Jai Hind Warriors,
- Familiarity with Process – To achieve better results, understanding of the process is very essential. Once you understand the process, it helps in managing your psyche and physical energy, which takes your performance to the next level. During SSB Training Sessions, candidates are exposed to SSB like environment and made to undergo practise sessions to get familiar with the process.
- Overcome Fear of the Unknown – Once familiarity with process increases, candidates start feeling the pulse of the process which gradually enhances comprehension and a better understanding of testing tools.
- Self – Introspection – Candidates after having undergone rigorous training, would be in a position to do self-introspection which helps them in identifying their strengths and weaknesses. Exercise for identification of strengths and weaknesses takes him to the next level i.e. setting short term goals to improve upon identified weak areas
- We will provide you with in-depth knowledge about the selection procedure of SSB so that you get recommended in your very first attempt.
Profile of the SSB Assessor:
Col Kulwant Kataria, Sena Medal
- Infantry officer having 30 Years of experience in Training & Assessment.
- Awarded Sena Medal (Gallantry)
- Psychologist (trained by DIPR), served with SSB Allahabad and assessed over 2000 candidates
- Instructor at Indian Military Academy, Dehradun and trained over 1000 cadets
- Managed Officers’ Selection and Recruitment of 10 Service Selection Boards at Army Headquarters, New Delhi
- Member of the committee which was instrumental in designing New De Novo Selection System
- Corporate Leadership trainer and Behavioural Assessor.
- OIR Tests
- Story Narration
- Group Discussion
- Group Discussion
- Group Planning Exercise
- Progressive Group Task
- Group Obstacle Race
- Half Group Task
- Individual Obstacle Race
- Command Task
- Final Group Tasks
Here is the Pay Scale of Indian Armed Forces Officer
|Rank||Level||(Pay in Rs.)|
|Lieutenant||Level 10||56,100 – 1,77,500|
|Captain||Level 10 B||6,13,00-1,93,900|
|Major||Level 11||6,94,00 – 2,07,200|
|Lieutenant Colonel||Level 12A||1,21,200 – 2,12400|
|Colonel||Level 13||1,30,600-2, 15,900|
|Major General||Level 14||1,44,200-2,18,200|
|Lieutenant General||Level 15||1, 82, 200-2,24,100|
|Lieutenant General (HAG +SCALE)||Level 16||2,05,400 – 2,24,400|
|VCOAS/Army Cdr/ (NFSG)||Level 17||2,25,000/-(fixed)|
|General (COAS)||Level 18||2,50,000/-(fixed)|