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Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 Details

The Indian Coast Guard has invited an online application for Assistant Commandant (Group A Gazetted Officer). Assistant Commandant – General Responsibilities for Batch 01/2023, Commercial Pilot License (CPL-SSA) and Technical (Engineering & Electrical / Electronics).

 

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Eligible and interested candidates can apply online only through the official website of the Indian Coast Guard (see the link given below).

 

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The educational qualifications and other details required for informational purposes only in the interest of job seekers are briefly given below –

 

Indian coast guard recruitment 2022: Indian coast guard invites online application for Assistant Commandant (Group A Gazetted Officer). Last date – 28/02/2022

 

Assistant Commandant (Group ‘A’ Gazetted Officer): Total 65 Vacancies

Branch:

  • General Duty (GD)
  • Commercial Pilot License (SSA)
  • Technical (mechanical)
  • Technical (Electronics / Electrical)

Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 qualification

Educational Qualifications: Degree in General Responsibility, Engineering Degree in Technical Branch and 12 Class Pass with Commercial Pilot License for CPL (SSA). Please see the detailed ad (link below).

 

Selection of Candidates: The selection of officer Indian coast guard recruitment 2022  is done based on all-India merit which is based on the performance of the candidates at different stages of the examination (I – V).

The exact date, time and place of the examination/interview will be communicated to the eligible candidates in due course and such information is also available on the official website of Indian Coast Guardhttps://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in

 

For more details on candidate selection rules, eligibility rules and other details, please visit the official website Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 or the officially published advertisement (see link/pdf below).

 

How to apply: Interested and eligible candidates can apply online only through the official website of Indian Coast Guard – https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in (see the link of application form given below)

Upon successful submission of the online application form, the System Generated Registration / Acknowledgment Slip will be displayed on the computer screen. Candidates must print it out for future correspondence.

Do not send any print-out / hard copy or document to the Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 at this stage. All verifications will be completed promptly.

 

For detailed instructions on how to apply online, please go through the officially published advertisement (see link / PDF file below for more details)

 

Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 eligibility criteria

 

Additional eligibility criteria.

  • Candidates who have appeared in the final year or last semester examination and are waiting for the result will be allowed to apply if they do not have any current back paper. Such candidates should be able to submit temporary or original degree certificates issued by the university at the time of the final selection board (FSB).
  • Candidates withdrawn from any other service training academy for disciplinary reasons are not eligible to attend.
  • Candidates should not be arrested, convicted or tried on criminal charges.
  • If there are no vacancies for SC / ST / OBC (Non-Creamy) / EWS category candidates, the reserved category candidates may apply as unreserved, however, they will not be eligible for exemption of any age and passing marks. / Rest. SC / ST candidates can be exempted from paying the application fees only.

 

Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 Selection process.

The selection of officers is based on the All India Order of Merit which is based on the performance of the candidates at different stages of the examination (I – V) (explained in detail below) and the number of vacancies available for the post. Steps I, II, III, IV and V clearing are mandatory for appointment in ICG Compulsory biometric, photo identity and document verification is required for all candidates at different stages of the examination. Candidates can only apply for a position in a recruitment cycle. The details of different stages of the test are as follows: –

Stage-I (CGCAT). The first step will be to conduct a screening test for eligible applicants which will be a computer-based test conducted at various centres across India. A screening test will be conducted for candidates applying for GD / CPL and Technical (Mechanical / Electrical and Electronics) posts.

The screening test will be conducted in an MCQ pattern which will have a maximum of 400 marks including four marks for each correct answer and 100 questions with a negative marking for each wrong answer.

The duration of the examination will be two hours and the medium of examination will be English. Depending on the position applied for, the candidate has to appear for the following examinations: –

Pay attention.

Based on the marks obtained in the CGCAT Exam Phase-I (CGCAT), the merit list will be prepared according to the All India category. If two or more candidates have the same number, the tie will be broken at the following stage (Wherever the tie is broken, the next stage will not be taken forward): –

  1.  Candidates who get higher marks in the screening test.
  2. Older candidates will have higher merit.
  3. If both the above criteria are the same for multiple candidates, then older candidates whose date of birth falls on the same day will be selected for the second stage (PSB).

Stage-II: Preliminary Selection Board (PSB) 7. Based on the performance in Phase-I, candidates will be shortlisted for appearing in Phase-II (PSB) which will be conducted for one day in Noida, Mumbai / Goa, Chennai and Kolkata centres. Candidates will be screened through Computerized Cognitive Battery Test (CCBT) and Picture Perception and Discussion Test (PP&DT).

CCBT will be in English only and will be of objective type. Candidates are expected to speak and discuss in English during PP & DT. However, if they want to do so, they are free to speak in Hindi. Phase-II examination is only of qualification nature such as pass or fail.

 

Pay attention.

  • Verification of candidates. Candidates reported for Phase-II will first have to go through photo and biometric verification. Photographs and biometrics recorded during Phase-II must be verified with photographs and biometrics recorded during Phase-I. If it does not match the biometric screening data, the candidacy will be rejected. The biometric database will be saved for the next stage of testing.
  • Document verification. PSB cleared candidates will have their documents verified. At the time of registration for Phase II, the original documents brought by the candidates will be verified according to the documents uploaded by the candidates. In case of any discrepancy, the candidature will be cancelled and a ‘Rejection Slip’ indicating the reason for rejection will be handed over to the candidate.

Stage-III: Final Selection Board (FSB). Phase-II Selected Candidates will be informed through their Login ID to appear for Stage-III (FSB) and candidates will need to bring an e-Admit Card for Stage-III. The FSB operates on the Coast Guard Selection Board (CGSB) in Noida and lasts for five days.

Candidates are subjected to psychological tests, group work and interviews (personality tests). The final selection will be held temporarily from July to October 22. All documents/certificates certified during PSB must also be made original during FSB. A board conference is held on the last day and after that, the recommended candidates are sent for Phase-IV i.e. first aid examination.

 

Pay attention.

  • If, the total number of two candidates is the same.
  • Then, the candidate who gets higher marks in the third stage will have more merit. If, the number of Phase-III is equal for two candidates.
  • Then, the date of birth (DOB) of the candidates will be compared and the candidates older than the age will have higher qualifications.

Stage-IV (medical examination). Stage-III cleared candidates will have to undergo a special medical examination at Base Hospital, New Delhi. Candidates disqualified by the Special Medical Board (SMB) are included in the merit list, as candidates disqualified from the SMB have the freedom to appeal against the decision and the SMB will report within 42 days of the end of the nominated service. Appeal to hospital for treatment.

If ineligible during appeal therapy, they have the option to ask for a review of the results. In this case, the review is approved by the Director-General of Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS) through Medical Services / GCHQ. If the review is approved, the hospital designated to conduct the review is directed to the approval. The decision of the Review Medical Board (RMB) will be final and no further appeals will be accepted.

Stage-V (obsession). Candidates who have cleared Stage-IV and are on the All India Merit List as per the available vacancies will be selected for temporary training and have to report to INA Ezima for Naval Orientation Course (NOC) as per the instructions. The All India Merit List will be based on the combined numbers of Stage-I and Stage-III. Candidates reported to INA Ezhimala for training must first go through photo and biometric verification.

 

How to apply for Indian coast guard recruitment 2022.

(a) Applications will only be accepted ‘online’ from 18 February 2022 (1100 hrs) to 28 February 2022 (1700 hrs). Candidates need to log on to https: //joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in and follow the instructions to register themselves with an e-mail id / mobile number. Candidates must confirm the validity of e-mail and mobile numbers by at least 31st January 2023.

(b) Candidates can apply for only one post such as Assistant Commandant (GD) or Assistant Commandant (CPL-SSA) or Assistant Commandant {Tech (Engineering)} or Assistant Commandant {Tech (LEC) ঙ্গে in the context of advertisement of a recruitment cycle. If a candidate fills more than one application in a given recruitment cycle, his last application will be accepted and all applications already filled will be rejected. Online applications will be further screened for eligibility and will be rejected at any stage if found to be ineligible in any way.

(c) Documents to be uploaded in the application form. Candidates have to upload documents in two steps. Some documents are required at the online application stage and some will need to be uploaded once shortlisted for the second episode. Candidates need to scan the original documents (no need to scan photocopies or self-certified photocopies) to apply for the post applied for and upload the same in the online application.

1. Compulsory documents must be uploaded by all the candidates during the first stage of the online application.
(aa) Recent passport size colour photograph (not taken before December 2021) (front photo in light background without head gear without Sikh). The photograph should be taken without glasses, the name of the candidate should be written on the black slate in front of the chest and the date of the photograph should be written in large letters with white chalk.

  • Scanned a picture of the candidate’s signature.
  • Scanned clear left and right thumbprint image.
  • Certificate of Date of Birth (10th class mark sheet or birth certificate in English or Hindi).
  • Photo Identity Proof (Aadhaar Card or Voter ID or Passport or PAN Card or Driving License).
  • Candidate Handwritten Declaration (Available on Format Website).
  • Service Certificate / NOC, if the candidate is employing ICG staff including civilians or in another organization.

2. List of documents uploaded by candidates if selected for Phase-II (PSB).

  •  10th / Matriculation Certificate of Certificate (carrying the date of birth).
  • 12th mark sheet and certificate
  • Marksheet by graduation year/semester
  • Degree Pass Certificate
  •  Commercial Pilot License (if applicable)
  • Category Certificate (if applicable).
  • Residence certificate (if applicable) – A residence certificate is not a ‘domicile certificate’. Candidates who upload ‘Residence Certificate’ in place of ‘Residence Certificate’ will be disqualified. Uploaded by candidates with height relaxation as per Central Government. Law.
  •  NCC’A ‘/’ B ‘/’ C ‘Certificate (if applicable).

Important dates: Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 last date

  • Start date of online application: 18/02/2022
  • Last date for online application: 28/02/2022

 

The above information is brief. Please see the officially published ad before applying online. Indian coast guard recruitment 2022 Official Websitehttps://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in

 

For full Advt. & Application form, See the following PDF file – Official Advertisement 

 

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