Indian Navy Nausena Bharti Jobs for Government Sports Officers in Delhi
Indian Navy Nausena Bharti
Post Name : Short Service Commission (SSC) Officers in Executive Branch (sports) No. of Vacancies : Not Specified Pay Scale : Rs.15600-39100/- Grade Pay : Rs.5400/- Educational Qualification : Regular Post Graduate Degree or BE/B. Tech in any field from a recognised university. Candidates with diploma in Sports Coaching from National Institute of Sports and M.Sc in Sports (Coaching) will be given priority during short listing for SSB. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : For all sports except Yachting and Wind Surfing : 22 to 27 years (born between 02 Jan 1990 and 01 Jan 1995) For Yachting and Wind Surfing : 21 to 25 years (Born between 02 Jan 1992 and 01 Jan 1996). Job Location : All India Selection Process : Selection of recruits is based on Shortlisted candidates will be called for (Preliminary) interview. Candidates qualifying the preliminary interview will be detailed for Service Selection Board (SSB). How to Apply for Indian Navy Recruitment : Interested Candidates may apply Online through website www.nausena-bharti.nic.in from 26.03.2016 to 16.04.2016. candidates Print two copies of the online Application Form having the system generated Application Number along with Self attested photograph, Self attested photo copies of 10th & 12th class certificates along with Mark Sheets, other educational certificates and mark sheets of all semester/years and mailed (posted) to Post Box No. 04, R K Puram Main PO, New Delhi 110 066 on or before 26.04.2016. Important Dates to Remember : Starting Date for Online Application Registration : 26.03.2016 Last Date for Online Application Registration : 16.04.2016 Last Date for Submission of Hard copy of Online Application : 26.04.2016
Regular Post Graduate Degree or BE/B. Tech in any field from a recognised university. Candidates with diploma in Sports Coaching from National Institute of Sports and M.Sc in Sports (Coaching) will be given priority during short listing for SSB.
Looking for B.E. / B.Tech , M.Sc graduates profile.
2016-03-29 to 2016-04-26
About Indian navy nausena bharti
The Indian Navy is a well balanced and cohesive three dimensional force, capable of operating above, on and under surface of the oceans efficiently safeguarding our national interests.
The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) exercises operational and administrative control of the Indian Navy from Integrated Headquarters of MOD(Navy). He is assisted by the Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (VCNS) and three other Principal Staff Officers, namely the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS), the Chief of Personnel (COP) and the Chief of Material (COM).
The cutting edge of the Indian Navy is its two fleets, namely the Western Fleet based at Mumbai and the Eastern Fleet based at Visakhapatnam. Besides the fleets, there is a flotilla based at Mumbai, Visakhapatnam and Port Blair (A & N Islands) that provides Local Naval Defence in the respective region. Naval ships are also based at other ports along the east and the west coast of India and the island territories thus ensuring continued naval presence in the areas of national interest. Further there are various Naval Officer-in-Charge (NOIC), under each command, responsible for the Local naval Defence of ports under their respective jurisdictions.
The defence of the Andaman & Nicobar islands is a joint responsibility of all the three services and is coordinated by the headquarters, Andaman & Nicobar Command, located at PortBlair. This is the only unified command in our defence forces and is headed by a Commander-in-chief, as appointment on rotation among three services. The Local Naval Defence of the Lakshadweep group of islands is the Naval Officer-in-Charge, Lakshadweep. The Flag Officer Naval Aviation (FONA) based at Goa is responsible for overseeing all matters pertaining to aviation while Flag Officer Submarines (FOSM), who is also the Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (Submarines) based at Integrated Headquarters of MOD(Navy), New Delhi is responsible for overseeing all the submarine related issues.