Name: Indian Navy

Vacancies: 34

Last Date: 20th Oct 2020

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The Indian Navy is a cohesive and completely balanced 3-dimensional unit, able of performing above, on, and below the surface of the seas, efficiently safeguarding our public concerns.

The CNS (Chief of the Naval Staff) handles administrative and operational command of the Indian Navy from the Integrated Headquarters of Defence (Navy). He is supported by the VCNS (Vice Chief of the Naval Staff) and 3 other Key Staff Directors, namely the COP (Chief of Personnel), the DCNS (Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff), and the COM (Chief of Material).

The Southern Command is the Training Command. The Eastern & Western the Naval Commands are ‘Operational Commands’, and operation control over processes in the Arabian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal sequentially.

The biting edge of the Indian Navy is its 2 Fleets, i.e the Western Fleet, based at Mumbai (Maharastra) & the Eastern Fleet, based at Vizag. Besides the Lines, there is a Flotilla each, based at Visakhapatnam, Mumbai, & A & N Islands (Port Blair), that give Local Naval Defence in their particular regions. Naval vessels are also based at different ports along the West and East coasts of Asia/India and the island territories, thus assuring sustained naval presence in the fields of national concern. Moreover, there are many NOICs (Naval Officer-in-Charges), following each Command, held for the Local Naval Defence of gates under their particular jurisdictions.

The defence of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a shared duty of all the 3 services and is regulated by the Headquarters, Command of Andaman and Nicobar, placed at PortBlair. This is the single Tri-Services Command in the Asia/Indian Armed Forces and is managed by a Commander-in-Chief, as selected in rotation from the 3 Services.