Indian Coast Guard Navik GD, Yantrik DB Recruitment: Last Date to Apply

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Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2022

Indian Coast Guard has released the official notification inviting online applications for the post of Navik (General Duty), Navik (Domestic Branch), and Yantrik through CGEPT.  The CGEPT stands for Coast Guard Enrolled Personnel Test for the 01/2023 Batch.

The submission of the online application form for the Yantrik and Navik posts in the Indian Coast Guard will start on 08th September 2022 and the last date to apply online for the Navik GD, and DB posts are 22nd September 2022.

Indian Coast Guard Navik GD DB Recruitment 2022 – Overview

All the important information regarding Indian Coast Guard Navik Yantrik Recruitment 2022 is provided in the table below:

Indian Coast Guard Navik/Yantrik 2022
Conducting Body Indian Coast Guard
Post Navik (Domestic Branch- DB General Duty- GD) and Yantrik
No of Vacancy 300
Application Start Date 8th September 2022
Last Date to Apply 22nd September 2022
Online Exam Date To be notified soon
Admit Card To be notified soon
Physical Efficiency Test To be notified soon
Job Location Across India
Official Site @cgept.cdac.in

Indian Coast Guard Yantrik Notification 2022

The candidates can click on the button below to download the Indian Coast Guard Navik GD and DB notification. The same notification contains the information for the Indian Coast Guard Yantrik posts.

Interested candidates can download both Notifications by clicking on the links above.

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Indian Coast Guard Navik GD DB, Yantrik Vacancy Details

Post Name

UR

EWS

OBC

ST

SC

Total

Navik GD

87

23

48

        32         35

225

Navik DB

16

05

10

06

03

           40

Yantrik Mechanical

05

01

      07

0

03

16

Yantrik Electrical

03

       0

03

01

03

           10

Yantrik Electronics

04

0

02

01

02

09

Indian Coast Guard Eligibility Criteria

For recruitment to the positions of Navik (General Duty), Navik (Domestic Branch), and Yantrik in the Indian Coast Guard, an Armed Force of the Union, MALE INDIAN CITIZENS with the required educational credentials and age are encouraged to apply online.

Indian Coast Guard Eligibility Criteria
Post Name Post Qualification
Navik (General Duty) 225 12th with Maths & Physics
Navik (Domestic) 40 10th Pass
Yantrik 35 Diploma in Engg.

Navik Yantri Educational Qualification

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

Yantrik Navik Age Limit

  • 18-22 Years
  • For Navik (GD) and Yantrik: 01st May 2001 to 31st April 2005
  • For Navik (DB): 01st May 2001 to 31st April 2005
  • (Upper Age Relaxation Of 5 Years For SC/ST And 3 Years For OBC Candidates)

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Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2022 – Video

Watch the Complete video below to know further details regarding the Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2022.

Indian Coast Guard Selection Process

There are 4 parts to the selection process, which we shall go over in detail. Recruitment candidates are chosen according to an all-India order of merit based on their performance in Stages I, II, III, and IV and the number of openings for the position. Recruitment into the ICG requires passing Stages I, II, III, and IV as well as demonstrating adequate performance in training.

  • Stage 1 – Written Examination
  • Stage 2 – Physical Fitness Test

Candidates undergoing PFT will do so at their own risk. All candidates are advised to be in possession of a sports rig (Shoe, T-shirt, Trousers etc). All three tests of PFT are to be carried out in continuity without any break. Any break in the three tests will lead to failing the PFTThe PFT consists of:-

(aa) 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes.
(ab) 20 Squat ups (Uthak Baithak).
(ac) 10 Push-up.

  • Stage 3 – Medical Examination
  • Stage 4 – Verification of Documents

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List of Documents Required for Verification (DV) & Uploading

At Stage-I candidate’s identity will be checked against the details filled by the candidate in the online application. The candidates will be required to bring the following documents for verification while reporting at their respective examination centres: –

  • (aa) Valid original Identity proof (Aadhar Card OR PAN Card OR Voter ID card OR Driving License OR Passport) as submitted/uploaded in the online application.
  • (ab) 01 Coloured printout of E-admit card (black & white printout not allowed).
  • (ac) 02 in no. passport-size colour photograph with similar facial features as uploaded in the online application.
  • (ad) For SC/ST applicants only: – Original caste certificate and 02 photocopies of self-attested SC/ST certificate, original train/bus ticket, cancelled cheque leaf for NEFT payment and travel forms downloaded from the website for claiming TA.

Example for Document Verification – Click to Download

Indian Coast Guard Exam Pattern

Indian Coast Guard Exam Pattern for the posts of Navik GD, DB, and Yantrik Electricals, electronic and mechanical are provided in the table below:

S. No.  Post Applied   Written test
1.    Navik GD Section I
2.     Navik DB Section (I+II)
3.     Yantric (Electricals) Section (I+III)
4.     Yantrik (Electronic) Section (I+IV)
5.     Yantrik (Mechanical) Section (I+V)

Indian Coast Guard Written Exam Pattern

Here are the section-wise exam details, subjects, and syllabus with the maximum marks and the total number of questions that are to be asked.

 S. No.   Section Name   Exam Details  Subjects  Syllabus
1. 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

2. Section II Maximum Marks – 50
Time – 30 mins.
Total no. of
Questions – 50
Maths – 25
Physics– 25
Class
12thMaths&
Physics
Syllabus
3. Section III Maximum Marks – 50
Time – 30 mins.
Total no. of
Questions – 50
Electrical
Engineering – 50
Diploma Level
Electrical
Engineering
syllabus
4. Section IV Maximum Marks – 50
Time – 30 mins.
Total no. of
Questions – 50
Electronics
Engineering – 50
Diploma Level
Electronics
Engineering
syllabus
5. Section V Maximum Marks – 50
Time – 30 mins.
Total no. of
Questions – 50
Mechanical
Engineering – 50
Diploma Level
Mechanical
Engineering
syllabus

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