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    Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    Sir,
    May I know what all the jobs are available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force...
    How to apply for those Jobs...??
    What is the pay scale for the job..??
    Where we have to work if at all some jobs are there...??
    I thank you for your time and consideration..

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    Dear friend main important point is please avoid year break in your degree and percentage above 60%
    just refer following web sites-
    army- http://joinindianarmy.nic.in

    n
    avy- http://nausena-bharti.nic.in

    a
    ir force-http://careerairforce.nic.in see the career sections in above.

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    Hi friend,

    you can join the indian army,indian navy,indian airforce through the following entry....

    1.NDA (national defence academy)

    2.TES (technical entry scheme)

    3.CDS (combined defence service)

    you will be on the officer posts......

    this is for all branch students...

    Best of luck


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    YES AS A MECHANICAL ENGG YOU CAN JOIN THE DEFENCE

    THROUGH THE BELOW GIVEN EXAMS AND SCHEMES

    UNIVERSITY ENTRY SCHEME 19-25

    18-24 FINAL AND PRE FINAL YEAR BE/B TECH STUDENTS CAMPUS INTERVIEW SSB

    TECHNICAL GRADUATE ENTRY SCHEME FOR ENGINEERING GRADUATES.

    UES ENTRY FOR FINAL AND PRE FINAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES.

    ENGINEERING GRADUATES 20-27 ENGINEERING DEGREE IN NOTIFIED DISCIPLINE DIRECT SSB INTERVIEW


    YOU CAN JOIN DEFENCE IN THE TECHNICAL FIELD.

    PAY SCALE AS AN OFFICER WILL BE STARTING - Rs.40,000/-
    ALL D BEST...

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    My dear friend
    You can join in Indian navy Indian army Indian air force through the examination of CDSE(Combined defence service examination).This exam is conducted by Union public service commission.There are a lot of jobs are available for your Qualification in Army,Navy And Air force.So for jobs details you can visit the their official websites
    All the best

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    You can join in Indian navy Indian army Indian air force through the examination of CDSE(Combined defence service examination).

    This exam is conducted by Union public service commission.

    There are a lot of jobs are available for your Qualification in Army,Navy And Air force.

    So, for jobs details you can visit the their official websites.

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    you can join the indian army,indian navy,indian airforce through the following entry....


    1.NDA (national defence academy)


    2.TES (technical entry scheme)


    3.CDS (combined defence service)


    you will be on the officer posts


    this is for all branch students.

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    Hai Friend:-



    -->> You can apply in IndianArmy, Indian Air Force and Indian Navy through these ways:-

    1) UES Entry:- for this entry only final year btech candidates can apply.

    2) CDS Entry:- this exam is conducted by UPSC twice a year one can appear aftergraduation course and it is combined level exam for all the three defenceforces.

    3) TES Entry:- this is technical entry scheme only B-Tech candidates can applyfor it.

    4) GDOC Entry:- this entry scheme is for admin department in Indian Airforcefor all graduates

    5) Flying Entry:- this is for flying pilots. one can apply directly for it after graduation if
    having a height of 162.5 cm

    >> The Candidate should have Age limit between 19 - 25 years.,

    >> The Candidate must be Mentally & Physically fit.




    ........GOOD LUCK..........

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    Hi friend,
    Yes, you are eligible to apply for Indian Army, Air Force and Indian Navy. As you are a Mechanical Engineer so you have the following entries for which you can apply:

    1) UES Entry:
    Only Final Year Degree candidate can apply.
    Age should be between 19 to 25 years.
    for Pre-Final Year Degree Candidates age should be between 18 to 24 years.

    2) CDS Entry:
    This exam is conducted by UPSC two times in a year. Only graduated candidates can apply for it.



    3) TGC Entry:


    Only B-Tech candidates can apply for it.


    4) GDOC Entry:
    This Entry is for Graduated candidates.

    5) Flying Entry:
    Only Graduates can apply for this entry. This entry is for Pilots.

    For more details go to http://upsc.gov.in

    BEST OF LUCK

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    MECHANICAL ENGG YOU CAN JOIN THE DEFENCE
    THROUGH THE BELOW GIVEN EXAMS AND SCHEMES
    UNIVERSITY ENTRY SCHEME 19-25
    18-24 FINAL AND PRE FINAL YEAR BE/B TECH STUDENTS CAMPUS INTERVIEW SSB
    TECHNICAL GRADUATE ENTRY SCHEME FOR ENGINEERING GRADUATES.
    UES ENTRY FOR FINAL AND PRE FINAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES.
    ENGINEERING GRADUATES 20-27 ENGINEERING DEGREE IN NOTIFIED DISCIPLINE DIRECT SSB INTERVIEW
    YOU CAN JOIN DEFENCE IN THE TECHNICAL FIELD.
    PAY SCALE AS AN OFFICER WILL BE STARTING - Rs.30,000/-

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    U can apply 4 following entries:

    For ARMY:


    1.UES(University Entry Scheme)
    *age limit: 19-28yrs.
    *should be a pre-final year engineering student.
    *can be applied 4 it in ur pre-final year of engg.
    *best entry to join Indian ARMY.


    2.CDS(Combined Defence Services)
    *age limit: 19-24yrs.
    *should be a graduate.
    *conducted twice in a year.
    *can be applied when in final year of ur engg. using http://upsconline.nic.in


    3.TGC(Technical Graduate Course)
    *age limit: 19-28yrs.
    *should be an engineering student.
    *conducted twice in a year.
    *can be applied when in final year of ur engg. or after passing out using


    http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/


    4.SSC-T(Short Service Commission Technical)
    *age limit: 19-23yrs.
    *should be an engineering student.
    *conducted twice in a year.
    *can be applied when in final year of ur engg. or after passing out using


    http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/




    For Airforce:


    1.AFACT(Air Force Common Admission Test)
    *conducted twice in a year.
    *should be a graduate(engineer in case of technical branch).
    *can be applied when in final year of ur engg. or after passing out using


    http://careerairforce.nic.in/
    *Here u can apply 4 all branches:
    i)Flying(age limit:19-23yrs)
    ii)Technical-UES(age limit:19-28yrs)
    iii)Technical(age limit:19-28yrs)
    iv)Ground Duty((age limit:19-23yrs)


    2.CDS(Combined Defence Services)
    *for flying branch only.
    *should be a graduate(engineer or b.sc holder in physics and maths).
    *age limit: 19-23yrs.
    *conducted twice in a year.
    *can be applied when in final year of ur engg. using http://upsconline.nic.in


    3.For Navy:


    1.UES(University Entry Scheme)
    *age limit: 19-28yrs.
    *should be a final year engineering student.
    *can be applied 4 it in ur pre-final year of engg.
    *best entry to join Indian Navy.


    2.CDS(Combined Defence Services)
    *age limit: 19-22yrs.
    *should be a graduate.
    *conducted twice in a year.
    *can be applied when in final year of ur engg. using http://upsconline.nic.in


    3.Various Branches(Technical, Non-Technical, Education, Flying, Executive)
    *should be a graduate.
    *using http://www.nausena-bharti.nic.in/
    *for checking ur eligibility use http://www.nausena-bharti.nic.in/eligible.php

    PAY AND ALLOWANCES 4 all 3 forces are as follows:

    INDIAN ARMY

    WHAT THE ARMY OFFERS


    1. Dear students, all of you have aspirations and dreams, of what your education will finally yield. If you are looking for a fat pay packet, a corporate job is the answer. But above and beyond this should be the question of what the job offer in totality. Let us see what attributes go into making an excellent career. The attributes that one expects from a satisfying profession are:-
    (a) Professional Advancement
    (b) Job Satisfaction
    (c) Job Security
    (d) Economic Stability
    (e) Social Status
    (f) Quality of Life
    (g) Variety and Adventure

    2. If these are what you too are looking forward to, then Army is the profession for you, as these in the Army, compare far more than favourably with any other service.

    3. All of us are aware that, professions are competitive, in so far as promotions are concerned. Army is no different. However, as said earlier the competition in the Army is clean and devoid of any other factor but competence.

    PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEMENT

    4. The promotional avenues available to an Army officer are:-
    (a) By Time Scale
    Captain
    Major
    Lieutenant Colonel
    (b) By Selection
    Colonel
    Brigadier
    Major General
    Lieutenant General
    General

    JOB SATISFACTION

    5. Lack of job satisfaction leads to tremendous frustration and results in job-hopping. Jobs in the civil world whether with the government or the corporate leave one with no alternate avenues if stuck with a frustrating portfolio or set up. On the contrary, the sheer variety, sense of purpose, responsibility and pride, negate any job dissatisfaction in the Army.

    JOB SECURITY

    6. For an effective career, a long-term strategy is essential and this is possible only if continuity and job security is assured. The Army has been structured to ensure that its personnel work with unhindered dignity. Additionally, statutory rules and regulations exist to safeguard the interests of the servicemen adequately both while in service and after retirement.

    FOREIGN COURSES AND POSTINGS.

    7. The service also offers opportunity for courses and postings abroad. The India Army is renowned all over the world and interaction with foreign armies is extensive. Service with UN Forces provides exposure and travel opportunities across the globe.

    ECONOMIC STABILITY

    8. Consequent to the Sixth Pay Commission salaries have shot up. While the pay and the allowances of an Army officer may superficially appear to be at par with other Central government services, and may be less than that offered by the corporate sector, the quality of life and non-inflationary nature of the perks, which the Army offers outshine the other services. Government job entitles you to many hidden perks, which you may NOT quantify while calculating remuneration. Apparently, there are about 61 types of facilities, benefits and allowances that are applicable to Army in general. In fact if one were to work out the remuneration of a service officer vis a vis a comparable job in the private sector, on the basis of ‘cost to company’ you would be astounded to find the returns of an Army man to be more if not the same. Some of these perks which are not quantified in terms of cash and are immune to inflation are as follows in case of a Lieutenant, which is the starting rank.
    * STARTING PAY RS 15600/- to 39100/-PM
    * GRADE PAY RS 5400/-
    * MILITARY SERVICE PAY RS 6000/-
    * KIT MAINTENANCE ALLOWANCE Rs 400/-pm
    * TRANSPORT ALLOWANCE RS 1600/- PM to RS 3200 pm/-
    * FIELD AREA ALLOWANCE RS 25% of Basic Pay RS6780/- pm
    * COUNTER INSURGENCY RS 6300/- PM
    * HIGH ALTITUDE/UNCONGENIAL CLIMATE RS 5600/- PM
    * SIACHEN RS 14000/- PM
    * FLYING PAY RS 9000/- PM
    * PARACHUTE PAY RS 1200/- PM
    * SPECIAL FORCES RS 9000/- PM
    * GALLANTRY AWARDS
    * TECHNICAL PAY
    * LIFE LONG PENSION
    * QUALIFICATION PAY/ GRANT FOR SERVICE COURSES RS 6000/- PM TO RS 20000/- PM
    * OUTFIT ALLOWANCE RENEWED EVERY THREE YEARS RS 14000/- INITIAL & RS 3000/-
    * ENTITLED RATIONS
    * ANNUAL LEAVE TWO MONTHS & CASUAL LEAVE 20 DAYS
    * 50% CONCESSION ON AIR TRAVEL
    * FREE TRAIN TRAVEL ONCE A YEAR AND SUBSIDY FOR OTHER JOURNEYS, LTC
    * FREE MEDICAL- SELF AND FAMILY IN WELL EQUIPPED MILITARY HOSPITALS
    * SUBSIDISED HOUSING IN CLEAN CANTONMENTS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY
    * CANTEEN FACILITIES FOR SUBSIDISED PURCHASE OF ITEMS INCLUDING CARS AND ACs
    * INSURANCE COVER FOR RS 15 LAKHS AT SUBSIDISED PREMIUM
    * GROUP HOUSING SCHEMES IN CITIES INCLUDING METROS
    * LOW INTEREST LOANS
    * SEPERATED FAMILY ACCOMMODATION IN CHOICE STATIONS.
    * ENCASHMENT OF LEAVE UPTO 300 DAYS AT LAST PAY DRAWN
    * STUDY LEAVE UPTO 2 YEARS WITH FULL PAY AND ALL BENEFITS
    * FOREIGN POSTINGS
    The above are entitled as per service conditions and qualifications acquired. Cadets at the IMA, OTA, Cadet Training Wing at CME, MCME, and MCTE get a fixed stipend of RS 21000/- PM.

    POST RETIREMENT BENEFITS

    * PENSION AT 50% OF LAST PAY DRAWN
    * DEATH CUM RETIREMENT GRATUITY
    * FREE MEDICAL TREATMENT INCLUDING DEPENDANTS
    * CANTEEN FACILITIES AS BEFORE
    * INSURANCE COVER
    * RESETTLEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
    * MBA PROGRAMME FOR RETIRED OFFRS

    TRAINING PROGRAMME (OFFRS).

    9. Training for preparing retiring/retired officers for their resettlement in civil life is one of the major functions entrusted to the DGR. The resettlement training courses provide nationally/internationally accepted certification to facilitate officers to get quick employment within/outside the country. In addition six months courses being conducted at reputed B Schools (IIMs - Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, Indore, XLRI Jamshedpur, MDI Gurgaon, NMIMS Mumbai. These courses have received an overwhelming response from officers and resulted in good job placements in the corporate sector. Other courses are being conducted in multifarious fields like Information Technology, Security Services, Entrepreneurship Development, Business Administration, Personnel Management, Hotel Management, Tourism, Human Resources Development, Law, Insurance and many other short term courses on miscellaneous subjects. Constant endeavor is made to improve the quality of training by regular monitoring

    10. If the above were to be worked out in tangible terms it would add up to an amount that no private firm would be either capable of, or willing to pay.

    QUALITY OF LIFE

    11. As an Indian Army officer at 21, you’d be looking at a lifestyle that one cannot imagine in any other profession, so early in life. What compromises “Quality of Life”? On one hand is a job with a thick pay packet but with the drudgery of 9AM to 9PM schedule, no avenues and time for extracurricular activities, no scope for adventure and excitement, no social status, lack of family life, threat of being terminated with a month’s salary, working in suffocating environment with no self respect and honour. On the other hand is a job which offers you challenge, adventure, excitement, honour, prestige, self respect, whole some family life, safety and security for the family and to top it all the love, respect and esteem of our great India. In the somewhat chaotic social and economic conditions that prevail in our country, Army life is an island of sanity and social order that is the envy of our countrymen. Quality of life is an important attribute of Army life, and has no parallel in any other service. Some of the intangibles, which go to make the quality of life in the Army, are:-
    * Service of the motherland.
    * A profession to be proud of
    * Opportunity to travel and know the country and its people/culture/flora and fauna
    * Opportunity to serve and represent the nation abroad
    * A pure and noble profession
    * Honour and social status
    * No stagnation, a new challenge every day.
    * Opportunity for growth
    * Sports and adventure activity
    * Messes, clubs and institutions facilities
    * Education facilities – Both school and professional colleges for children
    * AWWA hostel for girls in metros
    * Army ensures your physical and mental health.
    * (Quality of life ensured not only for officers, but also families.

    VARIETY AND ADVENTURES
    12. Variety and adventure are the spice and romance of life. No profession has the kind of recreational and adventure facilities to offer as the Army does; from membership of the best clubs in country to horse riding, swimming, golfing, mountaineering, trekking and sailing. Posting to exotic stations gives one an opportunity to see India and its different cultures, in all its vivid glory. You may also get a chance to go abroad on course or on posting. So, if one is looking for a profession, which goes beyond being a mere job, accept the challenge and join the Indian Army.

    PROFESSIONAL ENHANCEMENT

    13. The Army affords a very open, impartial and transparent avenue for professional enhancement. For a professionally dedicated officer with sincerity and dedication, the sky is the limit. Salient aspects of professional enhancement are as follows:-
    * Opportunity for higher study in prestigious institutions both in India and abroad
    * Deputation in various scientific institutions in the country including DRDO, DGQA, LRDE, BEL, ITI and host of others
    * Foreign assignments in the UNO and Indian embassies/missions
    * Foreign assignments in connection with the procurement of advanced technology and weaponry and training to handle and maintain the same
    * Promotions solely based on capability and free of any extraneous consideration

    SOCIAL STATUS

    IN SERVICE
    14. All of us have our own opinion about what constitutes “social status”. However it is an undisputed fact that the status of a ‘warrior’ has stood the test of time. History and society have both held the soldier in esteem and offered him a unique status in society. By joining the Army, one becomes a member of an exclusive and elite brotherhood, which is the envy of one and all.

    POST RETIREMENT

    15. Even after laying down the uniform, Army officers continue to have the status of the most respected citizens of our country. This added to their ingrained code of conduct and ethical values enable them to occupy a special social niche in society. Since he is much fitter due to the active lifestyle he has led, a second career or lateral absorption in parallel employment is always eminently feasible. His do or die attitude and mental agility ensures that he never really grows into old age, but continues to contribute and thus remain a valued member of society.
    CHOICE OF ARMS AND SERVICES
    16. Just prior to being commissioned as officers, cadets are asked their choice of Arms. The major fighting arms are the Armored Corps, the Infantry, and the Artillery, with the other supporting them in battle. All arms and services are equally vital to success in battle and individual choices are generally governed by parental choice, educational qualification or plain fascination for a certain way of life. However at the end of the day the Army promises immense satisfaction to each one of its warriors.
    LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY FOR PROFESSIONALS
    17. The Army provides lifetime opportunities to professionals like Doctors, Nurse, Engineers, Lawyers, and Teachers. Commissioned into the various Corps, one can pursue his or her passion to your heart’s content. An excellent infrastructure, dedicated support staff, and healthy environment provide unlimited growth. The Army invests heavily in human and technical resources. The latest and the best tools are made available for research and employment. Periodic forays into the academic world are encouraged in order to imbibe and practice current technology in your chosen field.

    POSTING/ TENURES SUBSEQUENT TO COMMISSIONING

    18. Training is a judicious mix of technical, military and managerial instruction, in top class institutions run by the Army and a host of other prestigious institutes and establishments including IITs and DRDO. In accordance with the training received, proficiency acquired and aptitude shown, one gets posted on a variety of regimental, staff, or instructional appointments in organizations throughout the country. Additionally officers proceed on deputation to various organizations and foreign appointments.

    19. Unlike in a civil environment where a posting means virtual uprooting of a household and starting a fresh new station, in the Army it is merely a change of scene. With more and more stations falling under the purview of peace stations and with better infrastructure facilities coming up even in small stations, the pangs of moving are speedily easing up.

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT

    20. Here it would be apt to reiterate – That all professions serve our motherland – but none of them is in the same league as the Indian Army – for this is the only profession which affords you the opportunity to live up to these stirring lines.
    “TO EVERY MAN UPON THIS EARTH,
    DEATH COMES SOONER OR LATER.
    AND HOW CAN A MAN DIE BETTER
    FACING FEARFUL ODDS
    FOR THE ASHES OF HIS FATHER
    AND THE TEMPLE OF HIS GODS”
    -Macauley

    INDIAN AIR FORCE
    • Even before you are Commissioned as an Air Force Officer you start earning a monthly stipend of Rs. 21,000/- during last one year of your training period at any of the Air Force Training Institutions.
    • The following Pay / Allowances would be applicable on grant of Commission to Flying Officers:-
      1. Pay in Pay Band ( Common to all Branches ) - Rs 15,600 Per Month ( The officer will be placed in PB 3 - 15600-39100 )
      2. Grade Pay :- Rs 5400 PM
      3. Military Service Pay :- Rs 6000 PM
      4. Dearness Allowance @ 65 percent :- Rs 17550 PM
      5. Kit Maintenance Allowance :- Rs 500 PM
      6. Transport Allowance :- Rs 3200 + DA ( major cities) / 1600 + DA ( Other cities)
    • In addition the following allowances are admissible to the newly Commissioned Officers in Flying and Technical Branches
      1. Flying Allowance @ Rs 11250 PM to Flying Branch Officers.
      2. Technical Allowance @ Rs 2500 PM to Technical Branch Officers.
    • Gross Monthly Emoluments :The first monthly pay package of Flying Officers in all the branches would be as under (This does not Include other allowances based on place of posting except Transport Allowance of major cities which is included)
    Flying Branch Technical Branch Ground Duty Branch
    Total Emoluments (in Rs) 61580/- 52830/- 50330/-


    As you grow in rank and stature in the Air Force, your income and other entitlements also increase in harmony with your enhanced responsibilities.


    INDIAN NAVY
    Pay Scale of Officers
    RANK PAY BANDS/SCALE GRADE PAY MSP
    SUB LIEUTENANT PB-3/15600-39100 5400 6000
    LIEUTENANT PB-3/15600-39100 6100 6000
    LIEUTENANT COMMANDER PB-3/15600-39100 6600 6000
    COMMANDER PB-4/37400-67000 8000 6000
    CAPTAIN PB-4/37400-67000 8700 6000
    COMMODORE PB-4/37400-67000 8900 6000
    REAR ADMIRAL PB-4/37400-67000 10000 NIL
    VICE ADMIRAL PB-4/37400-67000 12000 NIL
    VICE ADMIRAL
    (C-IN-C/VCNS)
    APEX SCALE
    80000/FIXED
    NIL NIL
    ADMIRAL 90000/FIXED NIL NIL






    Major Allowances of Officers
    ALLOWANCE TO WHOM GRANTED RATE
    FLYING QUALIFIED AIRCREW 9000-14000/PM
    SUBMARINE QUALIFIED SUBMARINER 9000-14000/PM
    MARCOS QUALIFIED AS MARCOS 9000-14000/PM
    FLYING QUALIFIED AIRCREW 9000-14000/PM
    DIVING CLEARANCE/SHIPS DIVER 800/400/PM
    SEA GOING ALL OFFICERS SERVING ONBOARD
    SHIPS (SAILING ONLY)
    4200-5200/PM
    ON BASIS OF RANK
    TECHNICAL TECHNICAL OFFICER 2000-5000/PM
    HYDROGRAPHIC HYDROGRAPHY QUALIFIED 400-1200/PM
    UNIFORM ALL OFFICERS 16000(INITIAL) &
    5000(EVERY 3 YRS)



    Perks of Officers
    * FREE MEDICAL FACILITIES FOR SELF AND FAMILY
    * CANTEEN FACILITIES
    * FREE RATION
    * MESS / CLUB / SPORTS FACILITIES
    * GROUP INSURANCE
    * FURNISHED GOVT. ACCOMODATION AT BEST LOCATION
    * PENSION WITH ALL BENEFITS
    * 60 DAYS ANNUAL LEAVE
    * 20 DAYS CASUAL LEAVE
    * LEAVE ENCASHMENT - UPTO 300 DAYS

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    sir,
    i finished my btec course within the stipulated time.but i had arrears during my course.am i eligible to apply for military service.technical side?

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    you can join the indian army,indian navy,indian airforce through the following entry....1.NDA (national defence academy)2.TES (technical entry scheme)3.CDS (combined defence service)you will be on the officer posts......this is for all branch students...

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    DEAR CANDIDATE,

    After mechanical engineering if you want to join indian defense services then dear you can apply for the defense services through CDS exam.

    > The CDS exam is carried out by UPSC twice a year namely CDS I and CDS II.
    > The required age limit for CDS exam is 19 to 25 years.
    > The minimum height required for male candidate is 157cm and for female candidate it is 152cm.
    > The candidate who is going to apply should be unmarried.
    > One more thing a candidate going to apply for air force and navy should have studied PCM subjects in 12th.
    > The applying candidate should be an Indian citizen.

    > For more details visit www.upsc.gov.in.


    PAY SCALE:-

    SUB LIEUTENANT RS. 15600 TO 39100
    LIEUTENANT RS. 15600 TO 39100
    LIEUTENANT COMMANDER RS.15600 TO 39100
    COMMANDER RS. 37400 TO 67000
    CAPTAIN RS. 37400 TO 67000
    COMMODORE RS.37400 TO 67000
    REAR ADMIRAL RS. 37400 TO 67000
    VICE ADMIRAL RS.37400 TO 67000
    VICE ADMIRAL RS. 80000
    ADMIRAL RS.90000

    GOOD LUCK,

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    Re: Jobs available for mechanical engineers in Indian Army, Navy and Indian Air Force? What is the pay scale?

    hi friend.................
    MECHANICAL ENGG YOU CAN JOIN THE DEFENCE

    THROUGH THE BELOW GIVEN EXAMS AND SCHEMES

    UNIVERSITY ENTRY SCHEME 19-25

    18-24 FINAL AND PRE FINAL YEAR BE/B TECH STUDENTS CAMPUS INTERVIEW SSB

    TECHNICAL GRADUATE ENTRY SCHEME FOR ENGINEERING GRADUATES.

    UES ENTRY FOR FINAL AND PRE FINAL ENGINEERING GRADUATES.


    YOU CAN JOIN DEFENCE IN THE TECHNICAL FIELD.

    PAY SCALE AS AN OFFICER WILL BE STARTING - Rs.40,000/-



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