02-05-2015, 02:59 PM
Government of India has announced a recruitment drive bigger year. Under the Union Ministry, more than 62,000 men and women were employed as guards in paramilitary organizations and police stations. It is considered as one of the largest recruitment drives where candidates were hired by central forces like CRPF, BSF, ITBP, SSB, CISF, NIA and SSF.
"This is one of the largest recruitment drives held by the central government for the recruitment of the allied forces and other paramilitary groups. The large-scale recruitment is made taking into account an increasing role of these forces and the growth number of battalions sanctioned by these forces in the recent past, "said an officer of the Ministry.
The tests performed for all emails will be conducted by staff selection Commission (SSC), the official added. The SSC will conduct a review of three levels to these places scenarios were physical tests, written tests and medical efficiency. Candidates who have passed class X and are comprised between 18-23 years of age are eligible.
Vacancies for different forces:
Central Forces Number of vacancies
Central Reserve Police Force 24,588
Border Security Force 22,517
National Investigation Agency (NIA) 86
Central Industrial Security Force 5,000
Sashastra Seema Bal 6,224
Indo-Tibetan Border Police 3,101
Assam Rifles 600
Secretariat Security Force 274
As said by an official "The final recruitments will be done by October this year and it is expected that those hired would be sent for training to the respective forces by early next year,".
Besides the reservation for SC/ST and OBC candidates, relaxation of applicable age has been made for the children and dependents of the victims of 2002 Gujarat riots and 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Out of the total 62,390 posts on offer, about 16 per cent or a total of 8,533 are reserved for women candidates.
The expected salary for those hired would be around Rs 20,200 apart from other salary benefits that the government extends to all the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs).