Artificer Apprentice, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at THE INDIAN NAVY, Delhi Jun 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from unmarried Male Candidates for Enrolment as Sailors for Artificer Apprentice (AA) – 133th Batch. Course Commencing 04 February 2013.
Age : Candidates to be born between 01 Feb 1993 to 31 Jan 1996 (both dates inclusive)
Educational Qualifications : 55% or more marks in aggregate in 10+2/equivalent examination with complusary subjects Physics and Mathematics : optional subjects Chemistry/ Biology/ Computer Science.
Pay : The Artifice Apprentices Basic Pay Band is Rs.5200-20200, Grade Pay @Rs.2000/- plus MSP @Rs. 2000/- plus ‘X’ Group Pay @Rs.1400/-
Selection Criteria : Selection of recruits is based on the order of merit on their performance in Written test, Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and fitness in the Medical Examinations.
How to Apply: Apply Online at Navy . Take print out of the system generated application forms and send to the following address:POST BOX No.476, GOL DAK KHANA, G.P.O., NEW DELHI-110001
1. As an Executive Officer, you will be both working and fighting the ship. It means you will be a vital part of the complex system that manages the ship and also uses the ship as an instrument of tactical warfare.
2. Executive Officers are trained in specialisations like anti-submarine warfare, navigation, communications, gunnery, logistics, diving and hydrography. One could also opt for the air or submarine arm. Within the branch, your promotional chances are not affected by your choice of specialisation.
3. Executive Officers can specialise in hydrography. Hydrographic Officers are responsible for collecting information required for making the nautical charts used by the Indian Navy and other Navies around the world.
4. These specialist officers inspect the armaments supplied to the Navy by various agencies. While they ensure the quality, safety and reliability of naval armament and stores, they are also responsible for in-house research & development leading to indigenisation. Both Permanent as well as Short Service Commissioned officers serve in this cadre.
5. A separate cadre of Provost Officers exists to deal with policing, regulatory, and security and vigilance needs of the Navy.For those with an aspiration to fly in the skies, the navy needs Pilots who act as airborne tactical coordinators of marine warfare. While most Navy pilots fly ship-borne helicopters and shore based maritime reconnaissance aircraft,
6. some elite pilots also fly fighter aircraft such as Sea Harrier or Mig 29K. Naval aircraft locate and attack enemy surface ships and submarines and take part in amphibious warfare, search and rescue, casualty evacuation etc. For this, specialised training is imparted at various places on shore and afloat units.
7. For those with a yearning for the skies, navy needs observers who act as airborne coordinators of maritime warfare. Observer officer operates various state of the art equipment including sonics, sonars, radars and communication equipment.
8. If you enjoy the challenge of new frontiers, meet the medical standards and have an exceptional record, this is the specialisation for you. These new hi-tech war machines have awesome firepower, state-of-the art weapon control systems,
9. Diving Officer job range from under water inspection and repair of ships to defence of Indian Navy maritime assets. This is yet another elite and challenging task specialization wherein being in the parent professional arm with sub specialization such as gunnery,
Tentative Last Date :13-07-2012
About the organization:
The Indian Navy is a well balanced and cohesive three dimensional force, capable of operating above, on and under surface of the oceans efficiently safeguarding our national interests.The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) exercises operational and administrative control of the Indian Navy from Integrated Headquarters of MOD(Navy). He is assisted by the Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (VCNS) and three other Principal Staff Officers, namely the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS), the Chief of Personnel (COP) and the Chief of Material (COM).The Navy has the following three commands, each under the control of a Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief:-The Western Naval Command (Headquarters at Mumbai).The Eastern Naval Command (Head quarters at Visakhapatnam)The Southern Naval Command
THE INDIAN NAVY
POST BOX No.476,
GOL DAK KHANA, G.P.O., NEW DELHI-110001
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