Indian Coast Guard Navik GD & DB, Yantrik 02/2022 Online Form 2022
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Indian Coast Guard has Inviting Online Application Form for the Recruitment of Navik GD, Yantrik & Navik DB Post under Advt Coast Guard 02/2022. Those Candidates are interested in the Following Process of Coast Guard Navik / Yantrik Recruitment 2022 & complete the Required Eligibility Criteria Can read the Full Notification and Apply Online Coast Guard Navik DB & GD @ cgept.cdac.in.
Start Date for Apply Online : 04/01/2022
Last Date for Apply Online : 14/01/2022
Minimum Age : 18 Years
Maximum Age : 22 Years
For Navik GD & Yantrik : Born between 01 Aug 2000 to 31 July 2004
For Navik DB : Born Between 01 Oct 2000 to 31 Sep 2004
Age Relaxation Applicable as per Rules for SC / ST (5 Years) and OBC (3 Years).
UR / OBC / EWS : Rs. 250/-
SC / ST : Nil
Payment Mode : Online
Coast Guard Navik / Yantrik Vacancy Details : 322 Post
10th Class Pass with Diploma in Electrical / Mechanical / Electronics and Telecommunication (Radio / Power) Engineering.
Pay , Perks & Other Benefits
Navik (General Duty).
Basic pay of Rs. 21700/- (Pay Level-3) plus Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on nature of duty / place of posting as per the prevailing regulations.
Navik (Domestic Branch) :
Basic Pay Scale for Navik (DB) is 21700/- (Pay Level-3) plus Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on nature of duty/ place of posting as per the prevailing regulation.
Basic pay Rs. 29200/- (Pay Level-5). In addition, you will be paid Yantrik pay @ Rs. 6200/- plus Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on nature of duty / place of posting as per the prevailing regulation
Coast Guard Navik / Yantrik Selection Process
The selection of recruits is based on an all India order of merit on their performance in Stage-I, II, III & IV.
I Stage : Written Exam
II Stage : PFT and DV
III Stage : Medical
IV Stage : Original Document Verification
Stage I : Written Exam
The question paper for section I, II, III, IV & V will be objective type with four options.
There is no negative marking in the written examination test.