Indian Coast Guard Recruitment of “Yantrik (02/2014 Batch)” Diploma(EEE, Mech) | Last Date : 17th Feb 2014

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The Indian Coast Guard inviting application for the post of Diploma Holders -Join As Yantrik – 02/2014 Batch

Qualification: Matriculate with three years Diploma in 60 % marks in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics Engg . Recognised by AICTE.

Age Limit: Born between 01 Aug 92 to 31st July 96 (Upper age relaxation of 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC candidates)

Physical Standard: Height: Minimum 157 cms. Chest: Should be well proportioned. Minimum expansion 5 cms. Weight: Proportionable to height and age + 10% acceptable. Eye Sight: 6/12 (Good Eye) and 6/24 (Bad Eye).

Selection Procedure : Written Test, Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and Fitness in the Medical Examinations.

How to apply

Candidate should apply On-line only. Last date for the receipt of applications is on 17th February 2014 . For detailed eligibility criteria and other details visit www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in



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(Ref: Mathrubhumi Thozhilvartha, Dated:01st February 2014)

About Indian Coast Guard:

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.

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