Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019
Indian Coast Guard Recruitment 2019 with list of all current vacancy details, online application forms and eligibility criteria. You can Join Indian Coast Guard as Officer in multiple branches including General Duty Branch, Technical branch, Short Service Appointment etc or as Sailor as Yantrik and Navik (General & Domestic Branches). You can get access to all recruitment notifications to join Indian Coast Guard here on this page. You can also access the current jobs and download required forms on the official website at www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in – Below is the complete list of all Indian Coast Guard recruitment for the current year where you can find information on how you can apply and register for various opportunities:
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Latest Indian Coast Guard Recruitment
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Career in Indian Coast Guard
General Duty Branch: The officers of all branches including GD branch undergo Naval Orientation Course at INA, Ezhimala in Kerala for 22 weeks. On successful completion, the GD officers are deputed for afloat training for 24 weeks which is followed by 16 weeks of phase II afloat training on CG ships at various locations. After this, the officers undergo Seamanship Board exam to assess their nautical skills. Those who qualify the board are deputed for technical courses at various training establishments for 43 weeks. Thereafter for watch keeping certificate, the officers are posted onboard CG ships for 06 months.
General Duty (P/N) Branch: The training of GD(P/N) branch officers is akin to GD officers until the award of Watchkeeping Certificate. After award of Watchkeeping certificate the Pilot Branch officers are called for Aviation Medicals at Delhi and deputed for flying training to Air Force Academy /Civil Flying Academy for 06 months of phase I. After this phase, the Pilots are bifurcated into fixed or rotary wing branches and accordingly deputed to Coast Guard Flying Training Squadron, Daman / Helicopter Training School (HTS), Rajali respectively. On successful completion the officers are awarded with “Wings”.
Technical Branch: The Technical Branch Officers on completion of Naval Orientation Course at INA, Ezhimala are deputed to INS Shivaji or INS Valsura for Engineering/ Electrical branches specialization course. The duration varies from 105-110 weeks of training & includes 24 weeks of Watch Keeping / Competency certificate training onboard a Coast Guard ship. On completion of this phase they are deputed for staff appointment. Selected technical officers are also deputed for Aviation Technical Courses as super-specialization after 04 Years of Service.
Short Service Appointment (Women): The short service women officers on completion of Naval Orientation Course at INA Ezhimala are deputed for various Technical courses at CG/Naval training establishments including 03 phases of on job training spread over a period of 70 weeks.
Short Service Appointment (CPL holders): The short service officers who are CPL holders on completion of Naval Orientation course at INA, Ezihmala are deputed for CG technical courses at CG Training establishment. Stream distribution is carried out at this stage and officers are deputed to CG Flying Training Squadron, Daman /Helicopter Training School (HTS), Rajali for Dornier/Helicopter training respectively for approximately 06 months duration.
SAILORS (Enrolled Personnel)
Yantrik: Yantriks (Diploma Holders) are trained at INS Chilka for 9 weeks. Yantriks thereafter are deputed to CG ships for afloat training for 03 months followed by Technical training at INS Shivaji / INS Valsura/NIAT (Naval Institute of Aviation Technology) / Ship Wright School spanning 90-100 weeks depending upon the branch.
Navik (General Duty): Navik (GD) (12th qualified) are trained at INS Chilka for 24 weeks. The GD Naviks post branch allocation at INS Chilka are deputed for afloat training for 03 months following by Cadre training. This training depends upon the cadre and varies from 4-6 months.
Navik (Domestic Branch): The Naviks (DB) undergo 15 weeks training at INS Chilka followed by 03 months afloat training and approximately 06 months branch training at INS Hamla at Mumbai.