The Indian Navy has released the admit cards of the written examination for the post of Sailor under AA (Artificer Apprentice) and SSR (Senior Secondary Recruit) exam 2021. All the candidates who have applied for the said examination now can download the Indian Navy AA admit cards from the official website, at joinindiannavy.gov.in. For reference to the candidates, a direct link to download the admit card is also given below.
The Written Examination and PFT Call-up Letters for AA / SSR Aug 2021 Batch available for download. Kindly login to Application Dashboard," read the official notice at Indian Navy website.
The online applications for the SSR/AA exam 2021 were invited from the unmarried male candidates for enrollment as sailors for AA and SSR for 500 and 2000 vacancies (approximately) respectively for the batch starting in August 2021. The vacancies will be earmarked in a state-wise manner.
For the total of 2500 vacancies, about 10,000 candidates will be called for written examination and Physical Fitness Test (PFT). The cut-off marks for appearing in the written examination may vary from state to state. In order to download the Indian Navy SSR/AA Admit Card 2021, the candidates are suggested to either follow the direct link or the below-mentioned steps by visiting the website.
Indian Navy SSR/ AA Admit Card 2021: How to download
1. Go to the website, joinindiannavy.gov.in or follow above link
2. On the homepage, click on the tab that reads, 'Candidate Login'
3. Enter your login details and then click on Submit
4. Your Indian Navy AA SSR Admit Card 2021 will be displayed
5. Download it and take a print copy of the same for future use.
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According to the reports, the Indian Navy has decided to call up a limited number of applicants for the test. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, an exception is being made in the public interest wherein approximately 10,000 candidates will be called up for written examination and PFT, an official statement reads. The shortlisting of the candidates for written examination and PFT will be undertaken on the basis of the percentage of qualifying examination (10+2 examination).
Computer-Based Examination (CBT):
The first step is the written exam which takes place in the online mode. The questions asked in the exam will be objective type. 100 questions will be asked and the time duration to finish the exam will be 1 hour. The question paper will be available in English and Hindi, and the exam will be based on subjects including- GK, Science, Math, and English. Each question carries 1 mark, there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer. If the question is unanswered, then no marks will be cut