The application process for the recruitment of 912 male non-commissioned officer candidates to the Gendarmerie Coast Guard Academy will take place between 12 July and 8 August. In the announcement made by JGSA for the relevant recruitment, the candidates who will apply must be at least high school graduate or in a position to graduate from high school by the registration date, must not have completed the age of 21, and must fulfill the YKS TYT 500 score requirement.
Applications will be received via e-government passwords on the personnel recruitment page of the Gendarmerie General Command.
Candidates who will apply should carefully examine the application guide, which contains the general terms of application and other details.
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In the official announcement, the general conditions of application and general information about JAMYO are listed as follows:
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE GANDARMA NCO VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
a. Gendarmerie Petty Officer Vocational School (JAMYO) is located in the Gendarmerie and Coast Guard Academy Presidency (JSGA) campus in Ankara and the Gendarmerie Petty Officer Vocational School campus in Bursa.
b. Gendarmerie Petty Officer Vocational School (JAMYO);
It is an educational institution with the status of a Vocational School affiliated to the Ministry of Interior, which (1) trains regular non-commissioned officers in the amount required by the Gendarmerie General Command (Journal of the Gendarmerie NCO Vocational School only for the J.Gn.K.) and (2) provides education at the associate degree level. . In addition to the non-commissioned officer diploma, the Gendarmerie Petty Officer Vocational School also offers an associate degree diploma with national and international validity.
(2) Gendarmerie non-commissioned officers with the required qualifications can become officers following the education and training to be given if they complete their undergraduate education, are successful in the exam to be held, and are included in the quota determined by the General Staff.
(3) All the needs of the students studying at JAMYO (food, bed, clothing, pocket money, education expenses, etc.) are met by the state.
(4) Non-commissioned officers appointed as non-commissioned officer sergeants after receiving associate degree education at the Gendarmerie Petty Officer Vocational School; In addition to their salaries according to the provisions of the TAF Personnel Law No. 926; benefits from armed forces compensation, family and child benefits, birth and death benefits, rations, security and public order services.
(5) Gendarmerie non-commissioned officers; It benefits from army houses, lodgings and the facilities of the Army Assistance Agency (OYAK).