BSF Constable Recruitment 2017: Notification for 1074 Vacancies opening of Constable Tradesmen, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Age Limit, Result

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BSF Recruitment 2017, 1074 BSF Constable Tradesmen Vacancy 2017-18: The Border Security Force (BSF) has published the new recruitment notification for the post of Constable Tradesman. The BSF invites the applications to fill up 1074 vacant seats. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for these posts on or before the last date. The BSF is providing the best opportunity to the eligible candidates. The BSF is well-known security force of India. The candidates who are eagerly waiting for these kinds of jobs can apply for these posts in between to provided dates. Before apply for BSF Jobs 2017 you should have to read complete details regarding this vacancies.

Border Security Force is also called as BSF as a short form. It is the primary guarding force of the India. It woke up for the security of the borders of the India. It is a Union Government Agency under the administrative control of Ministry of Home Affairs. This force is headed by the Director-General. The main function of the BSF is to provide safety and security to the country from all the borders of India. This department is also having the authority to hire the employees for the available number of the vacancies.

Bank of Maharashtra vacancies Details 2017-18:

Name of Organization:  Border Security Force (BSF)

Total No of Post: 1074 Posts

Name of Post: Constable Tradesman

Type of Job: Central Govt. Job

Job Location: All over India

Application form submission Mode: Online

Post Name & Details (पद का नाम एवं विवरण) :

Constable (Tailor): 28

Constable (Carpenter): 02

Constable (Draughtsman):01

Constable (Painter): 05

Constable (Cook): 332

Constable (Water Carrier): 177

Constable (Washer man): 131

Constable (Barber): 85

Constable Sweeper: 212

Constable (Waiter): 27

Constable (Mali): 01

Constable (Khoji): 06

BSF Constable Eligibility Criteria & Educational Requirements

ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS

CONSTABLE: Revised scheme for recruitment of Constable (GD)
and procedure
     

Constable is a major component of Border Security Force.
Age Between 18 to 23 years (Cut off date for age will be 1st August every year)
Educational Qualification Matriculation or 10th class pass or equivalent from a recognized University/Board.
 
PHYSICAL STANDARDS:
Particulars Height Chest Weight
For Males 170 Cms 80-85 Cms For males and females: proportionate to height and age as per Medical Standards
For Females 157 Cms -do-

Relaxation: There will be relaxation in age for SC/ST/OBC, Ex-Servicemen
and other categories of persons in accordance with the Government order on the subject
as follows: –  Candidates falling in the categories of Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkha,
Dogras, Marathas, and candidates to the states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Leh &  Ladakh regions of J&K

Schedule Cast and Other Backward Cast

Particulars Height Chest Weight
For Males 165 Cms 80-85 Cms For males and females: proportionate to height and age as per Medical Standards
For Females 155 Cms -do-
Scheduled Tribes

Particulars Height Chest Weight
For Males 162.5cms 78-83cms For males and females: proportionate to height and age as per Medical Standards
For Females 150cms 76-81cms -do-

Powers of relaxation:
The power to relax the eligibility criteria as mentioned in above will rest with
the Directors General of Central Police Forces

MEDICAL STANDARDS:

Eye Sight : The minimum distant vision should be 6/6 & 6/9 of both eyes without
correction i.e. without wearing of glasses.

The candidates must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint in eyes
and they should possess high color vision. They must be in good mental and bodily
health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient
performance of the duties.

 
ALLOTMENT OF VACANCIES:
60 % of vacancies will be allotted amongst States/UT’s on the basis of population
ratio.
20% of vacancies in the Border Guarding Forcess (BGFs) (BSF,ITBP,SSB,Assam Rifles)
will be allotted to border districts, which fall within the responsibility of the
Force.

In forces other than BGFs, 40% vacancies will be allotted to militancy affected
areas i.e. J&K, North Eastern States and naxsal affected areas. The district/areas
affected by militancy shall be notified by the Government from time to time.

20% of vacancies in BGFs will be allotted to areas affected by militancy i.e J&K,
North Eastern States and naxal affected areas. The districts/areas affected by militancy
shall be notified by the Government from time to time. iv) In forces other than
BGFs, 40% vacancies will be allotted to militancy affected areas i.e. J&K, North
Eastern States and naxsal affected areas. The district/areas affected by militancy
shall be notified by the Government from time to time.

For diversion of annual vacancies from one State to another State, and also for
diversion of vacancies of new raisings from one State to another in the same category
or from one category to another category, approval  of MHA will be required.

 
RESERVATION :
There will be reservations for SC/ST/OBC, Ex-Servicemen and other categories of
personnel in accordance with the instructions issued by the Government from time
to time. The reserved vacancies will be calculated and recruitment made with reference
to the allocations made to the States/UTs under item III above. Quota for SC/ST
for various States/ UTs will be fixed having regard to the number of SC/ST population
in such States/ UTs. The unfilled reserved vacancies may also be filled through
special recruitments.

Selection Procedure: 

Physical Standard Test (PST):

Height:

General Category: 167.5 cm

Reserved Category and states: 165

Chest:

General Category: 78-83

Reserved Category and state: 76-81

Physical Efficiency Test (PET): Physical Efficiency Test (PET): 5 km in 24 minutes

Documentation: Original document will be checked. 

Written Test: The written exam will be of 100 marks and there will be 100 questions. The qualifying marks for General and Ex-serviceman is 35% and 33% for SC/ST/OBC and the question paper will be of objective type. The subject of question paper will be general Awareness/ General Knowledge, Elementary math, and analytical aptitude.

Medical Exam:

 

Present Scale of Basic (in Rs.):

Selected candidates will be provided a pay scale as per norms of BSF  5200 – 20200/- + Grade Pay Rs. 2,000 per month.

 

Important Dates

Sl. No Events Important Dates
1. Start Submission of online application 12 September 2017
2. Ending of Online application 11 October 2017 
3. Last Date for receipt of hard copy of  application with enclosures. 11 October 2017 

 

How to apply ( आवेदन कैसे करे ) : 

Prescribed Application form & Admit card which are available in BSF website www.bsf.nic.in may be downloaded and printed out in fullscap size (single side) paper. The application form and admit card duly filled up by the candidates may be sent to concerned RAs/HQrs, under which their State falls along with recent passport size photographs, examination fees & other required documents within 30 days after publication of this advertisement in Employment News.

BSF Exam Admit Card 2017

The Border Security force will release the admit card of written exam. The admit card will release 15 days before the exam. Admit Card is the very important document to sit in the admit card. Without the admit card examiner will not allow to sit in the exam.

BSF Exam Result

The Result of BSF written exam will be release after the termination of selection process. You can check the results after log on to the official website.

 

Important Links

BSF Constable Vacancy Recruitment Notification 2017-18

 

More Details BSF Constable Vacancy:

 

About Border Security Force (BSF):

Till 1965 India’s borders with Pakistan were manned by the State Armed Police Battalion. Pakistan attacked Sardar Post, Chhar Bet and Beria Bet on 9 April, 1965 in Kutch. This exposed the inadequacy of the State Armed Police to cope with armed aggression due to which the Government of India felt the need for a specialized centrally controlled Border Security Force, which would be armed and trained to man the International Border with Pakistan. As a result of the recommendations of the Committee of Secretaries, the Border Security Force came into existence on 01 Dec 1965, and Shri K F Rustamji was the first chief and founding father.

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