CISF Recruitment 2011 For Assistant Sub-Inspector (Steno) & Head Constable (Ministerial)

CISF inviting applications fοr below ASI Steno & Constables іn Ministerial vacancies 2011.

Assistant Sub Inspector (Stenographer)
Vacancies: 140 Posts (UR-49, SC-25, ST-20, OBC-46)

Head Constable (Ministerial)
Vacancies: 902 Posts (UR-325, SC-124, ST-80, OBC-249, Ex-Servicemen-124)

Total Nο. οf Posts: 1042

Qualification: Intermediate οr 10+2

Age Limit: 18 tο 25 Years аѕ οn 1.8.2011

Selection: Written Examination, Verification οf Eligibility Standards, Skill test, Medical Examination

Candidates οf North Sector, West Sector, South Sector, East Sector аnd North East Sector саn eligible fοr Apply.

Application Fee: Rs.50/-
Directorate General
Central Industrial Security Force
(Ministry of Home Affairs)
Closing Date:- 25.04.2011
NOTICE
Recruitment of Assistant Sub-Inspector(Steno) and Head Constable (Ministerial) in CISF-
2011
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
1. CISF will conduct the recruitment to the post of ASI (Steno) and HC (Min).
2. In view of the large number of applicants, detailed scrutiny of the eligibility and other aspects
will not be possible before the Written Examination and therefore, the candidature will be
accepted only provisionally. Candidates are advised to go through the requirements of
educational qualification, age, etc and satisfy themselves that they are eligible before
applying. When detailed scrutiny is undertaken after the Written Examination, if any claim
made in the application is not found substantiated, the candidature will be cancelled.
3. CANDIDATES IN THEIR OWN INTEREST ARE ADVISED TO GO THROUGH THE
DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS NOTICE AND ALSO
AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE OF THE CISF http://www.cisf.gov.in and
http://www.cisfrecruitment.org CAREFULLY BEFORE APPLYING.
4. Candidates seeking reservation benefits for SC/ST/OBC/ Ex-servicemen must ensure
that they are entitled to such reservation as per eligibility prescribed in the Notice .They
should also be in possession of the certificates in the prescribed format in support of their
claim at the time of application.
5. Central Government civilian employees/servants claiming age relaxation should be in
possession of a certificate in the prescribed format from their office, in respect of the length of
continuous service which should be for not less than three years in the immediate period
preceding the closing date for receipt of application. They should continue to have the
status of Central Government civilian servants/employees from the date of application till the
time of appointment in the event of their selection.
6. FEE: RUPEES FIFTY ONLY (Rs.50/-) Fee is exempted for candidates belonging to
Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and Ex-Servicemen eligible for reservation.
7. CLOSING DATE: 25.04.2011 For candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal
Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, J&K, Andaman and Nicobar Islands,
Lakshadweep 01.05.2011. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED LATE WILL NOT BE
ENTERTAINED.
8. MOBILES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC GADGETS ARE BANNED WITHIN THE
PREMISES OF THE EXAMINATION CENTRES.
9. Candidates may fill the online application form at www.cisfrecruitment.org.
II. Applications are invited from Male and Female Indian citizens for filling up vacancies in
the rank of Assistant Sub Inspector (Stenographer) and Head Constable (Min) in the pay scale of
Rs.5200-20200 with Grade pay of Rs.2800/- & Rs.2400/- respectively in the CISF. The
vacancies in each rank and their distribution is given as follows:-
Category Sl wise vacancy Total
No
Name of post
Category
UR SC ST OBC Ex-
Servicemen
01 Assistant Sub
Inspector
(Stenographer)
Open Market
Candidates
49 25 20 46 — 140
02 Head Constable
(Ministerial)
Open Market
Candidates
325 124 80 249 124 902
Note:-
i) These vacancies may increase or decrease depending upon the position at the time
of final selection with out any notice.
ii) The selected candidates are liable to be posted any where in the country as per the
transfer policy of the Force.
iii) The recruitment will be done on All India Basis.
iv) Selected candidates will be governed by CISF Act and Rules.
v) Vacancies reserved for Ex-servicemen will be filled up by other candidates in case
of sufficient candidates are not available in this category.
III. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA REQUIRED FOR THE POSTS.
For the Post of ASI/Steno For the Post of
HC/Ministerial
a) Educational qualification Intermediate or 10+2 from
recognized Board/
University
Intermediate or 10+2
from recognized
Board/University
b) Age Between 18 to 25 years as
on 01.08.2011
Between 18 to 25 years
as on 01.08.2011
Categories eligible for relaxation of
upper Age limit
Upper age Relaxation Upper age Relaxation
(i) Schedule Caste/Tribe 5 Years 5 years
(ii) Other Backward Class 3 Years 3 Years
(iii) Central Govt. Civilian employees
(General/Unreserved) who have
rendered note less than 3 years regular
and continues services
5 Years 5 Years
(iv) Central Govt. Civilian employees
(OBC) who have rendered note less
than 3 years regular and continues
services
8(5+3) Years 8(5+3) Years
(v) Central Govt. Civilian employees
(SC/ST) who have rendered note less
than 3 years regular and continues
services
10(5+5) Years 10(5+5) Years
(vi) Candidates of Jammu & Kashmir who
had ordinarily been domiciled in the
State of J&K during the period from 1st
Jan 1980 to 31st Dec, 1989.
The person claiming relaxation
under this category should produce the
certificate to the effect that he/she had
been domiciled in the State of J&K
during the period from 1st Jan 1980 to
31st Dec 1989 from either the District
Magistrate within whose jurisdiction
he/she had ordinarily resided or from
any other authority designated in this
behalf by the Government of Jammu
and Kashmir.
Upto 5 years Upto 5 years
(vii) Children and dependent family
members of victims KILLED in the
1984 riots and communal riots of 2002
in Gujarat.
Children means (a) son (including
adopted son) or (b) daughter (including
adopted daughter) Dependent family
member means (a) spouse or (b)
children or (c) brother or sister in the
case of unmarried victim who was
wholly dependent on that victim at the
time of his getting killed in the riots
would be eligible.
In order to be eligible for upper age
relaxation in this category, the applicant
should produce a certificate to that
effect from the concerned District
Collector/District Magistrate where the
victim was killed.
Up to 5 years
.
Up to 5 years
(viii) Ex-Servicemen Age concession will be
allowed in accordance with
the orders issued by the
Govt. from time to time and
they will be allowed to
deduct Military service
from their actual age as on
01.08.2011 and such
resultant age should not
exceed the prescribed age
limit by more than 3 years.
Age concession will be
allowed in accordance
with the orders issued
by the Govt. from time
to time and they will
be allowed to deduct
Military service from
their actual age as on
01.08.2011 and such
resultant age should
not exceed the
prescribed age limit by
more than 3 years.
c) Other Essential qualifications. a) Shorthand -80 words per
minute in English or Hindi.
b) Typing Speed on
computer – 40 words per
minute in English or 30
words per minute in Hindi.
a) Not applicable
b) Typing Speed on
computer – 35 words
per minute in English
or 30 words per minute
in Hindi.
d) PHYSICAL STANDARDS (FOR ALL POSTS)
Post Category Male Female
Height
(Minimum)
Chest
(Minimum)
Height
(Minimum)
Chest
General/ SC/OBC 167.5 Cms 81 Cms .
3 (Unexpanded)
Expanded-
Minimum
expansion 5 Cms
157 Cms NA
ASI/Steno &
Head Const/
/Ministerial
ST 162.5 Cms 76 Cms 152.5 Cms NA
Minimum Height/Chest of
candidates falling in the
categories of Garhwalis,
Kumaoni, Gorkhas, Dogras
and Marathas and candidates
belonging to the
states of Sikkim, Nagaland,
Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur,
Tripura, Mizoram,
Meghalaya, Assam,
Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir
and Leh & Ladakh regions
of J&K
165 Cms 78 Cms
(Unexpanded)
Expanded-
Minimum
expansion 5 Cms
155 Cms
NA
e) Weight: – Corresponding to Height.
f) MEDICAL STANDARDS
i) Eye Sight – The minimum distant vision should be 6/6 in one eye and 6/9 in other
eye without correction i.e., without wearing of glasses/lenses.
ii) Colour blindness is a disqualification for all these posts.
iii) Candidates must not have Knock knee, Flat Foot, Squint in eyes or Varicose vein and
they should possess high colour 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.
IV. DEFINITIONS/RELAXATIONS AND SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXSERVICEMEN
1. ”Ex-servicemen” means a person who has served in any rank (whether as a
combatant or as a non-combatant) in the Regular Army, Navy and Air Force of the
Indian Union but does not include a person who has served in the Defence Security
Corps, the General Reserve Engineering Force, the Lok Sahayak Sena and the
paramilitary forces; and
a) who has retired from such service after earning his/her pension; this would
also include persons who are released/retired at their own request but after
having earned their pensions or
b) who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to
military service or circumstances beyond his control and awarded medical or
other disability pension; or
c) who has been released, otherwise than on his own request, from such service
as a result of reduction in establishment; or
d) who has been released from such service after completing the specific period
of engagement, otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or
discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency, and has been given a
gratuity, and includes personnel of the Territorial Army, of the following
categories, namely:-
(i) pension holders for continuous embodied services;
(ii) Gallantry award winners.
The Territorial Army Personnel will be treated as Ex-servicemen with effect
from 15-11-1986.
e) Hav/Clk (Typist) of the Army and equivalent rank from Air Force or
Navy who have retired from Service are eligible to compete against
vacancies for Ex-Servicemen in HC/Ministerial.
f) Ex-servicemen holding the higher rank may also compete in this recruitment
for lower post provided they fulfill the eligibility criteria and also they furnish
their willingness in writing that in the event of their selection they will
not claim the post equivalent to the rank they were holding in the Defence
Forces.
g)
The person serving in the Armed Forces of the Union, who on retirement
from service, would come under the category of the Ex-servicemen as
explained above may also apply for these posts one year before (as on the
date of recruitment) completion of the specified term of engagement. They
shall not leave the Uniform until they complete the specified term of
engagement in the Armed Forces of the Union. Such candidates should
submit a certificate from the Commanding Officer concerned as per
ANNEXURE-V
2. Break in Service: Should not be more than 03 years from the date of discharge from
Army/Navy/Air Force as on 01.08.2011.
3. Medical Category: “A”(AYE)/ “SHAPE-I” at the time of discharge. They should
also possess to pass the same medical standards prescribed for direct recruits for the
post of Asstt Sub Inspector/Steno and Head Constable/Ministerial in CPMFs.
4. Character on discharge: Exemplary/Very Good.
The other eligibility conditions will be the same as applicable to others as mentioned under
eligibility criteria
V. Selection procedure:
1. Stages
For the post of ASI/Stenographer For the post of Head Constable/Ministerial
i) Written Examination Written Examination
Objective type question paper to be answered
on OMR sheet of 100 marks of 02 hours
duration containing 100 questions on General
Intelligence, General Knowledge, General
English or Hindi and Arithmetic
Objective type question paper to be answered
on OMR sheet of 100 marks of 02 hours
duration containing 100 questions on General
Intelligence, General Knowledge, General
English or Hindi and Arithmetic
ii) Verification of Eligibility Standards Verification of Eligibility Standards
Only those candidates who secure qualifying
marks with reference to written examination
will be called for verification of Eligibility
Standards as enumerated in Para-III.
Only those candidates who secure qualifying
marks with reference to written examination
will be called for verification of Eligibility
Standards as enumerated in Para-III.
iii) Skill test Skill test
a) Typing Speed Test -100 marks
Typing Speed Test for 10 minutes at the speed
of 40 words per minutes in English or 30
words per minutes in Hindi on computer
Typing Speed Test -100 marks
Typing Speed Test for 10 minutes at the
speed of 35 words per minute in English or
30 words per minute in Hindi on computer.
b) Shorthand (80 wpm) -100 marks
Shorthand/Dictation will be up to 10 minutes.
In any case, it will not be less than 5 minutes.
For a dictation of 5 minutes there would be
about 400 words for transcription and
subsequent typing (@ 80 words per minute).
The time for transcription will be 30 minutes
in English or 35 minutes in Hindi. In case, the
duration of dictation exceeds 5 minutes the
time for transcription will be increased
proportionately.
iv) Medical Examination :-
Candidates selected in order to merit (equal to the number of vacancies notified) will be put
through a detailed Medical examination to ascertain their fitness.
2. Candidates have to appear in all stages of Recruitment for which they have
qualified. If a candidate is absent from any stage/event for which he has qualified, his
candidature will be cancelled.
3. Candidates, who qualify in the Written Examination with reference to such
minimum qualifying marks as may be fixed by the Department, will be put through
subsequent stages for selection.
4. There shall be no minimum requirement of chest measurement for female
candidates.
5. In all cases a candidate, declared UNFIT in Detailed Medical Examination, will be
communicated on the grounds for rejection in broad terms by the Presiding Officer of the
Medical Board. The candidate, if not satisfied with the findings of the Medical Officer, can
submit an appeal for Review Medical Examination within a period of one month with a
proof of his/her fitness in the prescribed form attached as per Annexure-VII. The medical
certificate will not be taken into consideration unless it contains a note by the medical
practitioner concerned to the effect that it has been given in full knowledge of the fact that
the candidates has already been declared unfit for appointment in the CISF by a Medical
Officer. The appeal will also not be taken into consideration unless it contains medical reexamination
fee of Rs.25/- through demand draft. (the details of authority to whom the
appeal should be submitted and DDO concerned and payable branch etc will be mentioned
in the Rejection Slip itself to be issued by the Examining Medical Officer/Chairman of the
Recruitment Board).
6. For stenography test, the candidates are required to bring their own shorthand note book
and pencil.
7. Revaluation of OMR sheets will not be permitted.
VI. FINAL SELECTION
Final selection of the candidates will be made from the candidates those found fit in the
medical examination strictly according to merit and availability of vacancies.
VII ENTRANCE FEE FOR BOTH THE POSTS
The entrance fee will be Rs.50/-(Rupees fifty only) which is to be sent along with
application through crossed non-refundable India Postal Order drawn in favour of the officers
mentioned in column (4) of the table given in para-VIII below. No fee is required in the case of
SC, ST and Ex-Servicemen candidates. Entrance fee remitted in any other form viz money order,
bank draft, banker cheque will not be accepted and the application which accompanied with the
entrance fee in the any other form (other than the postal order) will summarily be rejected.
VIII. HOW TO APPLY:-
For the purpose of conduct of written examination and subsequent stages a candidate may
apply to any one of the following sectors:-
1) North Sector
2) West Sector
3) South Sector
4) East Sector
5) North East Sector
Candidates will be called for the written examination and subsequent tests at venue under
the Sector where they have submitted their application. No change of venue will be permitted later.
The coverage of each sector along with details of applications receiving authorities are as follow
Application on the format as prescribed in Annexure-I should be sent to the following Zonal
DIsG concerned whose offices would be Application Receiving Center, as applicable as per the
details given below:-
Sector Name of the State/UT
under the Sector
Name of the officer to
whom application should
be sent & whose office
would be Application
Receiving Center
Postal order on
account of
entrance fee
required to be
drawn in favour of
Name of the post
office where
postal order will
be payable
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
North
Sector
i) Delhi
ii) Chandigarh
iii) Punjab
iv) Haryana
v) UP
vi) Uttranchal
vii) J&K
viii) Himachal Pradesh
ix) Rajasthan
DIG, CISF, (North Zone)
CISF Campus, Saket,
PO: Malviya Nagar, New
Delhi- 110017
PAO CISF New
Delhi
GPO, New Delhi
West
Sector
i) Gujarat
ii) Maharastra,
iii) Madhya Pradesh
iv) Goa
v) Dadar, Nagar
Haveli
vi) Daman & Diu.
DIG, CISF Complex,
WZ HQr,, Sector-35,
Kharghar,
Navi Mumbai-
410 210.
Asstt.Comdt(DD
O) CISF West
Zone Kharghar,
Navi Mumbai.
GPO, Mumbai
South
Sector
i) Andhra Pradesh
ii) Tamil Nadu
iii) Kerala
iv) Karnataka
v) Pondichery
DIG, CISF (South Zone)
Rajaji Bhawan “D”
Block, Besant Nagar,
Chennai-90
Asstt.Comdt
(DDO) CISF,
South Zone,
Chennai
GPO Chennai
vi) Lakshdweep
East
Sector
i) Bihar
ii) Orissa
iii) Jharkhand
iv) Chattishgarh
DIG, CISF, (East Zone)
Patliputra Near Raj
Chikitsa, Boring road,
Patna-13 (Bihar)
Asstt.Comdt(DD
O, CISF, East
Zone Patna
GPO Patna
North
East
Sector
i) West Bengal
ii) Assam
iii) Arunachal
Pradesh,
iv) Meghlaya
v) Mizoram
vi) Tripura
vii) Manipur
viii) Nagaland
ix) Sikkikm
x) Andaman &
Nicobar Island
DIG, CISF (North East
Zone) Premises NO. 553,
East Kolkata Township
(Kasba) Kolkata-107
Asstt. Comdt
(DDO), CISF
NEZ Kolkata
GPO Kolkata
IX Online application:
Candidates may fill the online application form at www.cisfrecruitment.org and follow the
instructions given there.
Once the candidate has filled the required details online, he would be required to take a
printout of application form and Admit Card. Candidate should affix his/her recent passport size
photograph duly attested by Gazetted officers put his/her left thumb impression at the space
provided for the same and put his/her signature on the application form at appropriate places. The
requisite details along with photograph and signature should also be filled in the Admit Card. It
may be noted that simply filling on online Performa would not entitle one for appearing in the
examination. The candidate is required to send the complete printout of application form and admit
card along with all required documents and postal orders as applicable before the closing date
as per Para X. The printout application form should be sent to Application Receiving Centers as
per instructions in Para VIII above along with all required documents and postal orders.
Interested candidates mау Apply Online through frοm CISF website: www.cisfrecruitment.org OR www.cisf.gov.іn. Online application guidelines & instructions available іn Advertisement.

Exam date : 30/10/2011 to 13/11/2011







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