Last Date:08 November,2019
Indian Coast Guard
Indian Coast Guard invites Sarkari Job applications for the post of Navik (Domestic Branch) DB 10th Entry. Apply Online Before 08 November 2019. Join Indian Coast Guard Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in
Name of the post – Navik (Domestic Branch) 10 Entry 01/2020 Batch
No of post – Not Specified
Pay Scale – 47600/- Level -8
10th Class with 50% marks in aggregate from a board of Education recognized by Central/State Government. SC, ST Candidates 45% marks.
General Conditions:himachal government jobs
- Candidates withdrawn on disciplinary grounds from any other Service Establishments are not eligible to appear.
- Candidates should not have been arrested, convicted or prosecuted on charges.
- Original certificates should not be attached with the e-Admit card. Indian Coast Guard will not take responsibility for loss of any original certificates, if attached with application. Photo should be pasted not stapled.
- Request for change of examination center /date will not be entertained.
- Applications received by post will not be accepted.
- Use of Mobile phones and other modern electronic gadgets are not permitted during examination. Coast Guard considers such possession as adopting unfair means. If any candidate is caught with Mobile, Bluetooth or any kind of scanning equipment during examination hours, immediate action as per law including filling FIR will be initiated.
- Candidates are self responsible for safekeeping of their belonging including any electronic devices. Candidates will not be allowed to leave examination centre/ Hall for any reasons after the commencement of the Written Examination.
- All candidates will be frisked prior entering into examination Centre.
- All candidates are requested to be watchful and immediately bring to notice of invigilator of any suspicious action by any of the candidates.
- Indiscipline activities including copying/malpractice etc. during the testing procedures will also result in disqualification.
- The application and the original documents will be further scrutinized for eligibility prior to Enrolment and may be rejected if found not eligible in any respect.
- It may also be noted that minimum percentage of marks for eligibility at Para 2 may be increased depending upon number of candidates applying.
- Candidates from “Open Schools” institutes not recognized by Govt./AICTE are not eligible.
- In case of more number of candidates applying for one Centre, a few candidates may be allotted to any other centre. Candidates with higher marks will be allotted their first choice only.
- The candidate’s selection pertaining to a particular batch is valid for that batch only. Qualified candidates whose names do not appear in the final select list cannot claim admission for the next batch. These candidates will have to undergo the selection procedure afresh provided that they meet the eligibility criteria for the fresh batch.
- Call letter for Final Medical Examination for Enrolment in the Coast Guard will be forwarded only to initially medically qualified candidates in the select list. Such candidates will be required to reach the training establishment at their own expenses. Unsuccessful candidates will not be intimated separately.
- No enquiry will be entertained regarding Recruitment/Enrolment after a period of six months.
- SC/ST candidates, who are not employed by the Central/State Government, will be reimbursed ordinary IInd class fare by train/ Govt. bus/steamer charges as per central government regulations by the shortest route if the home station is beyond 30 kms from the place of testing, on production of original tickets.
- The terms and condition given in this advertisement are subject to change and should, therefore, be treated as guidelines only. Details are also available on Indian Coast Guard website www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in
- Selection Process:
- Short-listing criteria will be based on higher percentage of marks for a particular examination Centre.
- The qualifying cut off percentage (%) of a particular Centre may be increased if more number of applications with higher percentage is received.
- The written examination will be of objective type, which will generally cover subjects Quantitative Aptitude, Mathematics, General Sciences, General English, General Awareness (Current Affairs & General Knowledge) and Reasoning (Verbal & Non-Verbal).
- Those who qualify written examination will undergo Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and Initial Medical Examination (Preliminary). The testing procedure will take 2-3 days. Physically Challenged candidates are not eligible to apply for this examination.
- Candidates who qualify the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) will only be required to undergo initial recruitment medical examination at the respective recruitment Centres or any other place as decided by the Indian Coast Guard.
- Based on the performance in the written examination, candidates will be shortlisted for medical examination in a ratio as may be decided by the Indian Coast Guard. Mere declaration of fit in initial medical examination does not indicate selection of the candidate for the final medical at INS Chilka.
- 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 www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in in the month of Mar 2020. It is clarified that merit list will be zone wise and not centre wise.
- The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is an armed force that protects India’s maritime interests and enforces maritime law, with jurisdiction over the territorial waters of India, including its contiguous zone and exclusive economic zone. The Indian Coast Guard was formally established on 18 August 1978 by the Coast Guard Act, 1978 of the Parliament of India as an independent Armed force of India. It operates under the Ministry of Defence.
- The Coast Guard works in close cooperation with the Indian Navy, the Department of Fisheries, the Department of Revenue (Customs) and the Central and State police forces.
- The establishment of the Indian Coast Guard was first proposed by the Indian Navy to provide non-military maritime services to the nation. In the 1960s, sea-borne smuggling of goods was threatening India’s domestic economy. The Indian Customs Department frequently called upon the Indian Navy for assistance with patrol and interception in the anti-smuggling effort.
- The Nagchaudhuri Committee was constituted with participation from the Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force to study the problem. In August 1971, the committee identified the requirement to patrol India’s vast coastline, set up a registry of offshore fishing vessels in order to identify illegal activity, and establish a capable and well-equipped force to intercept vessels engaged in illegal activities. The committee also looked at the number and nature of the equipment, infrastructure and personnel required to provide those services.
- By 1973, India had started a programme to acquire the equipment and started deputing personnel from the Indian Navy for these anti-smuggling and law enforcement tasks, under the provisions of the Maintenance of Internal Security Act. The Indian Navy sensed that the law enforcement nature of these duties diverged from its core mission as a military service. Admiral Sourendra Nath Kohli, then Chief of Naval Staff, hence made a recommendation to the Defence Secretary outlining the need for a separate maritime service to undertake those duties and offering the Navy’s assistance in its establishment. On 31 August 1974, the Defence Secretary submitted a note to the Cabinet Secretary proposing cabinet action on Admiral Kohli’s recommendation.
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