Indian Army Dental Corps as SSC Officer Recruitment 2016
Indian Army Dental Corps Application Issue Date from : 21st June 2016.
Indian Army Dental Corps Application Last Date : 20th July 2016.
Join Indian Army Dental Corps as Short Service Commissioned ( SSC ) Officer for a promising and challenging career.
Indian Army applications 2016 are invited from Indian citizens both Male and Female, who have passed their final BDS examination & completed compulsory rotatory internship, for grant of Short Service Commission in the Army Dental Corps.
Total No. of Indian Army Dental Corps Vacancies 2016 : A total of 42 vacancies are available for the grant of SSC to desirous civilian Dental Surgeons.
Indian Army Dental Corps Eligibility Criteria 2016
Eligibility of candidates will be the responsibility of the candidate themselves as per the criteria mentioned in the information Brochure. He / she should check his / her eligibility before participating in the commissioning process.
The following eligibility criteria shall be applicable :
Qualification for Indian Army Dental Corps 2016 : SSC in Army Dental Corps is open to candidates possessing requisite qualifications, BDS / MDS from a College / University recognized by Dental Council of India ( DCI ) for the respective batch / year and who have registered themselves as Registered Dental Practitioners with any State Dental Council. Candidates should have secured a mandatory min of 55% marks in final year BDS* ( aggregate of all subjects ).
The candidate must be a citizen of India.
Candidates should have completed one year compulsory rotatory internship by 31st March 2016.
Age Limit for Indian Army Dental Corps 2016 : The candidate must not have attained 45 years of age as on 31st December 2016.
Permanent Dental Registration certificate of State Dental Council / DCI should be valid at least upto 31st December 2016.
Candidate must have mandatorily appeared for AIPGDEE – 2016 held on 13 December 2015.
Should be declared medically fit by the Medical Board, in all respects for service in Armed Forces Medical Services.
Note : Only those candidates (BDS/MDS) who have appeared in All India Post Graduate Dental Entrance Examination (AIPGDEE)-2016 conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi, under the aegis of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, held on 13 December 2015 are eligible to apply.
*Candidates with five years of BDS (Not including internship) are requested to attach fourth and fifth year mark sheets.
Indian Army Dental Corps SSC Officer Selection Procedure 2016
Screening for Calling for Interview : Candidates for interview are short-listed on the basis of the marks scored in the All India Post Graduate Dental Entrance Examination (AIPGDEE)-2016, conducted by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, through All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The list formulated will be utilized for screening of candidates in the ratio of 1:10 to be called for interview, i.e. for each advertised vacancy ten candidates will be called for Indian Army Dental Corps interview 2016.
Indian Army Dental Corps Interview 2016 : Shortlisted candidates will be called to appear for interview before a duly constituted Selection Board, at New Delhi to assess their suitability & merit for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in Army Dental Corps. The final merit list for Grant of SSC for all candidates who have appeared for the interview will be based on the performance in the interview alone. The candidates who qualify in the interview will be subjected to Medical Examination.
Medical Examination in Indian Army Dental Corps 2016 : All the candidates who are provisionally placed on the merit list will have to undergo a detailed medical examination for ascertaining their medical fitness. The decision of the Medical Board will be final.
Physical & Medical Standard for Indian Army Dental Corps 2016
Indian Army Dental Corps Medical Examination 2016 is a mandatory requirement for all candidates. Every candidate on being qualified, in the interview will have to undergo a Medical Examination by a duly constituted Medical Board of AFMS for ascertaining their medical fitness as per laid down medical standard for commissioning. For reference of the candidates, the medical parameters are available at www.indianarmy.nic.in. Only candidates declared medically fit will be eligible for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in the Army Dental Corps. In the event of a candidate/candidates being declared medically unfit by the Special Medical Board (SMB), the President of the Special Medical Board will intimate the same & the procedure for requesting for Appeal Medical Board (AMB) to the candidate/candidates.
Unfit candidates should report for AMB within a maximum period of 42 days from the day of the SMB. Candidates are advised in their own interest to appear for AMB well in time and should not wait for the last day given by the SMB. The Candidates are advised to note that this office has no role in Appeal Medical Boards (AMB) and the procedure as advised by the medical authorities is strictly adhered to. Candidates declared UNFIT by the AMB will be intimated by the President, Appeal Medical Board about the procedure to challenge the findings of AMB. Candidates are intimated that the Review Medical Board (RMB) will be granted at the discretion of DGAFMS based on the merit of case & that RMB is not a matter of right. Candidates will be considered Medically Fit only on receipt of approved medical documents.
Physical Standards for Commission in the Army Dental Corps
1. A candidate must be in good physical and mental health and free from any disease, effects of injury or disability likely to interfere with efficient performance of military duty.
2. There should be no abnormality in the X-ray chest and spine.
3. There should be no impediment of speech or malformation or abnormality of any part of the body.
4. There should be no disease of the eye, ear, nose and throat. The candidate should be able to hear forced whisper at 610 cm distance, Distant Vision in better eye must be 6/6 (corrected) and worse eye 6/18 (corrected), and myopia or hypermetropia of not more than 3.5 D in any one meridian. Colour vision should be defective safe and normal field of vision.
5. The candidate should be free from organic disease of the heart, blood vessels, lungs, digestive system or other surgical disability.
6. There should be no disease of the kidney and urine must be free from sugar and albumin.
7. There should be no disease of the skin.
8. There should be no history or evidence of mental disease.
9. Standards of Height, Weight and Chest measurement :
- Height-Minimum acceptable height is 157.5 cm relaxable to 1.52 cm in case of Gorkhas, Assamese, Garhwali’s etc.
- Weight – Weight should be proportionate to the height for 157.5 on height, minimum weight should be 49.5 Kg. For every additional 2.5 cm in height the weight should be on an average 1.5 Kg more. The weight should also be related to the age to accordance with prescribed Army Tables.
- Chest – Chest should be well developed with a minimum range of expansion of 5 cm
The teeth should be in sound condition. In case of loss of teeth, the candidate must have 14 dental points out of maximum 22 points possible, subject to laid down conditions.
Merit List : It may be noted that merely qualifying at the interview does not confirm final selection. A merit list is prepared purely on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the interview only. The candidates high in merit and figuring within the stipulated vacancies & are Medically Fit are offered letters for commissioning as SSC AD Corps Officers.
Candidates are expected to conduct themselves in a befitting manner. Any candidate found obstructing or trying to influence the commissioning process in an unlawful manner shall be liable for disqualification. Canvassing directly or indirectly will disqualify the candidates for commission. The decision taken by the authorities in this respect shall be final & binding.
Indian Army Dental Corps Officer Emoluments 2016 : The Civilian Dental surgeons on commissioning in AD Corps will be granted rank of Capt in the pay scale PB – 3 ( 15600 – 39100 ). They will be entitled Grade Pay of 6100/- & Military Service Pay ( MSP ) of 6000/-. Non-practicing allowance ( NPA ) at the rate of 25% of the Basic Pay + Grade Pay + MSP and DA as admissible. In addition, entitled free ration, subsidized accommodation and allied facilities shall be provided. MDS degree holder will be eligible for PG allowance of 1500/- p.m. or specialist pay after undergoing the laid down procedure. In addition, officers are entitled to 60 days annual leave & 20 days casual leave, LTC, free Medical facilities for self and family including dependent parents, Group Insurance 60 lacs & canteen stores Depot ( CSD ) facility etc. as per the existing rules.
The present emoluments are subject to revision, in accordance with the implementation orders of the 7th Pay Commission.
Indian Army Dental Officer Promotions 2016 : SSC officers are commissioned as Capt on entry & are eligible for promotions up to the rank of Major (or Equivalent in Navy & Air Force) after four years & six months of service & Lt Col (or Equivalent in Navy & Air Force) after eleven years & six months of service. Candidates who hold three years MDS Degree will be eligible for three years antedate seniority as per rules. They will be promoted to the rank of Substantive Major on completion of One year & Six Months of service.
Permanent Commission (PC) officers are eligible for time scale promotion up to the rank of Col (TS), thereafter up to the rank of Lt Gen by selection.
Indian Army Tenure for Dental Officer 2016 : The SSC tenure is of 5 years, extendable by another 9 years in two spells; first of 5 years and second of 4 years ( total SSC tenure 14 years ) for those who are willing to continue subject to availability of vacancies & meeting the laid down eligibility criteria for extension as per extant policy guidelines.
Departmental Permanent Commission ( DPC )
On completion of 2 years of service as SSC officer, they are eligible to apply for limited number of vacancies available for Departmental Permanent Commission (DPC) provided they have not attained the age of 30 years (for BDS candidates) and 35 years (for MDS candidates) on 31 Dec of the year of application for DPC as per extant policy guidelines.
In Service Professional career enhancement through PG Courses is applicable for Permanent Commissioned (PC) officers as per extant Training Rules. In addition SSC Officers after proceeding on release are eligible for PG seats in service institutions as per extant Training Rules & GOI/MoD Regulations on the subject.
Candidates are entitled “To and Fro” second class railway fare by Mail/Express train or actual cost of bus fare if mode of travel is by bus and DA at prescribed rates for the days of halt at Delhi. Candidates appearing for the second or subsequent time are not eligible for the above entitlement.
Whom to Apply for Indian Army Dental Corps Application 2016 :
Interested candidates should apply as per the attached application format, complete in all respects, along with Application Processing Fee (APF) to :
Director General Armed Forces Medical Services
(DGAFMS/DENTAL-2), Room No 25, L-Block
Ministry of Defence, New Delhi – 110 001.
Indian Army Dental Corps Application Processing Fee ( APF ) :
Candidates are required to enclose a non refundable Demand Draft of any Nationalized Bank only for 200/- (Rupees Two Hundred only) payable at New Delhi in favour of “Director General Armed Forces Medical Services (APF Fund)” along with the application. It is to be ensured that the Demand Draft bears the IFSC code number of the issuing bank & the date of issue should be after the publication of this advertisement. Candidates should write their name & address at the back of the demand draft.
Incomplete application or applications not in accordance with instructions shall not be considered and are liable to be rejected. The Application Processing fee is non refundable.