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Indian Army Recruitment under the NCC Special Admission Scheme:

The Indian Army is inviting applications for recruitment. The Short Service Commission (SSC) has said that unmarried women and men interested in the 50th course can apply under the NCC Special Admission Scheme. Interested candidates can apply on the official website by July 15, officials said in a notification. The recruitment drive will fill 50 vacancies for men and 5 vacancies for women candidates. Candidates selected for these posts are required to serve in the Indian Army for 14 years.

Qualifications.

Educational Qualification: Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree with at least 50% marks from a recognized University / Institute. Those in the final year of the degree course are also eligible to apply.

Age Limit: Applicants must be between 18 and 25 years of age by July 1st. According to the official statement. The date of birth registered in the Matriculation / Secondary School Examination Certificate or equivalent certificate will be accepted.

Application process.

1: Indian Army should go to the official portal.

2: After going to the homepage, click on the ‘Officer Entry Apply / Login’ tab.

3: Clicking on that will open the page for new registration.

4: Enter all the required details on that page. After completing the registration of details, go to the link of the application.

5: A new page opens with ‘Officers Selection – Eligibility’.

6: Click on the application link that appears opposite to the Short Service Commission NCC course.

7: Enter all the details .. Submit the Indian Army NCC Application Form.

8: Preview the details and then click on the Submit Application. You will need to download that copy for future reference.

Selection process.

Applications will be shortlisted based on their marks in Graduation, NCC Certificate. Selected candidates will be called for interviews and medical examinations. Selected candidates will undergo 49 weeks of training at the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai. Candidates will get a stipend of Rs 56,100 per month for the entire training period in OTA.

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