Last Date:07 to 14 November 2019
Border Security Force (BSF)
Ladakh & Jammu & Kashmir
BSF aka Border Security Force invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 1356 Constable (GD). Apply before 14 November 2019. BSF Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.bsf.nic.in
Name of the post – Constable (GD)
No of post – 1356
Pay Scale – 21700 – 69100/- (Level-3)
Matriculation or 10th pass form recognized Board/University.
General Conditions:delhi sarkari naukri
- Between 18 to 23 years as on 01/08/2019. Candidate should not have been born earlier then 2/8/1996 and later then 1/8/2001.
- Upper age limit is relaxable by 03 years for OBC and 05 years for SC/ST.
- Upper age upto 05 years is also relaxable for those persons who had ordinarily been domiciled in the erstwhile State of J&K during the period from 01st Jan 1980 to 31st Dec’ 1989. The person claiming relaxation under this category should produce a certificate to the effect that they had been domiciled in the erstwhile state of J&K during the period from 151 January 1980 to 3151 December 1989 from the District Magistrate within whose jurisdiction they had ordinarily resided or from any other authority designated in this behalf by the erstwhile Government of Jammu & Kashmir.
- The minimum height for candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes will be 162.5 cms for males and 150 cms for females.
- The minimum chest for all male candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes will be 76 cms (minimum 5 cms expansion)
- Candidates who wish to be considered against vacancies reserved or seek age relaxation must submit requisite certificate from the competent authority. Otherwise, their claim for SC/ST/OBC/EWS/Ex-Servicemen status will not be entertained and their candidature/applications will be considered under unreserved (UR) category. Candidates claiming OBC status may note that the OBC certificate should have been obtained within three years before the crucial date i.e. not before 01/08/2016. The format of OBC certificate must be as per the Central Government format. The caste of the candidates who claim to be belonging to SC I ST / OBC categories, should be in enlisted in the central list of SCs / STs / OBCs of districts of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. Similarly candidates applying against EWS vacancies will submit EWS certificate issued by prescribed authority.
- The candidates will be medically examined in terms of Guidelines for recruitment Medical examinations in CAPFs and AR issued vide MHA UO No. A-VI-1/2014/Rectt(SSB) dated 20/05/2015 and subsequently amended from time to time.
How To Apply:
- Candidates who fulfill the above physical and medical standards should personally appear at the PST & PET center designated in respect of their Districts from 7th Nov’ 2019 to 14th Nov’ 2019 for registration of their applications. The candidates while reporting at the PST & PET centers will bring along with them a duly filled Application form as per the prescribed format at Annexure —I. The application form should be typed or neatly hand written on one side only in full scape plain paper with passport size photograph affixed at prescribed place in the application form. The application forms should be enclosed with the following documents :-
- Candidates are requested to fill up the application fom-i in Hindi or English language.
- Self attested copies of certificate/testimonial as proof of Educational qualification and age/date of birth.
- Self attested copy of caste/category certificate for SC!ST/OBC/EWS candidates issued by the prescribed authority.
- Self attested copy of Domicile certificate and any one of the identity proofile Aadhar Card. Voter ID card or Ration card etc.
- A form for issue of Admit card will also be filled in and submitted along with Passport size photograph as per Annexure-II along with the application form.
- Incomplete application will be summarily rejected and no correspondence on this will be entertained.
- Admit card with roll number and general instructions for appearing to the selection process will be issued personally to the eligible candidates on submission and registration of their application forms at the PST/PET centers They will be called to appear for the selection test at the PST/PET center on the subsequent day/days. No TA/DA is admissible.
- The Border Security Force (BSF) is the border defence organisation of India. It is one of the seven Central Armed Police Forces of India, and was raised in the wake of the 1965 War on 1 December 1965, “for ensuring the security of the borders of India and for matters connected there with”. It is a Central Armed Police Force charged with guarding India’s land border during peacetime and preventing transnational crime at the same, it has various active roles during an outbreak of war. It is a Union Government Agency under the administrative control of Ministry of Home Affairs. The BSF has its own cadre of officers but its head, designated as a Director-General (DG), since its raising has been an officer from the Indian Police Service. It is an Armed Force of the Union of India tasked with various assignments from time to time. The BSF has grown exponentially from a few battalions in 1965, to 186 battalions with a sanctioned strength of 257,363 personnel including an expanding air wing, marine wing, an artillery regiment, and commando units. It currently stands as the world’s largest border guarding force. BSF has been termed as the First Line of Defence of Indian Territories.
- From independence in 1947 to 1965, the protection of India’s international boundaries was the responsibility of local police belonging to each border state, with little inter-state coordination. BSF was created as a Central government-controlled security force to guard all of India’s borders, thus bringing greater cohesion in border security. BSF is charged with guarding India’s land border during peacetime and preventing transnational crime. It is a Union Government Agency under the administrative control of the Ministry of Home Affairs. It is one of many law enforcement agencies of India.It currently stands as the world’s largest border guarding force.
- The BSF’s capabilities were used in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 against Pakistani forces in areas where the Regular Forces were thinly spread; BSF troops took part in several operations including the famous Battle of Longewala. In fact, for BSF the war on eastern front had started well before the war actually broke out in Dec ’71. BSF had trained, supported and formed part of “Mukti Bahini” and had entered erstwhile East Pakistan before the actual hostilities broke out. BSF had played a very important role in Liberation of Bangladesh which Indira Gandhi and Sheikh Mujibur Rehman had also acknowledged.
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