Indian Coast Guard - Exam Important Dates, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Pattern, Exam Syllabus - 2022


Indian Coast Guard Navik (General Duty/Domestic Branch) and Yantrik- 2022, Important Dates, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, Syllabus, and vacancies details

Indian coast Guard, an Armed Force of Union, recruits Navik (General Duty/ Domestic Branch) and Yantrik. Indian Coast Guard examination is conducted for the recruitment of Navik (GD/DB) and Yantrik. This test is one of the best ways for young aspirants looking for an opportunity to join the Indian Coast Guard. Eligible and Interested candidates can apply on the official website of the Indian Coast Guard i.e.,

Indian Coast Guard examination-2022, Important Dates

Exam event Important Dates
Date of Release of notification 21st December 2021
Date of Online application 05th -19th January 2022
Admit Card 10 days before exam
Date of Written Exam March 2022
Result Within 20 days after the commencement of the exam

Indian Coast Guard examination-2022, Eligibility Criteria

Indian Citizen having the following minimum qualifications are eligible to apply

Age: Male Indian citizen, 18-22 years candidates are eligible to apply.

Navik (GD) and Yantrik: Candidates born between 01st August 2001 to 31st July 2005

Navik (DB): Candidates born between 01st October 2001 to 30th September 2005 are eligible.

Note: Upper age relaxation of 05 years for ST/SC and 03 years for OBC (non-creamy) candidate is applicable only if posts are reserves for them.

Educational Qualification

Post Educational Qualification
Navik (General Duty) Passed 12th with Mathematics and Physics from a recognized education board by Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE)
Navik (Domestic Branch) Passed 10th from a recognized education board by Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE)
Yantrik Passed 10th from a recognized education board by Council of Boards for School Education (COBSE) and Diploma in Electrical/ Mechanical/ Electronics and Telecommunication (Radio/ Power) Engineering approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE)

Physical Fitness test:

To appear in Physical Fitness Test, candidates must have cleared the computer-based examination. For the PFT, candidates must perform the following tasks.

Task Timing
1.6 km 07 minutes
Squats 20 minutes
Push-ups 10 minutes

Medical Standard

Candidates recommended by FSB will undergo Medical examination as per medical standard given in current regulations.

Height: Minimum 157 cm, Relaxation will be given only to the candidates from hilly and tribal areas as per the Central Govt.

Weight: Proportionate to height and age ± 10% acceptable

Chest: Well proportionate, minimum expansion 5 cm

Eyesight: 6/6 6/9 – uncorrected without glasses, 6/6 6/6 – corrected with glasses.


Indian Coast Guard examination-2022, Selection Procedure

Stage-I: Written exam for all the posts.

Stage-II: Shortlisted candidates for the Stage- II (Pass/Fail) will be called for Physical Fitness Test, Document verification, Re-assessment of inconsistent performers, Initial Medical Examination.

Stage-III: An all-India Merit list will be prepared based on performance in Stage-I and Stage-II. Candidates are called for the final Medicals at INS Chilka (Pass/Fail).

Stage-IV: Submission of original document, Police verification and associated forms.

Examination Fee

Candidates except ST/SC, who are exempted from payment of fee are required to Pay a fee of Rs.250/- through online mode by using net banking or by using Visa/Master/ Maestro/ Rupay Debit/ Credit/ UPI.

Note: Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances nor can be held in reserve or any other examination or selection.

Indian Coast Guard examination-2022, Exam Pattern

Exam Mode: Computer-Based exam

Language: English only

There will be no negative marking in the exam.

Indian Coast Guard Navik (GD)-2022, Exam pattern

Subject Total Questions Total Marks Exam Duration
Section 1 45 minutes
Mathematics 20 20
Science 10 10
English 15 15
Reasoning 10 10
General Knowledge 05 05
Total 60 60
Passing marks for Section 1 30 (UR/EWS/OBC category), 27 (for SC/ST category)
Section 2 30 minutes
Mathematics 25 25
Physics 25 25
Total 50 50
Passing Marks for Section 2 20 (UR/EWS/ OBC category), 17 (for SC/ST category)

Indian Coast Guard Navik (DB)-2022, Exam pattern

Subjects No. of Questions Total Marks
Mathematics 20 20
Science 10 10
English 15 15
Reasoning 10 10
General Knowledge 05 05
Total 60 60
Exam Duration 45 minutes
Passing Marks 30 (UR/EWS/ OBC category) 27 (for SC/ST category)

Indian Coast Guard examination-2022, Vacancies

Category wise posts for Navik (GD/DB) and Yantrik - 02/2022 Batch

Navik (GD) 114 33 83 07 23 260
Navik (DB) 22 06 08 03 11 50
Yantrik (Mechanical) 13 03 07 04 04 31
Yantrik (Electrical) 04 01 01 00 01 07
Yantrik (Electronics) 07 00 02 00 01 10

Indian Coast Guard examination-2022, Exam Syllabus

General Knowledge

Current Affair







General Polity Including Indian Constitution

Reasoning Ability


Number Series

Figural Series

Word Building


Embedded Figures


Cubes and Dice

Venn Diagrams

Blood Relations

Verbal Reasoning


Simple Equations

Number System/ HCF/ LCM

Time and Work

Profit and Loss




Data Interpretation


Permutation and Combination

Boats and Streams

Time and Distance


Spotting Error

Fill in the blanks

Sentence Arrangement/Improvement



Idioms and Phrases

One-word Substitution


Thermal engineering

Machining and Machine Tool Operations

Metal Casting

Production Planning and Control

Computer Integrated Manufacturing Design

Inventory Control


Manufacturing Technology

Engineering mechanics and strength of materials

Hydraulics machinery

Industrial engineering



Meteorology and Inspection

Product Design and Development

Fluid Machines

Heat Transfer

Fluid Mechanics

Theory of Machines

Operations Research

Machine Design

Industry Safety


Distribution Network Installation & load studies

Functions of capacitors & reactors

Low Voltage constraint & resolving thereof

Analysis of Dist. Transformers, Meters & Testing

Engineering Topics

Switchgear & protection (MC/LV) & LT Switchgear design and testing

Distribution HT/LT Line parameters

Performance of line fault analysis

Analytical instrumentation.

Power Systems.

Digital Signal Processing.

Computer Control of Processes, Networks.

Measurements, Instrumentation, and Transducers.

Power Electronics and Drives.

Electrical Machines.

Electrical Circuits and Fields.

Industrial Instrumentation.

Digital Electronics.

Communication Engineering.

Present Power Sector scenario in India and others Electrical

Power Engineering

Electronics and Telecommunications

Advanced Electronics Topics

Basic Electrical Engineering

Materials Science

Advanced Communication Topics

Basic Electronics Engineering

Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation

Network Theory

Analog and Digital Circuits

Analog and Digital Communication Systems

Control Systems

Computer Organization and Architecture

Electro Magnetics

Electronic Circuits

Network Analysis

Logic Design

Power Electronics

Engineering Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry

Electrical Power Utilization

Information and Network Security

Field Theory

Introduction to Computer Programming

Transformers and Induction Machines

Signals and Systems

Artificial Neural Networks


Computer Control of Electrical Drives

VLSI Circuits and Design

Electromagnetic Compatibility

Electrical Design, Estimation and Costing

Power System Operation and Control

Power System Analysis and Stability

Electrical Machine Design


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