Indian Navy Entrance Test applications SSC Executive, Technical, Education branches Jan 2021 course


Looking for the notification of the latest entrance test for the recruitment of Indian Navy Short Service Commission Officers? This article provides complete information on the Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) for the January 2021 course for Short Service Commission (SSC) Officers. Details of the eligibility criteria and how to register and apply for the entrance test are provided in this article.

Indian Navy invites applications from unmarried Indian male and female citizens for Short Service Commission (SSC) in the Executive, Technical and Education for the course which will begin in January 2021 at the Indian Naval Academy in Ezhimala, Kerala. Only those candidates who fulfil the conditions of nationality as per Govt. of India norms are eligible to apply. Candidates must have graduated or been in the final year of applicable qualifying degree in the relevant discipline from an AICTE-recognized educational institute/AIU-certified foreign University. All educational qualification requirements must be fulfilled before joining INA, Ezhimala.

Indian Navy Entrance Test for SSC Commission Officers notification
[Image source: Print advt. in HT, Mumbai, 15th December 2019.]

Eligibility requirements for Indian Navy Executive Branch

SSC Naval Armament Inspectorate Cadre (NAIC)

There are six vacancies for both men and women.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st January 2001, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: You should have a B.E./B.Tech. with a minimum of 60% marks in the streams of Mechanical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Tele-Communication/Instrumentation Engineering, Control Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering (refer to the official notification to know the specific fields). You must have 60% aggregate marks in Class X and Class XII and a minimum of 60% marks in English in Class X or Class XII. Candidates who have a Postgraduate Degree in Electronics/Physics are also welcome to apply.

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SSC ATC

There are four vacancies for both men and women.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st January 2000, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: B.E./B.Tech. in any discipline with minimum 60% marks. You must also have 60% aggregate marks in Class X and Class XII and a minimum of 60% marks in English in Class X or Class XII.



SSC Observer

There are six vacancies for both men and women.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1997 and 1st January 2002, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: same as for SSC ATC.

SSC Pilot (MR)

There are three vacancies for both men and women.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1997 and 1st January 2002, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: same as for SSC ATC.

SSC Pilot (other than MR)

There are six vacancies, only for men.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1997 and 1st January 2002, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: same as for SSC ATC.

Additional notes: If you are a Commercial Pilot Licence holder (CPL-holder) with a valid and current CPL issued by DGCA (India) and born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st January 2002 (both dates inclusive), then you can apply for Pilot entry as per the eligibility requirements. Want to take up a Pilot training course? You can avail of an SBI education loan for pilot training.

SSC Logistics

There are 11 vacancies for both men and women.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st July 2001, both dates inclusive.
Educational Qualification: (i) B.E./B.Tech. in any discipline; or (ii) MBA with First Class; or (iii) B.Sc./B.Com./B.Sc. (I.T.) with First Class with a PG Diploma in Finance/Logistics/Supply Chain Management/Material Management; or (iv) MCA/M.Sc.(I.T.) with First Class.

SSC X (IT)

There are 10 vacancies for both men and women.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st July 2001, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: B.E./B.Tech. with minimum 60% marks in Computer Science/Computer Engineering/IT/M.Sc.(Computer)/MCA.

SSC General Service (GS/X)/Hydro Cadre

There are 27 vacancies for men in GS/X and three vacancies for men in Hydro cadre.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st July 2001, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: B.E./B.Tech. in any discipline with First Class from AICTE-recognized institute/University.

Eligibility requirements for Indian Navy Technical Branch

SSC Engineering Branch (General Service)

There are 26 vacancies for men.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st July 2001, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: B.E./B.Tech. with a minimum of 60% marks (check the official notification to know the specific streams).



SSC Electrical Branch (General Service)

There are 27 vacancies for men.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st July 2001, both dates inclusive.

Educational Qualification: B.E./B.Tech. with a minimum of 60% marks (check the official notification to know the specific streams).

Eligibility requirements for Indian Navy Education Branch

SSC Education

There are 15 vacancies for both men and women.

Age criteria: You should be born between 2nd January 1996 and 1st January 2000, both dates inclusive.

Education Qualification: For all the below-mentioned qualification, candidates should also have secured at least 60% marks in Class X and Class XII and a minimum of 60% marks in English in Class X or Class XII.
(i) First class in M.Sc. Maths/Operational Research, with Physics in B.Sc.
(ii) First class in in M.Sc. Physics/Nuclear Physics, with Maths in B.Sc.
(iii) First class in M.Sc. Meteorology/Oceanology/Atmospheric Science.
(iv) B.E./B.Tech. with a minimum of 60% marks in Computer Science/Information Technology/Computer Technology/Information Systems/Computer Engineering.
(v) B.E./B.Tech. with a minimum of 60% marks in Mechanical Engineering.
Note for candidates who are Merchant Navy Personnel: Candidates having Govt. of India, Ministry of Shipping & Transport Certificate of Competency (Foreign-going), either as a Second Mate, Mate or Master and born between 2nd January 1991 and 1st July 2001 (both dates inclusive) can apply for the Executive Branch entry (General Service) and Technical Branch entry (SSC Engineering) as per the eligibility requirements.

How to register for INET

You must register and fill in the online application the Indian Navy official website. Make sure that prior to filling up the e-Application form, you read all the instructions carefully. Also, scan and keep ready all the relevant documents which are required to be uploaded during the online application. Clarity of documents and the photo is essential, as otherwise your application may be rejected. The documents required are:
  1. Mark sheets up to 5th and 7th Semester for regular and integrated B.E./B.Tech. courses and other Degree exams.

  2. Date of birth proof (as per the date of birth which appears on the 10th and 12th Certificate).

  3. CPL issued by DGCA, Govt. of India, if applying for the Pilot entry.

  4. A recent passport size colour photograph in JPG/TIFF format.

On successful submission of the e-application, take a print out of the online application form as you will need it later along with all the original certificates/documents when appearing for the INET and subsequent Selection Board's interview.

Last date to submit online applications: 19th December 2019.



Contact information

For any help with the online registration and application for INET and SSB interview, you can call on Toll-Free number 1800-419-2929 and press Option 7 to speak to a customer care representative from Monday to Sunday, between 0800hrs. to 2000hrs.
Website: https://www.joinindiannavy.gov.in/.

All the best!

Note to applicants: The information in this article has been sourced from a print advt. in The Hindustan Times, Mumbai edition, 15th December 2019, page 9. Please refer to the official notification at the Indian Navy portal for complete details.


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