There is good news for youth who are wishing to join Indian Arm. The Indian Army has recently released an employment notification inviting law graduates to serve for Short Service Commission.
The selection of candidates will be based on SSB interview. The vacancy is for the JAG Entry Scheme 18th course as Judge Advocate General department. Candidates who plan to apply need to submit only one application form for the post. Please make sure that you submit only one application form, else the candidature will be cancelled and you will be deemed disqualified.
Details Of Vacancy
There are a total of 20 posts, and both married and unmarried male or female law graduates can apply for the post. There are 13 posts for men and 7 for women applicants.
Candidates who are wishing to apply for the JAG Entry Scheme 18th course should at least have an aggregate of 55 percent in LLB graduate exam. The LLB course can be a three-year course, after any graduation, or a five-year course after plus two.
Another prerequisite is that the applicant should be eligible for registration with the Bar council, and they should be graduated from a university or college that is recognized by the Bar council.
The age of candidates who are planning to apply for the posts should be between 21 to 27 years as on 1 January 2017. The short listing of the candidates will be done based on the results of an SSB interview and the candidates in no way can request for change of SSB interview dates or centre.
Candidates who are interested to apply for the post can apply online at the official website of the Indian Army. The online form for the post should be submitted on or before 15 September 2016. Forms that are submitted after the date will not be considered.