Indian Army JAG Entry Scheme for SSC Law Graduates, 14 Vacancies
Indian Army JAG Entry Scheme for 14 SSC Law Graduates Vacancy: – Indian Army has issued a notification for the recruitment of 14 Law Graduate Male and Female candidates for grant of Short Service Commission in the Indian Army for Judge Advocate General Department.
Eligible candidates can apply online application from 23 January 2017 to 22 February 2017. It is good opportunity for interested candidates who is seeking government job. Further other details are given below.
Post: – JAG Entry Scheme 19th Course.
Eligibility: – LLB Degree.
Location: – All India.
Last date: – 22 February 2017.
Age limit: – 21 to 27 years.
Vacancy details of Indian Army JAG Entry Scheme:-
Total Vacancy: – 14 posts.
Name of course: – JAG Entry Scheme 19th Course October-2017.
1) Men – 10 posts.
2) Women – 04 posts.
Eligibility: – LLB Degree with 55% marks.
Note: – Three years professional course after graduation or five years course after 10+2 examination).
Age limit: – 21 to 27 years (Born not earlier than 02 July 1990 and not later than 01 July 1996, both dates inclusive).
Pay scale: – Rs 21,000 per month.
(A) Selected candidates will be detailed for training at Officers’ Training Academy (OTA), Chennai according to their position in the final order of merit, up to the number of vacancies available at the time.
(B) Duration of training – 49 weeks (approximately 11 months) at OTA, Chennai. On successful completion of which candidates will be granted commission in the rank of Lt. No ante date seniority will be granted.
Selection process: – Medical Examination and SSB Interview.
How to apply: – Candidates can apply their online application through the website www.joinindianarmy.nic.in from 23 January 2017 to 22 February 2017.
About Indian Army JAG Entry Scheme.
The Indian Army is the land-based branch and the largest component of the Indian Armed Forces. The President of India serves as the de jure Commander-in-Chief of the army while the de facto leadership lies with Minister of Defence, and it is commanded by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), who is a four-star general. Two officers have been conferred the rank of Field marshal, a five-star ranked general, which is a ceremonial position of great honour.