Indian Coast Guard Jobs 2013 – Apply Online for Yantrik Vacancies
Indian Coast Guard has issued notification against recruitment of Yantrik Vacancies from unmarried male Indian citizens. Eligible candidates apply through online from 04-02-2013 to 14-02-2013. For details regarding Age Limit, Educational Qualification, Selection Procedure, How to apply and other details are given below…
Indian Coast Guard Vacancy Details:
Names of Posts: Yantrik
1. Yantrik Technical (Mechanical)
2. Yantrik Technical (Electrical)
3. Yantrik Technical (Electronics)
Age Limit: Candidate should be born between 01-08-1991 to 31-07-1995. Age relaxations will be extended as per Govt. rules.
Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Matriculate and three years Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical/ Electronic Engg with 60% in aggregate from an education board recognized by Central/State Government. (5% relaxation in the above % for sports person of National level and wards of Coast Guard uniform personnel deceased while in service).
Selection Procedure: Eligible candidates will be selected on the basis of Written Test, Interview, PFT and Fitness in the Medical Examination.
How to Apply: Candidates must apply online through the website www.joincoastguard.org from 04-02-2013 to 14-02-2013.
Instructions for Online Application:
1. Log on to www.joincoastguard.org
2. Click on the ‘I Agree’ button and the ‘Online Application’ will be displayed.
3. Fill all the details in the Online Application form and click on ‘Submit’ button.
4. After Submission of application, candidates are required to take print two copies of the system generated application form.
5. Out of the two copies one copy enclosed with photocopies of all required documents duly attested by the Gazetted Officer should be carried by the candidate and submit at the recruitment centre as mentioned in the notification.
6. Second copy without any enclosure is to be kept with the candidate as an identity proof during the selection procedure.
Starting Date for Online Registration: 04-02-2013
Last Date for Online Registration: 14-02-2013
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’.