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If you are looking for the best coaching for CWE Coaching in Ranchi, you are on the right page. Yes, Major Kalshi Classes provide the best  Coaching for CWE ENTRY INDIAN ARMY  in your city Ranchi.  We deliver the best CWE    Guidance for all the Defence Exams. The various entries for which candidates must clear the SSB Interview are NDA, CDS, AFCAT, CAPF, Indian Coast Guard, TES, TGC, B.Tech Navy Entry, TA, INET, CWE, NCC Special Entry, and many more.

Whether Indian Army, Navy or Air Force, we offer the best in class infrastructure and an experienced faculty that comprises Ex- SSB Interviewers and Subject Matter Experts. The Services Selection Board conducts the 5-Day SSB Interview to shortlist candidates that can be trained in various Defence Academies like the IMA, INA, OTA, and AFA to join the Indian Armed Forces as commissioned officers.

Commission Worthy Scheme Entry For Sailors To Become Officers-

There are various entries through which a PBOR can become an Officer in Indian Military. Although you cannot become a Commissioned Officer in the Air Force being a PBOR, you can become a Commissioned Officer in the Army or Navy. While Army has plenty of opportunities for a soldier to become a commissioned officer, the Navy has CW (Commissioned Worthy) Scheme and a very rare – Special Duties (SD) Scheme. 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 branches. Today, the CW scheme has become a full-fledged entry for sailors to become officers. The selection under the CW scheme is conducted bi-annually at six monthly intervals. 

About Commission Worthy Scheme

The CW Scheme offers young sailors an opportunity for grant of permanent commission in the Navy with an aim to select deserving sailors from all branches and give them appropriate in-service training so as to make them General List officers at par with the entrants through other schemes.

Eligibility Criteria


Non-Artificer sailors shall be under 22½ years of age and Artificers under 24 years of age as on 01 January of the year in which the course commences.

All cases of upper age limit relaxation up to one year are to be forwarded to IHQ of MoD(Navy) subject to the following :-

(a) An applicant should have applied for commission under the scheme whilst within the above-prescribed age limit.

(b) An application for relaxation of age should be forwarded to IHQ of MoD(Navy)/DOP through the Administrative Authority and Bureau of Sailors.

(c) Relaxation of age limit under the power of the Chief of the Naval Staff will be considered after a candidate has qualified through the SSB/NSB.


Minimum educational qualification will be 10+2 with Physics and Maths.

A Non-Artificer sailor should have completed his induction training including 3rd class specialist qualification, where applicable, before appearing for the written examination.

An Artificer sailor should hold the rank of Artificer 5th class or higher.

Marital Status:

Sailors who are married will not be provided married accommodation nor allowed to live with their families while undergoing training. Those who are unmarried will not be allowed to marry till they become Sub Lieutenants.

Medical Standards

A sailor should be in the medical category S 1 A 1. Those in the temporary lower medical category may be permitted to apply but their cases shall be decided on merit by the IHQ of MoD(Navy). Request for consideration in such cases should be forwarded immediately on promulgation of results of CW written examination. Such sailors will be directed to report for SSB only on approval of IHQ of MoD(Navy).

How to Apply?

Sailors desirous of the grant of the commission under this scheme should apply on the proforma placed in Appendix ‘A’. The Commanding Officer is to forward the applications to the Bureau of Sailors so as to reach by 30 Apr / 31 Oct each year. Commanding Officers, while completing the remarks column of an application, should consider the power of expression, personal habits, and moral conduct of the sailor.

All applications are required to be forwarded to CABS with appropriate remarks as to whether the sailor is ‘recommended’ or `not recommended. In cases where the educational qualification mentioned in the Service Documents is below 10 + 2 with Physics and Maths, the original educational certificate is to be attached with the application form or submitted directly to the Preliminary Screening Board. The date of application is to be endorsed on Page 13 of the Service Documents. If a candidate fails to qualify at any stage, a fresh application form is to be submitted for each subsequent attempt.

Selection Procedure

Preliminary Screening Board (PSB)

The Bureau of Sailors will scrutinize the applications for errors and correctness of the facts stated therein and forward the names of eligible candidates to the respective Administrative Authorities and IHQ of MoD(Navy) / (DOP/DNE) by 31 May / 30 Nov every year.

Depending on the number of candidates, the Administrative Authorities convene one or more Boards to carry out the Preliminary Screening of candidates during the month of Jun / Dec. Each Board is headed by an officer of the rank of Captain as the President with three other officers of the rank of Commander as members.

In case of a sailor’s transfer to another unit, the Commanding Officer of the new unit deputies the sailor for interview by the Board in his Command, under intimation to the Bureau of Sailors. The Boards screen the applications and select candidates who have a reasonable chance of qualifying for the written examination and the SSB interview. The Board is guided by the following:-

(a) Screening of Service Documents and scrutiny of original educational certificate, in case educational qualification mentioned in the Service Document is below 10 + 2 with Physics and Maths. This certificate will be available with the application form or submitted by the candidate at the time of the Preliminary Screening Board interview.

(b) Assessment of officer-like qualities including the power of expression, personality, general knowledge, and common sense.

Written Examination

Sailors who pass the ‘Preliminary Screening’ are permitted to appear in a written examination. The written examination will be conducted by IHQ of MoD(Navy) / DNE online through ‘The Indian Navy Online Examination System (INEOS). Command Headquarters will be responsible for the smooth conduct of the Online examination at Designated Exam Centres (DECs). IHQ of MoD(Navy) / ONE will issue detailed instructions on the conduct of Online Exams.

If a ship is likely to be at sea during this period, candidates borne afloat are disembarked for the written examination, before a sea sortie. In case of a sailor’s transfer to another unit, the Commanding Officer of the previous unit informs IHQ of MoD(Navy) / DNE for change of exam center of the sailor to the nearest DEC of the next unit. Other details are given below:-

All candidates who have successfully qualified for the written examination will be sent for selection by the Services Selection Board in end Oct/end Apr. Sailors are to carry their Service Documents by hand.

Candidates who qualify in the SSB will be examined by a designated Medical Board, and if found fit, will be considered for final selection.

All sailors who are selected under this scheme shall be allotted branches depending upon the requirement of the Service and aptitude of the individual.

Number of Attempts Allowed

A candidate will be allowed to appear before the PSB only three times. The Board stamps the number of chances availed on the first page of the Service Document [IN 271(Rev)]. The Board declares results to candidates and forwards the consolidated results so as to reach the Bureau of Sailors by the end of Jun/end Dec. The results include separate lists of successful, unsuccessful, and absentee candidates. The Bureau of Sailors is to promulgate the list of candidates eligible to appear in the written examination by early Jul/early Jan.

Similarly, a candidate will be allowed to appear in the written examination only thrice, irrespective of the stage of selection reached in the previous attempts. To qualify for the written examination, a candidate must pass all papers in one attempt.


All candidates selected under the CW scheme will be designated as cadets and will undergo the four-year B-Tech course at INA, Ezhimala. Those who fail in the prescribed examination during training as Cadets and Midshipmen will be relegated by six months at a time and their promotion delayed accordingly. Penalty for failure after being promoted to Sub Lieutenant will be as applicable to Indian Naval Academy cadets.

A trainee, who fails to make adequate progress in the course may be withdrawn from training with the approval of IHQ of MoD(Navy)/(DNT/DOP). If a trainee is withdrawn while under training as a cadet, he will be reverted to his original rank and Branch as a sailor without loss of seniority for all purposes. In such cases, character and efficiency assessment for the period under training is to be completed by INA. If he is withdrawn after being promoted to Midshipman, he will be discharged from Service.

A candidate will be permitted to resign while undergoing training. In case he fails to complete the training for reasons within his control, he will be liable to refund such sum as decided by the Govt but not exceeding the amount incurred by the Govt on his training, messing, accommodation, and allied services.

MKC For CWE SSB Interview

This is a direct entry. In which you have to prepare for the  CWESSB interview. If you want to prepare for an SSB interview from a coaching institute, you should join Major Kalshi classes in Ranchi today. You can prepare for a  CWE SSB interview better under the guidance of experienced teachers of Major Kalshi Classes and retired Army Officers. To buy all other types of books related to  CWE SSB, you can get all the books popularly known as  CWE SSB by visiting the official website of Major Kalshi Classes and sitting at home. For more information, visit the official website of Major Kalshi Classes today and get information related to all types of examinations.

 CWE SSB Interview Selection Process

The  CWESSB Interview for the ACC Entry exam is held 5 days in a row. Candidates who pass the written exam are invited to the  CWESSB interview. During these five days, candidates are tested on a variety of parameters.

  • Day 1 (Stage I):
    • Intelligence test
    • Picture perception & Discussion test

Candidates who clear this stage have to appear for Stage II

  • Day 2 (Stage II):
    • Psychological test
    • Group task
    • Personal Interview
  • Day 3: GTO test
  • Day 2-4: Interviews

Day 5: Conference

MKC 14 Day  CWE SSB Training



DAY - 1

Introduction to SSB(5 days SSB Procedure, Officer Like Qualities & PIQ form)

DAY - 2


DAY - 3

Screening test, Mock practice and Feedback

DAY - 4

Introduction to Psychological Test & Thematic Apperception Test

DAY - 5

Word Association Test & SRT (Situation Reaction Test)

DAY - 6

Self-Description Test & Complete Psychological Test and Feedback

DAY - 7

OIR, (Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning class)

DAY - 8

Personal Interview Briefing

DAY - 9

Mock Interview & Feedback to Student

DAY - 10

Mock Interview & Feedback to Student

DAY - 11

G.T.O. Briefing, GD and Lecturette

DAY - 12

P.G.T, H.G.T, G.P.E, & G.O.R.

DAY - 13

IO, CT, FGT and Conference

DAY - 14


Complete Marking Scheme for  CWESSB Interview-

A minimum of 90 points must be obtained from each assessor.  CWESSB has a total of 900 points. It is then divided into four parts (psychology, GTO, interview, and conference round), with each test phase receiving 900/4=225 marks.



Minimum Marks for Recommendation
















CWESSB Marking Scheme: Points To Be Noted 

  • The Services Selection Board has backup marks of 225, and they began probing you in the conference round because they thought you were lacking in several areas. 
  • If they deem you fit, they will award you points to raise your cumulative score from the previous 240 to 360 or above (marks As Mentioned Above). 
  • As a result, you receive a minimum passing score of 360 (90X4). Furthermore, you finally get recommended.
  • If an assessor is uncertain about the evaluation of an applicant during the psychology test, he might consult another assessor. The GTO or the IO cannot use the option of getting a second opinion because they must evaluate a candidate's OLQs in real-time.
  • If someone is on the verge of receiving a third assessment but is recommended by two assessors, a review is conducted during a conference. In any event, if a psychologist does not deem someone suitable, they are not at all suggested.
  • All of these aspects of your personality are put together on the day of the conference to determine whether or not the applicant is qualified to serve as an officer in the armed forces.
  • Therefore, developing your thinking is the key to getting high marks. The  CWESSB's selection procedure is based on methodologies that evaluate candidates in light of the needs of the armed services. As a result, practice diligently and get ready for each SSB phase.

List Of Documents Required For The  CWE SSB Interview

  • Matriculation or Equivalent Certificate for verification of your date of birth. [Certificates issued by the board concerned (CBSE/State Boards/ICSE)/ admit Card/ Mark sheet/ Transfer/ Leaving Certificate etc in which date of birth is reflected are not acceptable proof of date of birth.] 
  • Marks Sheet of Matriculation or equivalent. 
  • Intermediate/ 10+2 pass certificate. 
  • Marks Sheet of Intermediate/10+2 examinations. 2 
  • Graduation Degree/ Provisional Degree showing clearly having passed the degree examination and eligible for award of degree.
  • Mark Sheets of all years/semesters. 
  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate. (Not required for wards of Battle Casualty).
  • One copy of the Online Application is duly signed and affixed with a self-attested photograph. (Applications of candidates serving in the Armed Forces should be duly countersigned by the Commanding Officer). 
  • Self Declaration Certificate (Only One SSB Appearance). Candidates can appear for ONLY one of the SSB interviews, that is, either for SSC (NT) -109 Course (Apr 2019) as a CDSE candidate OR NCC Spl Entry-45 Course (Apr 2019). A declaration to this effect needs to be filled and submitted by the candidates at the time of the SSB interview,
  • No Claim Certificate. 
  • Valid Proof of Identity with photograph - Aadhaar Card/ PAN Card/ Voter ID Card/ Passport. (m) Certificate for Not Having Duplicate Profiles/Registration IDs
  • For Candidates from Universities Following CGPA/ Grades System:- 
    • (i) Conversion Certificate regarding formulae for conversion of CGPA/ Grades into marks as followed by the University. 
    • (ii) Self-Certified Declaration Certificate (Aggregate Percentage) regarding aggregate percentage obtained. 
  • In Case Original Documents Submitted for Pursuing Higher Studies. Candidates are required to bring a Bonafide cum Custodian Certificate on original letterhead duly signed by the Principal/ Head of the institution where the documents have been submitted. 
  • Candidates Of Final Year/ Semester Of Graduation Degree Course should be able to furnish the proof of passing to the Directorate General of Recruiting by 01 Apr 2019 and produce the graduation degree certificate either before or within 12 weeks of commencement of the Course at the Training Academy. Such candidates are required to bring the following documents:- 
    • (i) Certificate on original letterhead duly signed by the Principal/ Head of the institution 
    • (ii) Self Declaration Certificate (Proof of Passing) regarding submission of Proof of Passing by the Candidate 
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