Indian Coast Guard Assistant Commandant Recruitment: Admit Cards to be out on 28 Dec
Aspirants must bring two copies of e-admit card and a recent identical photograph with blue background to the exam centre. Photograph should be clear and should not be older than three months
Indian Coast Guard is expected to release the Coast Guard AC admit cards for Batch 02/2022 tomorrow, 28 December. Aspirants, who have applied for the post of Assistant Commandant (Group ‘A’ Gazetted Officer), will be able to check and download their admit cards through ICG’s official website - https://joinindiancoastguard.gov.in
The online registration process for the recruitment exam was held from 6 to 17 December, 2021 and the written examination for the same is likely to be held in January, 2022.
Coast Guard AC Admit Card for Batch 02/2022: Here’s how to download
- Visit ICG’s official website - https://joinindiancoastguard.gov.in
- Search for the link that reads - ‘Assistant Commandant 02/2022 Batch’ admit card
- Click on it; log in by entering Roll Number and Registration ID
- Coast Guard AC Admit Card for Batch 02/22 will be displayed on the screen of your device
- Save and download the admit card; take a hard copy of it for further reference
Aspirants must bring two copies of e-admit card and a recent identical photograph with blue background to the exam centre. Photograph should be clear and should not be older than three months.
It is to be noted that applicants must report to the allotted exam centre at least 30 minutes before the exam.
The examination will include questions based on Cognitive Aptitude Test, Mental Ability Test and Picture Perception and Discussion Test. It is to be noted that aptitude tests will be held in English only. To know more details, applicants are advised to visit the official website.
The examination for Indian Coast Guard Recruitment for Batch 02/22 will be held in the following centres.
Goa - ICG Headquarters No-11, fourth Floor, MPT Old Building, Mormugao Harbour– 403803
Chennai - Coast Guard Store Depot, CG Complex, Royapuram GM Pettai Road – 600013
Kolkata - ICG Regional Headquarters (NE), Synthesis Business Park, sixth floor, Shrachi Building in New Town- 700161
Uttar Pradesh - ICG Selection Board, C-1, Sector-62, Noida – 201309
The six Offshore Patrol Vessels approved for the Coast Guard would be constructed by state-owned Goa Shipyard Limited.
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To be eligible for the post of Navik (DB), candidates should have passed Class 10 with 50 percent marks. However, a relaxation of five percent in minimum required marks will be provided to SC and ST candidates.
The Indian Coast Guard was inaugurated with just seven surface platforms in 1978. Since then, the organisation has increased its inventory to 156 ships and 62 aircraft.