JOIN INDIAN COAST GUARD

JOIN INDIAN COAST GUARD 

(MINISTRY OF DEFENCE) AS NAVIK (GENERAL DUTY), NAVIK(DOMESTIC BRANCH) 

AND YANTRIK 02/2021 BATCH APPLICATION WILL BE ACCEPTED ‘ONLINE’ FROM 05 JAN 2021 (1000 hrs) TO 19 Jan 2021 (1800 hrs) 

INDIAN COAST GUARD 

join indian coast guard

1. Eligibility Conditions. Online applications are invited from MALE INDIAN CITIZENS possessing educational qualifications and age as prescribed below, for recruitment to the post of Navik (General Duty), Navik (Domestic Branch) and Yantrik in the Indian Coast Guard, an Armed Force of the Union. 2. Educational Qualification. 

(a) Navik (General Duty). 10+2 passed with Maths and Physics from an education board recognized by Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE). (b) Navik (Domestic Branch). 10th Class passed from an education board recognized by Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE). 

(C) Yantrik. 10th class passed from an education board recognized by Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE) and Diploma in Electrical/ Mechanical / Electronics and Telecommunication (Radio/Power) Engineering approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). Note: – Education Boards listed in COBSE website as on date of registration shall only be considered. Age. Minimum 18 Years and maximum 22 years as follows: – (a) For Navik (GD) and Yantrik. Born between 01 Aug 1999 to 31 Jul 2003 (both dates inclusive). (b) For Navik (DB). Born between 01 Oct 1999 to 30 Sep 2003 (both dates inclusive) Note: -upper age relaxation of 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC (non-creamy) candidates is applicable only if posts are reserved for them. 

Vacancy. 

The number of post for category wise recruitment are as follows: – 

Post 

UR(GEN) EWS OBC ST SC Total

Navik(General Duty) 260

Navik (Domestic Branch) 50

Yantrik (Mechanical) 31

Yantrik (Electrical) 7

| | Yantrik (Electronics) 10

Note: (a) These vacancies are tentative and may change depending on availability of 

training slots. (b) For simplicity, Yantrik (Electronics & Tele Communication (Radio/Power)) will be referred as Yantrik (Electronics) in the advertisement. (C) Even if there is no vacancy reserved for SC/ST/OBC(non-creamy)/ EWS category candidates, such candidates can still apply. However, they will not be eligible for any age and passing marks concession/relaxation etc. SC/ST candidates are exempt from 

payment of application fee even in such case. 5. Selection Procedure:- The selection of recruits is based on an all India order of merit on their performance in Stage-I, II, III & IV(explained in detail below) and the number of vacancies available for the post. Clearing of Stage-I, II, III, IV and satisfactory performance in training is compulsory for recruitment in ICG. All candidates will be compulsorily subjected to biometric, photo identification and document verification during stage-I, II, III & IV of the selection procedure. The details of various stages are as follows: – 

(A) Stage- I-Written Examination 

(a) The candidate has to take following tests depending on post applied: 

SI. Post Applied Written Test | Passing Marks 

Remarks (1) Navik (DB) 

Section I 

30 (UR/EWS/ OBC) 

27 (for SC/ST) Navik (GD) 

Section (I+II) 

30+20=50 (UR/ EWS/ OBC) Passing in section I and II 27+17= 44 (SC/ST) 

separately is compulsory Yantrik (Electrical) Section (I+III) 

30+20= 50 (UR/ EWS/ OBC) Passing in section I and III 27+17= 44 (SC/ST) 

separately is compulsory (iv) | Yantrik (Electronics) | Section (I+IV) 

30+20= 50 (UR/ EWS/ OBC) Passing in section. I and IV 27+17= 44 (SC/ST) 

separately is compulsory (v) Yantrik (Mechanical) Section (I+V) 

30+20= 50 (UR/ EWS/ OBC) Passing in section I and V 27+17= 44 (SC/ST) 

separately is compulsory 

Syllabus 

I (0) 

10th 

Class Syllabus 

(b) The details of various section of written exam are as follows: – Name Of Details of Subject wise Passing Examination Examination allocation of Marks 

Questions | Section I 

Maximum Marks – 60 Maths – 20 

30 (UR/EWS/ OBC Time – 45 mins. Science – 10 category) Total no. of English – 15 27 (for SC/ST Questions – 60 Reasoning-10 category) 

GK – 5 Section II 

Maximum Marks – 50 Maths – 25 

20 (UR/EWS/ OBC Time – 30 mins. Physics, 2

category) Total no. of 

17 (for SC/ST Questions – 50 

category) Section III 

Maximum Marks – 50 Electrical 

20 (UR/EWS/ OBC Time – 30 mins. Engineering – 50 category) Total no. of 

17 (for SC/ST Questions – 50 

category) Section IV 

Maximum Marks – 50 Electronics 20 (UR/EWS/ OBC 

Time – 30 mins. Engineering – 50 category) Total no. of 

17 (for SC/ST Questions – 50 

category) 

Class 12th Maths & Physics Syllabus Diploma Level Electrical Engineering syllabus Diploma Level Electronics Engineering syllabus 

(iv) 

Section V 

Maximum Marks – 50 Mechanical 20 (UR/EWS/ OBC Diploma Level Time – 30 mins. Engineering – 50 category) 

Mechanical Total no. of 

17 (for SC/ST Engineering Questions – 50 

category) 

syllabus Note – (i) The question paper for section I, II, III, IV & V will be objective type with four options. The candidate has to choose the correct option. There is no negative marking in the written examination test. The detailed syllabus for section I, II, III, IV & 

V is available on ICG website. (ii) Tie Breaking Rule in Merit – In case of two or more candidates having the same marks in stage I then the tie will be broken in steps as follows (wherever tie is broken next stage will not be proceeded): – 

(aa) Candidate scoring more marks in section -I {applicable only for Navik (GD) and Yantrik and not for Navik (DB)}. (ab) Candidate scoring more aggregate percentage in qualifying exam (10th class for Navik (DB), 12th Class for Navik (GD) and diploma for Yantrik) as per the post applied. (ac) Candidate older in age will be higher in merit. 

STAGE-II Based on the performance in the Computer Based Online Examination, a merit list will be prepared and e-admit card for stage-II will be issued as per the vacancies available and ratio decided by ICG. If the candidate is shortlisted for stage-II then he will be required to upload additional documents as mentioned at Para 6 (C) (iv) & Para 6 (C) (v). E-admit card for stage-II will not be generated till the additional documents are uploaded by the candidates within a time period as mentioned on ICG website. The duration of Stage – II will be from 1 to 2 days. Stage- II involves 

following test which are only qualifying in nature i.e. either Pass or Fail: – (a) Physical Fitness Test(pass/fail). Candidates undergoing PFT will do so at their own risk. All candidates are advised to be in possession of sport rig (Shoe, T-shirt, Trouser etc). The PFT consists of: 

All three test of PFT are to be (i) 1.6 km run to be completed in 7 minutes. 

carried out in continuity without (ii) 20 Squat ups (Uthak Baithak). 

any break. Any break in the three (iii) 10 Push-up. 

test will lead to failing the PFT 

(b) Document verification (Pass/fail). All the information provided in the online application has to match with all the original documents like grade X/XII/ Diploma mark sheet/photo Identity card/caste certificate/individual subject and aggregate marks. Any inconsistency in all the documents and application with respect to “name, date of birth, parent’s name, percentage of marks, validity of documents, caste certificate details etc.” will lead to failure in document verification and the candidature will be cancelled. The date of issue of all documents has to be the closing date of application or any date prior to closing date of application. The validity of all the uploaded documents has to be at least up to 31 Oct 21. In case of any mismatch of information provided in the application form, document uploaded (at online application stage-I and II) and original documents produced for physical verification at Stage-II then the candidature will be cancelled. 

(c) Re-assessment of Inconsistent Performers (Pass/fail) – Inconsistent Performers are those candidates whose percentage scored in online examination is 30% or more than the percentage secured in the qualifying board/ diploma examination. {E.g. If a Navik (GD) candidate scores 110 marks (Section I – 60 & 

Section II – 50) thereby securing 100% marks in written examination. If the aggregate percentage of the candidate in 12th class is 70% or less than 70% then the candidate is inconsistent performer). There will be additional Written Examination for inconsistent performers. This test will be held after qualifying PET/Document verification for only inconsistent performer. This test is only of passing marks and will be similar to the written examination at Stage-I. The marks scored in this re-test will have no bearing on the final merit as the merit will be decided only on the written examination of Stage-I. However, if the candidate fails to pass this re-assessment written examination then he will be declared disqualified/ fail and his candidature will be cancelled. 

(d) Initial Medicals Examination. (Pass/Fail) – The medical officer may put the candidates as permanently unfit or temporarily unfit. The candidate can appeal on the finding of the initial medical examination. The appeal medical to be completed “within 21 days if permanently unfit” or “within 42 days if temporarily unfit” after completion of initial medicals. No further review/appeal is permissible if declared unfit/fail in appeal medicals. No other Medical fitness certificate other than that of the specialist opinion in a military hospital is admissible during appeal medical. The validity of initial medical is only upto 6 months. The candidate will be required to undergo another initial medical examination if the recruitment process is delayed due to any unforeseen event like COVID pandemic or any other circumstances. 

(C) STAGE – III Based on the performance in Stage-I & Stage-II, an all India merit list will be prepared and e-admit card for stage-III (final medicals at INS Chilka) will be issued as per the vacancies available and ratio decided by ICG. The duration of Stage-III is 1 to 2 days. Stage-III involves following: – 

(a) Document verification (Pass/fail). All the information provided in the online application has to match with all the original documents like grade X/XII/ Diploma mark sheet/photo Identity card/caste certificate/individual subject and aggregate marks. Any inconsistency in all the documents and application with respect to “name, date of birth, parent’s name, percentage of marks, validity of documents, caste certificate details etc.” will lead to failure in document verification and the candidature will be cancelled. The date of issue of all documents has to be the closing date of application or any date prior to closing date of application. The validity of all the uploaded documents has to be at least up to 31 Oct 21.The candidate can be failed in document verification in stage-III even if he is pass during document verification at stage-II. In case of any mismatch of information provided in the application form, document uploaded (at online application stage-I and II) and original documents produced for physical verification at Stage-III then the candidature will be cancelled. 

(b) Final Medicals at INS Chilka Review Medicals as part of Final Medical (pass/fail)}. Final Medical Examination of all selected candidates will be done at INS Chilka. Candidates, who are not found medically fit in the final medical examination at INS Chilka, will NOT be enrolled for training. “An Appeal” is permitted for medically unfit candidates after the final enrolment medical examination at INS Chilka and will be given an opportunity to appeal against the findings if they so desire at a Military Hospital as decided by the Coast Guard within a maximum period of 21 days or as decided by INS Chilka. The candidate will travel to the selected Military Hospital and back on their own expense for Appeal Medical Examination. 

(C) Submission of original document, police verification and other associated forms. All the candidates are to submit original documents, police 

verification forms and other associated forms along with the e-admit card of Stage-III. Candidates should be in possession of police verification from either place of domicile or place of present residence. Candidates without the verified police verification reports or reports or reports with adverse comments will not be eligible for enrollment. The format for the police verification form can also be downloaded from the website https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in 

(D) STAGE-IV-The candidates are to submit all the original documents and verification of all original documents through boards/universities/state government will be carried out by Indian Coast Guard. Candidate will be terminated from service if the documents are reported as not genuine by respective boards/universities/state government. 

How to Apply. (a) Applications will be accepted ‘Online only’ from 05 JAN 2021 (1000 hrs) TO 19 Jan 2021 (1800 hrs). Candidates are to logon to https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in and follow the instructions for registering yourself with e-mail ID/mobile number. The candidates are to ensure validity of e-mail and mobile number at least up to 31 December 2021. 

(b) The candidate can apply for only one post i.e either Navik (DB) or Navik (GD) or Yantrik (Mechanical) or Yantrik (Electrical) or Yantrik (Electronics) in one cycle. The candidature of candidate will be cancelled if multiple applications are applied by the candidate for more than one post in response to this advertisement. Online application will be further scrutinised for eligibility and may be rejected at any stage if found ineligible in any respect. For any query regarding application, the candidate can contact through e-mail at icgcell@cdac.in and telephone no – 020-25503108 / 020-25503109 

© Documents to be uploaded in the application. The candidates will be required to upload documents in two phases. Few documents are required at the online application stage and few are required to be uploaded if shortlisted for stage II. The candidates are to scan the original documents (neither photocopy nor self-attested photocopy is to be scanned) as applicable for the post applied and upload in the online application. 

(i) Compulsory Documents to be uploaded by all candidates during online application: (aa) Passport size recent colour photograph (taken not before November 2020) (front portrait in light background without head gear except for Sikhs). The photographs is to taken with candidate holding a black slate in front of his chest with his name and date of photograph taken, clearly written on it with white chalk in capital letters. (ab) Candidate’s scanned signature image. (ac) Scanned Clear Left-Hand Thumb Impression Image (ad) Date of Birth Certificate (10th class mark sheet or Birth Certificate in English or Hindi) (ae) Photo Identity proof (Adhaar Card or Voter ID or Passport or PAN Card or Driving License) (af) 10th class mark sheet (ag) 10th class Certificate (ah) EWS/ SC/ST/ OBC (non-creamy layer) Certificate (if applicable) (aj) Scanned Signature of Parent (Father/Mother) or Guardian if the candidate applying is less than 18 years of age (ak) Candidates handwritten declaration (al) Service Certificate/ NOC if candidate is serving CG Personnel or a civilian ICG. 

(ii) Additional documents to be uploaded by Navik (GD) candidates only during online application: – (aa) 12th class Marksheet (ab) 12th class Certificate 

(iii) Additional documents to be uploaded by Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics) candidates only during online application: – (aa) 12th class Marksheet (if completed) (ab) 12th class Certificate (if completed) 

(iv) Documents to be uploaded if shortlisted for Stage II If the candidate is shortlisted for Stage II of the recruitment procedure, then he will be required to upload following certificates as per the post applied: – 

(aa) All Candidates: – (aaa) Formula for conversion of CGPA/ Grade into percentage for class 10, if applicable (aab) NOC from Govt Organization if the candidate is employed (aac) Additional mark sheet for class 10 (if applicable) (ab) Navik (GD) candidates: – (aaa) Formula for conversion of CGPA/ Grade into percentage for class 12 (if applicable) (aab) Additional marksheet for class 12 (if applicable) (ac) Yantrik candidates: – (aaa) Formula for conversion of CGPA) Grade into percentage for class 12 (if applicable) (aab) Additional marksheet for class 12 (if applicable) (aac) Marksheet of all years/ semesters of diploma (aad) Formula for conversion of CGPA/ Grade into percentage for diploma (aae) Diploma Passing Certificate. 

(v) List of Optional documents to be uploaded by candidates if shortlisted for stage-II:– (aa) Sports Certificate as per proficiency/achievement with respect to selected game (ab) Death Certificate of deceased Coast Guard personnel (if the candidate is ward of CG personnel whose death is not attributable to service, if applicable (ac) Death Certificate of deceased Coast Guard personnel (if the candidate is ward of CG personnel) whose death is attributable to service, if applicable (ad) NCC Certificate (A7 ‘B/ C), if applicable. 

Note – (aa) In case of SC/ST/ OBC (Non Creamy)/ EWS applicants, availing their 

a then either current or permanent address of online application should be same as the address mentioned in caste/category certificate (SC, ST & OBC (Non Creamy)). EWS certificate shall be as per Govt. of India format (No other format will be entertained). (Format available on ICG website). Further OBC (Non creamy layer) certificate of candidates should be as per the format for appointment for post under the Govt. of India and should bear QR/bar code for subsequent online verification. The format of the OBC (Non Creamy) certificate is available on ICG website. (No other format will be entertained). Any other format will lead to cancelation of candidature. (ab) The size of all the documents to be uploaded has to be between 10kb to 100kb. (ac) THE DATE OF ISSUE OF ALL UPLOADED DOCUMENTS (SC/ST/OBC (NON CREAMY)/ EWS/ MARK SHEETS/ EDUCATION CERTIFICATES) HAS TO BE 19 JAN 2021 OR ANY DATE PRIOR TO 19 JAN 2021 AND THE VALIDITY OF ALL THE DOCUMENTS HAS TO BE AT LEAST UP TO 31 OCT 21 DURING DOCUMENT VERIFICATION. (ad) All Documents uploaded must be in Hindi or English. Candidate to upload both original and English translation of document if the document is in any language other than English or Hindi. 

(d) Examination fee. Candidates (except SC/ST candidates, who are exempted from payment of fee) are required to pay a fee of Rs. 250/-(Rupees Two hundred fifty only) through online mode by using net banking or by using Visa/ Master/ Maestro/ Rupay Credit/ Debit Card/ UPI. Admit card will be issued for the examination only to those candidates who have successfully paid the examination fee and who are entitled for waiver of examination fee

Note:- (i) Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances nor can the fee be held in reserve for any other examination or selection. (ii) Candidates from SC/ST category are entitled for waiver of examination fee. Candidates are liable to be discharged/ rejected at any stage of recruitment/ training if 

it is found that false SC/ST certificate has been produced to claim waiver of examination fee/ other concessions as applicable. (iii) In case candidate has made an online payment of fee and money has been deducted from your account (i.e. unsuccessful payment), Please check whether fees is auto refunded to the transaction originating account or please wait for 15 working days for automatic refund of money to your account and check transaction status in originating account. (iv) If multiple payments are received from a candidate against single application, then that will be refunded back to the originating account after closing of registration and re-conciliation of all payment records. 

(e) Examination City– The candidate is to give five preferences for examination city in the application for stage-I & II process. 

(f) Instructions to SC/ST candidates regarding choice for examination city. The first choice for examination city for SC/ST candidates has to be within 30 km from their place of current address from where the candidate will appear for exam. If no “examination city” is within 30 km from the current address then the nearest “examination city” from current address has to be the first choice of the candidate. 

(g) Indian Coast Guard reserve the right to allot examination city for stage-I (written examination) and stage-II (PFT/Medical) which may or may not be as per the choice of the candidate. 

7. Tentative schedule for examination and downloading e-admit card. The tentative dates for examination are as follows: 

Cadre 

Tentative Dates For Examination Stage-I 

Stage-II 

Stage-III& IV Navik(GD) | Mid/End March 2021 End April/Early May 2021 Early August 2021 Navik(DB) Mid/End March 2021 End April/Early May 2021 Early October 2021 Yantrik Mid/End March 2021 End April/Early May 2021 Early August 2021 Note-ICG website will announce the date when e-admit cards are available for download for stage-I, II & III. Candidates are directed to regularly visit the website and login to download the e-admit card for various stages. No e-mail will be sent to candidates regarding “when the e-admit card will be available for download”. Examination city will be displayed in candidate’s login at least 10 days prior to stage-I. The E-admit card with exact Examination Centre address will be available in Candidate login and email will be sent on registered email id only 02-03 days prior to examination. Failure to download the e-admit card and non-reporting for various recruitment stages will lead to cancellation of candidature. ICG will not be responsible if the candidate fails to regularly check the important recruitment communication on website regarding downloading of e-admit card for stage-I, II & III

8. Result declaration. The result of each stage of selection procedure from stage-I to stage-III can be accessed by login to the candidates account on ICG website. The result of the online examination at stage-I will be announced tentatively within 20 days

9. List of Documents required at each stage. Stage I – (a) Coloured printout of E-admit card (Stage-I) (b) Photo ID card as mentioned on application (C) SC/ST candidates to bring original caste certificate and 02 photocopy of self-attested SC/ST certificate, original train/bus ticket, cancelled cheque leaf for NEFT payment and travel form downloaded from website for claiming TA. 

Stage II -(a) Coloured printout of “Online application, e-admit card of Stage-I & II” (b)Photo ID card as mentioned on application (C) original documents as submitted in the application form and candidates login after being shortlisted for Stage II (d) 03 photo copies of all original documents duly self-attested (e) 20 in nos. passport size colour photograph as submitted in application (f) NOC in original and 4 self-attested photocopy from the employer for candidates presently serving in any government organization (if applicable). 

Stage III -(a) Coloured printout of “Online application, Stage-I, II & III of e-admit card” (b) original documents as submitted in the application form and candidates login after being shortlisted for Stage II (C) 03 photo copies of all original documents duly self-attested (d) 30 in nos. passport size colour photograph as submitted in application (e) Colour photographs of specification 3.5 cms x 2.5 cms with blue background – (10 nos) (f)Parental willingness certificate – (one copy original & 02 Xerox copies)(g) Police verification certificate – (one copy original & 02 Xerox copies)(h)Family particular certificate – (one copy original & 02 Xerox copies) (i) Character certificate – (one copy original & 02 Xerox copies) (j) Willingness certificate – (one copy original & 02 Xerox copies) (k) Attestation form (with cadre name) – (03 copies original) (1) Aadhaar card – (one copy original & 07 Xerox copies) (m) Pan card – (one copy original & 07 Xerox copies). (n) NOC in original and 4 self attested photocopy from the employer for candidates presently serving in any government organisation (if applicable). (p) Photo Id-Card as mentioned in application. Note – (i) The format of Sl (f) to Si (k) of Stage-III is available on ICG website. 

(ii) Failure to submit above documents during stage I, II & III (except sl(c) stage-I and Sl. (1) & (m) of Stage III) will lead to cancellation of candidature. SC/ST/ OBC (non-creamy)/ EWS certificate has to be provided always if applicable. (iii) All photocopies are to be self-attested by signature. The photocopies should also have the details of name and the roll no. of the candidate. 

10. 

Medical Standards. (a) Medical examination will be conducted by authorized Military Doctors as per medical standard prescribed in current regulations applicable to Enrolled Personnel on entry. (b) Height. Minimum height 157 cms. Height standards may be reduced by upto 05 cms below 157 cms for candidates having domicile of Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Garhwal, Sikkim and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Height standards may be reduced by upto 02 cms for candidates having domicile of Lakshadweep. (C) Chest. Should be well proportioned. Minimum expansion 5 cms. (d) Weight Proportionate to height and age +10percentage acceptable. (e) Hearing. Normal. Note: (0) Candidates are advised to get their ears cleaned for wax and tartar 

removed from teeth prior to medical examination. (ii) The candidates claiming height relaxation are to submit domicile certificate to the medical officer. Failure to submit the domicile certificate 

will lead to non-waiver of height relaxation. (f) Tattoo. Permanent body tattoos are not permitted on any part of the body. However, certain concessions are permitted to candidates belonging to tribal areas communities as declared by the Govt. of India. For other candidates, permanent body tattoos are only permitted on inner face of forearms i.e. from inside of elbow to the wrist and on the reverse side of palm/back (dorsal) side of hand. Details in this regard are available on the Indian Coast Guard Recruitment website https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac. Note: Candidates with above Medical standards are only to appear for the selection. No waiver will be given for the above standards. The Coast Guard order on medical standard of 

Naviks (GD/DB) & Yantrik will be the final authority. Applicants declared permanent medically unfit by any Armed Forces Hospital in previous recruitment for the same entry in Indian Coast Guard are advised not to apply. 

11. Training. The basic training for Navik (General Duty) and Yantrik will commence in Aug 2021 and Navik (Domestic Branch) in Oct 2021at INS Chilka followed by sea training and professional training in the allotted trade. Branch/trade will be allocated as per the requirement of service and performance during basic training. Naviks (GD/DB/Yantriks are liable to be discharged as UNSUITABLE if their progress (including academic) or conduct is unsatisfactory at any time during training. Trainees are also liable to be discharged at any stage of training if their online application or the documents are found to be falsified at the stage of recruitment. 

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General Guidelines. 

(a) Candidates withdrawn on disciplinary grounds from any other service training establishments are not eligible to appear. (b) Candidates should not have been arrested, convicted or have pending criminal charges in any court of law. Candidates facing criminal proceedings are debarred from applying in response to this advertisement. (c) All original certificates and mark sheets produced at the time of Stage II will be returned to candidate post verification. All original certificates and mark sheets produced at the time of Stage III will be retained by ICG if cleared stage III or returned to candidate post verification if declared fail. (d) The candidate’s selection pertaining to a particular batch is valid for that batch only. Qualified candidates whose names do not appear in the final select list cannot claim admission for the next batch. These candidates will have to undergo the selection procedure afresh provided that they meet the eligibility criteria for the fresh batch. (e) Applications received by post will not be accepted. () E-admit card for Stage III will be forwarded only to candidates clearing initial medical at stage II and standing in merit as per vacancies. Such candidates will be required to reach the training establishment INS Chilka at their own expense. Unsuccessful candidates will not be intimated separately. (g) No enquiry will be entertained regarding recruitment/enrolment for this batch after 31 Dec 2021

(h) Indiscipline activities including copying/malpractice etc. during the testing procedures will also result in disqualification. The decision of ICG would be final and binding on all the candidates with regard to copying/malpractice. (i) The application and the original documents will be further scrutinised for eligibility prior to enrolment and may be rejected if found not eligible in any respect at any stage of recruitment and even after induction in service. 6) Candidates from “Open Schools” institutes not recognized by AICTE/ COBSE are not eligible. (k) Examination city will be allocated to candidate as per preferences given in the application and who have successfully submitted the application by making successful payment (except SC/ST candidates, who are exempted from payment of fee). In case of more number of candidates applying for one examination city, Coast Guard reserves the right to allocate to any other examination city which may or may not be in the candidate preference list. 

Coast Guard reserves the right to cancel examination at one centre and shift the examination to another date and centre. (m) Coast Guard reserve the right to cancel the entire recruitment of this batch at any stage of the recruitment process without assigning any reason. (n) Use of Mobile phones and other electronic gadgets are not permitted during examination. Coast Guard considers such possession as adopting unfair means. If any 

candidate is caught with Mobile, Bluetooth, any kind of scanning equipment etc. during Stage I, II & III then his candidature will be cancelled and immediately action as per law including filling FIR will be initiated. (0) Coast Guard cannot guarantee the safe keeping of any electronic devices. Candidate will not be allowed to go to toilet or leave examination venue/ hall for any reasons after the commencement of the written examination. (p) All candidates will be frisked prior entering into examination venue. (q) All candidates are requested to be watchful and immediately bring to notice of invigilator of any suspicious action by any of the candidates. (C). Candidates must have valid e-mail ID and mobile no. for successful online registration. The communication by ICG with the candidate will be only through e-mail, SMS on mobile and ICG website. Candidates are directed to check the ICG website and e-mail regularly for any change in recruitment schedule. Failure to regularly check the e-mail and ICG website may lead to non-reporting for various recruitment stages by the candidate and the candidature will be cancelled. No response on the e-mail & update as published on ICG recruitment website will lead to cancellation of candidature. ICG will not be responsible if the candidate fails to regularly check the important recruitment communication through e-mail and website. (5) Candidates are to fill the online application form with due care as no changes are allowed in the application after submission. (t) Candidates are directed to fill the caste details (SC/ST/OBC (Non-Creamy)/EWS) as applicable with due care as no changes are allowed after submission of application. In the past few candidates declaring the caste wrongly in the application form requested Coast Guard to permit them to appear in the written examination as general candidate. This is not permitted on the ground of false declaration by the candidates in the application form and leads to cancellation of the candidature at any stage of the recruitment process and even after induction in the service. (u) Candidates are strongly advised to apply well in time without waiting for the last date for the submission of online application form. (v) Failure to report on the date and time as mentioned on the e-admit card for Stage-I, II & III will lead to cancellation of candidature. (w) Indian Coast Guard takes impersonation very seriously during the recruitment process. 

inal proceedings will be initiated against both the applicant and the proxy candidate. (y) No candidate should misbehave in any manner or create disorderly scene in examination premises. Candidate misbehaving in any manner will be debarred from appearing in the current and future examination of ICG. The decision of the Indian Coast Guard as to the eligibility or otherwise of a candidate for admission to the online examination (Stage-I), PET/reassessment test initial medical (Stage-II), Final medical at INS Chilka (Stage-III), Verification of original documents (Stage-IV) shall be final and binding on the candidate. (z) Indian Coast Guard does not assume any responsibility for the candidates not being able to submit their applications within the last date or on account of any other reason beyond the control of Indian Coast Guard. (aa) The candidates should note that their admission to the examination will be purely provisional based on the information given by them in the Application Form. This will be subject to verification of all the eligibility conditions by Indian Coast Guard. The mere fact that an Admit Card has been issued to a candidate, will not imply that his/her candidature has been finally cleared by Indian Coast Guard or that entries made by the candidate in his/her application for the Preliminary examination have been accepted by Indian Coast Guard as true and correct. Candidates may note that the Indian Coast Guard takes up the verification of eligibility conditions of a candidate, with reference to original documents, only after the candidate has qualified for the Stage II/ Stage III. Unless the candidate is formally confirmed by the Indian Coast Guard in service after verification of documents from the respective boards/ universities, his candidature continues to be provisional. The decision of the Indian 

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Coast Guard as to the eligibility or otherwise of a candidate for admission to the Examination shall be final. (ab) The possibility for occurrence of some problems in the administration of the examinations cannot be ruled out completely, which may impact examination and/ or result from being generated. In that event, every effort will be made to rectify such problem, which may include movement of candidates, delay in examination. Conduct of a re-examination is at the absolute discretion of Indian Coast Guard/ examination conducting body. Candidates will not have any claim for a re-examination. Candidates not willing to move or not willing to participate in the delayed process of examination shall be summarily rejected from the process. (ac) Please note that corrigendum, if any, issued on the above advertisement, will be published only on the website https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in and candidates are to regularly visit the website for any corrigendum. Indian Coast Guard shall not be accountable if the candidate fails to see the corrigendum issued on the website and does not 

act accordingly or does not comply with the necessary corrigendum. 13. Travel Expenses. SC/ST candidates, who are not employed by the Central/State Government, will be reimbursed ordinary IInd class fare by train/ Govt. bus/steamer charges as per central government regulations by the shortest route if the home station is beyond 30 kms from the place of testing (Stage I) on production of original tickets. SC/ST candidates are to download the travel form from ICG website and submit to Indian Coast Guard. 

Pay, Perks and Others Benefits (a) Navik (General Duty).Basic pay of Rs. 21700/- (Pay Level-3) plus Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on nature of duty/place of posting as per the prevailing regulations. (b) Navik (Domestic Branch).Basic Pay Scale for Navik (DB) is 21700/- (Pay Level-3) plus Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on nature of duty/place of posting as per the prevailing regulation. (C) Yantrik. Basic pay Rs. 29200/(Pay Level-5). In addition, you will be paid Yantrik pay @ Rs. 6200/- plus Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on nature of duty/place of 

posting as per the prevailing regulation 15. Promotion and Perquisites

(a) Promotion prospects exist upto the rank of Pradhan Adhikari/ Pradhan Sahayak Engineer with pay scale Rs. 47600/– (Pay Level 8) plus Yantrik pay @ Rs. 6200/- with Dearness Allowance. Promotion to the Officer cadre is subject to suitability and performance. (b) Other Benefits. 

(i) Free ration and clothing as per the existing rules. Free medical treatment for self and family including dependent parents. (ii) Government accommodation for self & family on nominal license fee or HRA as approved by Government. (iii) 45 days Earned leave and 08 days Casual leave every year with Leave Travel Concession (LTC) for self, family and dependent parents as per Government rules. 

Contributory Pension Scheme and Gratuity on retirement. 

Canteen and various loan facilities. (iv) ECHS medical facilities after retirement. 

(c) Insurance Cover. Insurance cover (on contribution) of Rs. 50 lakhs for Enrolled Personnel is applicable. Note: – Pay, perks, promotion, insurance cover and other benefits are subject to change as per Government Orders. 

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*Candidates to see Coast Guard Recruitment Website https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in for complete update. This is an indicative advertisement only. CAUTION: SELECTION IN INDIAN COAST GUARD IS FAIR AND ON MERIT BASIS. CANDIDATE SHOULD NOT FALL PREY TO UNSCRUPULOUS PERSONS POSING AS RECRUITMENT AGENTS. FOR COMPLAINT AGAINST SUCH PERSONS, CANDIDATE MUST APPROACH THE DIRECTOR (RECRUITMENT) COAST GUARD HEADQUARTERS, RECRUITMENT CENTER, NOIDA ON TELEPHONE – 0120-2975817 

DISCLAIMER The terms and condition given in the advertisement are guidelines only and orders issued by the Government as amended from time to time will apply during the recruitment process. 

LAST DATE FOR ONLINE APPLICATION – 19 JAN 2021 (1800 hrs) 

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