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Meant for strong willed, hard working, secular and professional individuals. The life is hard where you could go without a weekend for a month, spend frequent time at sea away from young family members, yet its a life of satisfaction, all round grooming and adventure, especially if in the executive departments
Excellent training, adventurous, proud life, excellent facilities, free medical cover for entire life
Frequent seperation from family, moderate salary growth, early retirement age, have to learn new skills around 45-50 yrs age for new career post retirement
Be pantual,trustworthy,in time,job on time I learned from service.Manage all the related stores, manpower,safety and securityFriendly workplace cultureDoing task assigned by seniors with our course-mates
Free fooding, Accomodation (for family), Children education allowance, Canteen, Hospital, Transport allowance, Etc
Long hours with compensation on next day
One has to be a self-learner in the Indian Navy when it comes to career advancement as there is nothing of that sort is taught. The training one receives is adequate enough to perform tasks expected from an employee. As most sailors retire very young (32 - 35 years) they need to be prepared to resettle in civilian life. But the Navy lacks any training program to prepare its outgoing sailors. In fact, the certificate/s provided at the end of the tenure is not suitable for the corporate environment. This becomes particularly difficult when applying for overseas jobs.
Possible to join at a young age
Chances of promotion after certain rank and extension of service are challenges
As defence services are known to be difficult and stressful at all the time. No working time is fixed even for a single day. Life at sea is challenging. No job security, no family life Good things Had opportunity to visit so many countries on government expenses It's feels pride when in uniform Physical fitness always maintained dueservice
Every where one has to work. Let us work for nation and be proud of it. After initial bond, one deserves the pension which will in turn support through out the remaining carrier. What I am today is moulded by Indian Navy, I respect it from the depth of my heart. Jai hind.
Having served in the Indian Navy is a matter of proud for me, that's for long 38 yrs. Have gone through many changed and fortunately been part of innovation at times. Grooming of individual in defence service I think is exemplary and would recommend corporates to emulate the same partly if not fully. Would remain grateful to our great motherland for having given the opportunity. E
To see past looks something loosing in life. And to see ahead realize many more to get it. Keeping a sound knowledge and positive attitude toward goals to achieve our dream.
Best reply you can find on quora app However medical canteen n other perks make it different from other private or govt jobs equivalent to this...here you get totally different atmosphere than you HV ever imagined.... opportunity are there to visit abroad and .... personal advancement too....more or less max sailors are leaving the job due to work n life balance lack .....