Indian Navy SSR Recruitment 2024 – Agniveer SSR Online Form

Last Date: 27/05/2024. Indian Navy has released an employment notification for the recruitment of Agniveer (SSR) posts for 02/2024 batch.  Unmarried male and female candidates may apply online here. 

As Agniveer (SSR), a candidate will become part of a highly technical Organization. Hr/ She will be required to serve in powerful, modern ships such as Aircraft Carriers, Guided Missile Destroyers and Frigates, Replenishment Ships and highly technical and fascinating submarines and aircraft.

Indian Navy SSR Recruitment 2024

Name of postAgniveer (Senior Secondary Recruits)
No of postsTo be updated later

1. Male: To be updated later
2. Female: To be updated later
Name of organisationIndian Navy
Name of batch 02/2024 batch
Name of schemeAgnipath Scheme 
Duration of service4 years 
Mode of applicationOnline
Training venue INS Chilka, Odisha
Age LimitCandidate should be born between 01 Nov 2003 – 30 Apr 2007 (Both dates inclusive).
Martial StatusOnly unmarried Indian male and female candidates are eligible for enrollment as Agniveer. Agniveers shall not be permitted to marry during their entire tenure of four years.
Educational Qualification(i) Qualified in 10+2 with Mathematics & Physics from Boards of School Education recognized by Ministry of Education, Govt of India, with minimum 50% marks in aggregate. 
(ii) Passed Three years diploma course in Engineering (Mechanical/ Electrical/ Automobiles/ Computer Science/ Instrumentation Technology/ Information Technology) from Central, State and UT recognized Polytechnic Institute with 50% marks in aggregate. 
(iii)  Passed Two years Vocational Course with Non-vocational subject viz, Physics and Mathematics from Education Boards recognized by Central, State and UT with 50% marks in aggregate.

Application Fee of Indian Navy SSR Recruitment

Candidates applying for Indian Navy Agniveer SSR Recruitment have to pay an application fee as per the details mentioned below.

General / OBC550/- + 18% GST
SC / ST 550/- + 18% GST
Payment Mode Debit Card / Credit Card / Net Banking

How to Apply for Indian Navy Recruitment ?

The applications are to be filled online only on website and all required documents in original are to be scanned and uploaded. Candidates may submit their online application starting by following below mentioned steps. 

# Scroll down, go to Important Web-Links section .

# Click on the “Online Application Form” and complete the registration process.

# In the next stage, click on “Online Application Form” Link and Login.

# Fill your all personal and educational details and upload necessary documents.

# At the end, pay the application fee and submit the form.

# Don’t forget to take a print out of the application form .

Important Dates of Indian Navy SSR Recruitment 2024

Starting date of submission of online application13th May 2024
Last date of submission of online application27th May 2024

Important Web-Links of Indian Navy Recruitment

Online Application FormClick Here
Advertisement DetailsClick Here
Official WebsiteClick Here

Selection Process of Navy SSR Recruitment

The selection process of Agniveer (SSR) – 02/2024 batch will include following two stages

(i) Shortlisting (computer based online examination)

(ii) Written Examination, PFT and Recruitment Medical Examination

Stage I (INET)

Shortlisting: All India computer based examination- INET would be conducted for shortlisting of candidates. Shortlisting would be based on marks obtained in the Indian Navy Entrance Test. Shortlisting will be carried out in state wise manner. The cut off marks for shortlisting for next stage of selection process may vary from state to state as vacancies have been allocated in a state wise manner.

Type of examComputer Based Examination
Medium of examThe question paper will be bilingual (Hindi & English)
Total marks100 marks
Type of questionObjective type (multiple choice)
No of questions100
Duration of exam1 hour
Standard of question paper12th standard syllabus
SyllabusThe question paper will comprise of four sections i.e. English, Science, Mathematics and General Awareness.
Negative MarkingCandidates should note that there will be penalty (Negative Marking) for wrong answers given by a candidate. There are four alternatives for the answer to every question. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one fourth (0.25) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty. 

Stage II (Written Exam, PFT and Recruitment Medical)

Candidates shortlisted in INET examination (computer based online examination) will be issued call-up letter for Stage II (written examination, PFT & Recruitment Medical Examination). Stage-II will be conducted in the designated Indian Navy’s centers. The syllabus for Stage-II written exam is available on official website. Aadhar Card is mandatory for Stage-II.

Physical Standards: Qualifying in Physical Fitness Test (PFT) is mandatory for selection. Candidates undergoing PFT will do so at their own risk. PFT standard is as follow:- 

1.6 KM Running6:30 Minutes8 Minutes
Squats 2015
Bent Knee Sit-ups1510

Recruitment Medical Examination: Recruitment Medical Examination will be carried out for candidates who qualify PFT. Candidates qualifying Recruitment Medical Examination will be considered for merit list. Candidates who are found medically unfit in Recruitment Medical Examination will be advised to appeal against its findings, if they so desire, at designated military hospital (allocated by the Indian Navy) within a maximum period of 21 days. Medical fitness certificate issued by hospitals other than designated Military Hospitals (allocated by the Indian Navy) will not be considered. No further review/ appeal is permissible.

Merit List: Merit list will be prepared based on performance in Stage-II written exam, subject to qualification in Physical Fitness Test and Recruitment Medical Examination. Merit List for Agniveer (SSR) – male and female will be based on a state wise merit. The cut off marks for issue of call up letter for recruitment at INS Chilka may vary from state to state.

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