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18 Civilian Motor Transport Driver and Various Vacancy – Indian Coast Guard,Maharashtra

           

Last Date:30 June,2019
Indian Coast Guard
Maharashtra

Indian Coast Guard is inviting applications from all eligible and interested candidates who willing to work on 18 positions of Civilian Motor Transport Driver and Various.Candidates fulfilling eligibility criteria may submit their application on the prescribed application form along with attested copies of testimonials to the given address on or before the last date of 30-06-2019

JOB DETAILS:
Name of the post – Civilian Motor Transport Driver and Various
No of post – 18
Pay Scale – Rs 5200 – 20200

Education Qualification:
Matriculation with Two years Diploma in Draughtsmanship and One year experience driving licence /Certificate of competency as Engine Driver/Certificate of competency as Sarang.

General Instruction:

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  • No age and other relaxation will be given to SC/ST/OBC candidates for the posts earmarked for UR category.
  • The crucial date for fixation of age limit will be 30 Jun 19.
  • The applications in the prescribed proforma at (Annexure I) should be forwarded to the offices as under by 30 Jun 19
  • For the posts in offices at Ratnagiri & Mumbai: The Commander, No.2 Coast Guard District Headquarters, Worli Sea Face P.O., Worli Colony, Mumbai – 400 030 3.
  • For posts in offices at Goa : The Commander, No.11 Coast Guard District Headquarters (Goa), 4th floor, MPT Old Admin Bldg., Mormugao Harbour, Goa – 403 803.
  • For posts in offices at Kochi : The Commander, No.4 Coast Guard District Headquarters,Kelvatthy Fort, Fort Kochi–682004
  • For the posts in offices at Daman : The Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Station, Nani Daman–396210.
  • The envelope containing the application must be superscribed as ‘Application for the post of __’. Application should be submitted by Ordinary Post only. Self attested copies of educational, technical, age proof, caste certificate for OBC/SC/ST and experience certificate, if any, should be enclosed with the application. Candidates in Central Govt. service should submit NOC from their present employer alongwith applications. Crucial date for fixation of age limit will be the last date of receiving applications.
  • The prescribed essential qualifications are the minimum and the mere possession of the same does not entitle candidates to be called for written test.
  • In case of receipt of large number of applications, screening of applications on the basis of percentage of marks obtained in the exam for essential qualification will be carried out to reduce candidates for written exam. A benchmark percentage will be fixed depending on the no. of applicants. No weight age will be given for additional / higher education (other than those prescribed in the Recruitment Rules) All candidates meeting the benchmark will be allowed to appear in the written exam. The administration reserves the right to fix a cut off / benchmark for selection. Short listed candidates only will be called for written test.
  • Candidates to bring original documents on the date of written examination. No TA will be paid for the written test. Candidates have to make their own lodging and transportation and arrangements for test. Unit will not be responsible to pay any damages in case of injury during physical test.
  • Selection Procedure: The selection of candidates will be based only on the merit in written examination. However, the skill / physical tests wherever required will be conducted, but will only be qualifying in nature with no bearing on the overall merit.
  • Short listed candidates will undergo a written test / aptitude test on the basis of educational / technical qualifications prescribed for the post. The syllabus for written examination consists of General Knowledge, Arithmetic, General English and knowledge / experience related to the concerned post. The total marks for the written test will be 50. Candidates must obtain 50% marks to qualify the written test in case of General / OBC and 45% for SC/ ST candidates.
  • Trade tests are devised to check the performance / aptitude of a candidate for the trade, for which he has applied, as applicable. The candidates who qualify the written test are to appear for the Trade Test which will only be qualifying in nature with no bearing on the overall merit.
  • The appointment carries with it liability to serve in any part of India. The place of initial posting is provisional and subject to change depending on availability of vacancy at the time of posting.
  • The no. of vacancies indicated in this Employment News is provisional and may increase or decrease or even become NIL, depending upon the actual needs of the Region. The Administration also reserves the right to cancel the notified vacancies, at its discretion and such decision will be final and binding on all in the event of cancellation of notified vacancies.
  • All posts are temporary but likely to be permanent under MoD with a probation period of two years. The appointee will be governed by the New Pension scheme.
  • Terms and conditions given out in this advertisement are subject to change. Hence, these may be treated as general guidelines only.
  • Applications which are not in the prescribed format, without the required certificate, duly self attested / without photographs / without signature of the candidates will be summarily
    rejected.
  • The decision of the Commander, Coast Guard Region (West), Worli Sea Face P.O. Worli Colony, Mumbai – 400 030 regarding selection/rejection will be final and no correspondence will be made on rejection of the application.

About Us:

  • The Indian Coast Guard is a multi-mission organization, conducting round-the-year real-life operations at sea. Despite being relatively small, it has a wide range of task capabilities for both surface and air operations.
  • The organization is headed by the Director General Indian Coast Guard (DGICG) exercising his overall command and superintendence from the Coast Guard Headquarters (CGHQ) located at New Delhi. At CGHQ, he is assisted by four Deputy Director Generals of the rank of Inspector General, and other senior officers heading various staff divisions.
  • For effective command and control, the Maritime Zones of India are divided into five Coast Guard Regions, namely, North-West, West, East, North-East and Andaman & Nicobar, with the respective Regional Headquarters located at Gandhinagar, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Port Blair. The Coast Guard Regions are commanded by Officers of the rank of Inspector General.
  • The regions are further divided into twelve Coast Guard ‘Districts’, one each for the nine coastal states on the mainland, two in the Andaman & Nicobar Region, and one at Kavaratti in the Lakshadweep and Minicoy Islands. Each Coast Guard District comprises of one or more Coast Guard Stations. In addition, there are Coast Guard Air Stations (CGAS) and Air Enclaves (CGAE) for air operations from various locations along the coastline.
  • The Regional Headqaurters (North-West) at Gandhinagar exclusively covers the strategically important maritime state of Gujarat. The state has its District Headquarters at Porbandar. This District, commissioned in 1984, is supported by stations at Veraval, Mundra, Okha and Jakhau. Dornier aircraft and Advanced Light Helicopters operating from Porandar, provide air-support to this region.
  • Apart from Gujarat, the rest of the western seaboard is the responsibility of the Regional Headquarters (West) at Mumbai. In this region, the Maharashtra coast is a major hub of economic activity. The area is also sensitive due to location of off-shore oil platforms, and nuclear energy establishments. Fishing activities in this area extend beyond the traditional fishing grounds, which increased the scope of ICG operations. Maharashtra has its District Headquarters at Mumbai, and is supported by a helicopter squadron. The District Headquarters at Goa was commissioned in 1994. It is home to the first helicopter squadron the Coast Guard (CGAS 800). The State of Karnataka has its District Headquarters at New Mangalore. This Headquarters, commissioned in 1990, is engaged in regulating maritime activities along the Karnataka coast. Kerala has its District Headquarters at Kochi, and the Lakshadweep is monitored and administered by the District Headquarters at Kavaratti. It is close to the Sea Lanes of Communication (SLOCs) followed by a large number of oil tankers, and is therefore a high risk area in terms of oil pollution. Air support is provided by Dornier aircraft based at Kochi.

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