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Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Recruitment by Indian Coast Guard.

Recruitment by Indian Coast Guard. 





Post: Naval General Duty

 Qualification: 12 passes (Maths and Physics)

Navic Domestic Branch

 Qualification: 10 passes


 Mechanical (Electrical / Mechanical / Electronic / Telecommunication)

Qualification: 10 Pass + Diploma

 Age: 18 to 22 years

 Form start date  : 04/01/2022

 Last date  : 14/01/2022

 Required documents

 Photo / Signature

 aadhar card

 Qualified marksheet

 Email ID

 Mobile number


Interim Coast Guard formed on February, 1977
Seated (L to R) Lt Cdr Dutt, Cmde Sarathy,
Vice Adm V.A.Kamath,
Cdr Bhanot and Mr. Varadan
Standing (L to R) Mr. Sandhu, Mr.Jain, Mr. Pillai,
Mr. Malhotra and Mr. Sastri
Safety and Protection in Indian Waters
Ever since the 1960's, the Indian Navy had been requesting the Government of India for setting up an auxiliary service for Maritime Law Enforcement and undertaking "Safety and Protection" tasks in Indian waters. Deployment of sophisticated and high-value naval warships and assets was clearly not an optimal alternative for these tasks. In due course, this logic of the Navy was accepted by the Government, especially due to the fact that by the early 1970's, three other important factors contributed to the rationale for the early institution of a 'Coast Guard service.

Sea-borne smuggling across the seas was rampant and threatened the nation's economy. The existing maritime agencies such as the Customs and the Fisheries Department did not have the capability to contain this large-scale smuggling activity, and intercept illegal vessels even within territorial waters. Against this backdrop, the Nag Committee was set up in 1970, to examine the growing menace of smuggling The Committee recommended the need for a separate marine force to deal with smuggling activities.

In 1972, the United Nations Convention on the Laws of the Sea (UNCLOS) awarded Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ) to all coastal states Thereafter the Union of India, enacted the Maritime Zones of India Act 1976. to claim sovereign rights over the vast sea area of the Exclusive Economic Zone. In one stroke, India acquired 2.01 million sq kms of ocean for extensive exploitation of all living and non-living resources, and this vast area clearly needed to be policed.





 

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