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Indian Navy Law and Sports Notification 2024

This recruitment offers a unique opportunity for law and sports professionals to serve in the Indian Navy, contributing their skills in a challenging and rewarding environment.

The Indian Navy is seeking dynamic and ambitious unmarried men and women to join its ranks as Short Service Commission (SSC) officers in the Executive Branch for Law and Sports.

This recruitment is part of the Naval Orientation Course set to commence in June 2024 at the prestigious Indian Naval Academy (INA) in Ezhimala, Kerala. Aspiring candidates must meet the nationality conditions outlined by the Government of India to be eligible for consideration.

Eligibility and Qualifications

For the Law cadre, applicants must have been born between July 2, 1997, and July 1, 2002, and possess a Law degree qualifying for enrolment as an advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961, with a minimum of 55% marks. Additionally, the degree should be from an institution recognized by the Bar Council of India.

For the Sports cadre, candidates with the same age criteria must hold a regular Post Graduate Degree or BE/B.Tech in any field from a recognized university. Those with a Diploma in Sports Coaching from the National Institute of Sports or an M.Sc. in Sports (Coaching) will be given preference. Moreover, a professional qualification requiring participation in Senior Level National Championships/Games in Athletics, Football, Swimming, Squash, or Tennis is mandatory.

INA

Both branches have set the number of vacancies at two each, open to both men and women. However, these numbers are tentative and subject to change based on training slot availability.

Important Dates

EventDate/Period
Course CommencementJune 2024
Birth Date Range for EligibilityJuly 2, 1997 – July 1, 2002
Application Submission Start20 Jan 24
Application Submission End04 Feb 24
SSB Interview NotificationAfter Shortlisting
SSB Interview DateMarch-April 2024
Final Merit List AnnouncementMay-June 2024
Training CommencementJune 2024 at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala

Selection Procedure

The selection process involves shortlisting candidates based on normalized marks obtained in their qualifying degree, followed by a Service Selection Board (SSB) interview. Detailed information about the SSB procedure can be found on the official Indian Navy website. Shortlisted candidates will be notified via email or SMS, and no changes to the SSB centre or interview dates are permissible once assigned.

Training and Service Commitment

Selected candidates will be commissioned as Sub Lieutenants and undergo the Naval Orientation Course at INA, Ezhimala. The training emphasizes that only unmarried candidates are eligible, and any breach of this condition will lead to disqualification. The Short Service Commission is granted for a term of 10 years, with the possibility of extension up to 14 years based on service requirements, performance, and medical eligibility.

Application Process

Interested candidates must register and submit their applications online through the official Indian Navy website. The application process requires careful entry of personal particulars, educational qualifications, and relevant documents, all of which should be prepared in advance to ensure accuracy and completeness.

This recruitment drive offers a unique opportunity for law and sports professionals to serve in the Indian Navy, contributing their skills in a challenging and rewarding environment. With the deadline approaching, eligible candidates are encouraged to apply promptly and embark on a prestigious career with the Indian Navy.

For further details, eligibility criteria, and application guidelines, applicants are advised to visit the official Indian Navy recruitment website: www.joinindiannavy.gov.in.

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