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Indian Navy SSC Officer Syllabus
Indian Navy SSC Officer Syllabus
The Navy has the following three Commands, each under the control of a Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief:-
• The Western Naval Command (Headquarters at Mumbai).
• The Eastern Naval Command (Headquarters at Visakhapatnam)
• The Southern Naval Command (Headquarters at Kochi)
The Western and the Eastern Naval Commands are ‘Operational Commands’, and exercise control over operations in the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal respectively. The Southern Command is the Training Command.
Here we have provided the information regarding Indian Navy Short Service Commission (SSC) Officers Syllabus. Check the below details of Indian Navy SSC Officers Syllabus before appearing the test.
Syllabus of Indian Navy SSC Officers:
Indian Navy Pilot, Observer Science Syllabus
• Laws of Motion
• Units and measurements
• Thermal properties of matter
• Kinetic theory
• Wave Optics
• Work, energy, and power
• Physical world
• Ray optics and optical instruments
• Mechanical properties of solids
• Motion in a straight line
• Motion in a plane
• Systems of particles and rotational motion
• Mechanical properties of fluids
• Moving charges and magnetism
• Electric charges and fields
• Electrostatic potential and capacitance
• Electromagnetic induction
• Current electricity
• Magnetism and Matter
• Dual nature of radiation and matter
• Alternating current
• Electromagnetic waves
• Semiconductor electronics etc.
Indian Navy SSC Syllabus – Mathematics
• Arithmetical and Numerical abilities
• Profit & Loss
• Simple & Compound Interest
• Time & Work
• Tables & Graphs, etc.
• Number Systems
• Ratio & Proportion
• Time & Distance
ATC General English Syllabus
• Idioms and Phrases
• Sentence Improvement
• Sentence Arrangement
• Fill in the blanks
• Passage Completion
• Spotting Errors
• Active and Passive Voice etc.
Indian Navy ATC Syllabus – Aptitude
• Time and Work Partnership
• Ratio and Proportion
• Boats and Streams
• Simple Interest
• Time and Distance
• Problems on Trains
• Races and Games
• Numbers and Ages
• Mixtures and Allegations
• Permutations and Combinations
• Problems on L.C.M and H.C.F
• Pipes and Cisterns
• Simple Equations
• Problems on Numbers
• Averages etc.
Indian Navy Pilot General Knowledge Syllabus
• Geography of India
• Economic issues in India
• National news (current)
• International issues
• Indian Culture
• Countries and capitals
• Political Science
• Scientific observations etc.
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About The Indian Navy
The history of the Indian Navy can be traced back to 1612 when Captain Best encountered and defeated the Portuguese. This encounter, as also the trouble caused by the pirates, forced the British East India Company to maintain a small fleet at Swally, near Surat(Gujarat). The First Squadron of fighting ships arrived on 5 September 1612, forming what was then called the Honourable East India Company's Marine. It was responsible for the protection of the East India Company's trade in the Gulf of Cambay and the river mouths of the Tapti and Narmada. The officers and the men of this force went on to play an important role in surveying the Arabian, Persian and Indian coastlines.The Indian Navy has been active since 1947. The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the armed forces of India. The President of India serves as the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy. The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) commands the navy. Primary objective of the navy is to secure the nation's maritime borders. India also uses its navy to enhance its international relations through joint exercises, port visits and humanitarian missions, including disaster relief. Its headquarters is located in New Delhi. The Indian Navy recruitment offers great career opportunities for several posts such as Apprenticeship, Logistics/ Works, Education, ATC, Permanent Commissioned Officer (Law cadre), Sailors, Pilot/ Observer SSC Officer, Navy Commissioned Officer, Direct Entry Petty Officer, Senior Secondary Recruitment (SSR), Matric Recruits (MR), Non Matric Recruits (NMR), Sailors for MR (Musicians), Multi Tasking Staff (Factory), Multi Tasking Staff (Guided Weapon), Multi Tasking Staff (Store), Multi Tasking Staff (Ammunition Workshop), Sailors for Senior Secondary, Logistics/ Work (Only for Male Candidates), Education (for Male and Female Candidates), ATC (for Male and Female Candidates), Executive Branch (General Service - GS)/ Technical Branch, Safaiwala, Watchman. Interested candidates can pursue courses in Matric / Std X pass & ITI in relevant trade, B COM/M COM or BA/MA (Economics) or BBA /MBA or BBM/BMS or BCA/MCA or BSc (IT)/MSc (IT) or B.Tech/BE(any discipline) or Graduate Degree with Post Graduate Diploma/Degree in Materials Management, ICWA, Chartered Accountancy; M.Sc Physics (with Maths in B.Sc), M.Sc Maths (with Physics in B.Sc), M.Sc Chemistry, MA (English or History), MCA (Physics or Maths at Graduation Level) OR BE/B Tech/M Tech in any of the following disciplines:- Mechanical, Electronics & Communication, Electrical & Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Electronics & Tele Communication, Electrical, Computer Science, Information & Technology; B.Sc in Physics/Maths or Electronics + M.Sc in Physics/Maths or Electronics, Degree in Law, 10+2 with Maths & Physics and atleast one of these subjects; Chemistry/Biology/Computer science, Graduate Degree in any discipline with Physics and Mathematics as main subjects at 10+2 level, 10 + 2 qualified in any stream, VI th Standard, BE/B.Tech Engineering, BSc in Physics/Maths or Electronics + Msc in Physics/Maths or Electronics, for a great career at The Indian Navy.