Company Name : Central Reserve Police Force
Name of the Post: Constable
1. General Duty
Total No. of Posts: 743
Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 18 – 28 years as on 01-08-2016. Relaxation of age will be applicable up to 05 years for ST candidates.
Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed 10th/ Matriculation Examination or it Equivalent from a Board recognized by the Central or State Govt.
Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on physical standard test/ physical efficiency test, written examination, medical examination & merit.
Application fee: No application fee from any candidate will be charged
(a) Only ST candidates can apply and participate in the rally.
(b) Before applying, candidates are advised to go through the detailed instructions contained in this notice of advertisement carefully.
(c) Candidates belonging to the physically handicapped category are not eligible to apply for this examination.
(d) Canvassing in any from or bringing outside influence will disqualify the candidate concerned.
(e) Candidates will have to appear for the selection at their own expense and risk and no TA/DA will be admissible. They should also make their own arrangements for stay during recruitment.
How to Apply:
Eligible candidates may walk in rally with application in prescribed format along with 02 recent passport size photographs, photocopies of matriculation certificate, residential certificates, caste certificates and all original documents on 14 to 24-10-2016 at 700 hrs on wards
Date & Time for Rally for Post No. 01: 14 to 19-10-2016
Date & Time for Rally for Post No. 02: 20 to 24-10-2016
Time for Rally: 0700 hrs on wards
Venue: Relevant Addresses in Chatisgarh
About Us :
The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is the premier central police force of the Union of India for internal security. Originally constituted as the Crown Representative Police in 1939, it is one of the oldest Central para military forces (now termed as Central Armed Police Force). CRPF was raised as a sequel to the political unrest and the agitations in the then princely States of India following the Madras Resolution of the All-India Congress Committee in 1936 and the ever-growing desire of the Crown Representative to help the vast majority of the native States to preserve law and order as a part of the imperial policy.
After Independence, the force was renamed as Central Reserve Police Force by an Act of Parliament on December 28, 1949. This Act constituted CRPF as an armed force of the Union. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the then Home Minister, visualised a multi-dimensional role for it in tune with the changing needs of a newly independent nation.
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