Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2013

Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2013 : Applications are invited from unmarried male Indian nationals possessing educational qualifications and age, as prescribed below, for recruitment to the post of Navik (General Duty) in the Indian Coast Guard, an Armed Force of the Union.

Educational Qualification:– 10+2 with 60% marks aggregate in total and minimum 60% in each subject of Maths and Physics from an education board recognised by Central/State Government. Qualifying percentage may be increased if more number of applications are received for a particular centre. Candidates from “Open Schools” not registered with the Govt. are not eligible.

Age. Born between 01 Aug 91 to 31 Jul 95. (Upper age relaxation of 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC candidates).

How to apply:

(a) Applications will be accepted ‘Online only’ from 14 to 23 Jan 13. Candidates are to login. The important instructions for filling of online application are:-
(i) The name of the candidate, father/mother’s name and date of birth should be as given in the 10th class certificate.
(ii) Indicate exact percentage of 12th upto two decimals and this is not to be rounded off.
(iii) Filling up of information like personal email ID and Mobile number of the candidate are compulsory. The date, time and venue of the test and other information will be informed through personal email ID.
(iv) The application provides two centres for examination centre. The candidates are to choose first and second choice from the same zone only. First and second choice from different zones will be rejected.

(b) To fill up “Online” application the candidates need to logon to the Website. Read the instruction carefully and proceed as given below:-
(i) Select the advertisement for Recruitment of Naviks (10+2 Entry) 02/2013 Batch.
(ii) Select the post applied for Navik General Duty.
(iii) Click on the ‘I Agree’ button and the ‘Online Application’ will be displayed.
(iv) Proceed to fill the application (All Star (*) marked entries are compulsory and to be filled)
(v) On completion of filling application, click on the Submit button.
(vi) Filled form will be displayed. Verify the details filled in and then click on the Save button if all are correct. Otherwise click on the Edit button for correction and then submit and save.
(vii) After saving the form correctly the application with a Registration
number will be provided to the candidate. The filled Application Form, with the number generated will be available to the candidate to save and take a print. For candidates NOT meeting the eligibility criteria, a ‘Rejection Slip, giving the cause of rejection with the Application Number’ will be displayed.
(viii) Candidates are required to print two copies of the application with number generated by the system. Both copies of the print out of application duly signed with photograph are to be carried by the applicant to the recruitment centre.
(ix) Out of the two copies one copy enclosed with photocopies of all required documents i.e. class 10th certificate/mark sheet showing date of birth, 12th class certificate along with mark sheet subjects, caste certificate wherever required duly attested by the Gazzetted Officer shall also be carried by the candidate and submitted at the recruitment centre. Second copy without any enclosure is to be kept with the candidate as an identity proof during the selection procedure. Any candidate who does not carry all these documents at the time of recruitment shall not be permitted to appear in the exam.

Note: Filling of multiple applications will result in cancellation of all application.

Selection Procedure: The ‘Online’ Applications will be sorted out centre wise. The conduct of test is planned during Mar/Apr 13. Date, time and venue of the recruitment will be intimated through personal email ID/ by post in the month of Feb 13. Selection procedure is as follows:-
(i) Short-listing criteria will be based on higher percentage of marks for a particular examination centre. SC and ST candidates will be given due weightage while short listing.
(ii) Cut off percentage of a particular centre will be decided depending upon the number of applications received and the handling capacity of a particular centre.
(iii) Those who qualify preliminary and final written tests will undergo PFT, interview and Medical Examination (Preliminary). The testing procedure will take 2-3 days.
(iv) The written tests will be objective type.
(v) The Physical Fitness Test will be conducted for all those who pass the written tests. The PFT will consist as under:-
* 1.6 Km run to be completed in 6 minutes 30 seconds.
* 20 squat ups (Uthak Baithak)
* 10 Push ups. Candidates undergoing PFT will do so at their own risk.
(vi) Candidates who qualify the above tests will be required to undergo initial recruitment medical examination at the respective recruitment centres.
(vii) The select list will be prepared from the candidates who qualify in all the tests depending upon the available vacancies. The Zone wise select list of candidates will be displayed in the Indian Coast Guard Website in the month of Jul 13. It is clarified that select list will be zone wise and not centre wise.
(viii) Candidates who clear the final medical examination at INS Chilka will only be inducted in to the service.
(ix) Shortlisted candidates through ‘Online’ application will be called for test at given date and time. Candidates are required to appear at the venue with the following documents:
(a) Two copies of pre-filled online application.
(b) Original certificate of tenth class for date of birth verification.

Author: Ramesh Saini

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