Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2013 – 83 Civilian Vacancies
Indian Coast Guard, Head Quarters Coast Guard Region (East), Chennai has issued notification for the 83 recruitment of Civilian Vacancies. Eligible candidates apply through prescribed application format on or before 15-03-2013. For details like Age Limit, Educational Qualification, Selection Procedure, How to apply and other details are given below…
Indian Coast Guard Vacancy Details:
Total No of Posts: 66
Names of Posts: Civilian Posts
1. Charge man Grade II: 01 Post
2. Store Keeper: 01 Post
3. Assistant Store Keeper: 02 Posts
4. Civilian Motor Transport Driver: 03 Posts
5. Engine Driver: 01 Post
6. Sarang Lascar: 04 Posts
7. Fireman: 02 Posts
8. ICE Fitter skilled: 05 Posts
9. Electrical Fitter skilled: 01 Post
10. Machinist skilled: 02 Posts
11. Carpenter skilled: 01 Post
12. Painter skilled: 01 Post
13. Multi Tasking Staff – 47 Posts
i. Gestetner Operator: 01 Post
ii. Daftry: 01 Post
iii. Peon: 01 Post
iv. Sweeper: 02 Posts
v. Mali: 03 Posts
vi. MT Cleaner: 02 Posts
vii. Unskilled Labourer: 10 Posts
viii. Unskilled Tradesmen: 05 Posts
ix. Lascar: 15 Posts
x. Electrical: 02 Posts
xi. Fitter (Semi Skilled): 01 Post
xii. ICE Fitter (Semi Skilled): 01 Post
xiii. Ship Fitter (Semi Skilled): 01 Post
xiv. Metal Sheet Worker (Semi skilled) : 01 Post
xv. Carpenter (Semi Skilled): 01 Post
xvi. Welder (Semi Skilled): 01 Post
14. Civilian Motor Transport Driver (Ordinary Grade): 02 Posts
15. ICE Fitter (Skilled): 01 Post
16. MTS (Peon): 01 Post
17. MTS (Lascar): 06 Posts
18. MTS (Unskilled Labourer): 02 Posts
Age Limit: Candidate age should be 27 years for post1, between 18 years to 30 years for posts 5, 6 & 21 and between 18 years to 27 years for all remaining posts as on 15-03-2013. Age relaxations will be extended as per Govt. rules.
Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess SSC/ ITI/ Diploma/ Degree in relevant trade with desired experience as per the post. For post wise details refer to the notification.
Selection Procedure: Eligible candidates will be selected on the basis of Written Test, Trade Test and Interview.
How to Apply: Candidates can send their application on a plain paper in the prescribed format available with the notification and fill all the details in the application, attach photo, attest signature and send along with the attested copies of all relevant certificates with super scribed on the envelope “Application for the post of_____ ” by ordinary post only should be forwarded as: For posts at Chennai, Mandapam & Karaikal – The Commander, Coast Guard Region(East), Near Napier Bridge, Chennai – 600 009 (Tamilnadu) and For Posts at Visakhapatnam, Nizampatnam & Krishnapatnam – The Commander, Coast Guard District Headquarters No.6(AP), Coast Guard Jetty Eastern Shore, NMDC Road, Opposite to Essar Gate, Visakhapatnam – 530 035 (Andhra Pradesh) so as to reach on or before 15-03-2013.
Last Date for Receipt of Application: 15-03-2013
For other details like age relaxation, selection process, pay scale, perks and other benefits, promotion, standards and other instructions and conditions, click on the link given below…
INDIAN COAST GUARD HISTORY
Emergence of the Coast Guard in India on 01 Feb 1977 as a new service was the result of an awareness that had been growing for some time in the Government for the requirement to enforce National Laws in the waters under national jurisdiction and ensure safety of life and property at sea. It was also considered desirable that these law enforcement responsibilities should be undertaken by a service suitably equipped and modelled on the Coast Guards of advanced nations like USA, UK etc leaving the Navy to exercise the fleet for its wartime role.
A committee was, therefore, constituted in Sep 1974 with Mr KF Rustamji as its chairman to study the problem of seaborne smuggling and the question of setting up a Coast Guard type of organization. This committee recommended the setting up of a Coast Guard Service patterned on the Navy for general superintendence and policing of our seas in peace time under administrative cover of the Ministry of Defence. The Maritime Zones of India Act was passed on 25 Aug 1976. Under this Act, India claimed 2.01 million sq km of sea area in which she has the exclusive rights for exploration and exploitation of resources, both living and non-living at sea. Following this a Cabinet decision was taken by which an interim Coast Guard Organization came into being on 01 Feb 1977. The Coast Guard in its present shape was formally inaugurated on 18 Aug 1978 as an independent armed force of the union with the enactment of the Coast Guard Act 1978 by the Parliament with its motto as `VAYAM RAKSHAMAH; which means `WE PROTECT’.