As Regular officers in Indian Army. 32 vacancies reserved for NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders for every cource, ie… 64 seats each year irrepective of merit in SSB.
As Short Service Commissioned Officers in the Indian Army. NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders are exempted from appearing in written Examination (UPSC exam). 50 vacancies are reserved in each course ie… 100 seats for each year.
As Regular Officers in Indian Navy. Six vacancies are reserved in each course ie… 12 seats per year for NCC ‘C’ Certificate(Naval Wing) holders. They must have passed BSc(Physics and Maths) or BE, are 19 to 24 years of age and are deemed fit to undergo training in Naval Academy, Goa by the Services Selection Board (SSB). Such candidates are exempted from appearing in the CDS Examination conducted by UPSC.
As Regular Officers in Indian Air Force. 10% of all available seats are reserved for NCC ‘C’ Certificate (Air Wing) holders including Pilot courses. They need NOT appear for UPSC Exam
Army. Five percent of marks are added to NCC ‘A’ Certificate holders on overall marks scored by the candidate in Physical and written Examination.
Similarly Eight percent marks are added to ‘B’ Certificate holders. These are applicable for Soldier (GD), Tech, Clerk, SKT and Nursing Assistant categories.
In addition NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders are completely exempted from appearing in CEE (Common Entrance Examination) for Soldier GD category.
As far as Soldier Clerk/SKT/Tech/NA are concerned, they will not be exempted from part-I of the written exam, but 10% bonus marks will be awarded of the total marks earned in the written exam for overall placement in the merit list.
It is clarified that if a candidate is both a son of an exserviceman and an NCC Certificate holder, he is entitled to only one type of concession.