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Indian Coast Guard Recruitment for 350 Navik, Yantrik Posts 2021

Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2021

Govt Jobs for 350 Vacancies Details

Indian Coast guard is going to recruit 350 candidates for Navik (Domestic Branch), Navik (General Duty), and Yantrik Batch 01/2022 for the ICG job profile. The post is only eligible for male candidates. The notification for the Indian guard was released on 10th June 2021. And the online registration has started on 2nd July 2021 and the last date to apply for the exam is 16th July 2021. You have to read this employment news completely before applying online. The article has included all the information related to this Indian coast Guard recruitment process.

Indian Coast Guard Recruitment for 350 Navik, Yantrik Posts 2021


Indian Guard Exam Overview:

Exam Name

 Indian Coast guard

Application Mode

Online

Notification release Date

10th June 2021

Online Registration Start Date

2nd July 2021

Last Date to Apply For the Exam

16th July 2021

Eligible

Male Candidate

Country

India

No of Vacancies

350 Candidates

Age Criteria

Minimum 18 Years

Maximum 22 Years

 

Salary, Perks and other benefits:

1.  For the post of Navik(Domestic Branch) and Navik(General Duty)basic pay scale is INR  21700 (Pay Scale-3) including dearness allowance and other extra benefits based on nature of duty place of posting as per the prevailing regulation.

2.  For the post of Yantrik the basic pay is INR 29200 (Pay Level-5). In this additional pay you will also get paid Yantrik pay INR 6200 including dearness allowance and other extra benefits based on nature of duty and place of posting as per the regulation.

Eligibility Criteria:

1. Navik (Domestic Branch)  The candidates should be 10th Class passed from an education board recognized by the Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE).

2. Navik (General Duty) – The candidates should be 10+2 class passed with Physics and Maths from an education board recognized by the Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE).

3.Yantrik – The candidates should be 10th Class passed from an education board recognized by the Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE). (OR) Diploma in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Telecommunication (Radio/Power) / Electronics OR Engineering of duration 3 to 4 years recognized by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).


Age Relaxation: The candidates minimum age should be 18 years and the maximum age is 22 years:

1.    For Navik (GD) and Yantrik – The candidate should be born between 01 Feb 2000 to 31 Jan 2004.

2.    Navik (Domestic Branch) – The candidate should be born between 01 Apr 2000 to 31 March 2004.

3.    The candidates of SC/ST between age relaxation up to 5 years and 3 years for OBC (non-creamy) candidates are applicable if only posts are reserved for them.

 

Indian Coast guard Vacancies Details on the basis of different casts:

A total of 350 vacancies has been released by the Indian Coast Guard for Yantrik & Navik Posts. The posts are only applicable for Male Candidates. You can check all the vacancy details from the table below:

Casts

Navik

(Domestic Branch)

Navik

(General Duty)

Yantrik

(Electronics)

Yantrik

(Electrical)

Yantrik

(Mechanical)

UR

23

108

06

06

08

EWS

05

26

01

02

03

OBC

17

67

00

04

06

SC

02

19

00

00

00

ST

30

40

00

01

03

Total

50

260

07

13

20

 Note: These vacancies are tentative and may change depending on the availability of training slots.

Selection Procedure for ICG Exam:

The applicants have to clear the examination conducted by the department. On the basis of their performance in Stage – I, II, III & IV a merit list will be published by the department on their website. The detailed information about the selection process are as follow:

A. Stage – I Written Examination

 

Navik

(Domestic Branch)

Navik

(General Duty)

Yantrik

(Electrical)

Yantrik

(Electronics)

Yantrik

(Mechanical)

Written Test

Section I

Section (I+II)

Section (I+III)

Section (I+IV)

Section (I+V)

Passing Marks

30 (UR/EWS/ OBC) 27 (for SC/ST)

30+20=50 (UR(General)/ EWS/ OBC) 27+17= 44 (SC/ST)

30+20= 50 (UR(General)/ EWS/ OBC) 27+17= 44 (SC/ST)

30+20= 50 (UR (General)/ EWS/ OBC) 27+17= 44 (SC/ST)

30+20= 50 (UR(General)/ EWS/ OBC) 27+17= 44 (SC/ST)

Selection Remarks

      

Passing in sections I and II separately is compulsory

Passing in sections I and III separately is compulsory

Passing in sections I and IV separately is compulsory

Passing in sections I and V separately is compulsory

 

B. The various section of written exams are as follows:

Sections

Details of Marks & Questions

Subject wise Question

Syllabus

Passing Marks

Section I

Maximum Marks – 60

Time – 45 mins

Total no. of Questions – 60

Maths – 20

Science – 10,

English – 15 Reasoning–10

GK – 5

Class 10th Syllabus

30 marks for (UR/EWS/OBC)

27 marks for (SC/ST)

Section II

Maximum Marks – 50

Time – 30 mins

 Total no. of Questions – 50

Maths – 25 Physics– 25

Class 12th Physics & Maths Syllabus

20 marks for (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 marks for (SC/ST)

Section III

Maximum Marks – 50

Time – 30 mins

 Total no. of Questions – 50

Electrical Engineering - 50

Diploma Level Electrical Engineering syllabus

20 marks for (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 marks for (SC/ST)

Section IV

Maximum Marks – 50

Time – 30 mins

 Total no. of Questions – 50

Electronics Engineering - 50

Diploma Level Electronics Engineering syllabus

20 marks for (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 marks for (SC/ST)

Section V

Maximum Marks – 50

Time – 30 mins

 Total no. of Questions – 50

Mechanical Engineering - 50

Diploma Level Mechanical Engineering syllabus

20 marks for (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 marks for (SC/ST)

 

 B. Stage – II

First, the candidate should clear Stage-I exam that is a Computer Based Online Test then on the basis of merit list will be prepared to appear for Stage II.

1.    Physical Fitness Test – The candidates should take this test at their own risk.

·         20 Squats up

·         10 Pushups

·         1.6 km to completed in 7 minute.

2.    Document verification (Pass/fail)

3.    Medicals Examination (Pass/Fail)

  C. Stage – III

The candidate should be a judge based on how they perform in Stage-I & Stage II and all India merit lists will be prepared for Stage III. The duration period of Stage-III is of 1 to 2 days.

1.              Document verification (Pass/fail)

2.              Final Medicals at INS Chilka

   C. Stage – IV

The candidate should clear Stage-III and be on the merit list as per the vacancies available and will be shortlisted for INS Chilka. The candidates should submit all the documents of boards/state government and Universities. If candidate’s documents are not genuine then they will get terminated.

 

Medical standards for ICG job profile:

The candidate recommended for appointment will have to pass the medical examination will be conducted by Military Doctors to ensure that the candidates are medically fit to carry out the duties conducted with the post.

1.              Height – Minimum height of 157 cms. The candidates having domicile of Manipur, Meghalaya, Assam, Mizoram, Garhwal, Tripura, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Andaman, and Nicobar islands height may be reduced up to 5 cms and below 157 cms. The candidates having domicile of Lakshadweep may be height reduced up to 2 cms.

2.              Weight – Proportion to the height and age +10percentage acceptable.

3.              Chest – Should be well proportioned. The minimum expansion of 5 cms.

4.              Hearing – Normal

5.              Tattoo – Tattoos are not permitted on any part of the body.

6.       Tentative Dates For Examination & Downloading Admit Card:

Tentative Dates For Examination & Downloading Admit Card:

Exam Stages

Navik(General Duty)

Navik (Domestic Branch)

Yantrik

Stage-I

Mid/End Sep 2021

Mid/End Sep 2021

Mid/End Sep 2021

Stage-II

Mid/ End Oct 2021

Mid/ End Oct 2021

Mid/ End Oct 2021

Stage-III& IV

Early February 2022

Early April 2022

Early February 2022

 

Application Fee for Applying this Indian COAST Guard Recruitment 2021

·       The exam Fees for applying this recruitment for General Category has to pay INR 250.

·       No fees for (SC/ST) Candidates.

 

Important Date

31st July 2021 is the Last Date to apply online for the India coast Guard.

Important Links

Apply Here  

NotificationHere

 

 

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