Assistant Commandant (Technical) – Male

Eligibility Criteria

Type of Entry Age Educational Qualification Medical Standard
Assistant Commandant Technical (Mechanical)

21-25 years

(5 Yrs relaxation for SC/ST and 3 Yrs for OBC)

(5 Yrs relaxation for personnel serving in Coast Guard)

(i) Should hold an Engineering degree of recognized university in Naval Architecture or Mechanical or Marine or Automotive or Mechatronics or Industrial and Production or Metallurgy or Design or Aeronautical or Aerospace with minimum 60% aggregate marks for General/OBC/EWS candidates and 55% aggregate for SC/ST candidates.

OR

Equivalent qualification in any of the above disciplines recognised by the Institutes of the Engineers (India) as exempted from section ‘A’ and ‘B’ and their associate membership examination (AMIE).

(ii) Mathematics and Physics as subject upto intermediate or class XII of 10+2+3 scheme of education or equivalent with minimum 55% aggregate marks in Mathematics and Physics. The candidates who have completed graduation after diploma, are also eligible, provided they should possess an aggregate of 55% marks in diploma with physics and mathematics in its curriculum.

(a) Height: 157 cms minimum.

(b) Weight: Proportionate to the height and age.
.( + 10% acceptable)

(c) Chest: well proportionate, minimum 5 cms expansion

(d) Eye Sight:
6/36 6/36 – Uncorrected without glass.
6/6 6/6 – Corrected with glass.

Assistant Commandant Technical (Electrical/Electronics) 21-25 years

(5 Yrs relaxation for SC/ST and 3 Yrs for OBC)

(5 Yrs relaxation for personnel serving in Coast Guard)

(i) Should hold an Engineering degree of recognised university in Electrical or Electronics or Telecommunication or Instrumentation or Instrumentation and Control or Electronics and Communication or Power Engineering or Power Electronics with minimum 60% aggregate marks for General/OBC/EWS candidates and 55% aggregate for SC/ST candidates.

OR

Equivalent qualification in any of the above disciplines recognised by the Institutes of the Engineers (India) as exempted from section ‘A’ and ‘B’ and their associate membership examination (AMIE).

(ii) Mathematics and Physics as subject upto intermediate or class XII of 10+2+3 scheme of education or equivalent with minimum 55% aggregate marks in Mathematics and Physics.The candidates who have completed graduation after diploma, are also eligible, provided they should possess an aggregate of 55% marks in diploma with physics and mathematics in its curriculum.

(a) Height: 157 cms minimum.

(b) Weight: Proportionate to the height and age.
( + 10% acceptable)

(c) Chest: well proportionate, minimum 5 cms expansion

(d) Eye Sight:
6/36 6/36 – Uncorrected without glass.
6/6 6/6 – Corrected with glass.

Note:

  1. Candidates appeared in the final year or final semester exam and awaiting result are allowed to apply provided that they should not have any present back papers. Such candidates should be able to submit provisional or original degree certificate issued by the University only at the time of final selection board.

  2. In case the candidates are awarded grades/ CGPA instead of marks, the conversion of grades/ CGPA to percentage of marks would be based on the procedure certified by the University from where they have obtained the degree.

  3. Candidates withdrawn on disciplinary grounds from any other service training academy are not eligible to appear.

  4. Candidates should not have been arrested, convicted or prosecuted on criminal charges.

  5. If there is no vacancy for SC/ ST/ OBC (Non-creamy)/ EWS category candidates, in such case, reserved category candidates can still apply as unreserved, however, they will not be eligible for any age and passing marks concession/relaxation. SC/ST candidates will only be exempted from payment of application fee.

Syllabus For Section I

Section No. Section Topic
Section 1 English Comprehension, Usage of Words, Sentence completion / Corrections, Punctuations, Grammar, Vocabulary, Antonyms and Synonyms, Parts of Speech, Direct and Indirect Speech, Idioms and Phrases, Active and Passive Voice.etc (Question paper will be designed to test the candidates understanding of English and workmanlike use of Grammar)
Section 2 Reasoning and Numerical Ability Spatial, Numerical, Reasoning and Associative Ability, Sequences, Spellings, Unscrambling, Coding and Decoding, Missing Numbers / Series Completion, Decimal Fraction, Ratios and Proportion, Average and Volume, Time and Work, Speed and Distance, Market Price, Cash Price, Expenditure Problems, Profit and Loss, Percentage, Factoring (LCM and HCF), Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Mensuration Formulas (Calculation of length, breadth or height of square, rectangle, cube etc)
Section 3 General Science and Mathematical Aptitude Nature of Matter, Universe, Electricity and its Applications, Force and Gravitation, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Heat, Temperature, Light, Current, Magnetism, Metals and Non Metals, Measurements, Sound and Wave Motion, Atomic Structure, Chemistry – Carbon and its Compounds, Periodic Table, Acids, Bases & Salts, Food, Nutrition and Health Physiology and Human Diseases and Basic Computer Science Arithmetic Ability, Number Systems, Algebra, Basic Trigonometry, Geometry, Statistics, Probability and Set Theory.
Section 4 General Knowledge History of India, Geography, Climate / Environment, Civics – Constitution of India, Art, Culture, Dance, Heritage, Religion, Freedom Movement, Important National Facts, Economics, Politics, Sports and Championships, Entertainment, Books and Authors, Awards, Defence and Wars, Geographical Neighbours, Countries – Languages, Capitals, Currencies, Common Name, Full Forms, Abbreviations, Eminent Personalities, National – Bird/ Animal/ Monuments/ Flower/ Anthem/ Sport/ Flag/ Emblem etc, Discoveries and Current Affairs.

Syllabus For Section II

Syllabus for Mechanical Engineering
1. Fundamental Engineering (a) Engineering Mathematics Matrix Algebra, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, Theorems of integral calculus, Partial derivatives, Maxima and minima, Multiple integrals, Stokes, Gauss and Green’s theorems. First order differential equation (linear and nonlinear), Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations, Complex variables, Taylor’s and Laurent’ series, Sampling theorems, Mean, Median, Mode and Standard deviation, Random variables, Discrete and Continuous distributions, Fourier transform, Laplace transform, Ztransform.
(b) Engineering Physics Units for measurement, Description of Motion in One, Two and Three dimensions, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Electric Current, Magnetic Effect of Currents, Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents and Electromagnetic Waves, Ray Optics and Optical Instruments.
(c) Engineering Graphics / Engineering Drawing Principles of orthographic projections, projections of points, lines, planes and solids, Section of solids, Isometric views, Auto-CAD.
2. Specialized Branch topics (a) Engineering Mechanics Equations of equilibrium in space and its application; first and second moments of area; simple problems on friction; kinematics of particles for plane motion; elementary particle dynamics. Generalized Hooke’s law and its application; design problems on axial stress, shear stress and bearing stress; material properties for dynamic loading; bending shear and stresses in beams; determination of principle stresses and strains - analytical and graphical; material behaviour and design factors for dynamic load; design of circular shafts for bending and torsional load only; deflection of beam for statically determinate problems; theories of failure.
(b) Thermodynamics Basic concept of First –law and second law of Thermodynamics; concept of entropy and reversibility; availability and unavailability and irreversibility. Classification and properties of fluids; incompressible and compressible fluids flows; effect of Mach number and compressibility; continuity momentum and energy equations; normal and oblique shocks; one dimensional isentropic flow; flow or fluids in duct with frictions that transfer. Flow through fans, blowers and compressors; axial and centrifugal flow configuration; design of fans and compressors
(c) Theory of Machines Kinematic and dynamic analysis of plane mechanisms. Cams, Gears and epicyclic gear trains, flywheels, governors, balancing of rigid rotors, balancing of single and multicylinder engines, linear vibration analysis of mechanical systems (single degree of freedom), Critical speeds and whirling of shafts. flywheels, balancing of rotors and reciprocating machinery, balancing machines, governors, free and forced vibration of damped and undamped single degree of freedom systems, isolation, whirling of shafts, gyroscope
(d) Fluid mechanics/Hydraulic Machines Fluid flow concepts - Transport theorem - Fluid kinematics - Potential flow - Governing equations of Fluid flow - Dimensional Analysis - Viscous flow - Boundary Layer flows - Turbulence - Closed conduit flows - Hydrodynamic lubrication - Free surface flow - Compressible flows, Hydraulic Turbines: Impulse and Reaction Turbines - Centrifugal and Axial flow pumps
(e) Manufacturing Science Foundry Technology, Melting furnaces, Special casting processes, Gating and riser design, Casting defects, Arc welding, TIG, MIG, submerged arc, resistance welding, Gas welding, Flash butt welding, Solid state welding, Welding metallurgy, Forming Technology, Powder metallurgy
(f) Materials Science Basic concepts on structure of solids; common ferrous and nonferrous materials and their applications; heat-treatment of steels; non-metals- plastics, ceramics, composite materials and nano-materials.
(g) Machine Drawing Development and Intersection of surfaces, Conventional representation of machine elements, materials, surface finish and tolerances - Sectional views and additional views - Drawing of Screw threads, locking devices, Fasteners, Keys and Cotters, Knuckle joints, Riveted Joints, Shaft Couplings and Bearings - Pipe Joints, Assembly and production drawings
3. Allied Engineering (a) Automotive Engineering Introduction, power plant, fuel system, electrical system and other electrical fittings, lubricating system and cooling systems, chassis and transmission, axles, clutches, propeller shafts and differential, Condition for correct steering, steering gear mechanisms, automotive air conditioning, Tyres, effect of working parameters on knocking, reduction of knocking; Forms of combustion chamber for SI and CI engines; rating of fuels; additives; emission.
(b) Power Plant Engineering Steam power plant, steam boilers, steam condensers, cooling towers, cogeneration and combined cycles, nuclear power plants, hydroelectric power plants, power plant economics.
(c) Industrial Engineering System design: factory location- simple OR models; plant layout - methods based; applications of engineering economic analysis and break- even analysis for product selection, process selection and capacity planning; predetermined time standards. System planning; forecasting methods based on regression and decomposition, design and balancing of multi model and stochastic assembly lines; inventory management – probabilistic inventory models for order time and order quantity determination; JIT systems; strategic sourcing; managing inter plant logistics.
(d) Flight Mechanics Atmosphere: Properties, standard atmosphere. Classification of aircraft. Airplane (fixed wing aircraft) configuration and various parts. Airplane performance: Pressure altitude; equivalent, calibrated, indicated air speeds; Primary flight instruments: Altimeter, ASI, VSI, Turn-bank indicator. Drag polar; takeoff and landing; steady climb & descent,-absolute and service ceiling; cruise, cruise climb, endurance or loiter; load factor, turning flight, V-n diagram; Winds: head, tail & cross winds. Static stability: Angle of attack, sideslip; roll, pitch & yaw controls; longitudinal stick fixed & free stability, horizontal tail position and size; directional stability
(e) Aircraft Structures Stress and Strain: Equations of equilibrium, constitutive law, straindisplacement relationship, compatibility equations, plane stress and strain, Airy’s stress function. Flight Vehicle Structures: Characteristics of aircraft structures and materials, torsion, bending and flexural shear. Flexural shear flow in thinwalled sections. Buckling. Failure theories. Loads on aircraft. Structural Dynamics: Free and forced vibration of discrete systems. Damping and resonance. Dynamics of continuous systems
(f) Aerodynamics Basic Fluid Mechanics: Incompressible irrotational flow, Helmholtz and Kelvin theorem, singularities and superposition, viscous flows, boundary layer on a flat plate. Airfoils and wings: Classification of airfoils, aerodynamic characteristics, high lift devices, KuttaJoukowski theorem; lift generation; thin airfoil theory; wing theory; induced drag; qualitative treatment of low aspect ratio wings. Viscous Flows: Flow separation, introduction to turbulence, transition, structure of a turbulent boundary layer. Compressible Flows: Dynamics and Thermodynamics of I-D flow, isentropic flow, normal shock, oblique shock.
Syllabus for Electrical & Electronics Engineering
1. Fundamental Engineering (a) Engineering Mathematics Matrix Algebra, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, Theorems of integral calculus, Partial derivatives, Maxima and minima, Multiple integrals, Stokes, Gauss and Green’s theorems. First order differential equation (linear and nonlinear), Cauchy’s and Euler’s equations, Complex variables, Taylor’s and Laurent’ series, Sampling theorems, Mean, Median, Mode and Standard deviation, Random variables, Discrete and Continuous distributions, Fourier transform, Laplace transform, Ztransform.
(b) Engineering Physics Units for measurement, Description of Motion in One, Two and Three dimensions, Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Heat and Thermodynamics, Electrostatics, Electric Current, Magnetic Effect of Currents, Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents and Electromagnetic Waves, Ray Optics and Optical Instruments.
(c) Engineering Drawing Projection of straight line, planes and solids, Intersection of surfaces, Isometric Projection, Sectional Views of solids, Full section, Introduction to ComputerAided Drafting
2. Specialized Branch topics (a) Analog and Digital Electronics Characteristics of diodes, BJT, FET, JFET and MOSFET, Amplifiers – biasing, equivalent circuit and frequency response, Oscillators and feedback amplifiers, Operational amplifiers – characteristics and applications, Simple active filters, VCOs and timers, Combinational and sequential logic circuits, Multiplexer, Schmitt trigger, Multi-vibrators, Sample and hold circuits, A/D and D/A converters, 8-bit microprocessor basics, architecture, programming and interfacing.
(b) Electrical Engineering Single phase transformer – equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, tests, regulation and efficiency, Three phase transformers – connections, parallel operation, Autotransformer; Energy conversion principles, DC machines – types, windings, generator characteristics, armature reaction and commutation, starting and speed control of motors, Single phase and Three phase induction motors – principles, types, performance characteristics, starting and speed control, Starting motors, Servo and stepper motors, Synchronous machines Generators – performance, regulation and parallel operation.
(c) Electronic Devices Energy bands in Silicon, Intrinsic and extrinsic Silicon, Carrier transport in Silicon – diffusion current, drift current, mobility, and resistivity. Generation and recombination of carriers, p-n junction diode, Zener diode, tunnel diode, BJT, JFET, MOS capacitor, MOSFET, LED, PIN and avalanche photo diode, Basics of LASER. Device technology – integrated circuits fabrication process, oxidation, diffusion, ion implantation, photolithography, n-tub, p-tub and twin-tub CMOS process.
(d) Control Engineering Application of open loop and closed loop systems, Principles of feedback, Determination of transfer function by block diagram reduction method, Time domain analysis of first and second order systems, transient and steady-state errors, damping and oscillations, Routh and Nyquist techniques, Bode plots, Root loci, Lag, lead and lead-lag compensation, State space model, State transition matrix, Controllability and observability.
(e) Telecommunication Systems Random signals and noise – probability, random variables, probability density function, autocorrelation, power spectral density. Analog communication – amplitude and angle modulation and demodulation systems, spectral analysis of these operations, superheterodyne receivers, elements of hardware, realisations of analog communication systems, signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) calculations for AM and FM. Fundamentals of information theory and channel capacity theorem. Digital communication systems – Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), Differential Pulse Code Modulation (DPCM), Digital modulation schemes: amplitude, phase and frequency shift keying schemes (ASK, PSK, FSK), Matched filter receivers, Bandwidth consideration and probability of error calculations for these schemes. Basics of TDMA, FDMA and CDMA. Fundamentals of mobile communication. Fundamentals of optical fibre communication.
(f) Microwave Engineering Wave guides, Waveguide components, Klystrons, Travelling Wave Tubes, Magnetron, Microwave measurements, Introduction to microstrip lines, Microwave network analysis, Microwave semiconductor devices, Monolithic microwave integrated circuits.
(g) Antenna and Wave Propagation Antenna parameters, Radiation from a current element in free space, Reciprocity theorem, Resonant and non-resonant antenna, Effective length and aperture, gain, beamwidth, directivity, radiation resistance, efficiency, polarization, impedance and directional characteristics of antenna, antenna temperature. Phased array antenna, Mechanism of radio wave propagation, Reflection, refraction, interference and diffraction of radio waves. Theory of ground wave, space wave, sky wave and troposcatter propagation.
3. Allied Engineering Topics (a) Instrumentation Accuracy, precision and repeatability, Electronic instruments for measuring basic parameters, Theory of Oscilloscopes, Signal generators, Signal analysers, Characteristics and construction of transducers.
(b) Computer Networks ISO/OSI stack, LAN technologies (Ethernet, Token ring), Flow and error control techniques, Congestion control, TCP/UDP and sockets, IPv4, Application layer protocols (icmp, dns, smtp, pop, ftp, http); Basic concepts of hubs, switches, gateways, and routers.
(c) Network Theory Design Thevenin’s, Norton’s, Reciprocity, Superposition, Compensation, Miller’s, Tellegen’s and Maximum power transfer theorems. Impulse, step, ramp and sinusoidal response analysis of first order and second order circuits. Two port parameters and their interrelations, Application of Laplace transform and Fourier series in the context of network analysis, Network synthesis.
(d) Switching Theory Traffic definitions, Introduction to switching networks, classification of switching systems. Grade of Service, Basics of Circuit switching and packet switching.
(e) Information Technology Fundamentals of operating system, RDBMS terminologies, Object Oriented Programming, Basics of computer graphics.
(f) Radar Theory Radar range equation, Frequencies of operation, fundamentals of Moving Target Indicator (MTI), Pulse Doppler Radar, Tracking radar.

Selection Procedure

The selection of Assistant Commandant (Technical) is based on all India order of merit on the performance of candidate in various stages (I-V) of CGCAT and the number of vacancies available for the post. All Candidates will be subjected for biometric, photo and document verification during various stages of recruitment. The candidate can apply for a single post only in one recruitment cycle.

(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)


(1) Stage-I (Screening Test)

(a)  Candidates applying for Assistant Commandant (Technical) will give section II/III for screening test (depending upon the branch opted), which will be a computer based examination consisting of 100 questions (4 marks for each correct answer). Section II/III examination will be conducted on PAN India basis for a duration of two hours. Section II/III is divided into five sub sections consist of English, Reasoning & Numerical Ability, General Science & Mathematical aptitude, General Knowledge and Mechanical/ Electrical & Electronics. The subjects, distribution of marks and minimum passing marks required for Section-II/III is described below:-

Section Subsection Duration
Subjects No of Questions (100 per section) Total Marks (200 per section) Passing Marks

Section II

(for Mechanical entry)
A: English 10 40 200(UR/EWS/OBC)
180(SC/ST)

80(UR/EWS/OBC)
72(SC/ST)
(for sub section A to D)
2 Hrs
B: Reasoning & Numerical Ability 10 40
C: General Science & Mathematical aptitude 10 40
D: General Knowledge 10 40
E: Mechanical 60 240 120(UR/EWS/OBC)
108(SC/ST)
(for sub section E)
Total 100 400

Section III

(for Electrical & Electronics entry)
A: English 10 40 200(UR/EWS/OBC)
180(SC/ST)

80(UR/EWS/OBC)
72(SC/ST)
(for sub section A to D)
2 Hrs
B: Reasoning & Numerical Ability 10 40
C: General Science & Mathematical aptitude 10 40
D: General Knowledge 10 40
E: Electrical & Electronics 60 240 120(UR/EWS/OBC)
108(SC/ST)
(for sub section E)
Total 100 400
Note:
  1. Paper will be in English.
  2. Marking scheme will be is as follows:
    1. Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer.
    2. One mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
    3. No marks for unattempted questions.



(2) Stage-II ( Preliminary Selection Board)

Candidates shortlisted through CGCAT undergo PSB testing conducted for a day at NOIDA, Mumbai/Goa, Chennai and Kolkata centres. Candidates will be screened through Computerised Cognitive Battery Test (CCBT) and Picture Perception and Discussion Test (PP & DT). Based on grading of CCBT and PP&DT combined the candidates are recommended by the board of assessors (IO, GTO and TO) for Final Selection Board (FSB).


(3) Stage-III ( Final Selection Board)

FSB is conducted at the only Coast Guard Selection Board (CGSB) located at NOIDA and spans over five days. It is same as Selection Board of other services. The candidates are subjected to Psychological Test (Thematic Apperception Test, Word Association Test, Situation Reaction Test and Self-Description), Group Tasks (Group Discussion, Lecturette, Group Planning Exercise, outdoor Group Tasks) and Interview. Board conference is held on last day and thereafter, recommended candidates are sent for initial medical Examination.


(4) Stage-IV (Medical Examination)

(a)   The candidates recommended by the FSB board/ clear stage-III will undergo a special medical examination by a Board of service medical officers at Base Hospital, New Delhi. It takes 4 to 5 days’ time to complete the special medical board (SMB). Only those candidates, who are declared fit by the SMB, will be considered for merit. Candidates declared unfit by the SMB have the liberty to undergo appeal medical board (AMB). Click here for Medical/Physical Standards acceptable in ICG.

Appeal Medical Board (AMB)

The Appeal Medical Board will be held at one of the following hospitals :-

  1. Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt.
  2. Command Hospital, Southern Command, Pune.
  3. Command Hospital, Eastern Command, Kolkata.
  4. Command Hospital, Central Command, Lucknow.
  5. Command Hospital, Western Command, Chandimandir.
  6. Command Hospital, Air Force, Bangalore.
  7. Command Hospital, Northern Command, Udhampur.
  8. INHS, Ashvini, Mumbai.

The candidates will report for medical examination within the stipulated period i.e., 42 days from the date last examined by the Special Medical Board for re-examination along with the receipted copy of the e-MRO of Rupees 40/- as directed by the President Medical Board.

Review Medical Board (RMB)

In case of candidate being declared unfit by the Appeal Medical Board, he/she may challenge the proceedings and may be granted review of medical proceedings based on the merit of the case. Any candidate desiring for a review should address the request to Director General {for Principal Directorate (Recruitment)} Indian Coast Guard with a copy to the President of Appeal Medical Board within one day of the holding of Appeal Medical Board. The application for RMB are routed to DG AFMS through DMS, CGHQ. The decision for grant of RMB is with DG AFMS, and is not a matter of right. RMBs are conducted at R&R Hospital Delhi Cantt and AFMC, Pune.

Decision of RMB will be final. No further appeal will be accepted.


(5) Stage-V (Induction)

All India Merit list will be based on combined marks of stage I (40% weightage) & FSB (60% weightage). The candidates as per select list are required to report at INA Ezhimala for 22 weeks of Naval Orientation Course (NOC).

Medical Standards

These standards are laid down to assess the fitness of a candidate for selection of Assistant Commandant (Tech) in ICG.

1. Height, Weight And Chest

(a) Height
Only male candidate can apply for this post and minimum height required for entry into Indian Coast Guard for male candidate is 157 cm
Note:
(i) Height standards may be reduced by 05 cm below 157 cms in the case of Gorkhas, Nepalese, Assamese(including those from Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya,Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Garhwal, Sikkim, local tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands)
(ii) And upto 2 cm in case of candidates from Lakshadweep.

(b) Weight
The minimum acceptable weight that candidate of a particular age and height must have is tabulated below. These weights are based on BMI.

Table 1. - Height / Weight standards for male candidate (in kgs)

Height in Cms AGE IN YEARS
16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40
152 44 45 46 47 48 48 49 49 50 50 50 51 51
155 45 46 47 49 50 50 51 51 52 52 52 53 53
157 46 47 49 50 51 51 52 53 53 53 54 54 55
160 47 48 50 51 52 53 53 54 54 56 56 56 57
162 48 50 52 53 54 54 55 55 56 56 57 57 58
165 50 52 53 55 56 56 57 57 58 58 58 59 59
168 52 53 55 57 58 58 58 59 59 60 60 61 61
170 53 55 57 58 59 60 60 61 61 62 62 62 63
173 55 57 59 60 61 62 62 62 63 64 64 65 65
175 57 59 61 62 62 63 64 64 65 66 67 67 67
178 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 67 68 69 69 70
180 61 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 71 72 72
183 63 65 67 67 68 70 71 72 72 73 74 75 75
185 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 77 78
188 68 70 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 81
190 70 72 73 74 76 78 79 80 81 82 82 83 84
193 72 74 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87
195 75 77 78 79 81 82 83 85 86 87 88 89 90
Note:
(i) The weight of any candidate should not however vary from the average by more than 10% of ideal weight.
(ii) Certain athletic individuals like wrestlers or bodybuilders may exceed the prescribed weight limit because of bigger muscle mass. In such individuals, assessment will be made of subcutaneous fat. For this purpose skin fold thickness of more than 23mm in males and 30mm infemales(sub scapular) will be taken as indicative of obesity. If there is no excess of adipose tissue, such individuals will be considered fit. However in doubtful cases the opinion of Medical Specialist must be sought.

(c) Chest
(i) Should be well proportioned without deformity of chest, congenital or acquired.
(ii) Expansion not less than 5 cms.
(iii) Absence of significant gynaecomastia in males, bilateral or unilatera.

2. Eyes

Visual standard acceptable for Assistant Commandant various branches in ICG is as follows:-

Uncorrected without glass Corrected with glass Limit of Myopia Limit of Hypermetropia Binocular Vision Limit of Colour Perception
6/36
6/36
6/6
6/6
-3.5 +3.5

Note:

(a) Vision in either eye of the candidate is required upto the standard. His/her eyes are to be bright, clear and with no obvious squint or abnormality. Movements of eye balls should be full and free in all directions.

(b) Distant Vision - Candidates who do not qualify the distant vision standard (uncorrected without glass) will be declared unfit even if their other eye standards are within normal limits.

(c) Wearing of Spectacles - Spectacles are permitted. The glasses should not have a tint darker than A2 tint.

(d) Wearing of Contact Lenses - Contact lenses are permitted in all branches. However, the responsibility for their procurement, maintenance and for any complications resulting from their use, rests entirely on the individual. Exceptions are as (c) ibid.

(e) Muscle Balance -
(i) Limits of Heterophoria (distant) at 6 meters (latent squint) tested by Maddox Rod(provided convergence insufficiency and other symptoms are absent):
(aa) Eso and Exophoria not to exceed eight prism dioptres.
(ab) Hyperphoria not to exceed one prism dioptres.
(ii) Limits of heterophoria(near) at 30 cm by Maddox Wing:
(aa) Esophoria six prism dioptres.
(ab) Exophoria 16 prism dioptres.
(ac) Hyperphoria one prism dioptres.

(f) Ocular movements must be full in all directions and the pupils should react normally to light and accommodation. Manifest squint is a cause for rejection.

(g) Visual Fields - The Visual fields in each eye must be full as tested by confrontation method.

(h) Standard of colour Perception - As reflected in the table for each branch and to be tested by MLT at a distance of 6M (20 feet). Test by Ishihara/Tokyo Medical College Book Test with no error.

(i) Laser therapy for correction of Myopia is not acceptable.

(j) Standard for Night Vision Acuity(NVA) -
(i) Night vision is not to be tested as a routine. Candidate who complains of Night blindness are to be rejected.
(ii) Night Vision acuity is to be tested only if there is a history of congenital night blindness in the family or where there is a suspicion of night blindness in the candidate. In other cases, an assertion by the candidate (applicable only to candidates for GD branch) that neither he nor any of his family members suffers from congenital night blindness, will suffice.

(k) Fundus and Media should be healthy with no evidence of degenerative and hereditary disorders.

(l) Other causes for Rejection -
(i) Chronic inflammation of eyelids and adnexa.
(ii) Xeropthalmia.
(ii) Pterygium.
(iv) Medial Opacities.
(v) Abnormal pupillary reactions.


3. Ear, Nose and Throat

(a) Ear
History of recurrent ear ache, tinnitus or vertigo, impairment of hearing, disease of the external meatus including atresia, exostosis or neoplasm which prevent a thorough examination of the drum, unhealed perforation of the tympanic membrane, aural discharge or sign of acute or chronic suppurative otitis media, evidence of radical or modified radical mastoid operation, are a cause for being unfit.
Note:
(i) A candidate should be able to hear forced whisper at a distance of 610 cms with each ear separately with back to the examiner.
(ii) Even though when the ear is healthy, the tympanic membrane is intact and freely mobile, and there is no defective hearing on audiometry, but if the candidate has undergone a cortical mastoid operation, a successful myringoplasty or tympanoplasty, the candidate is to be rejected.


(b) Nose
Disease of the bones or cartilages of the nose, marked nasal allergy, nasal polyps, atrophic rhinitis, disease of the accessory Sinuses and nasopharynx are causes for rejection.
Note:
Simple nasal deformity not causing disfigurement, minor simple deviation not interfering with nasal airway and small traumatic septal perforation which is asymptomatic are acceptable.

(c) Throat
Disease of throat, palate, tongue, tonsils, gums and disease or injury affecting the normal function of either mandibular joints should be absent.
Note:
Simple hypertrophy of the tonsils without associated history of attacks of tonsillitis is acceptable.

(d) Disease of the larynx and impediment of speech should be absent
Note:
Voice should be normal. Candidates with pronounced stammer will not be accepted.

4. Neck

(a) Disease of the thyroid gland is a cause for rejection.
(b) Enlarged glands, tubercular or due to other diseases in the neck or other parts of the body are a cause for rejection.

Note:
Scars of operations for the removal of tubercular glands are not a cause for rejection provided there has been no active disease within the preceding five years and the chest is clinically and radiologically clear.

5. Skin and Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)

A candidate should not have:-

(a) Skin disease unless temporary or trivial.
(b) Scars which by their extent or position cause or are likely to cause disability or marked disfigurement.
(c) Hyperhydrosis palmar, plantar, or axillary.
(d) Congenital, active or latent sexually transmitted diseases.

Note:
In cases with old healed scar over the groin or penis suggestive of past STD, Blood will be tested for STD(Including HIV) to exclude latent sexually transmitted diseases.

6. Respiratory System

A candidate should not have:-

(a) History of chronic cough or bronchial asthma are cause for rejection.
(b) Evidence of pulmonary tuberculosis is a cause for rejection.
(c) Evidence of diseases of bronchi, lungs or pleurae detected on radiological examination of the chest will disqualify the candidate.


7. Cardio-Vascular System

A candidate should not have:-

(a) Functional or organic disease of the heart or blood vessels, presence of murmurs or clicks on auscultation.
(b) Tachycardia (Pulse Rate persistently over 96/min at rest), bradycardia (Pulse Rate persistently below 40/min at rest), any abnormality of peripheral pulses.
(c) Blood pressure exceeding 140mm Hg systolic or 90 mmHg diastolic.


8. Abdomen

A candidate should not have:-

(a) Evidence of any disease of the gastro-intestinal tract. Enlargement of liver, gall bladder or spleen, tenderness on abdominal palpation, evidence/history of extensive abdominal surgery.
(b) Fistula in ano, anal fissure, or hemorrhoids, unless satisfactory treatment has been carried out.
(c) Inguinal or any other hernia or tendency thereto.

Note:

Those who have been operated for hernia/hydrocele, varicose-veins, vericocele may be declared fit provided:

(i) Six months have elapsed since the operation for hernia and six weeks for other operations. Documentary proof to this effect is to be produced by the candidate.
(ii) General tone of the abdominal musculature is good.
(iii) There is no recurrence of hernia or any other complication connected with the operation.


9. Genito-urinary system

A candidate should not have:-

(a) Any evidence of defect/disease of genital organ, hydrocele, varicocele.
(b) Disease or malformation of the kidneys or urethra.
(c) Incontinence of Urine, nocturnal enuresis.
(d) Any abnormality on examination of urine including albuminuria or glycosuria.
(e) Bilateral undescended testis, Unilateral undescended testis, retained in the inguinal canal or at the external abdominal ring unless corrected by operation.

Note:

Absence of one testis is not a cause for rejection unless the testis has been removed on account of disease or its absence has affected the physical or mental health of the candidate.


10. Central Nervous System

(a) Organic disease of Central Nervous System is not acceptable.
(b) Tremors, not acceptable.
(c) Candidates with history of fits or recurrent attacks of headache/migraine will not be accepted.


11. Psychiatric Disorders

History or evidence of mental disease or nervous instability in the candidate or his family not acceptable.


12. Dental Condition

It should be ensured that a sufficient number of natural and sound teeth are present for efficient mastication. Teeth not considered necessary for efficient mastication are allotted one point each, and those essential two points each.

(a) Dental points less than 14 are a cause for rejection. A candidate must have a minimum of 14 dental points to be acceptable in order to assess the dental condition of an individual, points are allotted as under for teeth in good apposition with corresponding teeth in either jaw.

(i) Central incisor, lateral incisor, canine, 1stPremolar, 2nd Premolar and under developed third molar- one point each.
(ii) 1st molar, 2nd molar and fully developed 3rdmolar - 2 points each.
(ii) When all 32 teeth are present, there will be a total count of 22 or 20 points according to whether the third molars are fully developed or not.

(b) The following teeth in good functional apposition must be present in each jaw:

(i) Any 4 of the anteriors.
(ii) Any 6 of the 10 posteriors.
(iii) All teeth must be sound/repairable.

(c) Candidates suffering from severe pyorrhoea will be rejected. When the state of pyorrhoea is such that in the opinion of the dental officer, it can be cured without extraction of teeth, the candidates may be accepted. A note about the affected teeth is to be inserted by the dental officer in the medical documents(AFMSF-2A).
(d) Artificial dentures are a cause for rejection, however ex-servicemen, deputationists, and those seconded from other Government departments having well fitted dentures may be accepted except divers.


13. Major Defects for Rejection are as under

(a) Weak constitution, imperfect development, congenital malformation, muscle wasting.

Note:

Wasting is to be judged entirely by its effect on function.

(b) Malformation of the head including deformity from fracture or depression of the bones of the skull.
(c) Disease or abnormal curvature of the spine. Scoliosis more than 10 by Cobb's method in less than 25 years of age, and 15 in more than 25 years of age. X-Ray of spine may be done on the advice of the appropriate specialist.
(d) Skeletal deformity either hereditary or acquired, and disease or impairment of function of bones or joints.

Note:

Rudimentary cervical rib causing no signs or symptoms is acceptable.

(e) Asymmetry of torso or limbs, abnormality of locomotion including amputation.
(f) Deformity of feet and toes.


14. Acceptable Defects on Entry

Candidates for the Coast Guard with the following minor defects may be accepted. These defects are however to be noted in the medical forms on entry.

(a) Knock knees with a separation of less than 5 cm at the internal malleoli.
(b) Mild curvature of legs not affecting walking or running Intercondylar distance should not be over 7 cm.
(c) Mild hammer toe and minor degree of hallux valgus.
(d) Flexible flat feet with no significant history of pain.
(e) Healed perforation of the ear drum without any discontinuity is acceptable, provided the hearing is normal.
(f) Mild stammering not affecting expression.
(g) Mild degree of varicocele.
(h) Mild degree of varicose veins.
(j) The carrying angle of elbow should not be more than10 degrees for male candidate and 15 degrees for female candidates.

Note:

Remedial operations where ever required are to be performed prior to entry. No guarantee is given of ultimate acceptance and it should be clearly understood by a candidate that the decision whether an operation is desirable or necessary is one to be made by his/her private medical advisor, The Government will accept no liability regarding the result of operation or any expenses incurred.

(k) Any other slight defect which produces no functional disability and which in the opinion of the medical officer/medical board will not interfere with the individuals efficiency as an officer or enrolled personnel.

Recruitment Cycle

The recruitment of Assistant Commandant will be conducted twice in a year for Batch commencing at Indian Naval Academy during the month Jun & Dec. The exact schedule of recruitment shall be decided by the Coast Guard Headquarters keeping in view the training schedule and other administrative requirements. However, the tentative schedule for two cycles is as follows:-


Event CGCAT 1st Batch CGCAT 2nd Batch
Publication of Advertisement Jan/Feb Jun/Jul
Registration As per advertisement As per advertisement
Download Admit Card As per advertisement As per advertisement
Stage-I Online exam (Screening test) As per advertisement As per advertisement
Stage-II (PSB) Jun Jan
Stage-III (FSB) Jul-Oct Feb-May
Stage-IV (Medicals) Jul-Dec Feb-Jun
Issue of Appointment Letter Dec Jun
Induction at INA End Dec End Jun

Note:
The advertisement for the above recruitment cycle is generally published as follows:

  1. First Batch Cycle- Jan/Feb
  2. Second Batch Cycle- Jun/Jul

Training

The basic training for Assistant Commandant (Technical) will be conducted at Indian Naval academy followed by ab-initio training at various training establishments/ units/ ships of Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard.


Duration of Training

22 weeks

Training

Pay and Allowances


Rank Pay
Navik (Domestic Branch) Basic Pay Scale for Navik (DB) is 21700/- (Pay Level-3) plus Dearness Allowance and other allowances based on nature of duty/place of posting as per the prevailing regulation.

Note: Pay and Allowances are subject to change as per government directives issued from time to time.

Payment Options & Procedure


  1. Examination Fee: Examination fee of Rs. 250/- is to be paid by the candidate while registering for the online examination. The payment can be made by any one of the method mentioned below:-
    1. Pay through Credit/Debit Card (Master/Visa/Maestro), Net banking: Candidate can pay online using any Credit/Debit Card (Master/Visa/Maestro). Additional charges are applicable for making payment through Net banking.
    2. Pay through Unified Payments Interface (UPI): Candidate can pay online using UPI by entering VPA.
  2. After successful payment, payment successful screen containing payment transaction details is shown. Payment confirmation message will be sent to candidate's registered mobile number and email id containing payment transaction details.
  3. If payment is deducted from your account and failure payment status is shown, then logout from your account and re-login into account. If still payment status is shown as "Payment is not received" then kindly check status of refund from your bank.
  4. Candidates are advised to make payment using their own bank account, in case of refund it will be refunded back to same account.
  5. Note:
    1. At any moment of time candidate can check his status of application as: E.g. submitted, under progress, Payment realization pending etc. by logging in through his registered e-mail ID and password and by clicking on Preview/Print Application Form button. On confirmation of successful payment, a duly filled application form along with unique registration number will be generated, which candidate is supposed to download and take a colour printout of same by clicking on Preview/Print Application Form button and carry it along with them, as and when if called for medical exam.
    2. In case the amount is debited from the account of the candidate and application submission is not successful, then the dispute has to be addressed suitably by C-DAC, Pune.
  6. Exemption of Examination Fee. The Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes are exempted for online recruitment examination fee per GoI guidelines.

Benefits

  1. Free ration and clothing as per the existing rules. Free medical treatment for self and family including dependent parents.
  2. Government accommodation for self & family on nominal license fee.
  3. 45 days Earned leave and 08 days Casual leave every year with Leave Travel Concession (LTC) for self, family and dependent parents as per Government rules.
  4. Contributory Pension Scheme and Gratuity on retirement.
  5. Canteen and various loan facilities.
  6. ECHS medical facilities after retirement.
  7. Insurance cover (on contribution) of Rs. 50 lakhs for Enrolled Personnel is applicable.

Note: Benefits are subject to change as per government directives issued from time to time.

Career Progression

Officer’s joining ICG as Assistant Commandant get optimum career progression opportunity for further promotion to the higher ranks. The rank structures and required minimum time period for promotion to next higher rank for Assistant Commandant (Technical) is as follows:


Rank Structure

Inspector General

Deputy Inspector General

Commandant

Commandant (JG)

Deputy Commandant

Assistant Commandant

Assistant Commandant (Under Probation)


Rank Minimum time period in one rank for promotion
Assistant Commandant (Under Probation) - Assistant Commandant 2 Yrs
Assistant Commandant - Deputy Commandant 6 Yrs
Deputy Commandant - Commandant (JG) 11 Yrs
Commandant (JG) - Commandant 15 Yrs
Commandant - Deputy Inspector General 20 Yrs
Deputy Inspector General - Inspector General 24 Yrs

Note: Promotion rules are subject to change as per government regulations in vogue.

Job Profile

Technical Officers (Mechanical and Electrical/Electronics) are responsible for operation of machinery and equipment of advanced technology on board Coast Guard vessels and aircraft, as well as on shore installations.

Job Profile Technical