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ICG (GD)i.e Indian Coast Guard (Ground Duty)  Which mainly stands for indian coast guard . The main role of the officers in the Indian Coast Guard is to protect the marine border of the country and assist in the rescue of people at sea.


The two Major types of entries to the Indian Coast Guard are officers entry and sailor’s entry.


Detailed information on sailor entry where it include the General Duty that is also known as (GD) 


Indian Coast Guard holds various national level recruitment exams every year for these posts The recruitments are solely based on merit, there is no backdoor entry for Indian Coast Guard recruitment Candidates must meet the given eligibility parameters to apply for these exams. 


Indian Coast Guard notifications for these exams are released on the official website of Indian Coast Guard (ICG), the rest of the processes are also managed online.


However, the exams are conducted by officers. The selection process includes several phases- a written test, PFT (Physical Fitness Test) and medical Examination


The Eligibility Criteria that is discuss in detailed below-:


Age -:  The age limit for the post between 18 and 22 years Candidates must have born between may 1 2001 to April 30,2005 both dates are  inclusive Relaxation in the upper age limit of 5 years (SC/ST) and 3 years (OBC) (noncreamy) are provided to candidates.


Educational - Qualification -:

  •  for Navik (General Duty)-:  Passed class 10+2 with math and physics from an education board recognized by Council of Boards for School Education i.e (COBSE).
  • For Navik DB (Domestic Branch)-: Passed class 10from an education board recognized by council of boards for school education. 


Syllabus of Indian Coast Guard (GD) i.e  Ground Duty  The level of the Indian Coast Guard Navik syllabus is of class 10+2 standards. The written exam includes several bestowing topics such as English , Physics, Mathematics, Basic Chemistry, Reasoning, Current affairs and Quantitative Aptitude.


Indian Coast Guard Navik GD Syllabus: Section I


  • Nature of Matter
  • Universe (Planets / Earth/Satellites/Sun),
  • Electricity and its application
  • Carbon and its Compounds
  • Measurements in Science
  •  Sound and Wave Motion, Atomic Structure. 



  • Mathematical Simplification
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Algebraic Identities
  • Linear Equations and Polynomials
  • Simultaneous Equations
  • Basic Trigonometry
  • Simple Mensuration.



  • Geography
  • History
  • Sports
  • Current Affairs
  • Capital & Currency
  •  Awards & Honour
  •  Appointments & Resignations, Obituaries
  •  National Affairs
  •  Sports
  •  Business & Economy
  •  International Affairs
  •  Book & Authors
  • National parks
  • Wildlife Sanctuaries
  • Defence
  •  Abbreviations



  • Passage
  • Preposition
  • Correction of Sentences
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Indirect and Direct Speech
  • Verbs/Tense/Non-Finites
  • Punctuation.
  • Phrasal Verbs and Expressions
  • Antonyms and Synonyms
  • Use of Adjectives
  • Compounds and Prepositions
  • Use of pronouns



  • Spatial Reasoning
  • Coding and Decoding
  • Numerical Reasoning
  • Sequence and Spellings


Indian Coast Guard Navik GD Syllabus: Section II


  • Probability -Statistical Algebraic Identities, Linear Equations, and polynomials 
  • Algebra - Principle of Mathematical Induction, complex numbers and quadratic equations, Matrices and determinants, sequence and series
  • Calculus - Limits and Derivatives, Continuity and differentially, differential equations, Applications of integrals. 
  • Sets, Relations, and Functions - Relations and Functions,inverse trigonometric functions. Simple Mensuration, geometry, measures of central tendency
  • Geometry- Vectors and Three Dimensions
  • Linear programming
  • Vectors - Vectors, and Three dimensions geometry


  • Physical World and measurement
  • Energy
  • Kinematics
  • Newton Laws of Motion
  • Electrostatics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Optics
  • Atoms and Nuclei
  • Electronic Devices
  • Magnetic effects
  • AC and DC
  • Waves


Indian  Coast Guard Navik Exam pattern  2023 

Indian Coast Guard Navik exam pattern  basically divided into four phases.  The exam pattern for each phases bestow below-:

STAGE -1 -: In stage - 1 are two sections and it is conducted in CBT i.e Computer Based Test  or mode Candidate who have opted for Navik (GD) Candidate  are required to attempt section - I which comprises Mathematics Science ,English , Reasoning and General Knowledge . The standard of the syllabus is of class 10th standard . 

Maximum marks to the Test is 60. Candidates who have opted  for Navik (GD) are required to appear for both section I and II .The section I is the same as Navik (DB) . Section . Section- II comprises questions from mathematics + Physics are marks allocated to the test are 50. Exam pattern is of objective type.

STAGE - 2 -: Those who qualify the written exam are asked for appear in stage - II that comprises physical fitness Test (PFT) , document verification and initial medical exam. The duration of stage II is for 1to 2 days the (PFT) Physical Fitness Test consists of running , squat ups and push ups. In the documents verification, all the original documents such as grade of X,XII, photo identity card including caste certificate etc are verified. In the medical examination, the medical board may put the candidate as permanently unfit or temporarily unfit.

STAGE - III -: It comprises final documents verification and medical exam at INS Chilka Duration of this stage is one to two days.

STAGE - IV -: The candidates who clear stage III and stand in merit as per the vacancies available are provisionally shortlisted for  training at INS Chilka.

Vacancies distribution of Indian Coast Guard Navik post is given below i.e (a) Navel GD - 225 

(b) Navik DB - 40


Salary and allowances of Indian Coast Guard (GD) is given below -:

  • After joining , a Navik in the Indian Coast Guard will be entitled to get a basic pay of INR 21,700 plus DA and other allowances.
  • A Navik can be promoted upto the rank of pradhan Adhikari with a pay scale of 47,600 with Dearness allowance 
  • Apart from basic pay and  allowances, a Navik is entitled to get free ration, clothing, Medical treatment, government accomodation for self and family on nominal rate, canteen and various loan facilities.
  • After retirement , they can avail ECHS Medical facilities.



The Candidates after getting recruited have to perform the following roles and responsibility


To protect artificial islands, installations, offshore terminals, and other such important points in the maritime domain.

To protect and support fishermen in distress.

Maintaining and protecting the marine ecosystem, including controlling marine pollution.

To assist Customs and other courts in anti-smuggling operations.

To implement with full powers the Maritime Zones Act of India.

Taking steps to preserve the sanctuary of life and property at sea and to accumulate scientific data.


Indian Coast Guard Job Profile: Promotional Aspects - 


The ICG Indian Coast Guard Personnel are entitled to promotions and appraisals depending on the years of  Service and Experience. Candidates can also appear for departmental examinations to get promotions before the scheduled time. generally it takes 5 to 8 years to get a promotion. Candidates can be promoted to the following posts:-

A Navik (GD) officer can be promoted up to the rank of Pradhan Adhikari.

A Yantrik, can be promoted up to Pradhan Sahayak Engineer.

Probationary Period for Indian Coast Guard - 

After the hiring procedure is over, candidates will be contacted for basic training at INS Chilka, followed by maritime training and professional training.

They will be given branches or trades based on how well they perform during their training and how much service is required of them. Candidates that do poorly will not be allowed to continue with the training programme. 

That's all about Indian Coast Guard (GD) Entry.

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