The Indian Army has invited online applications to recruit unmarried male and female law graduates for the grant of its Short Service Commission for judge advocate general branch. The recruitment notification has been published on the official portal of the Indian Army. Interested and eligible candidates can submit their online application by June 4. In total, there are eight vacancies announced out of which six vacancies are available for men and two for women.
The selected candidates will undergo training for 49 weeks at Officers Training Academy (OTA), Chennai. On the completion of the Pre-Commission training, the candidates will be granted a ‘postgraduate Diploma in Defence and Strategic Studies by the University of Madras. Later they will be appointed for Short Service Commission for an initial period of 10 years which can further be extended for four years.
Indian Army SSC recruitment 2021: Eligibility criteria
Applicants must hold an LLB Degree (three years professional after graduation or five years after 10+2 examination) with a minimum 55 per cent aggregate marks. The candidates should also be registered as an advocate with the Bar Council of India/State.
The applicants should have attained a minimum age of 21 years and must not exceed 27 years as of July 1, 2021.
Indian Army SSC Recruitment 2021: How to apply?
Step 1: Visit the official portal of the Indian Army
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the tab for ‘Officer Entry Apply/Login’
Step 3: Next, click on the ‘Registration’ link and fill in the required details.
Step 4: Once the registration is done, click on the ‘Apply Online’ link
Step 5: After getting registered, proceed with the application form. A new page will be opened ‘Officers Selection – ‘Eligibility’
Step 6: Click on ‘Apply’ and complete the application form
Step 7: Submit the application form and download a copy of it for further reference.
Indian Army SSC Recruitment 2021: Salary
Selected candidates will get a monthly salary of Rs 56,100 during the entire duration of the training period at OTA.
Sources : News 18