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THE JAG  ENTRY  is based on LLB Graduation Marks. The candidate must have a three-year or five-year LAW Degree with a minimum 55%aggregate. And candidates should be registered with the state /Indian BAR COUNCIL  Through this application form shortlisting candidates are selected for the SSB interview stage. If you apply for JAG Entry then MAJOR KALSHI CLASSES In Meerut is the best option for you. We provide the best guidance with India's best facility. We build a candidate individually for all odds. MAJOR KALSHI CLASSES  its OWN GTO GROUND, MEDICAL FACILITY AND SPOKEN CLASS .our experienced team and mentor designed the best strategic study material to help candidates qualify for their recruitment .these all facilities to indicate MAJOR KALSHI CLASSES IN BEST INSTITUTE FOR JAG INTERVIEW IN Meerut. But many candidates do not have much knowledge about its process. If you want to know about JAG INTERVIEW read the article below

JAG (JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL) - Overview TABLE 

Exam Name

JAG (JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL) ENTRY

Conducting Body

INDIAN ARMY

Exam frequency in year 

Once a year

Mode of Application

Online

Application Fee (General)

No fees 

Written exam 

There is no written exam 

Pay scale 

Rs.56,100 – 1,77,500

Age limit 

21 to 27

 

JAG  SSB INTERVIEW:

JAG SSB INTERVIEW IS 5 DAYS PROCESS 

JAG SSB INTERVIEW  DAY-1: SCREENING PROCESS: 

  • Reporting ( at MCO moment control office)

  • Documents Check

  • Form filling

  • Testing

  • 1. Verbal, non-verbal intelligence test

  • 2. Picture Perception description test (PPDT)

  • 1 st on - OIR (Officer Intelligence Rating Test) -Paper 1 and Paper 2

OIR Tests are conducted with two sets  of questions; there are  both verbal and nonverbal reasoning. Candidates had to write their answers down and candidates will provide OMR sheets  for marking the solutions. The number of questions in each set and the time allowed for each set vary, and the pres-test briefing by the instructor so  candidates need to pay close attention.

2. PPDT (Picture Perception & Description Test) 

The Instructor  showed a  picture for candidates. The picture will be  (mainly blurry/hazy) for 30 seconds, and candidates have one minute to  observe the picture , the number of characters, their genders, their moods, and the action that is happening in the picture. Then candidates have four and a half minutes to write  a tale based story of their  findings.

Group Discussion (Gd)

 The GD  is totally based on communication skill. The candidates are divided  into groups of 10 to 15 aspirants, and each aspirant must share their story that  occurs in picture on their perspective  and last the group can come to a decision.

JAG SSB INTERVIEW DAY-2 : Psychological test :

Psychological test done in few step 

  1. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
  2. Word Association Test (WAT)
  3. Situation Reaction Test(SRT)
  4. Self-Description Test (SDT)

 

1. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)

  • Applicant  are given 4 minutes to write A story 
  •  Candidate shown  12 photos, 
  • 1 photo  is blank. 
  • The time restriction is put in place to assess each candidate's innate response.

2. Word Association Test (WAT)

  • The Aspirants  showed  60 words.
  •  They write a sentence that comes to mind  when they see the word .
  • And candidates give 15 seconds  after  every word to make a sentence .

3. Situation Reaction Test (SRT)

  • Candidates give a booklet A with 60 real-life situations; they must write their reactions to those situations. The total duration of this exercise is 30 minutes.

4. Self-Description Test (SDT)

  • Candidates must provide a brief self-description of the context in a few paragraphs.
  •  Write about your parents', instructors', friends, and other people's opinions as well as the traits you want to cultivate. This test has a 15-minute time limit.

JAG SSB Interview Day 3: Group Testing Officers Tests

Group Testing officers test is conducted in a few stages .

1.Group Discussion(GD)

2.Group Planning Exercise( GPE)

3.Progressive Group Task(PGT)

4.Group Obstacle Race (GOR)

5.Half Group Task (HGT)

 

1. Group Discussion (GD)

  • GD is done under the GTO.  In GD the theme is two types , One which the group selects  before exchanging opinions. 
  • And second The GTO provides a topic for  GD,
  • In the GD group did not need to reach a decision 

2. Group Planning Exercise (GPE)

  • In this Task  candidates have a map and situation they discussed below.

 

Using a map and the location, the GTO gives  a situation where there are a lot of  issues in a given situation. The candidates have 10 minutes to write their solutions using all of their resources, including their group.the candidate to be careful they are not alone they are in a group , which is then described by one of the participants.

3. Progressive Group Task (PGT)

This challenge consists of four different obstacle courses, each of which gets harder as it goes along. The group is expected to proceed and take on these buildings utilising their available aid, such as a rope, plank, balli, etc. There is also a load that needs to be carried. The group is required to abide by all GTO guidelines, which include:

(a) Rule of Color

  • White refers to both people and things.
  • Blue denotes a guy only.
  • Red is off-limits to everyone.

(b) The ground is off-limits to everyone.

(c) Rigidity Rule: Helping materials may be attached to the structures but not to one another.

(d) Rule Of Infinity: The start and end lines extend to infinity i.e can’t be crossed directly 

(e) Distance Rule: No distance greater than  4 feet can be jumped.

4. Group Obstacle Race (GOR)/ Snake Race

A sprint across four obstacles, including a single ramp jump, eight-shaped bars, a 10-foot wall, a double wall, a spider web, and an enormous slide, is one of the most enjoyable activities in the entire procedure. Red should not be touched by either a snake or my man, according to the guidelines. When navigating obstacles, the snake must be handled by a minimum of three people, and the GTO may apply a time penalty for infractions.

5. Half Group Task (HGT)

Similar To PGT, But With Only Two People In The Group And One Obstacle To Overcome.

JAG SSB Interview Day 4: Personal Interview:

Personal Interview is conducted in the following step 

1. Lecturette

2. Individual Obstacles (IO)

3. Command Task(CT)

4. Final Group Task (FGT)

5.Personal Interview (PI)

1. Lecturette 

The lecturette is a test of your self-assurance in front of a group of onlookers. Each officer is responsible for leading his men, inspiring them, and explaining the strategy. For this, you need to speak and sing with assurance. The SSB panel administers a test in GTO known as the lectures to verify all of these.

2. Individual Obstacles (IO)

The candidate must successfully navigate all 10 obstacles, each of which will provide a different score as displayed on them. The candidate may repeat the challenges, but only once he has cleared all 10. The 10 tasks are shown below with their respective scores.

  • Jumping over a single ramp   (1)
  • Jump over a Double Barrel    (2)
  • Balancing Beam                    (3)
  • Screen Jump                          (4)
  • Burma Bridge                        (5)
  • Tarzan Swing                         (6)
  • Double Platform Jump           (7)
  • Double Ditch                         (8)
  • Commando Walk                  (9)
  • Tiger Leap                              (10)

3. Command Task (CT)

The GTO calls each task candidate, in turn, selecting them at random, before asking them a series of questions and outlining a task resembling the PGT. Then he requests that the commander who is up for the job contact two of his team members as subordinates to assist him in getting past the obstruction.

4. Final Group Task (FGT)

As suggested by the name, the entire group is again given one obstacle that is comparable to PGT, which they must clear together.

5. Personal Interview (PI)

Any of the three days, following the conclusion of the examinations that day, may be used for the personal interview. The interviewing officer asks the student a variety of questions about his family, academics, involvement in sports and extracurricular activities, hobbies and interests, responsibilities, and general knowledge including knowledge of the forces, personal life, etc. based on information provided by the student in his PIQ (Personal Information Questionnaire). 

The average interview lasts for 40 minutes, while some may go for an hour or even just 5 minutes

SSB Interview Day 5: Conference Day

The Final Day is the Conference Day in the 5-Day SSB Interview. The assessor gives a final address before the conference of aspirants gets underway. All the officers who evaluated the Aspirants the previous days attend a board session that is held. Each assessor talks amongst themselves about a candidate's suitability.

The committee then makes recommendations after each Aspirant makes an individual appearance before the board and their overall evaluation is described. Situations are presented to the borderline Aspirants, and a group decision is made. The shortlisted applicants are kept on after the outcome is revealed for additional medical exams.

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