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All Possible Ways To Join The Indian Navy

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Hello Warriors! Recently, I was asked by aspirants about the ways to join in the Indian Navy. But, the problem was that, everywhere they looked for, they got to know about a new type of entry. Therefore, to clear the confusion among the aspirants and saving their precious time, here I sum up every possible way to join the Indian Navy and hope that aspirants do their best to be a part of the Navy through these. It is assured to the aspirants that there are no other entries than these in the Indian Navy. Also please note that the age limit and qualification criteria may change and the type of examination may vary as per the guidelines of the Indian Navy:

PERMANENT COMMISSION

EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Cadet Entry:

Examination: NDA & NA Examination

Qualification: 10+2 with Physics and Maths.

Age Limit: 16½ to 19½ years

Graduate Special Entry:

Examination: CDSE (Naval Academy)

Qualification: B.Sc in Physics & Maths or B.E.

Age Limit: 19-22 years

NCC Special Entry:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: B.Sc in Physics & Maths or B.E. with NCC Naval Wing Senior Division ‘C’ Certificate

Age Limit: 19-24 years

Naval Armament Inspection Cadre:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: B.E./B.Tech in Mecanical Engineering or ECE or EEE or post graduate degree in Electronics or Physics

Age Limit: 19½ -25 years

Law Cadre:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: Degree in law under the Advocate Act, 1961 with min 55% marks

Age Limit: 22-27 years

 

ENGINEERING/ELECTRICAL BRANCH

10+2 Tech:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: 10+2 or equivalent with PCM 70% marks in aggregate

Age Limit: 16½-19 years

University Entry Scheme:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: Degree in Electrical/Electronic/Power/Instrumentation control/Telecommunication & Power System Engineering with 60% marks upto 6th Semester

Age Limit: 19½-24 years

 

SHORT SERVICE COMMISSION

Law Cadre (Men and Women):

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: Degree in Law under the Advocate Act 1961 with min 55% marks

Age Limit: 22-27 years

Air Traffic Control (ATC):

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: First Class science graduate with physics/maths/elctronics with minimum 55% marks

Age Limit: 19½-25 years

General Service:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: BSc or Msc with minimum 55% marks both with physics and maths or BE/Btech with min 55% marks

Age Limit: 19½-25 years

Hydro Cadre:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: BSc or Msc with minimum 55% marks both with physics and maths or BE/Btech with min 55% marks

Age Limit: 19½-25 years

Logistics Cadre (Men and Women):

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: BA(Economics)/B.Com/BCA/MCA/BE/Btech/BBA/BBM/BSc(IT) with min 60% marks

Age Limit: 19½-25 years

Aviation (Pilot) Cadre:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: Graduate with min 60% marks with Physics and Maths in 10+2

Age Limit: 19½-23 years

Aviation (Observer) Cadre:

Examination: None/Direct Entry

Qualification: Graduate with min 60% marks with Physics and Maths in 10+2

Age Limit: 19½-23 years

 

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