CISF Recruitment 2019: Vacancy for 429 Head Constable posts; check application process, vacancy details here
Notification to fill 429 vacancies for the post of Head Constable has been issued by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).
CISF Recruitment 2019 – Vacancy Details:
Direct Male - 328
Direct Female - 37
LDCE - 64
The applicant must be Intermediate or Senior Secondary School Certificate (10+2) passed or its equivalent from a recognized education board or University.
The applicant must fulfil the gender-wise physical standards requisite for the post.
For direct open market candidates, the applicant must fall in the age bracket of 18 to 25 years as on 20th February 2019. Age relaxation rules apply as stated in the official advertisement given below.
Candidates will undergo a series of rounds during the selection process viz Height Bar Test (HBT), Physical Standard Test (PST), Document Verification, Written Test, Skill Test (Typewriting) and Medical Examination.
Candidates will be able to submit their applications in online mode only. The application process will be carried on csifrectt.in from 21 st January 2019 to 20th February 2019.
General and OBC Male candidates are required to pay an application fee of Rs. 100/-
Women, Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and Ex-servicemen category candidates are exempted from paying the application fee.
Official Advertisement for CISF Recruitment 2019 for 429 Head Constable Posts
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