Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Call Letter Admit card 10+2 cadet B.Tech Entry scheme officer Bharti nausena 2013

Bhartiya nausena now published recruitment notification for Join Indian navy as a 10+2 Cadet B.tech Entry scheme Permanent commissioned officer. Application form invited for permanent commission course commencing from dec 2013 by Nausena Bharti. All eligible unmarried Indian citizens can fill application form for 10+2 cadet B tech Entry scheme.

Eligibility criteria as are follows
Age limit: 17 year to 19 and1/2 year born between 2nd July 1994 to 1 jan 1997 both dates are inclusive
Education qualification: intermediate / 10+2 passed with at least 70% marks with physic, chemistry and mathematics English subject in 12th intermediate.

Physical Stander: height 1in 157 cm , ey 6/6, 6/9

Training: Selected Candidates will be inducted as Cadets for four year B Tech course
in Electronics & Communication or Mechanical Engineering by JNU Jawaharlal Nehru
University

How to apply: eligible candidates can fill application form at nausena bharti till 20 June 2013

Admit card and call letter : will be published online on the official website of Bharti Nausena. Candidates can download there call letter from www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

Selection procedure :
Candidates will be call via issuing call letter for SSB inter based on the intermediate marks . SSB publish the list of selected candidates for interview.

Stage 1 test details: Intelligence Tests, Picture Perception and Discussion Tests
Stage 2 test: Psychological Testing, Group Testing and Interview
Medical examination
Recommended by the SSB

2 comments:

Raja Krishna Arikapalli said...

Hello All,

Is there any last date for getting the admit card?
I havent got the admit card yet.. My PCM % is 98
I want to know whether I can wait for the call letter or not.

your response will greatly help me.

Thanks,
Raja

ramu ips said...

i am studying inter 2nd year now. am i eligible for that

Post a Comment

Asks your Question here..our Expert will reply you with complete details.