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It's a difficult and challenging place to work. One can be posted anywhere in the world. Though the journey would be adventurous and roller coaster ride, the bonhomie and help from teammates makes it a fun place to work
Adequate support and facilities for family
Work life balance
Uncertainty about : nature of work, amount of work, working hours, transfers, promotions, sailing, accomodation. Only thing certain is the payment on the last working day of the month.
Government Job, Respectable service
Long Hours, Erratic duty hours, Long sailings, Good bye to Family life
I feel very proud of myself that i have server 23 yrs of my life for Indian Navy.It was the best part of my life.Yet it was hard to stay away from home but i learned so many things during my work in Navy like Administration,Management,Team work and Leadership like qualities.
whenever a typical day occurs try to spend more time on the job so we could learn more about the job to be free for the next hard working day, our seniors try to spend more time with us so that we learn more about the professional my experience is try be friendly with our Juniors and try to teach them as much as possible, be friend with their family relations and share their problems and try to solve and be familiar with the workers, try to observe about the work and nature of work doing if any mistake occurs try to solve there and then .
conduct get together with the workers in every second Saturday of the month without any tress
try to enjoy
I enjoyed the job well. Hydrographic surveyor in Indian Navy produce the navigational charts and publications which are used by the seafarers. I have the management skill and undergone Manager course in Indian Navy. I can independently plan and execute the Hydrographic Surveying task.
Free lodging boarding
As with any of the Armed Forces, its been tough but professionally satisfying and rewarding. The plethora and diversity of activities I faced were way beyond what I'd ever imagined, all making for strong sense of duty and responsibility early in life. The very idea of being in command of, and responsible for the lives of men and materiel tends to ground a military person very quickly in the realities and vagaries of what you could be faced with and depended upon to get the job done, as well as the possible (international) ramifications of a job not well done (especially at sea). If I had the option, I'd do it all over again.
Given me a greater millage towards my object with success.Made me tough & flexible to face all odd & even situations on my way.