Assistant Sub-Inspector (Pharmacist-Qualified) ,Assistant Sub-Inspector (Lab Technician) ,Constable (Masalchi), Jobs & Vacancy in Judicial at Border Security Force, Delhi May 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from Indian citizens for appointment for the following para-medical posts in BSF :
Assistant Sub-Inspector (Pharmacist-Qualified) : 31 posts (SC-13, ST-12, OBC-6) , Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs. 2800/-.
Assistant Sub-Inspector (Lab Technician) : 01 post (OBC-1) , Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs. 2800/-.
Constable (Masalchi) : 02 posts (OBC-2) , Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs. 2000/-
Constable (Table Boy) : 01 post (OBC-2) , Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs. 2000/-govt jobs
Constable (Peon) : 02 posts (OBC-2) , Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs. 2000/-
How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format should be sent to the respective IG BSF in different States of India The male candidates applying for the Recruitment should enclose a ‘Postal Order’ or‘Bank Draft’ for Rs.50/- as examination fee to be drawn as per details given at abovepara. SC/ST and Female Candidates are exempted from the examination fee.The appointment will be subject to the conditions that the candidates are medicallyas well as physically fit. The selected candidates will have to undergo BasicTraining at any of the Training Institutions of BSF. The services of thosecandidates who fail to complete the training successfully are liable to beterminated.
(a) The application form (Annexure ‘A’) must be filled by the candidate in his/herown handwriting / typewritten. Correction, if any, should be legible and attested bythe candidate.
(b) Applications, which are not on prescribed format or not accompanied by therequired enclosures or incomplete or defective shall be summarily rejected. Norepresentation or correspondence regarding such rejection shall be entertainedunder any circumstances.
(c) Applications received after closing date and any enquiry in this regard will not beentertained by the Selection Board.
(d) The envelope containing the application must be superscripted in bold letters as“APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF ASSTT. SUB INSPECTOR (PHARMACIST)
(e) Candidate serving in Government/Semi Government/Public Sector undertakingsshould apply through proper channel. No objection certificate from their employerwill be required to be submitted at the time of personal interview.
(f) Candidates are not required to submit any original certificates in support to theirclaims. They should ensure they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for admission tothe tests and interview. If on verification at a later stage it is found that they do notfulfill any of the eligibility conditions, their candidature will be cancelled by theSelection Board.
(g) Candidates are informed that written examination is only a preliminary test forscreening and short listing. No result of any of the tests will be supplied to thecandidates and no correspondence will be entertained by the Board in this regard.
(h) All eligible candidates who apply in response to this advertisement before theclosing date will be assigned Registration/Roll Numbers. They will becommunicated through Admit Cards for appearing in the selection process.
(j) The recruitment board shall not be liable for any claim arising out of any injury etc.suffered during the tests. The decision of the recruitment board shall be final in allmatters connected with this recruitment
(k) The candidates called for interview and detailed medical examination will not bepaid any TA/DA. However, under the provisions contained in GOI’s Order No. 4below SR 132 relating to the grant of traveling allowance to SC/ST candidatescalled for interview
Tentative Last Date: 25-06-2012
About the organization:
On 1st Nov’ 2011, I took the charge as DG BSF. I feel privileged and proud, to have been given the honour of commanding this elite force of 169 Battalions, which has its own Air and Water Wings, Artillery Regiments and can rightly boast of its Training Institutes. The force which grew from 25 Battalions in the year 1965 is presently the largest Border Guarding force of the world.Since its inception, the BSF has played a key role in nation’s security. The rich & valiant contribution of BSF during the Indo-Pak war of 1971, in fighting insurgency & militancy in Punjab, J & K and North- East and recently in the areas affected by Left Wing Extremism not only highlights the glorious past but encourages us to strive for greater heights in future. The days ahead are full of challenges and we should be ready to thwart the nefarious threats from antinational elements. I am sure, with our determined & dedicated efforts we will rise to the challenges and will continue to serve the Nation with utmost sincerity & dedication.The key to success of a force with such vast responsibilities as the BSF is patriotism, integrity and commitment to give the best possible performance by each member of the force.
Government of India
Ministry of Home Affairs
Directorate General Border Security Force (BSF)
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