Indian Army Recruitment 2021: The Indian Army Recruitment 2021 online application process has started under the Short Service Commission (NT) for the NCC Special Entry Scheme 49th Course (April 2021).Also Read - Armed Forces Recruitment: Govt Set For BIG Reboot. Details Here

Interested and eligible candidates can apply online for Indian Army NCC Special Entry Recruitment 2021 from 08 January to 28 January 2021 by visiting the official website of Indian Army joinindianarmy.nic.in. Also Read - Indian Army Recruitment 2022: Class 10 Pass Candidates Can Apply For 65 Posts| Details Inside

Candidates must note that they can appear for only one of the Services Selection Board (SSB) interview, either SSC (NT)-113 Course (Apr 2021) /SSC (NT) (Women)-27 Course (Apr 2021) as CDSE candidate OR NCC (Spl) Entry-49 Course (Apr 2021). Candidates are required to give an undertaking to this effect under the declaration part of the online application. Also Read - Indian Army Recruitment 2022: Registration For MNS BSc Nursing Course Begins at joinindianarmy.nic.in| Details Inside

A total of 55 vacancies are available for these posts (Indian Army Recruitment 2021), out of which 50 NCC are for men and 5 are for NCC women.

Direct link to apply for Indian Army NCC Special Entry Recruitment 2021

Important dates for Indian Army Recruitment 2021:

Starting date for application – 08 January 2021
Last date for application – 08 January 2021

For more details, all the candidates can check the Indian Army Recruitment 2021 official notification here.

Total Posts – 55

NCC Men – 50 posts (45 for general category and only for personnel of Ward of Battle Casualties for Army).
NCC women – 5 posts (04 for general category and 01 posts for war casualties of army personnel).

Educational Qualification for Indian Army Recruitment 2021

Candidate should have passed with minimum 50% marks from any recognized university. Those studying in the final year are also allowed to apply provided they have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in the degree course of three/four years in the first two/three years respectively.