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Your search for the Best ICG (PSB+FSB) Interview coaching Institute in India ends here. Yes, major Kalshi Classes provide the best ICG Coaching in India.  We deliver the best ICG (Indian Coast Guard) Guidance for all the Defence Exams. We provide best coaching for preparation of various national & state level defence competitive exams. We, at Major Kalshi classes, hold a prestigious position in the number of selections in competitive exams like NDA, Air force, Navy, Army, Coast Guard etc.


The Indian Coast Guard has released fresh notification for the post of Indian Coast Guard Assistant Commandant under the 02/2023 batch. A total of 71 vacancies have been released for recruitment process.The selection process consists of a online Screening Test (CGCAT), Preliminary Selection Board (PSB), Final Selection Board (FSB), Medical Examination, and Induction Test.The selected candidates will get a basic salary for the post will bes.56,100+other benefits. With Graduation passed or appeared as the basic Indian Coast Guard Assistant Commandant Eligibility Criteria, it is a golden opportunity to work with

prestigious Indian Coast Guard.


We, at Major Kalshi classes, have an excellent record of ICG selections over the years. We conduct various Mock Tests before the exams to strengthen the skills & fill the gaps in their preparation, if any, of candidates and provide them to attend individual doubt sessions if required regarding the preparation of the Interview Phase.


Whether Indian Army, Navy, Coast Guard or the Air Force, we offer the best-in-class 

infrastructure and an experienced faculty that comprises Ex-Interviewers and Subject Matter Experts. Being a premier defence services coaching institute, we know that it is essential to notify candidates about the general information in the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) by Preliminary Selection Board(PSB) & Final Selection Board (FSB) Examination being conducted by the

ICG. This is a competitive exam.The Indian Coast Guard is a multi-mission  national level organization, conducting round-the-year all real-life operations at sea surrounded by Indian territory. Through this examination process, candidates are recruited as Assistant Commandant in Indian Coast Guard. Learn about the ICG Exam Pattern, Eligibility Criteria, and Syllabus 2023 through this article by the experts present at Major Kalshi Classes for Coaching, preparation and selection.

The Indian Coast Guard Assistant Commandant consists of six stages:

  1. Screening Test (Computer-based test)
  2. Preliminary Selection Board (PSB)
  3. FInal Selection Board (FSB)
  4. Medical Selection (MSB)
  5. Induction Test
  6. Final Result Declaration

The procedure followed in each of the stage will be explained in detailed format in this article. The tentative exam date is scheduled to be most probably in November 2022. Knowing the exam pattern in advance will be helpful for all the aspiring candidates in preparing for it.

Brief description about the Indian Coast Guard Exam Process:

The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) is a maritime law enforcement and search plus rescue agency of India with jurisdiction over its all-territorial waters including its contiguous zone and exclusive economic zone. The Indian Coast Guard was established on 1st February 1977 by the Coast Guard Act, 1978 of the Parliament of India. It operates under Ministry of Defence.

The Indian Coast Guard works in close cooperation with the Indian Navy, the Department of Fisheries, the Department of Revenue (Customs), and the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), and the State Police Services (SPS).


Exam Pattern for Indian Coast Guard (ICG) Assistant Commandant:-

The exam pattern for each stage of the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) Assistant Commandant are as follows:-

Stage – 1: Computer-Based Test

The Stage-I would include a screening Test for eligible applicants which will be a Computer Based Examination (CBT) conducted at various centres all over the India. Screening test is to be conducted for candidates applying for the post of the GD/CPL and Technical (Mechanical/Electrical & Electronics).


Stage – 2: Preliminary Selection Board (PSB)

Based on the performance in the Stage-I, candidates will be shortlisted for appearing in Stage-II(PSB)which will be conducted for one single-day at Noida, Mumbai/Goa, Chennai and Kolkata centres. Candidates will be given the choice of PSB centre at the time of filling of application form. Candidates will be screened through the Computerised Cognitive Battery Test (CCBT) and Picture Perception & Discussion Test (PP&DT).

The CCBT will be in English only and of Objective type in nature. During PP&DT the candidates are expected to speak and discuss in the English Language. However, they are also free to speak in Hindi if they wish to do so. The Stage-II examination is only of qualifying in nature i.e. either Pass or Fail.

  • Candidates reporting for Stage-II will first undergo photo and biometric verification at the centre. The photo captured & biometric recorded during Stage-II is to be verified with the captured photo & biometric recorded during the Stage-I to remove any discrepancies.
  • If the biometric is not matching with the screening data, then the candidature will be cancelled at the same time. The biometric database will be stored for further stages of examination in verified form.
  • The candidates who have cleared PSB exam will undergo document verification process. The original documents brought by candidates will be verified as per the documents uploaded by the candidates during registration for Stage-I
  • In case of any discrepancy, the candidature will be cancelled at the same time and a ‘Rejection Slip’ indicating the reasons for rejection will be handed over directly to the candidate.


Stage – 3: Final Selection Board (FSB)

The candidates qualifying for Stage-3 will be intimated on completion of stage-II at respective centres the very same day. The schedule of Stage-3 will be intimated to the candidate on personal Login IDs created at time of registration. The FSB call-letter along with reporting instructions will be intimated to candidates on personal Login IDs. FSB is conducted at the Coast Guard Selection Board (CGSB) located at Noida and continues over five days.

The Candidates are subjected to 3 major tests at this stage:

 (a)Psychological Test,

(b) Group Task ,and

(c ) Interview (Personality test).

The Final Selection of candidates will be conducted tentatively from Feb – Apr 2023.All documents/certificates verified during PSB are also required to be produced in originals during FSB selection process. Board conference will be held on the last day out of 5-day process and thereafter recommended candidates are sent for Stage-IV i.e. Special medical examination process.

Stage – 4: Medical Examination

The candidates who clear Stage-III named as FSB are required to undergo a special medical examination at Base Hospital, New Delhi. Candidates who are declared unfit in Special Medical Board (SMB) are included in the merit list, because the candidates who are declared unfit in SMB have the liberty to appeal for the verdict and will report for appeal medicals at designated service hospital within 42 days of completion of SMB.




Stage – 5: Induction

The candidates who will clear Stage – IV and stand in All India Merit List as per the vacancies available will be only provisionally selected for further training and will be required to report at INA Ezhimala for Naval Orientation Course (NOC) as per the instructions followed.


Stage – 6: Result Declaration

The result of each stage of the selection procedure from Stage-I to Stage-V can be accessed by the login ID to the candidates account on ICG website.


 We, here, extensively train candidates for the ICG (PSB+FSB) Interview by providing detailed insight to this Interview Process. Students from our coaching center have secured selections into ICG,BSF, CISF, ITBP, CRPF, SSB, NSG and AR.

           We have the most experienced team of officers including EX-interviewing Officers who ensure that candidates must get more than enough written as well as physical training for the defense exams through various ground level training facilities which is present in our coaching.

We, here at MKC, provide an infrastructure and atmosphere much & better aligned with your ICG (PSB+FSB) exam preparation till the interview stage. We will provide a much stimulating environment which will support & strengthen your whole personality as required by ICG.

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