Yantrik

Eligibility Criteria

Trade Age Educational Qualification
Yantriks (Technical Branch) 18-22 years (5 Years relaxation for SC/ST, if the posts are reserved for them and 3 Years for OBC, if the posts are reserved for them) Passed 10th class and Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics / Telecommunication (Radio/ Power).

Note:

  1. EWS candidates will not get any age relaxation.
  2. The Board for Class 10th and 12th must be recognised by Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE).
  3. Diploma must be recognised by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
  4. Even if there is no vacancy reserved for SC / ST / OBC (Non - Creamy) / EWS category candidates, such candidates can still apply. However, they will not be eligible for any age and passing marks concession / relaxation etc. SC / ST candidates are exempt from payment of application fee even in such case.

Medical Standards

Medical examination will be conducted by authorized Military Doctors as per medical standard prescribed under current regulations applicable to the EP of Indian Coast Guard on entry. The detailed guidelines for medical standards are laid down in CG Order 26/2002 and 04/2013. Physical traits include minimum height of 157 cm with proportionate body weight, depending on the age and height of the candidate. He should also have proportionate chest with minimum expansion capability of 05 cms. Candidate should possess good mental and physical health, should be free from any disease/ disability and have no cardio-vascular disease, surgical deformities like Knock-Knees, Flat-Foot. Candidate should not have a past history of fits or psychiatric ailments, Varicose-veins etc. He should not have any type of infection in the ears. Candidates are advised to get their ears cleaned for wax and tartar removed from teeth before appearing for the written test, which is followed by PFT and Medical examination. Candidate should possess Colour perception standard of CP II and Eyes Visual standards should meet the under mentioned prescribed standards for both the conditions that is with glasses and without glasses.

Visual Standards

Type of Entry Without Glasses With Glasses
Yantrik Better eye Worse eye Better eye Worse eye
6/24 6/24 6/9 6/12

Relaxation in Height

Minimum height permitted to a candidate for enrollment in the Indian Coast Guard is 157 cms. Tribal Candidates who pass written exam and PFT are to be granted relaxation in height as follows:-

Domicile of Candidate Min height standard after relaxation for induction/ recruitment into Indian Coast Guard as EP (in cms)
Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram,
Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh,
Manipur, Tripura, Garhwal,
Sikkim, local tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands
152
Lakshadweep 155

Tattoo

Permanent body tattoos are not permitted on any part of the body. However, certain concessions are permitted to candidates belonging to tribal areas communities as declared by the Govt. of India. For other candidates, permanent body tattoos are only permitted on inner face of forearms i.e. from inside of elbow to the wrist and on the reverse side of palm/back (dorsal) side of hand. Please click here for tattoo policy regarding recruitment.

Note:

Above Medical standards are subject to change as per government directives issued from time to time.

Section I

Sr No. Science Mathematics English General Awareness Reasoning
01 Nature of Matter, Universe (Planets / Earth/Satellites/Sun), Electricity and its application Mathematical Simplification, Ratio and Proportion, Algebric Identities, Linear Equations and Polynomials, Simultaneous Equations, Basic Trigonometry Passage, Preposition, Correction of sentences, Change active to passive/passive to active voice. Geography: Soil, Rivers, Mountains, Ports, Inland, Harbours Spatial, Numerical Reasoning & Associative Ability, Sequences, Spellings Unscrambling, Coding and Decoding
02 Force and Gravitation, Newton’s Laws Of Motion, Work, Energy and Power Simple Mensuration, Geometry, Measures of Central Tendency (Average, Median and Mode) Change direct to indirect/indirect to direct, Verbs/Tense/Non Finites, Punctuation. Culture and Religion, Freedom Movement, Important National Facts about India, Heritage, Arts and Dance
03 Heat, Temperature, Metals and Non-Metals, Carbon and its Compounds, Measurements in Science, Sound & Wave Motion, Atomic Structure Interest, Profit, Loss and Percentage, Work, Time, Speed and Distance Substituting phrasal verbs for expression, Synonyms and Antonyms, Meanings of difficult words. History, Defence, Wars and neighbours, Awards and Authors, Discoveries, Diseases and Nutrition
04 - - Use of adjectives, Compound preposition. Current Affairs, Languages, Capitals and Currencies, Common Names, Full Forms and Abbreviations
05 - - Use of pronouns Eminent Personalities, National Bird/Animal/Sport
/Flower/Anthem/ Song/ Flag/Mountains
06 - - - Sports: Championships / Winners /Terms / Number of Players

Note:- The syllabus of Science and Mathematics will be upto grade 10 of CBSE syllabus.


Section III

Sr. No. SUBJECT: Electrical Diploma Engineering
1 Basic concepts- Concepts of resistance, inductance, capacitance, and various factors affecting them. Concepts of current, voltage, power, energy and their units.
2 Circuit law- Kirchhoff‘s law, Simple Circuit solution using network theorems.
3 Magnetic Circuit- Concepts of flux, EMF, reluctance, Different kinds of magnetic materials, Magnetic calculations for conductors of different configuration e.g. straight, circular, solenoidal, etc. Electromagnetic induction, self and mutual induction.
4 AC Fundamentals- Instantaneous, peak, R.M.S. and average values of alternating waves, Representation of sinusoidal wave form, simple series and parallel AC Circuits consisting of R.L. and C, Resonance, Tank Circuit. Poly Phase system – star and delta connection, 3 phase power, DC and sinusoidal response of R-Land R-C circuit.
5 Measurement and measuring instruments- Measurement of power (1 phase and 3 phase, both active and re-active) and energy, 2 wattmeter method of 3 phase power measurement. Measurement of frequency and phase angle. Ammeter and voltmeter (both moving oil and moving iron type), extension of range wattmeter, Multimeters, Megger, Energy meter AC Bridges. Use of CRO, Signal Generator, CT, PT and their uses. Earth Fault detection.
6 Electrical Machines- (a) D.C. Machine – Construction, Basic Principles of D.C. motors generators and their characteristics, speed control and starting of D.C. Motors. Method of braking motor, Losses and efficiency of D.C. Machines.
(b) 1 phase and 3 phase transformers – Construction, Principles of operation, equivalent circuit, voltage regulation, O.C. and S.C. Tests, Losses and efficiency. Effect of voltage, frequency and wave form on losses. Parallel operation of 1 phase /3 phase transformers. Auto transformers.
(c) 3 phase induction motors, rotating magnetic field, principle of operation, equivalent circuit, torque-speed characteristics, starting and speed control of 3 phase induction motors. Methods of braking, effect of voltage and frequency variation on torque speed characteristics, Fractional Kilowatt Motors and Single Phase Induction Motors: Characteristics and applications.
7 Synchronous Machines- Generation of 3-phase e.m.f. armature reaction, voltage regulation, parallel operation of two alternators, synchronizing, control of active and reactive power. Starting and applications of synchronous motors.
8 Generation, Transmission and Distribution- Different types of power stations, Load factor, diversity factor, demand factor, cost of generation, inter-connection of power stations. Power factor improvement, various types of tariffs, types of faults, short circuit current for symmetrical faults.
Switchgears and Protection-Rating of circuit breakers, Principles of arc extinction by oil and air, H.R.C. Fuses, Protection against earth leakage / over current, etc. Buchholz relay, Merz-Price system of protection of generators & transformers, protection of feeders and bus bars. Lightning arresters, various transmission and distribution system, comparison of conductor materials, efficiency of different system. Cable – Different type of cables, cable rating and derating factor.
9 Estimation And Costing- Estimation of lighting scheme, electric installation of machines and relevant IE rules. Earthing practices and IE Rules.
10 Utilization of Electrical Energy- Illumination, Electric heating, Electric welding, Electroplating, Electric drives and motors.
11 Basic Electronics- Working of various electronic devices e.g. PN Junction diodes, Transistors (NPN and PNP type), BJT and JFET. Simple circuits using these devices.

Section IV

Sr. No. SUBJECT: Electronics Diploma Engineering
1 Basic concepts- Concepts of resistance, inductance, capacitance, and various factors affecting them. Concepts of current, voltage, power, energy and their units.
2 Electronic Components & Materials- Conductors, Semi conductor& Insulators; Magnetic materials; Jointing & Cleaning materials for U/G copper cable & OFC; Cells and Batteries (chargeable and non chargeable); Relays, Switches, MCB & Connectors.
3 Electronic Devices and Circuits- PN Junction diodes, thyristor; Diode and triode circuits; Junction Transistors; Amplifiers; Oscillator; Multivibrator, counters; Rectifiers; Inverter and UPS.
4 Digital Electronics- Number System & Binary codes; Boolean Algebra & Logic gates; Combinational & Sequential logic circuits; A/D & D/A converter, counters; Memories.
5 Linear Integrated Circuit- Introduction to operational Amplifier; Linear applications; Non Linear applications; Voltage regulators; Timers; Phase lock loop.
6 Microprocessor and Microcontroller- Introduction to microprocessor, 8085 microprocessor working; Assembly Language programming; Peripherals & other microprocessors; Microcontrollers.
7 Electronic Measurements- Measuring systems; Basic principles of measurement; Range Extension methods; Cathode ray oscilloscope, LCD, LED panel; Transducers.
8 Communication Engineering- Introduction to communication; Modulation techniques; Multiplexing Techniques; Wave Propagation, Transmission line characteristics, OFC; Fundamentals of Public Address systems, Electronic exchange, Radar, Cellular and Satellite Communication.
9 Data communication and Network- Introduction to data communication; Hardware and interface; Introduction to Networks and Networking devices; Local Area Network and Wide area network; Internet working.
10 Computer Programming- Programming concepts; Fundamentals of ‘C’ and C ++; Operators in ‘C’ and C ++; Control Statements; Functions, Array String & Pointers, File Structure; Data Structure and DBMS.
11 Basic Electrical Engineering- DC Circuits; AC fundamentals; Magnetic, Thermal and Chemical effects of Electric current; Earthing - Installation, Maintenance, Testing.

Section V

Sr. No. SUBJECT: Mechanical Engineering Diploma
1 Engineering Mechanics- Resolution of forces, Equilibrium and Equilibrant, parallelogram law of forces, triangle law of forces, polygon law of forces and Lami’s theorem, couple and moment of a couple, condition for equilibrium of rigid body subjected to number of coplanar non-concurrent forces, definition of static friction, dynamic friction, derivation of limiting angle of friction and angle of repose, resolution of forces considering friction when a body moves on horizontal plane and inclined plane, calculation of moment of inertia and radius of gyration of : (a) I-Section (b) channel section (c) T-Section (d) L-Section (Equal & unequal lengths) (e) Z-Section (f) Built up sections (simple cases only), Newton’s laws of motion (without derivation), motion of projectile, D’Alembert’s principle, definition law of conservation of energy, law of conservation of momentum.
2 Material Science- Mechanical properties of engineering materials – tensile strength, compressive strength, ductility, malleability, hardness, toughness, brittleness, impact strength, fatigue, creep resistance. Classification of steels, mild steel and alloy steels. Importance of heat treatment. Heat treatment processes – annealing, normalizing, hardening, tempering, carburizing, nitriding and cyaniding
3 Strength of Materials- Stress, strain, stress strain diagram, factor of safety, thermal stresses, strain energy, proof resilience and modules of resilience. Shear force and bending moment diagram – cant leaver beam, simply supported beam, continuous beam, fixed beam. Torsion in shafts and springs, thin cylinder shells.
4 Machining- Working principle of lathe. Types of lathes – Engine lathe – construction details and specifications. Nomenclature of single point cutting tool, geometry, tool signature, functions of tool angles. General and special operations – (Turning, facing, taper turning thread cutting, knurling, forming, drilling, boring, reaming, key way cutting), cutting fluids, coolants and lubricants. Introduction to shaper, slotter, plainer, broaching, milling and manufacture of gears, heat treatment process applied to gears.
5 Welding- Welding – Introduction, classification of welding processes, advantages and limitations of welding, principles of arc welding, arc welding equipment, choice of electrodes for different metals, principle of gas (oxy-acetylene) welding, equipment of gas welding, welding procedures (arc & gas), soldering and brazing techniques, types and applications of solders and fluxes, various flame cutting processes, advantages and limitations of flame cutting, defects in welding, testing and inspection modern welding methods, (submerged, CO2, atomic – hydrogen, ultrasonic welding), brief description of MIG & TIG welding.
6 Grinding & Finishing Process- Principles of metal removal by grinding, abrasives, natural and artificial, bonds and binding processes, vitrified, silicate, shellac rubber, grinding machines, classification: cylindrical, surface, tool & cutter grinding machine, construction details, relative merits, principles of centreless grinding, advantages & limitations of centreless grinding work, holding devices, wheel maintenance, balancing of wheels, coolants used, finishing by grinding, honing, lapping, super finishing, electroplating, basic principles – plating metals, applications, hot dipping, galvanizing tin coating, parkerising, anodizing, metal spraying, wire process, powder process and applications, organic coatings, oil base paint, lacquer base enamels, bituminous paints, rubber base coating.
7 Metrology- Linear measurement – Slip gauges and dial indicators, angle measurements, bevel protractor, sine bar, angle slip gauges, comparators (a) mechanical (b) electrical (c) optical (d) pneumatic. Measurement of surface roughness; methods of measurements by comparison, tracer instruments and by interferometry, collimators, measuring microscope, interferometer, inspection of machine parts using the concepts of shadow projection and profile projection.
8 Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machinery- Properties of fluid, density, specific weight, specific gravity, viscosity, surface tension, compressibility capillarity, Pascal’s law, measurement of pressures, concept of buoyancy. Concept of Reynold’s number, pressure, potential and kinetic energy of liquids, total energy, laws of conservation, mass, energy and momentum, velocity of liquids and discharge, Bernoulli’s equation and assumptions, venturimeters, pitottube, current meters. Working principle & constructional details of centrifugal pump, efficiencies – manometric efficiency, volumetric efficiency, mechanical efficiency and overall efficiency, cavitation and its effect, working principle of jet & submersible pumps with line diagrams.
9 Industrial Management- Job analysis, motivation, different theories, satisfaction, performance reward systems, production, planning and control, relation with other departments, routing, scheduling, dispatching, PERT and CPM, simple problems. Materials in industry, inventory control model, ABC Analysis, Safety stock, re-order, level, economic ordering quantity, break even analysis, stores layout, stores equipment, stores records, purchasing procedures, purchase records, Bin card, Cardex, Material handling, Manual lifting, hoist, cranes, conveyors, trucks, fork trucks.
10 Thermal Engineering- Laws of thermo dynamics, conversion of heat into work vice versa , laws of perfect gases, thermo dynamic processes – isochoric, isobaric, isothermal hyperbolic, isentropic, polytrophic and throttling, modes of heat transfer, thermal conductivity, convective heat transfer coefficient, Stefan Boltzman law by radiation and overall heat transfer coefficient. Air standards cycles – Carnot cycle, Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, construction and working of internal combustion engines, comparison of diesel engine and petrol engine. Systems of internal combustion engine, performance of internal combustion engines. Air compressors their cycles refrigeration cycles, principle of a refrigeration plant

Recruitment Cycle

ICG carries out bi-annual recruitment for Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics) as per the following tentative schedule.

Sl Post Application Registration Stage I
Written Exam
Stage II
PFT/ Medical
Stage III/
Induction in Indian Coast Guard
Stage IV
Original Document Verification
First Batch Cycle
(a) Yantrik (Mechanical) Jul (Previous Year) Mid Sep (Previous Year) Oct/Nov (Previous Year) Feb (Next Year) Feb (Next Year)
(b) Yantrik (Electrical) Jul (Previous Year) Mid Sep (Previous Year) Oct/Nov (Previous Year) Feb (Next Year) Feb (Next Year)
(c) Yantrik (Electronics / Telecommunication (Radio/ Power)) Jul (Previous Year) Mid Sep (Previous Year) Oct/Nov (Previous Year) Feb (Next Year) Feb (Next Year)
Second Batch Cycle
(d) Yantrik (Mechanical) Dec (Previous Year) Mid Feb (Next Year) Mar/Apr (Next Year) Aug (Next Year) Aug (Next Year)
(e) Yantrik (Electrical) Dec (Previous Year) Mid Feb (Next Year) Mar/Apr (Next Year) Aug (Next Year) Aug (Next Year)
(f) Yantrik (Electronics / Telecommunication (Radio/ Power)) Dec (Previous Year) Mid Feb (Next Year) Mar/Apr (Next Year) Aug (Next Year) Aug (Next Year)

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

  1. First Batch Cycle- Jun/Jul
  2. Second Batch Cycle- Nov/Dec
Model Question Paper for Yantrik (Electrical)
Model Question Paper for Yantrik (Electronics)
Model Question Paper for Yantrik (Mechanical)

Selection Procedure

The selection of recruits is based on the all India order of merit on their performance in Stage-I, II, III & IV (explained in detail below) and the number of vacancies available for the post. Clearing of Stage-I, II, III, IV and satisfactory performance in training is compulsory for recruitment in ICG. All candidates will be subjected for biometric, photo identification and document verification during stage-I, II, III & IV of the selection procedure. The candidates can apply for a single post only in one recruitment cycle. Multiple application for different posts by candidate in one recruitment cycle will be a ground for rejection. The details of various stages are as follows:


Stage-I: Written Examination


(a) The candidate has to take following tests depending on post applied:


Sr. No. Post Applied Written Test Passing Marks Remarks
(i) Yantrik (Electrical) Section (I+III) 30+20= 50 (UR/ EWS/ OBC) 27+17= 44 (SC/ST) Passing in section I and III separately is compulsory
(ii) Yantrik (Electronics) Section (I+IV) 30+20= 50 (UR/ EWS/ OBC) 27+17= 44 (SC/ST) Passing in section I and IV separately is compulsory
(iii) Yantrik (Mechanical) Section (I+V) 30+20= 50 (UR/ EWS/ OBC) 27+17= 44 (SC/ST) Passing in section I and V separately is compulsory

Note: Yantrik candidates can apply for only one post either for Electronics or Electrical or Mechanical.


(b) The details of various section are as follows:


Sr. No. Name Of Examination Details of Examination Subject wise allocation of Questions Pass Marks Syllabus
(i) Section I Maximum Marks – 60, Time – 45 mins., Total no. of Questions – 60 Maths – 20, Science - 10, English – 15, Reasoning–10, GK – 5 30 (UR/EWS/OBC category), 27 (for SC/ST category) Class 10th Syllabus
(ii) Section III Maximum Marks – 50, Time – 30 mins., Total no. of Questions – 50 Electrical Engineering - 50 20 (UR/EWS/ OBC category), 17 (for SC/ST category) Diploma Level Electrical Engineering syllabus
(iii) Section IV Maximum Marks – 50, Time – 30 mins., Total no. of Questions – 50 Electronics Engineering - 50 20 (UR/EWS/ OBC category), 17 (for SC/ST category) Diploma Level Electronics Engineering syllabus
(iv) Section V Maximum Marks – 50, Time – 30 mins., Total no. of Questions – 50 Mechanical Engineering - 50 20 (UR/EWS/ OBC category), 17 (for SC/ST category) Diploma Level Mechanical Engineering syllabus


Note:

(aa) The question paper for section I, III, IV & V will be objective type with four options. The candidate has to choose the correct option. There is no negative marking in the written examination test. The detailed syllabus for section I, III, IV & V is available on ICG website.


(ab) Tie Breaking Rule in Merit - In case of two or more candidates having the same marks in stage I then the tie will be broken in steps as follows (wherever tie is broken next stage will not be proceeded):

(i) Candidate scoring more marks in section –I.

(ii) Candidate scoring more aggregate percentage in qualifying exam (diploma for Yantrik).

(iii) Candidate older in age will be higher in merit.



STAGE-II

Based on the performance in the Computer Based Online Examination,a merit list will be prepared and e-admit card for stage-II will be issued as per the vacancies available and ratio decided by ICG. The duration of Stage – II will be from 1 to 2 days. Stage- II involves following test which are only qualifying i.e. either Pass or Fail:


(a) Physical Fitness Test (Pass/Fail): Candidates undergoing PFT will do so at their own risk.All candidates are advised to be in possession of sport rig (Shoe, T-shirt, Trouser etc). The PFT consists of:


  1. 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes.
  2. 20 Squat ups (Uthak Baithak).
  3. 10 Pushup.

All three test of PFT are to be carried out in continuity without anybreak. Any break will lead to failing the PFT



(b) Document verification (Pass/Fail): All the information provided in the online application has to match with all the original documents like grade X/XII/ Diploma mark sheet/photo Identity card/caste certificate/individual subject and aggregate marks. Any inconsistency in all the documents and application with respect to “name, date of birth, parent’s name, percentage of marks, validity of documents, caste certificate details etc” will lead to failure in document verification and the candidature will be cancelled. The date of issue of all documents has to be the closing date of application or any date prior to closing date of application. The validity of all the uploaded documents has to be as published in the advertisement for the particular recruitment cycle. In case of any mismatch of information between document uploaded (at online application stage) and original documents produced for physical verification at Stage-II then the candidature will be cancelled.


(c) Re-assessment of Inconsistent Performers(Pass/Fail): Inconsistent Performers are those candidates whose percentage scored in online examination is 30% or more than the percentage secured in the qualifying board/ diploma examination. E.g., If a Yantrik candidate scores 110 marks (Section I - 60 & Section III / IV / V - 50) thereby securing 100% marks in written examination. If the aggregate percentage of the candidate is Diploma is 70% or less than 70% then the candidate is inconsistent performer. There will be additional Written Examination for inconsistent performers. This test will be held after qualifying PFT/ Document verification for only inconsistent performer. This test is only of passing marks and will be similar to the written examination at Stage-I. The marks scored in this re-test will have no bearing on the final merit as the merit will be decided only on the written examination of Stage-I. However, if the candidate fails to pass this re-assessment written examination then he will be declared disqualified/ fail and his candidature will be cancelled.


(d) Initial Medicals Examination. (Pass/Fail): The medical officer may put the candidates as permanently unfit or temporarily unfit. The candidate can appeal on the finding of the initial medical examination. The appeal medical to be completed “within 21 days if permanently unfit” or “within 42 days if temporarily unfit” after completion of initial medicals. No further review/appeal is permissible if declared unfit/fail in appeal medicals. No other Medical fitness certificate other than that of the specialist opinion in a military hospital is admissible during appeal medical. The validity of initial medical is only upto 6 months. The candidate will be required to undergo another initial medical examination if the recruitment process is delayed due to any unforeseen event like COVID pandemic or any other circumstances.



STAGE-III

Based on the performance in Stage-I & Stage-II, all India merit list will be prepared and e-admit card for stage-III (final medicals at INS Chilka) will be issued as per the vacancies available and ratio decided by ICG. The duration of Stage-III is 1 to 2 days. Stage-III involves following:


(a) Document verification (Pass/Fail): All the information provided in the online application has to match with all the original documents like grade X/XII/ Diploma mark sheet/photo Identity card/caste certificate/individual subject and aggregate marks. Any inconsistency in all the documents and application with respect to “name, date of birth, parent’s name, percentage of marks, validity of documents, caste certificate details etc” will lead to failure in document verification and the candidature will be cancelled. The date of issue of all documents has to be the closing date of application or any date prior to closing date of application. The validity of all the uploaded documents has to be as published in the advertisement for the particular recruitment cycle. The candidate can be failed in document verification in stage-III even if he is pass during document verification at stage-II. In case of any mismatch of information between document uploaded (at online application stage) and original documents produced for physical verification at Stage-III then the candidature will be cancelled.


(b) Final Medicals at INS Chilka (Review Medicals as part of Final Medical) (Pass/Fail): Final Medical Examination of all selected candidates will be done at INS Chilka. Candidates, who are not found medically fit in the final medical examination at INS Chilka, will NOT be enrolled for training. "An Appeal" is permitted for medically unfit candidates after the final enrolment medical examination at INS Chilka and will be given an opportunity to appeal against the findings if they so desire at a Military Hospital as decided by the Coast Guard within a maximum period of 21 days or as decided by INS Chilka. The candidate will travel to the selected Military Hospital and back on their own expense for Appeal Medical Examination.


(c) Submission of original document, police verification and other associated forms: All the candidates are to submit original documents, police verification forms and other associated forms alongwith the e-admit card of Stage-III. Candidates should be in possession of police verification from either place of domicile or place of present residence. Candidates without the verified police verification reports or reports or reports with adverse comments will not be eligible for enrollment. The format for the police verification form can also be downloaded from here.



STAGE- IV

The candidates are to submit all the original documents and verification of all original documents through boards/ universities/ state government will be carried out by Indian Coast Guard. Candidate will be terminated from service if the documents are reported as not genuine by respective boards/ universities/ state government and criminal proceedings will be initiated against the candidate.


Note:

(a) The candidate will be provisionally inducted in service subject to following:

(i) Standing in All India Merit after clearing Stage I, II & III as per the vacancies available for the particular batch.

(ii) Submission of original documents at Stage IV.


(b) The candidate will be on probation for a period of 02 years (or as decided by ICG) and will be confirmed in service subject to following:

(i) Clearing of swimming test and the mandatory training during probation.

(ii) All the original documents are found to be genuine during documents verification at Stage IV.

(iii) Any other condition as prescribed by the Government of India.

Training

The basic training for Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics) will be conducted at INS Chilka followed by sea training and professional training in the allotted trade. Branch/ trade will be allocated as per the requirement of service and performance during basic training. Basic training at INS Chilka will cover the following Subjects:

(a) Academic and service subjects.
(b) Sports activities
(c) Outdoor training such as Parade Training, Sailing, Boat Pulling, Swimming, Trekking, Cross- Country, Firing etc.
(d) Service oriented activities including maintenance of equipment, living spaces and training areas etc.

Duration of Training

Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics) – 09 weeks


Note:

  1. On completion of basic training at INS Chilka, the trainee will undergo professional and sea training for a period of 06 months to 2 years or as decided by ICG.
  2. Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics) are liable to be discharged as UNSUITABLE if their progress (including academic) or conduct is unsatisfactory at any time during training. Trainees are also liable to be discharged at any stage of training if their online application or the documents are found to be falsified at the stage of recruitment.

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.

Pay and Allowances

Rank Pay
Yantrik Basic pay Rs. 29200/- (Pay Level-5). In addition, you will be paid Yantrik pay @ Rs. 6200/- 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.

Career Progression

Enrolled personnel joining ICG as Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics) 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 Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics) is as follows:


Rank Structure

Yantrik

Uttam Yantrik

Pradhan Yantrik

Sahayak Engineer

Uttam Sahayak Engineer

Pradhan Sahayak Engineer

Yantrik (Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics)

Cadre Rank Minimum time period in one rank for promotion
YANTRIK YANTRIK - UTTAM YANTRIK 2 Yrs
YANTRIK UTTAM YANTRIK – PRADHAN YANTRIK 2 Yrs
YANTRIK PRADHAN YANTRIK - SAHAYAK ENGINEER 3 Yrs
YANTRIK SAHAYAK ENGINEER - UTTAM SAHAYAK ENGINEER 4 Yrs
YANTRIK UTTAM SAHAYAK ENGINEER – PRADHAN SAHAYAK ENGINEER 3 Yrs

Promotion to Officer’s Cadre : The Enrolled Personnel may also get opportunity for promotion to the Officer’s Rank if fulfilling the requisite criteria promulgated by Indian Coast Guard from time to time.

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

Job Profile

Yantrik serves on-board ships and aircraft as per the branch allocated to them {Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics / Telecommunication (Radio/Power)} at INS Chilka. They are responsible to maintain all types of the machinery/ equipment fitted on-board Ships/ Aircraft/ Station. They are also required to maintain the adequate level of spares and accounting of the spares.