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Indian Army Recruitment 2023: The Indian Army is looking for engineering graduates. Candidates with an engineering degree, both male and female, are eligible to apply. On January 11, the application process began at The application deadline is February 9, 2023. A total of 189 positions will be filled. There are 175 positions for men and 14 for women. The Army will conduct all recruitment through the Short Service Commission (SSC). It is required that the candidates be unmarried.

SSC (Technical) Man Vacancy Details

Subject Wise Classification of Vacancies

Civil posts: 49
Computer Science & Engineering / Computer Technology Posts: 42
– Electrical – 17
Electronics – 26
Mechanical Posts: 32
– Other Engineering – 9

Details of the posts of SSC (Technical) Women
Civil – 3
Computer Science & Engineering/ Computer Technology Posts: 5
– Electrical – 1
Electronics – 2
Mechanical Posts: 3


BE/B.Tech degree in relevant engineering discipline from a recognized University/Institute.

Youth studying in the final year of Bachelor degree course of Engineering can also apply for the posts. Such candidates will have to submit the passing certificate latest by 01 October 2018.

Pay scale : 56,100 to 1,77, 500 in the pay scale for the post of lieutenant. 15,500 on military service. 56,100 per month will be given as stipend during the training.

Age Range:

Minimum 20 and maximum 27 years. Candidate must have been born between 02 October 1996 to 01 October 2003. Both the dates will also be included in the calculation of age.

– The age limit will be calculated on the basis of 01 October 2023.

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Selection Process

Candidates will be shortlisted based on their merit and the marks they entered on the application form. Candidates who have been shortlisted will be contacted for an SSB interview. Selected candidates will be required to attend the Selection Center for a Psychological Test, Group Test, and Interview.

This selection process will last five days, divided into two phases. Candidates who do not pass the first stage will be disqualified. The patient will then be sent for a medical examination. The candidates will be assigned to training once they are completely healthy.