Indian Navy has invited applications for Short Service Commission officer posts in its technical, executive and submarine branches. Course of University Entry Scheme (UES) will commence in June 2014 at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala
. Here is the eligibility criteria of Indian Navy's UES course.
Eligibility criteria of University Entry Scheme course June 2014
- Candidate applying for Indian Navy's UES 2014 course should be unmarried.
- Candidate should be studying in 4th year i.e., final year of engineering degree from any of recognised college/university.
- Applicant should have scored more than 60 % till sixth semester of engineering.
- Candidates who are studying in final semester or who have already passed engineering degree are not eligible to apply for Indian Navy's University Entry Scheme 2014 course.
- Candidates should score more than 60% in engineering in order to become eligible for final selection.
- Candidates who have failed in Pilot Battery Aptitude Test (PABT) are not eligible to apply for pilot entry.
- Candidates should have studied physics, chemistry and mathematics at 10+2 level.
- Applicants age should be between 19 to 24 years. That is applicants should have born between 02 July 1990 to 01st July 1995.
- Applicants should have medical fitness as required by Indian Navy to become an officer.
How to apply for University Entry Scheme of Indian Navy
In order to apply for Indian Navy's UES entry course, applicants should visit www.nausena-bharti.nic.in
. In the official Navy recruitment website, click on "Apply Online". After clicking on "Apply Online" link, click on "Officer Entry" to proceed. You will redirected to Indian Navy's officer recruitment notifications page.
Click here to proceed to Navy's official officer notification page
last date to apply for UES June 2014 course is 27 July 2013.
Candidates will be selected according to their percentage of engineering degree for SSB interviews
. And the candidates who are recommended by Services Selection Board will become officers in Indian Navy if they are medically fit.