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About Examination

The Navy examination holds the key to an extraordinary career in naval forces. It serves as a gateway to a life of adventure, service, and honour. The Navy examination assesses candidates on various aspects such as aptitude, knowledge, physical fitness, and leadership skills. It evaluates their readiness to navigate the challenging waters of naval operations. Successful candidates gain the opportunity to join the esteemed ranks of the Navy, serving their country with pride and dedication. Aspiring naval officers undergo rigorous training, mastering maritime tactics, communication systems, navigation, and warfare techniques. They become the backbone of naval defence, safeguarding coastal waters, ensuring maritime security, and participating in humanitarian missions. The Navy examination is a crucial step towards a remarkable career of loyalty, valour, and commitment to protect the nation's interests at sea

Essential Details About the Navy Examination



 Indian Navy



Marital Status



 Men & Women

Age Limit

 17.5 to 21 years

Medical Standard 


 No cardio vascular disease 

 No surgical deformities

 No history of fits or psychiatric ailments No ear infection. 

 Advised to get ears cleaned for wax and tartar removed from teeth before appearing for the written test, PFT & medical examination

 Must pass the CPII color perception standard and Eyes Visual 

Selection Procedure

 Written Test,

 Physical Fitness Test,

 Medical Examination

Educational Qualification

 60% in Maths and Physics in 10+2


Indian Navy Exam Pattern at a Glance:

Candidates should check the exam pattern and syllabus before taking the exam; the exam dates and syllabus will be announced soon on the official websites-

The online questionnaires for Indian Navy SSR recruitment have four sections in both Hindi and English, with each section worth 25 points. Following the Physical Fitness test and the Medical Standards, candidates will be required to take online examinations.







100 Marks

60 Minutes





General Knowledge



100 Questions

100 Marks

  • The total number of questions is 100, and each correct answer is worth one mark, while each incorrect answer is worth 0.25 points.
  • The level of difficulty of the questions will be 10+2.
  • To be eligible for the next tests, candidates must achieve a qualifying score in all sections and overall.


NAVY Exam Eligibility Criteria 2023:

Educational Qualification

  • AA: Candidates must have a 10+2/equivalent diploma with subjects Mathematics and Physics and an overall grade point average of 60%.
  • SSR: Candidates must have completed 10+2/equivalent with Mathematics and Physics as subjects.


Age Limit

The candidate should be between the ages of 17.5 and 21. Male Indian citizens and subjects of Nepal and Bhutan who are not married

Minimum Height and Physical Standard

  • A minimum height of 157 cm is required.
  • Weight proportionate
  • A minimum chest expansion of 5 cm is required.
  • Excellent mental and physical health


NAVY Exam Syllabus 2023


  • Laws of Motion
  • Work Energy and Power
  • The motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body.
  • Electricity and its Applications
  • Mechanics of Solids and Fluids
  • Force and Gravitation,
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
  • Oscillations and Waves
  • Current Electricity
  • Magnetism
  • Metals and Non-Metals
  • Sound and Wave
  • Electromagnetic Induction
  • Alternating current
  • Dual Nature of Matter and Radiations
  • Optics
  • Atomic Nucleus



  • Atomic Structure
  • Some basic concepts of Chemistry
  • Chemical Bonding
  • States of Matter
  • Carbon and its Compounds
  • Periodic Table



  • Relations and Functions
  • Logarithms
  • Complex Numbers
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Sequences and Series
  • Trigonometry
  • Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry
  • Probability Function
  • Limits and Continuity
  • Differentiation



  • Passage
  • Preposition
  • Correction of sentences
  • Change active to passive/passive to active voice.
  • Change direct to indirect/indirect to direct
  • Verbs/Tense/Non-Finite


General Awareness

  • Culture and Religion
  • Geography: Soil, Rivers
  • Mountains, Ports
  • Inland Harbors
  • Freedom Movement.
  • Sports: championships/Winners/Terms/No. of Players
  • Defence
  • Wars and Neighbours
  • Current Affairs
  • Arts, Dance, History, Languages, Capitals, and Currencies.
  • National : Bird/ Animal/ Sport/ Flower/ Anthem/ Song/ Flag/ Monuments, Eminent Personalities


NAVY Selection Process

  • Written Examination: The first step is to clear a written examination, which assesses candidates' knowledge in mathematics, English, science, and general awareness. The study is followed by the declaration of a result, determining candidates' eligibility for further stages.
  • Physical Fitness Test: Candidates who pass the written examination undergo a physical fitness test. This test includes various physical activities such as running, push-ups, sit-ups, and a 10-minute swimming test. It evaluates the candidates' physical endurance and fitness levels.
  • Medical Examination: Clearing the physical fitness test leads to a thorough medical examination. It ensures that candidates meet the required medical standards and are fit to serve in the Indian Navy. It includes tests for vision, hearing, physical disabilities, and overall health.
  • Personal Interview: Candidates who pass the medical examination face a personal interview conducted by a panel of officers. The interview assesses candidates' communication skills, confidence, leadership potential, and understanding of the Indian Navy.
  • Merit List and Final Selection: Based on the performance in the written examination, physical fitness test, medical examination, and personal interview, a merit list is prepared. Candidates are selected based on their overall performance and the availability of vacancies.


FAQs( Frequently Asked Questions)


What is the Navy examination and why is it important?

The Navy examination is a competitive exam that evaluates candidates aspiring to join the naval forces. It is important because it determines eligibility for a career in the Navy and opens doors to a life of adventure, service, and honour.

What are the eligibility criteria for appearing in the Navy examination?

The eligibility criteria for the Navy examination may vary, but typically include educational qualifications, age limits, nationality requirements, and physical fitness standards. It is important to review the official guidelines or consult with a Navy recruitment authority for specific details.

What subjects and topics are covered in the Navy examination?

The Navy examination covers a range of subjects and topics such as mathematics, English language skills, general knowledge, reasoning ability, and naval-related subjects like navigation, maritime operations, and naval history.

How physically fit do I need to be for the Navy examination?

Physical fitness is an important aspect of joining the Navy. The exact fitness requirements may vary depending on the specific branch and role you are aspiring for. Generally, candidates are expected to meet certain physical standards related to height, weight, vision, endurance, and strength.

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