The Indian Coast Guard, under the Ministry of Defence, has invited online applications from eligible and interested Indian nationals for recruitment to the post of Naviks (General Duty) through direct selection. The application process towards the same starts from August 26, 2019 and closes on September 1, 2019.
|Name Of The Posts||Naviks (General Duty)|
|Organisation||Indian Coast Guard|
|Experience||Freshers can apply|
|Skills Required||Physical and Medical Fitness|
|Salary Scale||As per the set norms|
|Application Start Date||August 26, 2019|
|Application End Date||September 1, 2019|
Age Criteria And Fees
Desirous candidates applying for the post of Naviks (General Duty) through the Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 must have attained 18 years of age and not be more than 22 years, with a relaxation in the upper age limit to reserved categories as applicable.
For details regarding fee towards application processing, refer to the official notification here http://www.davp.nic.in/WriteReadData/ADS/eng_10119_18_1920b.pdf
Educational Criteria And Experience
Desirous candidates applying for the post of Naviks (General Duty) through the Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 must have passed HSC/Intermediate or equivalent with Mathematics and Physics from a recognised University/Institute.
Selection And Pay Scale
The selection of candidates as Naviks (General Duty) through the Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 will be done through a Written Examination, Physical Fitness Test and Medical Examination.
Candidates selected as Naviks (General Duty) will be paid emolument as per the established norms.
How To Apply
Candidates applying for the post of Naviks (General Duty) through the Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 must submit their applications through online mode at https://joinindiancoastguard.gov.in/ from August 26, 2019, and submit their applications on or before September 1, 2019.
Read the detailed notification about Indian Coast Guard Recruitment for Naviks (General Duty) here http:// www.davp.nic.in/WriteReadData/ADS/eng_10119_18_1920b.pdf