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Odishatv Bureau

The Central Industrial Security Force had released a recruitment notification for Constable (Tradesman) positions. Interested and eligible candidates must apply for the positions today, as it is the last date of application submission.

"Applications are invited from Male Indian citizens for filling up the following temporary posts of CONSTABLE (TRADESMEN) in the Central Industrial Security Force in the trade of Cook, Cobbler, Barber, Washer-man, Carpenter, Sweeper, Painter, Mason, Plumber, Mali & Electrician in the Level 3 of pay matrix 21,700 to 69,100/- plus usual allowances admissible to the Central Government employees from time to time.

On their appointment, they will be governed under CISF Act and Rules as well as Central Civil Services Rules applicable to other members of the force and other Acts and Rules applicable from time to time. On appointment they shall be covered by “New Restructured Defined Contribution Pension Scheme (New Pension Scheme)” applicable for the new entrants to the Central Government Services with effect from 01.01.2004," read the official notification earlier released by CISF.

Below are details of the vacancy. Go through it before you start applying for the CISF constable vacancy:

Constable (Tradesman) - 914 Posts

Educational Qualification: Candidates needs to have 10th Class certificate or its equivalent from a recognized board for skilled trades (i.e. Barber, Boot Maker, Cook, Carpenter, Electrician, Mason, Mali, Painter, Plumber and Washer Man). Industrial Training Institute trained personnel will be preferred.

Matriculation or its equivalent from a recognized board for unskilled trades (i.e. Sweeper).

Candidates, can go through the official link given below for more details.

Age Limit (As on 01.08.2019): Minimum: 18 years, Maximum: 23 years

Selection Process: Candidates' selection will be done based on their performance in Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/Physical Standard Test (PST), followed by Documentation and Trade Test, Written Test and Medical Exam.

For more details, click HERE.

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