CISF Head Constable (General Duty) Vacancies 300 Posts updated on 1st October 2022

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) (established in its present form: 15 June 1983) is a Central Armed Police Force in India. It was set up under an Act of the Parliament of India on 10 March 1969 with a strength of 2,800. CISF was subsequently made an armed force of the Republic of India by another Act of Parliament passed on 15 June 1983. Its current active strength is 148,371 personnel. In April 2017, the government raised the sanctioned strength from 145,000 to 180,000 personnel. Among its duties are guarding sensitive governmental buildings, the Delhi Metro, and providing airport security. It is directly under the Union Ministry of Home Affairs and not the Ministry of Defence, its headquarters are at New Delhi.

Head Constable (General Duty) Vacancies 2019

Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has announced a notification for the recruitment of Head Constable (General Duty) vacancies Against Sports Quota. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply.

Last Date17-Dec-2019
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Post NameCISF Head Constable (General Duty) Offline Form 2019
Total Vacancies300
LocationAcross India
Fee DetailsFor UR, OBC & EWS: Rs. 100/- For SC/ ST/ Women: NIL Mode of Payment: Postal Order/ Demand Draft

Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Sr.Post NameNo.of PostsQualificationAge Limit
1Head Constable (General Duty)30012TH18 to 23 Years

Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job

Start Date16-Dec-2019
End Date17-Dec-2019
Date of Advertisement16-Dec-2019
Last date for North East Region24-12-2019
Latest Update06-02-2020
Dates for Recruitment Test19-02-2020 to 24-02-2020

The CISF provides security cover to 300 industrial units, government infrastructure projects and facilities and establishments located all over India. Industrial sectors like atomic power plants, space installations, mines, oil fields and refineries, major ports, heavy engineering, steel plants, barrages, fertiliser units, airports and hydroelectric/thermal power plants owned and controlled by Central Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), and currency note presses producing Indian currency are protected by CISF. It thereby covers installations all over India straddling a variety of terrain and climatic conditions. CISF also provides consultancy services to private industries as well as other organisations within the Indian government. The consulting wing has amongst its clients some of the renowned business houses and organisations of India including TISCO, Jamshedpur; SEBI Hqrs. Mumbai; Vidhana Sabha, Bangalore; Orissa Mining Co., Bhubaneswar; Telangana Assembly, Hyderabad; Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corp.; HIL Kerala;IB Thermal plant, Odisha; IARI, Delhi; NBRI, Lucknow and Electronics City, Bangalore. The scope of CISF’s consulting practice includes security consulting and fire protection consulting.

CISF is just a unique organisation in paramilitary forces for India, which works for seaways, airways and some of the major installations in India. In CISF there are some reserved battalions which works with the state police to protect law and orders. CISF plays a major role in Disaster Management, for Disaster Management course the personnel are trained from NISA, Hyderabad. Another unique thing which the CISF has is a Fire Wing which helps during fire accidents in Industries where CISF is on guard.

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