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  #2  
13th August 2014, 07:21 AM
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Re: Indian Navy Exam Like Indian Army Dental Corps

Yes Indian navy provides Recruitment to the medical posts are through Permanent Commission (PC) and Short Service Commission (SSC).

Eligibility :
You have to passed with 50% in graduation from the Armed Forces Medical College Pune are taken directly into Permanent Commission

The age limit for granting PC for different professional educational qualification are :
MBBS (Max. 30 years)
Post Graduate Diploma (Max. 31 years)
Post Graduate MD/MS (Max. 35 years)

Short Service Commission:
You have to passed medical qualification of an Indian University or a foreign medical qualification recognised by the Medical Council of India.

You must also be registered with any of the state councils or equivalent registering authority.
Selection is held once a year in Jul / Aug at Delhi. Advertisement published in National / Regional newspapers in Mar/Apr every year.

Selection process :

Written exam
Medial exam
Interview
  #3  
21st February 2016, 10:25 AM
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Re: Indian Navy Exam Like Indian Army Dental Corps

Hi I would like to know the entrance examination for the Indian Navy for medical discipline as I like to join Indian Navy in Medical field?
  #4  
21st February 2016, 10:26 AM
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Join Date: May 2012
Re: Indian Navy Exam Like Indian Army Dental Corps

The Armed Forces Medical Services is among one of the best options available to a medical graduate in the country. As an officer in the Army Medical Corps, an aspirant is liable to be employed in the Indian Army, Navy or Air Force in any part of the country or world.

The Armed Forces provides a prestigious and professionally satisfying career for doctors as commissioned officers with high status associated with Group A gazetted posts of Central Government.

The Armed Forces Medical Services is amongst one of the best options available to a medical graduate in our country. As an officer in the Army Medical Corps, a candidate is liable to be employed in the Indian Army, Navy or Air Force in any part of the country or world. The Armed Forces offer a prestigious and professionally satisfying career for doctors as commissioned officers with high status associated with Group A gazetted posts of Central Government.

Selection Procedure
Recruitment to the medical posts is through Permanent Commission (PC) and Short Service Commission (SSC).

Eligibility :
One has to qualify with 50% in graduation from the Armed Forces Medical College Pune are taken directly into Permanent Commission

The age limit for granting PC for different professional educational qualification are :
MBBS (Max. 30 years)
Post Graduate Diploma (Max. 31 years)
Post Graduate MD/MS (Max. 35 years)

Short Service Commission:

One should have to passed medical qualification of an Indian University or a foreign medical qualification recognised by the Medical Council of India.

One must also be registered with any of the state councils or equivalent registering authority.

Selection is held once a year in Jul / Aug at Delhi. Advertisement published in National / Regional newspapers in Mar/Apr every year.

Selection process :

Written exam
Medial exam
Interview


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