Nausena Bharti Indian Navy Recruitment 2018

Total No. Posts - 38 Posts

Last Date 10 February

Job Details : 
1) Post Name: SSC (Education)
No. of Vacancy: 18 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 56100-110700/-
Qualification: M.Sc. (Physics/ Nuclear Physics/ Maths/ Operational Research) with Maths in B.Sc or M.A. (English) or BE/ B.Tech (Electronics & Communication/ Electrical & Electronics/ Electronics & Instrumentation / Electronics & Telecommunications/ Electrical Engineering)
Age Limit : Born between 02 Jan 1994 & 01 Jan 1998 (for SSC Education)

2) Post Name: PC (Logistics)
No. of Vacancy: 20 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 56100-110700/-
Qualification: BE/ B.Tech in any discipline or MBA with First Class or B.Sc/ B.Com/ B.Sc. with first class and a PG Diploma in Finance/ Logistics/ Supply Chain Management/ Material Management or MCA/ M.Sc (IT).
Age Limit: Born between 02 Jan 1994 to 01 Jan 1999 for PC (Logistics) (both dates inclusive).

Job Location: All India

Indian Navy Selection Process: Selection will be based on Service Selection Board (SSB) interview based on their marks obtained in final educational qualification.

Application Fee: There is no application fee.

How to Apply: Interested Candidates may apply Online through the website form 20.01.2018 to 10.02.2018 thereafter website link will be disabled.

Important Dates to Remember :
Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: 20.01.2018
Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 10.02.2018
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