Meghalaya ITBP recruitment 2016 Head Constable 44 vacancies – Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP) invites application for the position of 44 head constable (Education and stress counselor). Apply before 22nd April 2016.
Name of the Company:- Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP)
Name of position:- head constable
Job Location:- Meghalaya
Pay Scale / Salary (In Rs.):- Rs. 5200 – 20200/- Per Month
Grade Pay:- Rs 2400/-
Last Date:- 22nd April 2016
Required Eligibility:- Degree
Total No. of Vacancies:- 44 Vacancies
Head Constable:- 44 vacancies
Qualification/ Eligibility Criteria:- Eligible applicants applying for the position of head constable should have degree from a recognized university or equivalent with psychology as a subject or degree from a recognized university with Bachelor of education / bachelor of teaching or equivalent.
Candidate Salary detail:- Rs 5200 – 20200/- Per Month
Grade Pay:- RS 2400/-
Age Limit (In yrs.):- The age of the eligible applicant applying for the position of head constable should not be less than 20 years and should not be more than 25 years. The age of the applicant should be as on 22ns April 2016.
Mode of Selection:- The selection of the eligible applicant applying for the position of head constable will be on the basis of height bar examination / checking of documents / physical standard examination / written examination / merit list / medial examination and personal interview.
Application fee:- Eligible applicants applying for the position of head constable are required to pay application fee Rs 50/- for general categories candidates / other backward class categories candidates through Indian postal order (IPO) in the favor of ITBP, Shillong, Meghalaya. No fee will be charged from schedule caste categories candidates (SC) / schedule tribe categories candidates (ST) / Ex-servicemen categories candidates and female categories candidates.
Age Relaxation:- The upper age relaxation to the applicants is only for the following special categories:-
i) 5 years for candidates belonging to Schedule caste (SC) categories candidates.
ii) 5 years for candidates belonging to Schedule Tribe (ST) categories candidates.
iii) 3 years for candidates belonging to Other Backward class (OBC) categories candidates.
How to apply:- Interested and eligible applicants applying for any position of head constable may apply in prescribed application form along with self-attested copies of relevant documents / one latest passport size photograph and two self-addressed envelope size 9 X 4 with Rs 5/- stamp affix on each envelope send by The Registrar General, North Eastern Frontier HQR, ITBP, old A.P secretariat building, Cantt. Area, Shillong (Meghalaya):- 793001 on or before 22nd April 2016.
- Last date for the submission of application is 22nd April 2016.
- No Ta / DA is admissible for the interview.
- Suitable and willing applicants may walk-in for interview on the date and time at any of the venue as given in PDF attachment.
- The competent authority reserves the right for any amendment / cancellation and change in this advertisement in which or part thereof without assigning any reason.
- Only Indian national are eligible for this position.
- Applicants will be medically examined by a board of medical officers detailed for the purpose.
- Appointment will be subject to medical fitness.
- The applicants may also visit website of ITBP police.
- The applicants read off the information carefully before appearing in the walk-in-interview.
Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP) is one of the five Central Armed police forces of India raised on 24th October 1962 under the CRPF act, in the wake of the Sino-Indian War of 1962. The Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP) was intended for deployment along India border with Chinese occupied Tibet.
In September 1996, the parliament of India enacted the “Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP) Act, 1992” to provide for the constitution and regulation of the ITBP for ensuring the security of the ITBP for ensuring the security of the borders of India and for matters connected there with the first head of the ITBP, designated inspector general was balbir singh, a police officer previously belonging to the intelligence Bureau. The Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP) which started with 4 battalions has since restructuring in 1978 has undergone expansion to a force of 45 battalions with 4 more being raised as of 2013.
Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP) in civil medical camp, disaster management and nuclear, biological and chemical diseases. Indo-Tibetan Border Police force (ITBP) personnel have been deployed abroad in UN peace keeping missions in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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