The Indian Navy has opened the vacancies for unmarried males for Matric Recruit (MR) as Sailors and the selected 300 candidates would be recruited for April 2022 batch. Eligible and interested candidates may apply till November 2, 2021, through the official website – 

The recruitment process for the same would start from October 29 (Friday). 

Indian Navy MR Recruitment 2021: Educational Qualification and Age

The candidate must be a Class X pass from an educational board recognized by the Central/State Government. The Candidates should be between 17-20 years on the day of enrolment.

Also Read: CBSE Class 10 and 12 datesheet to be released on October 18

Indian Navy MR Recruitment 2021: Salary

Initial stipend: Rs 14,600 per month.

On successful completion of initial training: Level 3 of the Defence Pay Matrix (Rs 21,700 - Rs 69,100), the candidate would be given DU per month (if applicable). 

Indian Navy MR Recruitment 2021: Exam Pattern and Syllabus

Exam Pattern: 1.) The exam would consist of objective-type questions.

2.) Question paper would be divided into two sections – Section A: Science and Mathematics and Section B: General Awareness. 

3.) The question paper would be bilingual (Hindi and English). 

4.) Candidate would be selected after two processes – Written Exam and Physical Fitness Test (PFT). All candidates appearing for written examination would be subjected to PFT on the same day. 

Syllabus: To know the syllabus for the exam, the candidate may click HERE. 

Also Read: RSMSSB Patwari 2021: Admit Card likely to release today, check other details here

Indian Navy MR Recruitment 2021: How to Apply?

To apply for the recruitment exam, candidates may follow the below-mentioned steps: 

Step 1: Go to the official website –

Step 2: If not registered, register yourself. Then, log in using your registered email ID.

Step 3: Click on “Current Opportunities” and then click “Apply”.

Step 4: Fill up the form and attach all the required scanned documents. 

Step 5: Click on the “Submit” button. 

Step 6: Save and take the printout for future reference.

You Might Also Like