CISF Head Constable Recruitment 2022: Application Begins for 249 Posts, Vacancy Related Details Here
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The Central Industrial Security Force, CISF is inviting applications from candidates for 249 vacant posts of Head Constable, GD (General Duty). The application can only be filled by the meritorious sportsperson. The interested candidates are required to fill up the application form in a prescribed format and send it to the concerned officer latest by 31st March 2022. The candidates who wish to apply for this recruitment drive must read the official notification. 

CISF Head Constable Recruitment 2022: Important Dates 

  • Application Process Starts: 20th December 2021
  • Application Process Ends: 31st March 2022
  • Application Process Ends for North-East Region: 7th April 2022

CISF Head Constable Recruitment 2022: Vacancy Details

  • Post Name: Head Constable GD Male/Female
  • Number of Post: 249
  • Pay Scale: INR 25,500-81,100 (Pay Level-4)

CISF Head Constable Recruitment 2022: Eligibility Criteria

  • Educational Qualification: The candidate should be 12th pass from a recognised institution with credit of representing State/ National/ International in games, Sports and Athletics. 
  • Age Limit: The candidate’s age must be between 18 to 23 years as of 1st August 2021. Age relaxation will be given to candidates from the reserved category. 

Application Fee: The candidates will be charged a sum of INR 100 to apply for this recruitment. No charges for candidates from SC/ST/Women category. 

CISF Head Constable Recruitment 2022: Selection Process

The candidates will be selected for the posts of Head Constable GD on the basis of their performance in the Physical Standard Test, PST, trial test, proficiency test, and document verification round. 

How to Apply: The interested and eligible candidate must send the duly signed application form along with the fee of INR 100 to the concerned officer latest by 31st March 2022.

Read Official Notification Here