ASSISTANT COMMONDANT GD SSB
Indian Coast Guard is an excellent opportunity for those who want to join the Para-Military force and live a life full of adventure and fun. Indian Coast Guard announces its vacancies twice a year for the post of Assistant Commandant through which you can join the Indian Coast Guard as officer. The selection process of ICG is in many ways similar to the SSB Interview process but it differs at some points. Let us see what exactly is the process for the selection of Indian Coast Guard. The selection is conducted in four stages.
The selection of Assistant Commandant (GD) is based on an all India order of merit which is based on the performance of candidate in various stages (I – V) of examination (explained in detail below) and the number of vacancies available for the post. Clearing of Stage I, II, III, IV and V is compulsory for recruitment in ICG. All candidates will be compulsorily subjected to biometric, photo identification and document verification during various stages of examination. The candidate can apply for a single post only in one recruitment cycle. Various stages of CGCAT are as follows:-
(1) Stage-I (Screening Test)
(2) Stage-II ( Preliminary Selection Board)
(3) Stage-III ( Final Selection Board)
(4) Stage-IV (Medical examination)
(5) Stage-V (Induction)
Educational Qualification ?
- Graduation Degree in any Discipline is required, from a recognized University/Institute. Also, 10+2 Schooling with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects is also required.
- Minimum marks requirement in case of Graduation program is 60% marks. This requirement is relaxed by 5% marks in case of SC/ST candidates, NCC ‘C’ Certificate ‘A’ Grade Holders, National Level Sports person and wards of Indian Coast Guard personnel deceased while in service.
MODE OF SELECTION ?
- Short Listing of applications
- SSB Interview
- Preliminary Selection Board Interview
Vacancies & Age Limit
- Vacancies opens in the month of November & December every year
- 21 to 25 years (Maximum 5% relaxation in aggregate in the degree certificate for SC/ST candidates)