Best JAG SSB Interview Coaching in Delhi - Major Kalshi Classes



JAG, also called the Judge Advocate General Exam, is the one and only way to become a lawyer in the Indian Army. 

Here is full detail about JAG entry along with the eligibility criteria and SSB Interview illustrated in this content. We will frame all the beneficiaries' information about JAG Entry along with SSB Interview. 

To get to know about the accurate information, check the article below- 

JAG Entry is the direct SSB Interview Entry no written exam will be conducted by the Indian Army Authorities.  

Candidates are shortlisted on the basis of their graduation marks by the Major General of the Indian Army, then the selected candidates are called for the SSB interview which is likely to be held about five days and after the candidates who are recommended from the SSB Interview go for the medical examination in which Candidates should be mentally and physically fit in the Indian Army issued guidelines for the Medical Examination which is conducted by the Medical doctors in the Army Hospital.

So the selection of JAG Entry goes likely to be illustrated below - 

  1. Shortlisting of candidates on the basis of their Graduation (LLB)marks. 
  2. Shortlisted candidates appear in the SSB interview 
  3. Medical Examination 

The SSB Interview is more strenuous than any exam and interview in defence. 

You have to prepare your best to clear the SSB Interview to get commissioned. 

Now let's illustrate the SSB procedure of JAG Entry - 

After shortlisting candidates on the basis of (LLB) GRADUATION marks by the Major General of the Indian Army, the selected student will be called for SSB Interview. 

SSB (Service Selection Board) interview was conducted for five days. 

  • DAY 1 of SSB INTERVIEW- Day 1 is very vital because about 80% of candidates get disqualified in this round. 

Day 1 consists of 

  1. Reporting at MCO (Moment Control Office)
  2. Documents Verification 
  3. Forms Filling as per requirements 
  4. Testing 
  5. OIR (Officers Intelligence Rating) test 
  6. PPDT (Picture Perception and Description test)
  • DAY 2 of SSB INTERVIEW- After 1st day candidates are called for Psychological testing on the second day. 

Day 2 consists of 

  1. TAT (Thematic Apperception Test)
  2. WAT (Word Association Test)
  3. SRT (Situation Reaction Test)

Day 3 and 4 of SSB Interview- 

GTO (Group Testing Officer) is the most powerful person in the SSB Interview because he will spend two days of testing the abilities of candidates 

GTO Testing divided into following tasks- 

  1. (GD) Group Discussion
  2. (GPE) Group planning Exercise
  3. (PGT) Progressive Group Task 
  4. Group Obstacles Race 
  5. (HGT) Half Group Task 
  6. Lecturette 
  7. Individual Obstacles 
  8. Command Task 
  9. Final Group Task 

Day 5 of SSB Interview- A personal interview round is also organized on any day between the second to the fourth day. 

A personal Interview is an integral part of the SSB Interview process in which the details in the PIQ (Personal Information Questionnaire) form are matched with your personality so they need to be correct and genuine. 

From the above article, you get a piece of many information about JAG Entry, to get commissioned in the officer rank in the Indian Army join MKC Major Kalshi Classes PVT.LTD in Delhi is one of the finest defence training institutes for all the defence aspects like written examination, SSB Interview preparation, GTO Obstacles etc. If you are spending your valuable time looking for JAG Entry SSB Interview best coaching in Delhi, then you are in the right way. 

MKC i.e Major Kalshi Classes PVT.LTD in Delhi is well known for their all aspects mainly for their SSB Interview preparation.   

Indian Army JAG SSB Interview: Perks and Additional Benefits

Candidates seek to have a career in the government sector because of the job security and the additional perks and benefits. After completion of their probation period, there are several benefits that the candidates can enjoy. The following are some of the perks:

  • Pension
  • Paid holidays
  • Government accommodation.
  • Transport facility or vehicle.
  • Increments and incentives.
  • The ability to work from home.
  • Ample paternal and maternal leave.
  • Job training.
  • Medical facilities.
  • Fixed personal pay.
  • Professional development.
  • Leave and travel concession.
  • Health insurance.
  • Child safety.
  • Bonus.
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