SSC Officer Dental Corps, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at INDIAN ARMY, Delhi Aug 2013
Job or Vacancy Description:
Grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in Army Dental Corps Entry 2013
Applications are invited from Indian Nationals for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in Army Dental Corps.
SSC Officer Dental Corps : 37 posts, Pay Scale : PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 grade pay Rs.6100 MSP Rs.6000/- plus NPA @25% , Qualification : Candidate must be BDS (with min. 55%) marks in final year/ MDS from a recognised College/University. (ii) Should have completed one year rotary internship, Age : 45 years
(a) Short-listing for interview: Candidates found eligible will be shortlisted based on their Final year BDS marks and attempts taken in Final year BDS. Short-listed candidates will be called for interview.
(b) Medical Examination: Candidates provisionally placed on merit list after interview by Selection Board will be brought before a Medical Board for ascertaining their Medical Fitness. The decision of the Medical Board will be final.
How to Apply : Candidates should apply to the Director General Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS/ DENTAL), Room No. 12, ‘L’ Block, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi -110001, on a plain paper giving particulars in the prescribed application form so as to reach by 31/08/2013.
1. Attested Copies of the following should be enclosed with the application and originals should be brought at the time of interview: (a) BDS & MDS degrees. (b) Matriculation Certificate for proof of Date of birth. (c) BDS final year mark-sheet.
2. Candidates are required to use identical passport size recent photographs (05 more photographs will be required, in case you are short listed and called for interview).
3. Enclose one self-addressed post card for acknowledgement.
4. Enclose one self-addressed envelope of size 23 cms x 10 cms with Rs.6/- postal stamps affixed for sending you reply.
5. No Demand Draft/cheque is required along with application
6. Candidates must be BDS/MDS (with minimum 55% marks in final year BDS) from a College/University recognized by Dental Council of India (DCI). Should have completed one year rotatory Internship recognized by DCI by 31 Aug 2013.
7. The candidates on commissioning in AD Corps will be granted rank of Capt in the pay scale PB-3 (15600-39100). They will be entitled Grade Pay of Rs 6100/-, Military Service Pay (MSP) of Rs 6000/-, Non-practicing Allowance (NPA) at the rate of 25% of the Band pay+Grade Pay+MSP and DA as admissible.
8. SSC officers are eligible for time scale promotion up to the rank of Lt Col. Permanent Commissioned (PC) officers are eligible for time scale promotion up to the rank of Lt Col, thereafter up to the rank of Lt Gen by selection. Candidates who hold three years MDS Degree will be eligible for three years antedate seniority.
9. Interested candidates should apply on a separate plain paper giving particulars in the application form as per attached specimen format, tothe following address: Director General Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS/DENTAL-2) Room No. 25, ‘L’ Block Ministry of Defence New Delhi-110001
10. The completed applications along with all the necessary enclosures should reach latest by 31 Aug 2013.
Tentative Last Date: 31-08-2013
About the organization:
Grit and experience affect the growth of an institution. Fighting four major wars, insurgency and other low intensity wars has indeed made the Indian Army an eminently and efficient battle trained, war machine. Changing times bring changing needs. Battle training must tell also on the structuring of the army, for it is this function that extracts the most from the assets available, both men and material. A look at the command and structuring of the Indian Army shows how finely these have been tuned to meet India’s threat perceptions, based on the experience of the major wars that it has fought and the present-day geo-political context. The largest standing volunteer Army in the world has never had to scour the populace for draft or conscription. There are always more men eager to don olive green than the demand at any one time. But this does not reflect a situation where a large unemployed workforce would get into uniform to keep body and soul together. More to the point is the basic attitude of our people to the call of arms, discovered also by the British, some three centuries before. There are very many who join up for long service tenures under the colours, by inclination and choice – also familial habit and honour. If a young man or woman, sound of body and mind, and of Indian origin, is inclined to spend most of his useful working years in the kind of desolation that the country’s Field areas’ adjoining the borders provide, can he or she cannot be refused
Room No. 25, ‘L’ Block
Ministry of Defence
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