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BSF jobs 2016: The last date to submit application form is 15 July, 2016

By: Express Web Desk |
Updated: April 15, 2016 12:55:47 pm

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BSF recruitment 2016: The exam will be conducted on September 25, 2016

The Border Security Force (BSF) has invited eligible candidates for the posts of Assistant Sub Inspector and Head Constable Post. The last date to submit application form is 15 July, 2016.

The exam will be conducted on 25 September, 2016.

Eligibility:
Age limit: 18 to 25 years for general category, 18-28 for OBC, 18-30 for SC/ST category.
Height: For male: 168 cm
For female: 157 cm

ViewPHOTOS: Top government jobs to apply in March-April 2016

Assistant Sub Inspector (Radio Mechanic)

Matric with three-year Diploma in Radio and TV Technology or 10+2 or Intermediate or equivalent with aggregate marks of 50 per cent with selective subject being Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognised Board or University or Institution.

Number of posts: 152

Head Constable (Radio Operator)

Matriculation or equivalent and two-year Industrial Training Institute Certificate in Radio and TV or Electronics or Intermediate or 10+2 or equivalent with physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognised Board or Institution

Number of posts: 470

Pay scale: Rs 5200- 20,200 + grade pay of Rs 2,400 per month.

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