JOB POST: Indian Army’s Judge Advocate General; Apply by Feb 2

The Indian Army is looking for the best and the brightest LAW GRADUATES Married/Unmarried men and unmarried women for grant of Short Service Commission in the Indian Army for Judge Advocate General Dept.

The Judge Advocate General Department, commonly known as JAG, consists of legally qualified Army officers who have knowledge of military law and provide legal help to the military in all aspects. [The Hindu]

Vacancies: Men – 10, Women – 04.

Conditions of Eligibility

(a) Nationality. Must be an Indian Citizen.

(b) Age Limit. 21 to 27 years (Born not earlier than 02 Jul 88 and not later than 01 Jul 94).

(c) Educational Qualification: Minimum 55% aggregate marks in LLB Degree (three years professional after graduation or five years after 10+2 examination). The candidates should be eligible for registration with Bar Council of India/State. Candidate should from a College/University recognized by Bar Council of India.

Cost to Company (CTC): The CTC for a Lieutenant would be approximately Rs. 65000/- per month. This includes Basic Pay, DA, Grade Pay, Military Service Pay, Tech Pay, House Rent Allowance and Transport Allowance. These rates are not statutory and are subject to change.

Privileges: In addition to the CTC mentioned above, Army provides free Medical facilities for Self & dependents, Canteen facilities, Entitled Ration, Mess/ Club/Sports facilities, Furnished Govt Accommodation, Car/Housing Loan at subsidized rates.

Full details are HERE.

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  1. i have compeleted my babl 5yrs course last year,now am practicing advocte in highcourt,my percentage is 49% oly,can i apply for this

  2. EqualitySeeker says:

    Why are married men allowed to apply, whereas married women are debarred from the same? Why the double standard in this day and age?
    Even if the logic is that the officers would be transferred from one place to another which would supposedly interfere with the so called bounden duty of a woman to take care of the home and hearth, where do they get off prioritizing her domestic “duties” over her career? Shouldn’t it be entirely upto her how she manages all her various roles? And if domestic duties are SO important, how can they condone a married man leaving his wife in a different city or shunting his family around the country?
    This notification is ridiculous. Why don’t the powers that be realize how outdated their values have become, and attempt to keep up with the times? This is pathetic.

  3. Himanshu gupta says:

    Does an upsc exam is compulsory for for jag

  4. Ishita Banerjee says:

    Hi,
    I am final year student pursuing B.A.LL.B and will be completing law by june 2016 and my query is whether registeration with bar council of india or state bar council is essential requisite before apearing for SSB or having a law degree will suffice.
    kindly do let me know at the earliest.

    • Vinay Thakur says:

      You should be eligible to be registered with Bar council of India. It is not a nitty-gritty that you should be….

    • i got 50% only in llb degree i am from open category does i am eligible for recruitment

  5. Teresa Jijo says:

    When exactly does one have to apply? We can apply once we graduate or is it better to apply in the final year itself?
    Also, what exactly are the physical requirements for it?

  6. Any LL.B graduate with an 55% aggregate marks are of final semester of the final year LL.B can apply to this post., the procedure for applying is easily and online. The selection procedure includes 5 day’s programme and which demands both ur mental and physical streangth and skill.

    For all other detailed information visit Official page of “INDIAN ARMY” and also google it up for SSB.

  7. Could you please help me in knowing that when i should apply for this post.. im in 3rd year of my 5 year llb course..i.e BBALL.B. and also tell that from where will i get the applying form.
    Thank you.

  8. Nakul Dalakoti says:

    Hi,
    I will be a law graduate in 2017 and I’am currently in 2nd year of my 3yrs. LL.B course. I would like to go for it but I have a few questions
    1- How the selection takes place.. ie is there an exam for it…?
    2- What are physical requirements for it.?
    Thank you

  9. I hope yes!

  10. Does one need to have graduated already or can even final year students apply?

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