Indian Navy Recruitment 2020 — The headquarters of the Navy has been established in New Delhi and controlled by the Chief Naval Officer Admiral. The Navy is a maritime part of the Indian Army, controlled by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Looking at India from the security point of view, the army is divided into three parts – one of which is the Navy. Naval India is very important for the country as well for security and also in import and export.
The Navy has contributed a lot in making the country strong. December 4 is celebrated as Navy Day because the Navy was heavily overshadowed by the Navy on this day.
At present, the Navy is considered the fifth-largest army in the world. Currently, the Navy has more than 78000 soldiers.
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When and why is Navy Day celebrated?
On 4 December 1971, the Indian Navy launched a war against Pakistan. In this campaign, the first attack was made at the headquarters of the Navy of Pakistan, which was located in Karachi.
Three electrical class missile boats, two anti submarines, and a tanker were included in this battle of India. Indian soldiers had planned to attack Karachi in the night so that Pakistan could be defeated because Pakistan did not have any missile and pride to fight at night, so no Indian soldiers were martyred in this war. But 500 Pakistani soldiers were killed and more than 700 soldiers were injured.
There was no loss of India in this war, so this campaign is considered the most successful war in naval history. After World War II in which India was the only country to win. On the success of this victory, Naval Day is celebrated every year on 4 December.
Formation of Navy
The Indian Navy began in the 17th century. When the East India Company formed a Marine Force and established under the name of East India Company. The name of the team was “The Honor Able East India Company Marine”, later it was changed to “The Bombay Marine”.
The Navy was renamed the Royal Indian Marine at the time of India’s First World War. On 26 January 1950, when India became a full republic country, the Navy removed its name Royal from Royal Indian Marine. The Navy had 32 naval transport ships and about 11000 officers and naval personnel.
During the Indo-Pakistani War in 1971, the Indian Navy had wiped out Karachi Harbor in Pakistan, which was the headquarters of the Pakistan Navy, by running Operation Trident. In such a situation, the Pakistan Navy was weakened and defeated by the dangerous attack of the Indian Navy.
The Indian Navy plays an important role in several major tasks in the water frontier. In 1961, the Navy assisted the army in driving the Portuguese out of Goa.
At the time of World War II, the navy had expanded to about 30,000 personnel and soldiers. The Indian Navy is deployed in three areas – Visakhapatnam in the east, West Mumbai, and Kochi in the south. Which is controlled by a flag officer.
Indian Navy Day
Indian Navy Day celebrations are organized by East Indian Naval Command in Visakhapatnam, offering floral cycles to commemorate the martyrs of the Navy on the day of Naval Day, followed by a display of submarine ships and ships, which are seen in large numbers. Consists of local people.
Ship Names in Indian Navy
- Vimaan Vaahak -: Vikramaadity, Viraat.
- Vinaashak -: Dillee Shrenee, Raajapoot Shrenee, Kolakaata Shrenee.
- Phreeget -: Shivaalik Shrenee.
- Brahmaputr Shrenee -: Brahmaputr, Vyaas, Betava.
- Godaavaree Shrenee -: Godaavaree, Gomatee, Ganga.
- Kaarbet -: Veer Shrenee- Veer, Nirbheek, Nipat, Niraghat, Vibhooti, Vipul, Vinaash, Vidyut, Naashak, Pralay, Prabal.
- Abhay Shrenee- : Abhay, Ajay, Akshay, Agray.
- Panadubbee -: Shishumaar Shrenee- Shishumaar, Shankush, Sankul.
- Paramaanu Panadubbee- : Akul Shrenee- Chakr, Arihant.
- Ubhayachar Yuddhapot -: Magar Shrenee- Magar, Ghadiyaal, Eraavat.
- Kumbheer Shrenee- : Cheeta, Mahish, Guladaar, Kumbheer.
- Gast Yaan -: Sukanya Shrenee- Sukanya, Subhadra, Saavitree, Sujaata, Sarayoo, Suvarna, Shaarada, Sumedha , Sunaina.
- Other Pot -: Tainkar- Deepak, Jyoti, Aadity, Taarapeedo Rikavaree Pot, Maatang, Gaj, Nireekshak.
Indian Navy Posts
Chief Posts of Navy –
- Admiral of the Fleet
- Rear admiral
- The commander
- Lieutenant commander
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