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SSC 53 Tech – SSCW 24 Tech Men and Women Indian Army Notification

Indian Army official website recently published the cutoff marks for SSC Tech 53 men and SSC Tech 24 women course. Based on the cut off marks, candidates have been shortlisted for the SSB interview for the SSC tech 53 and SSC tech 24 courses which will commence in October 2019 at OTA Chennai.

Candidates who have applied for the Indian Army SSC tech entry can check the SSC Tech 53 and SSCW Tech 24 Cut Off Marks and find their name in the list of shortlisted candidates.

Candidates are advised to select their SSB interview dates for SSC tech 53 and 24 by visiting join Indian army website.

SSC Tech 53 Cut Off Marks

  1. Least cut off :  50%
  2. Highest Cut off :  70% ( Mechanical Engineering)
  3. Total Vacancies : 175

SSC Tech Men 53 Cut off

To download the Official Notification of Cutt off marks of SSC Tech 53  CLICK HERE


SSC Tech Men 50 Notification 2018 Entry

SSC (Technical) Men & 21st SSC (Technical) Women Course April 2018:

Applications are invited from married/ unmarried male and unmarried female Engineering Graduates and also from widows of Defence Personnel for Grant of Short Service Commission in the Indian Army in all Arms/ Services. Course commencing in April 2018 at Officers Training Academy (OTA), Chennai (Tamil Nadu). Eligible candidates can apply online using below given official link from 02.08.2017 to 31.08.2017. Other details like age limit, selection process, application fee & how to apply are given below……….
Name of Course:
1. 50th SSC (Technical) Men
2. 21st SSC (Technical) Women
3. SSCW (Non Tech) for Widows of Defence Personnel


Candidates who have passed Engineering Degree or are studying in the final year examination of Engineering course are eligible to apply. The candidates appearing in the final year examination of Degree Course should be able to produce the Engineering Degree within 12 weeks from the date of commencement of training at OTA.

Age Limit:
For S.N. 1 & 2: Born before 02.04.1991 and not after 01.04.1998 (both days inclusive).
For S.N. 3: Born before 02.01.1989 and not after 01.01.1999 (both days inclusive).

Fees: There is no application fee for this recruitment.

How to Apply :

Eligible candidates can apply online from 02.08.2017 to 31.08.2017 using link given below. ​The applicant need not send any documents such as print out of online application.

Important Dates:
Start Date to Apply: 02.08.2017
Last Date to Apply: 31.08.2017

To Download the official notification Click Here.



This blog will help you in strategising your preparation and help you score the maximum in upcoming AFCAT exam.

  1. Identify your strong areas from English, Arithmetic Aptitude, Non-Verbal Aptitude, Verbal Aptitude, Static G.K., Current affairs. These are the sections which are asked in the exam.
  2. How to prepare for English?

The level of English being asked in AFCAT is quite high. Those of you who aren’t ardent readers of English newspapers and other literature should either develop their reading habits in these 60 days or leave it for good as there is negative marking in the exam. Those who read a little bit can perform better by putting in some more efforts by reading newspapers like ‘The Hindu’ and ‘The Indian Express’. When reading these papers, note down the difficult words and try to read the articles in one go without taking breaks. These two exercises will develop your vocabulary, reading comprehension and overall knowledge as well. Everyday, note down 5 idioms and phrases with their usage in common language. These exercises will fetch you significant marks in exam and an edge over other aspirants because most of them try to avoid attempting this particular section.

  1. How to prepare for Arithmetic Aptitude?

Arithmetic asked in the exam is simple and it can be easily attempted. Most of the candidates preparing for government exams and bank exams are proficient in it because of their regular practice. Those of you who haven’t touched the basic arithmetic ; in particular the engineering students who often don’t get time due to their vast syllabus of engineering can still perform better in it. The level is of class 10th only. What matters is speed over here. Arun Sharma is the best book for preparation not only for this exam, but any exam where arithmetic is asked. Solve the level 1 of each topic and you will easily sail through the arithmetic part of AFCAT. Increase your solving speed everyday as it will give you an edge always.

  1. How to prepare Verbal and Non-Verbal Aptitude?

It is easy but sometimes it can be tricky and make you get stuck in the middle of the paper. The key to solve this section is to solve as many problems as you can and improve your grasp and speed. There’s no set rule and syllabi for this section but you can practice it more and more from various portals available over the internet. Mind it, don’t purchase any test series from any institute because it’s not so difficult to attempt this section cent percent with complete accuracy. There are various apps available where you can practice and get a feel of real time exam with a timer. No need of purchasing any book for this section.

  1. How to prepare static G.K. and current affairs?

Without any hesitation or ay second thought, follow Unacdemy on YouTube. The way different subjects are explained over there can help you in cracking exams up to the level of SSC-CGL. Practice it on a daily basis on apps like Adda247, oliveboard etc. Many others are also available, you just have to be smart enough to choose what suits you the best.


At last, practice is the key and fully use the online material, apps with timing. Do your best as marks do determine your final merit. All the best.