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Q) What does a officer do in LAW branch?
ans) Main duty of the officer in the Dept. is to attend Courts Martial as Trial Judge Advocate.
They also provide advice and assistance to ships/ establishments / units of the Indian Navy in dealing with disciplinary matters, monitoring court cases and also in pursuing litigation in the various courts at various levels.
AGE LIMIT :
22 -27 years.
A candidate should be:
1. An Indian citizen, or
2. A subject of Nepal, or
3. A subject of Bhutan,
4. Tibetan refugees migrated to India before January 1, 1962 and currently permanent residents, are also eligible to apply, or
5. A person of Indian Origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Burma, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, Zambia, Malawi, United Republic of Tanzania etc
The candidates belonging to ii), iii), iv) and v) should produce “Certificate of Eligibility”. The eligibility certificate is not required in case of Gorkha subjects of Nepal.
EDUCATION QUALIFICATION :
Candidate should have degree in Law qualifying them for enrolment as an Advocates under the Advocates Act, 1961
- Candidates should must have completed their degree on the date of filling the application.
- Candidates applying for this entry should be from a college /university recognised by Bar Council of India.
Type Of Commission :
Candidate is eligible only for Short Service Commission.
permanent commission (PC) –
In this commission a person can work up to his retirement.
short service commission (SSC) –
In this commission a person can work only for 10 years, or can extend his service up to 14 years.
TRAINING PERIOD :
Candidates will undergo 22 weeks of Naval Orientation Course at Indian Naval Academy followed by professional training at various Naval Training Establishments/ Units/Ships.
- Selected candidates will be formally posted as an officer in the rank of Sub Lieutenant
- Full pay & allowances will be given to the officer undergoing training.
- If a candidate found married or marries while undergoing training will be discharged also He/She shall be liable to refund full pay and allowances drawn by
him/her and other expenditure incurred on the candidate by the Government.
MARTIAL STATUS :
PHYSICAL STANDARDS :
Minimum height for male is 157 cm
Minimum height for female is 152 cm
Candidates from the following regions are granted relaxation in heighT
1. Gorkhas, Nepali, Bhutan, Sikkim & north-east region :
male – 154 cm & female – 149 cm
2. Islands, Lakshadweep Minicoy (locals):
male – 152 cm & female – 147 cm
EYE SIGHT :
Minimum acceptable vision standards for distant vision is 6/60 in both eyes, correctable
with glasses to 6/6 in better eye & 6/12 in worst eye.
Candidate should not be colour/night blind.
About Tattoos :
- Permanent body tattoos are only permitted on inner face of forearm i.e
from inside of elbow to the wrist and on the reverse side of palm/back (dorsal) side
- Permanent body tattoos on any other part of the body are not acceptable.
- Tribes with tattoo marks on the face or body as per their existing custom and traditions will be permitted on a case to case basis.
Candidates undergoing training will receive full pay & allowances, which is in between Rs 56,100 – Rs 1,77,500
Method of Selection :
- Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their academic performance.
- Shortlisted candidates will be called up for interview (SSB)
- If a candidate is able to clear interview, then he will have to undergo Medical Examination.
- If a candidate is also medically fit, then at last he had to Wait for Merit List, which will decide final selection of candidate into navy.
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