No Claim & Risk Certificate| SSB Interview|How to Write No Claim & Risk Certificate|

By | November 29, 2019

When you go for SSB Interview through NDA/CDS/AFCAT/TES or any other entry there are two must have certificate that is NO CLAIM CERTIFICATE and RISK CERTIFICATE.

Important Documents for SSB Interview

No Claim Certificate

I………………………………………………………………………………father/guardian of………………………………………………………… who is a candidate for NDA/ IMA / OTA entry the Army, hereby certify that I fully understand that my son/ daughter/ ward will, if required, attend the Service Selection Board Interview with my full and free consent and at my own risk and that I or my son/daughter/ward shall not be entitled to claim any compensation or other relief from the Government in respect of any injury or disability which my son/daughter/ward may sustain in the course of or as the result of any of the test given to him at the SSB Interview, whether due to his own negligence or the negligence of any other person or otherwise. Signature of Father/Guardian Address …………………………………. ………………………………………………. Place: …………….                                                 Date: ……………..                                                   

Risk Certificate

I_________________________ father/guardian of (name of candidate) _______________________ who is a candidate for NDA/TES Regular Commission of the Army, hereby certify that I fully understand that my son/ ward will, if required, attend Service Board with my full and free consent and at my own risk and that I or my son/ ward shall not be entitled to claim any compensation or retest for the same course or any other relief from the Government if my son/ward sustains any injury during the course of /as a result of any of the tests administrated to him at the said Service Selection Board or while using military transport due to any reasons. Place: Date    :                                                                                   (Signature of father / guardian)

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