Head Constable/GD,Constable / GD, Jobs & Vacancy in Judicial at Central Reserve Police Force, Delhi Jun 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from the Male/Female citizens of India to fill up vacancies of Head Constable/GD & Constable/GD in Central Reserve Police Force against Sports Quota.
Head Constable/GD : 191 posts in various Sports disciplines, Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200 plus Grade Pay of Rs. 2400, Age : 40 years.
Constable / GD : 675 posts in in various Sports disciplines, Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200 plus Grade Pay of Rs. 2000, Age : 40 years.
Age : 18-23 years as on 01/08/2012.
Sports disciplines :govt jobs
Archery (Men & Women) 45, Athletics (Men & Women) 109, Body Building (Men) 10, Boxing (Men) 40, Gymnastics (Men) 33, Judo (Men & Women) 37, Karate (Men) 15, Rowing, Kayaking & Canoeing (Men & Women) 51, Shooting (Men & Women) 19, Swimming (Men & Women) 80, Taekwondo (Men & Women) 22, Weightlifting (Men & Women) 66, Wrestling (Free Style & Greco Roman) (Men) 55, Wushu (Men & Women) 35, Basket ball (Men) 35, Football (Men) 51, Handball (Men) 40, Hockey (Men) 45, Kabaddi (Men) 38, Volleyball (Men) 40
How to Apply : Applications in the prescribed format should reach at the following address – The DIG (Sports), Directorate General (Training Branch), CRPF, East Block-10, Level-7, R.K. Puram, New Delhi – 110066 super scribing on the envelope “APPLICATION FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF SPORTSPERSON IN CRPF AGAINST SPORTS QUOTA”-
a) On appointment, the candidates shall be governed by the CRPF Act, 1949and CRPF Rules, 1955 as well as all such Govt instructions/rules asapplicable.
b) Govt shall not be responsible for damage/injury or loss to theindividual, if any, sustained during the Trials/Journey.
c) Candidates should come duly prepared to stay at their own arrangementsfor the purpose of recruitment.
d) Candidates will have to appear for selection test at their own expensesand risk and no TA/ DA will be admissible.
e) Each candidate has to qualify the qualitative requirement prescribed foreach rank and events during the trial/ test at the time of recruitment.
f) The standard of candidates in their respective sports/ events will beascertained on the basis of merit drawn after taking into considerationof last 03 years achievements.
g) Preferences will be given to those candidates who have won medals forthe country in the recognized current International sports competitionsor have won Gold/ Silver medals in Senior National/ National Gamesduring the year 2009, 2010 & 2011.
h) Final selection of the sportsperson will be done on the basis of theirsports achievements, educational qualifications & qualitativerequirement prescribed for recruitment of sportsmen. The decision ofRecruitment Board with regard to matters connected with this recruitmentwill be final in all respects and no further correspondence will be madewith the rejected applications for the recruitment.
i) All eligible candidates will be duly informed about the date and venueof the recruitment by post.
j) The candidate finally selected for appointment shall be subjected tochest x-ray, pathological and other required test.
k) The candidates on appointment will have to undergo prescribed basictraining at Training Institutions of CRPF.
Tentative Last Date: 15-07-2012
About the organization:
The Central Reserve Police Force came into existence as Crown Representative’s Police on 27th July 1939. It became the Central Reserve Police Force on enactment of the CRPF Act on 28th December 1949. It has completed 60 years of glorious history. The Force has grown into a big organization with 207 Bn, (including 181 executive Bns, 2 Mahila Bns, 10 RAF Bns, 6 CoBRA Bns, 2 DM (NDRF) Bns, 5 Signal Bns and 1 Special Duty Group), 37 Group Centres, 11 Training Institutions, 2 CWS, 7 AWS, 3 SWS, 4 Composite Hospitals of 100 bed and 17 Composite Hospitals of 50 bed.The journey to Hot Springs in Ladakh is a pilgrimage for every policemen in the country. For Dy.S.P .Karam Singh and his twenty dedicated compatriots of the CRPF patrolling the Indian territory at the Hot Springs in Ladakh, 21st October 1959 was like any other day of autumn. At 4,681 meters above the sea level, the mountains stood in silence, till it was broken by the report of guns.The Chinese had attacked the Indian patrol party from a hilltop, killing 10 jawans. The rest were taken prisoners.
Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs
Directorate General, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
Hq. DG CRPF, Block No. 01, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003
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