Short Service Commission Officer as Pilot/Observer, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Indian Navy, Delhi Apr 2013
Job or Vacancy Description:
Indian Navy invites unmarried Men and Women to join Navy as Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer as Pilot/Observer in Aviation Cadre of Executive Branch Course Commencing – December-2013
Applications are invited from unmarried Male and Female Indian Citizens for Short Service Commission (SSC) Officer as Pilot/Observer in Aviation Cadre of Executive Branch of the Indian Navy for Course commencing December 2013 at Naval Academy.
Pilot/ Observer SSC Officer in the pay scale of Rs.15600-39100 grade pay Rs.5400/-
Age : Between 19 to 24 years (candidates to be born between 02 January 1990 to 01 January 1995; both dates inclusive)
Educational Qualifications : (a) A Graduate Degree in any discipline with minimum aggregate of 70% marks with Physics and Mathematics as main subjects at 10+2 level. (b) for CPL – Graduation with 60% marks with Physics and Maths at 10+2 level.psu jobs
SSC : Short Service Commission is granted for a term of 10 years, extendable to 14 years, subject to service requirements and performance/willingness of the candidate.
How to Apply: Apply Online at Indian Navy . Take 2 print out of the system generated application and one copy along with relevant documents should be send to Post Box no. 02, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi – 110023
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7. High-quality health-care is each one of us would want in case of medical emergency. Rising medical costs and skyrocketing insurance premiums can make it difficult to afford quality medical care.
8. Sailors and Officers enjoy generous leave time. As a sailor you are entitled to 60 days annual leave and 30 days casual leave. Officers are entitled to 60 days annual leave and 20 days casual leave. You can also accumulate 30 days of leave in a year which you can en cash at the time of retirement.
Tentative Last Date: 27-04-2013
About the organization:
The Indian Navy is a well balanced and cohesive three dimensional force, capable of operating above, on and under surface of the oceans efficiently safeguarding our national interests.The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) exercises operational and administrative control of the Indian Navy from Integrated Headquarters of MOD(Navy). He is assisted by the Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (VCNS) and three other Principal Staff Officers, namely the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS), the Chief of Personnel (COP) and the Chief of Material (COM).The Western and the Eastern Naval Command are operational commands and exercise control over operations in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal respectively. The Southern Command is designed as the Training Command.
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