SSB Interviews

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The existing system of Selection of officers for the Indian Armed Forces through the Service Selection Board was introduced way back in 1940. It was during the period of the Second World War and was necessitated by the fact that Emergency Commission was offered to the Indians. The main objective of the Selection Board is to select suitable candidates who possess the qualities associated with an officer and who would be able to perform their duties efficiently both in time of war and peace. The basic idea is to choose the right person for the right job. Hence the methods adopted by the Service Selection Board are based on modern techniques and scientific study. The credit for the evolution of these tests goes to experienced psychologists and their reliability has been proved over a long period of time. Permanent Selection Boards have been established at Bangalore in the South, Allahabad in the East, and at Bhopal in Central India. Similar boards have also been established for recruitment to the Air Force at Dehradun, Mysore and Varanasi. COMPOSITION OF SERVICE SELECTION BOARDS Each Service Selection Board consists of three teams, namely, 1. The Interviewing Officers who comprise the President and the Deputy President and the Interviewing Officers. 2. The Group Testing Officers who are popularly known as GTO s. Each Board consists of four GTO s. 3. The Psychologists who are four on each board. One of them sets the written paper but the answer books are assessed by all of them to expedite the work. 1
A Service Selection Board has the following panel of members 1. The President who is usually a Colonel or a Captain of I.N. Air Commodore Group Captain. 2. The Deputy President who is a Lieutenant Colonel or a Commander of I.N. and Group Captain Wing Commander of Air Force. 3. The senior GTO who is a Major or Lt. Commander of I.N. Wing Commander in Air Force. There are three GTO s who are all Majors. Lt. Cols. Wing Commanders. 4. The senior psychologist or technical officer who is a Major equivalent. 5. Three assistant psychologists who are Military or Civilian