Indian Coast Guard Syllabus 2016 Yantrik, Navik (GD, DB), AC Download


Indian Coast Guard Syllabus

Applicants if you are looking for Indian Coast Guard Syllabus 2016 for Yantrik, Navik (GD/DB), AC post, they can download complete syllabus through this page.Indian Coast Guard recruits eligible aspirants for the post of Group ‘A’ Gazetted Officer in the rank of Assistant Commandant. 
Indian Coast Guard Syllabus

Aspirants who want to achieve their goal, they must have to do lots of hard work. Before the examination every candidate must have Exam syllabus, so for your convenience we are providing syllabus in the below section of this page.

The selection procedure for this exam consists of following stages:
  • PSB Preliminary Selection Examination
  • Final Selection
  • PABT for Pilots
  • Medical Examination

Indian Coast Guard Syllabus 

Preliminary Selection Exam PSB:

PSB consists of the following tests-
  • Mental Ability Test
  • PP & DT Picture Perception and Discussion Test

Final Selection:

Final Selection will be based on following tests:
  • Psychologist test
  • Group Testing
  •  Interview (Personality test)
  • PABT for Pilots Only

MAT (Mental Ability Test)

Mat consist of following two sections-
  • General Awareness
  • Test of Reasoning (Verbal & Non Verbal Reasoning)

Picture Perception and Discussion Test

In this test, a hazy picture is shown for about 30 seconds and each candidate has to write a story in about 4 minutes about what he had perceived from the picture. Then a Group discussion is held in which each candidate discusses his story.

Psychological Tests are the ones given below:

(I) Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) - 12 Pictures including one blank are shown for 30 sec each. Candidates are asked to write a story around the situation of picture in 4 min. In the blank slide, they have to think a picture of their own choice and write a story accordingly.

(II)Word Association Test (WAT) - In this test, a series of 60 words are shown to the candidates one after another for 15 seconds each. The candidate is required to write a sentence on that word

(III)Situation Reaction Test (SRT) -  This test consists of 60 routine life situations on which and the candidate is asked to write his reactions by completing the sentences, as to how they would feel, think and act if they are in same situation.


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