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Default Is colorblind eligble for NAVY SSC post on PhD qualification

I have a PhD degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, I have applied for "Lt Cdr - WE/ME - PhD/MS Electrical/Electronics" in weapon Engineering and special branch. I am colorblind. My question is am I eligible for this position or for Pak NAVY. I am very confused about either to appear for the test or not?

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I have a PhD degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, I have applied for "Lt Cdr - WE/ME - PhD/MS Electrical/Electronics" in weapon Engineering and special branch. I am colorblind. My question is am I eligible for this position or for Pak NAVY. I am very confused about either to appear for the test or not?



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Thank you for the reply.

With a Ph.D. degree from foriegn, I am not going to wars and I will probably work in an office doing some kind of research activity. So for such positions and with higher qualifications do they not give any relaxation. I Mean is your answer is based on any real example from someone you know, who was rejected due to his color blindness.

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Brother, to the best of my knowledge and experience with the recruitment process of all three stream forces, they are not going to tolerate even a minute disability. This is a uniform job irrespective of the scope of job so color blindness will not be facilated. And i am sure about it.

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