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Indian Coast Guard Recruitment - 50 Navik Vacancies - Last Date: 7th Dec 2020

Name: Indian Coast Guard

Post Name: 
  • Navik (General Duty): 260 Vacancies
  • Navik (Domestic Branch): 50 Vacancies
  • Yantrik: 48 Vacancies

Total Vacancies: 358

  • Navik (GD): 10+2 passed with Physics & Maths recognized by COBSE (Council of Boards for School Education)
  • Yantrik: 10th passed and Diploma in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics and Telecommunication (Power/ Radio) Engineering
  • Navik (DB): 10th passed recognized by COBSE (Council of Boards for School Education)

Age Limit:
  • Navik (General Duty): Born between 1st Aug 1999 to 31st Jul 2003
  • Navik (Domestic Branch): Born between 1st Oct 1999 to 30th Sep 2003
  • Yantrik: Born between 1st Aug 1999 to 31st Jul 2003

  • Navik (Domestic Branch), Navik (General Duty): Rs. 21700/- (Pay Level-3)
  • Yantrik: Rs. 29200/- (Pay Level-5)

Physical Fitness Test:
  • Run: 1.6 Km in 7 minutes
  • Height: 157 cms
  • Push-ups: 10 Push-ups
  • Uthak Baithak: 20 squat ups (Uthak Baithak)

Application Fee:
  • OBC/ UR/ EWS: 250/-
  • SC/ ST: No Fee

Job Location: All Over India

Selection Process: 
  • Written Test
  • Physical Fitness Test

How To Apply: Applicants need to apply online from https://joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in/ (or) www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in form 05th Jan 2021 to 19th Jan 2021

Important Dates:
  • Start Date To Apply: 5th Jan 2021
  • Last Date To Apply: 19th Jan 2021


The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is a multi-mission system, managing round-the-year real-life services at sea.  Despite remaining almost small, it has a broad variety of task abilities for both air and surface operations.

The company is directed by the Director-General Indian Coast Guard using his overall control and management from the Indian Coast Guard Headquarters established in New Delhi.  This is supported by 4 Deputy Director Generals of the position of Inspector General, and different senior officers managing multiple staff members.

For active control and command, the Maritime departments of India are classified into 5 Coast Guard Sectors, namely, West, East, North-West, Andaman & Nicobar, and North-East, with the individual Regional Headquarters established at Chennai, Gandhinagar, Kolkata, Port Blair, and Mumbai.  The Coast Guard Quarters are conducted by Directors of the level of Inspector General.

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