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NCC 56 Notification Special Entry Scheme Indian Army

The NCC C Certificate Special Entry is a short service commission entry for NCC cadets, enabling them to fulfill their dream of becoming officers in the Indian Army.

The Indian Army published the official notification for the NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme on 08 January 2024. This scheme is specifically designed for NCC C certificate holders, both male and female candidates, who have the aspiration to join the Indian Army as officers.

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Update: ONLINE APPLICATION FOR NCC SPECIAL ENTRY SCHEME-56 COURSE (OCT 2024) (MEN & WOMEN) (INCLUDING WARD OF BATTLE CASUALTIES OF ARMY PERSONNEL) IS EXTENDED UPTO 08 MAR 2024 AT 1500HRS.

Through the NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme, candidates can secure a place at the Officers Training Academy Chennai. In this comprehensive guide, we will provide you with all the essential details related to the NCC 56 entry of the Indian Army.

NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme Notification

The NCC C Certificate Special Entry is a short service commission entry for NCC cadets, enabling them to fulfill their dream of becoming officers in the Indian Army. The NCC Special Entry Scheme 2024 will soon be published, inviting applications from unmarried males and unmarried females (including Wards of Battle Casualties of Indian Army Personnel) for the grant of Short Service Commission.

Important Dates for NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme

Here are the important dates to keep in mind for the NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme:

DatesNCC 56 Special Entry Scheme
Application Start Date08 January 2024
Application Last Date06 February 2024
SSB DateMay-July 2024
Merit ListAugust-September 2024
Joining DateOctober 2024

NCC SPL ENTRY-56 COURSE (MEN & WOMEN) ONLINE APPLICAION FOR NCC SPECIAL ENTRY SCHEME-56 COURSE (OCT 2024) (MEN & WOMEN) (INCLUDING WARDS OF BATTLE CASUALTIES OF ARMY PERSONNEL) IS OPEN FROM 08 JAN 2024 AT 1500 HRS TO 06 FEB 2024 AT 1500 HRS.

Eligibility for NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme

To apply for the NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme, candidates must meet the following eligibility criteria:

Nationality: A candidate must either be:

  • A citizen of India
  • A subject of Bhutan
  • A subject of Nepal
  • A Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India
  • A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, and the East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia, and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India. However, candidates falling under categories (ii), (iii), (iv), and (v) need to possess a certificate of eligibility issued by the Government of India. Candidates belonging to the Gorkha community of Nepal do not require a certificate of eligibility.

Age Limit: For National Cadet Corps (NCC) candidates (including wards of Battle Casualties), the age limit is 19 to 25 years as of 01 Jul 2024. The candidate should be born not earlier than 02 Jul 1999 and not later than 02 Jul 2005. The date of birth recorded in the Matriculation/Secondary School Examination Certificate or an equivalent certificate on the date of application submission will be considered.

Educational Qualification: Candidates should have a degree from a recognized university or an equivalent qualification with an aggregate of minimum 50% marks, taking into account the marks of all the years. Final year students are also eligible to apply, provided they have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in the first two/three years of their degree course, respectively. However, selected candidates will need to secure an overall aggregate of minimum 50% marks in the degree course. Candidates must have served for a minimum of two/three years (as applicable) in Senior Division/Wing of NCC and obtained a minimum of a ‘B’ Grade in the ‘C’ Certificate Exam of NCC.

Wards of Battle Casualties: In addition to the general eligibility criteria, there are specific provisions for wards of Battle Casualties of Army Personnel. The vacancies under this category are available to unmarried sons and daughters (including legally adopted) of Battle Casualties who have been killed in action, died of wounds or injuries (other than self-inflicted), wounded or injured (other than self-inflicted), or reported missing. The educational qualification required is the same as mentioned above, and possession of an NCC ‘C’ certificate is not mandatory for wards of Battle Casualties.

How to Apply for NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme

Applications for the NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme will only be accepted online through the official website of the Join Indian Army. Follow the steps below to complete the application process:

  1. Visit the official website joinindianarmy.nic.in.
  2. Click on ‘Officer Entry Apply/Login’ and then click ‘Registration’ (registrations are not required if already registered on joinindianarmy.nic.in).
  3. Fill out the online registration form after carefully reading the instructions.
  4. After registration, click on ‘Apply Online’ under the Dashboard. This will open the ‘Officers Selection – Eligibility’ page.
  5. Click ‘Apply’ against the Short Service Commission NCC Special Entry Course. This will open the ‘Application Form’ page.
  6. Read the instructions carefully and fill in the required details under various segments: Personal information, Communication details, Education details, and details of previous SSB.
  7. Save and continue after filling in each segment.
  8. Once you have filled in all the details, review the ‘Summary of your information’ page to ensure accuracy.
  9. Click on ‘Submit Now’ after verifying all the information. Remember to click ‘Submit Now’ each time you make changes to your application.
  10. After the final closure of the online application, take two copies of your application with the assigned roll number after 30 minutes.

Vacancies and Salary

The NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme offers more than 50 vacancies for both men and women. Out of these, 45 vacancies are for the General Category, and 5 vacancies are reserved for Wards of Battle Casualties of Indian Army personnel. The salary/pay scale for selected candidates will be in the range of Rs. 56100/- to 177500/- (Level-10) according to the 7th Pay Commission.

The NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme provides a unique opportunity for NCC C certificate holders to join the Indian Army as officers. With the official notification set to be released soon, eligible candidates can begin preparing for the application process. Ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria and follow the instructions for online application on the official website. Joining the Indian Army through the NCC 56 Special Entry Scheme is a prestigious opportunity to serve the nation and contribute to the defense forces. Take the first step towards your dream of becoming an officer in the Indian Army and embark on a rewarding and fulfilling career.

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