Candidates can get Best Indian Navy Interview Books 2018 also a Top List of Main Study Materials for 2017-2018 Indian Navy exam in India.
- Indian Navy (SSR) Sailor Recruitment Exam Guide
by RPH Editorial Board
- Indian Navy Secondary (SSR) Recruitment Exam
by Arihant Experts
- Indian Navy SSR English Medium Paper Set
by Ram Singh Yadav and Yajvender Yadav
- Indian Navy
- Indian Navy SSR Sailors Recruitment Test
by Lal and Jain
- Indian Navy Artificer Apprentice English Medium PAPER SET
by Yajvender Yadav and Ram Singh Yadav
How to Prepare Indian Navy Interview
Tell me about yourself
This is a very generic question in which you can say almost anything about yourself. Unfortunately most interviewees use the opportunity to recount their bio-data lying in front of the interviewer. Prepare yourself for such a question so that you can tell them those things that are not in the bio-data form, such as your special traits, qualities, achievements, aspirations, motivations and ambitions. The interviewer will be very impressed. Remember that a two sentence answer will make the interviewer feel that there is so little to know about you. You should be able to say a lot with out being verbose or self-opinionated. You can take full control of the interview based on the answer you give him. Giving false claims will put you in trouble, so try to prepare in advance for the follow up questions that will come as a result of your narration about you.
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
This is a question that has stumped a number of interviewees. It is ascertained to know how much you know about yourself. A person who knows oneself in life is more effective in life. However many candidates find it very difficult to verbalise their strengths and weaknesses. Some may have not given thought to it; others shy away from the fear of blowing their own trumpet. It is easy to verbalise strength but it is very difficult to articulate weaknesses. Candidates should try to give weaknesses that will not jeopardize their chances in the interview. However interviewers view statements of weaknesses as being very normal, disarming, sincere and honest. Remember to go to your next interview having thought well in advance what your strengths and weaknesses are. Weakness like poor spoken english, smoking, adamant, very sporty, etc which will not affect your profession as well as which can be easily improved must be told as your weakness to the interviewing officer. The above mentioned weakness areas are only some examples and you may find some more / more suitable weakness areas as per your personality .