Indian Navy Sailor (SSR/AA/MR) Exam 2019 will begin from 18 September 2019. The Indian Navy Sailor Exam 2019 for Senior Secondary Recruit (SSR) and Artificer Apprentice (AA) sailors will be held on 18 September and Matric Recruits (MR) exam will be held on 21 September 2019. Indian Navy Sailor Admit Card 2019 has already been released @ joinindiannavy.gov.in. Candidates who have applied for the Indian Navy Sailor Recruitment 2019 can download the Indian Navy Sailor Admit Card till 21 September 2019. Indian Navy Entrance Test (INET) has already begun from 6 September 2019. Check here the expected questions for Indian Navy Sailor Exam from the General Awareness section.
The Indian Navy AA/SSR Sailor Exam will be held on 18th September and Indian Navy MR Sailor Exam will be held on 21st September 2019. The Indian Navy will conduct the written examination for the sailor recruitment on the designated time and date as mentioned in the Indian Navy Sailor Admit Card 2019. The exam will be conducted at over 30 exam centres across the country. The language of the written exam will be bilingual – English & Hindi. A total of 100 Objective Type Questions will be asked from four sections - English, Science, Mathematics and General Awareness. Before jumping over to the expected questions from General Awareness section, check here the detailed Indian Navy Sailor Exam Pattern.
Indian Navy Sailor Exam Pattern 2019
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There will be Negative Marking of one-fourth (0.25) marks for every wrong answer given by candidates. The final cut off marks or the passing marks will be decided by the Indian Navy itself.
Indian Navy Sailor Exam: Expected Questions from General Awareness Section
Which Article of the Indian Constitution is related to the establishment of the Supreme Court in India?
- Article 124
- Article 148
- Article 167
- Article 324
Answer. (a) Article 124
Explanation: Article 124 of the Indian Constitution is about the “Establishment and constitution of Supreme Court”. It calls for establishing the Supreme Court of India constituting a Chief Justice of India and seven other Judges. The strength of judges can be increased further through a Law.
Who among the following was India’s Viceroy during the Swadeshi Movement?
- Lord Willingdon
- Lord Dalhousie
- Lord Curzon
- Lord Irwin
Answer. (c) Lord Curzon
Explanation: Swadeshi Movement began the partition of Bengal by the then Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon. The Movement began in 1905 and continued up till 1911. The chief architects of the movement were Aurobindo Ghosh, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal, VO Chidambaram Pillai, Lala Lajpat Rai, and Babu Genu.
Who administers the oath of secrecy to State Cabinet Ministers?
- Chief Minister
- Chief Justice of State High Court
- State Assembly Speaker
Answer. (a) Governor
Explanation: The Governor of the State administers the oath of secrecy to the State Cabinet Ministers as well as to Chief Minister.
Nay Pyi Taw is the capital of which country?
- Sri Lanka
Answer. (d) Myanmar
Explanation: Nay Pyi Taw (Pronounced as Naypyidaw) is the Capital city of Myanmar. Nay Pyi Taw officially replaced Yangon as Myanmar’s Administrative Capital in 2006.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Independence Day speech 2019 announced creation of the post of Chief in which sector?
Answer. (c) Defence
Explanation: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his sixth consecutive Independence Day speech 2019 announced the creation and appointment of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) in the Indian Armed Forces. The Chief of Defence Staff will help integrate all three services – the Indian Navy, the Indian Army, and the Air Force.
When is Kargil Vijay Diwas anniversary observed every year?
- 15th August
- 26th July
- 8th June
- 30th September
Answer. (b) 26th July
Explanation: The 20th Anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas was celebrated across India on July 26, 2019, to commemorate the success of Operation Vijay of 1999 when India regained the control of Kargil from Pakistan.
What is the reason behind the red colour of Red Soil?
- Phosphoric Acid
Answer. (a) Iron
Explanation: The colour of Soil depends upon the nutrient present in it. The colour of Red Soil is red mainly due to the occurrence of ferric oxides as a thin coating on soil particles and iron oxide as haematite.
Who is the "Father of Green Revolution in India"?
- Vikram Sarabhai
- Somnath Desai
- MS Swaminathan
Answer. (d) MS Swaminathan
Explanation: Mankombu Sambasivan (MS) Swaminathan is an Indian geneticist and administrator who is known as the Father of Green Revolution in India. He played a major role in introducing and developing high-yield varieties of wheat in India. He also founded the MS Swaminathan Research Foundation.
Which of the following is the Currency of Sri Lanka?
Answer. (d) Rupee
Explanation: Sri Lanka’s currency is Rupee and is issued by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka.
England’s Oval stadium is associated with which sports?
Answer. (b) Cricket
Explanation: The Oval Stadium is an international cricket ground in Kennington, London.