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The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is a part of the Indian Armed Forces. Its main goal is the assurance of India's sea advantages and oceanic law requirement with purview over both regional (counting coterminous zone and restrictive monetary zone) and global waters.

ICG was formally settled on eighteenth August 1978 as a furnished power of the Union by the Coast Guard Act, 1978. It works under the Department of Defence of the Union Ministry of Defense. It is especially imperative to take note of that the " Coast Guard Act" was presented under Entry 2 of List 1 in the Seventh Schedule to the Constituion of India. This is indistinguishable section from for the Army, Navy and Air Force Acts.

The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is a part of the Indian Armed Forces. Its main goal is the assurance of India's sea advantages and oceanic law requirement with purview over both regional (counting coterminous zone and restrictive monetary zone) and global waters.

ICG was formally settled on eighteenth August 1978 as a furnished power of the Union by the Coast Guard Act, 1978. It works under the Department of Defence of the Union Ministry of Defense. It is especially imperative to take note of that the " Coast Guard Act" was presented under Entry 2 of List 1 in the Seventh Schedule to the Constituion of India. This is indistinguishable section from for the Army, Navy and Air Force Acts.

The Coast Guard works in close participation with the Indian Navy, Department of Fisheries, Department of Revenue (Customs) and the Central and State police powers. The ICG is normally and as of now headed by a maritime officer of the position of Vice-Admiral on assignment, albeit two of the Director Generals (the twelfth and sixteenth), Rameshwar Singh and Prabhakaran Paleri, were from Indian Coast Guard.==Missions== The Indian Coast Guard's witticism, with regards to its missions, is वयम रक्षामः (Vayam Rakshamah), which interprets from Sanskrit as We Protect. Its missions are:

  • Assurance of oceanic assets

  • Oceanic security, hunt and salvage

  • Law authorization in regional just as worldwide waters

  • Assurance of marine nature and condition

  • Logical information accumulation and backing

  • Sea barrier support.

HOW TO JOIN INDIAN COAST GUARD - OFFICERS

Officers General Duty Branch :

This is the operational branch of the Coast Guard. Command of ships at sea can only be exercised by officers of the General Duty Branch. As a General Duty Officer you will operate weapons and sensors and perform the command function which demands a wide sphere of knowledge of your equipment. The safety of your ship and men, the maneuver of your ships in war and in peace time operations will be your responsibility.

  • Both men and women 21 to 25 years age Relaxation for special categories Degree (with Mathematics and Physics upto intermediate of Class XII of the 10+2+3 scheme), passed Second Mate's Examination prescribed by the Ministry of Surface Transport

  • Pilot/Navigator - Coast Guard operates fixed wing aircraft from shore Air Stations for surveillance of the Exclusive Economic Zone. In addition, helicopters are embarked on Coast Guard Offshore Patrol Vessels to provide local surveillance and perform Search and Rescue missions at sea. Operating these aircraft at sea is a challenging task and will bring your special skills to the fore. As an Officer of the Pilot/Navigator Branch, you will have opportunity to serve both in the Shore Air-Stations along the coasts of India, as well as embark ships.

Officers Technical Branch :

Modern ships and aircraft abound with advanced technology and machinery. In the Technical Branch you will be responsible to keep all these equipment serviceable. You will also get opportunities to work in shore jobs in Coast Guard repair organizations. In very few other careers will you be exposed to such a wide spectrum of opportunities to keep yourself abreast of modern developments in Engineering. Your career will be interspread with technical training course upto Post-Graduation level in India.

Training Pattern :

  • Basic Training in Naval Academy at INS Mandovi, Goa 20 weeks

  • Afloat training onboard Coast Guard Ships 36 weeks

  • Technical courses at various Naval Schools 48 weeks

  • Watch-keeping onboard Coast Guard Ships 24 weeks

How to Apply :

  • The recruitment of Asst. Commandants is conducted bi-annually.

  • The advertisement is given in leading national newspapers in both Hindi as well as in English.

  • The shortlisted candidates are called for Preliminary Selection (PSB) as per their choice centres at Mumbai, Chennai, Calcutta and Delhi

  • The PSB consists of Mental Ability Test as well as interview

  • The candidates who qualify PSB are called for Final Selection Board (FSB) at New Delhi.

  • The candidates subject to medical fitness are selected as per merit list.

HOW TO JOIN INDIAN COAST GUARD - OFFICERS

How To Apply For Naviks(GD/DB) :

  • The recruitment is conducted bi-annually.

  • The advertisement is given in employment news all over India, both in Hindi as well as in English. The recruitment is conducted in 5 zones viz., Western Zone, Eastern Zone, North-Eastern Zone, A&N Zone and North Zone.

  • The shortlisted candidates are called for selection test at convenient centre at various zones.

  • The candidates are subjected to Mental Ability Test (Verbal & Non-Verbal), (only Non-Verbal in case of DB), entrance test and interview. During the written test and interview the candidates have the option of answering in Hindi/English.

  • The qualified candidates are to undergo medical examination, those who clear the medical examination are selected as per merit list.

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