www.nausena-bharti.nic.in is the Indian Navy’s official website. It is inviting online applications from unmarried male and female candidates intending career in Nausena (Indian Navy) as Short Service Commissioned Officers (Pilot (only male) / Observer) in Executive Branch for June 2014 course. The last date to submit online applications to this prestigious course is 18th October, 2013.
What is Indian Navy Short Service Commission and what is it’s initial posting?
Short Service Commission is a 14 year service period as officers in Indian Navy. Candidates qualify in this examination will be inducted as officers under Short Service Commission. Indian Navy Short Service Commission is granted for 10 years which can be extended for further 4 years depending upon the performance and willingness of the candidate. His initial post will be as Sub Lieutenant (SLt) in scale 15600 – 39100 + GP 5400 + MSP 6000 and he may reach up to Commander (PB-4/37400 - 67000 + GP 8000 + MSP 6000) Level by the end of his tenure. He is entitled for gratuity and other benefits as per extent rules after completion of his tenure. A person joined as Short Service Commission officer in Indian Navy will not be given extension beyond 14 years. Details of this course can be found in website www.nausena-bharti.nic.in.
Short Service Commission as Pilot / Observer in Executive Branch
Age Limit: 19 to 24 years born between 02 July 1990 to 01 July 1995
Entry-> Pilot (only for men)
Entry-> Observer (Men and Women both can apply)
A candidate applying for Short Service Commission officer post in Indian Navy Executive Branch should possesses Graduation with not less than 70% marks. Besides that he should have passed his intermediate (10+2) with Mathematics and Physics. If a candidate holds Commercial Pilot License then graduation with 60% marks will suffice to apply for these posts in Indian Navy Short Service Commission. Find full details in www.nausena-bharti.nic.in.
Physical Standards: Minimum height for a male candidate is 162.5 CMs and for women candidate is 152 CMs with correlated weight. There will be no relaxation in physical standards whatever the case may be.
Application process: for candidates dreaming career in Indian Navy as an officer it is a nice job opportunity. After satisfying themselves with the requirements for this Short Service Commission as Pilot / Observer in Executive Branch course they can log on to www.nausena-bharti.nic.in to apply online on or before the closing date 18th October, 2013. After online registration take 2 print outs of system generated application forms and send 1 copy to “Post Box No. 02, Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi - 110 023” along with required copies of certificates and photos by the last date 27th October, 2013.
Indian Navy Selection Process:
The selection of Short Service Commission Officers in Indian Navy will be done through interview which will be in 2 stages. The selection process will be for 5 days. Stage-1 will be for one day and Stage-2 for 4 days.
Stage-1: Intelligence Test -> Picture Perception -> Group Discussion
Stage-2: Psychological Test -> Group Task Test -> Interview
Candidates who fail in stage-1 will not be allowed for stage-2 selection process in Indian Navy.
You can know more about it in www.nausena-bharti.nic.in
Short Service Commission pilot candidates will be inducted as Sub Lieutenants and have to undergo Naval Orientation Course at Indian Naval Academy. After this course Flying Training is given in Air Force Academy and Indian Naval Establishments. There will be two stages in this training. Upon successful completion of this training they will be awarded wings. For more news on Short Service Commission visit www.nausena-bharti.nic.in.
Observer candidates will be inducted as Sub Lieutenants and have to complete the same Naval Orientation Course in Indian Naval Academy. After completion of this course they will be given Professional training in various naval training establishments, units and ships.
Nausena-Bharti Official Notification with full details
Indian Navy (Bharatiya Nausena) is one of the parts of Indian Defense System with 55,000 staff. Indian Navy is considered to be the 4th biggest Navy in the world. Government uses Indian Navy, not only to secure Indian maritime borders but humanitarian missions and disaster reliefs too.
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