The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the Indian Armed Forces. The President of India is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Navy. The Chief of Naval Staff, a four-star admiral, commands the navy.
The full range of operations in which a nation's naval forces may be involved is vast, ranging from high intensity war fighting at one end to humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations at the other end. This broad continuum of operations can be broken down into distinct roles, each demanding a specific approach to the conduct of operations.
Accordingly, the four main roles envisaged for the Indian Navy are as follows:
THE MILITARY ROLE
THE DIPLOMATIC ROLE
Aim to serve society
Ability to slog hard
Integrity and loyalty
Age - 16 ½ to 19 ½ years (at the time of commencement of course)
Nationality – Indian
Gender - Men only
For Army- 10+2 with PCM
Paper type: Offline
The papers in both the subjects consist of objective type questions only.
There is penalty for wrong answers.
1 Paper= Mathematics
2 Paper= General Ability
General Ability Test paper is divided into two parts –
Part A and Part B.
Part A has 50 English questions
Part B has 100 General Knowledge questions.
Officer Intelligence rating Test
Picture perception and Discussion Test
Every year this recruitment is conducted twice a year and the examination is conducted by the Indian navy.
Education: Candidates should have Passed Senior Secondary Examination (10+2 Pattern) or its equivalent examinations from any Board with at least 70% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM)
Selection Process for Indian Navy Technical Entry Scheme (TES)
Stage 1: Merit list prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in JEE Mains
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