Join Indian Navy as Topass (Sailor, Non Matric Recruit)

In this article, we will check out how one may join the Indian Navy as Topass (this post falls under Non Matric Recruit entry). The job post that I will mention here is not an Officer post. This is a career option that ultimately falls under the Sailor category. Non Matric Recruit entry is also known by the short name NMR. Here, you will be reading about important joining details like- age limit, educational qualifications required, physical & medical standards required, application process and selection procedure.

Indian Navy Topass recruitment

How to join Indian Navy as Topass (Sailor- Non Matric Recruit)?

 

Job post and branches details

This is not an Officer post entry. NMR entry comes under the Sailor category. In case of Non Matric Recruit entry, the following branches/job posts are available under it-

  1. Topass

 

Educational Qualification required

In case of NMR recruit, the minimum educational qualification required is that the applicant should be 6th standard passed. Candidates holding higher qualifications may also apply.

 

Age limit

Applicant should be between 17-21 years of age at the time when training starts at INS Chilka. Upper age limit will be relaxed by 12 months in case of sportsmen who have performed at International/National/State level events.

 

Physical & Medical standards

Candidate must be able to clear the Physical Fitness Test round. In PFT test, there are three main tasks- run 1.6 Km in 7 minutes, do 20 squats and 10 push ups.

 

Medical examination will be carried out by qualified Military Doctor. Minimum height requirement is 157 cm. Weight should be in proportion to the height of the candidate. Minimum chest expansion required is 5 cm. Candidate should not have cardiovascular diseases and surgical deformities. Also, there shouldn’t be any history of mental illnesses.

 

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Eyesight requirements- without glasses (6/60 better eye, 6/60 worse eye), with glasses (6/9 better eye, 6/24 worse eye). Candidate must have Colour perception standard of CP 2.

 

How to apply?

One will be able to find application forms along with advertisement in popular newspapers. Application form in same format can also be typed on white paper. Form can also be downloaded from the site- joinindiannavy.gov.in.

 

The form has to be filled up with correct details. Passport size photo has to be pasted on the form at the appropriate place. Along with the application form, one must also put attested copy (by a Gazetted Officer) of relevant Educational Certificate/Marksheet.

 

Two self addressed envelopes also have to be submitted along with the form and Certificate/Marksheet . On one envelope, 10 Rupees’ stamp has to be put. One envelope should be without any stamp. The envelope should be brown in color.

 

On the envelope containing the application form and other certificate, write- NMR (Batch number)- your District- marks scored in examination.

 

After completing all of the above mentioned steps, send the envelope to the following address by Ordinary Post only-

 

Post Box No.476

Gol Dak Khana, GPO

New Delhi- 110 001

 

Selection process

  • Initial shortlist of candidates is made on the basis of marks scored in examination. Such shortlisted candidates will be sent call letter by post. The call letter will provide details like- written exam date and venue, exam timing etc. Candidates may also download the written exam call letter from joinindiannavy.gov.in website.
  • Written exam will be held at designated exam centres. The exam duration will be 40 minutes and will consist of subjects- Mathematics and General Knowledge. Candidate will have to score minimum qualifying marks in each section as well as the aggregate marks. Candidates who qualify the written exam stage are then allowed to take part in Physical Fitness Test.
  • PFT consists of 1.6 Km run (to be completed in 7 minutes), 10 push ups and 20 squats. Candidates who clear PFT round are then supposed to appear for Medical Examination.
  • Medical examination will be conducted by Military Doctors. Candidates who manage to clear this examination stand a chance to get featured in the final merit list.
  • All India level merit list will be prepared. Candidates featuring in this merit list will be selected and notified via their recruitment centres. They will get call letter to report at INS Chilka to undergo the Final Enrollment Medicals test. Before final selection is made, selected candidates will also have to go through one Final Enrollment Medicals test.
  • Final selection to training and enrollment to Indian Navy will happen only if a candidate clears the Final Enrollment Medicals.
  • After final selection, candidate will have to undergo training at INS Chilka. This is called basic training and it will last a period of 15 weeks. After completing basic training, a candidate will receive professional training at appropriate Naval establishment.

 

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