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ARMY

1. National Cadet Corps `C’ Certificate holders will be required to

compete in UPSC Examination for grant of commission in the Army through

IMA and OTS.  However, 32 vacancies in every regular course of IMA are

reserved for National Cadet Corps `C’ Certificate holders who have passed

UPSC entrance examination and have also been declared successful by the

Service Selection Board.

2. The point to note is that from amongst the National Cadet Corps

Cadets who have passed UPSC Examination and the SSB, 32 cadets will be

selected to undergo training at the IMA irrespective of the  position in the

general merit list, i.e. 64 vacancies in a year.

3. NCC `C’ Certificate holders with minimum `B’ Grade are exempted

from appearing in Written Examination conducted by UPSC for SSC (NonTech) Course of OTA Madras through NCC Special Entry Scheme.  There

are 50 vacancies reserved for one course.  Total vacancies are 100 per year.

4. (a)  The candidates who are NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders seeking

enrolement for Sol(GD) are exempted from Part-I of the written

examination and will be placed at the top of the merit list.  But, as far

as Sol Clk/SKT/Tech/NA are concerned, they will not be  exempted

from Pt-I of the written exam, but 10% bonus marks will be awarded

of the total marks earned in the written exam for overall placement in

the merit list.

(b)    As far as NCC ‘A’ and “B’ Certificate holders are concerned, the

percentage of bonus marks will be awarded as under with a view to improve

the candidates overall order of merit:-

(i) Soldier GD Category.       8% bonus marks for NCC ‘B’ certificate holders and 5% bonus marks for NCC ‘A’ Certificate

holders will be awarded on the basis of the total marks scored by a

candidate in physical and written examination.

(ii) Soldier Tech/NA/SKT/Clk.        Bonus marks as per percentage

given in para 3 (b) (i) above will be based on the total marks scored

by a candidate in the written examination only.

NOTE:-   It is clarified that if a candidate is both a son of an

exservicemen/servicemen and a NCC Certificate holder, he is entitled to

only one type of concession.

 

NAVY

1. Upto 6 vacancies per course for grant of commission in the Navy are reserved for selection of eligible National Cadet Corps Cadets as special entry cadets, provided they are in possession of `C’ Certificate of Naval Wing, have passed BSc (Physics & Maths) or BE, are 19 to 24 years of age and are deemed fit to undergo training in Naval Academy, Goa by  the  Service Selection Board.  Such candidates are exempted from appearing in the Combined Defence Services Examination conducted by the UPSC.

2. Weightage of following additional marks is given to National Cadet Corps certificate holders for recruitment in the Navy : - 

Direct Entry                Direct Entry                                                        Sailor(MER)              Artificer Apprentices Diploma Holder

(i) Certificate `A’                            2                                      2 

(ii) Certificate `B’                           4                                     4

(iii) Certificate `C’                           6                                    6

Note :   Proportionate reduction in weightage marks depending on marks for  each category

AIR FORCE

1.         Flying Branch (Pilot) (Pre-Flying Training). 10% of vacancies for direct entry for Pilots courses are reserved for NCC ‘C’ certificate holders. They are not (R) not processed through UPSC entrance exam. 

2.         Other Branches.   10% of vacancies are reserved in each branch for NCC `C’ certificate holders.  They are not (R) not processed through UPSC entrance exam.

3.         Following are the changes in educational qualifications for  commissioning in various branches in IAF.:-

(a) Flying Branch             -     Any graduate (should have done Physics during Plus 2
                                             Stage).

(b) Ground Duties Branch  -  1st  Division in graduation.  The branch is allotted centrally by the IAF.

AIR FORCE (Airman)

4.         The marks  as given below  are added to selection Test marks of the qualified candidates possessing NCC Certificates:-

 ‘C’ Certificate                   …….           5 marks

 B’  Certificate                   …….          4 marks

A’ Certificate                  ……..            3 marks

          ‘A’ Certificate        Part I & II  ……..            3 marks

          ‘A’ Certificate       Part I only    …….            2 marks

 

COAST GUARD

The weightage for selection of officers and recruitment of Enrolled Personnel in accordance with the Coast Guard are as follows:-

OFFICER

S.No. Certificate      Points

(a)       `C’                   05

(b)       `B’                   10

(c)        `A’                   05

ENROLLED PERSONEL

S.No. Part                 Certificate                  Points

(a)       PART-I           `A’                               05

(b)       PART-II          `A’                               03

NCC Cadets are also taken on cruise onboard as and when Coast Guard ship visits neighboring countries.

BORDER SECURITY FORCE

 For appointment as Sepoys/Constables : The following additional marks are given to the National Cadet Corps certificate holders for recruitment in Border Security Force:-

(a) `A I” only   - 2

(b) `A I’ & `A II’  - 4

(c) `B’  Certificate  - 6

(d) `C’ Certificate  - 10

 For appointment in Officer Cadre :    The following additional marks are given to the National Cadet Corps certificate holders for recruitment in

Border Security Force:-

(a) `A I” only   - 2

(b) `A I’ & `A II’  - 4

(c) `B’  Certificate  - 6

(d) `C’ Certificate  - 10

CENTRAL RESERVE POLICE

For recruitment to gazetted posts, i.e., for Company Commander,

Quartermasters and Dy. SPs, the minimum prescribed qualification is either

a first class Bachelor’s Degree or a second class Bachelor’s Degree. 

However, candidates having a third class Bachelor’s Degree and holding `B’

or `C’ certificate of National Cadet corps are also considered eligible for

these posts.

CENTRAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY FORCE

Preference is given to ‘B’ & ‘C’ certificate holders for recruitment in

the rank of Constable as given below:-

(i) ‘B’  Certificate                   ----        1 Mark

(ii) ‘C’ Certificate                   ----        3 Marks

INDO TIBETIAN BORDER POLICE 

Possession  of  NCC  ‘B’/’C’  certificates  has  been  given  as  a

desirable qualification  for  filling  up  the  post of  Assistant

Commandant(General Duty)/Sub Inspectors(General Duty) under direct

recruitment method. 

   

Offrs

 Army

 

NCC 'C' Certificate holders in age group 19-25 years are required to compete in UPSC Examination for Commission though IMA or OTA.

    
32 Vacancies are reserved in regular course of IMA for 'C' Certificate holders, irrespective of position in merit, subject of passing UPSC examination and clearing SSB interview.
    
NCC Special Entry Scheme for SD Wings graduates in OTA in group 19-25 years with 50% marks, through DDG of states for direct interview (SSB) every year. The Cadets are exempted from CDS examination conducted by UPSC.
   
Navy

Upto nine vacancies per course for commission in Navy are reserved for NCC 'C' Cert pass graduate cadets with B.Sc (Physics & Maths) or BE, in the age group of 19 to 24 years and passed by SSB Exempted from CDS examination of UPSC.
    
Air Force

Pilots Course : 10% of vacancies for direct entry for Pilots Course for NCC 'C' Certificate holders of Air Wing (Not Processed through UPSC examination).

 

Other Branches : 10% vacancies reserved in each branch for NCC 'C' Certificate holders. Not processed through UPSC examination.

 

   

Soldiers

Soldier GD Category : Bonus marks based on total marks secured in physical and written examination.
    
NCC 'A' Certificate -- 5%
    
NCC 'B' Certificate -- 8%
    
NCC 'C' Certificate -- 10%
    
Soldier Tech/Clk/SKT/Nurs.Asstt : Bonus marks will be based on total marks obtained in written examination.
   
NCC 'A' Certificate -- 5%
    
NCC 'B' Certificate -- 8%
 
NCC 'C' Certificate -- 10%

Navy : Under mentioned marks are added for recruitment in Navy Direct entry Sailor Artificer Apprenties

Certificate 'A'

2 marks

5 marks

Certificate 'B'

4 marks

10 marks

Certificate 'C'

6 marks

15 marks

Air Force : Under mentioned marks are added to selection test marks of certificate holders: 
    
'A' Certificate -- 3 marks

'B' Certificate -- 4 marks
    
'C' Certificate -- 5 marks
   
Military Nursing Service:

One seat is reserved for B.Sc(Nursing) Course and 24 for Probationer Nursing Course for NCC trained girls, possessing G-2 Certificate in order of merit.

 


BSF

    
'A' Certificate -- 4 marks
    
'B' Certificate -- 6 marks

'C' Certificate -- 10 marks
    
CISF :Preferential marks to NCC certificate holders for recruitment in CISF
    
'B' Certificate -- 1 mark
    
'C' Certificate -- 3 marks
    

 

Coast Guard : Weightage of 15 marks to NCC 'C' Certificate holders for recruitment in officer cadre or ranks, depending on education qualification.

ITBP : Preference to NCC 'C' Certificate holders for recruitment in officer cadre of ranks, depending on education qualification.

Other

 

NCC Special Entry Scheme

ARMY 

 1. Nationality :
(a) Indian Citizen
(b) A subject of Bhutan
(c) A subject of Nepal
(d) A Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st Jan 1962 with an intention to permanently settle in India.
(e) A person of Indian origin who migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, The United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire and Ethopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling down in India. (All such candidates must produce a certificate of eligibility issued by the Government of India. However the certificate is not required for candidates who are Gorkhas subjects of Nepal).

2. Age : Between 19 yrs to 25 yrs on the first day of the commencement of the course (exact of birth are notified for every course separately)

3. Educational Qualification. Degree from a University or equivalent with an aggregate of minimum 50 % marks taking into account marks of all the three years.

4. NCC Service. 
(a) Should have served minimum two academic years in the senior Division of the NCC.
(b) Should have obtained a minimum of ‘B’ grade in ‘C’ certificate exam of NCC.

5. Method of Selection. 
(a) All applications as per the format are to be forwarded to the format are to be forwarded to the Recruiting Directorate (NCC Entry ) through the HQ DG NCC. The unit/Gp HQ’s will forward the applications to he State Directorate who in turn will be forward the same to HQ DG NCC.
(b) Through screening and short listing of the applications, based on the qualifications of the candidates will take place at all levels (NCC Directorates)
(c) Candidates who do not receive the call letter from the selection centre must assume that their application has been rejected either on merit, late receipt or being ineligible. No correspondence on this account will be entertained. Short listed candidates will be detailed for SSB interview by the Additional Director General Recruiting. 
(d) On arrival at the selection centre candidate will be administered stage – 1 of the two stage testing procedure and those who do not qualify will be returned the same day. 
(e) The selected candidates will under go the stage two of the selection process over a five day period and will under go Group tests, Psychological test, and interviews.
(f) The candidates who successfully clear the stage two selection will be asked to under go a medical examination by a Board of Medical Officers.

6. How to Apply.
(a) Apply on plain paper as per the format given below duly typed.
(b) Application should be posted to the nearest OC NCC unit, from where the NCC ‘C’ certificate has been issued.
(c) Applications of the candidates serving in the Armed forces duly countersigned by the Commanding Officer should be sent to the OC, NCC unit from where the ‘C’ certificate has been issued with an advance copy to the direc to the HQ DG NCC, West Block IV, R K Puram, New Delhi – 110066.
(d) All OC Units will forward the applications to the DDG NCC of the concerned state through the Group HQ’s.
(e) The DDG NCC will process the applications and forward them to the Q DG NCC

7. Date for submission of Applications. For the date of submission of applications the candidates are advised to check the advertisement in the news papers or enquire from the nearest NCC unit.

8. Download Application.

NAVY

 

1. Nationality :
(a) Indian Citizen
(b) A subject of Bhutan
(c) A subject of Nepal
(d) A Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st Jan 1962 with an intention to permanently settle in India.
(e) A person of Indian origin who migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, The United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire and Ethopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling down in India. (All such candidates must produce a certificate of eligibility issued by the Government of India. However the certificate is not required for candidates who are Gorkhas subjects of Nepal).

2. Age :
Between 19 yrs to 25 yrs on the first day of the commencement of the course (exact of birth are notified for every course separately)

3. Educational Qualifications. 
A candidate must have passed B.Sc with Physics and mathematic or degree in Engineering.

4. NCC Qualification. 
The candidate must have passed NCC ‘C’ certificate of senior Division (Naval) with minimum ‘ ‘ grading

5. Sex and Martial Status. 
The candidate should be male and unmarried.

6. Method of Selection.
Same as applicable for Army selection given above.

7. How to Apply
Same as given for Army selection above.

8. Download Application.

Note : The candidate who are due to appear in B.Sc/BE/and /or NCC ‘C’ certificate examination and are likely to pass before the commencement of the course are also eligible provided the certificates as required are filled in and signed by the Principal of the institute and /or by the OC of the NCC unit as the case may be.

 

AIR

 

1. Nationality
As applicable for Army and Navy Above.

2. Age.
Between 19 yrs to 25 yrs on the first day of the commencement of the course (exact of birth are notified for every course separately)

3. Educational Qualification.
Any graduate with Physics and Mathematics at 10 + 2 level or BE.

4. NCC Qualification

5. Sex and Martial Status
The candidate should be male and unmarried.

6. Method of Selection. 
Same as applicable for Army selection given above.

7. How to Apply. 
Same as given for Army selection above.

8. Download Application.

9. Note 
(a) The candidate who are due to appear in B.Sc/BE/and /or NCC ‘C’ certificate examination and are likely to pass before the commencement of the course are also eligible provided the certificates as required are filled in and signed by the Principal of the institute and /or by the OC of the NCC unit as the case may be.
(b) Candidate should not have failed in INS-B/PABT earlier.
(c) Candidate should not be an habitual wearer of Glasses.