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Indian Coast Guard (Asst Store keeper, MTS & Driver) 2015

Indian Coast Guard recruitment 2015

Position: Asst Store keeper, MTS & Driver
Eligibility: 10th
Location: Gujarat
Last Date: 15-Apr
Job Details
Post Name :  1. Assistant Store Keeper’: 03 Posts 2. MTS’: 02 Posts 3. Engine Driver: 01 Posts
Qualification/Educational Criteria : Candidates who wish to apply for this post must posess the following skill and criteria : Qualified Matriculation (10th) / Certificate of Company of Engine Drive / equivalent qualification from any recognized Board / College Govt. of India.
No of Post : 06
Age Limit(in yrs) :Candidates who are appearing for this post should have the age of 18 to 27 years for Sr. No. 1 & 3 and 18 to 30 years.
Pay Scale/Salary(in Rs.) :Selected candidates would be eligible to get the pay scale of around Rs.5,200 to 20,200/- Per Month.
Mode of Selection : Selection candidates will be called for Written Examination or Interview.
How To Apply
All interestd aspirants can submit their applications in prescribed format along with duly attested xerox copies of all educational, technical, caste and experience certificates, 02 recent passport size photographs with full bio data as in the notification must be sent by ordinary post to
The Commander,
Coast Guard Region (North-West),
Post Box No.-09,
Gandhinagar, Gujarat-382010
Closing date to receipt application on or before 15th April 2015.

About Indian Coast Guard
The Indian Coast Guard formerly known as ICG is the fourth branch of the armed force of India. Its mission is the protection of India’s maritime interests and enforcement of maritime law, with jurisdiction over the territorial waters of India, including its contiguous zone and exclusive economic zone. ICG was formally established on 18/08/1978 as an armed force of the Union (aka BSF, ITBP, CISF) by the Coast Guard Act, 1978. It operates under the Ministry of Defence. The Coast Guard works in close cooperation with the Indian Navy, Department of Fisheries, Department of Revenue (Customs) and the Central and State police forces.

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