Indian Coast Guard Exam Pattern 2014 Details of Exam Pattern and Syllabus
Indian Coast Guard of India every year announces recruitment of eligible applicants in the post of Assistant Commandants through written exam and medical tests respectively. Those candidates who are interested to apply and prepare for the concerned exam can go through the detailed exam pattern and selection process for the concerned recruitment exam from the information as given here below.
Name of Exam: Assistant Commandants Recruitment Exam
Conducting Authority: Indian Coast Guard of India
There will be two stages namely –Written Exam and Medical Exam respectively conducted in the following manner:
1. Preliminary Selection Stage-
It consists of the following tests to be conducted: MAT (Mental Ability Test), PP & DT (Picture Perception and Discussion Test).
2. Final Selection Stage-
It consists of the following main tests namely- Psychological Test, Group Testing & Interview and PABT (for GD Pilots only) and Medical Examination respectively.
1. MAT (Mental Ability Test):
This paper shall include objective type questions on General Awareness and Reasoning both Verbal and Non Verbal types for the candidates to be solved in the given time frame.
2. Picture Perception and Discussion Test:
This shall include questions like showing a picture for 30 seconds and identifying the picture and then writing a story in 4 minutes on the same picture as per your perception for it. This shall be followed by a Group Discussion which will be done on the stories written by each candidate for the picture perception.
3. TAT (Thematic Appreciation Test):
This comes under the psychological tests as conducted for the final selection of the candidates. It will include questions on picture story writing. There will be 12 slides shown to the applicants for 30 seconds each which will decide the story for the candidates.
4. WAT (Word Association Test):
Under this test, 60 words are shown in quick succession for 15 seconds. The applicants are required to write about their thoughts in one single line or sentence.
5. SD (Self- Description Test):
Under this exam, the candidates will have to describe their own self through a passage.
These are some of the main tests that are included under the Assistant Commandants Recruitment Exam. The candidates should qualify in all the above stated exams to qualify in the final selection for this post.
Get more details on the Indian Coast Guard Exam Pattern from the official website links as given below.