Want to crack SSB and about to appear for SSB but have no idea about what SSB is? Read on to know about SSB interview procedure and best tips to crack the interview.
SSB stands for Services Selection Board. It is the one which conducts interviews for the shortlisted candidates at various locations in India. Services Selection Board is responsible for recommending the eligible candidates for Officer Cadre post in Indian defence forces. After conducting the SSB interview, the board sends the list of candidates who have cracked SSB interview for compilation of All India Merit List. All recommended candidate list once again will be shortlisted according to the all India merit. Final merit list will be released after one or two months by the SSB board and the candidates selected in this list will be commissioned into Indian armed forces as officers.
SSB has formed in India to recruit the officers in Indian armed forces. Since the committee is formed, the board has recommended the qualified candidates for the commissioning. The board is responsible for smooth operation of interview process. Almost the SSB interviews are carried out throughout the year. SSB boards recommend the persons who are actually qualified and suitable for the post to handle the extreme pressure.
Mainly SSB selects the right candidates according to the various tests designed to test the true inner psychology and the qualities of leadership. Physical fitness tests are also quite important as you have to be physically fit to work in most enduring situations in Army, Air Force and Navy. Whole process of SSB interview is completed in five days depending upon the SSB board you opt for. But for the most of the boards, five days is the exact time period in which you will be tested. The board comprises of psychologists, GTOs and president.
Five days of SSB interview is generalised here.
Candidates who are not recommended by the board will be routed back to their home. Recommended SSB candidates will have to appear in medical examination. Above SSB interview procedure is a generalised programme and it will vary slightly depending upon which service you want to join in Indian Armed Forces such as Army, Air Force and Navy.
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