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Union Public Service Commission releases notification for National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination in the month of January and July every year. 12th passed or appearing Candidates from the age group of 16 ½ to 19 ½ can apply this. A candidate must be an Unmarried male. The candidate joining National Defence Academy will undergo 4 years Educational & Military Training (3 Years at NDA & 1 Year at IMA/AFA/NA)and those joining Naval Academy will undergo 4 years B. Tech course and would be given an opportunity to join executive and technical branches of the Indian Navy subject to availability of vacancies.

After qualifying the written examination will be called for interview conducted by SSB (Service Selection Board) of Indian Army, Navy and by Air Force Selection Boards. These SSB boards select candidates for commissioned officer posts in Indian Armed Forces through SSB interviews. Thus, if you want to become an officer in Indian Army, Air Force or Navy, you must crack SSB interview. SSB interview is conducted for five days to test all Officers like Qualities in candidates.

14 Days Comprehensive Course starts on every Monday.

SSB Details

NDA / NA SSBForms- January & JuneExam-April & SeptemberAge Limit 16.5 to 19 yrsSSB (NDA –I) – August/ September/OctoberSSB (NDA –II) – January/ February/March
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION12th passed or appearing in any stream (Like – Science & Art)
MODE OF SELECTIONWritten ExaminationSSB Interview

14 DAYS SSB SCHEDULE AT Parmanu Defence

NOTE – 14 Days , 108 hrs, Intensive course starts on every Monday of the every month . student should report for admission one day before starting date.
If you are late , please call us for admission – 8445901901 or Visit our Website – www.parmanudefence.com  and take online admission.
The  SSB Interview class terms starts at 9:00 am to 5 pm. On every 12 days & Sunday special 10:00  to 4:00 pm.

DAY- 1Introduction to SSB (5 days SSB Procedure , Officer Like Qualities & PIQ form)
DAY- 2Screening
DAY-3Screening test, Mock practice and Feedback 
DAY-4Introduction to Psychological Test & Thematic Apperception Test 
DAY-5Word Association Test & SRT (Situation Reaction Test) 
DAY-6Self  Description Test & Complete Psychological Test 
DAY-7OIR , (Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning class) 
DAY-8Personal Interview Briefing  
DAY-9Mock Interview & Feedback to Student 
DAY-10Mock Interview & Feedback to Student 
DAY-11Briefing , GD and Lectureate 
DAY-12P.G.T,  H.G.T,  G.P.E, & G.O.R.   
DAY-13IO, CT, FGT and Conference  
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Things to Carry In SSB

  • The Call Letter: The Candidate must keep at least three copies of the call-up letter. One should be in the hand at the time of the reporting at the railway station and the rest should be safe with the candidate.
  • Copy of the filled form: In some cases like TES &TGC, the Selection Boards sometimes asks for a copy or two of the online form filled with an attested photograph. Also, the candidate must be really careful in reading the instructions when filling the online application form.
  • Original Identity Proof: School/College ID cards, Government issued ID cards like PAN, AADHAR, VOTER ID, UPSC ADMIT CARD, DRIVING LICENSE are all acceptable. The candidate has to remember that their ID card must have a photo in it.
  • Educational Certificates: The candidate must have at least 4 attested copies and originals of Class 10th mark sheet + Certificate (matriculation certificate), Class 12th mark sheet + Certificate, the mark sheets of semesters they have passed during graduation and Graduation/Post Graduation degree certificate (if applicable).
  • Extra Achievements: The candidate must also carry all the original certificates along with their authenticated copies of NCC, Sports and Co-Curricular activities in which they have participated/won.
  • Photograph: The candidate should carry at least 25 passports sized and 10 stamps sized recent photographs with them. People wearing spectacles must be wearing spectacles in their photograph. The photographs should be in either blue/white background.
  • Clothing: Three pairs of formal clothes (blazer/tie are optional) with complementing shoes, Two pairs of white shorts and T-shirts (with collar) for men and two pairs of white lower pants and T-shirts (with collar) for women. The candidate must also carry a pair of White PT/Sports shoes along with 3 pairs of white socks.
  • Other Clothing: The candidate can also bring woollen clothing with them if the weather demands. Apart from this, they should not forget civil clothing like night dress, casuals, undergarments, towels etc.
  • Miscellaneous Items: Grooming kit, slippers, bathing kit, lock and key and other items of general use should be carried. The candidate can also carry few essential medicines with them if required.
  • Uniform: A set of uniform (according to the season) and a combat dress is also required for the personnel serving in the Army/Navy/Air Force/Coast Guard.
  • Adequate Writing Material: The candidate must have at least 4 set of ball/gel point pens (black and blue) plus a writing pad for the interview process. A rough notebook/ plain white pages can also be taken along.
  • Final Check: It is important to tally up the items with that of the items mentioned in the call up letter.
  • Don’t Panic: In any case if the candidate has forgotten any of the above mentioned things, they must inform it to the authorities present in the Selection Centre. However, people at the SSBs are always happy to help. So, no need to get frantic if they forget to carry a pair of socks!!

Note –

  • It is advised that the candidate should carry all the above-mentioned certificates in originals along with their attested photocopies (at least 4). In case, the originals are with the candidate’s college/organization, they must produce a custodian certificate from the competent authorities clearly stating that they have their original certificates.
  • Kindly AVOID carrying any valuable items such as Laptops, Expensive phones, Jewelleries (of any kind). Also keep the cash to the MINIMUM. It is better to carry an ATM rather than having too much cash stashed in the wallet. Don’t forget to keep the original journey ticket(s) safe in case the candidate is appearing for the SSB for the first time.

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