NAVY LAW CADRE
NAVY LAW CADRE SSB
The Indian Navy is equipped with modern air carriers, destroyers, frigates, gunships, missile boats, submarines, and naval aircraft. Behind the well equipped and modern fleet are the well trained and dedicated naval officers who are doing their best in safeguarding India’s interests and playing a pivotal role in the country’s defence.
Indian Navy recruits people to its executive branch and sailor branch. The Executive branch officers man the command appointments on board. The recruitment is advertised through the Employment News and all important National and Regional news papers/dailies.
Separate cadre of Provost Officers exists to deal with Policing, Regulatory, Security and Vigilance needs of the Navy. Similarly, a separate cadre of Law Officers exists to deal with the legal needs of the navy. There are permanent Commissioned Officers as well as Short Service Commissioned Officers in the Law Cadre.
Candidates after short listing will be required to appear for Service Selection Board (SSB) Interview at Bangalore or Bhopal followed by Medical Examination. Candidates recommended by SSB are entered in course as Sub-Lieutenants and undergo Naval Orientation Course at Naval Academy (NAVAC), Goa followed by professional training at various Naval Training Establishments/ Units/Ships. Selection for all Permanent Commission entries, except 10 + 2 (Tech) Cadet entry and NCC Special entry (Graduate) is through a written examination conducted by the UPSC, followed by an interview by the SSB. There is no written examination for the Short Service Commission entries.
Navy Law Branch SSB :
- Forms – September & October
- Gender – Male & Female
- Age Limit – 20 to 27 years
- SSB Interview – May/Jun & Oct/Nov
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION :
A Degree in Law qualifying for emolument as an Advocate under the Advocates Act 1961, with 55% marks and above.
MODE OF SELECTION : SSB Interview.