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Indian Navy recruitment 2018: Know all necessary details here

Indian Navy recruitment 2018: Know all necessary details here


The Indian Navy has released a notification to recruiting, grab the opportunity and be a part of the Indian armed forces.

The Indian Navy has released a notification to recruit for the posts of Civilian Motor Driver. Candidates who want to seek a job can apply online till June 30, 2018. Candidates can also visit the Indian Vavy site: indiannavy.nic.in for the updates. The date of and place of exam will be available in the admit card.

Syllabus for Navy recruitment 2018

The exam will be on the following subjects: General intelligence and reasoning, General English, Numerical aptitude, and awareness in relevant trade.

Selection process of Indian Navy recruitment 2018

Selection for the positions will be based on the written test and further assessments.

Indian Navy recruitment 2018:  Vacancy Details:

There are 24 posts of Civilian Motor Driver.

Eligibility criteria for Indian Navy recruitment 2018

Educational Qualification:

The candidates must hold Matriculation certificate or equivalent qualification from any recognised institution. 


The candidate must hold a heavy vehicle driving licence and possess at least 2 years experience in heavy Motor driving.

Age Limit

The Candidates should be in the age bracket of 18 to 25 years. Age relaxation will be according to the notification. One must read through the notification.

Important notice for Indian Navy Recruitment 2018

The candidates must make sure that they have all the documents at hand when they are applying for the posts. Any error in the application process can lead to cancellation of the application form. On the safer side, candidates should apply early to avoid last-minute rush. All the important instruction about the application process and the exam are available on the official website. 

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