Indian Navy 10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme June 2012
1. Indian Navy invites applications from unmarried male candidates ( fulfilling the conditions of nationality as laid down by the Govt of India ) to join the prestigious Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerala under 10+2 Cadet ( B.Tech ) Entry Scheme.
Eligibility Conditions for Indian Navy
2. Age : 17 to 19½ years ( i.e. born between 02 Jan 1993 & 01 Jul 1995. ( both dates inclusive ).
3. Indian Navy Educational Qualification :
Senior Secondary Examination ( 10+2 Pattern ) or its equivalent from University / Board with at least 70 % aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics ( PCM ) and at least 50% marks in English ( either in Class X or Class XII ).
4. Physical Standards for Indian Navy Recruitments
- (a) Height and Weight : Minimum height – 157 cms with correlated weight as per age.
- (b) Eye Sight : The minimum acceptable vision standard for distant vision 6/6, 6/9 correctable to 6/6, 6/6 with glasses. Should not be colour / night blind.Note : There will be no relaxation in physical standards.
The Indian Navy Offers You
On successful completion of Indian Navy training you will be commissioned as Sub Lieutenant. The benefits of being an officer in the Indian Navy are enumerated in succeeding paragraphs.
5. Indian Navy Pay Scale & Promotions :
The Indian Navy promotion from Sub Lieutenant to Commander is on time scale basis and thereafter on selection basis subject to fulfillment of requisite service conditions.
The Pay Scale for Indian Navy is as follows :
|Rank||Pay Bands / Scale||Grade Pay||MSP|
|Sub Lieutenant||PB-3 / 15600-39100||5400||6000|
|Lieutenant||PB-3 / 15600-39100||6100||6000|
|Lieutenant CDR||PB-3 / 15600-39100||6600||6000|
|Commander||PB-4 / 37400-67000||8000||6000|
|Captain||PB-4 / 37400-67000||8700||6000|
|Commodore||PB-4 / 37400-67000||8900||6000|
|Rear Admiral||PB-4 / 37400-67000||10000||-|
|Vice Admiral & Equivalent||HAG Scale / 67000-79000||-||-|
|Vice Admiral & Equivalent||HAG + Scale / 75500-80000||-||-|
|VCNS / C-IN-C / Equiv||Apex 80000||-||-|
|Admiral / Equiv||90000||-||-|
6. Indian Navy Allowances ( as applicable ) : The rates of allowances for Indian Navy applicable to officers are as follows :
|Allowances||To whom granted||Rate Per Month ( pm )
( in )
|Technical||Technical Officers||2500-6250 / pm depending on courses qualified|
|Instructional||All Officers posted as Instructors||2250 / pm|
|Flying Allowance||Qualified Pilot / Observer||11250-17500 / pm|
|Submarine||Qualified Submariner||11250-17500 / pm|
|Marcos||Qualified as Marcos||11250-17500 / pm|
|Diving||Clearance / Ships Diver||1000 / 500 / pm|
|Sea going||All Naval Officers Serving Onboard Ships ( Sailing Only )||5250-6500 / pm on basis of Rank|
|Uniform||All Officers||20000 ( Initial grant ) & 6250 ( Every 3 Yrs )|
|Hard Area||All Officers posted in Hard Area as declared by Govt.||25% of basic Pay|
|House Rent||All Officers not provided Govt. Accommodation||10-30 % of Basic ( Pay Band + Grade Pay + MSP )|
|Transport||All Officers||1600-3200 ( + DA thereon )|
7. Cost to Company ( CTC ) :
The CTC for a Sub Lieutenant would be approximately 65,000/- per month. This includes Basic Pay, DA, Grade Pay, Military Service Pay, House Rent Allowance and Transport allowance. These rates are not statutory and are subject to change.
8. Privileges :
In addition to the CTC mentioned above, Navy provides Free Medical Facilities for Self & dependents, Canteen Facilities, Entitled Rations, Mess / Club / Sports Facilities, Furnished Govt. Accommodation, Car / Housing Loan at subsidised rate.
9. Group Insurance & Gratuity :
Insurance cover of 40 lakhs ( on contribution ) and Gratuity will be granted to the officer as per the latest rules in force.
10. Leave Entitlements :
Officers are entitled to 60 days annual and 20 days casual leave every year ( subject to service exigencies ). They are also entitled 40% rail concession to any place and free travel ( as per extant rules ) for self and dependents. Leave during Indian Navy training period will be as per the Indian Navy Training Policy in force.
11. Sports & Adventure :
The Indian Navy provides facilities to pursue any sport of your liking. In addition, one can learn and participate in adventure sports, such as river rafting, mountaineering, hot air ballooning, hang gliding, wind surfing etc.
12. Indian Navy Physical fitness :
In Indian Naval Academy curriculum, a lot of emphasis is laid on physical fitness. You are therefore, advised to remain fit by undertaking regular physical excercises, sports, running, swimming, etc. so that you can meet the Indian Navy training goals successfully.
13. Candidates are to submit application for Indian Navy 2011 in ‘e-application’ ( Online ) for this entry. The candidates desirous of applying online for Indian Navy ( e-application ) can do so from 02 Nov 11. The online application for Indian Navy registration will cease on 26 Nov 11.The procedure for applying Indian Navy online form 2011 is explained in Paras 14 & 15 below.
14. Indian Navy Online ( e-application ) :
Whilst filling up the e-application for Indian Navy, it is advisable to keep the relevant documents readily available to enable the following :
- Correct filling up of personal particulars.Details are to be filled up as given in the Matriculation Certificate.
- Fields such as e-mail address, mobile number are mandatory fields and need to be filled.
15. Filling up of Indian Navy e-application : For filling up application online for Indian Navy visit our website www.nausena-bharti.nic.in and proceed as follows :
- Click on the “Officer Entry” button under the option ‘Apply Online’ on the Home Page.
- Fill the Indian Navy online registration form. Tips to assist in filling up fields have been provided as you highlight each field.
- Before clicking the submit button it should be checked whether all the details entered in the form are correct as you will not be able to make any corrections after saving the record.
- After submitting the form, a ‘Roll Number’ will be generated by the system and displayed on the screen. This Roll Number will automatically appear on the print out of the form. If the system does not generate the Roll Number, it is an indication of non-acceptance of Application for Indian Navy by the system.
- Print two copies of the Indian Navy online Application Form 2011 having the system generated Roll Number. One copy of this Application Form is to be duly signed and mailed ( posted ) to the following address along with the following documents :
Post Box No. 04,
New Delhi – 110 021.
Self attested photograph, Attested photo copies of 10th & 12th class certificates along with Mark Sheets, other educational certificates and mark sheets of all semester / years. Send the Indian Navy Application 2011 by normal post. Application received by Speed Post / Courier Registered Post will not be accepted.
- A superscription is to be made on envelope : Online Roll No.____ application for 10+2 cadet ( B.Tech ) Entry Scheme – Jun 2012 course Qualification PCM Percentage ___%. Application and requisite enclosures must be properly tagged / stapled, IHQ MoD ( Navy ) will not be responsible for loss of enclosures, if sent loose.Note :
- Final receipt of the printout of the online Application Form with system generated Roll Number and all documents as mentioned in sub para (e) above ( if received by 06 Dec 11 ) will be the final confirmation of receipt of your Application at IHQ MoD ( Navy ). Hence, only filling the application online / generation of Roll No. does not imply that the candidate has fulfilled all the criteria given in the advertisement.
- Your application is subject to subsequent scrutiny and the application can be rejected, if found ineligible at any point of time.
Selection Procedure for Indian Navy
- Candidates will be issued call up for Service Selection Board ( SSB ) interviews based on their PCM marks in 10+2 / equivalent Examination. Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence ( Navy ) reserves the right to short-list applications and to fix cut off percentage. No communication will be entertained on this account. Indian Navy SSB interviews for short-listed candidates will be scheduled at Bangalore / Bhopal / Coimbatore during Feb to May 2012.
- Stage I test, consisting of Intelligence Tests, Picture Perception and Discussion Tests will be conducted on the second day of arrival at SSB. Candidate who fail to qualify in Stage I will be routed back on the same day. Stage II Tests comprising of Psychological Testing, Group Testing and Indian Navy Interview will last for 04 days. Successful candidates will thereafter undergo Medical examination ( approx duration 03-05 days ).
- Candidates recommended by the SSBs and declared medically fit, will be appointed for training for Indian Navy in order of All India Merit depending on the number of Indian Navy vacancies.
- Change of Indian Navy SSB venue for interview is not permissible.
- Any correspondence regarding change of SSB dates be addressed to the President of the concerned SSB on receipt of call up letter and Directorate of Manpower Planning & Recruitment ( OI&R ), Room No 204, ‘C’ Wing, Sena Bhawan, IHQ-MoD (N), New Delhi – 110 011. Award of fresh dates for SSB would be given by the President SSB subject to availability.
- No compensation will be paid in respect of any injury sustained as a result of tests.
- Return 3rd AC rail fare is admissible for the Indian Navy SSB interview, if appearing for the first time for this entry.
Indian Navy Training
17. The training for Indian Navy is scheduled to commence in Jun 2012.
18. Selected Candidates will be inducted as Cadets for four year B Tech course in Electronics & Communication or Mechanical Engineering at the Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala Kerala. During the course, Cadets will be allotted Executive, Engineering including Naval Architect specialisation and Electrical Branch. On completion of the course, B Tech Degree will be awarded by Jawaharlal Nehru University ( JNU ).
The entire cost of Indian Navy training, including books and reading material, will be borne by the Indian Navy. The cadets will also be provided with free clothing and messing.