Enrolled Follower/Safaiwala Job Vacancy in Indian Coast Guard
Qualification : 10th/ ITI or equivalent
No. of Vacancy : UR-03, OBC-01, SC-01, ST-02
Age : 18 years and not more than 25 years
Pay Scale : Rs.21700.00- 69100.00
Physical Standards : Following are the requirement of physical standards:-
(a) Height. Minimum height requirement is 157 cms which may be reduced up to 5 cms in the case of Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Garhwal/Kumaon, Sikkim, local tribals of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and upto 2 cms in case of candidates from Lakshadweep, mainland settlers in Andaman & Nicobar for candidates joining the Coast Guard.
(b) Chest. Should be well proportioned. Minimum expansion5 cms.
(c) Weight. Proportionate to height and age (+ 10% acceptable).
(d) Eye Sight. 6/60 (Better) 6/60 (Worse) without glasses.6/9 (Better) 6/24 (Worse) with glasses.
Selection Procedure: Only shortlisted candidates will be called for Written Test, Professional Skill Test and Physical Fitness Test. Application which are not in prescribed format without photocopies of certificates (Self attested) having no photograph or signature of the candidate will be summarily rejected. The application should only be sent by ORDINARY POST. The decision of the commanding officer, Indian Coast Guard Station Paradip regarding selection/rejection will be final and no correspondence will be entertained
How To Apply For Enrolled Follower/Safaiwala Job Vacancy in Indian Coast Guard
The application is to be submitted on plain paper (typed/ handwritten in English/ Hind). The envelope containing the application must be superscribed as "Application For The Post Of Enrolled Follower’’(in capital letters) and application should be be sent by ordinary post only to The Recruitment Officer, Indian Coast Guard Station Paradip, Opposite Port trust Admin Building, Badpadia Paradip-754142 so as to reach till 12 Mar 2019.
About Indian Coast Guard
Indian Coast Guard is a multi-mission organization, conducting round-the-year real-life operations at sea. Despite being relatively small, it has a wide range of task capabilities for both surface and air operations.