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Eligibilty Criteria

It is important to check the eligibility before applying for the ASRB NET Exam. Here, we have provided complete details about the ASRB NET Eligibility criteria. The candidates must have the prescribed educational qualifications and must fulfill the age criteria to apply for the ASRB Exam.

Indian Navy SSR and AA Eligibility: Nationality

  • Indian nationality candidates can apply for the Indian Navy SSR and AA exams.

Indian Navy SSR and AA Eligibility: Educational Qualifications

  • For Sailor (AA): Candidate must have completed 10+2 exam with 60% or more marks in total with Maths and Physics or at least one of these subjects (Chemistry/ Biology/ Computer Science) from the Boards of School Education that is recognized by MHRD, Government of India.
  • For Sailor (SSR): Candidate must have completed 10+2 exam with Maths and Physics or at least one of these subjects (Chemistry/Biology/Computer Science) from the Boards of School Education that is recognized by MHRD, Government of India.

Indian Navy SSR and AA Eligibility: Age Limits

  • Applicants must have been born between the dates of 01st Feb 2002 to 31st Jan 2005.
Exam Pattern
  • Computer-Based/ written test Exam
  • (PFT) Physical Fitness Test
  • Medical Standards Test

Around 10000 applicants have been called for the written exam and Physical Fitness Test (PFT) exam. The shortlisting will be undertaken based on the percentage of (10+2 exam) for the written exam and of the applicants. The cut-off marks usually vary from state. Also, the vacancies are assigned state-wise (different state to state).

Indian Navy SSR Written Test

  • The Written Test consists of objective-type questions and will be bilingual (Hindi & English).
  • The test consists of four sections (English, General Knowledge, Mathematics, and Science) of 10+2 level.
  • The Physical Fitness Test (PFT) will be conducted on the same day as the written exam
  • The written exam is conducted for an hour.
  • Candidates can find the syllabus on the official website of the Indian Navy. www.joinindiannavy.gov.in.

Indian Navy SSR Computer-Based Exam

  • A common exam (computer-based) will be conducted for Indian Navy SSR and AA Recruitment (2022).
  • A total of 100 questions of objective type will be asked. Each question would carry one mark.
  • The question paper will be bilingual same as written (Hindi & English) and will cover four sections i.e. English, Science, Mathematics, and General Knowledge.
  • The level of the paper will be of 10+2 standard.
  • The written exam is conducted for an hour.
  • Candidates can find the syllabus on the official website of the Indian Navy. www.joinindiannavy.gov.in.

Note: There is a negative marking or Penalty for a Wrong Answer. Applicants must be careful while answering as one-fourth (0.25) of the marks assigned to that question will be cut for each wrong answer.

Note: Due to covid pandemic only computer-based tests are conducted.

Particulars Details
Mode of Exam Online Mode (CBT Exam) / Offline Mode (Written Exam)
Type of Questions Objective Type Questions (MCQs)
No. of Questions 100 Questions
Total Weightage 100 Marks (1 mark per question)
Duration of Exam 60 Minutes
Negative Marking Criteria 1/4 Mark deducted for each wrong answer

Indian Navy SSR Physical Fitness Test

For the candidate meeting, the requirements of the Physical Fitness Test are compulsory for future selection. Candidates must complete the following.

  • 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes
  • 20 squats
  • 10 Push-ups.

Indian Navy SSR Medical Standards

Under this exam, the physical traits and mental health of the candidate are tested by approved military doctors. The doctors assess the applicants as per the medical standard set in present regulations. The following are requirements to be fulfilled by the candidates.

Category Requirements
Minimum (MALE) 157 centimeter
Minimum chest expansion 5 cm
Minimum (FEMALE) 148 centimeter
Visual Standards
Without Glasses
Better Eye 6/6
Worse Eye 6/9
With Glasses
Better Eye 6/6
Worse Eye 6/9

Note: Permanent Tattoos on the body are strictly prohibited. Some exceptions are on the inner face of the forearms, elbow to the wrist, and the reversed side of the palm/ back (dorsal) side of the hand.

Syllabus

The Indian Navy AA and SSR Exam is conducted for a wide range of disciplines. The discipline-wise syllabus for some of the most chosen ones is provided in detail below. The candidates can also refer to the official website of the Indian Navy for more details about the syllabus.

English
  • Unit 1: Comprehension
  • Unit 2: Vocabulary
  • Unit 3: Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Unit 4: Parts of Speech
  • Unit 5: Idioms and Phrases
  • Unit 6: Active and Passive Voice
  • Unit 7: Antonyms and Synonyms
  • Unit 8: Sentence completion
  • Unit 9: Sentence Corrections
  • Unit 10: Punctuations
  • Unit 11: Usage of Words
  • Unit 12: Grammar
Mathematics
  • Unit 1: Geometry
  • Unit 2: Algebra
  • Unit 3: Ratios and Proportion
  • Unit 4: Basic Trigonometry
  • Unit 5: Time and Work
  • Unit 6: Speed and Distance
  • Unit 7: Average and Volume
  • Unit 8: Set Theory
  • Unit 9: Probability
  • Unit 10: Statistics
  • Unit 11: Number Systems
  • Unit 12: Arithmetic Ability
General Knowledge
  • Unit 1: History of India
  • Unit 2: Indian Geography
  • Unit 3: Economics
  • Unit 4: New Discoveries & Current Affairs
  • Unit 5:Defence and Wars
  • Unit 6: Geographical Neighbours
  • Unit 7: National – (Bird/ Animal/ Monuments/ Flower/ Anthem/ Sport/Flag/ Emblem)
  • Unit 8: Climate / Environment
  • Unit 9: Civics – (Constitution of India, Art, Culture, Dance, Heritage, Religion, Freedom Movement, Important National Facts)
  • Unit 10: Entertainment
  • Unit 11: Politics and Awards
  • Unit 12: Countries – Languages, Capitals, Currencies, Common Name, Full Forms, Abbreviations, Eminent Personalities
  • Unit13: Books and Authors
Science
Physics
  • Unit 1: Nature of Matter
  • Unit 2: Sound and Wave, Motion
  • Unit 3: Measurements
  • Unit 4: Work, Energy, and Power
  • Unit 5: Heat, Temperature
  • Unit 6: Metals and Non-Metals
  • Unit 7: Universe
  • Unit 8: Force and Gravitation
  • Unit 9: Electricity and its Applications
  • Unit 10: Light, Current, Magnetism
  • Unit 11: Newton’s Laws of Motion
Basic Science
  • Unit 1: Nutrition
  • Unit 2: Food
  • Unit 3: Basic Computer Science
  • Unit 4: Human Diseases
  • Unit 5: Health Physiology
Chemistry
  • Unit 1: Carbon and its Compounds
  • Unit 2: Atomic Structure
  • Unit 3: Acids, Bases & Salts
  • Unit 4: Periodic Table ·

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