Specialist Medical Officer ,Medical Officer (Assistant Commandant),Dental Surgeon Medical Officer (Assistant Commandant), Jobs & Vacancy in Health care at Central Reserve Police Force, Delhi Apr 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from Indian Citizens for appointment to Group ‘A’ post of Specialist Medical Officers (Deputy Commandant) and Medical Officers (Assistant Commandant) in Central Armed Police Forces (BSF, CRPF, ITBP, SSB and Assam Rifles), Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.
Specialist Medical Officer (Deputy Commandant) : 221 posts in various CAPFs (CRPF-129, BSF-55, ITBP-12, Assam Rifles – 5, SSB-20) in various Speciality, Pay Scale : Rs.15600 – 39100/- Grade pay Rs.6600/-, Age : 40 years.
Medical Officer (Assistant Commandant) : 289 posts in various CAPFs (CRPF-39, BSF-50, ITBP-124, Assam Rifles – 36, SSB-40), Pay Scale : Rs.15600 – 39100/- Grade pay Rs.5400/-, Age : 30 years.
Dental Surgeon Medical Officer (Assistant Commandant) : 04 posts in various CAPFs (CRPF-2, SSB-1, Assam Rifles – 1), Pay Scale : Rs.15600 – 39100/- Grade pay Rs.5400/-, Age : 35 years.
How to Apply : Applications in the prescribed format should reach at the following address within 30 days (40 days for the candidates from far-flung areas) (will be published in Employment News on 28/04/2012) : The Deputy Inspector General (Rectt.), Member Secretary, Medical Officers Selection Board (CAPFs) –2012, HQ DG CRPF, Block No. 01, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003public sector recruitment
(a) Application as per specimen given at Appendix ‘A’ should reach within 30 days (thirty days ) from the date of publication of advertisement at the following address:- THE DEPUTY INSPECTOR GENERAL (RECTT.) MEMBER SECRETARY MEDICAL OFFICER SELECTION BOARD (CAPFs) –2012 HQ DG CRPF, BLOCK NO. 01, CGO COMPLEX, LODHI ROAD, NEW DELHI – 110003
b. For candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Jammu & Kashmir, Lahaul & Spiti District and Pangi Sub Division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands,
c. Covers containing applications must be superscribed in bold letters as “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF SPECIALIST MEDICAL OFFICERS (DEPUTY
COMMANDANT)/MEDICAL OFFICERS (ASSISTANT COMMANDANT) /DENTAL SURGEON(ASSISTANT COMMANDANT)” in CPFs–2012.
d. The advertisement is also available on CRPF web site. The format of the application (including admit card) may be downloaded from CRPF Applications, which are not on prescribed format
(e) Candidates are not required to submit any original certificate along with their applications except the certified photocopies.
(f) Candidates should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions. If on verification at any stage, it is found that they do not fulfill any of the eligibility condition, the selection committee shall reject their candidature.
(g) Candidate found eligible will be called for interview followed by a detailed medical examination by a medical board constituted by the selection committee.
(h) Candidate should be physically/medically fit for the duties of Specialist Medical Officers (Deputy Commandant) or Medical Officers (Assistant Commandant) or Dental Surgeon(Assistant Commandant) in any area where concerned department committed to its duties with extreme climate conditions.
(i) On behalf of Govt. of India, selection committee reserves its right to reject or accept the candidature of any applicant at any stage.
(j) The selection committee will not enter into any correspondence with the candidate except in the case of change of address sought by a candidate. Selected candidates will have to undergo basic training and such other courses as prescribed in the Force from time to time. The Allocation of qualified candidates to various Forces will be done on the basis of merit-cum-choice.
Tentative Last Date:within 30 days (40 days for the candidates from far-flung areas) (will be published in Employment News on 28/04/2012)
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. The incident shocked the country and virtually turned the course of its future relationship with China. The Central Reserve Police Force is an armed Force of the Union of India, with the basic role of striking reserve to assist the State/Union Territories in Police operations to maintain law and order and contain insurgency. Its role is that of a catalyst in maintaining law & order, and returns to barracks once this objective is achieved. The force is also being used for various police duties in various States. It is All India in character, both in deployment and in its composition. Due to its unique capability to quickly adapt to various situational requirements, and also, to work in perfect harmony with the State Police, CRPF has, over the years, acquired the distinction of being perhaps the most acceptable Force, by the people and the State administrations. Besides Law and Order and counter insurgency duties, the role of CRPF in the General Elections, held repeatedly during the past few years, has been very significant and vital. This is especially true for the trouble torn States of J&K, Bihar and States of North East. During the Parliamentary elections of Sept’99, the CRPF played a major role in the security arrangements. CRPF is the only Para Military Force in the Country which has two Mahila (Ladies) Battalions. After its training in March 1987, 88(M) Bn won laurels for its work assisting the Meerut riots and later with the IPKF in Srilanka.
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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