For young and bright law graduates, Indian Army offers opportunities galore. If you are also an unmarried or even married male or unmarried female having a law degree in hand, you are invited to join this prestigious Armed Force as SSC (Short Services Commission) officer through 13th Judge Advocate General (JAG) Entry 2014.
Selection will be made for Judge Advocate General Department in the most competent Army of world through 13th JAG Course commencing in October 2014. Read details of Eligibility, Selection process, Application Form Format, Notification and more below. Continue reading
Indian army has shortlisted candidates for Technical Graduate Course (TGC) 119 SSB interview as published on official website of Indian army. Indian Army had issued notification for TGC 119 (Technical Graduate Course) on 15th November 2013 to enroll engineering graduates in course commencing from July 2014.
Those candidates who have applied for this course and found eligible as per cutoff marks are being called for SSB Interview. Continue reading
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has announced Combined defense services examination II 2013 result (CDS II Exam Result) of candidates who have been declared qualified for SSB Interview.
CDS 2 2013 Exam was conducted on 8th September 2013 to recruit candidates in Indian Military Academy, Indian Naval Academy, Air Force Academy and Officers Training academy. CDS 2 2013 written exam result is out now and candidates can check result with their roll number from given below link. Continue reading
Indian Air Force has invited applications in prescribed format from Indian nationals as well as subjects of Nepal. The notification is released for the unmarried male candidates for All India selection test in April 2014 to join as Airmen in Group Y for the trades of Admin Assistant, Accounts Assistants, Logistic Assistants, Environment Support Services Assistant, Communication Technicians, Meteorological Assistant, Ops Assistant, and Medical Assistant.
Aspirants will not be selected as commissioned officers/ pilots/navigators. For more details of eligibility, selection process and more read below. Continue reading
Self Description Test is the last test in the series of psychologist tests at SSB. SD test is conducted on day 2 of SSB interview. This test evokes the inherent personality traits of an aspirant as described by him/her. These are judged from the perspective of an aspirant’s parents, friends, colleagues, teachers, and himself. Under Self Description Test, total time of fifteen minutes is allotted to each candidate within which one is supposed to write about his qualities and behavior exhibited in relationships and society. There are five questions that are asked in this test. Since the time is quite limited, you should try to keep your description short but absolutely banged on target. Continue reading
Situation Reaction Test or SRT comes under psychologist Test of Stage II in SSB interview. It is a test aimed at judging common sense and presence of mind possessed by aspirants. It is prepared by DRDO.
In this test, 60 situations are provided to candidates in the form of a booklet. They are supposed to answer all these situations within a given time of 30 seconds. Here, the psychologist tests their mental ability reflected by instant replies given to each situation. Continue reading
Picture Perception and Description Test, also known as PPDT is second test in SSB screening, conducted after Intelligence Test. It is a psychological test designed to judge the level of perception possessed by aspirants. Indian Armed Forces require an aspirant to be quite perceptive to survive under extreme physical and mental conditions.
Hence, this test is an important parameter to judge these attributes in them. Candidates are shown a hazy picture based on which, they have to identify key highlights of this picture and write a short story within 4 minutes allotted to them. Remember that you need not write like a professional writer; rather try to be original and creative in your approach while writing your story. This test comprise of two parts viz picture perception and picture description. Continue reading
The quest of succeeding SSB Interview begins from Day 1 with Officer’s Intelligence Test or screening test. In this test, candidates are allotted a time of 1 hour to solve around 100 questions examining their verbal and non verbal intelligence. Here, key lies in effective time management to solve all these questions within the stipulated time.
Intelligence test is quite important to ensure you success in SSB interview series because even after passing the medical tests and getting recommended, final selection on the basis of overall national merit is done according to these marks only. Continue reading
In the series of psychological tests at SSB interview, Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) is the first step. This is a test of your underlying personality and attributes. In this projective test, the aspirants are shown 12 slides, each having different pictures. Remember these pictures are more often vague but stimulating to write a story. That’s exactly what you are required to do in this test. Each picture is shown for 30 seconds and subsequently, 4 minutes are allotted to write a dramatic story based on that picture. Continue reading
Word Association Test or WAT is second in series of psychological tests at SSB interview. This test consists of 60 words shown on a projector one by one for 15 seconds each. Within this time of 15 seconds, aspirants are supposed to frame short sentences using each of these words. Through this test, the true colors of your personality are reflected in front of the psychologist. So you must practice well beforehand to crack it successfully. Reason behind such short time limit is to drive out the spontaneity of aspirant depicting his inner characters and imagination. Continue reading