Indian Navy has started accepting online applications for SSC in IT and four-year B.Tech degree course under the 10+2 (B.Tech) cadet entry scheme
Indian Navy has invited applications for the recruitment of 10+2 (B. Tech) Cadet Entry Scheme (Permanent Commission) and Executive IT Branch SSC Officer Entry.
Interested and eligible candidates can apply online through the official website - https://www.joinindiannavy.gov.in/ - up to February 10 for the SSC IT Executive and for 10+2 B.Tech up to February 8, 2022.
For 10+2 B.Tech: Born between January 2, 2003 to July 1, 2005
For SSC IT Executive: Born between July 2, 1997 January 1, 2003
For 10+2 B.Tech: Should have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with atleast 70% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Maths (PCM) and atleats 50% marks in English (either in Class X or Class XII).
For SSC IT Executive: A candidate must have minimum 60% marks in English in class X or XII and must have qualified one of the MSc/BE/BTech/MTech or MCA with BCA/BSc (Computer Science/ Information Technology).
10+2 B.Tech Vacancy
Executive & Technical Post: 30
SSC IT Executive
Executive Branch SSC (X) IT: 50
For 10+2 B.Tech: Call up for Service Selection Board (SSB) will be issued on the basis of JEE (Main) - 2021 All India Rank (AIR) published by NTA. Shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the interview.
For SSC IT Executive: Shortlisting of application will be based on normalised marks obtained by the candidates in the qualifying degree. Shortlisted candidates will be informed about their selection for SSB interview through e-mail or SMS.
Steps to apply for Join Indian Navy 2022:
Visit official website joinindiannavy.gov.in
Go to ‘Register’ and complete registration of profile
Apply for the course, fill form and upload documents
Pay the fee (if any) and submit form
Download and take a printout for future reference.
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