New Delhi : Indian Navy MR Notification 2021: Government job in the Navy for matriculation i.e. government job for 10th pass. The Indian Navy has published an advertisement for the recruitment of Matric Recruitment (MR) as a Sailor for recruitment in April 2022. There are about 300 vacancies for candidates selected as per Navy MR April 2022 advertisement. As part of the selection process based on their application details for these vacancies, about 1500 candidates will be called for written test and Physical Efficiency Test (PFT). Also the cut-off for sitting the written exam can be determined, it can be different in each state.
Navy MR Recruitment 2021 Application Process
To apply for Matriculation Recruitment 2021-22 in Indian Navy, candidates have to fill up an online form to activate on Naval Recruitment Portal, joinindiannavy.gov.in. The online application process will start from October 29 and candidates will be able to submit online applications till November 2, 2021. Candidates should carefully read the Navy MR Recruitment 2021 notification from the official website before applying.
Eligibility for Navy MR Recruitment 2021
Candidates wishing to apply as per MR Notification 2021 issued by the Indian Navy for April 2022 batch should have passed the Matriculation Examination from a recognized Board of School Education. Candidates should not have been born before April 1, 2002 and after March 31, 2005.
Navy MR Recruitment 2021 Selection Process
About 1500 candidates will be called for written examination on the basis of application for a total of 300 vacancies of MR. The exam will have objective type questions in Hindi and English languages and the duration of the exam will be 30 minutes. These questions will be asked from mathematics and science and general knowledge subjects. The level of questions will be tenth. Candidates can download the course from the Navy Recruitment Portal.
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