Major Kalshi Classes is the Best CWE coaching in Delhi.
BEST CWE COACHING IN DELHI
We, at Major Kalshi classes, have an excellent record of CWE selections over the years. We conduct various Mock Tests before the exams to strengthen the skills & fill the gaps in the preparation, if any, of candidates and provide them to attend individual doubt sessions if required regarding the preparation of the Interview Phase.
Major Kalshi Classes is the best CWE Coaching in India. We deliver the best CWE Guidance for all the Defence Exams. We provide the best coaching for the preparation of various national & state level defence competitive exams. We, at Major Kalshi classes, hold a prestigious position in the number of selections in competitive exams like NDA, Air force, Navy, Army, and Coast Guard.
Whether Indian Army, Navy or Air Force, we offer the best-in-class infrastructure and an experienced faculty that comprises Ex- Defence Interviewers and Subject Matter Experts. Being a premier defence services coaching institute, we know that it is essential to notify candidates about the general information in the Commission Worthy Examinations (CWE) Examination being conducted by the Bureau of Sailors. This is a competitive exam. Through this examination process, candidates are recruited as sailors in the Indian Navy. Learn about the CWE Exam Pattern, Eligibility Criteria, and through this article by the experts present at Major Kalshi Classes for Coaching, preparation and selection.
Eligibility Criteria for CWE Scheme
· Age: Non-Artificer sailors must be under the age of 22.5 years, and Artificers must be under the age of 24 as of January 1st, the following year.
· 1-Year age relaxation is granted to the applicants if applied for commission under the scheme while still within the above-mentioned age limit.
· After a candidate has qualified through the SSB/NSB exam, the Chief of the Naval Staff has the authority to relax the age limit of candidates.
· The application for age relaxation should be sent to the IHQ of the MoD (Navy)/DOP via the Administrative Authority and the Bureau of Sailors.
Educational Qualifications for CWE Scheme:
· The applicant must have a 10+2 intermediate in Physics and Math. Sailing without a 10+2 qualification, you will have to require the original educational certificate to be submitted with the application form or directly to the Preliminary Screening Board (PSB).
· Before appearing in the written exam, a Non-Artificer sailor should have completed his induction training completely.
· A sailor with a rank of Artificer 5th class or higher is considered as an Artificer.
Eligible sailors interested in receiving commission should fill out the proforma found in Appendix ‘A’ in the notification. The Commanding Officer then forwards all the applications received to the Bureau of Sailors by the 30th of April / 31st of October of each year.
Commanding Officers (CO) can provide feedback in an application’s remarks column. The remarks are based on the sailor’s ability to express himself, personal habits, and moral conduct in a well-mannered way.
CABS receives all the applications and forwards them with appropriate comments. If a sailor fails to qualify at any stage of the examination process, he or she must submit a new application form for each subsequent attempt to appear for the next stage.
For selection, all the candidates must go through the Preliminary Screening Board (PSB). Preliminary screening of all the candidates takes place during the months of June and December, depending on the number of candidates who applied in the same year.
The CW Scheme also earlier known as the Upper Yardmen Scheme – was used to select suitable candidates from the lower deck for promotion to the rank of Acting Sub-Lieutenant in all of the branches. Today, the CW scheme has become a full-fledged entry for the sailors to become ranking officers. The selection under the CW scheme is conducted bi-annually at 6-month intervals.
A candidate is only allowed to take the written exam and PSB 3 times. The number of chances available is stamped on the first page of the Service Document [IN 271(Rev)] by the Selection Board.
The Screening Board announces results to candidates and sends all candidates’ consolidated results to the Bureau of Sailors by the end of June/December of the same year.
There are separate lists of successful, unsuccessful, and absentee candidates in the results declared in June/December. By starting of July/Jan, the Bureau of Sailors will have published the list of candidates eligible to take the written examination.
We, here, extensively, at the Delhi centre train candidates for the Commission Worthy Examination by providing detailed insight to this whole Process. Students from our coaching centre have secured selections into BSF, CISF, ITBP, CRPF, SSB, NSG and AR.
We have the most experienced team of officers including EX-interviewing Officers who ensure that candidates must get more than enough written as well as all-over training for the defence exams through various ground-level training facilities which are present in our coaching.
We, here at MKC, provide infrastructure and atmosphere much & better aligned with your CW exam preparation till the final stage. We will provide a much-stimulated environment which will support & strengthen your whole personality as required by the Bureau of Sailors recruitment.