Navy to conduct computer-based exam for recruitment of sailors in September

New Delhi, July 23

The Indian Navy will conduct a computer-based examination for recruitment of sailors in September.

The Navy said in a statement that unmarried men born between April 1, 2000 and March 31, 2003 will be eligible to apply for the Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET).

“Candidates need to have passed Class X. Matriculate recruit entry sailors serve in the Indian Navy as chefs, stewards and hygienists,” the statement said.

Online applications will be accepted through www.joinindiannavy.gov.in, it said.

There is no other website or app for registration.

“On completion of INET, short-listed candidates will be called for the next phase of selection, i.e., physical fitness test and preliminary medical examination. On completion of this phase, a merit list shall be published and successful candidates will be called for enrolment at the training establishment, INS Chilka in Odisha,” the statement said. — PTI

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