Indian Navy Air Traffic Contol Officers

Indian Navy recruits young and talented candidates in its air traffic control branches as short service commissioned officers.

Eligibility Criteria-

Applicants who want to become an air traffic control officer in Indian Navy should fulfill the following eligibility criteria as per the official notification.

Both male and female applicants may apply for Indian Navy’s ATC short service commission course.

Age of the applicant applying for ATC branch should be between 19 1/2 years to 25 years as in January in the year of application.

Educational Qualification-

B.Sc. in Physics/Maths/Electronics with minimum 60% or M.Sc. in Physics/Maths/Electronics with minimum 55%.

Applicants should have eye sight not worse than 6/9, 6/9 correctable to 6/6, 6/6 with glasses for air traffic control branch course.

Also, candidates wishing to become an air traffic control officer in Indian Navy should not have color blindness or night blindness.

Minimum height of applicants should be 157 Cms for male applicants and 152 Cms for female candidates.

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