Indian Navy Recruitment 2018 for Sailor vacancies
Indian Navy Recruitment 2018.Indian Navy has released a notification for the recruitment of Sailor vacancies.Check the eligiblity and notification prior to apply for the positions.
Total No.of Posts:Not mentioned
Name of the Post and Vacancies:
Educational Qualification: Candidate must have passed Matriculation Examination the Boards of School Education recognised by MHRD, Govt. of India.
Musical Ability: Selection on Merit basis only. Should have proficiency in Aural Aptitude for music with accuracy in Tempo, Pitch and singing one complete song. Should also have actual practical skill on any instrument of Indian or foreign origin with proficiency in tuning of instrument, matching unknown notes with instrument, prepared piece, sight reading of Indian Classical/ Tabulature/ Staff Notation, paformance of Scale/ Raaga/ Taala and basic theory of Indian or Intemational music.
Type of Instruments on which Proficienu Required. The candidates would be required to perform with expertise on one or more instruments such as Wind Instrument, Keyboard, Guitar, Tabla, Mridangam, Pakhwaj, Dholak or any other instrument of Indian or Foreign origin. Candidates performing on Indefinite Pitch Instruments such as Jazz Drums set, Brass Drum, Snare Drums, Side Drums, Cymbals, Non Chromatic instruments such as Bugle & monotone instruments used to produce drone such as Ektara will not be eligible for recruitment.
Pay and Allowances: During the initial training period, a stipend Of Rs. 14,600/- per rymth will be admissible. On successful completion of initial training, they will be Placed in Level 3 of the Defence Pay Matrix 21,700 – 69,100 , In addition, they will be paid MSP @ 5200/- per month plus DA (as applicable).
Training: The training for the course will commence in October 2018, with 15 weeks Basic Training at INS Chilka in Odisha. Thereafter the trainees are sent to Mumbai for 26 weeks specialised training.
Age: Candidates should be bom between 01 Oct 1993 to 30 Sep 2001 (Both dates inclusive). No age relaxation is permissible….Read more>>