SBP institute today stands as a premier Coaching Institute for imparting education to students who aspire to join the Indian Armed Forces. We have dynamic Ex-Armed forces personnel who have served as assessors at SSB / Training / Administration / Academics and competent faculties of Math / Physics / English Grammar / General Studies with minimum 13 years of experience, who can teach in Hindi / English both languages.

We offer you a platform to explore the opportunities in a challenging environment. We heartily welcome the most passionate candidates to join our SBP institute and invest their potential for radiant future.

SBP institute is India’s leading institute for NDA CDS AFCAT NAVY AND many other DEFENCE COURSES that offers high quality coaching additives to the applicants looking forward to make a bright career in Defense. We own a team of highly experienced faculty that directs the individuals throughout their way to gain the verge over the tough competitive era and secured a respected post in different academies of defense services


The job satisfaction associated with a career in the Armed Forces is second to none. Protecting your country gives you a sense of purpose & responsibility. Even others seem to see it that way. Squadron Leader Mukherjee (retd.), presently flying for Air India, fondly remembers, “The kind of respect and authority that serving Officers command both within the services and among civilians can never be matched by any other profession.” A career in the defense forces also gives one, a taste of India. Defense personnel get the unique opportunity to travel to and interact with people from the remotest corners of India as part of their duties. One learns how to deal with people from different backgrounds, respect others’ opinions and lead from the front.


The Union Public Service Commission recruits the Commissioned Officers in the Armed Forces by conducting mainly the two all India Competitive Examinations.

Reasons to join as an Officer:

Professional Advancement
Job Satisfaction
Job Security
Economic Stability
Excellent Social Status
Quality of Life
Variety and Adventure
Foreign Courses and Posting
Post Retirement Benefits
Various Training Programs
Professional Enhancement

As an Indian Army officer at 21, you’d be looking at a lifestyle that one cannot imagine in any other profession, so early in life. What compromises “Quality of Life”? On one hand is a job with a thick pay packet but with the drudgery of 9AM to 9PM schedule, no avenues and time for extracurricular activities, no scope for adventure and excitement, no social status, lack of family life, threat of being terminated with a month’s salary, working in suffocating environment with no self respect and honor. On the other hand is a job which offers you challenge, adventure, excitement, honor, prestige, self respect, whole some family life, safety and security for the family and to top it all the love, respect and esteem of our great India. In the somewhat chaotic social and economic conditions that prevail in our country, Army life is an island of sanity and social order that is the envy of our countrymen. Quality of life is an important attribute of Army life, and has no parallel in any other service. Some of the intangibles, which go to make the quality of life in the Army, are:-

Service of the motherland.
A profession to be proud of
Opportunity to travel and know the country and its people/culture/flora and fauna
Opportunity to serve and represent the nation abroad
A pure and noble profession
Honor and social status
No stagnation, a new challenge every day.
Opportunity for growth
Sports and adventure activity
Messes, clubs and institutions facilities
Education facilities – Both school and professional colleges for children
AWWA hostel for girls in metros
Army ensures your physical and mental health.
(Quality of life ensured not only for officers, but also families.


Apart from recruitment through the UPSC, the commissioned officers are also recruited in Army through the Non-UPSC entries.

The Army offers both permanent and short service commissions. Permanent commission (PC) is granted through the Indian Military Academy (IMA) Dehradun and Short Service Commission (SSC) is granted through Officers Training Academy (OTA) Chennai. When you opt for ‘PC’, you are basically looking at a permanent career in the Army, a career till you retire. SSC is a wonderful option for all those of you who aspire to serve it for a few years. It gives you the option of joining the Army, and serving it as a commissioned officer for five years. Once your tenure is over, you are allowed to opt for PC. Alternatively, you can also ask for a five years extension and can choose to resign from your post any time during this period.


Recruitment of Officers through Non- UPSC Entries: Recruitment of Commissioned Officers in the Indian Air Force is mainly done through the UPSC. For technical branches, women special entry scheme, National Cadet Corps – External website that opens in a new window (NCC) special entry scheme, service entries, recruitment is made directly through the Recruiting Directorate for the Indian Air Force.

As an officer in the Indian Air Force – External website that opens in a new window you will strategise, lead and manage. Depending on your qualifications, you could join one of the various branches in the IAF. Broadly the Air Force has three branches with further sub-streams.


A job in the Navy offers you a chance to exploit your true potential as a professional – by learning new skills, acquiring unrivaled experience in the process of applying those skills, and making the most of Navy advancement.

In the Indian Navy, you will find there’s much more to be gained than a regular salary. In fact, the experience that you gain in the Navy can help you shape your future through outstanding financial benefits, unparalleled career potential, and the lifestyle of freedom and personal growth that you’ve been waiting for.


The life of a Coast Guard officer is a happy with mix of many things such as hard work, professionalism, risk and adventure and the opportunity to move around and visit different places within India and abroad. Onboard a Coast Guard ship is engaging, adventurous and challenging experience for youngsters. From saving human lives at sea and assisting fishermen in peril, to apprehending poachers and preserving marine biodiversity, job satisfaction comes easy to a “Coast Guardsman”. Each day at sea is filled with promise, and each mission is different in an inimitable way.


Indian Paramilitary forces have also recruit for various posts time to time. Following are the seven Central Armed Police Forces which come under the preview of Ministry of Home Affairs.

Assam Rifles (AR) is a potent organization with 46 battalions and its associated command and administrative back up. It is designated by the GoM committee as the Border Guarding Force for the Indo-Myanmaar border and is also its lead intelligence agency.

Border Security Force (BSF) is a Border Guarding Force of India. It is a Union Government Agency under the administrative control of Ministry of Home Affairs. It is one of many law enforcement agencies of India. It currently stands as the world’s largest border guarding force.

Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is a premier multi-skilled security agency which provides security cover to nuclear installations, space establishments, airports, seaports, power plants, sensitive Government buildings and ever heritage monuments.

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is an armed Force of the Union of India, with the basic role of striking reserve to assist the State/Union Territories in Police operations to maintain law and order and contain insurgency.

Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) is a specialized mountain Force and most of the officers & men are professionally trained mountaineers and skiers.

National Security Guard (NSG): It is a task-oriented Force and has two complementary elements in the form of the Special Action Group (SAG) comprising Army personnel and the Special Ranger Groups (SRG), comprising personnel drawn from the Central Para Military Forces/State Police Force. All the personnel are on deputation.

Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) is a Border Guarding Force (BGF) under the administrative control of the Ministry of Home Affairs.


There are numerous instances of individuals who take premature retirement from the services and do well in life in alternate fields.

Army Officers are perceived quite rightly as strict disciplinarians with a reputation for neatness, punctuality and efficiency in dealing with all sorts of people. This impression usually lands them good positions in the security or personnel departments of companies. With their clear thinking and a no-nonsense attitude, they make it to advisory positions at the top management of organizations.

Navigation Officers in the Navy generally join the Merchant Navy as Captains. Alternatively, Indian Naval Officers can take up shore jobs in shipping companies. It is also commonly observed that sailors (NCOs) of the Indian Navy usually join the Merchant Navy as Electrical or Engineering Officers.

Ex-Indian Air Force Officers encounter few problems making the switch to commercial airlines. In fact, most of Air India’s senior commanders have an Air Force background. Apart from a career in flying, many IAF pilots also opt for teaching assignments as instructors in flying clubs or even set up training academies of their own.