Indian Navy Sailors 128 Batch Courses 2010
Indian Navy invited applications from unmarried Male Candidates for enrolment as Sailors for Artificer Apprentice (AA) – 128 Batch Course Commencing 02 August, 2010
Indian Navy Eligibility:
Indian Navy applications invited from unmarried Male Indian Citizen Educational Qualifications. Qualified on in 10+2 / equivalent examination with 55% or more marks in aggregate with Maths & Physics and atleast one of these subjects; Chemistry / Biology / Computer Science.
Age: Candidates should have been born between: 01 August, 1990 to 31 July, 1993 (Both dates inclusive).
Indian Navy Pay and Perquisites:
Pay & Allowances for Indian Navy Jobs 2010:
The Artificer Apprentices Basic Pay Band is 5200-20200. In addition they will be paid Grade Pay at2000 + MSP at 2000/- plus ‘X’ Group Pay at 1400/- plus DA.
Promotion of Indian Navy Recruitment 2010:Promotion prospects exist up to the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer – I (equivalent to Subedar Major) with pay scale of 9300 – 34800 plus Grade Pay at 4800 + MSP at 2000/- plus ‘X’ Group Pay at 1400 + DA. Opportunities for promotion to commissioned officer also exist for those who perform well and qualify the prescribed examinations.
Perquisites of Indian Navy Sailors:
- During the entire period of training and thereafter, sailors are given books, reading material, uniform, food and accommodation etc. free of cost.
- Sailors for Indian Navy are entitled to medical treatment and Leave Travel Concession for self and dependents, Group Housing Benefits and other privileges like Insurance cover.
- Indian Navy Sailors also have the privilege to avail annual and casual leave as per current regulations. Children education and house rent allowances are also admissible. Post retirement benefits include pension, gratuity and Leave encashment.
Indian Navy Selection for Physical Fitness Test (PFT):
- Qualifying in Physical Fitness Test Navy is mandatory for selection.
- PFT will consist of 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes, 25 squat ups (Uthak Baithak) and 10 Push – ups. Candidates undergoing PFT will do so at their own risk.
Indian Navy Medical Standards:
- Medical examination will be conducted by authorised military doctors as per medical standard prescribed in current regulations applicable to sailors on entry.
- Minimum height 157 cms. Weight and Chest should be proportionate. Minimum Chest expansion of 5 cms.
- Good mental, medical and physical health free from any disease / disability, likely to interfere with efficient performance of duties. Colour perception: CP – II.
- No Cardio – vascular disease, surgical deformities like knock knee, flat feet etc. infection of ears, no history of fits or psychiatric ailment, varicose vein, corrective surgery for eye sight etc.
- Medical standard should be as per the detailed guidelines issued by IHQ MoD (Navy) in No (Spl) 01/2008.
- Candidates are advised to get their ears cleaned for wax and tartar removed from teeth prior to examination.
Visual Standards for Indian Navy Courses:
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Applicants declared Permanent medically unfit by any Armed Forces Hospital in previous recruitment for the same entry in Navy are advised not to apply.
Final Enrolment Medical: All select listed candidates will be issued with a call letter for Final Medical examination and will have to undergo Final Enrolment Medical at INS Chilka prior to enrolment.
Candidates found ‘unfit’ during this medical examination will not be enrolled for training. No ‘appeal’ is permitted for review after the final enrolment Medical at INS Chilka.
Indian Navy Training and Initial Engagement:
- Training for Sailors: The training for the course will commence on 02 August, 2010, with 09 weeks Basic Training at INS Chilka followed by Professional training in the allotted trade in various Naval Training Establishments. Branch / Trade will be allocated as per the requirement of Service.
- Discharge as Unsuitable: Sailors are liable to be discharged as Unsuitable due to unsatisfactory performance at any time during the training.
- Initial Engagement: The initial engagement is subjected to successful completion of training. The initial engagement is of 20 years.