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The Indian Army is the land-based part of the Indian Armed Forces. Job opportunities are plentiful in the Indian Army. Though there are hundreds of diverse activities in the defence services, but the real action is experienced by the soldiers who are on the general duties. For the recruitment of soldiers, the Indian Army conducts an examination called 'Indian Army Soldier divided in various categories named Army GD (General Duty), SKT (Storekeeper), Technical, NA (Nursing Assistant), Clerk and Havildar. Recruitment for these posts is done through rallies which Indian Army releases from time to time. This examination is generally held four times in a year and is advertised in the Employment News and other leading dailies.

Army GD/Clerk Examination Details

Availability of Forms December-January
Exam Schedule February-March
Age Limit, Gender & Marital Status 18 to 22 Years, Unmarried Male Candidates only
Educational Qualification Intermediate Examination with 60% Aggregate Marks and Mathematics, Physics with One of the Following Subject Chemistry / Biology / Computer Science
Selection Procedure Stage-I Written Exam.
Stage-II Physical Fitness Test (PFT).
Stage-III Medical Examination.
Stage-VI Merit List Announcement.
Training Candidates selected will undergo 15 weeks Basic Training at INS Chilka followed by Professional training in the allotted trade. 3 Month a Float Training 6 Month Branch training INS (Hamla At Mumbai)

Army GD/Clerk 2021 Examination Schedule

Details Indian Coast Gaurd
Notification Release Date December
Application Start January 2021
Application Last Date End of Month
Release of Admit Card 2 week Before Exam
Exam Date February-March
Declaration of Result March-April

Army GD/Clerk 2021 Examination Pattern Phase-1

Course Subject Duration Questions Marking Pattern Maximum Marks
Indian Coast Gaurd Mathematics, GK, English, Science, GS 1 Hours 60 +(1.0) Marks 60

Army GD/Clerk 2021 Examination Pattern Phase-2

Physical Fitness Test (PFT)
1. 1.6 Km run to be completed in 6 minutes 30 seconds.
2. 20 squat ups (Uthak Baithak).
3. 10 sit ups.
4. 10 Push-ups.
Note- PFT will be qualifying only.

Army GD/Clerk 2021 Courses @ Trishul

Duration Course Name Form Fee Course Fee Total Fee
45 Days CHETAK/ TDAARMY14 ₹ 550 ₹ 7500/-(GST Included)
6 Months VIJAYA/ TDAARMY15 ₹ 550 ₹ 22500/-(GST Included)
Classes Backed By Defence Faculty
Classes Backed By Defence Faculty

Dedicated classes for Navy aspirants backed by Ex-Defence Servicemen having more than 16 years of experience. Student-friendly course curriculum with paper analysis, mock tests and special lectures for ultimate preparation.

Highest Success Rate
Highest Success Rate

TDA takes pride in delivering the best results in the Navy Exam every year. TDA has produced more than 300 + selections over the past two decades recording the new height of success in defence entrance exam across the pan India level.

Brand With A History Of Legacy
Brand With A History Of Legacy

TDA has emerged as the ultimate brand in defence coaching with a rich legacy of giving outstanding results in the form of future-ready defence officers via Navy entry.

Own GTO Ground

TDA is one of the few defence coaching institutes having own GTO Ground thus ensuring the 'perfect' physical training sessions conducted by highly experienced PET teachers and ex-Army officers. To give the first-hand experience to candidates who will face the SSB interview special PFT session is organized.

Ideal Hostel Facility

To ensure the defence way of life starts from day one TDA has set up it's own hostel facility system with proper food and lodging service. A student feels like hostel life only at TDA's dedicated hostel premises.

Motivational Sessions

Motivational Sessions for students are conducted by TDA Director Wing Commander Anoop Mehrotra for making them familiar with defence stream and preparing for future life as an Armed Forces officer of India.


Indian Navy MR (Matric Recruit) is a non-commissioned level exam conducted by the Indian Navy for several posts of Sailors for recruitment as Chefs, Stewards, and Hygienists.

Age Limit- Candidates should’ve between 17-20 years of age. Age Limit-Candidates should’ve between 17-20 years of age

Indian Navy MR selection process consists of the following stages:- Stage-I Computer Based Online Written Examination Stage-II Physical Fitness Test (PFT). Stage-III Medical Examination. Stage-VI Merit List Announcement.

Cut Off for NAVY MR is prepared state wise and thus it differs from state to state.

The syllabus of Navy MR is divided into two sections :- Section A - Science and Mathematics Section B- General Awareness

No. Of Sections -4 Total Questions- 50 Total Marks - 50 Total Duration- 30 minutes

It is held twice a year and there is no fixed month for it.

A candidate who has passed class 10th can apply for Navy MR.

A person having foreign citizenship cannot apply for Navy MR but If He/She has Indian passport and documents supporting his/her claim of Indian citizenship then they can apply for Navy MR.

The toughness level varies from easy to difficult depending upon a candidate’s approach and preparation.

A candidate needs to score minimum percentage (Passing Marks) in Class 10th in any stream.

Candidates selected will undergo 14 weeks Basic Training at INS Chilka followed by Professional training in the allotted trade in various Naval Training Establishments.