Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 admit card on February 15 in online mode at its official website - joinindiancoastguard.gov.in. Candidates can download the admit card of Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 with their registration ID and date of birth. The online application form has been released on January 26 in online mode on the official website. As per the notification of Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020, the application form ends on February 02, 2020. Candidates between 18 to 22 years of age who have passed 10+2 with Maths and Science are eligible to appear for Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 General Duty posts. A scanned image of photograph and signature also needed to be upload in the online application of Navik 2020. Candidates can get their Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 admit card printed from February 15 to 22 in online mode. To know more about Indian Coast Guard Navik (GD) recruitment exam, candidates can go through this article.Latest: Indian Coast Guard Navik GD Admit Card Has Been Released - Download HereThe test is conducted at various centres in 19 cities across the country. Indian Coast Guard Navik recruitment exam comprises – written exam, physical fitness test and a medical examination. Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 GD exam is expected to be held on February 22, 2020. Candidates selected for this post have to undergo training at Indian Naval Ship (INS) Chilka.
Indian Coast Guard Navik
Name of the post
Indian Coast Guard Navik General Duty
Physical fitness test and Medical examination
Mode of exam
Dates (General Duty)
January 4, 2020
Online start application
January 26, 2020
Application end date
February 2, 2020
February 15 to 22, 2020 (Released)
February 22, 2020 (Tentative)
Candidates can download the admit card of Indian Coast Guard Navik from February 15 to 22, 2020 in online mode from the official website. To download Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 admit card, candidates have to use their registration number and date of birth. The admit card will contain details related to the candidate and the examination like name, application number, post applied, exam date and time, centre details etc. Candidates must download the admit card of Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 and bring it to the exam centre on the day of examination.
Visit the official website(joinindiancoastguard.gov.in/)
Put the registration number and login
The screen will then display the e-admit card
Cross-check and verify all the particulars
Check name, registration no., roll no., exam centre details, contact number, etc.
After verifying all details, download the PDF of the Indian Coast Guard 2020 Navik exam
Take 3 hard copies of the downloaded admit card with latest identical colour passport size photographs with Blue background pasted.
3 copies of pre-filled online e-admit card with latest photograph affixed.
2 copies of application form.
Class 10 pass certificate and mark sheet in original.
Class 12 pass certificate and mark sheet in original (aggregate marks shall be calculated as best / highest five including Physics & Mathematics as mandatory subject).
Candidates pursuing higher education can submit self attested photo copies of class 12 marks sheet and pass certificate. Candidates pursuing higher education are also
required to produce duly signed certificate by head of Registrar / Chancellor clearly indicating the list of original certificate held. Provisional pass certificate of class 12 will be accepted in case state boards are late in issue of original certificates, subject to production of original pass certificate at INS Chilka before induction in Indian Coast Guard.
Original Caste certificate (if applicable) of their respective state issued by
Tehsildar/Sub District Magistrate / District Magistrate.
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.
Permanent address and domicile of the candidate should be of the same place/state.
Proof of identity such as passport, driving license, aadhar card/ voter i-card, pan card, school/ college id-card or any other photo identity proof
Reserved category applicants availing age/percentage relaxation, either current or permanent address of online application should be same as the address mentioned in caste/category certificate (SC, ST & OBC)/Income certificate for EWSs (Economically Weaker Sections). In 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.
10 recent colour passport size photographs with blue background.
Note: Candidates who fail to present the above documents will not be allowed to sit in the written examination.
Candidates can fill the application form of Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 from January 26 to February 2, 2020 for the Ground Duty posts in online mode. Candidates must select the post of their choice and fill the basic details like name, father’s name, mother’s name, age etc. Candidates also have to upload a photograph and signature while filling up the form as per the specifications.
Before filling the application form, candidates must keep their photo and signature in prescribed specification for uploading in the application form of Indian Coast Guard Navik. The following table contains the dimensions in which the photo and sign has to be uploaded.
10 kb to 40 kb
10 kb to 30 kb
Go to the official website - joinindiancoastguard.gov.in
Select the post of Navik General Duty
Fill in the basic details like name, father’s name, mother’s name, email and phone number.
Also, put the exact percentage of marks obtained in class 12 and this should not be rounded off.
Select any one centre.
Candidates have to upload a photograph and signature in JPEG format. The size of the photograph and signature should not exceed 40 kb and 30 kb respectively.
Fill up all the star marked entries, all those are compulsory.
After filling up all the details, go through the form once again before clicking the submit button.
On successful submission of application, a unique application/registration number will appear. Candidates must note down this number for future reference.
Note: The candidate’s name, father’s name, mother’s name and date of birth should not differ from that on the class tenth certificate.
Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria of Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 to appear for the recruitment exam. Candidates must meet the eligibility criteria related to age, educational qualification, etc. The details related to the Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 eligibility criteria has been mentioned below.
18 to 22 years (born between August 1, 1998 to July 31, 2002)
OBC: 3 years
SC/ST: 5 years
Min 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 with Mathematics and Physics
5% to SC/ST and outstanding sports personnel
Hilly and tribal area candidates as per Central Govt orders
Proportionate to height and age
+/- 10% acceptable
Min expansion: 5cm
6/6 - Better eye
6/9 - Worse eye
Candidates using glasses are NOT eligible
Certain concessions to tribal area communities as per GOI
Age Limit for Indian Coast Guard Navik - 18 to 22 years
Candidates applying for General Duty (GD) and Domestic Branch (DB) must be between 18 to 22 years of age. However, candidates belonging to the reserved categories have been given certain age relaxation.
Up to 25 years
Up to 27 years
Navik (General Duty)
Must have passed 10+2 with 50% and a minimum aggregate of 50% in Mathematics and Physics from a recognized education board.
Navik (Domestic Branch)
Must have passed class 10th with an aggregate of 50% from a recognized education board.
While filling the application form, candidates have to select the exam centres of Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 as per their preference. Indian Coast Guard exam centres are the venues where the recruitment exam will be conducted. Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 exam will be held at multiple exam centres across 19 cities in Northern, North-East, East, West, and North-West zones of India.
Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana(other than NCR District’s) and Union Territory of Chandigarh, Jammu & Kashmir and Ladhak
Rajasthan (other than NCR district’s)
Delhi & NCR Region
Haryana NCR District– Faridabad, Gurgaon, Mewat, Rohtak, Sonepat, Rewari, Jhajjhar, Panipat, Palwal, Bhiwani and Mahendragarh
UP NCR District – Meerut, Ghaziabad, GautamBudh Nagar, Bulandshahr, Hapur and Baghpat
Rajasthan NCR District – Alwar and Bharatpur
Uttar Pradesh (other than NCR district’s)
Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya and Sikkim
Bihar and Jharkhand
South Tamil Nadu District – Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi,
Ramanathapuram, Virudhunagar, Theni, Madurai, Sivaganga, Pudukottai, Dindigul, Thanjavur, Thiruvarur, Nagapattinam and Karur
Rest of Tamil Nadu District and Union Territory of Puducherry
Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh
Kerala and Lakshadweep
Maharashtra, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Karnataka and Goa
North- West Zone
With the help of Indian Coast Guard 2020 Navik exam pattern, candidates can get an idea about the type of exam and number of subjects. According to Indian Coast Guard 2020 Navik exam pattern, the exam will consist of subjects like Physics, Basic Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning and General Knowledge and Current Affairs. The paper will be different for each post that is Navik GD and Navik DB. The objective questions for Navik GD and DB are given below:
Before preparing for the exam, candidates must go through the syllabus of Indian Coast Guard Navik and make their preparation plan accordingly. Each topic in Indian Coast Guard Navik syllabus is important and must not be ignored by the candidates. Candidates can check below the topics form Indian Coast Guard Navik syllabus in the table.
Physical World and Measurement
Laws of Motion
Energy and Power
Fluids and Solids
Magnetic effect of Current and Magnetism
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current
Dual Nature of Matter and Radiations
Principles of Communication
Metals and Non-Metals
Liquid and Gaseous
Relations and Functions
Sequences and Series
Permutations and Combinations
Sets and Set Theory
Limits and Continuity
Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning
Punched hole/pattern folding and unfolding
Similarities and Differences
Topics to cover in English
Correction of Sentences
Active and Passive Voice
Direct and Indirect Sentences
Substituting Phrasal verbs for expression
Synonyms and Antonyms
Use of Adjective
General Knowledge and Current Affairs
Culture and Religion
Current events, History, Geography, Economics
Indian Constitution, Environmental Studies, Health and Hygiene
Sports, literature and science
Aspirants of Indian Coast Guard Navik (GD) 2020 have to go through three stages of recruitment.
Physical Fitness Test (PFT)
Fitness in Medical examination
Written Exam - Candidates will be shortlisted for the written test on the basis of the higher percentage of marks obtained in class 10th and 12th respectively.
Physical Fitness Test And Medical Examination- Candidates who qualify the written test have to go for a Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and initial medical examination. The medical examination will be conducted by authorized Military Doctors as per medical standard prescribed. The whole process will take up to 2 days.
The PFT consists of the following standards:
Candidates can check their Indian Coast Guard Navik 2020 result in the form of PDF at the official website. Shortlisted candidates will have to appear for the final medical examination at INS Chilka. All the final shortlisted candidates will be eligible to undergo training programme conducted by the exam conducting body.
157 cm (Minimum)
Proportionate to height and weight
6/6 better eye and 6/9 worse eye. Candidates using glasses are not eligible.
Permanent body tattoos are not permitted. However, concessions are given to candidates belonging to tribal areas
Candidates are trained at INS Chilka for 24 weeks.
The basic training will commence followed by sea and professional training.
Also, Navik has to go through afloat training for 3 months followed by Cadre training.
The training period will depend upon the cadre and may vary from 4-6 months.
Candidates will be trained at INS Chilka for 15 weeks.
Also, they have to undergo the basic sea and professional training followed by afloat training for 3 months and 6 months branch training at INS Hamla in Mumbai.
On joining the Indian coast guard, candidates will be given basic pay of Rs. 21700/-. They will also be given Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on the place of posting and duty as per the rules and regulation.
Monthly: Rs. 5,200 - 20,000
Grade Pay: Rs. Rs. 1,900
Monthly: Rs. 5,200 - 20,200
Grade Pay: Rs. 2,200
Monthly: Rs. 5000-20,200
Grade Pay: Rs. 2,800
Monthly: Rs. 9,300- 34,800
Grade Pay: Rs. 4,200
Grade Pay: Rs. 4,600
Free ration and clothing
Free medical treatment (for dependent parents and family too)
Government accomodation for family on a nominal license fee
Canteen and loan facilities
8 casual leaves and 45 earned leave every year
Contributory pension scheme and gratuity on retirement
Medical services even after retirement
Indian Coast Guard, Selection Board, B wing (5th floor), C Block, Phase-2, Industrial Area, Sector-62, Near Indus Valley Public School, Gautam Budh Nagar, Noida, UP-201 309.
Coast Guard Regional Headquarters (West), Worli Sea Face PO, Worli Colony, Mumbai – 30.
+91-22- 24371932 / 24370491
Indian Coast Guard Dist HQs No-5, GM Pettai Road, Royapuram, Chennai- 13.
+91-44-23460447 / 23460450
Coast Guard Regional Headquarters (North East)
Synthesis Business Park, 6th floor shrachi Building, New Town Rajarhat, Kolkata - 700 157.
No application fee for Indian Coast Guard Navik (GD).
Result of Indian Coast Guard recruitment and other related information like dates for physical fitness test and medical will be notified in the website in due course of time.
No. You can neither change the exam centre for Indian Coast Guard recruitment once you submit the application nor your request to change the allotted centre will be entertained.
No. Candidates are encouraged not to take any electronic gadgets with them to the examination centre of Indian Coast Guard recruitment.
The selection in Indian Coast Guard recruitment is fair and on merit basis. For complaints against persons acting as recruitment agents, they can report to
Director (Recruitment) Coast Guard HQs,
Candidates from open school are eligible to apply for the vacancies, provided their institutions are recognised by AICTE/GOI.
The navik officer in the Indian cost guard will be more effective if you have graduated . They will release the notification of the posts in the official website.
We have to aplla for that and train yourself for all the tests conducts in the examination
All the best
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