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Now here we describe the selection process of ICG INDIAN COAST GUARD  (PSB+FSB) - 

Coming to the point PSB consists of 3 major rounds- 

Documents Verification-: This is as important as all other rounds in my belief. I saw deserving candidates having to return without even entering the exam hall just because they forgot to bring one single document.

Collect all the needed documents and get them attested as soon as you get your admit card. Don’t wait till the last day. Who knows, you may find a mission. Starting out early will help you find and collect everything and obtain duplicates if it’s needed.

Our verification process began at 8 am sharp, as was mentioned in the admit card. The officials at the recruitment center check every single detail very carefully. The slightest mismatch means you are out. Ensure that all your documents have the same name, DOB etc written on them. For example , if your 10th mark sheet mentions your name as Vishal yadav but on the 12th mark sheet its written Vishal yadav, Questions will be raised over it . There should be uniformity of details across all your documents.

The advertisement clearly mentions all the documents that need to be presented on the day of your exam. Read it carefully. Get 2 photocopies of each document, and make two sets of it. All documents in one of the sets need to be attested by a gazetted officer. Your passport by a gazetted officer. Your passport size photo should not be older than a few weeks. The process of verification takes around 15-20 minutes per candidate depending on the number of applicants. If all your papers are in proper order , you get the stamp of approval on your admit card and go on to the next round, which is the written round.

Written Round Or  Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) Test in Indian Coast Guard (AC) (PSB+FSB)-: 

It consists of basic mental ability and aptitude questions. 1 hour of daily practice for one month is enough to clear it. ‘Popular Master Guide for ICG-Assistant Commandant’ by Vishal yadav is a good book for practice. The book can be bought from Flipkart and it covers all the topics with plenty of questions. If after solving all these questions you need even more practice, you can go to indiabix.com. They have hundreds of questions for every mental ability topic under the sun . You are not allowed to take your bags and especially cell phones inside the exam hall.  iIn case you bring your phone inside by mistake, inform the nearest officer immediately and hand it over to him or her. 

Coming\ to the test, it has 80 questions in all which you have to solve in just 30 minutes. Now the challenge is, you are not given a question paper. Instead, the questions are displayed by a projector on a board at the front of a large hall. There are 5-6 options for each question. You will be given an OMR sheet to mark your questions, Enter your details on the sheet carefully. The EXamining officer will then proceed to chat a little bit and tell you to feel at ease. He or she will tell you all the details very carefully and ask you multiple times if you have any doubts. After that, the test starts. There are 7 rounds in the  test. There are 7 rounds in the test with each round having a different set of questions. I have mentioned below the details of each round (taken From a previous article on Major Kalshi Classes as it is totally accurate)

In section 1st: series completion questions and 5 blood relation questions are there. You are provided 60 seconds for each question which means after 60 seconds, the next question will be on screen and you  will not be able to get back to it if you are not quick enough. Same thing  applies throughout the test.

In section 2nd: 5 synonyms and 5 antonym questions. Number of questions is 10 and each question is shown for 5 seconds.

In section 3rd: spelling mistakes or to find correct word.10 questions each given 8 seconds.

In section 4th: memory test-in this a number or word is shown to you for 4 seconds and it will disappear and in next 4 seconds options will be shown. You need to mark what you have seen.10 questions and 8 seconds are given for each. Length of word increases as the test moves further.

In section 5th: question on how many words can be formed using alphabets of a given word with some given constraints. 10 questions are there with 60 seconds for each question.

In section 6th: rotation (clockwise/anticlockwise by a specific angle) + mirror image, 10 questions are there and 20 seconds for each question.

In section 7th there will be 20 in total. 12 questions on counting the occurrence of an alphabet in a given array of digits or alphabets.and for these 10 seconds are given to each question. Example:”BKWETRETTESTEFUNRZERTMENT”. In the Bourne series, find the number of “T” . The answer is “6”

Remaining 8 questions are puzzle type questions in which an object like tomato or cat is shown in scattered pieces and you need to identify what  the object is ? For these questions you are given oly 3 seconds each.

Avery useful tip to get through this round is , sit as close to the projector screen as possible.Try  to get a seat in front or the middle of the hall . DO NOT  sit in the last  rows, especially if you have glasses . I made the huge mistake of sitting in the 3rd last row with the result that I could not see a lot of questions clearly. It is not  that my eyesight is weak, but the screen is simply too far out and the font big enough to be legible from the last rows. Many people sitting around me failed to clear the test simply because they could not see the questions ! After a few questions they simply gave up in frustration. Once the test starts, you cannot change your seat.

Another important tip is to circle the correct option in your OMR sheet quickly. A lot of people did not fill in the circles during the test, opting instead to just put a dot there and hoping to fill them in later. It is the biggest mistake that can b e made. You will not get  even 10-15  seconds after the test gets over  before your sheet is taken away from you. Personally, I  believe that in this round m the speed at which you can circle your answer is as important as knowing the correct answer. 

Remember-this test is all about how quickly you can think and respond. Hence, such less time is given. Use only a blue or black pen. Opt for an ink pen or a gel pen as its ink spreads faster than that of a ball pen, making it easier to circle the options.


PPDT (Picture Perception and Description Test) -:

 This test is all about how you perceive a situation and  how you express it . We were divided into two groups, one comprising 16 girls and the other of 17 boys . Then we were  taken to a small auditorium and made to sit in increasing order o f chest number. 

Indian Coast Guard Final Selection Board (FSB) Procedure-:  

   The Indian Coast Guard Final Selection Board (FSB) Procedure is similar to that of SSB in Army/Navy/AirForce with a few differences. FSB is also conducted in three parts i.e psychological testing, GTO testing, interview. The whole process lasts for 5 to 6 days depending upon the strength of the batch . You are also given one day free. 5 to 6 days depending upon the strength of the batch.

Psychology Test at FSB 

It is conducted on the first day of arrival. In psych there is a battery of 4 tests named TAT, WAT, SRT and SD. AL are similar to the Psychology tests of SSB. Difference is that sometimes they reduce WAT similar to the psychology tests of SSB.Difference is sometimes they reduce WAT to 50 works.

Interview at FSB 

It can last for 15 to 60 minutes all depending upon candidates . In interview candidates are also asked about the branch in which they have applied as general duties, technical, pilot etc and technical candidates are asked questions from their engineering stream. And rests of questions are on PIQ form and personal life of the candidate.

Conference at FSB

Last day is conference day, when all assessors give their opinion on each and every candidate and make a final decision whether to recommend him or not. Arrangements and process are similar to that of SSB.

The Indian Coast Guard’s Salary Structure

The Navik, Assistant Commandant, and Yantrik officers of the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) are paid according to the 7th pay Commission’s salary structure. The pay structure for Indian Coast Guard Officers is shown Below.

  • When it comes to a Navy officer’s pay structure, applicants will start with basic pay of INR 21,700  (Pay level  -3) and no garage pay.
  • In the case of a Yantrik officer, the basic pay is INR 29,200 (Pay level - 5) with a grade pay of INR 6,200.
  • Candidates will receive a basic salary of INR 56,100 (Pay level - 10) as well.

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