Indian Navy Recruitment 2022 1531 Tradesman Skilled Posts

Introduction

Indian Navy tradesman recruitment: The Indian Navy is looking for people to fill craftsman positions. The organisation will fill 1,531 positions as a result of this recruitment effort. Applicants for Indian Navy tradesman vacancies must have a class 10 passing certificate, be fluent in English, and have completed apprentice training in the relevant trade or have served as mechanics or equivalent with two years of regular service in the appropriate technical branch of the Army, Navy, or Air Force.

Organization Name: Indian Navy

Job Category: Central Govt Jobs 

No of Vacancies: 1531

Place of Posting: Mumbai, Visakhapatnam, Kochi and Any where in India

Apply Mode: Online

Website: https://indiannavy.nic.in/

No of Vacancies

Tradesman: 1531

Educational Qualification

(a) Required: Matriculation or equivalent from a recognised Institute or Board, as well as English proficiency.

(b) Apprenticeship training in the trade should have been completed.

or

Mechanic equivalent with two years of regular Army, Navy, or Air Force duty in the appropriate Technical Branch.

Age Limit

As per Government of India law, the upper age limit is relaxed by 5 year for SC/ST; 3 year for OBC; 10 year for Person with Disabilities (15 year for SC/ST PWD’s & 13 year for OBC PWD’s) and Ex-S. Candidate will be given a relaxation in the upper age limit in accordances with government regulation. For additional information, see the Indian Navy’s official Notification 2022.

Salary Details

Rs. 19900- 63200/-

Selection Process

The selection of ex-Naval apprentices will be done in accordance with the current Competent Authority criteria. The following are the other provisions:

(a) Screening of Applications

Indian Navy would not carry out rigorous scrutiny of applications received online to allow candidates to stand for the examination. A second stage will involve a thorough examination of the documents.

(b) Shortlisting of Applications

In most cases, all qualified ex-Naval apprentices will be able to appear for selection. Simply meeting the basic selection criteria does not guarantee that a person/applicant will be invited to take the written exam. If the number of applications received is excessively high in comparison to the number of openings, the Appointing Authority reserves the right to shortlist the applications as necessary, with only the shortlisted candidates being invited to the written test.

(c) Scheme of Written Examination

All qualified candidates must take a written exam consisting of objective type questions based on the essential qualification listed under the heading ‘Educational and other Qualifications,’ namely matriculation level. Only multilingual (English and Hindi) tests would be given (except for General English). The test mode will be specified in the instructions that will be sent together with the E-admit card (which may be downloaded from www.joinindiannavy.govin > Join Navy > Ways to Join > Civilian > Tradesman Skilled). This tab is linked to the job application platform.

1.General Intelligence and Reasoning: 10

2.Numerical Aptitude: 10

3.General English: 10

4.General Awareness: 20

5.Syllabus as per training imparted at Apprentice School/ as per NCVT in relevant Trade: 50

Syllabus for the Examination

(i) General Intelligence and Reasoning

This section would comprise inquiries of both verbal and non-verbal nature. Analogies, similarities and differences, spatial visualisation, problem solving, analysis, judgement, decision making, visual memory, discriminating observation, related concepts, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series, non-verbal series, and other topics would be covered. Questions in this section will assess the candidate’s ability to cope with abstract concepts, symbols and their relationships, arithmetical computation, and other analytical functions.

(ii) Numerical Aptitude

This section will comprise questions on number systems, computation of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and relationships between numbers, fundamental arithmetical operations, percentages, ratios and proportions, averages, interest, profit and loss, and discount. time and distance, ratio and time, time and work, and so on.

(iii) General English

This portion would feature questions about vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms, and proper usage, among other things, in addition to testing candidates’ understanding of the English language.

(iv) General Knowledge

This portion would cover questions about India and its neighbours, including sports, history, culture, geography, economics, general policy, including the Indian Constitution, and scientific research, among other topics. The question will be of such a nature that they will not necessitate any specialised knowledges from any disciplined.

(v) Syllabus of the training at Naval Apprentice School In relevant Trades

The section would include trade related question as per Apprentice Schools/ NCVT syllabuses.

Document Verification

Document Verification will be required of all provisionally selected candidates. At the time of Document Verification, all documents referring to age, education, identification, address, category, caste validity certificate, Apprentice school certificate, and so on must be presented in original. Provisionally selected candidates will be notified of the date and location for document verification via mail, email, or the Indian Naval website www.joinindiannavy.govin > Join Navy > Ways to Join > Civilian > Tradesman Skilled. This tab is linked to the job application platform. According to the current norms, the offer of appointment shall be granted only when the competent authorities have verified the documents.

How to apply

1.To apply for the positions, aspirants must go to the Indian Army’s official website at https://indiannavy.nic.in/.

2.Fill up the relevant information on the homepage.

3.Make sure the application form is completely filled out.

4.Complete the application process by paying the application fees.

5.To continue, click the “Submit” button.

6. Print the document for future reference.

Important Dates

Starting Date: 21.02.2022

Last date: 20.03.2022

REFER LINK: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uDT6a7xzRuAtqYuAsxONsMthNV96eGJ0/view

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