How to Join Pak Navy After After Bachelors (BS):
The Pakistan Navy offers a Short Service Commission on completion of a BS qualification to serve as a lieutenant officer. This offer stands on the basis of a successful completion of training. Men and women who are interested in serving the Pakistan Navy as a permanent commission officer should pay close attention to this article, as it will provide a good guide of the necessary steps that need to be taken in order to achieve your goal. The Short Service Commission in Pakistan Marine force is a course that is offered twice a year and is compulsory for any candidate willing to join Pak Navy.
The Short Service Commission is offered in the Navy Education branch as well as in the Pakistan navy Psychologist Branch. Individuals who have achieved a minimum pass mark of 60% in their respective qualification (M.ED, B.ED, Physics, Islamiat, Psychology, Mathematics, or English) will qualify to undergo the Short Service Commission.
You may also join if you form part of the education branch, SSC commission and lieutenant rank, are qualified in BS or a programme in Physics or Islamiat, are at the age of 28 years, and have a height of 5.4’’. In addition, you may apply if you belong to the education branch as a Psychologist, are part of the SSC commission, or lieutenant rank, are qualified in BS in psychology, are 28 years of age, and have a height of 5.4’’.
Procedure of selection:
An entrance test will be done, entailing a MCQ type of intelligence test. This will be followed by a subject test and a preliminary medical examination. Interviews will take place at the Naval selection centres. ISSB tests and interviews will be done, a medical examination of ISSB Recommended candidates will take place at the nearest CMH or PNS Shifa. Thereafter, an interview by the PN selection board will be completed. Lastly, a final selection will be made by the Naval headquarters based on your performance.
How to apply:
Applicants can register at the official Pakistan navy website. A compulsory fee of RS 200 should be paid, or it can be paid in cash on the day of the entrance test. On the day of the test, the original CNIC as well as the registration slip should be presented.