Where are the boys? Three girls from Vidya shortlisted for Indian Navy SSB . . .

News & Events Editorial Team extends hearty congratulations to the three girls from the 2019 pass out batches of B Tech (CE) programme who have been shortlisted for participation in the selection process of the Services Selection Board of the Indian Navy.  They were selected during an initial screening held in Vidya on 5 August 2018 as part of the University Entry Scheme 2018 (UES 2018) of the Indian Navy. Interestingly, from Vidya, only these three girls were selected even though there were a large contingent of boys competing against them. Students, staff and management of Vidya wish Krishna K S, Arya K Sand Gopika R T, the the three girls, all the very best for the selection process that is being held at Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) from January 31, 2019.

Services Selection Board (SSB) is an organization that assesses the candidates for becoming officers into the Indian Armed Forces. The Board evaluates the suitability of the candidate for becoming an officer using a standardized protocol of evaluation system which constitutes of personality and intelligence tests and interviews. An SSB comprises of a panel of assessors who are officers in Indian Armed Forces and having their specializations as Psychologists, Group Testing Officers and Interviewing Officers. There are ten Service Selection Boards across India, out of which three boards are for Indian Army, four boards are for Indian Air Force and three boards for Indian Navy. SSB is a 5–6 days evaluation process (Wikipedia).