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Indian Coast Guard requires qualified candidates for following vacancies.

Job Details
Post: Assistant Commandant

Name of the Branch:
1. General Duty
2. General Duty (Pilot)
3. General Duty (Navigator/ Observer)
4. General Duty (Women-SSA)
5. Technical (Electrical/ Electronics)
6. Commercial Pilot License-SSA
7. Technical (Mechanical/ Aeronautical)

Age Limit: Candidates should born between 01-07-1991 to 30-06-1995 for post 1, 5, 7, 01-07-1991 to 30-06-1997 for post 2, 3, 4 (both dates inclusive). Age relaxation is applicable for OBC/ ST/ SC as per government rules.

Eligibility: Graduation with minimum 60% marks in aggregate for post 1, 2, 3, 4, Engineering degree in Mechanical/ Marine/ Electrical/ Electronics/ Telecommunication with 60% marks in aggregate for post 5, 7.

How To Apply
Eligible candidates should apply online through the given website before 10 June 2015.

Important Dates:
Last date of Online Application: 10-06-2015.
Download of Admit Cards: From 16-06-2015 to 26-06-2015.

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