Indian army has started the online registration for the NCC 49 special entry scheme from 30 Dec 2020 till 28 Jan 2021. Candidates with NCC C certificate can apply for the NCC 49 course which is going to commence at OTA Chennai in April 2021. Defense aspirants with NCC “C” Certificate can apply for the latest NCC C Certificate Special Entry to join the Indian Army as an officer.
Applications are invited from unmarried male and unmarried female (including Wards of Battle Casualties of Army Personnel), for grant of Short Service Commission in the Indian Army.
Eligibility criteria :
It is mandatory for the candidate to be a citizen of India.
Candidates who are residing in Bhutan, Nepal, or Tibet. But if they are indigenous to India, then those candidates can also fill this application form.
Candidates of Indian origin who are residing in countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Verma, Malaviya, Vietnam, United Nations Tanzania, etc. They can apply for NCC Entry by getting the residence certificate issued by the Government of India.
(NCC special entry course 49th)
2)Academic qualification for NCC special entry course 49th: –
For NCC certificate C holders : –
The candidate should have a degree from a recognized university. It is mandatory to have minimum of 50% marks in all year’s mark sheets.
Candidates who are studying in the final year. They can also fill this application form. But they should have minimum of 50% marks in their first 2/3 years (according to the duration of the course).
Candidates who have obtained a Bachelor’s degree. He has to send his certificate and copy of mark sheet to the provisional or degree certificate of director-general of recruitment by 1 April 2021.
Candidates who are currently studying in the final year of graduation. They have to send the certificate of passing the bachelor’s degree by 1 April 2021 to the nearby Directorate General of Recruitment.
Candidates should have experience of serving in the NCC Senior Division for at least 2 academic years.
For NCC candidates (including wards of Battle Casualties) 19 to 25 years as of 01 Jan 2021 (born not earlier than 02 Jan 1996 and not later than 01 Jan 2002, both dates inclusive).
Candidates should note that the date of birth as recorded in the Matriculation/Secondary School Examination Certificate or an equivalent certificate on the date of submission of applications will only be accepted and no subsequent request for its change will be considered or granted.
How to Apply :
Applications will only accept online on the website www.joinindianarmy.nic.in
Selection Procedure :
Shortlisting of Applications: Integrated HQ of MoD (Army) reserves the right for shortlisting of applications, without assigning any reason. After the shortlisting of applications, the Centre allotment be intimated to candidates via their email.
Only shortlisted eligible candidates will undergo SSB at Selection Centres, Allahabad (UP), Bhopal (MP), Bangalore (Karnataka), and Kapurthala (PB).
Candidates will put through the two-stage selection procedure. Those who clear Stage I will go to Stage II. Those who fail in stage I will return on the same day.
Candidates recommended by the SSB declared medically fit will issued a joining letter for training in the order of merit, depending on the number of vacancies available, subject to meeting all eligibility criteria.
NCC MEN. 50 (45 for General Category and 05 for Wards of Battle Casualties of Army personnel only).
NCC Women. 05 (04 for General Category and 01 for Wards of Battle Casualties of Army personnel only).
For Wards of Battle Casualties of Army Personnel Eligibility Criteria : The vacancies under wards of battle casualties are available to wards (unmarried sons and unmarried daughters including legally adopted) of Battle casualties specified as:-
(1) Killed in action
(2) Died of wound or injuries (Other than self-inflicted).
(3) Wounded or Injured (Other than self-inflicted).
Educational Qualification :
Degree of a recognized University or equivalent with aggregate of minimum 50% marks taking into account marks of all the years.
NCC ‘C’ certificate NOT required for Wards of Battle Casualties.
Details of Documents to be provided in the Application Form The ‘Battle Casualty’ certificate no. issued by Manpower (Policy & Planning) Directorate (MP Dte) certifying that the parent has been killed/wounded/reported missing in action. A copy of MP Dte / Respective Regimental Records Part II Order no. notifying injuries and being classified as ‘Battle Casualty’. Relationship Certificate No. issued by MP 5 & 6 / Respective Regimental Records.
SSB Coaching Course by Dehradun Defence Academy :
Dehradun Defence Academy is a multifaceted Institute, the spectrum of our activities spans Personality and Aptitude Assessment, Leadership and Team Building and Soft Skills Development. A series of interventions based on self evaluation, team dynamics and intra-group activities have been evolved by Dehradun Defence Academy’s SSB team. Dehradun Defence Academy have evolved a process to first understand what you are – We analyse your strength and weaknesses and thereafter work upon to evolve and overall personality that genuinely fits that of an officer in the Indian Armed Forces. A candidate is not tutored but trained to think and act pragmatically, efficiently and effectively for his entire lifetime.
Dehradun Defence Academy is best known for SSB Coaching in dehradun, SSB Interview Coaching, Aptitude Testing and Counselling, Assessment Center and Competency Mapping. Dehradun Defence Academy team of Psychologists, GTO’s and Interviewing officers identifies the strength of a candidates and then work upon enhancing these qualities to make them prominent and hence noticeable at the selection centre. Therefore Dehradun Defence Academy students don’t fake themselves at the SSB by giving mugged up replies and invariably face rejection. Dehradun Defence Academy procedure is unlike others and is aimed at optimising your chances of success making SSB a pleasant experience.
SSB Team of Dehradun Defence Academy :
GROUP CAPTAIN AMITABH RAI (retd.) : SPECIALISE IN : SSB COACHING
He heads the SSB department of the DEHRADUN DEFENCE SCHOOL. He has served as a GTO at Mysore for 4 years and as a senior GTO at Dehradun, was an instructor at NDA for 2.6 years. He was the director of world military games 2007. He has also represented India at world university games at Canada in 1983 and won bronze in 200 meters. As an assessor and a mentor he has no parallel.
CAPTAIN PURAN THAPA: SPECIALISE IN : PHYSICAL TRAINING
An ex special forces para commando , he takes care of the strength and conditioning of the aspirants. He has prepared a healthy regimen suitable for the age group of the aspirants and theystart their morning at 5:30 am in with Puran sir. Discipline is on the top of his “ to be ingrained” list.