Naval Dockyard Mumbai Boats Crew (LASCAR & Fireman) Syllabus & Pattern 2018

Naval Dockyard Mumbai recruitment for Boats Crew (LASCAR) & Boats Crew (Fireman) will be done through a written paper. Naval Dockyard Mumbai Syllabus & Exam pattern will help to prepare for exam as this is the first step to prepare for the exam. Boats Crew Syllabus & Exam Pattern details can be covered and brought into practice for the exam. Prepare well for the exam and try to practice all type of questions.

Naval Dockyard Mumbai Fireman Selection Criteria 2018

  1. Physical Fitness Test
  2. Physical Endurance Test
  3. Written Exam

Fireman Physical Fitness Test

Height 165 cm

162.5 cm (ST)

Chest (Unexpanded- Upon Expansion) 81.5 cm- 85 cm
Weight 50 kg

Fireman Physical Endurance Test

  1. Carry a man (fireman lift of 63.5 kg to a distance) of 183 m within 96 sec
  2. Long Jump- Clear 2.7m wide ditch landing on both feet
  3. Climb 3m vertical rope using hand and feet

Fireman Exam Pattern 2018

Total Questions 100
Total Marks 100 (20 marks for each section)
Exam Mode Bilingual- English & Hindi
Subjects Included General Intelligence & Reasoning

Numerical Aptitude

General English

General Awareness

Fire Fighting

Naval Dockyard Mumbai Fireman Syllabus 2018

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The topics to be covered in each section-

Reasoning: The questions will be asked from topics- Coding and de-coding, Arithmetic reasoning, syllogistic reasoning, Statement & Conclusions, Seating Arrangements, Venn Diagrams, Number Series. Both verbal & non- verbal reasoning questions will be covered in exam

General Science: In this, the questions are asked from basic science such as Water, Soil, Air, Light, Force, Work, Energy, Power, Acids, Bases, Salts, Organic Compounds, Reproduction, Plants, Flowers etc. The basics of Physics, Chemistry & Biology are covered in the exam.

General English: The questions will be asked from basic grammar- noun, verb, adjective, adverb, adjectives, determiners, pronouns, tenses, speech, voice, vocabulary, synonyms and anotnyms, reading passages followed by the answers

Fire Fighting: Knowledge of fire fighting, how it is operated, fire fighting equipments, life saving drills and fire controlling techniques.

Mathematics: The questions will be asked from topics- HCF & LCM, Percentage, Profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Time & Work, Area, Volumes, Time & Speed, Investment, Simplification, Averages

General Knowledge: As expected to be a part of navy, the candidate must have the awareness of the surroundings, current affairs of national & international importance, important dates & events, historical; social; economic; political issues can be raised as questions in written exam.

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