Indian Coast Guard Admit card 2023: Indian Coast Guard issued the ICG Navik admit cards 2023 and Stage I admit cards 2023 on November 11. Details of the exam centre address have been made available in the hall ticket.
The Indian Coast Guard has released the admit card and announced the dates of the Stage I ICG exams. Candidates have not been notified by SMS or email regarding the ICG Navik admit card dates. The Stage I exam city has been released.
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Indian Coast Guard Admit Card 2023 Dates
ICG will issue the Indian Coast Guard Admit Card 2022 to all aspirants who submitted the online application and are scheduled to appear at the examination.
|Indian Coast Guard Navik Events||Indian Coast Guard Navik Dates|
|Indian Coast Guard Navik Admit card for Stage I||11-Nov-2022|
|Stage I exam||Mid/End Nov 2022|
|Stage II exam||Mid/ End Jan 2023|
|Stage III exam||End Apr/Early May 2023|
How to Download Indian Coast Guard Admit Card?
Download the Indian Coast Guard Admit Card at least 10 days prior to the exam. The ICG admit card 2023 can be accessed between 72 and 48 hours prior to the exam.
Official website will have details about the Indian Coast Guard Assistant Commandant 2023 exam and information about the centre. To access the details, candidates will need to enter the required credentials.
- Step 1: Visit the Indian Coast Guard official website – www.joinindiancoastguard.gov.in
- Step 2: Now, Go to the login page
- Step 3: Enter your email ID, password, and correct captcha code
- Step 4: Now, Indian Coast Guard Navik admit card will appear on the screen
- Step 5: Download the admit card and take its print-out
Details on Indian Coast Guard 2023 Admit Card
- Exam Name
- Candidate Name
- Candidate’s Scanned Photograph and Signature
- Father’s Name or Mother’s Name
- Roll Number
- Exam Time
- Exam Date
- Date of Birth
- Exam Center
- Important Instructions for the Exam
- Signature of the Exam Counsellor
Documents to be Carried with ICG Admit Card
The required Documents to be Carried with Indian Coast Guard Admit Card are stated below.
- An Original Valid Photo Identity Proof
- Photocopy of the Photo Identity Proof
- Two recent Passport size Colour Photographs (same as the one uploaded during the Indian coast guard application)
Candidates must bring any one of the following documents as photo identity proofs.
- Aadhar Card
- PAN Card
- Voter Card
- Permanent Driving License
- Ration Card
Indian Coast Guard Exam Centre
On the Indian Coast Guard Exam Centre hall ticket, you will find information about the Indian Coast Guard exam centers 2023. Indian Coast Guard Navik exam takes place in multiple cities and exam centres spread across nine zones.
When filling out the Stage-I or II application forms, candidates must indicate five preferred Indian Coast Guard exam centers.
Here are the zone-wise exam centres of the Indian Coast Guard exam which are given below.
|NorthWest Zone||Gandhi Nagar|
|A&N Zone||Port Blair|
Indian Coast Guard Exam Centre Guidelines
Candidates should follow the guidelines given below while appearing for the exam:
- Reach the exam centres well in advance. Candidates have to get their documents verified before the commencement of the exam
- Bring all the documents in original along with a photocopy, also carry photographs in the prescribed size and format
- The use of mobile phones and any other modern electronic devices are strictly prohibited inside exam centres. Possession of such things will be considered adopting unfair means Candidature of those candidates will be canceled
- Candidates have to go through frisking before entering the exam venue
- No request regarding change in exam centres will be accepted by ICG
Indian Coast Guard Admit Card 2023 Important Points
- The Candidates must carry 3 hard copies of the E-admit card. E-admit cards have to be pre-filled and candidates have to attach photographs to them
- Read the instructions given in the Indian Coast Guard Navik Admit Card carefully. Bring all the documents mentioned on the admit card
- Search the Indian Coast Guard Navik (GD and DB) exam centre the day before the exam to avoid any hassle on the exam day
- Carry a ballpoint Pen (Blue or Black) for self-use
- Don’t carry any such things which are prohibited inside exam centres