Indian Navy AA, SSR & MR Feb 2020 Batch Admit Card Released
Indian Navy AA, SSR & MR Feb 2020 Batch Admit Card Released; Download at joinindiannavy.gov.in
The Indian Navy has released admit cards for the Senior Secondary Recruit (SSR), Artificer Apprentice (AA) & Matric Recruit (MR) February 2020 batch recruitment exam on its official website, joinindiannavy.gov.in. Candidates who applied for Indian Navy AA, SSR & MR Feb 2020 batch recruitment exam can download the hall tickets/admit cards from the official website, joinindiannavy.gov.in. The exam for Artificer Apprentice (AA), Senior Secondary Recruit (SSR) and Matric Recruit (MR) is scheduled from September 16 -21, 2019.
In July, the Indian Navy had invited unmarried male candidates for enrollment as Sailors for Artificer Apprentice (AA) and Senior Secondary Recruits (SSR) for batch course commencing February 2020.
How to download Indian Navy AA, SSR & MR Feb 2020 Batch Admit Card?
- Visit the official website of Indian Navy, joinindiannavy.gov.in
- On the homepage, Click on the link “Admit Card Download Dates: INET (Officers) – 08 to 15 Sep 19 ; AA/SSR – 09 to 18 Sep 19 ; MR – 12 to 21 Sep 19”
- Login using your email id and password
- Indian Navy Admit Card 2019 will be displayed
- Download it and take print out of it.
Indian Navy AA, SSR & MR Feb 2020 batch: Examination pattern
- One common examination will be conducted for AA and SSR entries
- The question paper will be computer-based with a total of 100 questions, each carrying 01 mark
- The question paper will be bilingual (Hindi and English) and objective type (multiple-choice)
- The question paper will comprise of four sections i.e. English, Science, Mathematics and General Knowledge
- The standard of the question paper will be that of 10+2 Syllabus and sample papers for the examination are available on website www.joinindiannavy.gov.in
- Duration of examination will be one hour
- The candidates are required to pass in all sections and in aggregate .The Navy reserves the right to determine the pass marks in each Section and in aggregate
- Candidates should note that there will be penalty (Negative Marking) for wrong answers marked by a candidate in the question paper. 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
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