Updated December 18th, 2023 at 09:17 IST
Indian Navy CET registration begins today, here's how to apply
The Indian Navy is set to commence the registration process for the Indian Navy Civilian Entrance Test (CET) starting from December 18, 2023.
The Indian Navy is set to commence the registration process for the Indian Navy Civilian Entrance Test (CET) starting from December 18, 2023. This recruitment drive aims to fill 910 vacancies within the Indian Navy.
Candidates interested in applying for these positions can do so by accessing the official website at joinindiannavy.gov.in. The application submission deadline is slated for December 31, providing a window for eligible applicants to complete the process.
Application Fee: As part of the application process, candidates are required to pay an examination fee of ₹295. However, certain categories such as SC/ST/PwBDs/Ex-Serviceman and women candidates are exempted from this fee.
Exam Pattern: The examination pattern for Indian Navy CET 2023 entails an online test comprising multiple-choice questions in both English and Hindi. Shortlisted candidates meeting the eligibility criteria will undergo this examination.
For those interested in applying, the process involves visiting the official website and navigating to the 'Join Navy' section. From there, candidates can explore the 'ways to join' and select the 'civilians' option. Clicking on the INICET 2023 link will lead to the application form, which needs to be completed along with the submission of required documents.
Upon filling out the application, candidates should submit it online and retain a printed copy for future reference.
How to apply for the Indian Navy CET 2023:
- Go to the official website www.joinindiannavy.gov.in.
- On the homepage, select 'Join Navy.'
- Click on 'ways to join' and choose 'civilians.'
- Access the INICET 2023 link.
- Complete the application form.
- Upload all necessary documents.
- Submit the application and keep a printed copy for your records.
Published December 18th, 2023 at 09:16 IST