Indian Coast Guard 2022 Exam Pattern: Check Section Wise Details for Navik (DB & GD)/ Yantrik Posts

ICG 2022: The Indian Coast Guard is inviting online applications from male Indian citizens to fill up 322 vacancies of Navik (General Duty), Navik (Domestic Branch), and Yantrik posts. Candidates can apply for ICG 2022 from 4th January 2022 to 14th January 2022. Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria will undergo ICG 2022 Selection Process which includes Stage-I, II, III, & IV. Candidates will have to appear for the Stage I Written Exam to proceed for further stages. The Indian Coast Guard 2022 Stage I Written Exam will include questions from Maths, Science, English, Reasoning, GK, Physics, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering in section-wise exam pattern as per the post applied for. In this article, we have shared the latest exam pattern in detail (section-wise exam details, subject-wise weightage, passing marks) for ICG 2022 Stage I Written Exam.

Indian Coast Guard 2022 Important Dates

ICG 2022 Event

Important Dates

Online Application Start Date

4th January 2022 (11 am)

Online Application Last Date

14th January 2022 (5 pm)

ICG Admit Card 2022

2 to 3 days before the Exam

ICG Stage I Result

Tentatively within 30 Days after Exam

ICG Training (Navik GD) and Yantrik

August 2022

ICG Training (Navik DB)

October 2022

Indian Coast Guard 2022 Tentative Exam Dates

Cadre

Stage I

Stage II

Stage III & IV

Navik (GD)

Mid/End March 2022

Mid/End May 2022

Early August 2022

Navik (DB)

Mid/End March 2022

Mid/End May 2022

Early October 2022

Yantrik

Mid/End March 2022

Mid/End May 2022

Early August 2022

Indian Coast Guard 2022 Exam Pattern

The selection process in the ICG 2022 comprises Stage-I, II, III & IV. Stage I includes a written test as per the post applied for in the exam. Below we have shared the detailed exam pattern of Stage I for the Navik (DB), Navik (GD), Yantrik (Electrical), Yantrik (Electronics), Yantrik (Mechanical) posts including the name of exams, details of the exams, passing marks, and subject-wise allocation of questions.

Stage I Written Exam Details (Post Wise)

Post Applied

Written Test

Passing Marks

Remarks

Navik (DB)

Section I

30 (UR/EWS/OBC) and 27 (SC/ST)

Navik (GD)

Section I + II

30+20=50 (UR/EWS/OBC) and 27+17=44 (SC/ST)

Passing in Section I and II separately is compulsory

Yantrik (Electrical)

Section I + III

30+20=50 (UR/EWS/OBC) and 27+17=44 (SC/ST)

Passing in Section I and III separately is compulsory

Yantrik (Electronics)

Section I + IV

30+20=50 (UR/EWS/OBC) and 27+17=44 (SC/ST)

Passing in Section I and IV separately is compulsory

Yantrik (Mechanical)

Section I + V

30+20=50 (UR/EWS/OBC) and 27+17=44 (SC/ST)

Passing in Section I and V separately is compulsory

Stage I Written Exam Details (Section Wise)

Name of Exam

Details of Exam

Subject wise Allocation of Questions

Passing Marks

Syllabus

Section I

Maximum Marks (60)

Time (45 mins)

Total Number of Questions (60)

Maths (20)

Science (10)

English (15)

Reasoning (10)

GK (5)

30 (UR/EWS/OBC)

27 (SC/ST)

Class 10th

Section II

Maximum Marks (50)

Time (30 mins)

Total Number of Questions (50)

Maths (25)

Physics (25)

20 (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 (SC/ST)

Class 12th Maths & Physics

Section III

Maximum Marks (50)

Time (30 mins)

Total Number of Questions (50)

Electrical Engineering (50)

20 (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 (SC/ST)

Diploma Level Electrical Engineering

Section IV

Maximum Marks (50)

Time (30 mins)

Total Number of Questions (50)

Electronics Engineering (50)

20 (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 (SC/ST)

Diploma Level Electronics Engineering

Section V

Maximum Marks (50)

Time (30 mins)

Total Number of Questions (50)

Mechanical Engineering (50)

20 (UR/EWS/OBC)

17 (SC/ST)

Diploma Level Mechanical Engineering

NOTE:

(i) The question paper for Section I, II, III, IV & V will be objective type with four options. The candidate has to choose the correct option.  There is no negative marking in the written examination test.

(ii) Tie-Breaking Rule in Merit -In case of two or more candidates having the same marks in stage I, then the tie will be broken in steps as follows (wherever tie is broken next stage will not be proceeded):

(a) Candidate scoring more marks in Section – I {applicable only for Navik (GD) and Yantrik and not for Navik (DB)}

(b) Candidate scoring more aggregate percentage in qualifying exam (10th class for Navik (DB), 12th Class for Navik (GD), and Diploma for Yantrik) as per the post applied. The aggregate percentage (calculated upto 3 decimal places without rounding off) as recorded and considered by the Board of Education for calculation of aggregate percentage and submitted by the candidate in the online application.

(c) Candidates older in age will be higher in merit.

(iii) Based on the performance in the Computer Based Online Examination (Stage I), a merit list will be prepared and an E-admit card for Stage II.

Indian Coast Guard 2022 Syllabus Detailed Section-wise for Navik (DB & GD)/ Yantrik Posts

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