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Commodore K Surjit Singh Principal Director Phone: 011 ­ 26113163 Fax: 011 -26880943 Email: [email protected]

Directorate of Ex-Servicemen Affairs IHQ MoD (Navy) 6th Floor Chanakya Bhawan Chanakyapuri New Delhi ­ 110 021

DX/100/GBRS/2010

Feb 10

FOREWORD

1. Naval sailors retire in their prime youth after fulfilling the responsibilities to the nation. Pre Release Courses are being conducted with a view to prepare them for the 'Second Innings'. However, most of the sailors are not very well informed on the opportunities available to them in the next venture. Such information comes at the very last minute leaving them undecided and unprepared for the future. 2. With a view to empower the retiring sailors on the options available to them for second career; guidelines have been compiled which lay down various avenues open to them so that they can take right decision well on time. The same is also hosted on naval website www.irfc-nausena.nic.in (Retired page). 3. I do hope that these guidelines amply provide all the requisite information to retiring sailors for their second inning.

(K Surjit Singh) Commodore Principal Director

INDEX

Chapter

Topic

1. 2. 3.

Resettlement Training ­ Selection Procedure Pre - Release Courses (PRC) Transition into Merchant Navy (Seamen/Communication Sailors) Transition into Merchant Navy (Engineering Sailors) Induction into Defence Security Corps

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6. 7. 8.

Indian Naval Placement Agency (INPA) Post Retirement Avenues General Information Section I Section II Section III Section IV Section V Section VI ­ Important Website & E mails ­ Veteran Sailors' Forum ­ Sainik Aramghar at Railway Stations ­ War Memorial Hostels ­ Sainik Rest Houses ­ Locations of Sainik Welfare/Rajya Sainik Boards

CHAPTER 1

RESETTLEMENT TRAINING ­ SELECTION PROCEDURE

Introduction

1. Large number of sailors retire from service every year, often in the prime of their lives at a comparatively young age. Majority of these sailors, at the time of retirement are at an age where they have numerous unfinished domestic responsibilities, which necessitate them taking up second occupation. Training, for their resettlement in civil life, is one of the major functions entrusted to the Directorate of Ex-Servicemen Affairs. Directorate General of Resettlement organises employment-oriented training programmes for sailors, ex-sailors, and widows/wards of deceased personnel to enhance their qualifications and enable them to seek suitable employment after retirement.

2. The smooth transition from uniform services to the civil life is necessity of majority of service personnel. In order to cope up with the changed environment and meet the challenges of the corporate world, a better understanding of tasks and responsibilities of the new organisation and its administrative set up is essential. Towards this end, with a view to successfully encounter the challenges of the post retired life and meet the required commitments in a truly professional manner, an effective training schedule is essential to acquaint an individual to meet the commitment. A number of training schedules have been drawn to enable retired naval personnel find a tenable and esteem able employment.

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Norms for Allotment of Courses and Selection.

(a) Eligibility Criteria. training as mentioned below: (i) Serving sailors.

Sailors are eligible to undergo resettlement

(ii) Retired/ released sailors fulfilling the criteria to be ex-servicemen as defined by the Department of Personal & Training, Ministry of Personnel and Public Grievances & Pensions. (iii) Sailor dismissed from service is not eligible.

(iv) Retired/released sailors are eligible to undergo resettlement courses up to five years from the date of retirement/release or up to the age of 60 years, whichever is earlier.

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(b) Serving Sailors. Serving sailors fulfilling the following terms and conditions are eligible to undergo PRCs: (i) (ii) Should be in the last two years of service. Should not have undergone any other DGR sponsored course.

(c) Retired Sailors. Retired sailors fulfilling the following terms and conditions are eligible to undergo resettlement courses conducted through aegis of KSB/DGR: (i) (ii) Should fulfill the criteria to be eligible as Ex-Servicemen. Should not be re-employed in any Govt/Semi Govt post.

(iii) Should not have undergone any DGR sponsored course while in service.

(d)

Application for Courses. (i) Serving sailors are to forward application form in duplicate to CABS. (ii) The retired sailor is to forward application form directly to Training Directorate at DGR, duly countersigned by an officer of the concerned Directorate of Sainik Welfare (states)/Zila Sainik Welfare Office where the ex-sailor is registered. Attested copy of PPO/Release Order is to be attached with the application. For course related to an ESM scheme, a sailor is to apply to the respective Zila Sainik Welfare Office, the details being processed through Department of Sainik Welfare Office of respective State.

Vacancy for a course is (e) Distribution of Course Vacancy. distributed in the ratio of 60:20:20 between Army, Navy and Air Force. However, for courses specific to Army/Navy/Air Force personnel, the ratio, if any, will be altered in consonance with the requirement of three service HQs, any alteration in the existing ratio will be approved by Department of ESW.

(f) Selection Criterion. The selection of serving sailors is done by CABS and list of shortlisted sailors is forwarded to DGR. The final selection is done by a Committee. IHQ MOD (N) has formulated criteria for selection of sailors for DGR sponsored resettlement and pre-release courses as follows: (i) Resettlement courses are selected and scheduled so as to ensure maximum number of sailors are provided with a choice/suitable courses which will help the individual post retirement. The policy for selection of

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sailors for resettlement courses has been reviewed at IHQ MOD (N). The following criteria will be applied: (aa) (ab) Rank in service. Length of service. award winners with prescribed education

(ac) Gallantry qualification. (ad)

Date of discharge.

The eligibility criteria for duration of resettlement course (g) Eligibilty. allotted is as follows: (i) Sailors with more than 20 years of service shall be considered for all resettlement courses irrespective of the duration. (ii) Sailors with more than 15 years of service and up to 20 years of service shall be considered for resettlement courses of 12 months or less duration. (iii) Sailors going on release of completion on 15 years of service shall be considered for pre-release courses of six months or less. (iv) Service shall be counted as on date of release.

(v) DEDH sailors retiring on completion of their initial engagement ie 10 years shall be considered for courses of six months or less. However, prioritization of the course list will be done as per length of service. (vi) During prioritization of lists for courses priority in rank shall be given preference if the sailors have equal service and are retiring in the same month.

(h) Priority as per Branch. Sailors will be selected for courses in accordance with criteria laid down in sub para (g) above in order of rank and branch as follows: -

(i)

Branch wise Priority. (aa) (ab) Non-matric entry recruits. Matric Recruits.

(ac) Senior Secondary Recruits, Navy Entry Apprentices without Diploma (passed out before 24 Jan 2000) (ad) DEDH, Artificers Apprentices and Naval Entry Apprentices with Diploma.

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(ii)

Rank wise Priority. (aa) (ab) (ac) MCPO II/CPO. POs and below. MCPO I

(j) Choice of Course. The choice of course will be allocated by CABS as per sub para (g) & (h) above and availability of vacancies in any particular course. However, if the vacancies are going unutilised due non-availability of eligible candidates, and in order to utilise maximum allocated vacancies, CABS is to seek authorization from DESA to dilute the selection QRs on case to case basis.

CHAPTER 2

PRE - RELEASE COURSES (PRCs)

1. Pre-Release Courses for sailors are conducted in diversified fields for a duration of up to six to nine months in government, semi-government and private institutes spread all over the country. The training calendar for the financial year comprising courses, institutes, venue and other relevant details, is published through a `Resettlement Training Programme' by the Directorate General Resettlement, Ministry of Defence, West Block ­IV, RK Puram, New Delhi. This `Resettlement Training Programme along with its CD, is circulated to Commands, establishments, ships and units for wide publicity and should be read in conjunction with this document. The same information is also hosted on DGR website ie www.dgrindia.nic.in and naval website www.irfc-nausena.nic.in (DESA page). The Syllabi and duration of pre-release courses conducted by DGR are as follows: (a) AC and Refrigeration (24 weeks). Trade theory, workshop science and calculation, workshop technology, commercial air-conditioning system, domestic air-conditioning system, domestic refrigeration systems, frost-free refrigeration systems, split air- conditioning system, foremanship. (b) Administration Management in Mall, Estate and Resort (12 weeks). Concept of administration and security, survey and analysis of man and material of documents, holding of incoming and outgoing material. Explosive and its types, identification of IEDs and precautions in its handling. Fire projection management, definition, types of fire, firefighting equipment. Disaster management and emergency situation. Hygiene, sanitary and first aid. Use of security devices including security alarms and equipments of access control. Crowd management. Management and evaluation in security of campus, estates, resorts and malls patrolling, parameter wall and fencing watch tower, lights and security equipment. Qualities of a good security guard, discipline, behaviors, conduct personnel management. (c) Administration, Finance and Security of Academic Institution (12 weeks). Institutional level management. Perspectives of management: management strategies. Management of education, role of Sate policies. Mechanics of institutional management, handling different government organizations, MCD, DDA, etc. general sanitation, health education. Handling accidental situations. Time table management. Maintenance of records and registers. Arrangements and organization of co-curricular activities: school function, sports day, annual day, carnivals, meals and fete, seminars, conferences, different hobby clubs. Management of school auxiliary service: canteen, mess, hostel, transport, security, bookshop, uniform shop. Inventory management level advisor and regulatory bodies.

(d) Application Course in Computer (04 weeks). Windows, Microsoft word, Microsoft excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft outlook, e-mail management, on line - off line e-mail, local area network, wireless network, internet, download, upload, attachment disk cleanup operation, disk defrag operation, scanning of entire PC, intro to data base management systems, viruses detection and protection.

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(e) Advance Welding Course (12 weeks). Safety in Oxy-acetylene welding and cutting, gas and arc welding, different processes of metal joint, oxyacetylene welding and cutting, common gases used for welding, types of welding joints, regulators and welding blow pipes, different arc welding processes, polarity and its importance in welding positions, electrodes, cast iron-its properties and welding, copper-its properties and welding. Inspection and testing of welds. Introduction to advance welding methods.

Introduction, glossary of terms (f) Airline Cargo Course (12 weeks). preparation of airway bill, acceptance, transportation and dispatch of cargo, delivery of cargo, carriage of domestic and international cargo, stores consignment note, codification of cargo rates, domestic rates service and related charges carriage of dangerous goods, live animals, perishable items like flowers, vegetables. Valuable cargo and its storage: human remains, other special cargo.), handling of damaged cargo, load priority, re-routing of cargo, claims for lost/ damaged cargo security instruction for cargo, documentation, visit to a cargo handling site test and feedback.

(g) Assistant Security Officer Course (04 weeks). Historical perspective of security, principles of industrial security, organisation of industry , security of personnel, security of materials and information, physical security, problems of industrial security, organisation and duties of an industrial security force, prevention of fire in the industry, planning for security, documentation in industrial security and safety, investigation, industrial unrest, sabotage and bomb threat in the industry, electronics in industrial security, industrial security and law, liaison with civil police, disaster planning and emergency control, industrial security and industrial safety, hotel security, bank security, medical first aid. Classes of fire, Basic fire prevention and protection, first aid fire fighting equipments, uses and maintenance of extinguishers electronic security and surveillance, electronic access control and electronic monitoring.

(h) Bakery and Confectionery (12 weeks). Ingredients classification perishables, non-perishables, semi-perishables, Market survey of equipment & equipments, selection, storage (Hygiene), use of equipments, preparation of biscuits, cakes, Icing, pastry, Danish pastry, breads and basic procedures.

(j) Bar and Restaurant Supervisor (12 weeks). History of catering, food and beverage outlets, restaurant, bar organisation, staff duties and behavior, strands laying of dinner, bar table, food, bar menu card, food, beverage order taking and serving, knowledge on different types of food, alcoholic beverages served in star hotels, guest relations, mixing of different cocktails and mock tails and billing.

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(k) Basic Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (16 weeks). Aircraft rules and regulations, engineering and maintenance practices, metallurgy, electrical and radio instruments, aircraft engine, material, aero dynamics, structure, inspection, piston, engine and communication system.

(l) Basic Printing Course (12 weeks). Printing concepts, familiarisation with equipment, types of paper and their preparation for printing, masters and plates and their preparation, colour separation, pasting and registration, machine operation of offset machine, developing and fazing, familiarization with equipment, use of chemicals for plate washing, single and double sided printing, use of inks and their characteristics, use of water and water control, blanket and roller maintenance, colour printing, plate preparation-use of developer, registration techniques, roller pressure adjustment, prevention of setup in colour printing, stacking and printing, screen printing, leaf printing.

(m) Book Keeping and Accountancy using Tally (12 weeks). Accounting ­ meaning, objectives and basic terms, theory base of accounting, origin and recording of transactions, trial balance and errors, financial statements ­ trading account, profit and loss account and balance sheet, depreciation, reserves and provisions, bills of exchange, accounts of non- profit organisations, accounts from incomplete records, computer awareness, introduction to computers ­ meaning and features, fundamentals of computers, operating systems, role of computer in accounting, flow-chart, types of process in relation to accounting system such as spread sheet, database and word processor. Accounting package tally: use and practice.

(n) BPO Management and Communication Skills (12 weeks) Computer Fundamentals, Operating System :Windows, Word Processing: MS Word, Spread Sheet: MS Excel, Presentation: MS Power Point, Database: MS Access. Introduction to Internet and email, introduction to networking, Introduction to the concept and working of viruses, Adware and Spyware and their prevention and removal. Hard Skills: Introduction to BPO and KPO, Globalization of BPO, Setting up of BPO and guidelines, modern telecommunication, business element, education element, protection of information, COPC and six sigma, productivity and quality, keeping, BP out of BPO, case study. Introduction to knowledge management, brief history, principles, types, techniques, implementation, driver of knowledge, seven layers, knowledge management in HR and Call Centre, case study, customer relationship management, customer care, and service technologies used in E-CRM, Selling over the telephone, delivering customer service, over telephone, headlining, complaints, and tricky situations, the urgent eligibility, recruitment, training personality development for becoming a professional managing stress.

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(p) Certificate in Airline Services (12 weeks). Introduction to various types of aircraft, airline security, organisation of an airline, flight handling, check in procedure, passenger handling e.g. VIPs, incapacitated passengers, cargo and courier; documentation and procedures, security procedure at various stages, introduction to dangerous goods, bomb threat procedure, handling of delayed/cancelled flights, travel agency management customers services, functioning of transport and catering department.

(q) Certificate in Business Entrepreneurship (12 weeks). An introductory framework, establishing a small enterprise, forms of ownership, financing small business, lease financing and hire purchase, working capital management, purchasing and inventory management, production and operation management , issues in small business marketing, small entrepreneur in international business, profit planning and budgeting , accounting for small business ,growth strategies for small business, office organisation for small business, sickness in small scale industries, institutional assistance to small scale industries, policy support to small scale industries, business ethics and MRTP Act. WTO related issues, knowledge management, total quality management, ISO 9001, pollution control, rights and patents. Communication & presentation skills, financial management, sales and distribution management, operations management, retail management, managing conflicts & negotiations, entrepreneurship development, management information system.

(r) Certificate in Business Management (24 weeks). Economics analysis and policy, financial reporting and analysis, organization behavior, manufacturing & materials management, marketing management, legal aspects in management, managerial computing, business research methods, logistics & supply chain management, project management, strategic management, industrial marketing, service marketing, human resources management, communication & presentation skills financial management, sales and distribution management, operations management, retail management, managing conflicts & negotiations, entrepreneurship development, management information system.

PC (s) Certificate in Corporate Office Management (12 weeks). Fundamentals, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, MS Word, MSExcel, MS ­ PowerPoint, MS Outlook, Internet and email, multimedia, financial accounting with tally, communication skills, interview skills, presentation skills, official correspondence.

(t) Certificate in Cyber Security (12 weeks). Security principles, threats and attack techniques, introduction to security, information security, security triad, confidential, integrity, availability, focus of control, security threats and attacks, security management, authentication and access control, identification, authentication, authentication by passwords, protecting password, access control structures, types of access control, lattice and reference monitors, security levels and categories, lattice diagram, reference monitors, security kernel, hardware

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security features, protecting memory, security models, bell-lapadula, biba, nondeducibility, non-interference, other models, cryptography, cryptographic mechanisms, digital signatures, encryption, certificates, authentication in distributed systems, key establishments and authentication, kerberos, public key infrastructures, single sign on, network security, protocol design principles, iso architecture, IP security, SSL/TLS, firewalls, intrusion detection, Unix security and windows security, subjects, objects and access control, general security principles, access components, access decisions, administration and management issues, software security and database security, memory management, data and code, relational databases, statistical database security, java security, mobile security, GSM security, wireless LAN security, protection measures, business risk analysis, prevention, detection and response information classifications, security evaluation.

(u) Certificate in Financial Management (16 weeks). Financial management-meaning and scope, concepts in valuation, valuation of securities, financial planning: meaning and scope, capital structure, sources of finance, leverages, financial statements: techniques of financial analysis, ratio analysis, fund flow analysis, cash flow statement, cost volume profit analysis, basics of capital budgeting, risk analysis in capital budgeting, dividend policy, cost of capital, basis of working capital management, management of cash, management of accounts receivable, management of inventory.

(v) Certificate in Garment Manufacturing (12 weeks). history of garments, Indian textiles - a historical perspective, garment industry of us, ancient and modern trends, clothing of ancient Indian, social customs and usage, styles and verities, modern times world fashions today, garment of different localities, Rajasthan, Kashmir, Banaras, Kanchipuram, future scenario of clothing industry, technology and other globalization, challenges facing Indian textiles and apparel industry, china and other countries. building and location, building, location, man, machine and maintenance, human factors, few other man related factors, women in the garment industry, maintenance, labour laws, labour acts, rules, industrial relations, scheme for participation of workers in management, buyer compliance, social compliance, SA 8000, Outsourcing labour standards; a paradox, order procuring and sourcing, other procurement, trading up the customer ladder, sourcing, sampling and merchandising, job skills of fashion merchandiser, cutting and stitching, patterns/design preparation stitching, types of sewing, knitting fundamentals, embroidery finishing, and packing, finishing, removing of stains, wrinkle free finish, packing, inspection and warehousing corporate of India, inventory and management, export documentation, quality assurance, invoicing and insurance, ECGC, marine insurance, payment terms, letter of credit, foreign trade policy, strategy, FEMA, FERA, bank accounts, benefits, SEPZ, customs act 1962, customs formalities.

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(w) Certificate in IT Service Management (12 weeks). Management concepts, principles and functions of management, HR planning, MIS, IT and employment, application of IT, programming techniques, object oriented programming using C++, MS-Access, Visual Basic, SAD.

and (x) Certificate in Logistics and Shipping (24 weeks). English business communication, customs, warehousing and inventory management, fundamental of logistics, introduction to shipping, international business management, shipping business, port agency, linear trade, dry cargo chattering, transportation and distribution management, freight forwarding + stevedoring and port OPS.

(y) Certificate in Marketing and Sales Management (16 weeks). Marketing - an overview, evolution of marketing and approaches to its study, modern marketing concepts, the marketing system, marketing process and extra microenvironmental factors, marketing management, marketing organisational structure, market analysis, consumer demand and segmentation, consumer behavior and buying motives, consumer decision making, product planning and development, product related strategies, pricing policies and strategies, marketing research, physical distribution, marketing channels, distribution channel system and wholesaling, marketing channels :- retailing, promotion of marketing, communication process, advertising, advertising management of sales force/personal selling, sales policies, business ethics and mart organisation. Discount and prices, distribution and relation with other distributors, publicity attitude towards customers and consumers, attitude towards competitors, attitude towards employees of the business, how retailers should be helped to resell, window displays and window dressing, principles of window display.

(z) Certificate in Materials Management (16 weeks). The warehousing function, organizing the warehouse, location and layout, physical aspects of warehousing, safety measures, warehouse operating systems, management of receipts in stores, management of inventory issues, warehousing costs, linear programming or warehousing, stock verification, legal aspects of storage, business logistics management, statistical aids for demand analysis, forecasting principles, codification, standardisation, the learning curve, value management, right informing quality, waste and scrap control , right lead time, right packaging, materials handling, mechanised handling systems, transportation systems, materials intelligence system, computers and materials management, music - 3D - 20/80 rule, inventory basic, Tandon Committee and chore group norms, right order quantity, quantity and periodic inventory systems, inventory and MRP, just in time inventory, WIP inventory, finished goods inventory, seasonal inventory, project inventory management, spare parts inventory, obsolete inventory, inventory simulation, procurement strategies, right source of supply, buyervendor relations, supplier evaluation, right pricing, governmental buying, capital equipment buying, contract management, legal aspects, foreign purchase, indigenisation, art of negotiations, materials-user interface, materials - finance

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interface, make-buy decisions, equipment leasing, insurance management, claims management, pricing of issues and stock valuation, materials audit, human aspects of materials management, communication and materials management, reporting of materials management activities, professional ethics, evaluation of materials management.

(aa) Certificate in Personal Management and Industrial Relations (16 weeks). Introduction, planning and organizing the personnel function, leadership, motivation, job satisfaction and morale, employee communication, control and audit , procurement of personnel, performance appraisal, training and development, job change, employee compensation, labour welfare and social security, Workmen's Compensation Act 1923, Employees State Insurance Act 1948, The Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1952, The Maternity Benefit Act,1961, The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1962, the Industrial Dispute Act 1947, International Labour Organisation (ILO), functions of ILO, Discussion Questions. Grievance, employee discipline, trade union collective bargaining industrial relations and industrial dispute in India, worker participation in management, records and research, human resource development.

Bio-mechanics, electro (ab) Certificate in Physiotherapy (12 weeks). diagnosis and electrotherapy, PT orthopedics and fractures, exercise therapy, anatomy.

(ac) Certificate in Publishing Services Management (12 weeks). Printing concepts, familiarization with equipment, types of paper and their preparations for printing, masters and plates and their preparation, colour separation, pasting and registration making, the offset machine, operation of offset machine, developing and fazing, familiarization with equipment, use of chemicals, plate washing, single and double sided painting, use of ink and their characteristics , use of water and control, blanket and roller maintenance , colour printing, plate preparation - Use of developer, registration techniques, roller pressure adjustment, preventation of setup in colour printing, sketching and printing, screen printing, leaf printing.

(ad) Certificate in Retail Management (12 weeks). Basics of retail, store environment, retail types.- F&B, F&G, Rural retail store operations, managerial skills, marketing, sales promotions, essentials of customer satisfaction, store layout and looks, various products promotions and planning, materials management, warehouse and inventory management. Uses of computers in retail, maintaining accounts, store administration, communication with people and interview skills, various projects and assignments.

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(ae) Certificate in School Services Management (12 weeks). Institutional level management. Perspectives of management: management strategies, management of education, role of state policies, mechanics of institutional management: handling different general sanitation and health education, handling accidental situations, time table management, maintenance of records and registers, arrangement, organization of co-curricular activities: school function, sports day, annual day, carnivals, fete, seminars, conferences, different hobby clubs, management of school auxiliary service: canteen, mess, hostel, transport, security, bookshop, uniform shop, inventory management and budgeting, general management budgeting, general overview of all the national level advisory and regulation bodies.

(af) Certificate in Supply Chain Management (16 weeks). Marketing channels, types of channel structures, principles of channel design, managing channel partners, conflict management, introduction to international retail formats, order processing systems, types of inventory management, transport system.

(ag) Computer Hardware Maintenance and Repair (12 weeks). Basic electronics, computer fundamentals, input and output devices, memories, processors, microprocessors, various types of motherboards, key board, display cards, AGP cards, sound cards, modems, network cards, TV tuner cards, webcam, USB devices, floppy drives, CD- ROMs, DVD-ROMs, CD writers, DVD writers, assembling and re-assembling all cards. Hard disk drives, hard drive partitions, installation and introduction of operating systems, installation of various device drivers, installation of software, introduction to internet and e-mail, introduction to LAN. Fault finding techniques and repairing, introduction to concept and working of viruses, ADWARES and SPY WARES - their prevention and removal, switch mode power supply and repairing, upgrading computers.

(ah) Corporate Aviation and Cruise Liner Ship Security Awareness Course ((08 weeks). Introduction to corporate/private sector organisation setup, importance of infrastructure/corporate buildings, requirements of gates, guards room and perimeter security, liaison with local police station, fire and ambulance services, duties of security guards, importance of baggage/ letters Xrays screening, metal detectors, shoe scan machines, CCTV, access control, under vehicle checks, need of electrified perimeters security, anti-terrorist activity action plan, importance of aviation security, introduction to ICAO and Annexure 17, civil aviation security setup in India, introduction to flight handling anti hijack and anti sabotage acts management, structure of an airline, methods of detection of terrorist devices, baggage identification and reconciliation system, gate no show procedure, handling transit flights, bomb threat procedure, role of bomb detection and disposal squad, introduction to dangerous goods, dealing with unruly passengers, security procedure for cargo and courier, catering, security, security items, duties of security staff at various points, visit to an airport. Introduction to cruise liner ship/merchant ship security international maritime ISPS Codes, duties of Ship/port security officers.

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(aj) CSD and Retail Store Management (16 weeks). Structure of CSD organization, store keeping and accounting, indenting, principles of accounting, maintenance of account books, introduction to computers - Windows, MS - office, computerized accounting using "Canteen Expert, use of bar code reader and smart card for users.

ESD Norms, Assembling and (ak) Desktop Engineering ((16 weeks). disassembling of a PC, Booting fundamentals including dual booting, Installation of different Device Drivers, Configuring of a Server, Different hardware problems and their trouble shooting, installation of different operating system and their overview, Trouble shooting of Operating System and Networking connection, basic networking and Cabling method for Home and office PC, Installation and Configuration of Network Devices and Modems, Installing and Configuring Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Installation and Configuration of Projector, quality Checking process and Report of Desktop PC.

(al) Desktop Publishing (12 weeks). Introduction to computers, Windows, Adobe PageMaker, CorelDraw and Adobe Photoshop.

(am) Diploma in Public Health and Sanitary Technology (52 weeks). Public health administration and national health programmes etc.; epidemiology, communicable diseases, environmental sanitation and demography and biostatistics etc.; Behavioural science foundation for health education; health education, mass media and communication, official communications and community org.; First Aid to the injured; home nursing and elementary anatomy and physiology; The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, the MCD Act, personal hygiene, elementary physics, chemistry, and mathematics (as related to public health) etc. ESD Norms, assembling and disassembling of a PC, booting fundamentals including dual booting, Installation of different device drivers, configuring of a server, different hardware problems and their trouble shooting, installation of different operating system and their overview, trouble shooting of operating system and networking connection, basic networking and cabling method for home and office pc, installation and configuration of network devices and modems, installing and configuring Microsoft Windows server 2003, installation and configuration of projector, quality checking process and report of desktop PC.

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DOEACC "O" LEVEL (24 weeks). Mi-r3 M2-r3 M3-r3 It tools and applications Business systems Internet and web page designing.

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Elective M4.1-r3 M4.2-r3 Programming and problem solving through `C' language Programming through visual basic Practical Exam of 3 hrs with viva-voce, Project.

(ap) EDP in Financial Shoppy (12 weeks). Introduction to finance, shares, mutual fund, life/general insurance, saving instrument, portfolio management, on line examination by IRDA/AMFI, communication skills, personality development, office management.

(aq) Electrical Technician (12 weeks). EMF Ohm's equation, law, transformer construction and testing, cable and wires, overload line and line losses, circuit breakers and protective devices, lead acid battery, electricity in mines, motors and starters, electronics fundamentals, principles of radio power electronics, television working principle, common tools, magnetism, generation of electricity, motors, transformers, domestic appliances, wiring material and cable table, lamps and fans, mathematics, metals and alloys, engineering drawing, electrical symbols, circuit diagrams, Indian electricity rules.

(ar) Electronic Technician (12 weeks). Electricity, meters, voltage sources, transformers, capacitors, semiconductors, transistor, transmission, television, digital electronics, computer.

(as) Entrepreneurship Development Programme in Export Management (16 weeks). An introductory framework, establishing a small enterprise, forms of ownership, financing small business, lease financing and hire purchase, working capital management, purchasing and inventory management, production and operation management, issues in small business marketing, small entrepreneur in international business, profit planning and budgeting, accounting for small business, growth strategies for small business, office organisation for small business, sickness in small scale industries, institutional assistance to small scale industries, policy support to small scale industries, business ethics and MRTP Act. International trade, theories of international trade, international marketing export policy, promotion and regulations, preliminaries for starting export business, organizational setup in export trade and exporters institutional supports, registration, sources of information, product development for an export market, pricing for export, market entry and overseas distribution, export houses, export quality control, sending/exporting samples, appointment of overseas agents, export credit insurance (ECGC), export finance arrangement, foreign exchange rates and protection against their adverse movement, special care for negotiating documents under letter of credit (LOC), export packaging and labeling, export trade terms (INCO terms), export insurance and risks, export documentation preparation, processing of export documents. Documents for Declaration of goods under FERA: GR form, SDF form, PP form, VP/COD form, SOFTEX and their disposals. Documents for transportation of goods: airway

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bill/air consignment note, bill of lading, mate receipt, combined transport documents. documents for custom clearance of goods: shipping bill/bill of export, commercial invoice, packing lists, AR 4 forms, inspection certificate, GR forms etc. other documents: consular invoice, custom invoice, legalized/visaed invoice, certified invoice, bill of exchange / draft packing list, certificate of inspection, black list certificate, quality certificate by supplier, GSP certificate/ certificate of origin, language certificate manufacturers certificate, certificate of chemical analysis, certificate of shipment, health certificate, certificate of conditioning, transshipment bill transshipment permit, shipping order, cart/lorry ticket shutout advice, short shipment form, shipping advice etc.

(at) Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (16 weeks). An introductory framework, establishing a small enterprise, forms of ownership, financing small business, ease financing and hire purchase, working capital management, purchasing and inventory management, production and operation management, issues in small business marketing, small entrepreneur in international business, profit planning and budgeting, accounting for small business, growth strategies for small business, office organisation for small business, sickness in small scale industries, institutional assistance to small scale industries, policy support to small scale industries, business ethics and MRTP Act.

(au) Entrepreneurship Development Programme (12 weeks). Conceptual frame work, entrepreneurial motivation, starting a business, preparing feasibility report to start a large scale unit, small scale unit, service organization, trade organization and business unit, entrepreneurship development and government.

(av) Export Oriented Business in Floriculture (12 weeks). The course covers all aspects of mushroom family and grooving flense with the best scientific techniques available so as to commercial production.

(aw) Fast Food Management (16 weeks). Introduction, Definition, use of cooking , methods of cooking, brief history of Indian Food, culture and influences, Procurement of raw materials and preparation of local foods including snacks etc., dairy product milk, cheese, butter, cream, types uses, breakfast, lunch, dinner-preparation and service, tools and equipment, introduction of food production and service, bakery basics and food costing, public relations, sales tactics and customers service, hospitality and honesty, safety and cleanliness, purchase and estimation, cost accounting, billing and tallying, market survey, competition with cooperation.

(ax) Fire and Industrial Safety Management (12 weeks). Fire prevention, fire hazards, fire fighting techniques, and portable fire extinguisher, physics and chemistry of combustion, hydraulics, portable chemical fire extinguisher first stage firefighting equipment, fire pumps, hose and hose fittings, breathing

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apparatus, foam and foam making apparatus, ladders, ropes and lines, standard test for fire service equipment, water relaying fire prevention, chemical fires, practical fire, fighting, ammunition and explosives, salvage, small gears and miscellaneous, equipment, means of escape, electricity, gas and dust explosion, building construction investigation of fire, arson investigation, resuscitation (Medical First Aid ) in the industry, automatic fire detection cum control, high rise building and means of escape. Electrical fire, its causes and suitable fire fighting system. Fire safety of hazardous chemicals. nuclear fire safety, environmental safety, eco friendly fire fighting system, preparing for fire emergency. Fire Service Legislation, Leadership and Management. Practical - Demonstration and Operation of fire extinguishers, of recharging, general maintenance, procedure and standard test. Standard hose drill, practice of cleaning, drying repairing and testing under varying pressure, details of hose tower and its requirements. Standard ladder drills, demonstration, and practice of rescue using extension ladders, their care, maintenance, and tests. Standard pump drills, operation of pumps, testing care maintenance and standard tests. Operation/ maintenance of various fire detectors. Demonstration and practice of all movements of squad drills, word of command and instructional practice of all movements. Knots and lines.

Introduction to F&B (ay) Food and Beverage Service (12 weeks). department, various F&B outlets, its features, organizational structure of F&B department. Duties of all staff in F&B department. - service equipments, their use and care. cover, table setting, types of food service styles, rules for waiting at a table, menu, types, classification of beverages, non alcoholic beverages, alcoholic beverages, knowledge of beer, wine and spirits, cocktails. (az) Hardware and Networking (12 weeks). Basic electronics, computer fundamentals. input and output devices, memories, processors, microprocessors, various types of motherboards, key board, display cards, AGP cards, sound cards, modems, network cards, TV tuner cards, webcam, USB devices, floppy drives, CD- ROM's, DVD-ROM's, CD writers, DVD writers, assembling and re-assembling all cards. Hard disk drives, hard drive partitions, installation and introduction of operating systems, installation of various device drivers, installation of software, introduction to internet and e-mail, introduction to LAN. Fault finding techniques and repairing. introduction to concept and working of viruses, ad wares and spy wares- their prevention and removal, switch mode power supply and repairing, upgrading computers. Networking: networking, architecture, connectivity media ­ cabling, OSI model, LAN protocols, connectivity devices and WAN protocols.

(ba) Health Sanitary Inspector (16 weeks). First aid training, home nursing, food and nutrition, environment sanitation and sanitary engineering, communicable and non-communicable diseases (prevention and control), community health science, public health accounts, national health programs and their importance, health and death statistics, visits, project work, revision and tests etc.

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(bb) Heavy Vehicle Driving (06 weeks). Introduction to driving differences between light vehicles and heavy vehicles rules of traffic, emergency intonations managing breakdowns avoiding accidents and providing fist aid to the inured.

(bc) Hotel Security and Loss Prevention Supervisor Programme (21 weeks). Role of security and loss prevention, functions; security threats and physical conditions; organisation and manpower; operational considerations and aspects specific to hospitality units; safety and fire fighting; environmental awareness.

Organizational (bd) Industrial Co-operative Management (12 weeks). structure and business development, financial and cost accounting, legal structure, communication and organizational behavior, marketing management, financial analysis, project production and management, computer and information system.

(be) Insurance and Risk Management (16 weeks). Principles and practices of insurance business, life insurance products and their utility, general insurance products and policies, agency law/agency commission structure, premium calculation, marketing of insurance services, career opportunities in insurance sector, risk management.

(bf) Integrated Management Course (24 weeks). Personnel management and industrial relations, entrepreneur development, motivation, trade unions, material accounting, material management, atmospherics and retail management, operations management, organisational behaviour, business ethics, security and fire fighting, computer applications, field visits, projects, professional ethics.

(bg) JCB Operator and Maintenance (04 weeks). Introduction to heavy earth moving equipment like JCB etc., their operations and an insight into their working and proper mode of operations.

(bh) Kisan Sewa Kendra (12 weeks). Introduction of KSK, overview of petroleum industry, retail management, document management, human resource management, customer care, legal/ Government procedures, communication skills, personality development, accounting.

(bj) Laptop Hardware and Wi-Fi networking (24 weeks). Basic electronics, computer fundamentals. input and output devices, memories, processors, microprocessors, various types of motherboards, key board, display cards, AGP cards, sound cards, modems, network cards, TV tuner cards, webcam, USB

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devices, floppy drives, CD ROMs, DVD ROMs, CD writers, DVD writers, assembling and re-assembling all cards. Hard disk drives, hard drive partitions, installation and introduction of operating systems, installation of various device drivers, installation of software, introduction to internet and e-mail, introduction to LAN. Fault finding techniques and repairing. Introduction to concept and working of viruses, AD WARES and SPY WARES - their prevention and removal, switch mode power supply and repairing, upgrading computers. Networking: Networking architecture, connectivity media ­ cabling, OSI model, LAN protocols, connectivity devices and WAN protocols.

classification, (bk) Library and Information Science (24 weeks). Library library cataloguing, computer practical, visits, group discussion, theory.

(bl) Medical Laboratory Technician (52 weeks). Cell structure and organelles, body fluid, composition of blood, plasma and their function, formation and function of RBC, WBC and platelets, bloods groups and their significance, blood transfusion, hemoglobin and ESR, function of spleen, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, digestive system, endocrines, reproductive system, excretory system, neuro-muscular, muscle and nerve. Bio chemistry: outline of carbohydrates, lipids, protein and nucleic acids with their metabolism, enzymes and vitamins, hormones, water, electrolyte and acid base balance, blood and CSF procedure used in Bio-chemistry.

(bm) Microsoft Certified Professional (12 weeks). the Microsoft, Test would be online.

Syllabi as given by

(bn) Microsoft Certified Solution Provider (24 weeks). Syllabi as given by the Microsoft, Test would be online.

(bp) Mobile Phone and Electrical Home Appliances ((12 weeks). Basic electronics components: resistors, their colour codes, capacitors, their colour codes and faults, inductors and transformers, colour codes of inductors, semiconductors, and surface mounted devices. introduction to telephone: telephone system, local exchange, initiating a call, calling a number, making connection, answering a call, conversation, ending a call, hook switches, transmitter, receiver, ringer introduction to wireless phone system: cordless telephone(base unit, portable unit),mobile telephone, cellular mobile telephone service, paging system, future of the mobile telephone, WAP (wireless application protocol), GPRS (general packet radio service)edge (enhanced data rates for global evolution), 3G (3rd generation), Bluetooth. Basic Electricity Resistance, voltage, current, ohms law, series circuit, parallel circuit, power, energy, magnetism, alternating current (ac), inductance, capacitance, transformer, diode, transistor, relays. Principles of alternators/inverters Electromagnetism, armature, field, types of windings, repair of inverters. Electrical appliance repair and maintenance - Repair of heaters, oven, automatic press, mixer, washing machine, toaster and their maintenance and testing.

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(bq) Modular Course in Seafaring (12 weeks). Personal survival techniques, personal safety and social responsibility, fire prevention and fire fighting, medical first aid, oil tanker familiarization.

(br) OT Assistant (52 weeks). Managing the patients in and out of operation theatre, all the surgical instruments, their sterilization, arrangements of operation theatre table, dressing table, anesthesia table. Looking after the drugs required for surgery, anesthetic gases, drapes and all the lines and their sterilization.

(bs) Power Electronics Identification and Concept of Power Electronics Equipments (12 weeks). Inverter, UPS, CVT, stabilizer, power packs, chargers, power relay, switches, connectors etc. Stabilizer - Principle, electronic circuit, components details, assembly process, testing method, fault finding methodology, installation and servicing support techniques, transformer and PCB fabrication methodology. UPS/CVT - Principle, electronic circuit, components details, assembly process, testing method, fault finding methodology, installation and servicing support techniques, transformer and PCB fabrication methodology. Inverter - Principle, electronic circuit, components details, assembly process, testing method, fault finding methodology. Installation and servicing support techniques. transformer and PCB fabrication methodology. Others - Power packs, chargers, power relay, switches, connectors etc. - uses and applications, installation and servicing support vis-à-vis these devices.

(bt) Pro Connect Programme in Managing 2003 (24 weeks). Basic electronics, computer fundamentals. input and output devices, memories, processors, microprocessors, various types of motherboards, key board, display cards, AGP cards, sound cards, modems, network cards, TV tuner cards, webcam, USB devices, floppy drives, CD ROMs, DVD ROMs, CD writers, DVD writers, assembling and re-assembling all cards. Hard disk drives, hard drive partitions, installation and introduction of operating systems, installation of various device drivers, installation of software, introduction to internet and e-mail, introduction to LAN. Fault finding techniques and repairing. Introduction to concept and working of viruses, AD WARES and SPY WARES - their prevention and removal, switch mode power supply and repairing, upgrading computers. Networking: Networking architecture, connectivity media ­ cabling, OSI model, LAN protocols, connectivity devices and WAN protocols. MCSE, CCNA, Comptia N+, Comptia A+.

(bu) Relationship Manager Course ((14 weeks). Administration Skills, Personality Development, Spoken English-Fluency Development, Introduction to Computers, Internet, Security and Fire Safety.

(bv) Repair and Maintenance of Electrical Home Appliances (12 weeks). Basic Electricity: Resistance, voltage, current, ohms law, series circuit, parallel circuit, power, energy, magnetism, alternating current (ac), inductance,

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capacitance, transformer, diode, transistor, relays. Principles of alternators/inverters: Electromagnetism, armature, field, types of windings, repair of inverters. Electrical Appliance Repair and Maintenance: Repair of heaters, oven, automatic press, mixer, washing machine, toaster, their maintenance and testing.

(bw) Repair and Maintenance of TV, Colour TV, CD/DVD Players (16 weeks). Introduction to the field of electronics, electronics and laws ,sources of power, resistance, resistance ,generation of ac, laws of electromagnet, capacitors, combination of Coils and capacitors, semiconductor simplifiers, oscillators, modulation, block diagram of radio transmitter, block diagram of a radio receiver, super heterodyne radio receiver, tape recording, introduction and history of television receiver, CRT functions, faults, symptoms and checking of serviceability of CRT, types of deflection, how picture in converted into signal functions of different sections/blocks, television controls, their physical and electrical functions, fault finding with the help of block diagram, power supply circuit diagram explanation, symptoms and faults remedial action, common section, circuit explanation, faults symptoms and remedy, sound section: circuit explanation, video section, frame section, line section, over all receiver explanation, colour transmission, colour picture tube, luminance / chrominance signal, electronic RF tuner, VIF,SIF, saw filters, ceramic filters, circuits, audio output circuit.

(bx) Retail Management (12 weeks). Retail concepts and environment, principles of retail selling, in-store customer service and after sales service, basic principles of retail marketing, store operations management and supervisory skills, essentials of store display, introduction to sourcing and purchasing, stores and inventory management, retail technologies (store level), case studies in retail management-international and domestic, soft skills-attitude, interpersonal skills, communication and interview skills.

(by) Rural Entrepreneurship (16 weeks). Scope and subject matter of Rural Entrepreneurship, Rural Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship & Enterprise, Women Entrepreneurship & Rural India, Factors affecting Entrepreneurial Growth, Entrepreneurial Motivation, Entrepreneurial Competencies, Rural Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs), Project Identification and Selection, Project Formulation and Appraisal (Preparation of Business Plan), Financing of Enterprise, Fundamentals of Management of Enterprise Government Policy and Environment for Rural Entrepreneurship.

(bz) Service and Repair of Automobiles (24 weeks). Mathematics, science, computer training, machine drawing / isometric views, induction and safety training, identification of major assembly, CNG and LPG engine, use of fasteners/locking devices, general theory of auto engine, petrol engine and its fuel system, diesel engine and its fuel system, cooling system, lubrication system, transmission system, steering system, suspension system, brake

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system, ac system, instruments, electrical system/circuit diagrams, latest and futuristic technology systems, trouble shooting/defect rectification service, station equipment./wheel balancing, introduction to special test equipments, documentation in workshop/workshop procedures.

(ca) Stores and Warehouse Management (12 weeks). Functions, stores organization, stores location and layout, material identification systems, receipt and inspection, stores systems, preservation of stores, issue of stores, stores accounting and verification, inventory control, warehouse location and layout, facilities planning, stores house organization, warehouse security and safety management.

(cb) Sub Fire Officer (33 weeks). Fire prevention, fire hazards, fire fighting techniques, and portable fire extinguisher, physics and chemistry of combustion, hydraulics, portable chemical fire extinguisher, first stage fire fighting equipment, fire pumps, hose and hose fittings, breathing apparatus, foam and foam making apparatus, ladders, ropes and lines, standard test for fire service equipment, water relaying, fire prevention, chemical fires, practical fire fighting, ammunition and explosives, salvage, small gears and miscellaneous equipment, means of escape, electricity, gas and dust explosion, building construction , investigation of fire, arson investigation, resuscitation (medical first aid ) in the industry, automatic fire detection cum control, high rise building and means of escape, electrical fire, their causes, and suitable fire fighting.

(cc) Swimming Pool and Life Guard (04 weeks). Basic water chemistry, types of treatment plant - water & waste water treatment plants, various methods for treatment (Reverse Osmosis, de-mineralising plants, etc) safety, First Aid and Personality development.

(cd) Tourism and Travel Agency Management (16 weeks). Introduction and importance of tourism, geographical knowledge and map reading pertaining to tourism within India and abroad. Acquaintance with history and places of importance on the tourism map. Procedure for establishing a tourism agency and knowledge of policies of tourism development at national and international level. Passport, visa, ticketing, customs, FOREX regulations, banking and credit cards. Legal and documentation procedure at airport, seaport, and inter state borders. Execution of short and long circular tours in and out of India. Individual/ group travel, reservation and accommodation in India and abroad. Conditions of carriage, reservation system and control procedure, air imp, ticketing format study, through documentation procedure, fares and fare construction, re-routing and re-ticketing, other transportation documents, MCO (miscellaneous charge order), EBT (excess baggage ticket), cancellation and refunds, general tariff.

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(ce) Trading of Handloom Products and Gram Udyog (14 weeks). Introduction, share decision of re-settlement, self employment and business, how to build confidence in business, the difficulties and problems of ex- servicemen in business, golden rules of business, modern techniques of trading, business agreement, self sufficiency, planning, handloom, customer, quality, proprietor, salesman, sales officers, credit, advertisement and publicity, value of timing, how to reach the top, litigation, accountancy, how to display show room, factories, gram udyog and kutir udyog.

(cf) Welding-Pipe Furniture Making (12 weeks). Introduction to welding, safety recommendations in welding, different types of welding-their application with special deference to furniture making.

(cg) X- Ray and ECG Technician Course (52 weeks). Anatomy physiology and related pathology, general physics and radiation physics, dark room techniques, radiography, radio-grapey (special investigations) and radio-therapy, electrocardiography.

(ch) Business Administration (24 weeks). This is a full time certificate course in Business Administration. The entire cost of the course is paid by DGR. However, candidates are to pay for boarding and lodging. Mandatory QRs for the course are as follows: (a) Individual should hold a graduate degree/diploma from recognized university. Individual should have basic working knowledge of English and Computer.

(b)

(c) Elementary Entrance Examination will be conducted by the Institute to select the candidates for course.

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CHAPTER 3

TRANSITION INTO MERCHANT NAVY

SEAMEN AND COMMUNICATION SAILORS

1. DG Shipping permits entry of serving and retired Seamen and Communication Sailors into NCV segment of the Merchant Navy in various posts depending on the training, qualification and experience gained during the service. In this regard MS Notice 8/2006 and MS Notice 7/2005 are placed at encls 1& 2.

Induction of ex- Naval Personnel into Merchant Navy

2. Seaman and Communication Sailors. Seaman and Communication sailors with 27 months sea service are eligible to join NCV segment as Navigation Watch Keeping Officers (NWKO). Individuals are required to undergo 3 weeks course at NAMAC and 4 months course at LBS CAMSAR followed by 06 months attachment on board trading ships for supervised bridge watch keeping certificate, followed by assessment at MMD. Details are placed at encl 3.

3. Sea Time on Trading Vessel. Sea time on trading vessel for officers and sailors is organised by DESA through SCI and DG Shipping. Personnel are to forward their request through proper channel.

Other Relevant Issues

4. World Wide Navigation (WWN) Course. WWN course including the written examination can be completed whilst in service. However, the oral examination for the same is to be undergone only on completion of mandatory sea time of six months on trading ships. 5. Continuous Discharge Certificate (CDC). Temporary CDC will be issued to the officers whilst in service and will be converted to permanent CDC at the time of award of COC.

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Enclosure 1 M.S. Notice 8 of 2006 No:3-NT(1)/2005

Dated: April 17, 2006

Procedure for obtaining Certificate of Competency at the Operational Level and Management Level for ships of less than 3,000 Gross Tonnage operating in near Coastal voyages - valid for areas encompassed between the ports of Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Myanmar and Sri Lanka only and ships of less than 3,000 Gross Tonnage operating Worldwide for officers of Indian Navy or Indian Coast Guard Officers in possession of "Full Naval Watch keeping Certificate" 1. Certificate of Competency as Navigation Watch keeping officer (Officer In Charge of a Navigational Watch on ships of less than 3,000 Gross Tonnage operating in near Coastal voyages - valid for areas encompassed between the ports of Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Myanmar and Sri Lanka only): 1.1 Eligibility: The minimum requisite seagoing service for admission to an approved Navigation Watch Keeping Officer course will be 30 months on seagoing ships of the Indian Navy or Indian Coast Guard, as a midshipman (Executive Branch) or as an Executive Branch Officer, of which at least 6 months performing independent bridge watch keeping duties on the ships of Indian Navy or Indian Coast Guard between 500 and 3,000 Gross Tonnage, or more, and at least 6 months seagoing service on a Trading Ships between 500 and 3,000 Gross Tonnage, or more engaged on duties associated with bridge watch keeping. (For this purpose, service on Off-shore Supply Vessels, Multipurpose Support vessels, and other non-trading ships shall be assessed at 2/3rd of the rate than that on a trading ship). 1.2 Requirements:

1.2.1 4 months course at LBS CAMSAR, Mumbai for NWKO - Near Coastal Voyages at the Operational Level in the following subjects: Practical Navigation Bridge Watch Keeping and Emergencies Cargo handling and Stowage Ship Construction, Stability, Ship Safety and Environmental Protection

1.2.2

Written examination in the above subjects

1.2.3 Oral assessment in Navigation, Cargo Handling and Ship Operation Functions at the Operational Level for near-coastal voyages (Refer to Para 3 for eligibility). 1.3 However, Naval personnel complying with the Eligibility criteria, as above, who have performed at least 18 months sea service as independent Watch-keeping Officer at operational level on a Trading ship of above 500 GT, may, if they wish to obtain Certificate of Competency as a Second Mate of a Foreign Going Ship limited to 3,000 GT operating world wide directly, may undergo the following:-

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1.3.1 4 months course at LBS CAMSAR, Mumbai for NWKO - Near Coastal Voyages at the Operational Level in the following subjects: 1.3.2 1.3.3 Practical Navigation Bridge Watch Keeping and Emergencies Cargo handling and Stowage Ship Construction, Stability, Ship Safety and Environmental Protection

1 month Worldwide Navigation Course at Operational Level Written Examination in the subjects stated in 1.3.1 and 1.3.2

1.3.4 Oral Assessment in Navigation, Cargo Handling and Ship Operation Functions at the Operational Level for near-coastal voyages, and in 1.3.2 above simultaneously. (Refer to para 3 for eligibility) 2. Certificate of Competency as Mate of a Home Trade Ship (Chief Mate on ships of less than 3,000 Gross Tonnage operating in near Coastal voyages - valid for areas encompassed between the ports of Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Myanmar and Sri Lanka only): 2.1 Eligibility: The minimum requisite seagoing service for an Executive Branch Officer for admission to an approved Mate of a Home Trade Ship course will be 54 months on seagoing ships of the Indian Navy or Indian Coast Guard between 500 and 3,000 Gross Tonnage, or more, of which at least 24 months performing independent bridge watch keeping duties on the ships of Indian Navy or Indian Coast Guard between 500 and 3,000 Gross Tonnage, or more, and at least 6 months seagoing service on a Trading Ships between 500 and 3,000 Gross Tonnage, or more engaged on duties associated with bridge watch keeping. (For this purpose, service on Off-shore Supply Vessels, Multi-purpose Support Vessels, and other non-trading ships shall be assessed at 2/3rd of the rate than that on a trading ship). 2.2 Requirements: 2.2.1 3 months course at LBS CAMSAR, Mumbai for Near Coastal Voyages Phase - II at the Management Level, which will encompass the relevant subjects of Phase I as detailed below: Phase II i. Navigational Aids including compasses ii. Naval Architecture Paper II iii. Maritime Legislation Phase I iv. v. 2.2.2 Naval Architecture Paper I Cargo handling and Stowage.

Written examination in the subjects stated above

2.2.3 Oral assessment in Navigation, Cargo Handling and Ship Operation Functions at the Management Level for near-coastal voyages. (Refer to para 3 for eligibility). 2.3 However, Naval personnel complying with the eligibility criteria, as above, who have

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performed at least 18 months sea service at Management Level on a Trading ship of above 500 GT, may, if they wish to obtain Certificate of Competency as a First Mate of a Foreign Going Ship limited to 3,000 GT operating world wide directly, may undergo the following: 2.3.1 3 months course at LBS CAMSAR, Mumbai for Near Coastal Voyages Phase - II at the Management Level, which will encompass the relevant subjects of Phase I as detailed below: Phase II Navigational Aids including compasses Naval Architecture Paper II Maritime Legislation Phase I Naval Architecture Paper I Cargo handling and Stowage 2.3.2 2.3.3 1 month Worldwide Navigation Course at Management Level Written Examination in the above subjects

2.3.4 Oral Assessment in Navigation, Cargo Handling and Ship Operation Functions at the Management Level for near coastal voyages and in 2.3.2 above simultaneously. (Refer to para 3 for eligibility). 3. An Executive Branch Officer of the Indian Navy or Indian Coast Guard, who has performed the requisite seagoing service or the Bridge watch keeping service, as above, on a naval ship or a coast guard ship but has not performed the bridge watch keeping service on a Trading ship, will be permitted to join the appropriate approved course and complete the appropriate written examination and assessment. On successful completion of the approved post-sea education and training course, examination and assessment, the candidate will be issued intimation to that effect whereby such candidates are entitled to work as a watch keeping officer on coastal ships after taking necessary dispensation from the Directorate in order to fulfill the criteria of sea service requirement of 6 months on trading ship. The relevant certificate of competency will be issued only after the candidate has performed the requisite seagoing service of six months on a Home trade trading ship, on duties associated with bridge watch keeping under the supervision of the Master or a qualified officer followed by an Oral examination and assessment held by the Chief Examiner concerned. 4. LBS CAMSAR / Naval Maritime Academy may conduct the Phase I and Phase II course in 2 months duration subject to their fulfilling the criteria of teaching hours as per the META manual for the relevant subject which is required to be taught for undertaking the examination. The above institutes may apply for approval by the Director General of shipping as per their guidelines. 5. Naval officers and Coast Guard officers who are still in service are entitled to appear for their written examination of NCV cadre and worldwide operation. However, the requisite requirement of the sea service on a trading ship needs to be complied with at their respective phases in order to appear for oral examination at the NCV level or FG (limited to 3000 GT) as applicable, subject to complying with the conditions stated in Para 1 & 2.

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6. Candidates who have undergone Specialization in Navigation by undergoing the Long course in Navigation and Direction at the Management Level in the Indian Navy shall be exempted from the requirements of the course and written examination in all the subjects of the Navigation Function and Oral Assessment of Navigation function at both the Operational Level as well as at the Management Level. Sd/(Capt. J.S. Uppal), Dy. Nautical Adviser to the Govt. of India-cum-Sr.DDG(T)

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Enclosure 2 M.S. Notice 07 of 2005 No:ENG/EXAM-11(1)/2004 Dated: Aug 8, 2005

Sub: Conversion of Certificate of Service issued to Naval officers to Certificate of Competency as Engineers. Further to MS Notice No. 6 of 2001 dated 9.3.2001 regarding Conversion of Certificate of Servic issued to Naval officers to Certificate of Competency, as the number of candidates for suc conversion are limited and no institutes is conducting these course at present, the Chief Examine of Engineers has reviewed the requirements, so that the existing approved courses would b utilized by these candidates to convert their certificate of service to certificate of competency From the date of issue of the MS Notice, candidates desiring to convert their COS will have t fulfill the amended requirements as stated in the table below : Sr. No. Category 1. Officers holding first Class Certificate of Service and having more than 3 years of experience in the Merchant Navy of a vessel of 750 KW or more propelling power of which at least one years has been served as a Chief Engineer of a vessel of 3000 KW or more propelling power Officers holding Class I Certificate of Service and having more than 3 years of experience in the Merchant Navy of a vessel of 750 KW or more propelling power but having less than one year service as a Chief Engineer of a vessel of 3000 KW or more propelling power Requirement as per MS Notice 6 of 2001 An approved training course for 10 days specifically formulated for such certificate of service holders.

* Amended requirements . Successful completion of 10 days revalidation course for engineers . Pass in oral examination by panel of examiners appointed by Chief Examiner of Engineers. Subjects: Engineering Management as per the Chapter III of M.S.(STCW) Rules 1998 .Certificate of Competency as MEO Class I is issued . Successful completion of 2 months Engineering Management Course for MEO Class I as per META Manual Volume II, Appendix M-III/3 & successful completion of simulator course as per Appendix M-III/3A . Pass in oral examination by panel of examiners appointed by Chief Examiner of Engineers Subjects: Marine Engineering at Management Level Maintenance & Repair at Management Level Electrical, Electronics and Control Engineering at Management Level. Controlling operation of ship and care for persons on board at Management Level As per the Section M-III/2 of

2.

An approved engineering management training course for 2 months specifically formulated for such certificate of service holders.

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M.S.(STCW), Rules 1998 Engineering Management As per the Chapter III of M.S.(STCW) Rule 1998 . Certificate of Competency as MEO Class I is issued Successful completion of 4 An approved 1. training course for months MEO Class II course and 4 months simulator course as per META Manual Volume II, Table A /III/2 specifically formulated for such certificate of 2. Pass in oral examination by panel of examiners appointed by service holders. Chief Examiner of Engineers. Subjects:Marine Engineering at Management Level. Maintenance & Repair at Management Level. Electrical, Electronics and Control Engineering at Management Level. Controlling operation of ship and care for persons on board at Management Level. As per the Section M-III/2 of M.S.(STCW), Rules 1998 Engineering Management. As per the Chapter M.S.(STCW) Rules 1998. III of

3.

Officers holding Class I Certificate of service and having less than 3 years of experience in the Merchant Navy of a vessel of 750 KW or more propelling power.

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approved All other Officers holding An 1st Class Certificate of training course for 4 months Service specifically formulated for such certificate of service holders. And An approved engineering management training course for 2 months specifically formulated for such certificate of

.Certificate of Competency as MEO Class I is issued. . Successful completion of 4 months MEO Class II course and simulator course as per META Manual Volume II, Table A ? III/2 . Successful completion of 2 months Engineering Management Course for MEO Class I as per META Manual Volume II, Appendix M-III/3 and simulator course as per Appendix M-III/3A . Pass in oral examination by panel of examiners appointed by Chief Examiner of Engineers Subjects: Marine Engineering at Management Level

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service holders. Maintenance & Repair at Management Level Electrical, Electronics and Control Engineering at Management Level. Controlling operation of ship and care for persons on board at Management Level As per the Section M-III/2 of M.S.(STCW), Rules 1998 Engineering Management As per the Chapter III of M.S. (STCW) Rules 1998 .Certificate of Competency as MEO Class I is issued . Successful completion of 10 days Revalidation Course at approved institution. . Pass in oral examination by panel of examiners appointed by Chief Examiner of Engineers Subject Subjects: Marine Engineering at Management Level Maintenance & Repair at Management Level Electrical, Electronics and Control Engineering at Management Level. Controlling operation of ship and care for persons on board at Management Level As per the Section M-III/2 of M.S.(STCW), Rules 1998 .Certificate of Competency as MEO Class II is issued . Successful completion of 4 months MEO Class IV course and simulator course as per META Manual Volume II, Table A/III/2 . Pass in oral examination by panel of examiners appointed by Chief Examiner of Engineers Subjects: Marine Engineering at Management Level Maintenance & Repair at Management Level Electrical, Electronics and Control Engineering at Management Level. Controlling operation of ship and care for persons on board at

5.

Officers holding Second Class Certificate of Service and having more than 3 years of experience in the Merchant Navy of a vessel of 750 KW or more propelling power of which at least one year should have been served as second Engineer of a vessel of 3000 KW or more propelling power

An approved training course for 10 days specifically formulated for such certificate of service holders.

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approved All other Officers holding An Second Class Certificate of training course for 3 months Service specifically formulated for such certificate of service holders.

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Management Level As per the Section M-III/2 of M.S.(STCW), Rules 1998 .Certificate of Competency as MEO Class II is issued (* All above courses are being conducted by approved institutions) Candidates possessing MEO Class II Certificate of Competency issued under the "old" Rules are eligible to obtain Certificate of Competency of the same grade under the "new" Rules but have to pass new MEO Class II examination (written and oral examination) to be eligible for assessment to appear MEO Class I examination. As such, all candidates possessing MEO Class II Certificate of Competency issued after conversion and desiring to obtain MEO Class I Certificate of Competency, shall be required to follow the Flow Diagram No.3 under Table A III/2 of META Manual Volume II i.e. candidates will be required to appear and pass MEO Class II Part A and Part B (written and oral examination) prior to appearing for MEO Class I examination. This issues with the approval of the Chief Examiner of Engineers with the Govt. of India.

Sd/(D.Mehrotra) Dy. Chief Surveyor cum Sr.DDG(Tech)

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Enclosure 3

SEAMAN AND COMMUNICATION SAILORS ­ NWKO (NCV) AUTHORITY: META MANUAL VOL I

10 STD ENTRY

NOTES

27 MONTHS NAVAL SEA SERVICE

SEA SERVICE EXTRACT REQUIRED (2/3RD SERVICE COUNTED ON SHIPS < 500 GRT)

PST, PSCRB, AFF, MFA

DURATION THREE WKS, NAMAC CONDUCTS ALL COURSES

APPLY FOR CDC

TO SHIPPING MASTER. FORMS AVAILABLE ON NET AND AT SM OFFICE LBS CAMSAR ONLY COLLEGE WHICH CONDUCTS COURSE EXAM HELD 2 - 3 WEEKS AFTER COMPLETION OF COURSE

04 MONTHS NWKO COURSE AT LBS COLLEGE

ATTEMPT ALL 05 NWKO PAPERS AT MMD

ROC, ARPA, GMDSS

DURATION 5 - 6 WEEKS. NAMAC CONDUCTS ALL COURSES

06 MONTHS SEA TIME ON MERCHANT SHIP AS JUNIOR OFFICER

LIMITED COMPANIES OFFER THE POST OF JUNIOR OFFICER.

ORAL BOARD AT MMD

COC AS MWKO (NCV)

ON PASSING ALL WRTTEN AND ORAL EXAMS

CHAPTER 4

TRANSITION INTO MERCHANT NAVY ­ ENGINEERING SAILORS

1. DG Shipping permits entry of serving and ex-naval personnel into NCV segment of the Merchant Navy in various posts depending on the training, qualification and experience gained during the service. In this regard DG Shipping Circular ENG/EXAM11(1)/2004 dated 22 May 07 is placed at encl 1.

2. Mech 3/ERA 3 as Assistant Engineer Officers (AEO) on NCV Ships. Under this scheme, individual is to undergo two weeks induction course duly approved by DG Shipping and conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute(LBS CAMSAR) followed by advanced safety course and assessment (both written and oral) for MEO Class IV to become 4th Engineer on board NCV ships. Having qualified to become 4th Engineer, with requisite sea time, the individual has to undergo one month bridging course duly approved by DG Shipping and conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute(LBS CAMSAR) followed by assessment (both written and oral) by MMD for MEO Class III to become Second Engineer. Detailed procedure is placed at encl 2.

3. Mech 4/ERA 4 as Assistant Engineer Officers (AEO) on NCV Ships. The individual with requisite sea service (with TASK book) has to undergo a one month induction course conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute(LBS CAMSAR) followed by advanced safety course and assessment (both written and oral) by MMD for MEO Class IV to become 4th Engineer on board NCV ships. Subsequent graduation to Second Engineer would be as per the case of ERA3/Mech3 above. Detailed procedure is placed at encl 3.

4. POME/LME Assistant Engineer Officers (AEO) on NCV Ships. A ME branch sailor in possession of Auxiliary Watch keeping Certificate with a minimum of two years of sea certificate will be issued with Rating watch keeping certificate by the DG Shipping. Thereafter, with four years of sea service on Naval ships, the individual will be required to undergo three months Pre-sea Rating Course conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute(LBS CAMSAR) followed by Advanced Safety Training Course and six months sea service (with TASK Book) on trading ship. This followed by assessment (both written and oral) by MMD for MEO Class IV to become 4th Engineer on board NCV ships. Detailed procedure is placed at encl 4.

5. Sea Time on Trading Vessel. Sea time on trading vessel will be arranged by DESA through SCI and DG Shipping. Personnel are to forward their request through proper channels.

6. Continuous Discharge Certificate (CDC). Temporary CDC would be issued whilst in service and will be converted to permanent CDC at the time of award of COC.

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Enclosure 1 No:ENG/EXAM-11(1)/2004 Dated: May 22, 2007

EAC BRANCH Authorised by File No:ENG/EXAMEACQM: 07.2.2 11(1)/2004 M.S. NOTICE No.7 Circular No. Dy. Chief Surveyor cum Sr.Dy.DG (Tech) Issue No. 00 Dated: 22.05.07 Subject : Examination system for progression for sailors of Indian Navy/Coast Guard to MEO Certification (NCV)

The purpose of this notice is to provide a stream for Sailors serving in Indian Navy to obtain Certificate of Competency under M.S. (STCW) Rules, 1998. Though the MS (STCW) Rules, 1998 have stipulated entry streams for technical sailors (Artificers and Mechanicians) into the merchant marine onboard Near Coastal Vessels, there is no stream facilitating lateral entry of Engineering Mechanics and MECH 4 / ERA 4. To facilitate seamless induction of the engineering sailors of the Indian Navy viz. Artificers, Mechanicians and Engineering Mechanics into the merchant fleet, post release from service, at levels matching their training, qualification and experience gained in the Indian Navy, the Chief Examiner of Engineers, Directorate General of Shipping, Mumbai has now considered educational qualifications, training and service of Artificers, Mechanicians and Engineering Mechanics who have served in Indian Navy and have decided to create a stream for such sailors for obtaining Certificate of Competency, which is described as follows: 1. Minimum requirement for certification of Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch Marine Engineer Officer Class IV( NCV) for vessels less than 3000 kw propulsion power and Offshore Supply Vessels less than 6000 kW propulsion power - For sailors qualified as MECH 3 / ERA- 3 As per Merchant Shipping (Standards of Training Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers), Rules 1998, Flow Diagram No. 4 Stream 2N for MECH-3 / ERA-3, following has been revised considering the training imparted to such sailors in Indian Navy : Sl. Flow Diagram No. 4 of Requirement for progression from MECH 3/ERA3 to NCV Certification. No. META Manual 01. MECH 3/ERA 3 from To possess Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Indian Navy /Coast Guard covering Marine Engineering aspects awarded by INS Shivaji, Lonavla with at least 02 years sea service. 02. 3 months course covering Two weeks induction course duly approved by the A III/1 read with A I/3 Directorate to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved Institute 03. 03 Advanced safety 03 Advanced safety courses courses

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04. 05.

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06 months sea service with TAR Book Pass MEO Class IV (NCV) written & oral exam 12 months sea service

12 months of sea service on Indian Navy / Coast Guard vessels with TASK Book / Journal (*) Pass MEO Class IV (NCV) written & oral examination. 24 months of sea service on Indian Navy / Coast Guard vessels or 12 months sea service on sea going ships. (Merchant ships) One month bridging course covering AIII/3 duly approved by the Directorate to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved Institute (**) Pass MEO Class III Second Engineer (NCV) written & oral examination Progress as per Flow Diagram No. 4

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04 months course covering Code A-III/3 as applicable for III/3 & I/3 of STCW-95 Pass MEO Class III (NCV) written & oral examination. Progress as per Flow Diagram No. 4

Notes (*) Exempt for those ERA 3 / Mech 3 who have completed minimum 03 years of sea service. (**) For the purpose of written examination Class IV (NCV), the sailors of the Indian Navy / Coast Guard are required to approach any of the DGS approved institutes for the purpose of examination along-with relevant testimonials. These institutes are required to conduct the exams and forward the results of respective Indian Navy / Coast Guard sailors to the office of the MMD for the purpose of conduct of orals exams for the MEO Class IV (NCV). 2. Minimum requirement for certification of Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch Marine Engineer Officer Class IV( NCV) for vessels less than 3000 kW propulsion power and Offshore Supply Vessels less than 6000 kW propulsion power - For sailors qualified as MECH- 4 / ERA- 4 As per Merchant Shipping (Standards of Training Certification and Watch keeping For Seafarers), Rules 1998 Flow Diagram No. 4 Stream 2N for MECH 3 / ERA - 3 following has been exempted for sailors qualified as MECH 4 / ERA-4 considering the training imparted to such sailors in Indian Navy :-

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Sl. Flow Diagram No. 4 of No. META Manual - in place of MECH-3 / ERA-3 01. MECH-4 / ERA-4 from Indian Navy / Coast Guard 02. 03 months course covering A III/1 read with A I/3 03. 03 Advanced safety courses 04. 06 months sea service with TAR book 05. Pass MEO Class IV (NCV) written & oral exam 12 months sea service

Requirement for progression from MECH-4 / ERA-4 to NCV Certification

To possess Diploma in Mechanical Engineering covering Marine Engineering aspects awarded by INS Shivaji, Lonavla with at least 02 years sea service One month induction course duly approved by the Directorate to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved Institute 03 Advanced safety courses 12 months of sea service on Indian Navy / Coast Guard vessels with TASK Book / 06 months sea service on sea going ships (Merchant ships) Pass MEO Class IV (NCV) written & oral exam

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04 months course covering Code A-III/3 as applicable for III/3 & I/3 of STCW-95 Pass MEO Class III (NCV) written & oral exam Progress as per Flow Diagram No.4 Note

24 months of sea service on Indian Navy / Coast Guard vessels / 12 months sea service on sea going ships (Merchant ships) One month bridging course covering AIII/3 duly approved by the Directorate to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved Institute. Pass MEO Class III Second Engineer (NCV) written & oral examination. Progress as per Flow Diagram No.4

For the purpose of written exam of MEO Class IV (NCV), the sailors of the Indian Navy / Coast Guard are required to approach any of the DGS approved institutes for the purpose of examination along-with relevant testimonials. These institutes are required to conduct the examination and forward the results of respective Indian Navy / Coast Guard sailors to the office of the MMD for the purpose of conduct of orals examination for the MEO Class IV (NCV). 3. Minimum requirement for certification of Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch Marine Engineer Officer Class IV( NCV) for vessels less than 3000 kW propulsion power and Offshore Supply Vessels less than 6000 kW propulsion power - For sailors qualified as Engineering Mechanics. As per Merchant Shipping (Standards of Training Certification and Watch keeping For Seafarers), Rules 1998 Flow Diagram No. 4 Stream 1N for Engine room rating with watch keeping certificate, following has been considered for

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Engineering Mechanics Navy :Sl. Flow Diagram No. 4 No of META Manual Stream 1N 01. Engine Room rating (REW) with 03 months course and 06/09 months onboard training including RTRB 02. 02 years sea service on sea going vessels 03. 03 months course covering Code A-III/1 read with A-I/3 of STCW-95 03 Advanced safety courses 06 months sea service with TAR book Pass MEO Class IV (NCV) written & oral exam Progress as per Flow Diagram No.4

considering the training imparted to such sailors in Indian Requirement for progression from Engineering Mechanics to NCV Certification Engineering Mechanics with Auxiliary Watch keeping Certificate with 2 years of sea service. To be issued with Rating Watch keeping Certificate by the Directorate.

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04 years sea service on Indian Navy / Coast Guard vessels / 02 years sea service on sea going ships (Merchant ships) 03 months Directorate approved Pre Sea Rating course covering Code A-III/1 read with A-I/3 of STCW-95, conducted by NAMAC or any other DGS approved Institute 03 Advanced safety training courses 06 months sea service with TAR book on sea going ships (Merchant ships) Pass MEO Class IV (NCV) written & oral examination

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Progress as per Flow Diagram No.4

Notes For the purpose of written exam of MEO Class IV (NCV), the sailors of the Indian Navy / Coast Guard are required to approach any of the DGS approved institutes for the purpose of examination along-with relevant testimonials. These institutes are required to conduct the exams and forward the results of respective Indian Navy / Coast Guard sailors to the office of the MMD for the purpose of conduct of orals exams for the MEO Class IV (NCV).

Sd/(D.Mehrotra) Dy. Chief Surveyor cum Sr.DDG(Tech) Encl: Annex I, II & III

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Annexure I Course Module : Induction Course (Two weeks) Syllabus for Mech 3 / ERA 3 for progression to MEO Class IV (NCV) Certification Ref : MS Notice No 7 Para 1 Sr No 2 Duration Contact hours : 12 working days : 84 hours including interaction with participants

SL.NO. SUBJECT 01 Marine Environment Protection Pollution prevention, basic knowledge of prevention of marine environment pollution, anti pollution procedures Effects of operational / accidental pollution on marine environment

DURATION

35 hours Familiarity with all Annexes of MARPOL 73-78 Anti pollution equipment & drills Familiarity to SOPEP manuals & oil record books

Working principles of Oily Bilge Water Separators, incinerators and Sewage Treatment Plants

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Legislation with regard to Basic working knowledge of IMO 14 hours

Regulations / Conventions SOLAS, MARPOL, Load Line STCW and ISM Statutory Certificates Ship Safety & Personal Care Safe Working Practices Knowledge of medical first aid at sea

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21 hours

Knowledge of life saving appliances used on ships up to 3000 kW

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Introduction to Tankers Tanker terminology, Oil tanker types 14 hours

Hydrocarbon structure, physical properties Oil tanker arrangements, piping arrangements, draining/stripping cargo level measurements, tank cleaning, purging & ballast voyage. Hazard control measures & personnel protections

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Annexure II Course Module : Bridging Course (One month) Syllabus for Mech 4 / ERA 4 / Mech 3 / ERA 3 for progression to MEO Class IV (NCV) Certification Ref : MS Notice No 7 Para 1 Sr No 7 & Para 2 Sr No 7 Duration : 26 working days

Contact hours : 182 hours including interaction with participants SL.NO. SUBJECT 01 Marine Environment Protection Knowledge of MS rules including record keeping

DURATION

Thorough knowledge of pollution prevention procedures Garbage management plan, Air pollution prevention Health Crew accommodation, hygiene, welfare of crew, inspection & reports, Maritime declaration of health, Port health requirements pertaining to BIMMS conference Safety Outline knowledge of acts & regulations affecting ship management including drills, musters, operation of live saving equipment, closing of hatches and bulkheads Basic knowledge of ISM Code Emergency plans for collision, loss of steering, ship aground, oil spills, flooding

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14 hours 05 Organising training onboard Certificates Documents to be carried by the ship, validity & procedures to obtain Load lines & SOLAS Responsibilities for load line marks, entries of reports / records on draught allowance 14 hours 07 Knowledge of International convention on SOLAS Ship stability Determine Centre of Gravity in new condition 07 hours

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Effects of adding / removing weights 77 hours

Computation of areas of volume by Simpsons First & Second rules Use of hydrostatic curves of ship stability, carriage of deck cargo, factors affecting shape of data curves, concept of permeability Calculation of change of trim, moment to change trim per centimeter, position of centre of floatation Ship Construction Knowledge of writing damage report sustained in voyage Knowledge of classification of ships & classification society Stress & Strain on ships in seaway due to loading & ballasting Local & special stiffening Knowledge of all types of life rafts, life jackets, life buoys, pyrotechnics, thermal immersion suits and their maintenance TOTAL

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Annexure III Course Module : Induction Course (One month) Syllabus for Mech 4 / ERA 4 for progression to MEO Class IV (NCV) Certification Ref : M.S. Notice No. 7 Para 2 Sr.No.2 Duration : 26 working days

Contact hours : 182 hours including interaction with participants SL.NO. SUBJECT 01 Marine Environment Protection Pollution prevention, basic knowledge of prevention of marine environment pollution, anti pollution procedures

DURATION

35 hours Effects of operational / accidental pollution on marine environment Familiarity with all Annexes of MARPOL 73/78 Anti pollution equipments & drills Familiarity to SOPEP manuals & oil record books

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Working principles of Oily Bilge Water Separators, incinerators and Sewage Treatment Plants Legislation with regard to Pollution prevention Basic working knowledge of IMO 28 hours

Regulations / Conventions / SOLAS, MARPOL, Load line & STCW Statutory Certificates Ship Safety & Personal Care Safe Working Practices Knowledge of medical first aid at sea

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14 hours

Knowledge of life saving appliances used on ships upto 3000 Kw

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Introduction to Tankers Tanker terminology, Oil tanker types Hydrocarbon structure, physical properties 28 hours

Oil tanker arrangements, piping arrangements, draining/stripping cargo level measurements, tank cleaning, purging & ballast voyage Hazard control measures & personnel protections Naval Architecture & Ship stabilitry Density, Relative Density, d, TPC, Coefficient of form, calculation of area, volume & moments, block coefficient. Terms of buoyancy and reserve buoyancy 49 hours

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General understanding of centre of gravity, centre of buoyancy, meta-centric height, righting lever, righting moment, stable, neutral and unstable equilibrium Stiff & Tender ship, use of hydrostatic data

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Effects of adding / removing weights Ship Construction Definitions of sheer, camber, flair, rake, tumblehome & rise of floors. Sections used in welding & materials. Longitudinal & transverse framing, beam knees, watertight bulkheads, hatches, rudders, bow thrusters, propellers, watertight bulkheads, double bottoms, shell & deck plating. Fore & aft peak tanks, double bottom and deep tank filling and pumping arrangements, compartmental drainage, bilge keel. Panting, hogging, sagging, pounding, permissible stress limits Side & wing tanks, air pipes, ventilators

28 hours

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Enclosure 2 ERA 3/MECH 3 AS AEO ON NCV SHIPS

Eligibility. To possess Diploma in Mechanical Engineering issued by INS Shivaji. At least 02 years sea service

Two weeks induction course duly approved by DGS to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute (LBS CAMSAR)

03 Advanced Safety Course

12 months sea service on board IN ships with task book/Journal

Pass MEO Class IV(NCV) written and oral examination

COC in the rank of MEO Class IV (NCV) 4th Engineer 24 Months sea service on IN Ships

One month bridging course duly approved by DGS to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute (LBS CAMSAR)

Pass MEO Class III Second Engineer (NCV) written and oral examination 2nd Engineer (NCV)

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Enclosure - 3 ERA 4/MECH 4 AS AEO ON NCV SHIPS

Eligibility. To possess Diploma in Mechanical Engineering issued by INS Shivaji. At least 02 years sea service

One month induction course duly approved by DGS to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute (LBS CAMSAR)

03 Advanced Safety Course

12 months sea service on board IN ships with task book/Journal

Pass MEO Class IV(NCV) written and oral examination

COC in the rank of MEO Class IV (NCV) 4th Engineer 24 Months sea service on IN Ships

One month bridging course duly approved by DGS to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute (LBS CAMSAR)

Pass MEO Class III Second Engineer (NCV) written and oral examination 2nd Engineer (NCV)

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Enclosure - 4 ME BRANCH SAILORS AS AEO ON NCV SHIPS

Eligibility. In possession of Auxiliary Watch keeping Certificate. Rating Watch keeping Certificate issued by DG.

Sea Service. Four years on board IN ships

Three month DG approved course to be conducted by NAMAC or any other approved institute (LBS CAMSAR)

03 Advanced Safety Course

Six months sea service on board trading ships with TASK Book

Pass MEO Class IV(NCV) written and oral examination

COC in the rank of MEO Class IV (NCV) 4th Engineer

CHAPTER 5

INDUCTION INTO DEFENCE SECURITY CORPS

1. The Defence Security Corps provide an avenue for re-employment of exservicemen PBORs from Army, Navy, Air Force and TA provided they meet the laid down QRs for the recruitment. The recruitment into DSC is conducted by respective Regimental Centres, for which vacancies are allotted by the AHQ (DSC Directorate). Presently, naval PBORs are recruited in DSC as JCOs, DSC Clerk and Sep (GD). Eligibility 2. Recruitment as Sep(GD). The candidates should meet following eligibility criteria for recruitment:(a) Should have rendered at least five years of service.

(b) Should not have been dismissed/discharged SNLR/unsuitable from service. (c) Should not have been assessed below VG* in his career.

(d) Medical Category. Medical category should be in S1A1, at the time of discharge from former service. Low medical category personnel other than S1A1 are not eligible for re-enrolment into DSC. (e) Should be less than 45 years of age.

(f) Should not have been awarded more than one warrant punishment in last five years of service and not more than two in entire service. (g) Physical standards will be as applicable to corresponding age.

(h) Should be Matric or have passed ET-1(Army Certificate of Education-I & Army English Certificate-III) examination. (j) Gap between termination of former service and recruitment in DSC should not be more than five years. 3. Recruitment as Clerk(GD). This is open to ex-PO Writer/Leading Writer with following QRs:(a) Age Limit. Below 45 years at the time of enrolment into DSC.

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(b) 5 Years Gap. Gap between date of discharge from Navy and date of reenrolment into DSC should be not more than five years. (c) Discipline. Only those personnel who have not more than ONE red ink entry during last five years of former service and not more than two red ink entries during the entire former service are eligible. (d) Medical Category. Candidate should be in Medical Category S1A1 at the time of discharge from former service. (e) Education Qualification. Matriculation/ET-1(Army Education-I & Army English Certificate-III) and above. Certificate of

4. Recruitment as JCO. This is applicable to personnel retired in the rank of MCPO-I (equivalent to Sub Major), MCPO-II(equivalent to Sub) and CPO (equivalent to Nb Sub) including honorary ranks with following QRs:(a) ACRs. Out of the last five ACRs, at least three should be above average and two not below high average with no adverse remarks. (b) (c) Discipline. No warrant punishment in the rank of CPO/MCPO. Age. (i) CPO/MCPO-II (ii) MCPO-I

­ Below 50 years - Below 52 Years

(iii) Ex-JCO should be below 50/52 yrs as and when they report at DSC Centre for Re-orientation Cadre based on a call letter issued by DSC Centre. (d) Education Qualification. Matriculation/ET-1(Army Education-I & Army English Certificate-III) and above. Certificate of

(e) Medical Category. Medical category should be in S1A1, at the time of discharge from former service. Low medical category personnel other than S1A1 are not eligible for re-enrolment into DSC. (f) (g) Character. Very Good (VG) Time Between Discharge and Re-enrolment. Not to exceed 5 years.

(h) Date of Enrolment. Date of reporting to DSC Centre for the Reorientation Training based on a call letter issued by DSC Centre.

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(j) Fixation of Seniority. Merit list prepared by selection board based on performance during the interview.

Period of Engagement 5. The period of engagement, subject to review by AG, IHQ/MOD(Army) will be as under:(a) JCOs. (i) CPO/MCPO-II (Nb Sub/Sub). Initial employment will be for a period of five years subject to confirmation after six months of initial service. Those recommended and selected for further retention may be given five years extension at a time or till they reach the age of superannuation, subject to screening at the time of last extension or three years before the date of retirement, whichever is earlier. (ii) MCPO-I (Sub Major). 57 years of age or four years of tenure as Sub Major, whichever is earlier subject to screening at the time of last extension or three years before the age of superannuation, whichever is earlier. (b) Sepoy (GD). Initial term of engagement is 10 years, extended by five years at a time till 57 years of age.

Procedure for Enrolment into DSC 6. Procedure for enrolment into the DSC is placed at encl 1.

Actions by Agencies 7. CABS. Actions to be taken by CABS are as follows:(a) All sailors desirous for recruitment in DSC are to apply to CABS on the prescribed application form. Copies of application forms for Sepoy (GD)/Clerk (GD) and JCOs are placed at encl 2 and 3 respectively. (b) Scrutinise applications for eligibility and short list candidates in accordance with paras 2, 3 & 4 above and prepare verification report as per the format placed at encl 4. (c) Award marks for record of service in terms of Annexure 3 for JCOs.

4 (d) Forward scrutinised applications to INS Agrani along with verification reports and marks awarded under intimation to IHQ/MOD (Navy)/DESA indicating number of candidates eligible for interview for recruitment in DSC in each category. 8. IHQ/MOD(Navy)/DESA. On receipt of number of candidates eligible for interview in each category from CABS, IHQ/MOD (Navy)/DESA will take following actions:(a) Liaise with IHQ/MOD(Army) / DSC Directorate to seek appropriate number of vacancies for Sepoy(GD) and Clerk(GD) only. (b) Intimate number of vacancies released by DSC Directorate in respect of Sepoy(GD) and Clerk(GD). (c) Request HQSNC to convene selection board at INS Agrani for selection of candidates. 9. INS Agrani. On receipt of instructions from IHQ/MOD (Navy) /DESA, INS Agrani is to take following actions:(a) Short Listing of JCO Candidates. Based on the award of marks by CABS (para 7(c) above), short list appropriate number of candidates (four times the number of vacancies) for issue of interview letter under intimation to CABS. Candidates awarded more than 30 marks only are to be called for interview under intimation to CABS. (b) Issue of Interview Letter. Issue interview letters to all candidates seeking recruitment as Sepoy (GD) and Clerk (GD). Interview letters are to be endorsed to CABS for information. (c) Convening of Selection Board. Convene Selection Board to select suitable candidates in accordance with these orders. (d) Medical Examination. Conduct medical examination of the selected candidates to ascertain their medical fitness. Any deficiency in facilities to conduct medical examination is to be intimated to HQSNC (CMO), who will provide necessary support for conduct of medical examination. (e) Police Verification. As per proforma placed at Annexure 1 and to be forwarded to DSC Records, Cannanore on receipt from District Police Authority. (f) Merit List. Prepare final merit list based on performance of the candidates during the interview by Selection Board and medical suitability and forward the same to DSC Records Cannanore with 20% reserve in accordance with encl 1 under intimation to IHQ/ MOD (Navy)/DESA and CABS. 10. Financial Implications. No TA/DA including boarding/lodging facility would be admissible to the candidates appearing before Selection Board at INS Agrani.

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Enclosure 1 (Refers to para 6) PROCEDURE FOR RECRUITMENT INTO DSC

1. Procedure for recruitment into DSC for candidates who fulfill the required criterion is given in succeeding paragraphs. 2. Registration. All personnel desirous of joining DSC are to register themselves with CABS by 15 Jul and 15 Dec. CABS will scrutinise applications and forward the same to Commanding Officer Agrani with its comments endorsing copy to IHQ MOD (N)/DESA. Interviews for JCOs and recruitment for ORs will be conducted on quarterly basis in Mar, Jun, Sep and Dec. 3. Serving sailors can submit their applications not more than six months prior to their date of retirement through Commanding Officer to CABS mentioning date of retirement. 4. In case of serving sailors equivalent in rank to JCOs, section `B' encl 3 will be completed by the Commanding Officer/Officer-in-Charge and PMO concerned. In case of retired sailors, Medical Officer at the recruiting office (INS Agrani) will complete the same. 5. Scrutiny by CABS. CABS will scrutinize the particulars and ensure that following are correctly recorded in the application:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (j) ACR grading Date of birth Character assessment at the time of discharge from service. Award of decorations. Honorary rank/Commission where applicable. Courses attended with grading. Civil and Naval educational qualification. Home address of the sailor after retirement. Medical category.

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6. Police Verification. The Character and Antecedents Certificate for the period covering from date of discharge from former service to re-enrolment into DSC is to be obtained by Agrani from the district police authorities from where the candidate belongs/permanently settled after his retirement/discharge from the former service stating that he is not involved in any civil/criminal case during the period and is fit for the service in the Army. The same is to be sent to DSC Centre together with other reenrolment documents for transmission to DSC records. A specimen of police verification form is placed at Annexure 1. Maximum age limit for recruitment into DSC for 7. Maximum Age Limit. various ranks is as follows (Auth Army HQ letter 62502/Rtg 5 (OR)(A) dated 22 Jan 2004):Rank Max Age Limit Sepoy (Sea I/II) Naik (L/S) Hav (PO) Nb Sub (CPO) Subedar(MCPO-II) Sub Maj(MCPO-I) Below 45 Years Below 45 Years Below 47 Years Below 50 Years Below 50 Years Below 52 Years

Note:- Sepoy, Naik and Havildar will only be enrolled as `SEPOY' 8. All Ex-JCOs/equivalent seeking re-employment into DSC should be within the prescribed age limit and five years gap (date of retirement from former service and date of re-employment into DSC) when they report at DSC Centre for re-orientation training based on the call letter issued by DSC Centre. 9. Physical Standards. Table for physical standards at the time of recruitment into DSC is placed at Annexure 2. (Auth- Army HQ letter 62502/Rtg 5 (OR) (A) dated 13 Dec 2005). INS Agrani will analyse the applications and 10. Recruitment of ORs. recommend to IHQ/MOD(Navy)/DESA dates for interview of the candidates. Simultaneously, DESA will seek vacancies from DDG DSC for ORs and inform the same to Agrani. INS Agrani will directly recruit direct ex-sailor below JCO ranks and despatch them to DSC Centre along with Rahdari Certificate, Enrolment Form, Preverification Report, Original Discharge Book, Primary Medical Examination Report and Police Verification Report. 11. Selection of JCOs. Interview will be conducted at INS Agrani by a board of officers constituted by Commanding Officer Agrani. Sailors who had registered their names will be short listed and called for interview based on award of marks (Annexure 3) and vacancies available. Maximum three chances will be given to a sailor (CPO/MCPO) for re-employment as JCO in DSC.

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12. All candidates will sign, before the interview, willingness/unwillingness and consent certificate for re-employment in the same/lower rank as per the specimen given Annexure 5 and 6 respectively. 13. Call up notice for interview will be issued by INS Agrani (in a staggered manner) to the candidates 45 days prior to the date of interview by registered post. Willingness & consent certificates will be enclosed with the call up notice as per the specimen placed at Annexures 5 & 6. 14. Interview will be conducted in simple Hindi and the candidate will be expected to answer in Hindi unless he desires to answer in English. Each candidate will be awarded marks for the interview independently by the presiding officer and the members. The details of marks are given below:(a) Marks for record of service (Refer annex 3 for breakdown of marks) (b) Marks of interview (Refer annex 4 for breakdown of marks) Total 60 Marks

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15. Selection Panel. Date of interview/selection of JCOs will be conducted by INS Agrani on quarterly basis ie in Mar, Jun, Sep and Dec every year. Selection Panel will be drawn by the board immediately on the conclusion of interview for all candidates on final day. Names of those candidates who score 50% marks and above based on `Record of Service' and the interview will be listed in serial order based on merit. The important aspects to be borne in mind by the Selection Board while drawing the selection panel are given below:(a) Selection Panel will be drawn exclusively on merit for each rank, ie, Nb Subedar, Subedar and Subedar Major. No aspect other than merit will be taken into consideration while finalizing the selection panel. (b) Vacancies in each rank, ie, Nb Subedar, Subedar and Subedar Major will be filled up on merit. In case the vacancies by the number of candidates who have scored up to 50% marks are exhausted and if some vacancies are still left unfilled then the candidates from the higher rank, ie, MCPO I for vacancy of Subedar and MCPO II for Nb Subedar will be taken out of reserve list on merit, provided they have signed willingness certificate to accept re-employment in next lower rank due to shortage of vacancies.

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(c) In case some vacancies are still left unfilled, then candidates in each respective rank, who have scored up to 45% marks, will be taken on merit as mentioned above. 16. In accordance with Army HQ letter No. 183028/SD-5 dated 25 Aug 84, DDG DSC will be the final authority for the selection of candidates for re-employment into DSC. 17. Selection Panel will be drawn in triplicate and signed with date by the Selection Board. 18. Despatch of Results to DSC Records. Original copy of Selection Panel along with Rahdari Certificate (I.A.F.K 1160-B) and Enrolment Form(I.A.F.K 1162) in respect of selected candidates will be forwarded to DSC Records Cannanore immediately on the day of drawing Selection Panel and dispatched through registered letter along with the complete documents of the selected candidates followed by the willingness and consent certificate. Board proceedings should reach at DSC Records by fastest means on or before last day of Mar, Jun, Sep and Dec to avoid irregular re-employment due to age bar and five years gap at the time of reporting of Ex-JCOs at DSC Centre. 19. Issue of Joining Letter. Joining letter will be issued by DSC Centre based on the merit list and availability of vacancies, in case of Ex-JCOs only. 20. In case of any discrepancy, decision of DDG DSC will be final. All requests to DDG DSC will be routed through IHQ/MOD (N)/DESA.

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Enclosure 2 (Refers to Para 7 `a')

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR RECRUITMENT AS CLERK/SEP(GD) SECTION `A' (To be completed by the candidate) 1. 2. 3. Name in full (in Block Capital) Father's Name Personal number with rank (For Ex-servicemen only) : : ______________________________ ______________________________

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______________________________

4.

(a) Are you a citizen of India, : 4(a) ______________________________ if so, whether by birth of descent or registration of naturalization or otherwise (b) If you are not a citizen of : 4(b) ______________________________ India to what place do you claim to belong (a) Are you married ? (b) If so, have you more than one wife living? : 5(a) ______________________________ : 5(b) ______________________________

5.

6. 7.

Medical Category at the time or release: _________________________ House address in full : _____________________________ ___________________________ ____________________________ ______________________________

8.

Details of Warrant Punishments : awarded with offence in brief.

9. 10. 11.

Character and Efficiency at the time of release: _______________________ Exact Date of Birth/age (In Christian era): Particulars of educational qualification (a) (b) Civil Military : : _________________________

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12.

Particulars of previous service:Rank/Capacity Unit/Office From Period To

13.

Do you desire your former service in the Indian : Armed Forces to recon towards pension, gratuity increments of pay, if such are admissible and agree to recovery being affected of any gratuity, You may have received on or since discharged in the manner as prescribed in the rules. Are you willing to be vaccinated or revaccinated (a) Are you willing to go wherever ordered by : Land, sea or air and not to allow any caste usage to interfere with your military duty? (b) You will like to be employed for serving anywhere within India if this is permissible under the rules : :

14. 15.

16.

Are you aware that during your service you are not permitted to or to subscribe in aid of any political association or movement?

:

17. 18.

Are you free from debt? Answer `Yes' or `No'. : Give a list of the documents as proof age, educational and trade qualifications. : (a) ___________________ (b) ___________________ (c) ___________________ : _______________________

19.

Contact Telephone Number with STD code

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Declaration to be Signed by the Candidate I declare that the statements made in this form are true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I am willing to serve in the Armed Forces for so long as my services are required.

Signature of Witness Designation

Signature of the Applicant Dated:

SECTION `B' (To be completed by Recruiting Officer/Medical Officer) Description on Recruitment Height__________ Cm Weight_________ Kg

Chest Measurement: Minimum _________ Cm Maximum ________ Cm I consider ________________ medically fit in category __________/unfit for the *_______________________________________________ Identification Marks 1. 2. * Cause of unfitness Place:Signature of Medical Officer Date:-

______________________________ is considered suitable for enrolment in DSC Place:Signature of Commanding Officer Date:-

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(To be completed by the Appointing Authority only) Certified that ___________________________ is eligible for enrolment in DSC virtue of his age, educational qualification and medical fitness. It is further certified that the date of birth/age as shown in question No. 10 of Section `A' namely _____________________________ has been duly verified from the documents detailed below:_______________________________________________________________________________ I recommended/do not recommended him for the grant of such a commission for the reason given below: (Delete in applicable portion)

Date: -

Signature Rank Designation Unit

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Enclosure 3 (Refers to Para 7 `a') Appendix `A' to AO 620/65

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF JCO COMMISSION (Section `A' to be completed by the candidate) 1. 2. 3. Name in full (in Block Capital) Father's Name Army/personal number with rank (For Ex-servicemen only) : : _______________________________ : _______________________________

_______________________________

4.

(a) Are you a citizen of India, if so, : 4(a) _______________________________ whether by birth of descent or registration of naturalization of otherwise. (b) If you are not a citizen of India : 4(b) _______________________________ to what place do you claim to belong.

5.

(a) Are you married

: 5(a) _______________________________

(b) If so, have you more than one wife living: 5(b) _______________________ 6. What is your religion class or Sub class : (If a member of Scheduled Caste/ST) House address in full Village/Town House No/House Name Lane/Street/Road Thana PO Tehsil Dist/State 8. (a) (b) 9. Details of Punishments:Imprisonment. Red Ink Entries. : : _______________________________ _______________________________ : : : : : : : : _________________________

7.

_______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________

Do you now belong to the Indian : (9) _______________________________ Armed Force, the Reserve, the TA, the Nepalese Army or to any Police Forces? If so give details. Exact Date of Birth/age (In Christian era): (10) ___________________________ Particulars of educational qualification

10. 11.

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(a) (b) 12.

Civil Military

: 11(a) ________________________________ : 11(b) ________________________________

Particulars of previous service :Rank/Capacity Unit/Office From Period To

13.

Do you desire your former service in the Indian Armed Forces to reckon towards pension, gratuity increments of pay, if such are admissible, and agree to recovery being effected of any gratuity, you may have received on or since discharged in the manner as prescribed in the rules? : 13. ________________________ Are you willing to be commissioned as a JCO? @ Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated? : 14 ___________________ : 15 ___________________

14. 15. 16.

(a) Are you willing to go wherever ordered by land: 16(a) ________________ sea or air and not to allow any caste usage to interfere with your military duty? (b) You will like to be employed for serving any where within India if this is permissible under the rules? : 16(b)_________________

17.

Are you aware that during your service you are not permitted to or to subscribe in aid of any political association or movement? Are you free from debt? Answer `Yes' or `No' Give a list of the documents as proof age, educational and trade qualifications.

:17 ____________________

18. 19.

: 18 ________________________ 19(a) ______________________

19(b) _____________________ 19(c) _____________________ @ Mention rank, i.e., Sub Maj/Ris Maj, Sub/Ris or Nb Sub/Nb Ris.

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Declaration to be Signed by the Candidate

I declare that the statements made in this form are true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I am willing to serve in the Armed Forces for so long as my services are required.

Signature of Witness Designation Dated:

Signature of the applicant

_______________________________________________________________________________ SECTION `B' (To be completed by Recruiting Officer/Medical Officer) Description on Recruitment Height __________________ Cm Chest Measurement: Weight _________________ Kg

Minimum ______________ Cm Maximum ______________ Cm

JC- ______________________________________ is considered suitable for employment/reemployment as a JCO in the __________________ .

Place : Date : Signature of Commanding Officer

I consider _______________________________________________ medically fit in category ________________/ unfit for the * _______________________________. Identification Marks 1................................................................................... 2.................................................................................. * Cause of unfitness ____________________________________________________

Place: Date: Signature of Medical Officer

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(To be completed by the Appointing Authority only) Certified that ____________________________________________ is eligible for the grant of a commission as a JCO ________________ in the _______________ by virtue of his age, educational qualification and medical fitness. It is further certified that the date of birth/age as shown in question No. 10 of Section `A' namely _________________________ has been duly verified from the documents detailed below :-

______________________________________________________________________________

I recommended/do not recommended him for the grant of such a commission for the reason given below:(Delete inapplicable portion)

Date :

Signature Rank Designation Unit

Mention rank for which considered suitable for commission * Mention the Arm of Service ie Army/DSC/NCC whichever is applicable.

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Enclosure 4 (Refers to Para 7 `b') VERIFICATION OF SERVICE PARTICULARS OF EX-SERVICEMEN FOR ENROLMENT IN TO DSC BY FORMER RECORD OFFICE 1. 2. No. _______________ Rank _____________ Name ____________________________ Unit and Regt/Corps served (a) (b) 3. 4. First Spell Second Spell : : : From From To To

Date of birth/apparent age as recorded in Enrolment Form: Date of Enrolment (a) (b) (a) (b) First Spell Second Spell First Spell Second Spell

5.

Date of Discharge

6. How much service has been rendered as a Combatant (in yrs, months and days) 7. If originally enrolled as NC (E) and subsequently re-mustered as combatant, for how long did he serve as a combatant (in yrs, months and days) 8. 9. Medical category at the time of discharge Character:(a) Assessed at the time of discharge

:

: :

N/A

:

(b) Re-assessed in terms of Para 170(d) of Regs for the Army Vol-I (1987) 10. Discipline (Red Ink Entries) :(a) Not more than one red ink entries during the last 5 years of service immediately preceding the date of discharge service. (b) Not more than two red ink entries during the entire service

:

N/A

:

: (Signature with Rubber Stamp of Navy Records Officer)

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11.

In case of TA Personnel: (a) (b) Is he in the effective strength of TS? Has he produced NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the CO of TA Bn? :

:

(c) How much embodied service has he got in TA in years, months and days (Embodied service calculated by Record Office to attached. Attendance of 7 ATC is mandatory (d) If discharged from TA service, has he produced his original discharge certificate. (e) How many ATCs (Annual Training Camps) Does he attend? (Original certificate issued by the CO of TA Bn showing No of ATCs to be attached. Attendance of 7 ATC is mandatory. 12. Educational qualifications:(a) Military (ACE III/II/I and AEC III/II/I be stated)

:

:

:

:

(b) Civil ­ Metric and non metric (Educational certificate are to be verified by the Recruiting offrs. Equivalent civil standards of Army certificates should be as per Army Headquarters letter No.62505/Rig/5(OR) (A) dated 12 Oct 99. 13. Cause and clause of discharge (Quote Army Rule/TA Rule clearly)

: :

14. Does the individual fulfill all the eligibility conditions for re-enrolment into DSC as a Sep/GD/Sep/Clerk)?

Place: Date:

(Signature with Rubber Stamp of Recruiting Officer)

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VERIFICATION BY RECORD OFFICE CONCERNED

1. Certified that the above particulars in respect of No. ________________ Rank ____________ Name _____________________________ have been verified from his service documents and are correct in all respects. He may be considered for re-enrolment into Defence Security Corps as he fulfils all eligible conditions for re-enrolment into Defence Security Corps.

OR

Certified that the following discrepancies have been found in the above particulars in respect of No. __________________ Rank ______________________ Name ____________________________________ as compared to the service documents held by this office.

Place : Date :

(Sign and designation with rubber Stamp of Record Officer)

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Annexure I (Refers to Encl 1) DEFENCE SECURITY CORPS POLICE VERIFICATION CERTIFICATE ­ PRE ENROLMENT Name _______________________ Father's Name ________________________ Father's Employment __________________ Visible identification marks(i) ___________ (ii) _____________________ Marital Status ­ Single/Married Office Stamp to be put on the Photographs. This is to certify that _________________ (name) son of Sh/Smt __________ ____________________ whose photo is placed above, has good moral character & reputation and there is no criminal case pending against him. He has not been convicted by any court of law to the best of my knowledge. He is presently working as ___________________________. 2. It is certified that ______________________ has been staying at the following address since _______________________ Name _____________________________________ House No. / Village _____________________________________ Post Office _____________________________________ District and State ______________________________PIN...............................

Candidates recent Colour passport photo

Signature of Verifying Officer Office Address: _______________ Full Name: ______________________________ ______________________________ Designation: ________________________________ Tel No with STD Code: ___________________ (O) ___________________ (R) __________________ (M) Office stamp File No. ____________________ Date : ______________________

Note: To be issued by office of the Superintendent of Police of the respective district.

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PPT TIMINGS

Annexure II (Refers to Encl 1)

EVENT 04 KMS RUN 100M SPRINT MTR SHUTTLE (1 MIN) CHIN UPS BENT KNEE SIT UPS PUSH UPS

UP TO 30 Yr EX GOOD 9'OR 9'9'30" LESS 13" OR LESS 14"15" 16 10 OR MORE 40 OR MORE 15 8 9 3539

SAT 09'31"10' 16"17" 14 6 7 3034

30 ­ 40 Yr EX GOOD 10'30" 10'31" OR LESS 11' 00" 15" OR LESS 16"17" 14 9 OR MORE 35 OR MORE NA 13 7 8 3034

SAT 11'00" 11'30" 18"19" 12 5 ­ 6 2529

40 ­ 45 Yr EX 11'30" OR LESS 17" OR LESS 13 30 OR MORE 20 OR MORE

GOOD 11'31" 12' 00" 18"19" 12 2529 1819

SAT 12'01" 12'30" 20" 21" 1 NA 2024 1617

45 ­ 50 Yr EX GOOD 13'00" 13'01" OR LESS 14'00" NA 11 25 OR MORE 16 OR MORE 10 2024 1415

BIO­DATA

Ser No

No, Rank and Name of JCO

Date of Discharge from previous/ present service and Specific cause of Discharge

Dat e of Birt h

Present/ Previous Arm/Serv ice

Servi ce as OR and JCO

Edn Qualificat ion Civil/Arm y

Charac ter Assess ed on Dischar ge from Service / present

Medic al Categ ory

Grading in ACR (Last five years)

Details of Course attende d with Gradin g

Does he fulfill all conditions of eligibility

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(j)

(k)

(l)

(m)

Details of Red Ink (n)

Recommendation of OIC Records (o)

Field Service (p)

Instructor Tenure (q)

Honours/Awards

(r)

Certified that the particulars of JCO given above are correct and he is eligible for reenrolment into DSC in all respect. Station: Dated: (Signature of OIC Records)

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Annexure III (Refers to Encl 1)

LATERAL ENTRY OF JCOs INTO DSC : DETAILS OF MARKS TO BE AWARDED BASED ON RECORD OF SERVICE OF JCO (MAXIMUM 60 MARKS) 1. Distribution of Marks Record of Service (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) 2. 3. Award/Decoration Honorary Commission/rank in service/Retirement ACRs Age Courses Field service Instructor Tenure Sports - 05 - 05 - 10 - 05 - 10 - 10 - 10 - 05 - 40

Marks awarded by the interview board Awards/Decorations Maximum marks will be 5, these will be awarded as under:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) VrC. SC & SM Mention in Dispatches Commendation Card by COAS/CNS/CAS Commendation Card by VCOAS/VCNS/VCAS Commendation Card by GOC-IN-C/ FOC-IN-C/AOC-IN-C Battle wounded

- 05 - 04 - 03 - 03 - 02 - 01

4.

Honorary Commission/Rank Maximum marks will be 5, these will be awarded as under:(a) Hon Capt (b) Hon Lt (c) Hon Sub Major (d) Hon Sub

- 05 - 04 - 03 - 02

5.

ACRs Maximum marks will be 10, these will be awarded for the last five ACRs as under:(a) (b) (c) Outstanding Above Average High Average - 10 - 08 - 06

(Total number of points earned be divided by 5 to get the average marks of ACRs)

23 6. Age. Maximum marks will be 5, these will be awarded as under:(a) (b) (c) 7. Up to 45 Years Up to 47 Years Up to 50 Years - 05 - 03 - 02

Courses. Maximum marks will be 10, these will be awarded as under:(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) D AXI AX/A AY/AZ BXI BX/B - 10 - 09 - 08 - 07 - 06 - 05 (g) (h) (j) (k) (l) BY BZ CX/C CY CZ - 04 - 03 - 02 - 01 -0

(Total number of marks be divided by number of courses done to get average marks) 8. Field Service. Maximum marks will be 10, these will be awarded as under:(a) (b) (c) For every year in HAA/Fd/CI For every year in Mod Fd For a period of 6 months and above but less than 1 year, the indl will qualify for Instructor Tenure. - 1 Point - ½ Point - 50% of above.

9.

Maximum marks will be 10, these will be awarded as under:(a) (b) (c) (d) 10. Instr tenure of 2 years or more in Cat `A' inst Instr tenure of less than 2 yrs in Cat `A' inst Instr tenure of 2 yrs or more in Cat `B' inst Instr tenure of less than 2 years in Cat `B' inst - 04 - 03 - 02 - 01

Sports. Maximum marks will be 5, these will be awarded as under:(a) (b) (c) International/National Team level Service level Command level - 05 - 03 - 02

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Annexure IV (Refers to Encl 1)

LATERAL ENTRY OF JCOs INTO DSC: DETAILS OF MARKS TO BE AWARDED BASED ON THE INTERVIEW OF JCO (MAXIMUM 40 MARKS)

1. 2. 3.

Appearance and Bearing General Awareness Professional Knowledge. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Small Arms Tactics Training Security Management Administration

-

05 05

-

02 02 02 05 15

-

02 02 05

4. 5.

Knowledge of English

Organising Capability 10 ------------------------------------------------Total 40 -------------------------------------------------

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Annexure V (Refers to Encl 1)

Index No......... WILLINGNESS CERTIFICATE

1.

I, JC _____________ Rank ____________ Name _________________________

am willing to accept re-employment in DSC in the rank of ____________ only.

2.

I am not willing to be re-employed in any rank except that mentioned in Para 1 above.

3.

I am willing to be re-employed in DSC as JCO (GD)/JCO (Clk).

4.

In the event of my selection, call letter may be sent to me on the address as given

below:-

House No/Name ____________________________________________________ Village ____________________________ PO ______________________________ Teh _______________________________ Dist ____________________________ State ______________________________ PIN Code _______________________ Nearest Railway Station _____________________________________________

Station : Dated :

(Signature of the individual) JC No. ___________ Rank ______ Name _______________________

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Annexure VI (Refers to Encl 1)

CONSENT CERTIFICATE

I, JC........................Rank.......................Name................................................. hereby undertake that in the event of reduction of the establishment in DSC, I will accept reversion to a lower rank that to which I have been selected in the Corps based on the combined seniority of serving promotees vis-à-vis appointed under lateral entry system. I further undertake that, if need arises I will have no objection to be discharged from service before completion of terms of engagement of 5 years in case of Nb Sub(CPO)/Sub(MCPO-II) and 4 years tenure or till the age of 57 years whichever is earlier. I will not request for posting on compassionate/medical/any other ground before/during/ after completion of orientation training at DSC Centre. I understand and accept that serving in the DSC would mean serving anywhere in the country and I am prepared to accept this all India liability as far as my posting to any place within India is concerned.

Station:

(Signature of the individual) JC No. ___________ Rank_________ Name __________________________

Dated:

Signature of witness ____________________ JC ____________ Rank ____________ Name ___________________________

CHAPTER 6

INDIAN NAVAL PLACEMENT AGENCY (INPA)

1. Indian Naval Placement Agency (INPA) provides employment assistance to retiring / retired naval personnel and widows / next of kin of deceased naval personnel. INPA has a job portal http://www.inpa.net.in. 2. Employers registered with INPA seek retired naval personnel for corporate jobs. Companies like L & T, HCL, DLF, G4S, KRISS, MNYL and Surya Roshni have been on the employers' list. In the PSUs, Garden Reach Ship Enterprise (GRSE), HAL, BHEL, BIAL, MDL, Rajasthan Udyog Limited, DRDO, KELTRON India Ltd, Pawan Hans, DCI and others are in constant communication with INPA for meeting their requirements. INPA has also been placing the retired naval personnel in various Government organizations like Intelligence Bureau (IB), CISF, Foreign Govt jobs, Cabinet Secretariat, DTC, MCD, DSC, Coastal State/ Marine Police Forces etc. Placement Cells 3. The Command Placement Cells are located as follows: (a) Indian Naval Placement Cell (East) HQENC INCS Complex, Naval Base Visakhapatnam ­ 530 014 Indian Naval Placement Cell (South) HQSNC Naval Base, Kochi ­ 682004 Bureau Placement Cell Cheetah Camp Mankhurd, Mumbai ­ 400088 0891-2752771

(b)

0484-2662435

(c)

022-25075416 25075450

Registration Procedure 4. Registration at INPA is undertaken online by filling up two forms for the Temporary Registration. On receipt of documents with the DD (as applicable), authentication is carried out for Permanent Registration at INPA, New Delhi. On completion of the authentication, the candidate again gets a confirmation email from INPA. The procedure for Temporary Registration is as under: (a) Type URL www.inpa.net.in (b) Click `Candidate' tab on top to login (c) Candidate login page appears

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(d) Click `New User to register' (e) Fill up details to create login, User ID and Password (f) After submitting, a Temporary ID is generated and sent on the candidate's email. (g) DO NOT CLOSE THE BROWSER. WAIT FOR SECOND FORM (h) Fill up the second registration form (j) Click `Submit' (k) Thank you page appears. Candidate may then upload resume in word, pdf or rtf format. (l) Also get your scanned copy of passport size colour photograph uploaded (Link available on `My candidate's Page' under `Manage Photograph'). 5. An email is sent to candidate with details of Temporary Registration number, along with user id and password, can be checked and following documents be forwarded to INPA for Permanent Registration:(a) One copy of Resume (with pp size colour photographs in civil dress)

(b) Copy of PPO / Discharge Book (for retired personnel) or NOC for retiring personnel. (c) Demand Draft as per category.

6. On receipt of above documents, authentication is done by INPA and the candidate is permanently registered. An email is then sent by the portal intimating Permanent Registration number to the candidate. All retired and retiring sailors are eligible to register on 7. Registration Charges. the website. The registration charges are as follows: (a) Yearly Subscription (i) (ii) Officers & their dependents Sailors & their dependents Rs 150/Rs 100/-

8. Demand Draft or `at par cheque' for the payment of registration charges is to be prepared in favour of "INDIAN NAVAL PLACEMENT AGENCY" payable at NEW DELHI. Payment may be made in cash also. 9. Validity of Registration. The validity of registration on the INPA website is limited to one year only from the date of registration. The candidates profile is deactivated thereafter. An email is sent to the candidate intimating him/her to forward their annual subscription to INPA for re-activation of their profile.

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10.

Guidelines for Registrants (a) Temporary Registration on INPA website doesn't entail naval personnel for jobs through the INPA job portal. Candidates whose documents have been verified by INPA are issued with a Permanent INPA Registration number and the confirmation is sent on their e-mail id. (b) Job Search facility can be availed only after receipt of Permanent INPA Registration number. (c) It is important to correct the contact details and email on the INPA job portal by the registrant in case of change. (d) Registrants are advised NOT to send their resume to INPA unless asked by email. Uploading of resume is to be undertaken only by the registrants. (e) In case of uploading more than one resume, only the latest resume will be available on the job portal. (f) Services of `Professional Resumes' can be availed by any naval personnel or their dependent irrespective whether they are registered or not. Service personnel applying for other government jobs or likely to apply for deputation can avail the facility of `Professional Resumes' without registering on the INPA website. (g) INPA facilitates employment opportunities by creating job panel and asking the candidates to forward their resume directly to the employer as per details provided. In some cases, INPA seeks candidates' resume by email and forwards it to the employer as per advertised format. (h) The general resume uploaded on the INPA website by the candidate is utilized by INPA only when INPA has to scrutinize the skill level and specialization of the candidate. (j) Remember a well written resume can fetch a candidate opportunity to get interview calls. Prior to the interview, read the `Interview Questionnaire' available at INPA's download page. (k) While filling up the second registration form, please fill up the `Job preference' and `Place of preference' to select a maximum of five choices by pressing `CTRL' on the keyboard.

11.

INPA Contact Details. Address: Indian Naval Placement Agency 6th Floor, Chanakya Bhawan Chanakyapuri, New Delhi - 110021 Telefax: 011-24121687, PAX: 2979 Email: [email protected]

CHAPTER 7

POST RETIREMENT AVENUES

1. Procedure for Issue of Identity Card to Retiring Sailors. The Identity Card to the retiring sailors is issued by concerned Zila Sainik Board/Zila Sainik Welfare Office (ZSB/ZSWO) where the retiring sailor proposes to settle down after retirement as recorded in his discharge book and PPO. For this purpose, all retiring sailors are required to get their particulars filled in the registration form in duplicate at CABS at the time of their discharge. One copy of the registration form is forwarded by the CABS to the ZSB/ZSWO concerned, by post and the second copy by hand through the retiree himself. Thereafter, the individual is required to call on the concerned ZSB/ZSWO along with three copies of the stamp size photographs, discharge book, PPO and other relevant service documents for issue of Identity Card. At the ZSB/ZSWO, the particulars are scrutinized and in case the individual qualifies to the status of Ex-Servicemen, he will be asked to fill in an application form and Identity Card will be issued to him. Formats for applying for registration by Ex-Servicemen with their respective RSB/ZSB/ZSWO and issue of Ex-serviceman identity card are given at Appendices `A' and `B'. 2. Please remember, Identity Card is a pre-requisite for availing the benefits of the welfare schemes instituted under the "Armed Forces Flag Day Fund" vide Government of India SRO 7E dated 13 Apr 1993. 3. Definition of Ex-Servicemen. The eligibility of the retired Defence personnel to the status of ex-servicemen is governed by the definition as laid down by Department of Personnel and Training. The definition has been undergoing changes from time to time. The following is the broad categorization: (a) Those Released Before 01 Jul 68. Any person who had served in any rank (whether as Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Union and has been released from there other than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency. (b) Those Released on or After 01 Jul 68 but Before 01 Jul 79. Any person who had served in any rank (whether as a Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Union for a continuous period of not less than six months after attestation and released from there other than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency. (c) Those Released on or After 01 Jul 79 but Before 01 Jul 87. Any person who had served in any rank (whether as a Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Union for a continuous period of not less than six months after attestation if discharged for reasons other than at their own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency and not less than 5 years of service if discharged at own request.

2 (d) Those Released on or After 01 Jul 87. Any person who had served in any rank (whether as a Combatant or not) in the Armed Forces of the Indian Union and was released/retired with any kind of pension from Defence Budget or released on completion of specific terms of engagement with gratuity other than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency. (e) Govt of India, Ministry of Defence (Dept of Ex-Servicemen Welfare) vide their office memorandum no. 12/1/2005/D (Res) dated 01 Feb 06 has conveyed that it has been decided with the approval of Raksha Mantri that such recruits who were boarded out/released on medical grounds and granted medical/ disability pension, will also be covered under the category of Ex-servicemen for all practical purposes. (f) Officer cadets boarded out of training academies will be treated as exservicemen only for the purpose of employment in civil services. 4 The eligibility of the person to the status of ex-servicemen will be governed by the definition in vogue at the time of his discharge and will not be affected by the changes in the definition subsequent to his discharge. 5. In addition, the personnel of Territorial Army (TA) of the following categories viz. pension holders for continuous embodied service; persons with disability attributable to military service; and gallantry award winners retired on or after 15.11.86 and the personnel of the Army Postal Service (APS) who are a part of the regular Army and retired from such service, i.e. directly from the Army Postal Service itself without reversion to P&T Department with a pension or who have been released from such service on medical grounds, attributable to military service or circumstances beyond their control and awarded medical or other disability pension are also covered within the definition of ex-servicemen with effect from 19 Jul 89.

Resettlement Training 6. With the aim to provide resettlement training to Ex-servicemen who might have had no opportunity to undergo PRC while in service, job oriented training is provided in various fields covering almost the same as pre-release courses for serving sailor. It is also extended to the widow/one dependent of ESM, irrespective of whether his death is attributable to military service or not. The list of courses, approved by MoD covers every field under which an ESM could find a job suitable to his needs. Duration of vocational training under this scheme varies from one month to six months during which a stipend of Rs. 1,000/- per month is paid to trainees attending programmes outside their city/town. List of courses approved under this scheme is available with Department of Sainik Welfare/Rajya Sainik Boards of States/UTs. 7. Retired/Released sailors are eligible to undergo resettlement courses up to five years from the date of retirement/release or up to the age of 60 years, whichever is earlier.

3 8. Procedure to Apply. An Ex-serviceman is to apply for the resettlement course to DGR. The filled in application form is to be forwarded through respective ZSB. For details of the courses please contact the DGR, West Block, Wing V, RK Puram, New Delhi ­ 110 010 for further information. In this regard you can also visit website http://www.dgrindia.com for downloading application form.

Employment Opportunities 9. The Central/State Govts provide following concession to promote employment of ex-servicemen in the civil jobs. Reservations in Govt Departments, PSUs/Nationalised Banks and Para Military Forces as follows: Group 'C" (a) (b) Central Ministries/Depts. PSUs/Nationalised Banks 10 percent 14.5 percent Group 'D' 20 percent 24.5 percent

10. Central Para Military Forces. There is 10 percent reservation for the post of Assistant Commandant in the Para Military Forces.

11. Age relaxation. The Govt of India has provided relaxation in the age limits in favour of ex-servicemen for employment in civil posts. The age relaxation has also been extended for appointment to all posts in the Public Sector Undertakings and Banks. A number of State Governments and Union Territories have also extended the age relaxation as follows:(a) For appointment to reserved as well as unreserved vacancies in Group `C' and `D' posts, the upper age limits shall be relaxed for ex-servicemen by the length of naval service increased by three years. (b) For appointments to Groups `A' and `B' posts/services filled by direct recruitment and not on the basis of an open All India Competitive Examination conducted by the Union Public Services Commission, the upper age limit shall be relaxed for an ex-serviceman candidate by the length of naval service increased by three years. (c) For appointment to any vacancy in group `A' and `B' post/services filled by direct recruitment on the results of an All India Competitive Examination conducted by the Union Services Public Commission, ex-servicemen who have rendered at least five years of naval service and have been released on completion of assignment (including those whose assignment is due to be completed within six months) other than by dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency or on account of physical disability attributable to naval service or on invalidment, shall be allowed to maximum relaxation of five years in the upper age limit.

4 12. Educational Relaxations. Relaxation in educational qualifications has been granted by the Govt of India to ex-servicemen for appointments to various posts. These are as under:(a) For Group `D ` reserved post, wherever a minimum qualification is laid down, this is fully exempted in case of ex-servicemen who have put in a minimum of three years of service. (b) In such Group 'C' reserved posts where the education qualification is a middle school pass or lower, this is relaxable at the discretion of the appointing authority for ex-servicemen with a minimum of three years of service. (c) For reserved group `C' posts, partly filled by recruitment and partly by promotion or transfer, an ex-serviceman shall be deemed to satisfy the prescribed educational and technical qualifications provided he :(i) Satisfies the educational/technical qualifications prescribed for direct recruitment to the post from which promotion or transfer to the posts in question is allowed. (ii) Has identical experience of work in a similar discipline and for the same number of years in the Armed Forces as prescribed for promotees or transferees. (d) In case of reserved posts in Nationalised banks, relaxation is as under:Prescribed Qualifications Graduate II Division Intermediate/Matric I Division Higher Secondary II Division Relaxation Graduate Pass Intermediate/Matric II Division Higher Secondary III Division

13. Equation of Naval Trades with Civil Trades. Various naval trades have been equated with their civil equivalents. These have been published by GOI, Ministry of Labour, (DGE &T) New Delhi letter No. DGETC 30018(22)/85-EE-1, dated Nov 1985 which is available with Rajya Sainik Boards/Zila Sainik Boards.

14. Besides, under the existing instructions, for the purpose of appointment in Group 'C' and Group 'D' posts under the Central Govt as well as PSUs filled by the employment exchanges, disabled ex-servicemen whose disability is attributable to military service are accorded priority. Further, up to two dependents of Armed Forces personnel killed in action or severely disabled (with 50 percent and above disability and who have become unfit for employment but disability is attributed to military service) are

5 given priority II. Widows/sons/daughter of Armed Forces personnel died while in service (death not attributable to military service) are also eligible for compassionate appointment for Group 'C' or 'D' post.

15. Please note that the reservation for ex-servicemen is at present horizontal and not vertical reservation as is being provided to SC/ST/OBCs. In the case of horizontal reservation, candidates desiring to avail vacancies against a reserved post should obtain a certificate of the class to which they belong ie SC/ST/OBC from Tehsildar/SubDivision Magistrate of their area. There is no fixed point allotted to ESM in the 100 point roster as are being earmarked for SC/ST/OBC.

16. Corporate/Private Sector. Persistent efforts are being made through interaction and liaison with the Corporate Sector/Private Sector to create more employment avenues for the ex-servicemen. It is advisable that ex-servicemen acquire the specific knowledge based requisite skills through training so that their chances of employment in the business and industry are enhanced. All ex-servicemen registered with Director Employment at DGR are being sponsored against request received from the civil sector.

Employment Assistance from DGR 17. Registration. The process of registration should be started 12 months before the actual date of release of the sailor. The Commanding Officer of the unit is to prepare the Employment Index Card in triplicate and forward to CABS who after scrutiny of particulars will forward to the ZSB/ZSWO concerned. He will be registered by the ZSB/ZSWO and registration number will be allotted. The sailor can also contact his ZSB/ZSWO directly for registration. Every ex-serviceman who registers with the ZSB/ZSWO has to renew his registration once in three years.

18. Sponsoring of Ex-Servicemen for Jobs. Names of Ex-Servicemen registered with ZSB/ZSWO are sponsored against requests received from the Government Sector/PSUs/Private sector.

19. Security Related Jobs. Ex-servicemen security agencies established under the companies Act by retired officers, offer employment opportunities to ex-servicemen. Please contact the security agency/DGR(Employment), West Block, Wing V, RK Puram, New Delhi ­ 110 010 for further information. In this regard you can also visit website http://www.dgrindia.com.

6 Zonal Resettlement Directorates 20. The DGR has five Zonal Resettlement Directorates co-located with each of the five HQ Army Commands. These Directorates are the representatives of the DGR and are responsible to look after the resettlement and welfare of Ex-Servicemen in the respective Zones. Addresses of Zonal Resettlement Directorates are as follows:Sl Office/ No District (a) Zone (Central) Name, Designation & Address Brig KK Dhingra Director Resettlement Zone (Central) C/o HQ Central Command Lucknow Cantt ­ 226 002 States under Jurisdiction Bihar, MP, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh & Uttaranchal Jharkhand Chandigarh, Delhi, HP, Haryana and Punjab Telephone No. 0522-2292845-47 (O) 0522-2292848 (R) 0522-2482833 (F) 09935624329 (M) kanwalkdhingra @gmail.com 0172-2589612 (O) ASCON-2834 (O) - 2864 (R) 0172-2589612 (F) 09876871732 (M)

(b) Zone Brig GS Sandhu (Western) Director Resettlement Zone (Western) C/o HQ Western Command Chandimandir Chandigarh ­ 134107

(c) Zone (South) Brig JP Anklesaria, VSM Director Resettlement Zone (South) C/o HQ Southern Command Pune ­ 411 001

AP, A&N, Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Pondicherry, Rajasthan, TN & Lakshadweep

020-26102837 (O) 020-26102841 (O) 020-26334319 (O) 020-26102838 (R) 020-26341217 (T/F) E Mail ID drsz_pune [email protected]

(d) Zone (East)

Col Basudev Mitra Director Resettlement Zone (East) 246 AJC Bose Road HQ Bengal Area Complex Alipore Kolkata ­ 700 027 Col Amit Kumar Director Resettlement Zone (North) HQ Northern Command C/o 56 A.P.O.

Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim Tripura & West Bengal Jammu & Kashmir

033-22222826 (O) 033-22234472 (O) 09433043478 (M) 033-22222569 (R) 033-22232468 (R) [email protected]

(e) Zone (North)

2843 (O)* 2844 (R) * *Army Telephone 09419215947 (M)

7 Self Employment through DGR 21. Directorate of Self Employment under DGR offers self employment facilities as given in succeeding paragraphs. 22. Oil Product Agency. (a) Eight percent Defence Quota. Under this scheme, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (P&NG) have reserved 8% of the retail outlets of Petroleum & LPG for War Widows/dependents/disabled soldiers as per the following priority:Priority- I. Widows/Dependants of posthumous gallantry award winners. Priority- II. Widows/Dependants of servicemen killed in war. Priority- III. Disabled in War Priority- IV. Widows/dependants of those died in harness with causes attributable to service. Priority-V. Disabled in peace with disability attributable to military services.

(b) The eligible candidates are to apply DGR for issue of Eligibility Certificate. Based on the advertisement in leading newspapers by the various oil companies, they can apply to Ministry of P&NG for specific retail outlets. Ministry of P&NG scrutinize each application. A dealer selection board appointed by Ministry of P&NG then interviews the applicants, under defence quota. A letter of Intent (LOI) is then issued to those selected.

23. Tipper Truck Scheme. The Tipper Truck Scheme is operated by Director General Resettlement for the welfare of disabled ex-servicemen/Widows and their dependents. The scheme envisages the collection of money from the allottees and handing over the same to an Ex-servicemen Coal Transport Company for hiring/leasing trucks. Salient features of the scheme are as follows:(a) Disabled ex-servicemen released from service with disability pension are to deposit Rs 85,000/- with ex-servicemen coal Transport Company nominated by DGR for purchase of a tipper truck in their name. (b) The Coal Company will pay a sum of Rs 3000/- per month for five years against the sum of Rs 85,000/- loaned to it. (c) The capital of Rs 85,000/- will be re-imbursed after five years or renewed for another five years. Only one renewal is permitted. (d) The Interest cheques are received by Director General Resettlement and handed over to the beneficiary.

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(e) Eligibility. The eligibility and `priority' criteria for applying for the scheme is as follows:(i) Disabled ex-servicemen released from service with disability pension/ Widows/ children of personnel died in harness and in receipt of Ordinary Family Pension. (ii) Widows/children in receipt of Special Family Pension/ Liberalised pension to a maximum limit of Rs 12,000/- total monthly emoluments. This maximum limit may be reviewed on implementation of subsequent Pay Commission. (iii) Defence pensioners and their widows living in conditions of penury. Total monthly income is to be below Rs 4000/-. (iv) Widows of defence personnel, who bring up mentally handicapped children. (f) How to Apply. Application form for the Tipper Truck scheme is placed below. Eligible ex-serviceman is to fill up the form placed at Appendix C and enclose following documents and forward them to Director General Resettlement (Employment) at RK Puram, West Block-IV, Wing V, New Delhi 110066:(i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Copy of PPO. Copy of Identity Card issued by RSB/ZSB. Copy of the disability certificate. Documentary evidence regarding dependency of family members.

(g) DESA coordinates all activities regarding submission of application to Director General Resettlement and seeking the allotment of scheme. Thus, you may submit your application along with associated documents to DESA. You will be required to submit draft only on receipt of allotment intimation.

24.

Self- Employment Ventures (SEMFEX). (a) SEMFEX­II Scheme. The scheme is operative with support from NABARD. Details are as follows:(i) Operative in rural areas. corporations,

(ii) ESM individuals, co-operatives, companies, partnerships, NGOs, SHGs are eligible for subsidy.

9 (iii) Wide spectrum of Agricultural, Industrial and Service sector ventures are covered for financial assistance in rural areas. However, agro/food processing units can be set up in urban areas also. (iv) (v) (vi) No upper ceiling for loan in farm sector. Non-farm sector ceiling for loan is up to SSI limit. Soft loan assistance is available under farm and non-farm activities.

(vii) Capital investment subsidy is available up to Rs 50 lakhs for cold storages and storages of horticultural produce. (viii) (ix) Financial Assistance for rural housing including repairs/renovation. Financial assistance for trading and business activities.

(x) Financial Assistance for modernization, expansion and introduction of new technologies/products and services such as education, health, construction, tourism etc. benefiting rural areas by way of income and employment generation. (xi) Loan through banks

(b)

SEMFEX ­ III Scheme. The scheme is operative with the support from Khadi and village Industries Commission (KVIC) under Rural Employment Generation Programme (REGP). Details are as follows:(i) Operative in rural areas.

(ii) All viable village, cottage, tiny and small industries are eligible for finance. (iii) Negative List. Activities concerning animal husbandry, meat, intoxicant, plantation crops, polythene manufacture and rural transport are not covered for finance. (iv) Maximum cost of project ­ Rs 25 lakhs.

(v) 30% subsidy up to Rs 10 lakhs and above this, 10% subsidy is provided. (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) Maximum subsidy ­ Rs 4.5 lakhs. Only one person in a family is eligible for benefit. Borrowers will register with KVIC Regional branch for the loans. Loan through banks.

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(c) Prime Minister's Rozgar Yojana (PMRY) Scheme for Ex-Servicemen. PMRY Scheme is a centrally sponsored subsidy linked scheme for setting up micro enterprises in business, industry and service sectors. Details are as follows:(i) Maximum age limit to avail loan - 45 years. - Rs.1 lakh.

(ii) Loan for business (trading activities including agricultural and allied activities) (iii) Loan for industry/service sectors

- Rs.2 lakhs. - Rs.10 lakhs. Eligibility criteria is as

(iv) Loan for partnership project . (d) Mother Dairy, Milk Shops & SAFAL Shops. follows:(i) (ii) Rank Age - Nk to JCO.

- Not more than 50 years for Mother Dairy and 55 years for SAFAL shop. - Not below BEE. - Rs 1 lakh for Milk Shop and Rs 75,000/- for SAFAL Shop

(iii) (iv)

Medical category Security Deposit

11 Appendix A REGISTRATION FORM EX-SERVICEMEN 1. 4. 5. 6. Number ________________ 2. Rank _______________ 3. Regt/Corps ____ Name ____________________________________ Father's Name ___________________________ Educational Qualification: Civil ___________________ Service __________________ ___________________ __________________ Decoration _________________ 8. Character ______________________ Address _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ Religion________________________ Caste_____________________________ Details of family (wife only dependent children up to 25 years and dependent parents) Name i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) 13. 15. 17. Date of Birth ___________________ 14. Date of Enrollment_______________ Date of Discharge _______________ 16. Reason for discharge______________ Amount of Pension (a) Service Pension Rs. ________________________________ (b) Disability Pension Rs. ________________________ (c) Percentage of Disability ______________________ Lump sum payment received: (a) Gratuity Rs.____________ (b) Group Insurance Rs. _________________ (c) Leave encashment Rs. _____________________ (d) Financial Assistance Rs. _____________________ Commuted Pension Rs. ___________________ Discharge Book No. and date__________ 21. PPO NO. and date ___________ Present occupation & monthly income Service Rs. __________________ Business/Industry Rs. _________________ Agriculture Rs. _________________ Un-employed________________________ 23. 24. 25. Other relevant information, if any ________________________ Identification Marks ________________________________ Left Thumb Impression ________________________________ Age Relationship Educational Qualifications

7. 9. 10. 11. 12.

18.

19. 20. 22.

12 DECLARATION I hereby declare that the particulars given above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Date : Place : (Signature of the Applicant)

FOR OFFICIAL USE Status as Ex-Servicemen Yes/No No. & date of Identity Card Issued _______________

Date : Place :

(Signature of Zila Sainik Kalyan Officer/ Secretary, ZSB with office stamp & date)

13 Appendix B

APPLICATION FOR ISSUE OF IDENTITY CARD FOR EX-SERVICEMEN

1. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Number _________________________ 2. Rank _____________________ Name _______________________________________________________ Regt/Corps __________________________________________________ Father's Name _______________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ Teh. or Police Station _____________________ Tele ________________

7. 8. 9. 10.

Date of Birth ______________________________ Date of Enrollment __________________________ Date of discharge ____________________________ Amount of pension (a) Service Pension Rs. __________________________ (b) Disability Pension Rs. ________________________ (c) Percentage of disability _______________________

11. 12.

Discharge Book No. & date ________________ PPO No. & Date___________ Identification Mark ________________________________

DECLARATION

I hereby declare that the particulars given above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Date :

Place :

(Signature)

14 Appendix C (Refers to para 20) From _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ To Director (Self Employment) Directorate General Resettlement West Block-IV, RK Puram New Delhi ­ 110 066 APPLICATION FOR ATTACHMENT OF TIPPER TRUCK FOR COAL TRANSPORTATION Sir, 1. I wish to partake in the Coal Tipper Transport Scheme sponsored by DGR. May particulars are as follows: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Name of the applicant Name of the service personnel ........................................................... ........................................................... .................................................. .................................................

Applicants relationship with service personnel In case of death, date and cause of death

In case of disability of service personnel, date of Medical Board out and percentage of disability ........................................ Any other reason making one eligible to partake in the scheme

(f)

...................................................

(g)

Nature and amount of pension presently drawing including DA (Disabled service personnel to include Disability pension drawn by them) ................................................... Whether applicant employed or not ....................................................

(h) (j)

Other benefits through any schemes of DGR, availed before or being availed by the applicant ...........................................

15 2 (k) Details of dependants of deceased or Disabled service personnel (Documentary evidence such as service particulars/Ration Card etc. be attached as proof of dependency) SNo. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Yours faithfully, Date:........................... Documents Enclosed (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Copy of discharge book/service particulars Copy of PPO Copy of Widow Identity Card/ESM Identity Card issued by RSB/ZSB Proof of death indicating whether death attributable to military service or not Affidavit about unemployment (widow may also state that she has not remarried after the death of her husband) Documentary evidence regarding dependency of family members. Name Present Age Present Occupation & Income, if any

(f)

16 CHECK LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE ATTACHED FOR TIPPER TRUCK ATTACHMENT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Application on the prescribed format. Copy of PPO. Discharge book/service particulars. ESM Identity Card/Widow Identity card issued by RSB/ZSB. Affidavit from widow/dependant/disabled ESM that she/he is not employed anywhere. The widow must also state that she has not remarried after the death of her husband. Documentary evidence, if any, regarding any other source of income. Whether presently availing/already availed any benefit under any of the schemes of DGR. Documentary evidence regarding dependency of family members.

FORMAT OF AFFIDAVIT

I __________________________S/o, D/o, w/o _____________________ do hereby Solemnly affirm and declare that: (a) (b) I am not presently employed/self-employed. All the information furnished in the application is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Yours faithfully,

CHAPTER 8 SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION

Important E- Mails and Websites

(a) www.irfc-nausena.nic.in This website is maintained by the information resource and facilities centre at IHQ, MOD(Navy). Information regarding VSF is hosted in retired section. You may also visit web pages of VSF/DESA, DPA, VI CPC, INPA, CABS and other links important to serving and retired personnel. (b) www.indiannavy.nic.in This is the official website of Indian Navy. It provides vision document of Indian Navy. It provides links to home pages of Naval Dockyard, INBA, NGIS, DNA, Dte of fleet maintenance, DME etc. (c) www.dgrindia.com This website is maintained by the Director General Resettlement and contains valuable information regarding resettlement opportunity, employment assistance provided to ESM, various Forms and News updates from the Kendriya Sainik Board (KSB). Very important website for ex-sailors, widows and their NOKs (d) https://naypay.gov.in This is website of the Naval Pay Office. After logging in you can communicate with Naval Pay Office and find all forms/information related to pay, perks and other entitlements. (e) www.mod.nic.in This is official website of Ministry of Defence. Provides all MoD/GoI orders/circulars and publications which are useful to ESM for eg `Sainik Samachar'. (f) www.persmin.nic.in The Website of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions. (g) www.pcdapension.nic.in The Website of the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions), Draupadi Ghat, Allahabad. Personnel can directly send e-mail to CDA regarding their grievances. (h) www.pdcanavy.nic.in This site provides information regarding latest orders/circulars of pensioners. They can be contacted for pending claims regarding revision of pension and TA/DA claims etc. E-mail id of CDA (Navy) is mentioned below.

2 (j) www.inpa.co.in Indian Naval Placement Agency site provides job assistance to all ex-naval personnel including widows (no membership fee). This site provides job information to all ESM including those who are not the members of INPA. (k) www.npsnavy.com This is official site of naval public school. You can visit this site for career option, counseling, admission, board of governors etc. (l) www.csdindia.com All important information in respect to Canteen Stores Department like revised monetary limits, authority letter regarding purchase of car by PBOR, CSD bulletin, AFD item list depot wise are available on this site. (m) www.nausena-bharti.nic.in This site provides detailed information about various types of entries in Navy as officer/sailor, recruitment criteria, eligibility and contact information of DMPR. (n) www.armedforces.nic.in This site provides information regarding tri-services organisations. (p) www.indianarmy.nic.in/echs The webpage of Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme is hosted on official website of Indian Army. This site provides information about ECHS policy letters, list of polyclinics, FAQs, guidelines for ECHS members. (q) www.afnhb.org Official website of Air Force Naval Housing Board. Gives latest details of AFNHB schemes, demand survey and updated reports on housing projects. (r) www.pensionersportal.gov.in pension. (s) www.ieslindia.org servicemen body. E-Mail Id (I) (II) (III) (IV) (V) (VI) (VII) (VIII) DNPF DPA DESA CABS Pension Desk VSF Delhi ECHS CSD NPS [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] This site provides important information about

Indian ex-services league Govt

approved

largest

ex-

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(XXV) (XXVI) (XXVII) (XXVIII)

(XXIX)

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NWWA

CHAPTER 8

SECTION II

VETERAN SAILORS' FORUM

1. Aims and Objectives. With a view to espouse the cause of retired sailors, widows & NOKs and also to promote awareness about Indian Navy in the country, a Veteran Sailors' Forum (VSF) has been set up. 2. Membership. All ex-sailors can become lifetime members of VSF by filling up membership form and paying one time subscription as follows: (a) Hon LTs/Hon SLTs/MCPOs/CPOs (b) Petty Officers & below - Rs 300/- Rs 200/-

(c) Widows are offered honorary membership free of cost. They will, however, have to fill up the VSF membership form. 3. The subscription can be forwarded in cash/ bank draft/local Cheque in favour of ``VSF Fund" payable at New Delhi/Visakhapatnam/Mumbai/Kochi, as the case may be.

4. Membership Form. The membership forms for VSF can be collected from VSF office. A copy of membership form is also enclosed. The detail information and Membership Form can also be downloaded from Website www.irfc-nausena.nic.in (VSF page).

5. Jurisdiction of VSF Charters as per Geographic Location. Charters Delhi (20+3) States/UTs Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, J & K, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttaranchal, Uttar Pradesh, NCR(Delhi), Andaman & Nic, Chandigarh. All Ex-sailors based abroad. Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Dadra & N Haveli, Daman & Diu. Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Pondicherry.

Mumbai (40+2) Vizag (03+01)

2 Kochi (01+01) Kerala, Lakshadweep.

6.

VSF Command Charters. The contact details of VSF Charters are as follows:(a) Visakhapatnam Charter. The flag Officer Commanding-in-chief (SSO Welfare/VSF Secretary) Eastern Naval Command Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh ­ 530014 Phone: E-mail: 0891-2812284, 2515834 [email protected] Fax: 0891-2515834

(b)

Kochi Charter. The Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief (SSO (Welfare/ VSF Secretary) HQ, Southern Naval Command Kochi, Kerala - 682 004 Phone: E-mail: 0484-2872150 [email protected] Fax: 0484-2872201

(c) Mumbai Charter. The Officer-in-charge, Sagar VSF Secretary 30, Wood House Road Colaba, Mumbai - 400021 Phone: 022- 22025629 E-mail [email protected] (d) Delhi Charter. Joint Director (VSF) Directorate of Ex - Servicemen's Affairs Room No. 401, Fourth Floor Chanakya Bhawan, Chanakya Puri New Delhi ­ 110021 Phone: E mail. 011- 24102305 [email protected] Fax: 011- 26880943 Fax: 022-2202 4791

3 VETERAN SAILORS' FORUM (VSF) MEMBERSHIP FORM I hereby request that I may please be made member* of the Veteran Sailors' Forum (VSF). As a member I will abide by the Rules & regulations of the VSF. My particulars are as follows: (a) Name (BLOCK letters)............................................................Widow of (if applicable)............................ (b) ExRank............................................. Branch ........................ DOB .............................. (c) Service no............................................Last Unit............................................................................... (d) Date of Retirement............................ PPO No*........................................dated.................. (e) Total Service........................................Marital Status.......................................................... (f) Zila Sainik Board Regn no....................................................Registered at............................ (g) Reason for discharge from Navy*.............................................................(Enclose copy of `Service particulars' from your Discharge Book) (h) Address for Correspondence: H.No..................................................................Street /P.O. ...................................................... Village/Colony........................................................District......................................................... .............. State.......................................................................PIN Code..................................................... (i) Permanent Address: H.No....................................................................Street/P.O....................................................... ............. Village/Colony...................................................................District.............................................. State.......................................................................PIN Code..................................................... Phone no (Land line)................................................Mobile No................................................. (k) E Mail ID....................................................................... (l) NOK's Name.............................................................Relationship....................................................... (m) Particulars of Children Name Date of Birth Relationship Occupation 1........................................................................................................................................................

4 2........................................................................................................................................................ 3........................................................................................................................................................ * If Children are studying, please specify Class/Course (n) Details of Present Job (j) Present Employer ................................................. Designation............................................................................ (k) (ii) Job Location..................................................... Web site of Employer ....................................... Paste here Paste here Paste here Paste here Spouse Photo Photo of Child 1 Photo of Child 2 Photo of Child 3 (if applicable)

Name

Name

Name

Name

2. I hereby enclose cash/DD/At par cheque/local cheque no............................................ dated....................... of................................ Bank................................. Branch for an amount of Rs ........................(Rupees ....................................................................).

DD/Cheque should be in favour of ­ `VSF Fund' Payable at New Delhi/Visakhapatnam /Mumbai/ Kochi.

3. I certify that I have not been jailed/imprisoned or debarred or expelled from Indian Navy or any organisation. 4. I certify that I have read rules & regulations of VSF and I agree to abide by the same. 5. The above information is true to best of my knowledge. I understand that making of false statement/hiding of information will lead to cancellation of my membership from VSF and will be liable for legal action against me. Date: ................................... Place:.................................... Signature........................................... Name..................................................

*Note: 1. Widow is given an honorary membership of VSF. There is no membership fee for Widow. 2. Please enclose self attested copies of PPO and of `Service Particulars' from your discharge Book. 3. Life Time Membership fee as follows: (a) Hon LTs/Hon SLTs/MCPOs/CPOs - Rs 300/(b) Petty Officers & below - Rs 200/(c) Widows - NIL Suggestion by Member (if any): ....................................................................................... ..................................................................................................................... ......................

5 FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Signature of the Approving Authority JDESA (VSF) Membership No.......................... Honorary Membership/ Life Time Membership (Tick as appropriate) Receipt No...............................................................Dated............................... Address for Correspondence: JDESA(VSF) Room No. 401 Veteran Sailors' Forum 4th Floor, Chanakaya Bhawan Chanakaya Puri, New Delhi 110021

NOTE:- All information about VSF including membership form is available on website www.irfc-nausena.nic.in (VSF page in retired section )

CHAPTER 8

SECTION III

SAINIK ARAMGHAR AT RAILWAY STATIONS

1. There are 17 Sainik Aramghars open to all ranks of three services, GRPF personnel, Exservicemen and TA personnel. The details of stations where presently Aramghar exist are as appended below:S No Station Officers Single (Rs.15/per day) Family (Rs.20 per day) JCOs Single (Rs.10/per day) Family (Rs.12/per day) OR Single (Rs.2/ per day) Family (Rs.5/per day) HQ 21 MC Gp23963265(O), 23977308(O) HQ 21 MC Gp23611418(O) Embarkation HQ Kolkata6607398(Civil) HQ Mumbai Sub Area-2620674 (Civil) HQ Southern Command 388294 (Civil) HQ 20 Mountain Division-52066 (Civil) Whom to Contact (Fmn) and Tele No

(a)

Delhi Junction

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30

20 80 10

(b)

New Delhi

20

(c)

Howrah

06 + 01 03 VIP

09

03

150

05

(d)

Colaba, Mumbai Jaipur

Can accommodate 100 transients in 70 furnished rooms

(e)

06 -

04

-

20

-

(f)

Dhupguri

02

02

08

08

12

12

2

HQ 41 Sub Area 42378 (Civil) 122 MC/MF Det. 02 10 40 04 HQ 55 MC Area-4-200036985 HQ 51 Sub (k) Bhatinda 02 02 15 Area-42002 (Civil) HQ 168 MC/MF Det-6274 (Army)

(g)

Mariani New Alipurdaur Ambala

02

-

04

-

20

-

(h) (j)

(l)

Jalandhar Cantt

-

-

05

-

15

-

(m)

Allahabad

-

-

06

02

16

04

56 MC Area296306 (Civil)

(n) (p)

Bareilly Kathgodam

02

-

04

-

10 28

02

C/O 883 AT Bn406900(Civil)

127 MC/MF Det223 (Army) HQ Central Command296306(Civil) HQ Central Command296306(Civil) HQ 71 Sub Area-6801 (Army)

(q)

Ranikhet Kalika Mandir Gangolihat

-

-

10

02

30

08

(r)

02

-

01

-

02

-

(s)

Jammu

04

04

04

02

25

15

CHAPTER 8

SECTION IV

WAR MEMORIAL HOSTELS (WMH)

1. The War Memorial Hostels were constructed with a view to provide shelter to the children of War widows, war-disabled, attributable cases. Location of War Memorial Hostels in States/UTs is as given below. Recurring grants are provided to the WMH for wards of Defence personnel @ Rs.900/- pm and Rs.450/- p.m. for attributable and non-attributable cases respectively. Admission to WMH is open to the wards of all defence personnel in the following priority:(a) (b) (c) (d) Wards of War Widows Wards of War Disabled Wards of attributable cases Wards of non-attributable cases (death in service) Location 1 EME Centre, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Bihar Regimental Centre Danapur Cantt, Bihar. ASC Centre (North), Paharpur Gaya, Bihar. 14 Gorkha Training Centre, Subathu, H.P. 58, Gorkha Training Centre Ladakh Scouts Regimental Centre, J&K. J&K LI Inf Regimental Centre, Srinagar, J&K. Punjab Regimental Centre, Ramgarh Cantt, Jharkhand. Sikh Regimental Centre, Ramgarh Cantt, Jharkhand. Maratha LI Inf Regimental Centre, Belgaum. Madras Engineer Group, Bangalore, Karnataka. Parachute Regimental Centre, Bangalore, Karnataka. 3 EME Centre, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. J&K Rifles Regimental Centre, Jabalpur, M.P. Mahar Regimental Centre, Saugor, M.P. Granadiars Regimental Centre, Jabalpur, M.P. @ Rs.450/@ Rs. 900/-

SNo 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Telephone/Mil No. 2715166 06115-227277/6553 0409 0205-275045 6432 2325 NA 6206 222050/6252 2421045 6706 NA 2703420 6460 2102 6402

2

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32 33. 34. 35. 36 1 Sig Training Centre, Jabalpur, M.P. Armoured Corps Centre & School, Ahmed Nagar. Artillery Centre, Nasik Road Camp, Maharashtra. Bombay Engineer Group, Kirkee, Maharashtra. Bde of Guards Regimental Centre, Kamptee. Assam Regimental Centre, Shillong. Madras Regimental Centre, Wellington (Nilgiri). Mechnasied infantary Regt Centre, Ahmednagar Dogra Regimental Centre, Faizabad, UP. 39 Gorkha Training Centre, Varanasi Cantt, UP. Jat Regimental Centre, Bareilly, UP. 11 Gorkha Rifles Regimental Centre, Lucknow, UP. Sikh Light Inf Centre, Fatehgarh, UP. Gorkha Recruiting Depot, Kunraghat, UP Rajput Regimental Centre, Fatehgarh, UP Bengal Engineer Group Centre, Roorkee, Uttrakhand Garhwal Rifles Regt Centre, Lansdowne, Uttrakhand. Kumaon Regimental Centre, Ranikhet, Uttrakhand Raj Rif Regimental Centre, Delhi Cantt, New Delhi ASC Centre (South), Bangalore 2305/2300 6325 0253-2415404/6207 3004 3804 0364-2585695/6402 0423-2282605 6104 6606 0240-345901 2406302 6311 6402 0551-2273035. 3403-234553 0288 01386-262275 2201 011-25687330 6663

CHAPTER 8 SECTION V SAINIK REST HOUSES (SRH)

1. The basic aim of constructing a Sainik Rest House is to provide suitable & cheap accommodation to the Ex-Servicemen during their short visit to the State Capital/Distt HQs for settlement of their pension cases and other matter like availing the facilities of CSD Canteens, hospital etc. KSB shares with the State Govts 50% of the cost of construction of Sainik Rest Houses. The SRH is thereafter required to be maintained by generating funds from all sources and help from the State Govts. At present there are 296 Sainik Rest Houses in the country. Location of these is given below:ANDHRA PRADESH S. No Location Address

Nearest Rly Stn Anantpur 1 Km

Nearest Airport

1

Anantapur

2

Cuddapah

3

Guntur

4

Kakinada

5

Karimnagar

Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Near Clock Tower Anantapur ­ 515001 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Opp RTC Bus Stand Cuddapah ­ 516002 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Opp Hindu College Guntur ­ 522001 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Treasury Compound Kakinada ­ 533001 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan H.No. 2-7-360 Opp Revenue Club Near Collectorate Complex, Mukarampura,Kari mnagar.

Puttaparthi 70Km

Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCO ORs 01 01 01

Contact Telephone

08554-241146

Kadapa 2 Km

Tirupathi 120Km

01

01 02

08562-244558

Guntur 1 Km

Ghanavaram,

01

01

01

0863-2225853

Vijayawada 45Km

Rajahmundry

Kakinada 3 Km

01

01

01

0884-2375308

70Km

Karimnagar 5 Km

Ramagundam

01

01

01

0878-2240622

65Km

2

6 Kurnool Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan, B Camp Near Water Tank, Kurnool ­ 518002 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Kondayapalem Gate Cente Dargamitta Nellore ­ 524001 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Maharanipeta Vizag ­530002 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Cantorment Post Vizianagaram ­ 535002 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan Kanaka Durga Colony Waddepally Warangal ­ 506370

Kurnool 2 Km

Hyderabad 210Km

01

01

01

08518-229445

7

Nellore

Nellore 4 Km

Thirupathi 120Km

01 01 01

0861-2328419

8

Vizag

Vizag 5 Kms

Chennai 150Km Vizag 15Km

01

02 01

0891-2706511

9

Vizianagaram

Vzianagaram 2 Km

Vishakhapat nam 60Km

01

01

01

08922-274743

10

Warangal

Warangal 10 Km Kazipet 5 Km

Hyderabad 150Km

01

01

0870-2456018

ARUNACHAL PRADESH NIL ............................................................................................................................... ASSAM Nearest Rly Stn

Sl. Location No.

Address

Nearest Airport

1

Guwahati

2

Silchar

Directorate of Sainik Welfare, Sainik Bhawan, House No. 74,Lachit Nagar, Guwahati-781007 Zila Sainik Welfare Office, Cachar, POSilchar, DistCachar(Assam)

Guwahati 5 Km

Guwahati 25 Km

Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO ORs 4 3 1

Contact Telephone

03612544229

Silchar 2 Km

Kumbhigram 25 Km

--

3

3

--

3

3 Diphu Zila Sainik Welfare Office, KarbiAnglong, PO-Diphu, Dist-KarbiAnglong(Assam) Zila Sainik Welfar Office,Dhubri(Assam) Diphu ½ Km Dimapur 65 Km -2 2 --

4

Dhubri

Bongaigaon 60 Km

--

--

1

1

03662230330

Note : SRH Cachar non functional due to dilapidated construction of the building and illegal occupation by an association. BIHAR Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO ORs 1 1 Dormi tory 1 1 Dormi tory 1 1 Dormi tory 1 1 Dormi tory 1 1 Dormi tory 1 1 Dormi tory 1 1 Dormi tory 1 1 Dormi tory Contact Telephone

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Bhagalpur Bhojpur Chapra Dhanbad Gaya Katihar Motihari Patna (Danapur) Cantt

Sainik Rest House Bhagalpur Sainik Rest House Bhojpur Sainik Rest House,Chapra Sainik Rest House Dhanbad Sainik Rest House Gaya Sainik Rest House Katihar Sainik Rest House Motihari Sainik Rest House, Danapur Cantt, Patna

Bhagalpur 3 Km Ara 4Km Chapra 1 Km Munger 3 Km Gaya 5 Km Katihar 5 Km Mohitari 6 Km Danapur 5 Km

Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Patna 8 Km

06412400821(O) 06182222866 06152236714(O) 06344227345 06312421708 06412400821 06252226278 06122201026(O)

CHHATTISGARH Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO ORs Contact Telephone

4

1 Raipur Sainik Rest House Collectorate Parisar Behind Home Guard Office, Raipur (CG) - 492001 Sainik Rest House Collectorate Parisar Bilaspur, (Chhatisgarh) Sainik Rest House, Opposite PWD Circuit House, Near Raipur Naka, Durg Sainik Rest House Cheer Bagicha Jashpur Nagar (CG)

2

Bilaspur

3

Durg

Likely to be inaugurated in Apr 2007 Construction likely to be started in Apr 2007

4

Jashpur Nagar

Note- No other information are available with regard to Sainik Rest Houses of Chhatisgarh GOA NIL ............................................................................................................................................................... GUJARAT Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCs ORs 2 1 1 Contact Telephone

1.

Rajkot

Sainik Rest House Near Ruda Office, Opp: Police HQ, Rajkot-360001

Rajkot 2 Km

Rajkot 8 Km

02812476825

HARYANA S. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCO ORs s 4 4 1 Contact Telephone

1.

Ambala Cantt

Sainik Rest House Mall Road, Ambala Cantt

Ambala Cantt ½ Km

Chandigarh

01712634951 0171-253055

5

2. Ambala City Sainik Rest House Near Badsahi Bagh Gurdwara, Ambala City Sainik Rest House Near BDO Office Ateli (M Garh) Sainik Rest House Delhi-Rohtak Road Bahadurgarh (Jhajjar) Sainik Rest House Railway Road Near DAV College Bhiwani Sainik Rest House Near Civil Court Complex Charkhi Dadri Sainik Rest House Near Old Sabji Mandi Sector 16 Faridabad Sainik Rest House Near ITI, Gohana (Sonepat) Sainik Rest House Old Delhi-Alwar Road Gurgaon Sainik Rest House Near PWD Rest House Hisar Sainik Rest House Gudiani Road Jhajjar Sainik Rest House Near Bus Stand Jind Sainik Rest House H. No. 761, Amargarh Basti, Opp Gali No. 3 Kaithal Sainik Rest House Near BDO Office Kanina (M Garh) Ambala City 1 Km Chandigarh Used by ZSB Office 01712530557

3.

Ateli

Ateli 0.1 Km Bahadurgarh 1 Km Bhiwani 0.2 Km

New Delhi

1

1

1

0182-250259

4.

Bahadurgarh

New Delhi

2

2

1

01251254236 01664243538

5.

Bhiwani

New Delhi

3

2

1

6.

Charkhi Dadri

CHARKHRI DADRI 1.5 Km Faridabad 1.5 Km

New Delhi

1

1

1

0166243538

7.

Faridabad

New Delhi

2

2

1

01292287304

8.

Gohana

Gohana 3 Km Gurgaon 5 Km Hisar 2 Km

New Delhi

2

1

1

01302242659 01242320730 01662272901

9.

Gurgaon

New Delhi

3

3

1

10.

Hisar

New Delhi

4

3

1

11.

Jhajjar

Jhajjar 30 Km Jind 5 Km Kaithal 2 Km

New Delhi

2

1

1

01251254236 01681245254 01746223731

12.

Jind

New Delhi

2

1

1

13.

Kaithal

Chandigarh

--

1

1

14.

Kanina

Kanina 1 Km

New Delhi

1

1

1

01282250259

6

15. Karnal (Old) Sainik Rest House Near Karan Park Karnal Sainik Rest House Near Karan Park Karnal Sainik Rest House Near SDO (c) Office Kosli (Rewari) Sainik Rest House Urban Estate, Section 13 Kurukshetra Sainik Rest House Near Bus Stand Loharu (Bhiwani) Sainik Rest House Near Civil Court Mohindergarh Sainik Rest House Near PWD Rest House Narnaul (M Garh) Sainik Rest House Kothi No. 228, Adarsh Nagar, Panipat Sainik Rest House Sector 12 Punchkula Sainik Rest House Opp Girls Sr. Sec School, Rewari Sainik Rest House Near Chottu Ram Chowk, Civil Road Rohtak Sainik Rest House Near Chottu Ram Chowk, Civil Road Rohtak Sainik Rest House Opp Police Line Barnala Road, Sirsa Sainik Rest House Police Line, Gohana Road, Sonepat Karnal 2 Km Karnal 2 Km Kosli 1.5 Km Kurukshetra 1.5 Km New Delhi 2 1 1 01842272589 01842272589

16.

Karnal (New)

New Delhi

--

--

--

17.

Kosli

New Delhi

01250-275138 (PP) 1 1 1 01744220922

18.

Kurukshetra

Chandigarh

19.

Loharu

Loharu 1 Km

Mohindergarh

New Delhi

2

2

1

01664243538 01282250259 01282250259

20.

Mohindergar h Narnaul

New Delhi

1

1

1

1 Km Narnaul 1.5Km New Delhi 3 2 1

21.

22.

Panipat

Panipat 1 Km Chandigarh 6 Km Rewari .5Km Rohtak 2 Km

New Delhi

1

1

1

01802650311 01722560321 01274224341 01262230687

23.

Punchkula

Chandigarh 12 Km New Delhi

4

3

1

24.

Rewari

2

1

1

25.

Rohtak (Old)

New Delhi

USE OF ZSB OFFICE

26.

Rohtak (New)

Rohtak 2 Km

New Delhi

4

3

1

01262230687

27.

Sirsa

Sirsa 4 Km Sonepat 2 Km

New Delhi 8 Km New Delhi

1

1

1

01666247339 01302242659

28.

Sonepat

2

2

1

7

29. Yamuna Nagar Sainik Rest House Housing Board Complex Sector-18, HUDA, Jagadhari, Yamunanagar Yamuna Nagar 10 Km Chandigarh 2 1 1 01732211892

HIMACHAL PRADESH Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO ORs Contact Telephone

1.Bilaspur

Sainik Rest House Bilaspur Near Bus Stand, Bilaspur HP Sainik Rest House Ghumarwin, Distt. Bilaspur (HP) Sainik Rest House Chamba Near Transport Workshop Chamba Sainik Rest House Chowari Sainik Rest House Hamirpur Nalti Road, Near Petrol Pump Hamirpur Sainik Rest House Dharamshala, Near Octroi Post, Dharamshala Sainik Rest House DehraNear Bus Stand Dehra Sainik Rest House Jawalamukhi Nadaun Road Sainik Rest House Kangra Near Police Station

Kirtarpur 50 Km

Shimla/ Chandigarh 60 Km Shimla/ Chandigarh 75 Km Pathankot 60 Km

09178-222343

2.Bilaspur

Kirtarpur 60 Km Pathankot 60 Km

09178222343 2 1 DOR 01899-222357

3.Chamba

4. Chamba 5. Hamirpur

Nurpur 40 Km Una 70 Km

Pathankot 45Km Gaggal 68 Km

1 2

1 1

DOR DOR

01899-222357 01972-222334

6. Kangra

Kangra 16 Km

Gaggal 68 Km

3

1

DOR

01892-223279

7. Kangra

8. Kangra

9. ­do-

Jwalahmukhi Road 70 Km Jwalahmukhi Road 40 Km Kangra 30 Km

Gaggal 70 Km Gaggal 40 Km Gaggal 4 Km

1

2

DOR

01892-223279

1

2

DOR

01892223279 --01892223279

2

1

DOR

8

10. -doSainik Rest House Nurpur Near Bus Stand Sainik Rest House Palampur Near Old Bus Stand Sainik Rest House Kullu Near DC Office Dhalpur Sainik Rest House Keylong Near Bus Stand Sainik Rest House Mandi Vijay Palace Near Hospital Mandi Sainik Rest House Sarkaghat Near Bus Stand Shimla Road Nahan Near Pacca Tank Sainik Rest House Shimla Longwood Shimla Nurpur 1 Km Palampur 4 Km Kiratpur 120 Km Kirathpur 155 Km Joginder Nagar 30 Km Joginder Nagar 40 Km Chandigarh 40 Km Shimla 5 Km Pathankot 30 Km Gaggal 42 Km Bhuntar 10 Km Bhuntar 60 Km Bhuntar 60 Km Gaggal 120 Km Chandigarh 40 Km Shimla 20 Km 1 1 DOR -do-

11. -do-

1

1

DOR

-do-

12. Kullu

*

*

DOR

01902-222272

13. Lahaul Spiti

*

*

DOR

01902-222272

14.Mandi

*

*

Roo m3 DOR

01905-222120

15. Mandi

*

*

-do-

16. Sirmour 17. Shimla

* 9

* 1

DOR DOR

01702-222551 0177-2653211

18. -do-

19. Kinnour 20. Solan 21. -do22. Una

Sainik Rest House Matiana Kinnour Road Martiana Shimla Sainik Rest House Rekong Peo Sainik Rest House Solan, Solan Bazar Sainik Rest House Prwanoo Sainik Rest House Una Near Bus Stand

Shimla 50.5 Km

Shimla 40 Km

1

1

DOR

-do-

Shimla 90 Km Solan 50 Km Kalka 10 Km Una 03 Km

Shimla 90 Km Chandigarh 50 Km Chandigarh 15 Km Chandigarh 95 Km

3 2 1 2

1 1 1 1

DOR DOR DOR DOR

-do01792-223764 -do01975-226090

JAMMU & KASHMIR Sl. No. Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCO 02 02 ORs 03 Contact Telephone

1.

Jammu

ZSWO, Ambphalla, Jammu

Jammu Tawi 8 Km

Jammu 10 Km

0191-2546273

9

2. 3. 4 Samba Kathua Basohli ZSWO, Ward No 8, Samba ZSWO, Near Hr Sec School Kathua Near Police Family Quarters Basholi ZSWO Aadarsh Colony Udhampur Near Bus Stand Ram Nagar Near Bus Stand Reasi Near PWD Guest House Doda Near Stadum Ground, Kishtwar (Presently under occupation of CRPF) ZSWO Near Fort Poonch ZSWO Near PCR Batmaloo Srinagar Kupwara (C/o 28 INF Div) ZSWO Opp SP Office Leh Samba 10 Km Kathua 07 Km Kathua 85 Km Udhampur 04 Km Udhampur 40 Km Jammu 85 Km Udhampur 115 Km Udhampur 160 Km Jammu 32 Km Jammu 88 Km Jammu 170 Km Jammu 75 Km Jammu 115Km Jammu 85 Km Jammu 190 Km Jammu 230 Km 1 1 1 1 1 951923-243212 951922-234785 -

5 6 7 8 9

Udhampur Ram Nagar Reasi Doda Kishwar

2 1 1 1 1

2 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1

951992-271338 951996-233553 -

10

Poonch

11. 12. 13.

Srinagar Kupwara Leh

Jammu Tawi 250 Km Udhampur 230 Km Udhampur 300 Km Udhampur 690 Km

Jammu 250 Km Srinagar 10 Km Srinagar 90 Km Leh 5 Km

1

2

2

01965-220161

1 1

1 1

1 3

0194-2474728 01982-252270

JHARKHAND Sl. No. Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO ORs 1 1 1 Contact Telephone

1

Chaibasa

2

Dumka

3

Ranchi

Sainik Rest House C/O Zila Sainik Kalyan Karyalaya, West Singhbhum, Chaibasa Sainik Rest House Court Compound Dumka ­ 814101 Sainik Rest House Jawan Bhawan-CumSainik Bazar, Main Road , Ranchi ­ 834001

Chaibasa 2 Km

Ranchi 145 Km

06582259545

Jasidih 72 Km Ranchi Jn 1 Km

Patna 315 Km Ranchi 5 Km

1

2

3

06434223878 06512330148

2

3

3

10

KARNATAKA Sl. No. Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCOs ORs 2 6 1 Contact Telephone

1.

Bangalore

2.

Belgaum

3.

Athani (Belgaum)

Sainik Rest House Fld Mrshl KM Cariappa Bhavan, Fd Mshl K M Cariappa Road Bangalore - 560 025 Sainik Rest House Opp Railway Station Belgaum ­ 590 002 Sainik Rest House Near GA High School Athani Sainik Rest House DC's Office Compound Dharwad ­ 580 001 Sainik Rest House District Office Building Bijapur ­ 586 101 Sainik Rest House C/O Military Boys Hostel Jail Road Karwar ­ 581301 Sainik Rest House Canara Bank Building Main Road Madikeri ­ 571 201 Sainik Rest House Near DC's Office Mysore ­ 570 005

Bangalore City 5 Km

Bangalore 5 Km

08025589459

Belgaum 0 Km Athani (Bus Stand) 03 Km Dharwad 01 Km Bijapur 03 Km Karwar 20 Km

Belgaum 4 Km Belgaum 1.5 Km

1

11

2

08312469341 08312469341

-

2

--

4.

Dharwad

2.5Km 0.5 Km 1 Km

1

11

-

5.

Bijapur

-

3

-

08362440176 & 2748749 08352250913 08382226538

6.

Karwar

-

3

1

7.

Madikeri

Madikeri

Banglore 1Km

--

2

-

08272229866

8.

Mysore

Mysore 02 Km

Banglore 3 Km

1

10

2

08212425240

11

MADHYA PRADESH Sl. No. Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCOs ORs 4 2 3 Contact Telephone

1.

Bhopal

2.

Indore

3.

Gwalior

4.

Jabalpur

5.

Sagar

6.

Bhind

7.

Morena

8.

Chhindwar a

Sainik Rest House Near 45 Bunglows, Ban Ganga Chowk, TT Nagar, Bhopal ­ 462003 Sainik Rest House Jairampur Colony Near Collectorate Office Indore ­ 452004 Sainik Rest House Race Course Road, Near Sainik Petrol Pump Gwalior ­ 474002 Sainik Rest House Narbada Road, Katanga, Jabalpur ­ 482001 Sainik Rest House Near Collectorate, Sagar ­ 470001 Sainik Rest House, Near Pasu Mela Maidan, Bhind ­ 476007 Sainik Rest House Near Collectorate Morena ­ 476001 Sainik Rest House Near PWD Rest House Compound, Chhindwara ­ 480001

Bhopal Jn 05 Km

Bhopal 10 Km

07552556198

Indore 05 Km

Indore 10 Km

1

1

1

07312367319

Gwalior 01 Km

Gwalior 10 Km

2

1

1

07512340267

Jabalpur 04 Km

Jabalpur 15 Km

1

1

1

07612667336

Sagar 03 Km Bhind 02 Km

--

1

1

1

07582225589 07534236379

--

1

1

1

Morena 01 Km Chhindwa ra 01 Km

--

1

1

1

07532226003 07162242119

--

1

1

1

12

KERALA Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCOs ORs -1 1 Contact Telephone

1.

Alapuzha

2.

Kozhikode (Undere reconstruction) Thrissur

3.

4.

Thiruvananth apuram

Sainik Rest House Arattuvazhi Road Alapuzha ­ 688007 Sainik Rest House Balan K Nair Road Kozhikode ­ 673001 Sainik Rest House Poothole Thrissur - 680004 Sainik Rest House Vanchiyoor Thiruvananthapura m ­ 695035

Alapuzha 07Km Kozhikode 03Km

Kochi 100Km Calicut 25Km

04772245673 04952361881

06

11

06

Thrissur 01Km Thiruvanant ha- puram 1.72Km

Kochi Nedumpaserry 45Km Thiruvananthapuram 7Km

--

1

03

04872384037 04712471853

4

6

9

MAHARASHTRA Sl. No. Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr 1 Ahmednagar Sainik Rest House, Infront of Ahmednagar College , Aurangabad Road, Ahmednagar Sainik Rest House Dist: Ahmednagar, Shirgonda Sainik Rest House Near Bilal Bhavan, Narang Society, Akola Sainik Rest House Morshi Road, Infront of Govt.ITI,Amravati Ahmedna gar 02Km 06Km Akola 03Km Badnera 10Km Pune 120Km 1 JCO 1 ORs 0 ZSWO 02412323160 ZSWO 0241-23160 ZSWO, 0724/24360 70 ZSWO, 0721266460 7 Contact Telephone

2

Shirgonda

-

4

-

2 Halls

3

Akola

Akola 7Km Amravati 20Km

1

1

1

4

Amaravati

1

0

1

13

5 Buldana Sainik Rest House,Sainik Complex, Near ST Bus Stand, Buldana-443001 Near Kalyan Bhavan, Infront of ST coloney, Golibar Tekadi Road, Dhule Sainik Rest House, Bhivani Mandap Kolhapur Sainik Rest House Opposite Hislap College Road, Civil Lines, Nagpur-440001 Sainik Rest House, Colectorate Compound Nasik Camp Road, Near Cantonment Police Stn.Malegaon, Dist. Nashik Sainik Rest House, Malegoan Camp, Teh: Malegoan, Dist: Nasik Sainik Rest House ,Sinhagarh Bldg, Opp. National War Memorial, Ghorpadi, Pune-1 Ghorpadi Pune-1 Sainik Rest House Mahad, Dist: RaigadSainik Rest House Mangaon, Dist: Raigad SainikRestHousePoladp ur, Dist: Raigad Malkapur 45Km Aurngabad 140Km 1 ZSWO, 07262242208 ZSWO, 02562/2372 64 ZSWO, 02312665812 Kolhapur ZSWO, 07122542228 ZSWO, 02532577255

6

Dhule

Dule 02Km

--Dhule 12Km

2

2

1

7

(Kolhapur)

Kolhapur 03

Kolhapur 6Km

1

1

1

8

Nagpur

Nagpur 03 Km

Nagpur 7 Km

2

1

1

9.

Nasik

Nashik 10 Km

Ojhar, Nashik 30 Km

2

2

2

2 Manmad 40 Km 90Km Pune 2Km -

2

2 02554/2547 02

10.

Malegoan (Nasik) Pune

-

-

1

-

11.

Lohangaon (Pune) 5Km --

8

6

10

ZSWO, 02554577255 ZSWO: 020/263354 84 ZSWO: 02145/2254 51 ZSWO: 02141/2222 08 ZSWO, 02141/2222 08

12.

Mahad (Raigad) Mangaon (Raigad) Poladpur (Raigad)

Veer 16Km Mangaon 01Km Veer 33Km

1

1

1

13.

-

1

0

3

14.

-

0

0

2

14

15. Ratnagiri Sainik Rest House, Collectorate Compound, Ratnagiri Sainik Rest House, Panchayat Samiti Office Dapoli, dist Ratnagiri Ratnagiri 6Km 1 2 2 ZSWO: 02353/2222 71

Khed 27Km

1

0

2 02353/2222 71

Sainik Rest House,Shivtar Road, Near Panchayat samiti Office, Khed , Dist.Ratnagiri Sainik Rest House,Burumtali Chiplun, Dist.Ratnagiri

Khed 6Km

0

0

1 02356/2603 54

Chiplun 07Km

-

3

0

0

16.

Dapoli (Ratnagiri) Khed (Ratnagiri) Sangli

Sainik Rest House Dapoli Dist: Ratnagiri Sainik Rest House Khed, Dist: Ratnagiri Sainik Rest House Near, Karmeevar Bhaurao Patil Chowk, sangli-16 Sainik Rest House, Ajankitara Bldg, Powai Naka, Satara Sainik Rest House,Opposite Treasury Office, Devgad,DistSindhudurg Sainik Rest House Sawantiwadi Dist Sindhudurg Sainik Rest House ,Collectorate Compound, Solapur

-

-

2

-

2Halls

17.

-

2

-

-

18.

Sanglli 03Km Satara Rd 7Km Nandgaon 50Km

Kolhapur 70Km Lohegaon 110Km -

1

1

1

19. Satara 20. Deogad (Sindhudurg ) Sawantiwadi (Sindhudurg ) Solapur

4

0

1

-

-

-

02355/2502 05 ZSWO: 0235222271 ZSWO: 0235222271 ZSWO: 02332761711 ZSWO: 02162/2392 93 Rented Out

21.

22.

Sawantiw adi Road 9Km Solapur 3Km

-

1

-

-

02363/2723 12

Pune 245Km

1

1

1

ZSWO: 02172732035

Bhakti Marg, Near Rly Stn. Pandharpur, Dist Solapur 23. 24. Pandharpur (Solapur) Sangola (Solapur) Sainik Rest House Phandhar Dist: Solapur Sainik Rest House Sangola Dist: Solapur

Pandharpu r 01Km 02Km 01Km

Pune 180Km -

2

2

2

02186/2269 34 ZSWO: 0217-2265 ZSWO: 0217-22265

1

1

2 Halls

15

25. Yeotmal Sainik Rest House Near Zila Sainik Welfare Office Tonga Chowk, Yeotmal Dhamang av 46 Km Nagpur 120 0 0 1 ZSWO: 07232245273

MANIPUR NIL ..................................................................................... MEGHALAYA NIL ..............................................................................................

MIZORAM Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCO ORs s 3 9 Contact Telephone

1.

Aizawl

2.

Lunglei

Sainik Rest House Khatla, Aizawl ­ 796001 Sainik Rest House Lunglei

Silchar 180 Km Silchar 415 Km

Lengpui 44 Km Lengpui 459 Km

038322333129 --

2

-

6

NAGALAND Sl. No Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCO ORs s 3 2 01 Contact Telephon e 03862280002 WLL

1.

Dimapur

Sainik Rest House Near Govt Circuit House Wall Fort, Opp Kanchan Manument, Dimapur

Dimapur 1/2Km

Dimapur 3Km

16

2. Mokokchun g Sainik Rest House Khasia Line, Mokopkchung Mariani 86Km Jorhat 121Km 01 01 01 03692226374 94360063 36(Mob) 03860222648 03867222545

3.

Wokha

4.

Zunheboto

Sainik Rest House Near DC Office, Wokha Sainik Rest House Main Town, Zunheboto Sainik Rest House Main Town, Phek Sainik Rest House Main Town, Tuensang

Dimapur 152Km Mariani 156Km

Dimapur 149Km Jorhat 190Km

-

-

DOR

*01

*05

5. 6.

Phek Tuensang

Dimapur 219Km Mariani 166Km

Dimapur 219Km Jorhat 276Km

-

-

*06 under constr uction DOR DOR

038652223037 038612220333

ORISSA Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO OR Nil Nil 12 Contact Telephon e 06712620 159

1.

Cuttack

2.

Berhampur

Sainik Rest House Near Gopabandhu Bhawan, Mission Road, Buxi Bazar, Cuttack ­ 753001 Sainik Rest House Near RDC,s Residence, Kamapalli, Berhampur ­ 760004

Cuttack 05Km

Bhubaneshwar 35Km

Brehampur 02Km

Bhubaneshwar 180Km

066802203285

PUNJAB Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO OR Contact Telephone

17

1. Amritsar Sainik Rest House 52, Court Road, Opp GPO, Amritsar Sainik Rest House Civil Lines Bathinda Sainik Rest House Mudki Road Faridkot Sainik Rest House Near Saragarhi Gurdwara, Ferozepur Sainik Rest House Near DC Court Gurdaspur Sainik Rest House Green View Park, Court Road, Hoshiarpur Sainik Rest House Ladowali Road, Shashtri Market Jalandhar Sainik Rest House Opp BDPO Office Kapurthala Sainik Rest House Near Clock Tower Ludhiana Sainik Rest House Bathinda Road Muktsar Sainik Rest House Near Old Bus Stand Ropar Sainik Rest House Near Bus Stand Patiala Sainik Rest House Opp Ranvir Club Sangrur Sainik Rest House Sector ­ 21D Chandigarh Amritsar 02Km Bathinda .5Km Faridkot 2.5Km Ferozepur 1Km Amritsar 12Km Bathinda 25Km -6 5 5 01832563102 01642212612 01639250788 01632246211

2.

Bathinda

1

2

3

3.

Faridkot

2

2

3

4.

Ferozepur

--

1

2

3

5.

Gurdaspur

Gurdaspur 1Km Hoshiarpur 1.5Km

--

1

1

1

01874231127 01882222013

6.

Hoshiarpur

--

1

1

3

7.

Jalandhar

Jalandhar Cantt 2.5Km Kapurthala 2Km Ludhiana Jn .5Km Muktsar 5Km Ropar .5Km Patiala .1Km Sangrur .5Km Chandigarh 10Km

--

5

4

3

01812455423

8.

Kapurthala

--

1

1

2

01822232872 01612741066 01633240701 01881220324 0175236118 01672234021 01722707122

9.

Ludhiana

--

3

2

7

10.

Muktsar

--

2

2

1

11.

Ropar

--

2

1

1

12.

Patiala

Patiala 6Km --

1

1

3

13.

Sangrur

1

1

3

14.

Chandigarh

Chandigarh 10Km

6

7

5

18

RAJASTHAN Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCO OR 3 3 3+8 in Dor mito ry 1 2 Contact Telephone

1.

Ajmer

Sainik Rest House Near Revenue Board Todermal Road Ajmer Sainik Rest House Near Police Station Beawar Sainik Rest House Near Company Garden Alwar Sainik Rest House Near Gordhan Gate Bharatpur Sainik Rest House Near Railway Station Barmer Sainik Rest House Near Public Park Bikaner Sainik Rest House Near Bus Stand Churu Sainik Rest House Sawai Jaisingh Road Bani Park Jaipur Sainik Rest House Raika Bagh Jodhpur Sainik Rest House Near Tehsil HQ Shergarh Sainik Rest House Near Railway Station Jhunjhunu Sainik Rest House Near Railway Station Jaisalmer

Ajmer 01Km

Jaipur 132Km

01452627972

2.

Beawar

Beawar .5Km Alwar .5Km

Jaipur 187Km Jaipur 148Km

--

3.

Alwar

2

1

15

01442338527

4.

Bharatpur

Baharatpur 2 Km Barmer .5Km Bikaner 1Km Churu .5Km Jaipur 2Km

Agra 60Km Jodhpur 222Km Jodhpur 256Km Jaipur 200Km Jaipur 15Km

3

1

2+1 5 6

05644223707 02982221185 01512226671 01562250948 01412201487

5.

Barmer

2

1

6.

Bikaner

2

2

4

7.

Churu

2

1

4

8.

Jaipur

6

3

1+1 6

9.

Jodhpur

Jodhpur 0Km Shergarh 0Km Jhunjhunu 0Km Jaisalmer .2Km

Jodhpur 5Km Jodhpur 130Km Jaipur 177Km Jodhpur 305Km

3

3

30

02912650372 --

10.

Shergarh

-

-

4

11.

Jhunjhunu

2

-

6

0159232653 02992250029

12.

Jaisalmer

2

1

1+1 2

19

13. Kota Sainik Rest House Opp Bhim Rao Hospital Kota Sainik Rest House Near Railway Station Nagaur Sainik Rest House Jaipur Highway Road Pali Sainik Rest House Near Tehsil HQ Pokaran Sainik Rest House Behind Govt Hospital Near Railway Station Ganganagar Sainik Rest House Near PWD Dak Bungalow, Sikar Sainik Rest House Behind Chetak Cinema Madhuban Colony Udaipur Sainik Rest House Near Tehsil HQ Bhim Rajasthan Sainik Rest House Opp. LIC Office Deedawana(Nagaur) Kota 3Km Kota 3Km 2 2 1+1 2 07442323712

14.

Nagaur

Nagaur .5Km Pali 4Km Pokaran (Bus Stand) 0.5Km Ganganagar 0.5Km

Jodhpur 140Km Jodhpur 79Km Pokran(Bus Stand) 200Km Jodhpur/Jaip ur 529/484Km Jaipur 115Km Udaipur 7Km

2

2

1+1 5 1+6

01582240776 02932225530 --

15.

Pali

2

1

16.

Pokaran

3

1

10

17.

Ganganagar

2

1

6

01542442547

18.

Sikar

Sikar 0.5Km Udaipur 1Km

2

1

12

01572254437 02942524724

19.

Udaipur

2

2

5

20.

Bhim

Bhim (Bus Stand) 0.5Km Deedwana 2Km

Udaipur 250Km

-

-

2

--

21.

Deedwana

Jodhpur 180Km

1

1

1

01580223729

SIKKIM Sl. No Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs JCO OR s s 1 1 Contact Telephon e

1

Gangtok

Sainik Rest House C/o Rajya Sainik Board

N JP 122Km

Bagdogra 125Km

03592202947

20

2 Namchi Sainik Rest House C/o Zila sainik Board Namchi South Sikkim Sainik Rest House C/o Zila Sainik Board Jorethang Sainik Rest House C/o Zila Sainik Board Sainik Rest House C/o Zila Sainik Board Gyalshing Sainik Rest House C/O Zila Sainik Board Gangtok N JP 115Km Bagdogra 108Km 1 1 2 95264735

3

Jorethang

N JP 110Km N JP 134Km N JP 140Km

Bagdogra 101Km Bagdogra 121Km Bagdogra 135Km

1

-

2

95359526 4735 95359526 4735 95359525 0097

4 5

Ravangla Gyalshing

1

1

1 1

6

Singtam

N JP 92Km

Bagdogra 98Km

2

2

2

03592202 947

TAMIL NADU o Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs 1 Chennai Directorate of ExServicemen's Welfare Complex, 22, Raja Muthiah Salai, Kannappar Thidal, Chennai-600 003 Ex-Servicemen's Centre, 27, Travellers Bungalow Road, Uppilipalayam, Coimbatore-641 018 Ex-Servicemen's Centre, Sub Jail Road, Cuddalore-607 001 Ex-Servicemen's Centre, Taluk Office Compound Fort Main Road, Salem-636 001 Ex-Servicemen's Centre, Maruthu Pandiyar Nagar, Sivagangai-623 560 Ex-Servicemen's Centre, Goods Shed Road, Udhagamandalam-643 001 Ex-Servicemen's Centre, Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli-627 002 Chennai Central 2Km Chennai 18Km Yes JCOs Yes ORs Yes 04426692072 Contact Telephone

2

Coimbatore

Coimbatore Jn 1Km

Coimbatore 5Km

Yes

Yes

Yes

4222214107

3

Cuddalore

Tiruppapuli Yur 1Km Salem Jn 5Km

Chennai 200Km Coimbatore 166Km

Yes

Yes

Yes

04142220732 04272210903

4

Salem

Yes

Yes

Yes

5

Sivagangai

Sivagangai 3Km Ooty Rly Stn 200Km

Madura 46Kmi Coimbatore 110Km

Yes

Yes

Yes

04575240483 04232444078

6

The Nilgiris @ Udhagamandala m Tirunelveli @ Palayamkottai

Yes

Yes

Yes

7

Tirunelveli Jn 5Km

Madurai 160Km

Yes

Yes

Yes

04622560440

21

8 Virudhunagar @ Srivilliputhur Ex-Servicemen's Centre, No. 10, Periyaswamy Koil Street, Srivilliputhur-626 125 Moonjikal Bus Stop, Kodaikanal, ZSB AddressEx-Servicemen's Centre, Master Plan Complex, Collectorate, Dindigul 27, Travellers Bungalow Road, Uppilipalayam, Coimbatore-641 018 Near Anna Over Bridge, Cuddalore-607 002 106/3, Gandhiji Road, Jawans Bhavan, Erode-638 001 32/8-1, West Veli Street, Madurai-625 001 Muthukumara Moopanar Road, Opposite to Head Post Office, Thanjavur-613 001 284, Thiruchendur Road, Palayamkottai-626 002 Srivilliputhur 5Km Madurai 40Km Yes Yes Yes 04563260382

9

Kodaikanal

Madurai Road 40Km

Madurai 110Km

Yes

Yes

Yes

04512460086

10

Coimbatore

Coimbatore Jn 1Km Tiruppapali Yur Railway Station 1Km Erode Jn 3Km Madurai 200Km Thnjavur 500Km

Coimbatore 5Km Chennai 200Km Coimbatore 100Km Madurai 6Km Tiruchirapalli 45Km

Yes

Yes

Yes

04222214107 04142220732 04242263227 04522308216 0432230104

11

Cuddalore

Yes

Yes

Yes

12

Erode

Yes

Yes

Yes

13 14

Madurai Thanjavur

Yes Yes

Yes Yes

Yes Yes

15

Tirunelveli

Tirunelveli 5Km

Madurai 160Km

Yes

Yes

Yes

04622560440

TRIPURA NIL ......................................................................................................

UTTRAKHAND Sl. No. Location Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offrs 1 2 3 4 5 6 Almora Bageshwar Ranikhet Chamoli Gopeswar Dehradun Sainik Vishram Ghar Almora Sainik Vishram Ghar Bageshwar Sainik Vishram Ghar Ranikhet Sainik Vishram Grah Chamoli Sainik Vishram Grah Gopeshwar Sainik Vishram Grah Deheradun Kathgodah 85Km Kathgodah 165Km Kathgodah 50Km Rishikesh 220Km Rishikesh 235Km Dehradun 02Km 200Km 2 2 Jolly 35Km 4 4 JCOs 8 4 4 4 2 ORs 10 8 12 12 05962230246 05963220961 05962230246 01372252195 01372252195 01352626091 Contact Telephone

22

7 8 9 10 Rishkesh Lansedown Kotdwar Nainital Sainik Vishram Grah Near Bus Stand Rishikesh Sainik Vishram Grah Lansdown Sainik Vishram Grah Kotdwar Sainik Vishram Grah GOC-in-MES Bunglow Near Tallital Nainital Sainik Vishram Grah Haldwani Sainik Vishram Grah Pauri Garwhal Sainik Vishram Grah Srinagar Camp Near Bus Stand Sainik Vishram Garh Pithoragarh Sainik Vishram Garh Near SBI Janpath Pithoragarh, Veriang Sainik Vishram Grah Near Tehsil Office Janpath Pithoragarh DD Hut Sainik Vishram Grah \Near Army Traffic Check Post Near Transit Camp Chambavat Sainik Vishram Grah , Near Devdhal Bazar Janpath Pithoragarh Sainik Vishram Grah Teri Garhwal Sainik Vishram Grah Uttarkashi Rishikesh 01Km Kotdwar 48Km Kotdwar 0Km Kathgodam 30Km Kathgodam 02Km Kotdwar 127Km Rishikesh 155Km Tanachal 150Km Kathgodam Kathgodam Jolly 15Km 2 2 4 4 4 4 10 20 12 01352626091 01386262365 01386262365 05946-2 21614 05946221614 01368222335 01368222335 05964224185 05964213185 224185 05964213185 224185 05964213185 224185 05964213185 224185 01376323320 232320 013742417 222417

11 12 13

Haldwani Pauri Garhwal Srinagar

Pantnagar 23Km -

4 4 4

6 6 6

20 20 20

14 15

Pithoragarh Verinag

-

3 1

4 1

8 6

16

DD Hut

-

-

-

-

17

Chambavat

Tanakpur 75Km

-

-

-

-

18

Devaldhal

Tanakpurs 130Km Rishikesh 140Km Rishikesh 170Km

-

1

2

6

19

Tehri Garhwal Uttarkashi

-

3

3

12

20

-

4

4

10

UTTAR PRADESH Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO OR 1 1 1 Contact Telephon e 05622260549

1

Agra

Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Collectorate Court Compound, Agra

4Km

2.5Km

23

2 Aligarh Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Collectorate Court Compound, Aligarh Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, UP Opp Public service Commision , Tharn Hill Road, Allahabad Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Collectorate Court Compound, Ajamgarh Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near Police Station Bahraich Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near NCC Churaha Jail Road , Balia Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near Collactorate Court Compound Bandra Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near Bus Stand Barabanki Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near Collactorate Court Compound Bareli Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near Collectorate Avas Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Basti 2Km 1 1 1 05712401783

3

Allahabad

4Km

10Km

1

1

*

05322608454

4

Ajamgarh

2Km

-

1

1

1

05462220820

5

Bahraich

3Km

-

1

1

*

05252234775

6

Balia

2Km

-

1

-

-

05498220350

7

Banda

1Km

-

1

1

*

05192285392

8

Barabanki

1Km

-

1

1

*

05248222565

9

Bareli

3Km

-

2

1

1

05812421794

10

Badaun

1Km

-

-

-

-

05832267122 05542246670

11

Basti

7Km

5

2

2

24

12 Bulandshahr Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Bulandashahr Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near Bus Stand Civil Lines Devaria Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas, Near Railway Station Etawah Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Faizabad Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Bus Stand Fatehgarh, Farrukhabad Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near SP Office Fatehpur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Election Office, Bastio Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Gonda Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Bus Stand , Gorakhpur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Bus Stand , Hamirpur 1Km 2 1 1 05732225562

13

Devaria

2Km

2

1

1

05568222450

14

Etawah

0Km

1

1

1

05688254167

15

Faizabad

1Km

2

2

1

25278222184

16

Farrukhabad

1.5Km

1

1

1

056192234659

17

Fatehpur

1Km

1

1

1

05180224232

18

Ghazipur

3Km

1

1

1

0498220240

19

Gonda

3Km

1

*

*

05262223516

20

Gorakhpur

2Km

1

1

1

05512337643

21.

Hamirpur

12Km

1

1

-

05282222319

25

22. Hardoi Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Cinema Choraha, Hardoi Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near District Council Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Civil Lines, Jaunpur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Naiadhish Colony, Jhansi Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Near Association, Kanpur Nagar Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Khiri Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Election Office, KesarBagh, Lucknow 1.5Km 3 2 1 05852234733

23.

Jalaun

3Km 20Km

1

1

-

05162252798 05452261110

24.

Jaunpur

1

1

-

25.

Jhansi

3Km

1

1

1

05172470049

26.

Kanpur Nagar

3Km

3

2

1

05122306648

27.

Khiri

2Km

1

1

1

05872252757

28.

Lucknow

4Km

6

5

29.

Mainpuri

30.

Mathura

Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Mainpuri Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near District Jail, Mathura

3Km

1

-

5 Dor mito ry, 30 Bed s -

05222622367

05672234890

2Km

1

1

-

05652505749

26

31. Merrut Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Merrut Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Commisioner Office, Mirzapur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Muzaffarnagar Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Opp PWD Office District Magistrate Residence Road, Pratapgarh Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Raibareilly Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Rampur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Roadways Bus Stand, Saharanpur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Shajahanpur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Near Lal Bagh Choraha, Sitapur 4Km 1 1 1 01212644551

32.

Mirzapur

3Km

1

1

1

0544220444

33.

Muzaffarnag ar

1.5Km

2

2

2

01312405723

34.

Pratabgarh

1.5Km

1

1

1

05342220891

35.

Raibareilly

3Km

2

2

2

05352203554

36.

Rampur

.3Km

1

-

-

05952350022

37.

Saharanpur

.5Km

2

1

1

01322643629

38.

Shahjahanpur

2Km

1

1

1

0584223005

39.

Sitapur

2Km

2

2

1

05862242055

27

40. Sultanpur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Bus Stand, Sultanpur Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Railway Stand, Unnao Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Court Compound, Varanasi Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , KH171, Naya Kavi Nagar, Gaziabad Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Near Collectorate Court Compound, Etah Zila Sainik Kalyan Evam Purnavas , Maharajganj 2Km 1 1 1 0536222416

41.

Unnao

.5Km

2

1

1

05152820544

42.

Varanasi

4Km

1

1

1

05422508254

43.

Gaziabad

3Km

2

1

1

01202702643

44.

Etah

-Under Construction

-

-

-

05742233753

45.

Maharajganj

-Under Construction

-

-

-

05523223863

WEST BENGAL l. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO OR * * 2 Contact Telephone

1

Kolkata

2

Burdwan

3

Midnapur

Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhawan, 1/4, Acharya Jagadish Bose Road, Kolkata ­ 20 Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhawan, Baronilpur Road, Sripally Burdwan Sainik Rest House Rabindranagar, Midnapur

Sealdah/ Howrah 5 Km

Kolkata 15 Km

DSW Kolkata 03322233893 DSW Burdwan 03422544782 DSW Midnapore 03222262874

Burdwan 6 Km

*

1

*

2

Midnapore 5 Km

*

*

*

2

28

4 Balurghat Sainik Rest House Balurghat Distt Dakshin Dinajpur Sainik Rest House Sainik Bhavan, Kutchery Compound Darjeeling Sainik Rest House Kalimpong, Distt Darjeeling Sainik Rest House Karseong, Distt Darjeeling Balurghat 7 Km Badogra 120 Km * * 2 DSW Dakshin Dinajpur 03522258175 DSW Darjeeling 03542254056 DSW Darjeeling 03542254056 DSW Darjeeling 03542254056

5

Darjeeling

New Jalpaiguri 92 Km New Jalpaiguri 92 Km New Jalpaiguri 92 Km

Badogra 98 Km

1

*

2

6

Kalimpong

*

*

*

1

7

Karseong

*

*

*

1

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO OR 1 1 4 NIL 4 Contact Telephon e 0319220479 0319220479

1 2

Port Blair Campbell Bay Port Blair

3

Sainik Vishram Ghar Haddo, Port Blair Sainik Vishram Ghar Campbell Bay Great Nicobar Islands Veer Senani Bhawan Hado ­ Port Blair 744102

-

Port Blair 05 Km Campbell bay 02 Km Port Blair 04 Km

CHANDIGARH Sl. Location No. Address Nearest Rly Stn Nearest Airport Accommodation Available (Rooms) Offr JCO OR 7 6 2 Contact Telephone

1.

Chandigarh

Sainik Rest House Near Aroma Hotel, Sector ­ 21D, Chandigarh

Chandigarh 10Km

Chandigarh 15Km

01722701947

DELHI

29

NIL ........................................................................................................ PODDUCHERRY NIL

CHAPTER 8

SECTION VI

LOCATIONS OF SAINIK WALFARE/RAJYA SAINIK BOARDS

Sl No. 1

No of ZSBs 23

Office/ District

Name, Designation & Address

Telephone No.

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

2

00

Deptt of Relief, Rehabilitation & Settlement

3

10

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

4

09

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

5

08

Dte of Sainik Welfare

6

00

Rajya Sainik Board

ANDHRA PRADESH Brig (Retd) CS Vidyasagar Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Block IV, II Floor , Gruhakalpa Complex, MJ Road, Nampally, Hyderabad - 500 001 ARUNACHAL PRADESH Shri K Kholie Director Dte of Relief, Rehabilitation & Settlement, Govt of Arunachal Pradesh, New Itanagar -791110 ASSAM Col (Retd) DK Chakrabarty Director Directorate of Sainik Welfare Sainik Bhavan, Lachit Nagar Guwahati - 781 007 (Assam) BIHAR Shri Baidyanath P Daftuar, IAS Director Sainik Kalyan Nideshalaya Home Deptt, Old Secretariat, Barrack No.10, Patna - 800015 CHHATTISGARH Lt Col (Retd) SV Uttarwar(Offg) Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare, CG Near Collectorate Parisar Behind Home Guard Office Raipur - 492 001 GOA

Maj (Retd) Venugopal Nair Secretary Deptt of Sainik Welfare Collectorate Building,Panaji - 403 001

040-24736890 (O) 040-27990144 (R) 09440401470 (M) 040-24747991 (F) [email protected]

0360-2212282 (O) 0360-2290778 (R) 0360-2212282 (F) 0360-2213615 (F) 09436041927 (M) 0361-2522229 (O) 0361-2412196 (R) 0361-2522229 (F) 09435192386 (M) [email protected] 0612-2217301 (O) 0612-2217301 (F) 0612-2280333 (R)

0771-2445165 (O) 0788-2352529 (R) 0771-2420084 (F) 09826122742 (M) [email protected]

0832-2227138 (O) 08322443236 (R) 0832-2227138 (F) 09420686834 (M) secyrsbgoagmail.com

2

7 05 Deptt of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement GUJARAT Lt Col (Retd) Kishor Sinh Gohil Director Directorate of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement, Block No. 6, 3rd Floor, Old Sachivalaya Dr Jivaraj Mehta Bhavan Gandhinagar - 382 010 HARYANA Brig (Retd) KS Budhwar Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Sainik Bhawan, Sector 12 Shaheed Capt Rohit Kaushal Marg Panchkula - 134 109 (Haryana) HIMACHAL PRADESH 079-23251295 (O) 079-23251296 (O) 079-23251298 (O) 079-23251294 (F) 079-23245346 (R) [email protected]

8

19

Rajya Sainik Board

0172-2560462 (O) 0172-2560462 (F) 0172-2562102 (R) 09888527189 (M)

9

10

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

Capt (Retd) JC Katoch (OSD)

Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Govt of Himachal Pradesh Hamirpur - 177 001 JAMMU AND KASHMIR Brig (Retd) RS Langeh, VSM Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Ambphalla Jammu - 180 005 (J & K) JHARKHAND Col AP Singh (Offg)

01972-221854 (O) 01972-224659 (O) 01972-225961 (R) 01972-225643 (F) 09418090708 (M) 0191-2561547 (O) 0191-2465141 (R) 0191-2575362 (F) 09419180672 (M)

10

10

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

11

04

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

Director

Sainik Kalyan Nideshalaya Ranchi (Jharkhand) KARNATAKA Col (Retd) CM Uthaiah Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare & Resettlement Fd Mshl KM Cariappa Bhavan No 58, Fd Mshl KM Cariappa Road, Bangalore - 560 025 KERALA Shri KK Govindan Nair Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Vikas Bhavan Thiruvananthapuram - 695033

0651-2330178 (O) 0651-2330469 (R) 0651-2331434 (F) 09431105964 080-25589459 (O) 080-28445706 (R) 080-25589459 (F) 09886205130 (M) [email protected]

12

11

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

13

14

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

0471-2304980 (O) 0471-2472401 (R) 0471-2304980 (F) 0471-2329279 (R) 09447030498 (M) [email protected]

3

14 24 Deptt of Sainik Welfare MADHYA PRADESH Col (Retd) CP Grover (Offg) Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Southern Shopping Centre Guru Teg Bahadur Complex TT Nagar, New Market, P.B.NO 364, Bhopal - 462003 MAHARASHTRA Col (Retd) Col Bhagatsinh Deshmukh Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Maharashtra State `Raigad', Opp National War Memorial, Solapur Road, Ghorpadi, Pune - 411 001 MANIPUR Lt Col H Sharat Singh (Retd) Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Sainik Rest House Opp. Lamphel Police Station Imphal - 795 004 (Manipur) MEGHALAYA Brig WJB Sturgeon, YSM, SM Director Directorate of Sainik Welfare Public Service Commission Building, Beyond DC Building Shillong - 793 001 MIZORAM Col (Retd) John Zama, SM Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare & Resettlement, Tuikual `A', PB No. 119 Aizawl - 796 001 NAGALAND Brig (Retd) Brij Pal Singh Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Home Deptt, Home Branch Nagaland Civil Sectt. Kohima - 797 001 0755-2553992 (O) 0755-2666081 (R) 0755-2577209 (F) 09993030601 (M) [email protected] [email protected]

15

30

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

020-26332763 (O) 020-26332764 (O) 020-26334427 (F) 020-26850613 (F) 09422314276 (M) [email protected] [email protected] 09862672547 (M)

16

02

Rajya Sainik Board

17

01

Dte of Sainik Welfare

0364-2225613 (O) 0364-2536574 (R) 0364-2225613 (F) 09436101551 (M) rsb_megha@yahoo .com

18

02

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

0389-2322732 (O) 0389-2322732 (F) 0389-2325811 (R) 09436142593 (M) [email protected]

19

05

Rajya Sainik Board

0370-2270029 (O) 0370-2221991 (R) 0370-2270029 (F) 09436011600 (M)

4

20 06 Rajya Sainik Board ORISSA Col (Dr) DK Das (Retd) Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Nageswar Tangi Lewis Road Bhubaneshwar - 751 002 PUNJAB Brig (Retd) IS Gakhal Director Dte of Sainik Welfare, Punjab Punjab Sainik Bhawan, Sector 21-D, Chandigarh - 160 022 RAJASTHAN Col (Retd) Phool Singh Mehla (Offg) Nideshak Sainik Kalyan Vibhag Secretariat Building North Block, Jaipur - 302 005 SIKKIM Lt Col (Retd) PB Gurung Secretary Rajya Sainik Board, Sikkim Paljor Stadium Road Gangtok - 737 101 TAMIL NADU Dr AC Mohandass, IAS Additional Director Dte of ExServicemen's Welfare 22, Raja Muthiah Salai, Choolai Chennai - 600 003 TRIPURA Lt Col (Retd) Mohit Ghosh Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Nehru Office Complex Gorkhabasti, P.O. Kunjaban Agartala - 799 006 West Tripura UTTARAKHAND Brig (Retd) AN Bahuguna, KC, YSM, VSM Director Sainik Kalyan Evam Punarvas Chandel Bhawan, Ajabpur Kalan, Anjali Vihar Dehradun ­ 248121 0674-2432268 (O) 0674-2721156(R) 0674-2435998 09937940807 (M) [email protected] 0172-2701845 (O) 0172-2740991 (R) 0172-2707345 (F) 09814297113 (M) [email protected] 0141-2227897 (O) 0141-2227650 (F) 0141-2356464 (R)

21

20

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

22

24

Sainik Kalyan Vibhag

23

03

Rajya Sainik Board

03592-202534 (O) 03592-221456 (O) 03592-202156 (R) 03592-221456 (F) 09434448861 (M) 044-26691886 (O) 044-22331052 (R) 044-26691886 (F) 09940499776 (M) [email protected] 0381-2326507 (O) 0381-2319005 (R) 0381-2323795 (F) 09436510584 (M) [email protected] [email protected] om 0135-2673014 (O) 0135-2670813 (R) 0135-2679534 (F) 09358254621 (M)

24

26

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

25

00

Rajya Sainik Board

26

14

Dte of Sainik Kalyan Evam Punarvas

5

27 66 Sainik Kalyan Evam Punarvas UTTAR PRADESH Shri AK Chaturvedi, PCS (Additional Charge) Director Directorate Sainik Kalyan Evam Punarvas Kariappa Bhawan, Kaiserbagh, Lucknow-226001 WEST BENGAL Col PR Pal (Retd) Secretary 0522-2625354 (O) 0522-2391701 (R) 0522-2305107 (F) 0522-2625354 (F) 09415404142 (M)

28

12

Rajya Sainik Board

Rajya Sainik Board Block 'F' (First Floor) Writers' Buildings Kolkata - 700 001

29 00 Rajya Sainik Board

033-22141347 (O) 033-22144643 (F) 09874535628 (M) [email protected]

30

00

Zila Sainik Welfare Office

31

00

Rajya Sainik Board

32

00

Rajya Sainik Board

ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS 03192-235621(O) 03192-320360(R) (UT) Col (Retd) KV Cherian 03192-235621(F) Secretary 09434281518 (M) Rajya Sainik Board colonelcherry@cherrygamail Veer Senani Bhavan .com Megapode Junction J.N. Road, Haddo Port Blair - 744 101 0172-2701947 (O) CHANDIGARH (UT) Lt Col (Retd) Raj Kumar Singh 0172-2700317 (O) Zila Sainik Welfare Officer 0172-2726325 (F) Zila Sainik Welfare Office(UT), 0172-2721064 (R) Opposite Aroma Hotel 09888880566 (M) Sector:21-D, Chandigarh [email protected] 011-23991876 (O) DELHI Gp Capt (Retd) RK Sharma 011-23969260 (O) Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Opp Tis Hazari Court No.1, Rajpur Road Delhi - 110 054 0413-2253107 (O) PUDUCHERRY (UT) Col (Retd) Jacob Mathen Anand 0413-2250575 (F) Director 09443228260 (M) Deptt of Sainik Welfare Jawan Bhavan Complex, Lawspet Main Road, Pakkamudayanpet, Puducherry - 605 008

CHAPTER 8

SECTION VI

LOCATIONS OF SAINIK WALFARE/RAJYA SAINIK BOARDS

Sl No. 1

No of ZSBs 23

Office/ District

Name, Designation & Address

Telephone No.

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

2

00

Deptt of Relief, Rehabilitation & Settlement

3

10

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

4

09

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

5

08

Dte of Sainik Welfare

6

00

Rajya Sainik Board

ANDHRA PRADESH Brig (Retd) CS Vidyasagar Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Block IV, II Floor , Gruhakalpa Complex, MJ Road, Nampally, Hyderabad - 500 001 ARUNACHAL PRADESH Shri K Kholie Director Dte of Relief, Rehabilitation & Settlement, Govt of Arunachal Pradesh, New Itanagar -791110 ASSAM Col (Retd) DK Chakrabarty Director Directorate of Sainik Welfare Sainik Bhavan, Lachit Nagar Guwahati - 781 007 (Assam) BIHAR Shri Baidyanath P Daftuar, IAS Director Sainik Kalyan Nideshalaya Home Deptt, Old Secretariat, Barrack No.10, Patna - 800015 CHHATTISGARH Lt Col (Retd) SV Uttarwar(Offg) Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare, CG Near Collectorate Parisar Behind Home Guard Office Raipur - 492 001 GOA

Maj (Retd) Venugopal Nair Secretary Deptt of Sainik Welfare Collectorate Building,Panaji - 403 001

040-24736890 (O) 040-27990144 (R) 09440401470 (M) 040-24747991 (F) [email protected]

0360-2212282 (O) 0360-2290778 (R) 0360-2212282 (F) 0360-2213615 (F) 09436041927 (M) 0361-2522229 (O) 0361-2412196 (R) 0361-2522229 (F) 09435192386 (M) [email protected] 0612-2217301 (O) 0612-2217301 (F) 0612-2280333 (R)

0771-2445165 (O) 0788-2352529 (R) 0771-2420084 (F) 09826122742 (M) [email protected]

0832-2227138 (O) 08322443236 (R) 0832-2227138 (F) 09420686834 (M) secyrsbgoagmail.com

2

7 05 Deptt of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement GUJARAT Lt Col (Retd) Kishor Sinh Gohil Director Directorate of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement, Block No. 6, 3rd Floor, Old Sachivalaya Dr Jivaraj Mehta Bhavan Gandhinagar - 382 010 HARYANA Brig (Retd) KS Budhwar Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Sainik Bhawan, Sector 12 Shaheed Capt Rohit Kaushal Marg Panchkula - 134 109 (Haryana) HIMACHAL PRADESH 079-23251295 (O) 079-23251296 (O) 079-23251298 (O) 079-23251294 (F) 079-23245346 (R) [email protected]

8

19

Rajya Sainik Board

0172-2560462 (O) 0172-2560462 (F) 0172-2562102 (R) 09888527189 (M)

9

10

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

Capt (Retd) JC Katoch (OSD)

Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Govt of Himachal Pradesh Hamirpur - 177 001 JAMMU AND KASHMIR Brig (Retd) RS Langeh, VSM Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Ambphalla Jammu - 180 005 (J & K) JHARKHAND Col AP Singh (Offg)

01972-221854 (O) 01972-224659 (O) 01972-225961 (R) 01972-225643 (F) 09418090708 (M) 0191-2561547 (O) 0191-2465141 (R) 0191-2575362 (F) 09419180672 (M)

10

10

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

11

04

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

Director

Sainik Kalyan Nideshalaya Ranchi (Jharkhand) KARNATAKA Col (Retd) CM Uthaiah Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare & Resettlement Fd Mshl KM Cariappa Bhavan No 58, Fd Mshl KM Cariappa Road, Bangalore - 560 025 KERALA Shri KK Govindan Nair Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Vikas Bhavan Thiruvananthapuram - 695033

0651-2330178 (O) 0651-2330469 (R) 0651-2331434 (F) 09431105964 080-25589459 (O) 080-28445706 (R) 080-25589459 (F) 09886205130 (M) [email protected]

12

11

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

13

14

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

0471-2304980 (O) 0471-2472401 (R) 0471-2304980 (F) 0471-2329279 (R) 09447030498 (M) [email protected]

3

14 24 Deptt of Sainik Welfare MADHYA PRADESH Col (Retd) CP Grover (Offg) Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Southern Shopping Centre Guru Teg Bahadur Complex TT Nagar, New Market, P.B.NO 364, Bhopal - 462003 MAHARASHTRA Col (Retd) Col Bhagatsinh Deshmukh Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare Maharashtra State `Raigad', Opp National War Memorial, Solapur Road, Ghorpadi, Pune - 411 001 MANIPUR Lt Col H Sharat Singh (Retd) Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Sainik Rest House Opp. Lamphel Police Station Imphal - 795 004 (Manipur) MEGHALAYA Brig WJB Sturgeon, YSM, SM Director Directorate of Sainik Welfare Public Service Commission Building, Beyond DC Building Shillong - 793 001 MIZORAM Col (Retd) John Zama, SM Director Deptt of Sainik Welfare & Resettlement, Tuikual `A', PB No. 119 Aizawl - 796 001 NAGALAND Brig (Retd) Brij Pal Singh Secretary Rajya Sainik Board Home Deptt, Home Branch Nagaland Civil Sectt. Kohima - 797 001 0755-2553992 (O) 0755-2666081 (R) 0755-2577209 (F) 09993030601 (M) [email protected] [email protected]

15

30

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

020-26332763 (O) 020-26332764 (O) 020-26334427 (F) 020-26850613 (F) 09422314276 (M) [email protected] [email protected] 09862672547 (M)

16

02

Rajya Sainik Board

17

01

Dte of Sainik Welfare

0364-2225613 (O) 0364-2536574 (R) 0364-2225613 (F) 09436101551 (M) rsb_megha@yahoo .com

18

02

Deptt of Sainik Welfare

0389-2322732 (O) 0389-2322732 (F) 0389-2325811 (R) 09436142593 (M) [email protected]

19

05

Rajya Sainik Board

0370-2270029 (O) 0370-2221991 (R) 0370-2270029 (F) 09436011600 (M)

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