How to join Indian Navy as Officer after 12th Science

If you want to join India’s Armed Forces after 12th standard, Apnaahangout could be of help! Till now, we have published number of posts related to this topic. Some such guides are- How to join Indian Army as Officer after 12th Science, How to join Indian Air Force as Officer after 12th Science, How to join Indian Army/Navy/Air Force as Officer after 12th Commerce etc. In this article, we will be focusing just on Indian Navy. I will describe in detail about how 12th Science stream students may join the Indian Navy as Officers after completing their 12th standard schooling. I will cover details such as- job post details, entry modes, eligibility criteria, age limit, educational qualifications required, medical standards etc.

 

There are number of posts available in the Indian Navy, for which, even 12th Science stream passed students are eligible to apply for. So, we will check out these posts one by one, also dealing with eligibility criteria details in the mean time!

join Indian Navy after 12th Science

Executive Officer posts after 12th Science

There are various divisions and specializations in case of Executive Officers. They are- Logistics Officer, General Service Officer, Information Technology Officer, Law Officer, Submarine Officer, Diving Officer, Pilot Officer, Provost Officer, Hydrographic Officer and Naval Armament Inspection Officer.

 

These Officer job posts fall under the category of Executive Officers. These posts ensures the smooth functioning of the Indian Navy and takes care of various General Duty as well as specialized tasks.

 

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Now, 12th Science stream passed students are also eligible to apply for these posts. They have two methods for applying- NDA (National Defence Academy) Entry and Indian Naval Academy Entry. Both entry procedures are held and managed by the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission).

 

Let us check out details associated with each entry mode-

 

1 NDA Entry-

Only Unmarried Men are eligible to apply using this entry mode.

 

Age Limit

16.5 to 19 years of age.

 

Educational Qualifications

10+2 Science stream schooling with Physics and Mathematics subjects.

 

Medical standards

Eyesight requirement chart-

Indian Navy Aviation/Observer eyesight requirment

 

Apart from eyesight, candidates also have to satisfy a set of other physical standards laid out by Indian Navy-

 

  • Good hearing ability.
  • Absence of nose, throat or ear disease.
  • No speech impediment.
  • No granular swelling.
  • Well formed chest, joints, limbs and toes.
  • Absence of Hernia.
  • Absence of congenital defects.
  • Absence of genital- urinary tract diseases.
  • Healthy gum and set of teeth.
  • Absence of any mental illness.

2 INA (Indian Naval Academy) Entry

Only Unmarried men are eligible to make use of this entry mode.

 

Age Limit

16.5 to 19 years of age.

 

Educational Qualifications

10+2 Science stream schooling with Physics and Mathematics subjects.

 

Medical standards

Eyesight requirement chart-

Indian Navy Aviation/Observer eyesight requirment

 

Apart from eyesight, candidates also have to satisfy a set of other physical standards laid out by Indian Navy-

 

  • Good hearing ability.
  • Absence of nose, throat or ear disease.
  • No speech impediment.
  • No granular swelling.
  • Well formed chest, joints, limbs and toes.
  • Absence of Hernia.
  • Absence of congenital defects.
  • Absence of genital- urinary tract diseases.
  • Healthy gum and set of teeth.
  • Absence of any mental illness.

 

Engineering Officer posts after 12th Science

Some Officer posts that falls under this category are- Submarine Engineer Officer, Engineering General Service Officer and Naval Construction Officer. 12th Science stream students are eligible to apply for these posts using the Cadet (NDA) entry mode as well as B.Tech Cadet entry mode.

 

1 NDA Cadet Entry

Only Unmarried male candidates are eligible to make use of this entry mode.

 

Age Limit

16.5 to 19 years of age.

 

Educational Qualifications

10+2 Science stream schooling with Physics and Mathematics subjects.

 

Medical standards

Eyesight requirement chart-

Indian Navy Technical branch eyesight requirement

 

Apart from eyesight, candidates also have to satisfy a set of other physical standards laid out by Indian Navy-

 

  • Good hearing ability.
  • Absence of nose, throat or ear disease.
  • No speech impediment.
  • No granular swelling.
  • Well formed chest, joints, limbs and toes.
  • Absence of Hernia.
  • Absence of congenital defects.
  • Absence of genital- urinary tract diseases.
  • Healthy gum and set of teeth.
  • Absence of any mental illness.

 

2 10+2 B.Tech. Entry

Only Unmarried male candidates are eligible to make use of this entry mode.

 

Age Limit

16.5 to 19 years of age.

 

Educational Qualifications

10+2 Science stream schooling with Physics and Mathematics subjects, with minimum 70% marks in PCM subjects. Also, minimum 50% marks is required in English subject also (10th or 12th class).

 

Medical standards

Eyesight requirement chart-

Indian Navy Technical branch eyesight requirement

 

Apart from eyesight, candidates also have to satisfy a set of other physical standards laid out by Indian Navy-

 

  • Good hearing ability.
  • Absence of nose, throat or ear disease.
  • No speech impediment.
  • No granular swelling.
  • Well formed chest, joints, limbs and toes.
  • Absence of Hernia.
  • Absence of congenital defects.
  • Absence of genital- urinary tract diseases.
  • Healthy gum and set of teeth.
  • Absence of any mental illness.

 

Electrical Officer posts after 12th Science

Some Officer posts that falls under this category are- General Service Officer and Submarine Electrical Officer. 12th Science stream students are eligible to apply for these posts using the Cadet (NDA) entry mode as well as B.Tech Cadet entry mode.

 

1 NDA Cadet Entry

Only Unmarried male candidates are eligible to make use of this entry mode.

 

Age Limit

16.5 to 19 years of age.

 

Educational Qualifications

10+2 Science stream schooling with Physics and Mathematics subjects.

 

Medical standards

Eyesight requirement chart-

Indian Navy Technical branch eyesight requirement

 

Apart from eyesight, candidates also have to satisfy a set of other physical standards laid out by Indian Navy-

 

  • Good hearing ability.
  • Absence of nose, throat or ear disease.
  • No speech impediment.
  • No granular swelling.
  • Well formed chest, joints, limbs and toes.
  • Absence of Hernia.
  • Absence of congenital defects.
  • Absence of genital- urinary tract diseases.
  • Healthy gum and set of teeth.
  • Absence of any mental illness.

 

2 10+2 B.Tech. Entry

Only Unmarried male candidates are eligible to make use of this entry mode.

 

Age Limit

16.5 to 19 years of age.

 

Educational Qualifications

10+2 Science stream schooling with Physics and Mathematics subjects, with minimum 70% marks in PCM subjects. Also, minimum 50% marks is required in English subject also (10th or 12th class).

 

Medical standards

Eyesight requirement chart-

Indian Navy Technical branch eyesight requirement

 

Apart from eyesight, candidates also have to satisfy a set of other physical standards laid out by Indian Navy-

 

  • Good hearing ability.
  • Absence of nose, throat or ear disease.
  • No speech impediment.
  • No granular swelling.
  • Well formed chest, joints, limbs and toes.
  • Absence of Hernia.
  • Absence of congenital defects.
  • Absence of genital- urinary tract diseases.
  • Healthy gum and set of teeth.
  • Absence of any mental illness.
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