Indian Coast Guard Yantrik 02/2020 Batch Online Form 2020

Indian Coast Guard Yantrik 02/2020 Batch Online Form 2020

Indian Coast Guard(ICG) Recruitment 2020: Indian Coast Guard recruitment has invited the notification for 37 posts of Yantrik. The procedure for Indian Coast Guard Yantrik Online application has started from 16th March and will be available up to 22nd March 2020, so those candidates who are interested in the vacancy and fulfill the eligibility criteria may apply for the post by applying online

To check the Eligibility, post details, application fee, how to apply online and other details are given below.

Name of the Post: Indian Coast Guard Yantrik 02/2020 Batch Online Form 2020

Post Date: 15-02-2020

Total Vacancy: 37

Indian Coast Guard(ICG) Yantrik Recruitment 2020 

Indian Coast Guard(ICG)

 Yantrik 02/2020 Batch

Important Dates
  • Starting Date to Apply Online: 16-03-2020
  • Last Date to Apply Online: 22-03-2020
  • The date for Exam: During April 2020
  • Date of Availability of Admit Card: 09 to 16-04-2020

Vacancy Details

Post Name Total
Yantrik Technical (Mechanical) 19
Yantrik Technical (Electrical) 03
Yantrik Technical (Electronics & Telecommunication) 15


 Category wise Vacancy Breakup of Indian Coast Guard Yantrik

Yantrik Technical (Mechanical)
8 1 6 2 2 19
Yantrik Technical (Electrical)
1 0 1 0 1 03
Yantrik Technical (Electronics and Telecommunication)
7 1 4 0 3 15


Educational Qualification

To get into the Indian Coast Guard as a Yantrik you need to have Matriculation or equivalent and Diploma in Electrical/ Mechanical/Electronics and Telecommunication (Radio/Power) Engineering approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) with 60% in aggregate. (5 % relaxation in above minimum cut off will be given for SC/ST candidates and outstanding sports person of National level who has obtained 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in any field sports events at the Open National Championship/ Interstate National Championship.

Medical Standards for Indian Coast Guard Yantrik

(a) Medical examination will be conducted by authorized military doctors as per the medical standard prescribed in current regulations applicable to Enrolled Personnel on entry.
(b) Height. Minimum height 157 cms. Reduction in height for candidates from hilly areas and tribal areas will be in accordance with the Central Govt. orders.
(c) Chest. Should be well proportioned. Minimum expansion 5 cms.

(d) Weight. Proportionate to height and age +10% acceptable.
(e) Hearing. Normal
(f) Fitness Level. No Cardio-vascular disease, surgical deformities like knock knee, flat feet, etc. infection of ears, no history of fits or psychiatric ailment, varicose vein, undergone corrective surgery for eyesight, etc. are not eligible.

(g) Visual Standards. 6/24 without glasses and 6/9 & 6/12 with glasses for Better Eye and Worse Eye respectively.
(h) Tattoo(s). Permanent body tattoos are not permitted on any part of the body. However, certain concessions are permitted to candidates belonging to tribal areas communities as declared by the Govt. of India. For other candidates, permanent body tattoos are only permitted on the inner face of forearms i.e. from inside of elbow to the wrist and on the reverse side of palm/back (dorsal) side of the hand. Details in this regard are available on the Indian Coast Guard Recruitment website
(j) Final Enrolment Medical Examination. Initial Medical Examination for recruitment will be considered only "Provisionally fit subject to fitness in the final medical examination." Final Medical Examination of all selected candidates will be done at INS Chilka. Candidates, who are NOT found medically fit in the final medical examination at INS Chilka, will NOT be enrolled for training. "An Appeal" is permitted for medically unfit candidates after the final enrolment medical examination at INS Chilka and will be given an opportunity to appeal against the findings if they so desire at INHS Kalyani, Visakhapatnam at his own expenses within a maximum period of 12 days or as decided by INS Chilka. 

Pay and Allowances of Indian Coast Guard Yantrik

Now, let's check the salary of a Yantrik of Indian Coast Guard.

On joining the Indian Coast Guard, you will be placed in Basic pay 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 regulations enforced time-to-time. 

Promotion Of Indian Coast Guard Yantrik

Promotion prospects exist up to the rank of Pradhan Sahayak Engineer with pay scale Rs. 47600/- plus Yantrik pay @ Rs. 6200/-with Dearness Allowance. Promotion to the next Rank and Officer cadre is subject to suitability and performance. 

How to Apply for Indian Coast Guard

(a) Applications will be accepted 'Online only' from 16 Mar 2020 to 22 Mar 2020 till 2359 Hrs Candidates to logon to and click on opportunities button. The important instructions for filling of online application are:-
(i) The name of the candidate, father/mother's name and date of birth should be mentioned as per the 10th class certificate.
(ii) Indicate the exact percentage of marks in diploma up to two decimals and this is not to be rounded off.
(iii) Filling up of information like personal e-mail ID and Mobile number of the candidate are compulsory.

(iv) Candidates to choose any one Centre out of the options displayed.
(b) To fill up the "Online" application, the candidates need to login to the Website and click on the opportunities button. Read the instructions carefully and proceed as given below:- 

(i) Select the advertisement for Yantrik 02/2020 Batch (Diploma in Electrical/Mechanical/Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering).
(ii) Select the post applied from any one of the following: -

(aa) Yantrik Technical (Mechanical).
 (ab) Yantrik Technical (Electrical).
 (ac) Yantrik Technical (Electronics and Telecommunication).
(iii) Read the instructions and click on the 'I Agree' button and the 'Online The application' will be displayed.
(iv) Proceed to fill up the application {All Star (*) marked entries are mandatory and to be filled}.
(v) On completion of filling application, check your filled details once again prior to clicking on the submit button. 

(vi) On successful submission of the online application, a unique Application/ Registration number will be provided to the candidate. Candidate must note down this application number for future reference and for retrieval/reprint of the e-admit card. Applicants to take a printout of the e-admit card through URL from 09 Apr to 16 Apr 2020 post shortlisting of the online application. For candidates not meeting the eligibility criteria, a “Rejection slip giving the cause of rejection with the application number” will be displayed. Shortlisting criteria will be based on a higher percentage of marks.
(vii) Candidates are required to bring three copies of the e-admit card having allotted roll numbers with the latest identical color passport size photographs with Blue background pasted and signed at the bottom of the e-admit card against space provided for the signature (PHOTOGRAPH SHALL NOT BE OLDER THAN ONE MONTH). Candidates shall keep one e-admit card ready along with original documents and photocopies of all required documents self-attested i.e. 10thclass pass certificate and mark sheet, Diploma certificate and Mark sheets of all semester, caste certificate wherever required and sports certificate shall be carried by the candidate(if applicable) and submitted at the examination center on the date of examination. Any candidate who does not carry all these documents at the time of examination shall not be permitted to appear in the examination.

Selection Procedure for Indian Coast Guard Yantrik


(a) Call up letters cum e-admit card for eligible shortlisted candidates indicating the date, time and place for the recruitment tests, which are scheduled during the month of April 2020 would be required to be downloaded from the internet site The call-up letters cum e-admit card will be tentatively uploaded on the website by the Second week of Apr 2020. No separate call up letters cum e-admit card will be issued. Candidates can be allotted any center view administrative reasons.
 (b) Short-listing criteria for applications will be based on a higher percentage of marks in the diploma. SC and ST candidates will be given due weightage while shortlisting.
 (c) The qualifying cut off percentage can be increased if more applications are received.
 (d) The written test will be objective type. The question paper will contain questions from their respective branch (Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics & Telecommunication) and will also include some questions of general knowledge, reasoning, aptitude & English.
 (e) Those who qualify written test will undergo Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and initial Medical Examination. The testing procedure will take 2-3 days.

 (f) Physical Fitness Test (PFT) will be conducted for all those who qualify in the written test. All candidates are advised to be in possession of sport rig i.e. Sport Shoe, T-shirt, Trouser, etc. Qualifying PFT as per the standards given below is compulsory. The PFT will include the following:-
(i) 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes.
(ii) 20 squat ups (Uthak Baithak).
(iii) 10 Push-ups. 

(g) Candidates who qualify the PFT will be required to undergo an initial recruitment medical examination at the respective recruitment center.
 (h) Based on the performance in the written examination, candidates will be shortlisted for medical examination in a ratio as may be decided by the Indian Coast Guard. Mere declaration of fit in the initial medical examination does not indicate selection for the said post. Further, the selected candidates will be subjected to the final medicals examination at INS Chilka.
 (j) The select list will be prepared from the candidates who qualify in all the tests, depending upon the available vacancies. The all India select list of candidates will be displayed in the Indian Coast Guard Website in the month of Jul 2020. 

List of Documents required for Indian Coast Guard Yantrik

Candidates are required to appear at the venue with the following original documents. Original educational certificates will be returned after verification. 

(a) Three copies of the pre-filled e-admit card.
(b) Two copies of the application form.
(c) The original mark sheet and passing certificates of 10th class.
 (d) Original mark sheet of all semesters and certificate of diploma.
(e) Proof of identity such as passport, driving license, voter ID-card, Aadhaar card, school/ college ID-card or any other photo identity proof.
(f) Original caste certificate (if applicable) of their respective state issued by Tehsildar/ SDM/DM.
(g) Original caste (if applicable)/ Income certificate for EWSs (Economically Weaker Sections) as per Govt. of India format (No other format will be entertained) available on ICG website.
(h) Photocopies of all required documents self-attested such as 10th class pass certificate and mark sheet, diploma certificate and mark sheets of all semester, caste certificate wherever required and sports certificate, etc.
(j) In case of reserved category applicants, availing age/percentage relaxation, either the current or permanent address of online application should be the same as the address mentioned in caste/category certificate (SC, ST & OBC)/Income certificate for EWSs (Economically Weaker Sections). Further, in the case of OBC, the category certificate should not be more than 3 financial Years old and for such cases renewed/fresh certificate to be produced shall be in original as per Govt. of India format (No other format will be entertained).
(k) Ten recent color passport size identical photographs with a blue background. 

About the Company:

The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is an armed force that protects India's maritime interests and enforces maritime law, with jurisdiction over the territorial waters of India, including its contiguous zone and exclusive economic zone. The Indian Coast Guard was formally established on 18 August 1978 by the Coast Guard Act, 1978 of the Parliament of India as an independent Armed force of India. It operates under the Ministry of Defence. The Coast Guard works in close cooperation with the Indian Navy, the Department of Fisheries, the Department of Revenue (Customs) and the Central and State police forces.

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