- Duration: 10 weeks
INDIAN NAVY ENTRANCE TEST (INET)
1. Introduction. Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) is the officers’ entry under the control of IHQ MoD (Navy)/ DMPR and caters for both Permanent Commission (PC) and Short Service Commission (SSC). The INET will be conducted twice a year.
2. Selection Procedure The selection procedure is as follows:-
(a) INET. INET (Officer) is a computer-based written examination. There will be four sections and candidate is required to pass in all four sections separately with minimum 40% marks.
(i) Examination Centre. All eligible candidates, whose applications are received by the due date, will be called for Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) to be conducted at one of the INET centres as per their choice, subject to availability of slots at that centre. Call up letters cum Admit Card for online examination indicating the date, time and place, would be required to be downloaded from the official website www.joinindiannavy.
(ii) INET Syllabus. INET exam will be of two hours duration. It will contain 100 Multiple Choice Questions comprising Questions on English, Reasoning & Numerical Ability, General Knowledge, General Science & Mathematical Aptitude. Each section will be of 100 marks with negative marking of one mark for incorrect answer.
(b) Shortlisting for SSB. IHQ of MoD (N) reserves the right to shortlist candidates strictly on the basis of INET rank cum preference & choice. However, candidates are required to qualify in all sections of the INET Exam to be considered for shortlisting to appear in SSB interview. No communication will be entertained on this account. SSB interviews for short-listed candidates will be tentatively scheduled at Bangalore for Pilot & Observer candidates and at Bangalore/ Bhopal/ Visakhapatnam/ Kolkata for other branches/ entries. Shortlisted candidates will be informed about their selection for SSB interview on their e-mail or through SMS (provided by candidates in their application form). Candidates are advised not to change their e-mail/ mobile No-till selection process is over.