Navy Agniveer Admit Card 2023: Under the selection process for the recruitment of total 4465 posts of Navy Matric Recruits (MR) and Senior Secondary Recruits (SSR) Agniveer, the admit card has been issued to appear in the INET computer-based examination to be conducted in the first phase. have done MR and SSR INET Computer Based Test has been announced to be held from 8th to 11th July.
Navy Agniveer Admit Card 2023: Important update for the candidates applied for recruitment to more than 4 thousand posts of Navy Agniveer (SSR, MR). The Indian Navy has included in the INET computer-based examination to be conducted in the first stage (Stage 1) under the prescribed selection process for recruitment to a total of 4465 posts (increased number) of Matric Recruits (MR) and Senior Secondary Recruits (SSR) Agniveer. Admit cards have been issued for the same. Candidates who have applied for this recruitment can download their Navy Agniveer Admit Card 2023 from official website, agniveernavy.cdac.in active link or direct link given below.
Navy Agniveer MR, SSR Admit Card 2023 Download Link
Explain that the application process for 1365 posts under Agniveer SSR Recruitment (02/2023) and 100 posts under MR Recruitment (02/2023) was started by the Indian Navy from May 29 and the last date was fixed for June 19. . However, later the number of posts for SSR Agniveer Recruitment has been increased to 4165 by the Navy by issuing amendment notifications, in which 833 are reserved for female candidates. Similarly, the number of posts for MR recruitment has been increased to 300, in which 60 are reserved for women candidates. After this, computer based examination is to be conducted in the first phase.
Navy has already announced the exam dates for MR and SSR Recruitment. Stage 1 for this year’s second batch of Agniveer Recruitment is to be organized from 8th July to 11th July. The exam will consist of 100 MCQ questions in Hindi and English languages from the subjects English, Mathematics and General Awareness. 1 mark is prescribed for each question. Whereas, 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer. Stage 1 is for shortlisting of candidates, in which based on the performance will be invited for Stage 2.