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Indian Navy Recruitment 2017

Indian navy is the world’s second largest force in the world. It releases large number of vacancies every year for vacant posts in different departments. Talented candidates who having good leadership quality got selected in this dream sector.It gives jobs on permanent basis, jobs are not temporary.

A minimum qualification required of getting eligible for applying in Indian navy is that candidates should be at least 10th pass. Candidates having special skills are much required by Indian navy. Indian navy always recruit innovative candidates which can bring Indian navy on a good height. Sometimes candidates are worried with number of vacancies. For candidates don’t be panic you just work hard for your dream.

Organization
Post Name
Vacancies
Last Date
Full Info
Indian Navy
Sailors for Senior Secondary Recruits (SSR) - Feb 2018 Batch
Various
04.06.2017
Indian Navy
Sailors for Artificer Apprentice (AA) – Feb 2018 Batch
Various
04.06.2017
Southern Naval Command Kochi
Tradesman (Skilled), Tradesman Mate, Multi Tasking Staff -Mali, Civilian Motor Driver (OG), Engine Driver Grade-ll (Steam/ Motor), Engine Driver, Topass and Fireman
97
26.05.2017
Office Of The JS Ministry of Defence
Assistant Civilian Staff Officer (Russian)
01
18.07.2017
Paradip Port Trust
Assistant Executive Engineer (Electrical / Electronic & Telecommunication) & Assistant Executive Engineer (Mechanical) (Class-I)
02
09.06.2017
Cochin Port Trust
Pilot (Class-I)
02
31.05.2017
Naval Dockyard Mumbai
Tradesman Mate (TMM)
384
-
Indian Navy
Sailors for MR (Musician) - 02/2017 Batch
Various
-
Indian Coast Guard
General Duty and General Duty Pilot
10
-
Mumbai Port Trust
Medical Officers
Various
25 & 26.05.2017
Indian Navy
Short Service Commission (SSC) Officer in Education Branch/ Permanent Commission (PC) in Logistics Cadres & Commission Officer
08 + 28
-
Goa Shipyard Limited
Painter, Yard Assistant, Technical Assistant, Assistant Superintendent, Diploma Trainee & Other
147
-
Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL)
Deputy General Manager, Chief Manager, Assistant Manager, Senior Engineer (Ex-Navy), Senior Officer (Ex-Navy) and Senior Engineer
37
-
Kolkata Port Trust
Sr. Dy. Secretary
-
-
Eastern Naval Command Visakhapatnam
Multi Tasking Staff (Ministerial) {Safaiwala/ Chowkidar/ Peon}
205
Within 45 Days
Indian Navy
10+2 Btech Entry
Various
Closed
Indian Navy
Permanent Commissioned Officer
Various
Closed
Indian Navy
Sports Quota
Various
Closed
Indian Coast Guard
Navik (General Duty)
Various
Closed
HQ Coast Guard
Sheet Fitter & Carpenter
Various
Closed
Indian Navy
NAIC
Various
Closed
Indian Coast Guard
Navik GD
Various
Closed
Indian Navy
Chargeman & Ammunition Mechanic-II
Various
Closed
Indian Navy
MR NMR (Steward, Cheff and Hygienist)
Various
Closed
Posts Name ->>
Senior Translator (English/Hindi)
Commissioned Officer
Logistics Cadre Posts
Sailor
Chief Accounts Officer
Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Pilot/ observer
Musician Officer
Short Service Commission
Civilian Motor Driver &   MTS
Permanent Commissioned Officer
Sailors for Artificer Apprentice etc.

Indian Navy Recruitment Overview

Age Criteria: Usually the lower age limit to get selected in Indian Navy is 19 years and upper age limit is 25 years. These upper and lower age limits can be different for various posts. There will be age relaxation for reserved category candidates such as SC/ST/PD etc.
Educational Criteria: candidates those who wish work with Indian Navy should be at least 10th pass. It is the minimum requirement. There are different posts for different candidates who having different educational ability. There are posts available for 12th pass and graduate candidates as well. You must have 60% marks in which academic examination you have recently passed.

Process to apply for Navy Recruitment

Application form for Indian navy recruitment can be downloaded from their official website or can be purchased from any book store. Fill the form carefully and provide your details as given in your high school documents. Send the duly filled application along with required documents such as age proof, address proof and mark sheet to the required address before the last date of applying.

Method of Selection: To get selected in Indian navy is not easy. You have to clear certain tests. A written exam will be conducted by recruitment team. Then the good performers are shortlisted for interview. Mainly interviewer check the skills and confidence for the shortlisted candidates. Those candidates who fails to their talent in interview, got rejected by selection panel.

After interview, shortlisted candidates are called up for group discussion (GD) and intelligence test. Those candidates who perform well in all tests are called up for finally medical test. Then after success in medical test shortlisted candidates are displayed on its official website.

Message: friends we always publish legal informations regarding any recruitment related to any sector for unemployed people of this country or those who want to change their job designation in other sector. So, always stay in touch with us for any query regarding any recruitment.

About: The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the Indian Armed Forces. The President of India serves as Supreme Commander of the Indian Navy. The Chief of Naval Staff, usually a 4-star officer in the rank of Admiral, commands the navy. The Indian Navy is the fifth biggest in the world. It played a significant role in India's victory in the 1971 (nineteen seventy one) Indo-Pakistani War. The Indian Navy may trace its lineage back to the Honourable East India Company's Marine which was founded in 1612 (sixteen hundred twelve) to protect British merchant shipping in the region. In 1793 the East India Company established (स्थापना) its rule over eastern part of the Indian subcontinent i.e. Bengal, but it wasn't until 1830 that the colonial navy became known as Her Majesty's Indian Navy. In 1858 (eighteen fifty eight) East India Company rule gave way to the British Raj which lasted until India became independent in 1947. When India became a republic in 1950 (nineteen fifty), the Royal Indian Navy as it had been named since 1934 (nineteen thirty four) was renamed to Indian Navy. The 17th-century Maratha emperor Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is considered as the 'Father of the Indian Navy'.

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