Showing posts from April, 2013

Recommendation in SSB at first attempt by Sandesh Chavan

Sandesh Chavan got recommended in his first attempt of SSB, He is a B.Com graduate from Mumbai.
Here, he is sharing his experience and guidelines for the aspirants.

“Good wishes to all aspiring candidates. I am Sandesh Chavan, Mumbai. I cleared SSB in this
April 2013, being my first attempt. Here I am sharing my experience. I would not describe you about the procedure at SSB, as it is well explained by Vignesh Sir. A lot of thanks to Vighnesh sir, because I had no information about SSB or rather entry in armed forces, he was the source of information for me.

They simply judge your attitude through three different angles- Psych., PI and GTO. Points to be noted:
1. Never Give Up, Come What May!
Not just in case of SSB but in any aspect of your life.

2. Win or Loose but never quit!
Try hard, put your sincere efforts, no matter you end up loosing it, but never quit.

3. For fake people it will be Next to Impossible to clear the SSB. Don’t try to be fake or lie in
any test. They are terri…

How to participate well in Group Discussion?

In this post i would like to tell the things about the insight of Group Discussion, about the mistakes of candidate and the expectations of the officials who is evaluating you during the discussion.

Have you read the above lines, Can you able to get what it says?
So, "What you are speaking matters and How you are speaking and How much you are 
speaking doesn't much matter".

Eg:-  Imagine a scenario where ten people are discussing about "Global Warming".
Here, every one tries to speak in the discussion and everyone's intention is to stop the global warming or to find the solution for that.  It is OK, but can you say is that will be a good discussion?
Since, discussion means everyone should discuss a common, healthy point.
Here, the person who is giving the healthy point is the leader.

How women law graduates can become a women officer in Indian Army without writing CDSE Exam ?

SHORT SERVICE COMMISSION Women LLB/LLM Entry Name of the Course Short Service Commission Non-Technical Women Training Academy OTA – Officers Training Academy Time of Notification for this Course June and December Process of Entry for this Course Direct SSB Interview à Medical Test à All India Merit List Type of Services available in this Entry Army Qualification for Service Graduate with LLB / LLM with 55% marks. Registered with Bar Council of India / State Marital Status Eligibility Unmarried Female Candidates Age Eligibility 21 - 27 years from the first day of starting of course at academy. After Successful Completion, Training starts by April and October Like date of SSB Interview dates October/November and April/May Duration of Training 49 Weeks

Online Application for Pilot/Observer entry by Indian Navy of both men and women for the course commencing by December 2013

If you want to fly in the sky as a pilot or if you want to handle the state of the art latest equipments of our Navy, then this call is for you friends.
Eligibility by Gender: Unmarried male and female candidates.
Pilot - Men
Observer - Men & Women
Age: 19 to 24 years, born between 02 January 1990 and 01 Jan 1995, both dates inclusive.
Note for CPL Holders, 19 to 25 years, born between 02 Jan 1989 and 01 Jan 1995; both dates inclusive
Also, the candidates who have failed PABT in earlier attempts are not eligible to apply.

Educational Qualification:
A bachelor degree in any discipline with minimum 70% marks with physics and mathematics as a subject in their 10+2 of Education.
For CPL Holders, 
A bachelor degree in any discipline with minimum 60% marks with physics and mathematics as a subject in their 10+2 of Education.

Online Application for Short Service Entry in Indian Navy for December 2013 Course in Technical and Executive Branches

Our Navy invites call for short service commission in two branches for unmarried male candidates
1) Executive Branch (General Services/Hydro Cadre)
2) Technical Branches

The courses are commencing at INA - Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala Coching by December 2013.

Eligibility Conditions:-
By Age:-
Technical (General Service), Submarine Specialisation, Executive (GS)/Hydro Cadre for all these entries the applicant should born between 02 Jan1989 to 01 Jul 1994 i.e. you should be 19 1/2 to 25 Years at the time of starting of the training.

By Education:-
The candidates should completed their B.E/B.Tech degree with minimum 70 % in a recognized university by AICTE.