Indian Navy tradesman exam postponed in Mumbai due to increase in Kovid cases

Indian Navy tradesman exam postponed in Mumbai due to increase in Kovid cases

NEW DELHI: Indian Navy has postponed the scheduled Indian Naval Tradesman Examination at all exam centers in Mumbai due to increase in Kovid cases and travel restrictions.

Earlier, the exam was scheduled to be held between March 20 and 22, which has now been postponed to an undetermined date. Indian Navy will announce new dates of Indian Navy Tradesman Examination in due time. Candidates should note that the admit cards issued from 13 March have also been canceled.

The information in this regard available on the official website, INCET-TMM-01/2021 exam scheduled at all exam centers in Mumbai from 20-22 March 21 postponed the visible increase in Kovid cases and related travel restrictions. The city of ‘Mumbai’, which was released on 13 March 21, has been canceled. The scheduled examination will be declared afresh. ”

The Tradesman Mate Examination (excluding Mumbai center) will be conducted from March 20 to 22, 2021. Indian Navy Trademan Admit Card will be issued on 13 March.

Indian Navy is organizing this recruitment drive to fill the post of ‘Tradesman Mate’ classified as Non-Gazetted ‘Industrial’ Group ‘C’ in various Commands.

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