5:06 pm - Friday December 9, 2016

NCC Bonus marks – Army,Navy,Air Force

At the time of recruitment in the ranks in the Defence Forces, Cadets get bonus marks by help of NCC Certificates

Indian Army NCC Bonus marks

Soldier GD Category- In this category bonus marks are based on total marks secured in physical and written examination.

  • NCC ‘A’ Certificate-5%
  • NCC ‘B’ Certificate-8%
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate-10%

Soldier Tech/Clk/SKT/Nursing Assistant:- Bonus marks will be based on total marks obtained in written examination.

  • NCC ‘A’ Certificate-5%
  • NCC ‘B’ Certificate-8%
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate-10%

Indian Navy NCC Bonus marks

Navy: Under mentioned marks are added for recruitment in Navy Direct entry Sailor and Artificer Apprentices

 Certificate Type  Sailor   Artificer Apprentices
 Certificate ‘A’  02 marks  05 marks
 Certificate ‘B’  04 marks  10 marks
 Certificate ‘C’  06 marks  15 marks

Indian Air Force NCC Bonus marks

Air Force:- Under mentioned marks are added to selection test marks of certificate holders:-

  • NCC ‘A’ Certificate-3 marks
  • NCC ‘B’ Certificate-4 marks
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate-5 marks

Military Nursing Service NCC Bonus marks

One seat is reserved for B.Sc (Nursing) Course and 24 Probationer Nursing Course for NCC trained girls, possessing G-2 Certificate in order of merit.Many incentives provided by the NCC cadets by Para Military Forces are as follows:-

  • NCC ‘A’ Certificate-4 marks
  • NCC ‘B’ Certificate-6 marks
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate-10 marks

CISF NCC Bonus marks

Preferential marks to NCC certificate holders for recruitment in CISF (Central Industrial Security Force):-

  • NCC ‘B’ Certificate-1 mark
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate-3 marks

NCC Bonus marks Coast Guard

Weightage of 15 marks to NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders for recruitment in officer cadre or ranks depending on education qualification.

ITBP (Indo Tibetan Border Police):- Preference to NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders for recruitment in officer cadre of ranks, depending on educational qualification.commission of cadets in Armed Forces as officers

Army:- NCC ‘C’ Certificate holders in age group 19-25 years are required to compete in UPSC examination for commission though IMA (Indian Military Academy) or OTA (Officers Training Academy).

32 Vacancies are reserved in regular course of IMA for ‘C’ Certificate holders] irrespective of position in merit, subject of passing UPSC examination and clearing SSB interview.

NCC Special Entry Scheme for SD Wings graduates in OTA in group 19-25 years with 50% marks, through DDG of states for direct interview (SSB) every year. The Cadets are exempted from CDS examination conducted by UPSC. The Cadets should have ‘A’ or ‘B’ grade in ‘C’ certificate examination.

Navy:- Upto nine vacancies per course for commission in Navy are reserved for NCC ‘C” certificate pass graduate cadets with B.Sc (Physics & Maths) or BE in the age group of 19 to 24 years and passed by SSB exempted from CDS examination of UPSC.

*Air Force

Pilots Course:- 10% vacancies reserved in each branch for NCC ‘C” Certificate holders. Not processed through UPSC examination.

Girl cadets also can get different jobs. Girl cadets may choose career as Army Officers, Whole Time Lady Officers and Girls Cadet Instructors (GCIs).

NCC cadets can get a good job more easily as compared to others. Private and Public Sectors give preference to the holders of ‘A’,’B’ &’C’ certificates. Many reputed companies like Reliance Group, Ambuja Group, Tata, Birla, Infosys and other MNC prefer NCC Cadets for different jobs. In this way NCC improves the status of the cadets in job market and helps them in achieving the aim of their life.

 One can easily identify the NCC cadets in a job because an NCC cadet looks confident, disciplined, helpful and easily accepts the additional responsibilities.

Filed in: Defence Exam Guide, Exam Guide, Indian Army Exam Guide, Indian Navy Exam Guide

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