Indian Navy Is Getting So High-Tech, Your JEE Mains Rank Can Let You Join As Officer!

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With an eye on recruiting officers who have the technical capabilities of handling and managing its hi-tech overhaul, the Indian Navy will shortlist candidates under one scheme using their performances in the Joint Entrance Exam (Main). Aspiring candidates for the 10+2 B Tech cadet entry scheme will now have to take the JEE (Main) in 2017 to be eligible for entry to the January 2018 course at the Indian Naval Academy.

About 120 candidates will be shortlisted based on their JEE (Main) scores to appear before the Services Selection Board (SSB) for interviews. The 10+2 B Tech cadet entry scheme will no longer use the candidate's scores in Physics, Maths and Chemistry (PCM) in the Class XII exams. As TOI reported earlier, the first direct-entry batch of BTech officers graduated from the INA in May 2013.
The JEE scores have been chosen as a benchmark to negate the uneven nature of scoring systems adopted by various state examination boards.

"Different state examination boards have gone berserk in awarding high marks in Class XII. We were finding the quality of candidates coming for the SSB interview or training very uneven," said a senior Navy officer.

"The JEE (Main) ranks, which the CBSE has agreed to share with us, will be a better benchmark. With the government approving the move, youngsters will have to appear for the JEE (Main) in 2017 to be eligible for the January 2018 course at INA," the officer added.

The Indian Navy has been tweaking its recruitment procedures to better suit the increasingly technological and technical nature of roles of its officers. The force is undergoing a major technological overhaul, considering the advancements and upgrades to its weapon systems and sensors on existing ships. The Navy has also been inducting state-of-the-art warships, that too has raised the technological profile of the job of officers on board.

The Navy had earlier implemented its plan to ensure that almost all its new officers have B Tech degrees. This would be combined with the traditional military and leadership skills that they are expected to have gained when they graduate from Indian Naval Academy in Kerala.
At present, the Navy uses other modes of officer recruitment as well. First, there is the National Defence Academy (NDA) route, where 78 cadets undergo the three-year course at the tri-service NDA. These cadets get commissioned as officers with BTech degrees after another year of intensive training at the INA.

Second, 110 cadets are picked to directly join the INA for the four-year-BTech programme after clearing the UPSC exams. This happens across two batches each year.

Source: India Times
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Online Application for Indian Navy Recruitment 2017 – Pilot NAIC Jun 2017

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Date of Notification:  10-09-2016
Online application link:http://www.nausena-bharti.nic.in/forthcomingOfficer.php
Last Date of Online Submission of Application: 30-09-2016
Last Date of Receipt of Online Application at Naval Head Quarters: 10-10-2016
Link for original advertisement: http://www.nausena-bharti.nic.in/pdf/pilotobserver/AppEnglish.pdf

Notification issued by- Indian Navy
Name of the notification/entry/course- Short Service Commissioned Officer In Pilot/NAIC

Eligibility:-
Nationality-Indian
Age – 19 to 24
Gender – Male/Female
Education Qualification- B.E./B.Tech in any discipline with Physic and Mathematics in 12th with minimum 60 percentage in graduation.
Physical/Medical–
S.No
Branch Cadre
Eye Sight
Height and Weight
1
Pilot
Distance Vision 6/6,6/9
Correctable to 6/6,6/6
Should not be color blind or Night blind
Height-162.5
With correlated weight, leg length, sitting height and thigh length.
2
NAIC
Distance Vision 6/6,6/9
Correctable to 6/6,6/12
Should not be color blind or Night blind
Male – 157 cm
Female – 152 cm
With correlated weight, as per age and height


Vacancy details-

Brach/Cadre
Basic Qualification
Stream (Engineering)
Minimum Percentage
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Chemical
60
6SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Metallurgy
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Electronics
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Aerospace
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Instrumentation
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Electrical
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Information Technology
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Mechanical
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Instrumentation
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Production
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Production
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Chemical
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Electronics
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Metallurgy
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Aerospace
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Information Technology
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.E
Electrical
60
SSC (NAIC)
B.Tech
Mechanical
60
SSC (Pilot)
B.E
Any Discipline
60
SSC (Pilot)
B.Tech
Any Discipline
60

Type of commission for the vacancy – Short Service Commission

Pay and allowances:-
Pay Band/Scale – PB-3/15600-39100
Grade Pay- 5400
MSP-6000

How to apply?
1.     Visit Join Indian Navy website. www.joinindiannavy.gov.in
2.     Click on Apply Online for Officers entry.
3.     Click on Apply for SSC Pilot NAIC Entry July 2017
4.     Fill the online application form
5.     Keep ready your digital passport size photo and signature.
6.     After filling the form, click on preview button and cross check all the particulars filled by you.
7.     After this submit the application form and take two printout of application form.
8.     Send one copy of application form to following address by ordinary post only (Not Speed Post or Courier) “Address-Post Box No. 02, Sarojini Nagar PO, New Delhi-110 023″.with documents
    • Self-attested Photographs.
    • 10th & 12th class certificate & Mark sheet photocopies.
    • Degree Mark sheet photo copies of all semester/Years.
    • In case CGPA, candidate is required to attach certificate issued by the university for conversion of CGPA in to percentage. Application to be sent by ordinary post only. Speed post/courier and Registered post will not be accepted.
9.     This application form must reach at above mentioned address on or before 09 March 2016. Otherwise your form will be rejected.
10.  Candidates have to write following details on Post Envelope: Online Application No. …………Application For Pilot/NAIC July 2017 Course Qualification ……… Percentage…….% NCC “C” Yes/No


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Rustom movie hero Indian Navy Uniform mismash

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Rustom movie images

A tweet from Sandeep about the recent Rustom movie hero uniform as "Bollywood just can't get the Uniforms right".
  • Movie :Rustam.
  • It is a story set in 1959.
  • Bar Curl reversed.
  • Name tag was introduced in 1970s.
  • Moustache without beard was permitted only after 1971.
  • Kargil Star 1999.
  • OP Parakram 2001-02
  • Kargil Medal.
  • Silver Jubilee medal 1972.

Source : Twitter, credits to Sandeep Unnithan.

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Legend of India - Things to Learn from Dr. Kalam

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This real life incident was happened in 2014.
Kalam sir was attending an event organised by Sowbhagya Enterprises(well known manufacturer of wet grinders) in Erode , at the end of event Kalam sir was gifted with a wet grinder.
Now,though he wanted one for his house,kalam sir refused to accept it as a gift rather he wrote out a cheque of Rs 4850 in favour of Sowbhagya enterprises .

The company & the managing director was very honoured by the gesture and instead of encashing the cheque they framed it & kept in their office.

Two months later,they received a call kalam sirs office saying that the cheque needs to be deposited soon and if not grinder would be returned .

No other options left out to the company, they took the photocopy of the cheque and they given it for clearing.
A true leader & a man of greatness who inspired thousands of youngsters in India through his simplicity,inspirational speech & hard work.
A humble human being who dedicated his entire life to the nation and mankind.
“In simple words Kalam sir is a Legend like no other”

Thank you!

Content Courtesy: https://www.quora.com/profile/Vijayaraj-Subramanian
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