Why you should join Indian Navy

Why you should join Indian Navy

In the present younger generation, the craze for making their career in Indian Navy is very high. By joining Indian Navy, you should be on the middle of the oceans in the ships most of the time which is just very exciting dedication your life to see and look after the illegal activities occurring in the ocean or from the ocean.

The chief mission of the Indian Navy is to mainly protect the National Maritime borders. India also uses its active navy to bridge and enhance its international relations through participation in joint exercises, regular port visits and undertaking the humanitarian missions, including in crucial situations disaster relief. Indian Navy is also updates with modern technology and it has expanded a lot in the recent years.

Indian Navy has more than 56500 personnel on active duty till date which includes 4982 members of the naval aviation branch, 2,200 marine commandos and nearly 1,000 Sagar Prahari Bal soldiers. Indian Navy is the world’s fifth Navy all over the world. Indian Navy does several roles to protect the nation. Indian Navy armed forces of the union, act to deter or defeat any threats or aggression against the territory, people or maritime interests of India both in war and peace. Indian Navy in co-operation with Indian Coast Guard makes their stability to protect India’s maritime zone of responsibility.

Indian Navy is generally divided in the many broad categories like Logistics and Material Training Department, Administration, the Submarine Arm and the Naval aviation. The letters INS means designating Indian Naval Ship or Indian Navy Station so it is prefixed to the names of all commissioned ships and Naval Bases of the Indian Navy.

There are some levels of qualification needed to join Indian Navy. Indian Navy offers opportunities to join the Navy after school (10th and +2) as well as after graduation. The Candidates who are eager to join Indian Navy must be unmarried. In case of 12th standard candidate, he should have passed 10+2 scheme examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects and fulfills the general eligibility conditions in the guidelines given for the grant of permanent commission in the Indian Navy.

Some of the entry level recruitments are Indian Navy sailor 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme Course. For which the qualification is 10+2 (PCM) with 70% marks. Indian Navy Sailor 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme Course with age limit between 16 and half to 19 and half years. These are just some insights of entry levels in Indian Navy.

In most cases, the selection process involves the first stage of written examination of objective types or descriptive type or the combination of both. In certain cases, the written examination of descriptive nature is conducted in the second stage. The examinations cover the topic of English, Mathematics, Science and General knowledge. Those candidates who successfully come out in flying colors in the written examination are called for the Physical Fitness Test. It mainly includes running for short distance and long distance or marathons. It also includes long jump and high jump, pushups, short put, disc throw etc in accordance with the different selection procedures. Those candidates who successfully pass the Physical Fitness Test will be called for Medical examination.

During the Medical examination, the candidate’s health and medical condition is checked and those candidates who are free from any physical disabilities and diseases are declared to be medically fit.

Those candidates who cleared the Medical examination are called for the interview before a committee set by the selection board. In the interview process, the short listed candidate’s general awareness and curiosity about the Indian Navy is judged. Those candidates who pass the interviews are finally short listed to be called upon to the training centers and made to undergo a final stage medical examination before joining the training center. In the naval selection procedures generally takes a period of 6 to 8 months from the date of notification to the final entry.

All the positions in the Indian Navy have a good salary and perks. Some additional benefits like quarters, mess facilities and lot of other additional benefits are given. The promotion in Indian Navy is based on the completion of the given course or the period set for certain position. It is also purely based on the performance shown by the candidates towards the assigned duty and task.

So Indian Navy is one of the best career choices these days among young Generation.

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