Last Date:01 May,2019
Indo-Tibetian Border Police (ITBP)
ITBP aka Indo-Tibetian Border Police Force Invites applications for the post of 496 Medical Officer. Apply Online before 01 May 2019. ITBP Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.itbpolice.nic.in
Name of the post – Medical Officer
No of post – 496
Pay Scale – 56100-177500(Level 12)
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- Eligible and interested candidates have to apply online through website www.recruitment.itbpolice.nic.in. Candidates are advised to fill their profile and apply the online application form strictly as per the eligibility criteria and instructions given to avoid disqualification at a later stage. Candidates should also ensure to upload clear and legible photo, scanned signature and certificate in support of MBBS or equivalent qualification & specialized qualification issued by the recognized university at the time of filing up their profile details on the website. Candidate may refer to the FAQs and How to register links on the website.
- All candidates who have been called for Interview will bring a clear and legible print out of the online application form along with original and self attested copies of following testimonials or else they may not permitted to enter the venue.
- Certificates in support of qualifications as mentioned at Para-3 of advertisement.
- Matriculation/School Leaving Certificate in support of Age/Date of Birth.
- Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Certificate, as Annexure-III and OBC certificate, as Annexure- ‘IV’ (if belonging to any of these categories) issued by an authority not lower than Tehsildar or SDO. Candidates claiming OBC (NCL) status may note that certificate on creamy layer status should have been obtained within three years before the closing date.
- Candidates seeking reservation as OBC(NCL) shall submit a declaration as Annexure-W’
- Domicile Certificate issued by local revenue authorities or PAN Card or Adhar Card or Driving License or Voter ID Card or Passport for verification of citizenship. In case of West Pakistani Refugees settled in J&K, they are required to produce Certificate in the format attached as Annexure-WP issued by the Sarpanch/Numberdar/Naib Tehsildar of a candidate’s village to the effect that the person belonged to the West Pakistani Refugees Category, alongwith a copy of Electoral Roll showing the name of the candidate in the voter list for elections to the Parliamentary Constituency.
- Discharge certificate in case of Ex-Servicemen;
- One latest passport size photograph. (Same as submitted with online application form);
- Candidates should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions so as to avoid disappointment later on. 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.
- Candidate should be physically/medically fit for the duties of Super Specialist Medical Officers (Second-in-Command), Specialist Medical Officers (Deputy Commandant) and Medical Officers (Assistant Commandant) in extreme climatic conditions where concerned department is committed to its duties.
- Mere presence and qualifying in the medical examination will not guarantee the right to the candidate for appointment.
- On behalf of Govt. of India, Selection Committee reserves its right to reject or accept the candidature of any applicant at any stage.
- The Selection Committee will not enter into any correspondence with the candidate except in the case of change of address sought by a candidate.
- The appointment of selected candidates will be subject to the Government being satisfied after such inquiry as may be considered necessary that the candidates with regard to their character and antecedents, are suitable in all respect for appointment to the posts.
- The appointment will be further subject to the candidates satisfying the competent authority of their having satisfactorily completed Compulsory Rotating Internship and for Super Specialist Medical Officers & Specialist Medical Officers, have required experience in their field of Speciality.
- Subject to the provision as mentioned above, successful candidates will be considered for appointment on the basis of order of merit assigned to them by Selection Board.
- Candidates in Central or State Government Service/Departmental candidates should submit in original a “No Objection Certificate” as Annexure-`II’ from their employer at the time of verification of original documents else their candidature will be rejected.
- Indo-Tibetan Border Police was raised on October 24, 1962 for reorganizing the frontier intelligence and security set up along the Indo-Tibetan border. Only four Battalions were sanctioned to begin with. ITBP was initially raised under the CRPF Act. However, in 1992, parliament enacted the ITBPF Act and the rules there under were framed in 1994.
- With additional tasks entrusted to ITBP from time to time on border guarding, counter insurgency and internal security roles, the number of ITBP Battalions increased gradually and ITBP presently has 56 service Battalions, 4 Specialist Battalions, 17 Training Centres and 07 logistics establishments with a total strength of approx. 90,000 personnel.
- In the year 2004, in pursuance of GoM recommendations on “One Border One Force”, the entire stretch of India-China Border comprising 3488 Kms was assigned to the ITBP for Border Guarding duty and, accordingly, ITBP, replaced Assam Rifles in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh in 2004.
- The motto of the Force is “Shaurya-Dridhata-Karma Nishtha” (Valour – Determination – Devotion to Duty). All ranks of ITBP are dedicated to guard the borders with valour, determination and devotion to duty. The Force has earned number of decorations like Padmashree-7, Kirti Chakra-2 Shaurya Chakra-6, Sena Medal-1, President’s Police Medal for Gallantry-19, Police Medal for Gallantry -91, Parakram Padak-79, President’s Police and Fire Service Medals for Gallantry-2, Prime Minister’s Life Saving Medal-86, Jeewan Raksha Padak -06, Sarvottam Jeewan Raksha Padak – 02, Uttam Jeewan Raksha Padak – 13, Tenzing Norgay Adventure Award -12 etc. for its numerous achievements in the past.
- Being the first responder for natural Disaster in Himalayas, ITBP was the first to establish 7 Regional Response Centres and carried out numerous rescue and relief operations in all disaster situations, which took place in our areas of responsibility as well as other parts of the country. In a historic rescue and relief operation in 2013, the ITBP saved 33,009 pilgrims from grave situation from char dham yatra routes in Uttarakhand in the 15 day rescue effort by the Force. 15 Himveers laid down their lives on 25th June, 2013 in a Helicopter crash during this rescue operation.
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