Indian Coast Guard 2022 Stage I Result Announced for 02/2022 Batch; Check Details Here
Indian Coast Guard (ICG) has announced ICG result 2022 for CGEPT 02/2022 batch. To check result, candidates need to enter email ID and password.
Indian Coast Guard 2022 Stage I Result Announced for 02/2022 Batch
Indian Coast Guard (ICG) has announced ICG result 2022 for CGEPT 02/2022 batch. The stage I result has been declared for the post of Navik (General Duty), Navik (Domestic Branch), Yantrik (Mechanical), Yantrik (Electrical), Yantrik (Electronics) for 02/2022 Batch. Candidates can download ICG CGPET Result 2022 by login into their account. To check result, candidates need to enter email ID and password.
Candidates who qualified in the exam will be shown the message "Congratulations…!! You are shortlisted for Stage II".
How to Check Indian Coast Guard 2022 Result for 02/2022 Batch?
The steps to check Indian Coast Guard 2022 Result for 02/2022 Batch are given below:
- Go to the official website of ICG - joinindiancoastguard.cdac.in
- Click on 'Join ICG as Enrolled Personnel (CGEPT)’ link
- Click on ‘CGEPT 02/2022 batch Result has been declared and is available for viewing through individual login click here
- Download ICG Result PDF and click on 'Click here for Result of ICG CGEPT 02/2022'
- Enter email ID and password
- Download Indian Coast Guard Yantrik/Navik Result 2022
Check result here-https://cgept.cdac.in/icgreg/candidate/login
Indian Coast Guard Selection Process
The Stage II exam consist of Physical Fitness Test (PFT), Document Verification (DV) and Initial Medicals Examination (IME). The details regarding the ICG Yantrk/Navik Stage 2 will be announced in due course. Shortlisted will be required to upload additional documents as prescribed by the examination authority. E-admit card for Stage-II will not be generated till the additional documents are uploaded by the candidates within a time period. The duration of Stage-II will be held for 1 to 2 days. Stage-II is qualifying in nature i.e. either pass or fail. A total of 322 vacancies will be filled by the Indian Coast Guard for Yantrik and Navik Posts.
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