The Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) is an examination administered by the Navy for Graduate applicants seeking officer level entry. Recruitment into the Indian Navy at the officer level is not easy. To get the desired job of working for the prestigious Indian Navy, the individual must excel in a variety of disciplines.
The official notification for the INET is not yet released and is expected very soon. Once the notification is released, candidates can find the details in the below article. The article also contains information on the selection process and the application process for INET 2022.
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INET 2022 Overview
The Indian Navy is expected to release the INET 2022 notification in May 2022. The announcement aims to invite applicants for short service commission/permanent service commission officers in the executive, technical, and educational branches. Candidates that are chosen are trained at the Indian Naval Academy (INA) in Ezhimala.
Important dates, vacancies, the selection procedure, the curriculum, the test format, and many other facts are included in the INET notification. More information about the INET 2022 notification may be found in the table below.
|INET 2022: Notification Overview|
|Name of Exam||INET(Indian Navy Entrance Test)|
|Name of the Organization||Indian Navy|
|Vacancies||To be announced|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Application Fee||Gen/OBC: INR 215
|Mode of Exam||Online|
|Release of Application Form||To be announced|
|Last Date to Apply||To be announced|
|Admit card||To be announced|
|Exam Date||To be announced|
|Result||To be announced|
|SSB Interviews||To be announced|
|Commencement of Course||To be announced|
|Job Location||Across India|
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INET 2022: Application Process
Interested candidates can apply for the exam online. The following are the steps to filling out the application form:
- Go to the official website of the Indian Navy.
- Candidates who visit the website for the first time must register by clicking on the ‘Register’ button.
- They must register using any government or state-issued photo ID or Aadhar Card.
- Next, input your academic information, address, personal information, email address, and phone number.
- Set a password and upload scanned copies of essential documents.
- Log in using the registered email ID and password using the ‘Login’ link on the homepage.
- Click on ‘Apply’.
- All of the candidate’s data and information will be gathered from the profile created during registration and will not be altered.
- Pay the application fee using online payment methods.
- Submit the application form and take a printout.
Application fees vary from candidate to candidate as per the categories.
The Indian Navy has issued a specific list of documents that must be uploaded. All documents must be saved in JPG/FITT format. The following documents are included in the list:
- Original Certificates
- Marksheets of 10th, 12th and Graduation
- Domicile Certificate
- NCC Certificate (if held)
- Recent passport size photograph
INET 2022: Selection Process
The recruiting process for direct officer level admittance into the Indian Navy is divided into four key stages. All of these levels are qualifying in nature, which means that the applicant must pass the previous step before proceeding to the next. The following phases comprise the INET selection process:
- INET Computer Based Written Examination
- SSB Interview
- Medical Examination
- Merit List
INET Written Test:
The Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) is a written computer test. The test is divided into four sections: English, General Knowledge, Reasoning & Numerical Ability, and General Science & Mathematical Aptitude. Each section will be worth 100 marks. Candidates must pass each section with at least 40% of the marks. The test will solely include multiple-choice questions.
INET SSB Interview:
The Service Selection Board (SSB) interview lasts for 5-7 days. In this interview, applicants are assessed for their OLQs (Officer Like Qualities) in their personalities. The interview is divided into two parts:
Stage I interviews include an intelligence exam, a picture perception test and a discussion test.
Stage II will involve examinations such as psychological assessment, group testing, and interviews.
INET Medical Examination:
Candidates who pass the above screening process will be examined for medical fitness. The medical examination is a time-consuming process that may span 4-5 days. At the conclusion of the examination, applicants will be classified as Fit, Temporarily Unfit or Permanently Unfit. The following are some of the faults that may result in a rejection:
- Flat Foot
- Knock Knee
- Kidney Stones
- Sweaty Palms
- Presence of surgically introduced foreign objects in the body.
- Color Perception
- Carrying angle of Elbow
- Pigeon Test
INET Merit List:
Candidates who are medically fit are considered for the merit list. The merit list is created by allocating 50% of the weightage to the INET written exam score and the remaining 50% to the SSB Interview scores. This merit list will be at the national level since it will take into account qualifying applicants from all examination centres around the country.
The INET written examination may be prepared for with extensive preparation and a study plan, but gaining physical and medical fitness is a long-term process. As a result, applicants interested in joining the Indian Navy must begin working on their medical and physical fitness.
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Frequently Asked Questions about INET 2022 Notifications
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