Indian Navy SSC Recruitment 2020: Apply Online

important information about Indian Navy SSC recruitment 2021

 Indian Navy has recently published a recruitment notification for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) Officer for course commencing Jun 2021 onwards at Indian Naval Academy (INA) Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online. It is to be noted that, Due to COVID-19 widespread, an anomaly is being made in the public interest wherein no Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) for the AT – 21 course is being held for shortlisting candidates for SSB. The final merit list for induction will be prepared based only on SSB marks.


Indian Navy SSC Officer Recruitment 2020


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Last date of submission December 21, 2020
state Kerala
city Ernakulam
country India
Qualification degree
organization Indian navy Indian army Indian airforce
functional other functional areas


A total number of 210 vacancies are available for the Extended Naval Orientation Course, Naval Orientation Course (NOC) Regular, and Special NOC.

Important Dates

Starting Date of Online Application: 18 December 2020
Last Date of Online Application: 31 December 2020

Age Limit:

SSC Observer and SSC Pilot – Candidates should born between 02-07-1997 to 01-07-2002
SSC Education – Candidates should born between 02-07-1996 to 01-07-2000
Others – Candidates should born between 02-07-1996 & 01 -01-2002

Selection Process for Indian Navy Short Service Commission

  • Shortlisting of Applications Shortlisting of application will be formed on the preference of entries and normalized marks obtained by the candidates in the qualifying degree. Marks obtained by the candidates in the qualifying degree will be normalized using formulae mentioned on the Join Indian Navy website
  • SSB Interview Shortlisted candidates will be informed about their selection for SSB interview through e-mail or SMS
  • Medical Exam – Selected candidates in SSB will be called for medical examination as relevant to their entry. Candidates of Pilot entry are required to undergo Computerised Pilot Selection System (CPSS) followed by Aviation medical examination. Candidates for Observer entry are to undergo Aviation medical examination
  • Merit List – Based on the performance in SSB, merit lists would be prepared separately for Extended NOC, Regular NOC, and Special NOC

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