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Indian Navy - Matric Recruit (MR) Syllabus

Indian Navy Matric Recruit (MR) 

SYLLABUS FOR MATRIC RECRUITS (MA)
SYLLABUS FOR MATRIC RECRUITS (MA)

Exam Pattern:

S.NO
SUBJECTS
QUESTIONS
MARKS
1.
Science & Arithmetic
25
25
2.
General Awareness
25
25
Total
50
50

NOTE: General Awareness Is Approx. Same For All Exam. Here Reasoning is Excluded For MA Rest GK is Same

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General Awareness
1.
Culture and Religion, Geography :
       ·        Soil, Rivers, Mountains, Ports, Inland Harbours,
       ·        Freedom Movement
2.
Sports :
·        Championships/ Winners/ Terms/ No of Players,
·        Defence, Wars and Neighbours,
·        current Affairs
3.
Important National Facts about India-
      ·        Heritage, Arts, Dance, History,
      ·        National-Languages, Bird, Animal, Song, Flag, Monuments,
      ·        Capitals & Currencies
4.
      ·        Common Names, Full forms and Abbreviations,
      ·        Discoveries,
      ·        Diseases and Nutrition,
      ·        Award and Authors,
      ·        Eminent Personalities

General Science
1.
Nature of Matter,
Universe (Planets/ Earth/ Satellites/ Sun),
Electricity and its applications
2.
Force and Gravitation,
Newton's Laws Of Motion,
Work, Energy and Power
3.
Heat, Temperature,
metals and Non- Metals,
Carbon and its Compounds,
Measurements in Science,
Sound & Wave Motion,
Atomic Structure

Mathematics
1.
Mathematical Simplification,
Ratio and Proportion,
Algebraic Identities,
Linear Equations and Polynomials,
Simultaneous Equations,
Basic Trigonometry
2.
Simple Mensuration,
Geometry,
Measures of Central Tendency (Average, Median and Mode)
3
Interest, Profit, Loss and Percentage,
Work, Time, Speed and Distance

Note:- The above syllabus is not a comprehensive list of topics pertaining to the subject. Questions are designed to test the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions are also designed to test knowledge of current events and such matters of everyday observation and experience as may be expected of an educated person. At times questions may be asked other than the above topics but definitely within the syllabus of CBSE.

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