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Indian Navy Sailor MR 02/2019 Batch Online Form 2019

Post Date: 06 May 2019 | 12:01 AM
Short Information : Join Indian Navy (Nausena Bharti) Are Recently Invited for The Recruitment Post of  Sailor For MR 02/2019 Recruitment 2019. Those 10th Class Passed Candidates who Can Read Full Notification Before Apply Online Now in The Given Link Below.

Join Indian Navy (Nausena Bharti)

Sailor For MR 02/2019 Batch Recruitment 2019

[Only Unmarried Male]

Application Fee

  • General/ OBC Candidates : Rs. 0/- 
  • SC & ST Candidates : Rs. 0/- 
  • Payment Mode: No Application Fee for MR Application Form for All Category Candidates. Only Fill Online Application Form                                                       

Important Dates

  • Online Apply Start On: 06 May 2019
  • Last Date For Apply Online : 19 May 2019
  • Pre Screening Test : 06 to 10 July 2019
  • Final Screening & Medical : 03-06 September 2019

Vacancy Details | Eligibility | Age Limit

Post Name Age Limit  Eligibility Criteria
Sailor For MR Age Between 01/10/1994 to 30/09/2002
Candidates Passed Class 10th (High School) Exam From Any Recognized Board in India & Must be proficient in Musical Instrument.

Physical & Medical Standards

Physical Eligibility

  • 1.6 KM. Running in 07 Minutes.
  • Squats (Uthak Baithak)  : 20
  • Height : 157 CMS (Minimum)
  • Chest : Minimum Expand 05 CMS

Medical Standards

  • Without Glass: Better Eye-6/60 || Worst Eye-6/60
  • With Glass: Better Eye- 6/09 || Worst Eye-6/24
  • Only Unmarried Male Candidates can Apply.
  • Exam Centers – Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi and Vishakhapatnam.

Mode of Selection

  • Pay Scale: Rs.21,700- 69,100/-
  • Selection Process : Preliminary Selection Test (Document Verification) , PFT , Medical Examination .
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The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) exercises operational and administrative control of the Indian Navy from the Integrated Headquarters of Ministry of Defence (Navy). He is assisted by the Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (VCNS) and three other Principal Staff Officers, namely the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS), the Chief of Personnel (COP) and the Chief of Material (COM).

The Navy has the following three Commands, each under the control of a Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief:-

  • The Western Naval Command (Headquarters at Mumbai).
  • The Eastern Naval Command (Headquarters at Visakhapatnam)
  • The Southern Naval Command (Headquarters at Kochi)

The Western and the Eastern Naval Commands are ‘Operational Commands’, and exercise control over operations in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal respectively. The Southern Command is the Training Command.

The cutting edge of the Indian Navy are its two Fleets, namely the Western Fleet, based at Mumbai and the Eastern Fleet, based at Visakhapatnam. Besides the Fleets, there is a Flotilla each, based at Mumbai, Visakhapatnam and Port Blair (A & N Islands), that provide Local Naval Defence in their respective regions. Naval ships are also based at other ports along the East and the West coasts of India and the island territories, thus ensuring continued naval presence in the areas of national interest. Further, there are various Naval Officer-in-Charges (NOICs), under each Command, responsible for the Local Naval Defence of ports under their respective jurisdictions.

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