The Ministry of Defence has released the official notification for the Navik (General Duty and Domestic Branch) and Yantrik recruitment for 02/2022 batch. Interested and eligible male candidates can start applying online from January 04 to January 14, 2022. Every detail regarding the eligibility criteria, educational qualification, selection procedure, etc. have been mentioned in the official notification.
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A total of 260 General Duty and 35 Domestic Branch vacancies will be filled via this recruitment. The notification also lists vacancies for Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics). The entire selection process will involve four stages. The first stage or stage 1 is the written examination. However, the examination pattern may differ depending on the post applied for.
General Duty (GD)
Candidates applying for Navik (GD) will have to appear for Sections I and II of the written test. The passing marks is ‘30+20=50’ for UR, EWS, and OBC category candidates, and ‘27+17=44’ for SC and ST category candidates. It is compulsory to pass in Sections I and II separately.
- Section I has a total of 60 questions comprising 60 marks. It will be held for a duration of 45 minutes. There will be 20 questions from Maths, 10 from Science, 15 from English, 10 from Reasoning and 05 from GK. The syllabus will be based on the Class 10th standard.
- Section II has a maximum of 50 for 50 marks. The time allotted for this section is 30 minutes. There will be 25 questions from Maths and 25 questions from Physics. The standard of the questions will be based on the Class 12 Maths and Physics syllabus.
Domestic Branch (DB)
Aspirants for the post of Navik (DB) will have to appear for only Section I of the written exam. The passing marks is 30 for UR, EWS and OBC category candidates and 27 for SC and ST category candidates.
- Section I will have a total of 60 questions for 60 marks. It will be held for a duration of 45 minutes. There will be 20 questions from Maths, 10 from Science, 15 from English, 10 from Reasoning and 05 from GK. The syllabus will be based on the Class 10th standard.
The question papers for all the sections will follow an objective-type pattern with each question having 04 options. Candidates will have to choose the correct option. However, there is no negative marking in the written tests. Now, based on the performance of the computer-based online examination, candidates will be shortlisted for stage II.
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