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Join Indian Navy has released 372 posts for the position of Indian Naval Civilian Entrance Test  INCT Chargeman-II Exam 2023. Candidates who are willing to serve the nation have a chance to Join Indian Navy. If you are the one who wants to Join Indian Navy can apply through the website of the Indian Navy

The opening date of the online registration portal is 15th May 2023 and closed on 29th May 2023 at 2300 hr.

Total Post of Indian Naval Civilian Entrance Test INCT Chargeman-II Exam 2023


Indian Navy has released a total of 372 posts for the INCT Chargeman, out of which 216 posts are reserved for General caste candidates, 74 posts for OBC, 25 Posts for Economically Weaker Section (EWS), 42 posts for Schedule Cast (SC) and 15 Posts for Schedule Tribe (ST).

Candidates can apply for the INCT Chargeman post on the basis of their categories and candidates are also required to submit the required documents in the further recruitment process.

Age Limit, Relaxation – Join Indian Naval Civilian Entrance Test  INCT Chargeman-II Exam 2023

  1. Age limit to Join Indian Navy is between 18-25 years
  2. The permissible age relaxation for below categories:
S. No.CategoriesAge Relaxation beyond the defined age limit
1SC/ ST5 years
2OBC3 years
3PwBDsUR – 10 years, OBC – 13 Years, SC/ST – 15 years
4Departmental candidates (Having 3 years of experience in central government)5 years
5Defence disabled personUR – 3 years, SC/ST – 8 years
6Domiciled of J&K during the period 01.01.1980 to 31.12.1989Upper age – Relaxed by 5 years

Indian Navy offers age relaxation for the specific categories, the relaxation is provided for some categories which are beyond the defined age limit. For INCT Chargeman post, candidates who belonged to Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) were provided an age relaxation of 5 years, and other backward classes (OBC) were provided an age relaxation of 3 years. Candidates from PwBDs categories have other provisions for age relaxations, the general candidates from this category will get an age relaxation of 10 years, other backward classes (OBC) candidates will get 13 years of age relaxation, and the candidates who belonged to Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) will get age relaxation of 15 years. If any candidates who are an employee of the central government or candidates from a department and have an experience of 3 years will get an age relaxation of 5 years.  The candidates who worked in defence and in the war or on duty got physically disabled will get an age relaxation, the defence disable person who falls under the general category will get an age relaxation of 3 years and those from Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) will get an age relaxation of 8 years. For the domicile of Jammu and Kashmir candidates, Indian Navy has made a provision where the candidates who are domicile of Jammu and Kashmir between 1st Jan 1980 to 31st December 1989, will get an age relaxation of 5 years.

To get a bird eye view of the age relaxation provided by the Indian Navy for the position of INCT Chargeman, viewers can check the table which demonstrated the categories and the age relaxation provided to particular castes or tribes.

Education Qualification to Join Indian Navy: INCT Chargeman-II

Candidates are required to have a Degree or Diploma in related trade. To check the Essential Qualification Trade, check the website:

How to Apply for Indian Navy INCT Chargeman-II

  1. Candidates can fill application online mode, type in your browser.
  2. Once the page appeared in your screen, click ‘Join Navy’, go to ‘Ways to Join’, click ‘Civilian’, then go to ‘Chargeman’.
  3. Applicants are adviced to download the guidelines before filling the online application form.
  4. Before applying for the position, register yourself by using your unique Email-Id or Phone Number.
  5. Once you log-in yourself, fill the application form and submit the required documents.
  6. To submit scanned documents, save your documents in JPG/JPEG/PDF:
    a. Passport Size Photo – 20kb to 50kb
    b. Digital Signature – 10kb to 20kb
  7. Submit other required documents like Qualification Proof, Caste/EWS Certificate, and other desired documents.
  8. Once you submit the form, you can download or take a print out for future reference.

Stay tuned with us, to know the release date of Admit Card.

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