Indian Navy: If you want to make a career in Indian Navy then know these important things.

How to Make career in Indian Navy: The post of Senior Secondary Recruit (SSR) is very important in the Indian Navy. The post of SSR is for sailors in the Navy who serve in various types of naval ships. If you want to apply for Senior Secondary Recruit (SSR), then it is mandatory for you to have 70 percent in 12th with Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics subject. For this, the age of the candidates should be between 17 and a half years to 21 years. Students who have appeared or are going to appear for 12th examination can apply for Senior Secondary Recruit (SSR).

National Defense Academy Examination (NDA)

National Defense Academy (NDA) examination is a major examination for selection for official posts in the Indian Navy, Indian Army and Indian Air Force. This examination is conducted twice a year. This examination is conducted by UPSC. First of all there is written examination, if students pass it then they go further for SSB interview. However, after medical examination by the Indian Navy UPSC releases All India Merit List.

Combined Defense Service Examination (CDS)

Combined Defense Service Examination (CDS) examination is conducted twice a year. It is mandatory for the student appearing in this examination to have a graduation degree. This examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. The age of the student appearing for this examination should be 20 to 24 years. Students passing this examination get a chance to be selected for the post of Sub Lieutenant in the Indian Navy, Lieutenant in the Indian Army and Flight Lieutenant in the Indian Air Force.

‚ÄčIndian Navy Entrance Test (INET)

Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) is a better opportunity for an officer post under IHQ MoD (Navy)/DMPR. Is. This entrance exam is available for both Permanent Commission and Short Service Commission. INET is organized twice every year. You can apply by visiting INET (Officer) is a computer based written examination. It consists of four sections and the candidate has to obtain at least 40% marks in all the four sections. Candidates are shortlisted on the basis of INET rank and priority. Shortlisted candidates attend SSB (Service Selection Board) interview. Merit list is prepared on the basis of marks of both INET 50%  and SSB 50% weightage and they are inducted into the Navy.

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