(Indian Army NCC) भारतीय सैन्य NCC स्पेशल एंट्री स्कीम -2024

Indian Army, NCC Special Entry Scheme April 2024 – 55 Course, Indian Army NCC Recruitment 2023 (Indian Army NCC Bharti 2023) for 55 Posts.

कोर्सचे नाव: NCC स्पेशल एंट्री स्कीम एप्रिल 2024-55 कोर्स

Total: 55 जागा

पदाचे नाव & तपशील: 

पद क्र.

पदाचे नाव 

पद संख्या

1

 NCC स्पेशल एंट्री (पुरुष)

50

2

NCC स्पेशल एंट्री (महिला)

05

Total 

55

शैक्षणिक पात्रता:

  1. NCC ‘C’ Certificate Holders: (i) 50% गुणांसह पदवीधर   (ii) 02 वर्षे NCC मध्ये सेवा  (iii) NCC प्रमाणपत्र.

  2. Ward of Battle Casualties of Army Personnel: 50% गुणांसह पदवीधर.

वयाची अट: जन्म 02 जानेवारी 1999 ते 01 जानेवारी 2005 दरम्यान.

नोकरी ठिकाण: संपूर्ण भारत

Fee: फी नाही.

Online अर्ज करण्याची शेवटची तारीख: 03 ऑगस्ट 2023 (03:00 PM)

अधिकृत वेबसाईट: पाहा

जाहिरात (Notification): पाहा

Online अर्ज: Apply Online

Name of the Course: NCC Special Entry Scheme April 2024- 55 Course

Total: 55 Posts

Name of the Post & Details:

Post No.

Name of the Post

No. of Vacancy

1

NCC Special Entry (Men)

50

2

NCC Special Entry (Women)

05

Total 

55

Educational Qualification:

  1. NCC ‘C’ Certificate Holders: (i) Educational Qualification. The degree of a recognized University or equivalent with aggregate of minimum 50% marks taking into account marks of all the years.  (ii) Service in NCC. Should have served for minimum two academic years in the senior Division/Wing of NCC. (iii) Grading. Should have obtained a minimum of ‘B’ Grade in ‘C’ Certificate Exam of NCC.

  2. Ward of Battle Casualties of Army Personnel:   Educational Qualification. The degree of a recognized University or equivalent with aggregate of minimum 50% marks taking into account marks of all the years.

Age Limit: Born Between 02 January 1998 to 01 January 2005.

Job Location: All India

Fee: No Fee.

Last Date of Online Application: 03 August 2023 (03:00 PM)

Official Website: View

Notification: View

Online Application:  Apply Online

Organisation of Ministry of Defence

Organisational Set-Up and Functions

  • After independence, the Ministry of Defence was created under the charge of a Cabinet Minister and each Service was placed under its own Commander-in-Chief. In 1955, each of the Commanders-in-Chief was redesignated as the Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), the Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) and the Chief of the Air Staff (CAS).

  • In November 1962, the Department of Defence Production was set up to deal with research, development and production of defence equipment. In November, 1965, the Department of Defence Supplies was created for planning and execution of schemes for import substitution of defence requirements. These two Departments were later merged to form the Department of Defence Production and Supplies. In 2004, the name of Department of Defence Production and Supplies was changed to Department of Defence Production (DDP).

  • In 1980, the Department of Defence Research and Development (DDR&D) was created.

  • In 2004, the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare (DESW) was created.

  • Department of Military Affairs (DMA) was created in December 2019.

  • The Defence Secretary functions as head of the Department of Defence and is additionally responsible for co-ordinating the activities of the five Departments in the Ministry.

The Ministry and Its Departments

The principal task of the Ministry is to frame policy directions on defence and security related matters and communicate them for implementation to the Services Headquarters, Inter-Service Organisations, Production Establishments and Research & Development Organisations. It is required to ensure effective implementation of the Government’s policy directions and the execution of approved programmes within the allocated resources. The principal functions of all the Departments are as follows:

1.    The Department of Defence (DoD) :-   The Department of Defence is headed by Defence Secretary and is responsible for the Defence Budget, establishment matters, defence policy, matters relating to Parliament, defence co-operation with foreign countries and co-ordination of all defence related activities.

2.    The Department of Military Affairs (DMA) :-   The Department of Military Affairs (DMA) is headed by Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) as Secretary and was created to facilitate optimal utilization of resources and promote jointness among the three Services.

3.    The Department of Defence Production (DDP) :-   The Department of Defence Production is headed by a Secretary and deals with matters pertaining to defence production, indigenisation of imported stores, equipment and spares, planning and control of .departmental production units of the Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs).

4.    The Department of Defence Research and Development (DDR&D) :-   The Department of Defence Research and Development is headed by a Secretary and deals with research and development of defence technologies,systems and equipments as required by the three services of the Armed Forces.

5.    The Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare (DESW) :-   The Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare is headed by a Secretary and deals with all resettlement, welfare and pensionary matters of Ex-Servicemen.

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