selection Board (SSB) interviews based on their performance in educational qualification. If a candidate possesses higher qualification with better percentage, his higher qualification will be considered for cut off. Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Navy) reserves the right to short-list applications and to fix cut off percentage. No communication will be entertained on this account.

(b) SSB interviews for short-listed candidates will be scheduled from Jul to Nov 2011 at Bangalore.

(c) The total duration of SSB interviews is five days, consisting of stage I (Day one) and stage II (Four days). Stage I Tests, consist of Intelligence Tests, Picture Perception and Group Discussion Tests.Candidates who fail to qualify in Stage I will be sent back on the same day from SSB Centre. Stage II Tests consists of Psychological Tests, Group Task Tests and Interview. Successful candidates will undergo the following:-

(i) For Pilot Cadre - PABT (Pilot Aptitude Battery Tests) followed by Aviation Medical examination.
(ii) For Observer Cadre - Aviation Medical examination

(d) Candidates recommended by the SSBs, cleared PABT (for Pilot Entry) and declared medically fit will be appointed for training based on merit list and depending on the number of vacancies available.

(e) Change of SSB Centre for interview is not permissible.

(f) Any correspondence regarding change of SSB dates be addressed to the President of the SSB on receipt of call up letter and copy endorsed to Directorate of Manpower Planning & Recruitment (OI&R), Room No 204, ‘C’ Wing. Sena Bhavan, IHQ-MoD (N), New Delhi-110011 (Fax No 011-23011282).

(g) No compensation will be paid in respect of any injury sustained as a result of tests.

(h) Return 3rd AC rail fare is admissible for the SSB interview, if appearing for the first time for this entry.

15. Male candidates who do not clear PABT/Aviation medicals and have opted for Short Service Executive (Genral Service) will only be considered for the same, if qualified medically & educationally {BE/BTech/BSc(Phy & Maths)}. This is subject to availability of vacancies and on their position in the merit list.

16. On completion of basic flying training and on award of wings after commission, you would have an opportunity to fly Fixed Wing Aircraft or helicopters. This could be from an aircraft carrier, other ships decks or from an airfield ashore. You would be flying machines at the cutting edge of technology. You would actively participate in all facets of Naval Operations, i.e. Air, surface and sub-surface operations. An honourable, exciting & adventurous life awaits you as a pilot in the Navy.

17. On completion of training, you would be part of the Indian Naval Aviation Arm. Your primary task would be to operate various state of the art equipment including sonics, sonars, radars and communication equipment. You would get an opportunity to participate in all facets of Naval operations onboard the “eyes of the fleet”-the Maritime Patrol aircraft.

20. Cost to Company (CTC). The CTC for a sub Lieutenant would be approximality Rs. 67,000/- per month. This includes Basic Pay, DA, Grade Pay, Military Service Pay, Flying Allowance, House Rent Allowance and Transport allowance. These rates are not statuatory and are subject to change.

21. Privileges. In addition to the CTC mentioned above, Navy provides Free Medical Facilities for Self & dependents, Canteen Facilities, Entitled Ration, Mess/Club/Sports Facilities, FurnishedGovt. Accommodation, Car/ Housing Loan at subsidised rate.

22. Group Insurance & Gratuity. Insurance cover of Rs. 40 lakhs (on contribution) and Gratuity will be granted to the officer as per the latest rules in force.

23. Leave Entitlements. On Commission, officers are entitled to 60 days annual and 20 days casual leave every year (subject to service exigencies). They are also entitled for 40% rail concession to any place and free travel (as per extant rules) for self and family. Leave during training period will be as per the Training Policy in force.

24. Sports & Adventure. The Navy provides facilities to pursue any sport of your liking. In addition, one can learn and participate in adventure sports, such as river rafting, mountaineering, hot air ballooning, hang gliding, wind surfing etc.

25. Physical Fitness. In Naval Academy curriculum, a lot of emphasis is laid on physical fitness. You are therefore, advised to remain fit through physical exercises, sports, running, swimming, etc. so that you meet the training goals successfully.

About Indian Navy
The Indian Navy is one of the naval branch of the Indian armed forces, which is woks in the marine area of the India. Indian Navy come in exists in the 1947 after the independence of the Indian country. Currently Indian Navy has around 56,000 sailors or soldiers on active duty in which 5,000 soldiers are works for the naval aviation branch which controls the flight department, 1,200 soldiers are marine commandos, 1,000 Sagar Prahari Bal soldiers. This all figures make the Indian Navy world's fifth largest navy in terms of man power or in terms of personnel. Currently Indian Navy works with around 170 armor ships and vessels in which aircraft carrier INS Viraat is also included with various operational jet fighters. The motto of the Indian Navy is May the Lord of the Oceans be auspicious unto us. 4th December is the anniversaries day of the Indian Navy.
The main and primary object of the Indian Navy is to secure national maritime borders and tack care the safety of various things which comes under the marine area. Indian government is also use the Navy for the purpose of enhancing the international relations with the help of joint exercises, port visits and humanitarian missions, with the disaster relief activities. One more function or role which is carried out by the Indian Navy is, with the in cooperation with the Indian Coast Guard; ensure good order and stability in India's maritime zones of responsibility.
The headquarters of the Indian Navy is locates at the New Delhi. Indian Navy has various ships and the aircrafts. Destroyers, Frigates, Corvettes, Amphibious warfare vessels, Aircraft Carriers, Submarines, Fleet Tankers, Planned Acquisitions are some of the types of ships which are working in the Indian Navy. Indian Navy has some categories for the better and accurate working. The categories are Administration, Logistics and Material, Training, Fleets, Naval Aviation and Submarines. The base of the Indian Navy is located at the Karwar which is away 100 KM from the Goa. 

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