How to Join Pakistan Navy after FSc / A levels


Pak Navy, Pakistan Navy
Join Pakistan Navy after Intermediate /  FSc / A levels. Both Civilian and Serving (Personnel serving in Army / Navy / Air Force) can apply for Permanent Commission in Pakistan Navy. Below is the eligibility criteria and procedure to apply for Permanent Commission:
Also Read: How to Join PAF after FSc / A levels

Eligibility Criteria
Following is the eligibility criteria as laid down by Pakistan Navy:-
a. Qualification / Age

JOIN PAK NAVY AFTER FSC / A LEVELS
(PN Cadet - Permanent Commission)
Category of Selection Qualification Age
Permanent Commission
After two years of successful training
Candidates will be offered commission
in the following branches:-
Operations - BS Management Information Systems
Weapon Engineering - BE Electronics
Marine Engineering - BE Mechanical
Supply - BS Supply Chain Management
(Male)
Min 60% marks in Matric and
FSc / Equivalent with any of
the following subjects:
-Phy, Maths and Chem / Comp
-Phy, Maths and Stats
Min 50% marks for Baloch
Candidates in FSc / equivalent
Civilian (16.5 - 21 years)
Serving (17 - 23 years)

Note: Candidates appearing in FSc Part-II / A levels exams can apply on the basis of FSc Part-I (Min 65% marks) / O levels.

b. Marital Status
Unmarried
c. Nationality
Citizens of Pakistan.
d. Physical Standards
Minimum Height
Male Candidates - 5’ - 4” (163 cm)

Ineligibility Criteria
  • Candidates twice rejected by GHQ / NHQ / AHQ / ISSB Selection Board or once rejected by ISSB and once rejected by GHQ / NHQ / AHQ Selection Board.
  • Candidates tested within four months (120 days) gap of previous appearance (for Not Recommended candidates).
  • Candidates tested within one year validity period (as validity of ISSB / GHQ / AHQ selection board stands for one year).
  • Candidates declared unfit by Army Forces hospital (CMB / CMH) except those cleared by Appeal Medical Board (AMB). The candidates declared unfit by CMB or CMH will remain ineligible until they are declared fit by Appeal Medical Board.
  • Candidates permanently declared unfit by Appeal Medical Board.
  • Candidates dismissed / removed / debarred from Government Services including Armed Forces.
  • Candidates withdrawn from any bonded Armed Forces Colleges / Institutions or from any Academy / Training Institution of Armed Forces on disciplinary grounds.
  • Candidates convicted in a Court of Law for an offence involving moral turpitude.
  • Candidates who will temper his / her original academic certificates, conceal or give wrong information to gain undue advantage, his candidature will be cancelled and declared permanently ineligible for all types of commissions in Armed forces.

Registration and Selection Procedure
Registrations are Closed!
Online Registration 
Candidates can register on Pak Navy website. Date and time of test shall be announced on Pak Navy website, for which the candidates should have an e-mail account. Candidates will have to report on exact date and time as mentioned on their slips. Candidates will also bring required documents.
Online registered candidates must bring postal order of Rs 300/- in the name of Director Recruitment NHQ, Islamabad.
Registration at PNR&SC
Candidates may report at nearest PNR&S Centres for registration / allotment of roll no along with necessary documents.

Intelligence Test
Intelligence Test (30 min) followed by Academic Test.
Academic Test: English, Physics, Maths and General Knowledge - 80 min
Entrance Test: From 07-11-18
Initial Medical and Interview Tests
Candidates will undergo initial medical examination at PNR&SC.
ISSB Test
Shortlisted candidates will receive call letters from ISSB for ISSB test.
Final Medical Examination
Candidates will undergo final medical examination at CMH / Naval Hospital.


Final Selection
Final selection will be made at NHQ on the basis of candidates overall performance.

Training Period
Two years Basic Military Training at Pakistan Naval Academy (PNA).
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