Last Date:15 Mar,2019
Advt No : INCET-TMM-01/2019
Nausena Bharti Indian Navy
Indian Navy aka Nausena Bharti invites applications for the post of 554 Tradesman Mate. Apply Online before 15 March 2019. Indian Navy Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…Official Website is www.joinindiannavy.gov.in
Name of the post – Tradesman Mate
No of post – 554
Pay Scale – 18000-56900/-
10th Standard pass
General Instruction:govt jobs
- The applicant should ensure that he / she fulfils the eligibility and other norms mentioned in the advertisement. Particulars furnished in the application form should be correct in all respect. If any false or incorrect information furnished by the applicant is detected at any stage, his / her candidature will be cancelled without prejudice to take legal action against him / her.
- The eligibility with respect to age, educational qualification, etc will be determined as on the closing date for online registration. Though essential qualification for the post is matriculation and ITI, higher qualification, if any, possessed by the candidate is also to be disclosed.
- In case, the candidates working in Central Government fails to produce the NOC when demanded, his / her candidature will be cancelled.
- No relaxation in age limit will be provided unless the category is filled appropriately at the relevant column in the online application form.
- Indian Navy reserves the right to cancel the candidature of any candidate found indulging in any malpractice/ Unfair means or hiding any material information, misrepresenting facts or canvassing for candidature. Mobiles and other electronic gadgets are banned within the premises of the examination centres. Possession of such equipment whether in use or in switch off mode, during the examination will be considered as use of unfair means. All such candidates will be liable to be debarred from this examination as well as future examinations. A criminal proceeding may also be initiated.
- Candidates are also requested to check www.joinindiannavy.gov.in & www.indiannavy.nic.in websites regularly till completion of recruitment for updates / corrigendum and any further instructions.
- The SC/ST/EWS candidates should be in possession of a latest copy of caste certificate for claiming age / other relaxation and reservation and produce original certificate on demand.
- In case of OBCs, the candidate is required to produce, on demand, a caste certificate (valid for three financial years), specifying that the candidate does not belong to ‘Creamy layer’. The certificate should be as per format contained in GOI. DOP&T OM 36036/2/2013- Estt.(Res) dated 13 May 2014 and 36033/1/2013-Estt(Res) dated 27 May 2013.
- Armed Forces personnel applying for the posts should upload an undertaking as per GOI/ DOP&T OM 36034/2/91/Estt.(SCT) dated 03 Apr 1991 to avail age relaxation/reservation.
- The Persons with Benchmark Disabilities, who want to avail benefit of reservation and age relaxation should be in possession of disability certificate issued by the Competent Authority.
- The vacancies shown above are provisional and may vary. The vacancies may be reduced/increased or even made nil without assigning any reason thereof. The recruitment process can be cancelled/ postponed/suspended/ terminated without any notice/assigning any reasons, at any stage.
- Candidates will have to make their own arrangement for lodging / boarding during the test. Candidates are advised not to bring any valuable/costly items to the examination centre as safe keeping of the same cannot be assured. Indian Navy will not be responsible for any loss in this regard.
- Candidates are advised not to fall prey to false assurance or exploitation and must not entertain or encourage unscrupulous elements in any way. It is emphasized that the CBT and the selection process will be strictly on merit in a transparent manner. Candidates are further advised to conduct themselves as a law abiding citizen of the country and refrain from using unfair means.
- The Indian Navy is a well-balanced and cohesive three-dimensional force, capable of operating above, on and under the 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 the Integrated Headquarters of Ministry of Defence (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:-(1)The Western Naval Command (Headquarters at Mumbai).(2)The Eastern Naval Command (Headquarters at Visakhapatnam) (3)The Southern Naval Command (Headquarters at Kochi)
- The Western and the Eastern Naval Commands are ‘Operational Commands’, and exercise control over operations in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal respectively. The Southern Command is the Training Command.
- The cutting edge of the Indian Navy are its two Fleets, namely the Western Fleet, based at Mumbai and the Eastern Fleet, based at Visakhapatnam. Besides the Fleets, there is a Flotilla each, based at Mumbai, Visakhapatnam and Port Blair (A & N Islands), that provide Local Naval Defence in their respective regions. Naval ships are also based at other ports along the East and the West coasts of India and the island territories, thus ensuring continued naval presence in the areas of national interest. Further, there are various Naval Officer-in-Charges (NOICs), under each Command, responsible for the Local Naval Defence of ports under their respective jurisdictions.
- The defence of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a joint responsibility of all the three services and is coordinated by the Headquarters, Andaman & Nicobar Command, located at PortBlair. This is the only Tri-ServicesCommand in the Indian Armed Forces and is headed by a Commander-in-Chief, as appointed in rotation from the three Services. The Local Naval Defence of the Lakshadweep group of islands is the responsibility of the Naval Officer-in-Charge, Lakshadweep.
- There are nearly limitless opportunities for the ambitious Sailor or Officer, to make a Navy career even more significant. What’s unique about the Navy is that once you’ve embarked on your career, the only way to go from there is up. Joining the Indian Navy is only the first step up the ladder. The Navy offers a professional support system wherein as you spend time in the Navy you will be trained and groomed to rise up the career ladder.
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