Government’s biggest Recruitment Drive for 62,000 Constables


Government of India has released a notice to recruit 62,000 men and women for constable posts in central paramilitary and police organizations. The recruitment notice is relased under the command of Union Home Ministry.

It is considered as one of the biggest recruitment drives.

Posts Offered

Central Forces – 62,000 Posts

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) – 24,588 Posts

Border Security Force (BSF) – 22,517 Posts

National Investigation Agency (NIA) – 86 Posts

Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) – 5,000 Posts

Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) – 6,224 Posts

Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) – 3,101 Posts

Assam Rifles (AR) – 600 Posts

Secretariat Security Force (SSF) – 274 Posts

Eligibility Criteria

1. Educational Qualification

The candidates applying for this post must have passed 10th Class.

2. Age Limit

The candidates should age between 18-23 years.

Exam Pattern

The Exam will be conducted by SSC under commands on the Union Home Ministry.

The exam will be held in 3 tiers of following stages-

1. Physical Tests

2. Written Efficiency and

3. Medical Tests

Selection Procedure

The candidates who are eligible and appear in the exam will be hired by central forces like CRPF, BSF, ITBP, SSB, CISF, NIA and SSF.

The final recruitments will be done by October this year and it is expected that those hired candidates would be sent for training to the respective forces by early next year.

Category Candidate’s Seats

Besides the reservation for SC/ST and OBC candidates, relaxation of applicable age has been made for the children and dependents of the victims of 2002 Gujarat riots and 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Out of the total 62,390 posts on offer, about 16 per cent or a total of 8,533 are reserved for women candidates.

Pay Scale

The selected candidates will have the pay scale of INR 20,200/- apart from other salary benefits.

You may check the SSC Exam’s Calendar for 2015.

Check for the Application Process.

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