Indian Army NCC Selection Process

Indian Army NCC Selection Procedure

Indian Army NCC Selection Procedure:

Indian Army NCC Selection Procedure Indian Army recruits vacancies through NCC Special Entry Scheme 39th Course-Apr 2016 Short Service Commission (NT) for Men & Women. The selection process followed by Indian Army NCC has been detailed below.

Indian Army NCC Selection Procedure

Selection Procedure Details:

Selection Process is based on Physical Standards, Visual Standards and Physical Fitness Standards at OTA followed by Group Tests, Psychological Tests, Interview and Medical Examination.

  • Short listing of applications based on qualifications of the candidates will be carried out by the NCC Directorates and HQ DG NCC.
  • Candidates after short listing will be detailed for SSB interview by Additional Directorate General of Recruiting. The decision of Headquarter DG NCC and Addl. Dte Gen Rtg in Army HQ, in the matter of Short listing and forwarding of applications to SSBs will be final.
  • On arrival at the Selection Centre the candidates will be administered stage-I of the two stage testing procedure. Candidates failing in stage-I will be Sent back on the same day and those who qualify will be detained to undergo Group Tests, Psychological Tests and Interview which will extend for duration of 5 days.
  • Candidates recommended by SSBs will be required to go through Medical Exam. Candidates who are found medically fit will be placed in order of merit as per the marks obtained in SSB interview amongst the recommended candidates.
  • Candidates recommended by the Service Selection Board will undergo medical examination by a Board of Service Medical Officers. Women candidates recommended by Service Selection Board will undergo medical examination by a medical board of male/female doctors/Specialists/Gynecologist. However, there will be a Lady Medical Officer as member the Medical Board for female candidates.
  • The final selection will be made as per the order of merit subject to medical fitness and suitability in all other respects and number of vacancies available.

Medical Standards: A candidate should have robust physique and mental health, chest should be well developed with minimum 5 cm expansion, should have normal hearing in each ear. Should have sufficient number of natural healthy gums and teeth i.e 14 dental points. Should not have diseases like deformity of bones, hydrocele, varicose veins or piles. Should be in medical category Shape-1 in terms of Special Army Order 6/S/2005/Rtg dt 05 Aug 2005 as amended from time to time.

Written Exam: Candidates selected in the screening and declared medically fit will be permitted to appear in the written examination. The written exam will consist of one composite paper of 3 hours duration, composed of the following parts:-

  • Part I (Compulsory for all candidates): It will consist of Section 'A' and Section 'B'. Section 'A' will have questions on General English of 10+2 level. Section 'B' will have questions on General Knowledge of appropriate standard. Maximum Marks for each section is 25, Pass Marks for each section is 10.
  • Part II (Science of B.Sc Standard): Compulsory for M.Sc/B.Sc/MCA/BCA candidates. This part is further sub-divided into five sections covering Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer Science. Candidates will be required to attempt questions from any two sections. The candidate must pass in each section separately. Maximum Marks for each section is 25, pass Marks for each section is 10.
  • Part III (Humanities of B.A Standard): Compulsory for M.A/B.A candidates. This part is further sub-divided into four sections covering History, Geography, Political Science and Economics. Candidates will be required to attempt questions from any two sections. The candidate must pass in each section separately. Maximum Marks for each section is 25, pass marks for each section is 10.
  • MA/BA candidates with Mathematics may attempt questions from Mathematics section of Part II and atleast one more section of Part III.
  • MCA candidates with Arts Subjects at graduation level may attempt questions from Computer Science Section of part II and atleast one more section of Part III.
  • Answers may be given in English or Hindi.

Teaching Aptitude Test/Interview: The candidates declared successful in the above written examination and placed in the merit list will appear for Teaching Aptitude Test and Interview to be conducted at AEC Training College & Centre Pachmarhi (MP). Candidates qualifying in the Written Test, Teaching Aptitude Test and Interview and placed in the merit list will be enrolled in the Army Educational Corps.

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