CISF Head Constable recruitment 2019: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) invited applications for the posts of Head Constable (General Duty). There are 300 vacant posts under sports quota, and the female candidates can also apply for the posts.
Interested aspirants have to visit the official website- cisfrectt.in and read the instructions carefully. The selected candidates will be on the pay scale between Rs 25,500 to 81,100.
The age of the candidates should be between 18 to 23 years as on August 1, 2019. The reserved category candidates will get relaxation as mentioned in the official notification.
CISF Head Constable recruitment 2019: Eligibility criteria
Educational qualification: The candidates should possess a class 12 pass certificate from a recognised institution. The candidates need to represent the state or country in sports and athletics.
Age limit: The upper age limit of the candidates should not cross 23 years as on August 1, 2019. The reserved category candidates belonging to the SC/ ST will get an age relaxation of 5 years, 3 years for the other backward class (OBC) category candidates.
Pay scale: The selected candidates will be in the pay matrix level- 4. The pay scale will be between Rs 25,500 to 81,100.
Selection process: The candidates will be selected on the basis of the trial tests. Those who qualified in the trial test will be put through the proficiency test of 40 marks.
The final selection of candidates will be made after medical examination and document verification.
How to apply:
The application process will be closed on December 17. The interested candidates from North East region can apply till December 24, 2019 (5 pm). Interested candidates can apply through the website- cisf.gov.in.
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