Indian Coast Guard has recently declared Stage I exam results for Navik General Duty, Navik Domestic Branch and Yantrik (Electrical/ Electronics/ Mechanical). Aspirants who appeared for the Stage I CBT exam can check their Indian Coast Guard Result 2021 from joinindiancoast.guard.gov.in. As the result is declared via login so candidates should keep their registered email address and password ready.
The ICG – CGEPT 02/2021 Results were updated on the Indian Coast Guard website on May 07, 2021. The official body has asked students to check their Indian Coast Guard result 02/2021 through joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in. Candidates will get the result link under the ‘news/announcement’ section. Thereafter, they are directed to the login page. Here, aspirants have to enter the registered email address and password to check the results.
Moreover, ICG has discussed certain result guidelines in CGEPT 02/2021 Result pdf. If the candidate’s results state “Candidate shortlisted for Stage-II” then such candidates are shortlisted for the Stage II exam. However, marks for such candidates will not be displayed. Those who are not shortlisted for Stage-II can check their marks and cut-off marks (as per category). The results for absentee will not be displayed. Candidate’s whose candidature was cancelled due to malpractice will not be able to check their results.
Shortlisted candidates can start their preparations for the Stage II exam now. It must be noted that the e-admit card for the Stage-II exam will be issued as per the availability of vacancies and ratio defined by ICG. Applicants are required to upload certain documents before appearing for Stage-II. This stage takes place for 01-02 days. This stage includes a qualifying test. Candidates either pass the exam on the spot or sent back home if unable to complete it.
Stage-II includes tests such as Physical Fitness Round (PFT), Document Verification (DV), re-assessment of inconsistent performers, and initial medical test. In the PFT round (Pass/ Fail), candidates have to perform a 1.6 Km run completed in 7 minutes, 20 Squat ups (Uthak Baithak) and 10 Push-up. All these three tasks should be completed in continuity. Any break between these tasks will lead to failing the PFT. Qualifying students then have to appear for the DV round (Pass/ Fail). Here, aspirants have to produce original documents for verification. The details marked by students in the application form will be matched with those available on the documents.
After DV round re-assessment of inconsistent performers (Pass/ Fail) is done. Inconsistent Performers are those candidates whose percentage in the CBT is 30% or more than the percentage secured in the diploma/qualifying board. There will be additional written exam for such candidates. The last and final round is the initial medical exam (Pass/ Fail). The medical officer may declare a candidate as permanently unfit or temporarily unfit. Candidates can appeal medical within 21 days if they are declared “permanently unfit” or within 42 days if declared temporarily unfit.