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Last Update: 4/22/2020

Organization:Post Name&Vacancies:Qualification:Last Date&Location:
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[Related Discipline]
CANTONMENT BOARD RECRUITMENTMedical Officer and various posts
8th, 12th, B.Sc, MBBS15/05/2022
Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh
BEMLChairman & Managing Director
Karnataka, Bengaluru
& various
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400010
Indian ArmyVarious & Various8th, 10th ,12thVarious & Various
Assam PoliceJunior Assistant and various posts & 170Graduate DegreeAssam & 04 May 2022
WB PoliceConstable, Sub Inspector (SI), Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) & 139Check Notice24 April 2022 & West Bengal
Delhi PoliceConstable(Male-Female) & 5,00012thDeclare Soon & Delhi
HSLDesigner Gr-IV
and various
posts &
SSC/ 10th class/Graduate/
[Related Discipline]
05 May 2022
Up to 1700 hrs.
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
DRDOApprentice Trainee& 11610th/ITI17 April 2022 & Chennai, Tamil Nadu


  • What is the work of the Defence officer?

What does an Officer do? Officers are the leaders of the Defence Force. They’re the ones who can take control of a situation, command people and resources efficiently and make the necessary calls under pressure.

  • How can I join Indian Defence service?

Indian Army

  1. Indian Military Academy: Direct Entry through CDSE conducted by UPSC and SSB Interview. Age: 19-24 years. Qualifications: Degree or equivalent. Look out for advt in April and October every year.
  2. Engineering graduates: Age: 20-27 years. Selection through SSB Interview. Qualifications: Engineering degree. Look out for advt in April and October every year. 
  3. Officers Training Academy: Short Service Commission (Non-Technical): Age: 19-25 years. Qualifications: Degree or equivalent. Selection through CDSE and SSB interview. Look out for advt in March and October.
  4. Short Service Commission (Technical): Age: 20-27 years. Qualifications: Engineering degree. Selection through direct SSB Interview. Look out for advt in March and October.
  5. Short Service Commission (NCC Special Entry Scheme): Age: 19-25 years. Qualifications: Graduate with 50% marks and 2 years service in NCC. Selection through direct SSB Interview. Advt appears in October/November.
  6. Women’s Entry Scheme: Age: 19-27 years. Qualifications: Graduate/Postgraduate. Selection through direct SSB Interview. Look out for advt in June and December.


Permanent Commission

  1. Graduate Special Entry, Naval Academy, Goa (through CDSE). Qualifications:  B.sc with Physics and Maths or BE. Age: 19-22 years.
  2. Direct Entry Naval Armament Inspection Cadre: Qualifications: BE or PG degree in Electronics or Physics. Age: 19-25 years.
  3. Direct Entry Law Cadre: Degree in Law with a minimum of 55% marks. Age: 22-27 years.

Short Service Commission (Men and Women)

  1. Law Cadre: Qualifications: Degree in Law with a minimum of 55% marks. Age: 22-27 years.
  2. Logistics Cadre: Qualifications: BA(Econs)/B.Com with second division or graduation with a degree/diploma in Material or Financial Management. Age: 19-25 years.
  3. Air Traffic Control (ATC): B.sc  with a minimum of 50% marks in Physics and Maths. Age: 19-25 years.

Education Branch

Permanent/Short Service Commission: MA degree in Physics, Maths, Chemistry, Computer Science, Humanities or Engineering. Age: 21-25 years. Men and women can apply for Short Service Commission.

Engineering Branch (Marine Engineers)

  • Short Service Commission: Qualifications: Engineering degree. Age: 19-25 years.

Engineering (Naval Architects)

  • Direct Entry: Degree in Naval Architecture or Engineering. Age: 21-25 years.


  1. Air Force Academy (CDSE): Qualifications: B.sc with Physics and/or Maths or BE. Age: 19-23 years.
  2. NCC: Qualifications: B.sc with Physics and/or Maths and a C certificate of the NCC Air Wing. Age: 19-23 years.
  3. Flying Branch (Transport/Helicopter pilots): Age: 19-23 years, relaxable to 25 years for those holding Commercial Pilot License. Applications are called by AIR HQ followed by SSB Interview.
  4. Technical Branch (Aeronautical Engineering: Electronics or Mechanical): Qualifications: BE/B.Tech/Degree with PCM.
  5. Ground Duty Branch: Qualifications: First class graduate or second class post-graduate. Age: 20-23 years for post-graduates. Entrance through SSB Interview. B.Com/M.Com graduates can apply for the Accounts Branch. In the Meteorological branch, the qualifications required are M.sc.
  6. For More details:- http://www.csdefence.org/forces.htm
  • Why is Defence important?

As the name indicates, defense services are needed to defend the country, its vital national interests, and values against external and internal (existing or potential) threats of armed aggression. In short, Armed Forces are imperative as the ultimate instrument of National Security.

  • What is the antonym of Defence?

Defense, Defense, denial, demurrer(noun) a defendant’s answer or plea denying the truth of the charges against him. “he gave evidence for the defense” Antonyms: offense, offense.

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