Indian Coast Guard 10+2
Navik General Duty


  1. Read the Notification carefully before applying for Indian Coast Guard Jobs.
  2. Click on Apply Online Link for Navik Posts which is provided below.
  3. Fill the form in detail.
  4. Upload scanned copies of Photograph and Signature.
  5. Submit the form before the last date.
  6. Note the Application Number for future reference.

Stages Of Selection Process

  1. Written Exam
  2. Physical Test
  3. Medical Test
  4. Final Merit List

Age Limit

Applicants applying for Indian Coast Guard Recruitment should attain the below age limit

  • Minimum Age: 18 years
  • Maximum Age: 22 years
Notification 2018 2019 2020 2021
Navik GD 01 Feb 1996 to 31 Jan 2000 01 Feb 1997 to 31 Jan 2001 01 Feb 1998 to 31 Jan 2002 01 Feb 1999 to 31 Jan 2003

Educational Qualification

Job Seekers must complete 10+2 with minimum 50% marks in Maths and Physics from recognized Education Board of State or Central Governments.

Selection Procedure

The 'Online'Applications will be sorted out Centre wise. The conduct of test is planned during the month of August / September . The Selection procedure is

  1. Short-listing criteria will be based on higher percentage of marks for a particular Examination Centre
  2. The qualifying cut off percentage of a particular Centre may be increased if more number of applications with higher percentage is received.
  3. The written examination will be of objective type, which will generally cover subjects such as Maths, Physics, basic Chemistry, knowledge of English upto 12th standard, general knowledge, current affairs, Quantitative aptitude and reasoning etc.
  4. Those who qualify written examination will undergo Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and Initial Medical Examination (Preliminary). The testing procedure will take 2-3 days. Physically Challenged candidates are not eligible to apply for this examination.
  5. The Physical Fitness Test will be conducted for all those who qualify the written tests, The PFT will consist as under: 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes. 20 Squat ups (Uthak - Baithak) 10 Pushup. Candidates undergoing PFT will do so at their own risk.
  6. Candidates who qualify the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) will only be required to undergo initial recruitment medical examination at the respective recruitment Centres or any other place as decided by the Indian Coast Guard.

Physical Test

The Physical Fitness Test will be conducted for all those who Qualify the written tests. The PFT will consist of

  • PFT will consist of 1.6 Km run to be completed in 7 minutes.
  • 20 Squat ups (Uthak - Baithak)
  • 10 Push-ups

Candidates under going PFT will do so at their own risk

Medical Standards

  1. Height - Minimum height 157 cms. Reduction in height for candidates from hilly and tribal areas will be in accordance with the Central Govt. orders.
  2. Chest - Should be well proportioned. Minimum expansion 5 cms.
  3. Weight - Proportionate to height and age +10% acceptable
  4. Hearing - Normal
  5. Visual Standards - 6/6 (Better Eye) and 6/9(Worse Eye) (Candidates using glasses are not eligible)
  6. Medical examination will be conducted by authorized Military Doctors as per medical standard prescribed in current regulations applicable to Enrolled Personnel on entry. *Candidates are advised to get their ears cleaned for wax and tartar removed from teeth prior to examination


Mathematics :

Algebra Locus
Mathematical Induction Transformation of Axes
Matrices The Straight Line
Complex Numbers Pair of Straight Lines
Theory of Equations Circle
Permutations and Combinations System of circles
Binomial Theorem Parabola
Partial fractions Ellipse
Trigonometry Hyperbola
Inverse Trigonometric Functions Limits and Continuity.
Hyperbolic Functions Differentiation
Properties of Triangle Applications of Derivatives
Addition of Vectors Integration
Product of Vectors Definite Integrals
Probability Differential equations
Random Variables and Probability Distributions Three-Dimensional Coordinates
Coordinate Geometry Direction Cosines and Direction Ratios etc

Physics :

Units and measurements Electromagnetic waves
Motion in a plane Atoms
Laws of motion Nuclei
Work, Energy and Power Semiconductor Electronics
Oscillations Communication systems etc.
Gravitation Current electricity.
Thermodynamics Magnetism and matter
Kinetic theory Electromagnetic induction
Waves Alternating current
Electrostatic potential and capacitance Electromagnetic waves

Chemistry :

Atomic structure Environmental chemistry
Classification of elements and periodicity in properties Organic chemistry
Chemical bonding and molecular structure Solutions
States of matter: gases and liquids. Surface chemistry
Stoichiometry Polymers
Thermodynamics Biomolecules
Chemical equilibrium and acids-bases Chemistry in everyday life
Hydrogen and it's compounds Haloalkanes and haloarenes etc.

English :

Verb Grammar
Direct / Indirect Speech Vocabulary
Tenses Sentence Rearrangement
Subject-Verb Agreement Comprehension
Transformation of Sentences Idioms & Phrases
Adverb Unseen Passages
Articles Synonyms
Fill in the Blanks. Antonyms etc.
Active & Passive Voice

General Knowledge :

History — India & World Economy
Cultural Heritage General Polity
Indian National Movement Science & Technology
Geography — India & World Current Affairs — National & International etc.
About India Indian Constitution

Quantitative Aptitude :

Number Systems Mixtures & Alegations
Decimals & Fractions Profit & Loss
Whole Numbers Time and Distance
Fundamental Arithmetical Operations Discount
Percentage Time & Work
Data Interpretation etc.

Reasoning :

Analogies Discrimination
Space Visualization Relationship Concepts
Spatial Orientation Arithmetical Reasoning
Problem Solving Figural Classification
Analysis Arithmetic Number Series
Decision Making Coding and Decoding
Visual Memory Statement Conclusion etc