Work Nature

  • The Indian Navy is a well-balanced and cohesive three-dimensional force, capable of operating above, on and under the surface of the oceans, efficiently safeguarding our national interests.
  • The Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) exercises operational and administrative control of the Indian Navy from the Integrated Headquarters of Ministry of Defence (Navy).
  • He is assisted by the Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (VCNS) and three other Principal Staff Officers, namely the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS), the Chief of Personnel (COP) and the Chief of Material (COM).
  • The full range of operations in which a nation's naval forces may be involved is vast, ranging from high intensity war fighting at one end to humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations at the other end.
  • This broad continuum of operations can be broken down into distinct roles, each demanding a specific approach to the conduct of operations.
  • Surveillance
  • Maritime Strike
  • Anti-submarine Ops
  • Anti-Surface Ops
  • Anti-Air Ops
  • Amphibious Ops 

Key Skills

  • Mental and Physical fitness
  • Security Risk Management
  • Security Policies and Procedures
  • Strong Analytics skills


  • Admiral.
  • Captain.
  • Commander.
  • Commodore.
  • Rear Admiral.
  • Vice Admiral.
  • Military Role
  • Admiral of the Fleet
  • Constabulary Role
  • Diplomatic Role
  • Naval Officer in Various branches of the Navy

Career Analysis

1 Fees
2 Demand
3 Salary
4 Level Of Preparation

Career Videos

Career Navigator

Career Navigator 1

Career Navigator 2

Career Navigator 3

Career Navigator 4