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Indian Navy B.Tech Entry Scheme 2016

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What is Indian Navy B.Tech Entry Scheme 2016?

Applications are invited 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 the 10+2 (B Tech) Cadet Entry Scheme. 

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, and Kerala. During the course, Cadets will be allotted Executive or Engineering including Naval Architect specialisation or Electrical Branch. On completion of the course, B Tech Degree will be awarded by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).

Note:- The entire cost of training, including books and reading material, will be borne by the Indian Navy. The cadets will also be provided with free clothing and messing. 

Who can apply for this scholarship ?

1. Age: 17 to 19½ years {i.e. born between 02 Jan 1997 & 01 Jul 1999 (both dates inclusive)}.
2. Educational Qualification: Passed 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).
3. Physical Standards:
(a) Height and Weight. Minimum height - 157 cms with correlated weight as per age.
(b) Eye Sight. The minimum acceptable vision standards for distant vision is 6/6, 6/9 correctable to
6/6, 6/6 with glasses. Should not be colour/night blind.
(c) Tattoo. Permanent body tattoos on any part of the body are permitted to candidates belonging to
tribal communities/from tribal areas as declared by the Government of India. For other candidates permanent
body tattoos are only permitted on inner face or forearms i.e. from inside of elbow to wrist end
on the reverse side of palm/back (dorsal) side of hand. Details in this regard are available on the naval
recruitment website: www. joinindiannavy.gov.in
Note:- There will be no relaxation in Physical Standards

How can you apply ?

1. Candidates are to fill in ‘e-application' (Online) for this entry. The candidates are to apply online
(e-application) from 12 Dec 2015. The online application registration will cease on 02 Jan 2016.
IMPORTANT- Please read the instructions given on the website carefully before submitting your ‘e-application’
form.

2. Online (e-application):- Whilst filling up the e-application, it is advisable to keep the relevant
documents readily available to enable the following:-
(a) Correct filling up of personal particulars. Details are to be filled up as given in the Matriculation
Certificate.
(b) Fields such as e-mail address, mobile number are mandatory fields and need to be filled.
3. Filling up of e-application:- For filling up application Online visit our website
www.joinindiannavy.gov.in and proceed as follows:-
(a) Click on the ‘Officer Entry’ button under the option 'Apply Online' on the Home Page.
(b) Fill the online registration form. Tips to assist in filling up fields have been provided as you highlight
each field.
(c) After filling the form click on Preview and check if all the information entered by you is correct.
(d) Before clicking the Print Application button it should be checked whether all the details entered in the
form is correct as you will not be able to make any corrections after saving the record. Candidates can
take the print of the application form by entering the relevant details.
(e) Before clicking the instructions for SSB 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.
Candidates can read the instructions on conduct of SSB by clicking on the instruction for SSB button
and can take the print of the application form by entering the details from the download sections under
officer entry.
(f)Print two copies of the online Application Form having the system generated Application Number.
(g) Paste recent passport size colour photograph at the space provided and self attest the same.
(h)One copy of this Application Form is to be duly signed and mailed (posted) to Post Box No. 04,
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi - 110 011 along with the following documents:- Self attested photograph,
Self attested photo copies of 10th & 12th class certificates along with Mark Sheets. 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.
(i) A superscription is to be made on envelope: ONLINE APPLICATION NO. ________ APPLICATION
for 10+2 (B.Tech) for Jun 2016 Course Qualification______ Percentage _____%. NCC ‘C’ Yes/No.
Application and requisite enclosures must be properly tagged/stapled; IHQ MoD (Navy) will not be
responsible for loss of enclosures, if sent loose.
Note:-
(i) Final receipt of the printout of the Online Application Form with system generated Application
Number and all documents as mentioned in sub para (e) above if received by 12 Jan 2016 will be the
final CONFIRMATION of receipt of your Application at IHQ MoD (Navy). Hence, only filling the
application Online/generation of Application No. does not imply that the candidate has fulfilled all the
criteria given in the advertisement.
(ii) Your application is subject to subsequent scrutiny and the application can be rejected, if found
INELIGIBLE/INVALID at any point of time

FAQs

1. What is the Procedure to Apply Online?

Candidates have the option of submitting application in Physical format or e-application for a particular Entry. Candidate can only apply in one of the formats as mentioned above. Receipt of multiple applications from the same candidate for the same entry will result in cancellation of candidature.

Whilst filling of the e-application, it is advisable to keep the relevant documents readily available to enable the following:- 
(a) Correct filling up of personal particulars. Details are to be filled up as given in matriculation certificate. 
(b) Fields such as e-mail address, Mobile Number are mandatory and need to be filled.

For filling a application online visit our website www.nausena-bharti.nic.in and proceed as follows:- 
(a) Click on the "Officer/ Sailor Entry" button under the option Apply Online. 
(b) Fill the online application form. Tips to assist in filling up fields have been provided as you highlight each field. 
(c) Before clicking the Submit button it should be checked whether all the details entered in the form is correct because you will not be able to make any corrections after saving the record. 
(d) After submitting the form, a Roll Number will be generated by the system and displayed on the screen. This roll number will get printed automatically on the print out of the online application form. If the system does not generate the Roll Number, it is an indication of non-acceptance of Application by the system. 
(e) Candidates are required to print two copies of the Application form with the system generated Roll Number. One copy of this Application is to be duly signed and sent by ordinary post to the Post Box assigned corresponding to your state along with the relevant documents as specified in the advertisement for the particular entry.

Note: 
1. Final receipt of the printout of the Online Application Form with system generated Roll Number and all relevant documents as specified for the entry, will be the final CONFIRMATION of receipt of your Application at IHQ MoD(N). 
2. Your application is subject to subsequent scrutiny and the application can be rejected, without assigning reasons, if found INELIGIBLE at any point of time. Hence, only filling the application online/generation of Roll No does not indicate that the candidate has fulfilled all the criteria given in the advertisement. 
3.Application and requisite enclosures must be properly tagged/stapled. IHQ MoD(Navy) will not be responsible for loss of enclosures of documents not attached properly.

2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING MARKS COLUMN FOR CANDIDATES WITH GRADING SYSTEM/ CGPA GRADES.

If you have CGPA/ grading system for evaluation in your University, then fill the marks column as per instructions given below.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING MARKS COLUMN FOR CANDIDATES WITH GRADING SYSTEM/ CGPA GRADES

1. Take out your University Approved Conversion Chart for conversion of your grades to percentages.
2. Compute your semester wise percentages based on the formula used by your University.
3. Note down all your semester wise percentages carefully.
EXAMPLE:
Candidate A has grading system for evaluation in his University. He has secured the following grades in his 04 years of study.

Year/ Semester    Credits Obtained    Total Credits    Formula For Conversion From Grades To Percentages    Calculated Percentage
(a)    Year 1 (Semester 1)    3.0    4    Multiply Credit Obtained by 20    60
(b)    Year 1 (Semester 2)    3.0    4    60
(c)    Year 2 (Semester 3)    3.0    4    60
(d)    Year 2 (Semester 4)    3.0    4    60
(e)    Year 3 (Semester 5)    3.0    4    60
(f)    Year 3 (Semester 6)    3.0    4    60
(g)    Year 4 (Semester 7)    3.0    4    60
(h)    Year 4 (Semester 8)    3.0    4    60
Now candidate A has to fill in the marks column, such that the total percentage is 60.
He will have to enter 100 in maximum marks column and 60 in marks obtained column.
Finally, the system will compute the aggregate percentage for his 04 years of study as 60 %.

As explained, candidates should fill in the marks accordingly.
3. Instructions in case of application number not displayed by system.

If you are unable to generate an application number, then please ensure the following:-
INSTRUCTIONS IN CASE OF APPLICATION NUMBER NOT DISPLAYED BY SYSTEM OR ON SUBMISSION SYSTEM GIVES AN ERROR "SPECIFIED URL NOT FOUND"

1. Ensure that the size of the photograph that you are uploading is less than 10kb in size.
2. The photograph can be resized using any standard Microsoft photo editor tool.
3. Ensure that the antivirus of your system is not blocking any of the pop-ups given by our website. 
4. The system through which you are filling up your e-application form should be free from any viruses, worms, trojans, etc.
5. If still there is an error in generating the application number, then you can either change your browser or reset your internet browser.

4. What is the Procedure of Selection of Officers in the Navy?
Recruitment into the Navy is carried out on the basis of All India Merit. The number of uniformed personnel recruited/inducted depends on the number of eligible applicants (men and women) who are able to qualify in the written test, Services Selection Board interview and medical examination and their relative position in the Merit. No distinction is made on the basis of gender/religion/caste/creed/region either during recruitment or at any point in time thereafter. The Commission in the Indian Navy is open to young men and women of our country. They have the option to join the Executive, Technical and Education Branches of the Indian Navy. The detailed selection procedure and the eligibility criteria is given in the careers@navy section.

5. What are the future growth prospects for officers in the Navy?
The Navy is reflective of the technological progress of the country. The sophisticated ships, submarines and aircraft of the Navy require only the best talent in the country to operate. The fact that the Navy is evolving into a formidable regional force is indicative of the high quality of the men manning it. The credit also goes to the professional attitude of the HRD organization and the Training Establishments of the Navy. 
An officer in the Navy is provided with all the opportunities to improve professionally and the exposure is conducive to develop as an alert, responsible and committed individual. The officers who are competent and deserving in all respects have the potential to rise to the very top in the hierarchy. For the talented and hardworking Officers, the opportunity is available to reach the very top i.e. they can rise to the rank of an Admiral. Even amongst sailors, the deserving can upgrade themselves as Commissioned Officers and rise as per their competence.

6. What kind of 'Officer like Qualities' are required for commission in the Navy?
The candidates who successfully pass the competitive examination conducted by the UPSC, are interviewed by the Services Selection Boards. Officer Like Qualities of a candidate are assessed during these interviews, which last for about 3 to 4 days. In broad terms, the ability of an individual to withstand physical and mental stress, leadership qualities, determination, fighting spirit, clarity of thought, expression, resolve and overall suitability is assessed during the course of the interview.

7. What kind of avenue does the Indian Navy provides to its officers to participate in extracurricular activities? 
Its not all work and no play in the Navy. The Navy has a dedicated organisation to give opportunities to its personnel for participation in all kinds of adventure activities (Para Sailing, Mountaineering, Scuba Diving, Hang Gliding, Skiing, water sports etc) and all kinds of sports activities.

8. Sir, I Hold a Engineering Degree, Which Branch can I join in the Navy? Please advise the procedure? 
As an engineer, you have a choice to either join the Executive Branch, Education Branch or the Technical Branches. As an Executive Officer, the challenges are unique and entail responsibility of leading men into war. The Technical Branches contribute in maintaining the equipment having cutting edge technology. The complete exposure is loaded with excitement and stimulates you in achieving professional excellence. As an Education officer you train the officers and me at various academies and professional training establishment of the Navy.

9. I completed my graduation from a private institution can I join the Navy?
It is mandatory that all Degrees and Educational Qualifications are recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC). All candidates desirous of joining the Indian Navy must be physically/medically fit, as per laid down standards. Proficiency in sport, swimming and extra-curricular activities is desirable.

10. What are Methods of Recruitment as an officer in the Navy? 
Recruitment as an Officer in the Navy is based on 'All India Merit' and is well streamlined, transparent, expeditious and candidate friendly. There are two modes of induction in the Indian Navy viz. UPSC Entry and Non UPSC Entry, as follows:-
    (a) UPSC Entries. The UPSC holds an examination for the entry into the National Defence Academy (NDA)/Naval Academy (10+2) and Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE), twice a year. The UPSC entries are Permanent Commission (PC) entries in which the UPSC calls for applications, conducts the written examination and short lists candidates for SSB. Short listed candidates are sent to the SSBs located at Bangalore, Bhopal and Coimbatore. Result of qualified candidates is forwarded to UPSC for making the final merit. Medically fit candidates who are in the merit are appointed by ADG (Rtg) / IHQ of MoD (Navy). The education qualification for UPSC entries are as follows:-
    (i) National Defence Academy (NDA) & Naval Academy Examination. Candidates on completion of the 10+2 (PCM) Examination or while in the 12th standard are eligible to compete. Successful candidates join the NDA or Naval Academy as Naval cadets.
    (ii) Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE). University graduates are eligible to appear in the examination. Successful candidates join the Naval Academy for the Naval Orientation Course (NOC).
    (b) Non UPSC Entries. The Non UPSC entries are both for Permanent Commission (PC) and Short Service Commission (SSC). In this case the applications are invited and short listed at Integrated Headquarters of the Ministry of Defence (Navy) [IHQ of MoD (Navy)] on the basis of marks secured in the qualifying educational exams ie 10+2, Graduate or Post graduate. The short listed candidates are sent for SSB interviews. Thereafter, a merit list, comprising of qualified candidates, is prepared as per the availability of vacancies. The non UPSC entries are as follows:-
    (i) Executive (SSC). 
       * Logistics (SSC).
       * Law (PC & SSC).
       * Air traffic Control (SSC).
       * Hydrography (SSC).
       * Naval Armament Inspection (PC & SSC).
       * Pilot (SSC).
       * Observer (SSC).
    (ii) Marine Engineering (including Naval Architects)
       * SSC (GS)
       * SSC (Submarines)
       * 10+2 (B Tech entry). Under the scheme, candidates with 10 +2 (PCM) qualifications, after selection through the Services Selection Board, are sent to Naval Academy for the NOC. Thereafter, they undergo a four year Engineering course at INS Shivaji/Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) for Naval Architecture. On successful completion of the course they are granted permanent commission in the Electrical and Engineering branches of the Navy. 
       * University Entry Scheme (UES). The UES has been re-launched wef Aug 05 course. Final year engineering students are eligible for induction into the technical Branches/Cadres of the navy. Naval selection teams from the IHQ of MoD (Navy) and Command Headquarters visit AICTE approved Engineering colleges across the country to shortlist the candidates. The short listed candidates, based on all India Merit, are called for interview at the Services Selection Board. The successful candidates, thereafter, are put through the medical tests. Final selection is based on all India merit on the basis of marks obtained in the SSB interviews.
       * Special Naval Architects Entry Scheme (SNAES). Government has recently approved the induction of 45 Naval Architect officers into the Naval Architecture Cadre of the Engineering Branch of the Indian Navy, as Short Service Commission Officers, under a Special scheme of 'Special Naval Architects Entry Scheme' (SNAES).

The terms and conditions of service, as laid down in regulations 124 of Chapter IV of Regs Navy Part III, are applicable to these officers also. An empowered Naval team visits IIT Kharagpur, IIT Chennai, Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) and Andhra University, where B Tech (Naval Architecture) course is conducted, to select the candidates through campus interviews. The selected candidates undergo medical examination at the nearest Military Hospital and if found fit, are selected for training.
    (iii) Electrical Engineering.
       * SSC (GS)
       * SSC (Submarines)
    (iv) Education (PC & SSC).

11. I have a NCC 'C' certificate, does the Navy give me any preference for selection? 
University graduates possessing NCC 'C' certificate with minimum 'B' grading and 50% marks in the graduation degree examination are inducted in the navy as regular commissioned officers. These graduates are exempted from appearing in the CDSE conducted by the UPSC and are selected through the SSB interview only. They join the Naval Academy for NOC along with the CDSE cadets. The NCC certificate holders can also apply for Short Service Commission in Executive Branch. They are required to be a graduate in Science with Physics and Maths.

12. What is Permanent Commissioned officer in Naval Armament Inspection cadre of Executive Branch? 
The permanent commissioned officers in Naval Armament Inspection cadre of Executive Branch are responsible for inspection of the armament supplied to the Navy by various agencies ensuring the quality, safety and reliability of Naval Armament and Stores. These officers are also responsible for in-house R & D leading to indigenisation.

13. What is Short Service Commissioned officer in Air Traffic Control cadre?
The officers in the Air Traffic Control cadre of Executive Branch of the Indian Navy( male & female Indian citizens), are responsible for controlling naval fighter aircraft, reconnaissance aircraft and multi role helicopters ashore and afloat.

14. What is Short Service Commissioned officer in Hydro cadre?
The officers in the Hydro cadre of Executive Branch of the Indian Navy are short service commissioned officers (male Indian Citizens), who are responsible for collecting information needed for the charts used by the Indian Navy and other navies of the world. Their career is interspersed from duties afloat and on shore.

15. What is Permanent Commission (PC), in Education Branch?
Officers in the Education Branch are responsible for scientific & methodical instruction and teaching which includes theoretical aspects of all Technical subjects taught in the Indian Navy. Education officers are also required to teach officers & sailors in the training establishments such as Naval College of Engineering, NDA, Naval Academy etc.

16. What is 10+2 (B Techl) cadet entry Scheme in Permanent Commission?
Under the scheme, candidates with 10 +2 (PCM) qualifications, after selection through the Services Selection Board, can make a career in Executive/ Marine/Electrical/Electronic Engineering/ Naval Architecture branch of Indian Navy. They undergo a four year Engineering course at prestigious Indian Naval Academy at Ezhimala and Cochin University of Science & technology (CUSAT, for Naval Architecture) under this entry.
Under the scheme, candidates with 10 +2 (PCM) qualifications, after selection through the Services Selection Board, are sent to Naval Academy where they undergo 4 yrs B Tech curriculum. On successful completion of the course they are granted permanent commission in the Electrical and Engineering branches of the Navy.

17. What is SSC officer in Technical Branches (Submarine cadre)?
As a Short Service Commissioned officer in technical Branches (Submarine Cadre) you will enjoy the challenge of new frontiers and will be the part of elite arm of the Indian Navy.

18. What is the method of Recruitment of Officers ?
The recruitment system of the Navy is well streamlined, transparent, expeditious and candidate friendly. There are two modes of induction in the Indian Navy viz. UPSC Entry and Non UPSC Entry. The UPSC entries are National Defence Academy (NDA) & Naval Academy Examination and Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE) and are for Permanent Commission (PC). In this case the UPSC calls for applications, conducts the examination and short lists candidates for SSB. Short listed candidates are sent to the SSBs located at Bangalore, Bhopal and Coimbatore. Result of qualified candidates is forwarded to UPSC for making the final merit. Medically fit candidates who are in the merit are appointed by ADG (Rtg) / IHQ of MoD (Navy) for appointment to NDA/Naval Academy. The Non UPSC entries are both for Permanent Commission (PC) and Short Service Commission (SSC). In this case the applications are invited and short listed at Integrated Headquarters of the Ministry of Defence (Navy) [IHQ of MoD (Navy)]. The short listed candidates are sent for SSB interviews. Thereafter, a merit list, comprising of qualified candidates, is prepared as per the availability of vacancies.

19. What is the recruitment procedure through UPSC Entry? 
The UPSC holds, twice a year, an examination for the entry into the National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (10+2). Candidates on completion of the 10+2 (PCM) Examination or while in the 12th standard are eligible to compete. Successful candidates join the NDA or Naval Academy as Naval cadets. On completion of the NDA/Naval Academy training, they are sent to the training ships at Kochi for naval sea training. For the Graduate Special Entry Scheme the UPSC also holds Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE), twice a year. University graduates are eligible to appear in the examination. Successful candidates join the Naval Academy for the Naval Orientation Course (NOC).

20. What is the recruitment procedure through Non UPSC Entries? 
Recruitment for the Non UPSC entries is made through Service Selection Board interviews for the following Branches/Cadres of the Navy:- 
       (a) Executive/ Hydro, Aviation and Observer.
       (b) Engineering (including Naval Architects).
       (c) Electrical Engineering.
       (d) Logistics.
       (e) Education
       (f) Law.
       (g) Air traffic Control.
       (h) Hydrography.
       (j) Naval Armament Inspection.
21. What is the University Entry Scheme(UES)?
Final year Engineering students are eligible for induction into the technical Branches/Cadres of the Navy under the scheme. Naval selection teams from the IHQ of MoD (Navy) and Command Headquarters visit AICTE approved Engineering colleges across the country to shortlist the candidates. The short listed candidates, based on All India Merit, are called for interview at the Services Selection Board. The successful candidates, thereafter, are put through the medical tests. Final selection is based on all India merit on the basis of marks obtained in the SSB interviews.

22. How Often Will I Get Promoted?
The promotion till the rank of a Commander is on a time scale basics. The promotion to further higher ranks is based on selection. All promotions are subject to your clearing the required qualification course /exams on time and meet the sea service, physical and medical requirement for your branch.

Terms and Conditions

(a) Candidates will be issued call up for Services Selection Board (SSB) based on their performance in
Senior Secondary Education (10+2 equivalent). Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Navy) reserves
the right to shortlist applications and to fix cut off percentage. No communication will be entertained on this
account. SSB interviews for short listed candidates will be scheduled at Bangalore/Bhopal/Coimbatore/Visakhapatnam
during Feb - May 16.
(b) Shortlisted candiates will be informed about their selection for SSB interview on their E-mail or thorugh
SMS (provided by candidate in their application form).
(c) SSB interview will be conducted in two Stages. Stage I test consists of intelligence test, Picture
Perception and Discussion test. Candidates who fail to qualify in Stage I will be routed back on the same day.
Stage II tests comprises Psychological testing, Group testing and Interview which will last for 04
days.Successful candidates will thereafter undergo Medical Examination (approx duration 03-05 days).
(d) Candidates recommended by the SSBs and declared medically fit, will be selected for training
in the order of an All India Merit List depending on the number of vacancies.
(e) Change of SSB venue for interview is not permissible.
(f) Any correspondence regarding change of SSB date is to be addressed to the Callup Officer of
the concerned SSB on receipt of call up letter. Award of fresh dates for SSB would be subject to
availability.
(g) No compensation will be paid in respect of any injury sustained as a result of tests.
(h) Return 3rd AC rail fare is admissible for the SSB interview, if appearing for the first time for
this entry.

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