Assam career 7/4/23. Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), through an official notification, has accepted applications for filling up 9212 Constable (Technical & Tradesmen) posts lying vacant in the department. Qualified Indian citizens can participate in this recruitment process.
For this, the form has to be filled in as described below. Candidates will have to submit the eligibility certificate and all other necessary documents.
The detail of the vacancy is mentioned below-
|Name Of The Post
|Constable Technical & Tradesmen
|Total Number Posts
|Central Reserve Police Force
|Release of Admit Card for
|20/06/2023 to 25/06/2023
|Schedule of Computer-Based
|01/07/2023 to 13/07/2023
Name of the post-Constable
Technical & Tradesmen, Male/ Female
Number Of Posts- 9212, Male- 9105, Female- 107.
Name of Board- Central Reserve Police Force.
Pay Scale- Level 3 Pay Scale with RS 21,700 to RS 69,100.
Helpline- Official website of CRPF.
Candidates must have passed matriculation (HSLC) or equivalent exam from a government-recognized Board or University.
Citizenship- Candidates must be a citizen of India.
The age limit for the posts of Constable Driver the minimum age limit is 21 Years and the maximum age limit is 27 years as of 01/08/2023. Candidates should not have been born earlier than 02/08/1996 and later than 01/08/2002.
For the posts of Constable Other discipline, the minimum age limit is 18 Years and the maximum age should be 23 years as of 01/08/2023. Candidates should not have been born earlier than 02/08/2000 and later than 01/08/2005.
Age Relaxation- Age relaxation is available according to the central government relaxation policy.
The application fee will be according to the candidate’s category as mentioned below-
How to Apply
Interested candidates must apply online on the official application form mentioned here only. Candidates already serving in government positions can apply through the proper channel.
No application will be filled up after the expiry of the given time as the link will be disabled.
The selection process will contain computer-based tests, physical fitness tests, skill tests, etc.
- If the date of birth, domicile, and names of the parents of candidates do not match the information submitted online, the candidate’s application will be rejected outright.
- In addition, if the LTI (left thumb impression), signature, handwriting, or photo of candidates do not match the biometric data collected during the computer-based test (CBT) and submitted online, they will be considered as suspected candidates.
- The CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) may take further action to investigate the matter, including consulting with concerned authorities and forensic experts, to decide the candidate’s eligibility.
- Candidates who wish to avail themselves of reservation benefits provided for SC/ST/OBC/EWS/ESM or any other relaxation as per the Notice of Examination must ensure that they are eligible for such reservation/relaxation. Additionally, they must possess certificates in the prescribed format as evidence to support their claims.
- It is recommended that candidates provide their accurate and currently active email address and mobile number while filling out the online application form, as the CRPF may use email and SMS to communicate with them.
- Candidates are required to strictly mention their name, date of birth, father’s name, and mother’s name exactly as recorded in their matriculation certificate. Failure to do so may result in the cancellation of their candidature during document verification or if noticed by the CRPF at any stage of the recruitment process.
Important points for ex-serviceman
Ex-servicemen (ESM) who have secured regular employment in the civil side of the government after receiving the benefits of reservation for re-employment are not eligible for reservation or fee concession under the ESM category. However, they can still avail of the benefit of reservation as an Ex-serviceman for subsequent employment if they immediately provide a self-declaration/undertaking to the employer about the date-wise details of their previous applications for various vacancies before joining their initial civil employment. This information is available in OM No. 36034/1/2014-Estt(Res) dated 14th August 2014, issued by DoP&T.
The “Call up Service” period of an Ex-serviceman in the Armed Forces will be considered as service rendered in the Armed Forces for age relaxation purposes.
In order to be considered an Ex-serviceman for securing the benefits of reservation, any serviceman of the three Armed Forces of the Union must have already acquired the status of an Ex-serviceman at the time of submitting his application for the Post/Service, or be able to prove his acquired entitlement through documentary evidence from the competent authority that he will complete the specified term of engagement with the Armed Forces within one year from the closing date of receipt of applications. The decision on the eligibility of ex-servicemen will be governed by the decision taken by DoP&T on the judgment of Hon’ble Delhi High Court in Writ Petition No. 520/2020 dated 01/12/2020.
Certification Process and Format
- Candidates who seek to be considered for reserved vacancies or require age relaxation must submit the necessary certificates in the prescribed format from the competent authority during document verification at the time of DME. Failure to do so will result in their claim for SC/ST/OBC/EWS category being rejected, and their application will be considered under the unreserved category (UR). Moreover, if a candidate has sought any other age-relaxation or claimed ESM status, and cannot produce the relevant certificate, he will be considered in his respective category, i.e., SC/ST/OBC/EWS/UR. The Notice of Examination contains the certificate formats, and certificates in any other format will not be accepted.
- In case of a candidate from the SC/ST/OBC category migrating from one state to another, he/she must make an informed choice whether to avail the benefit of reservation in the state of origin or appear as an unreserved candidate from the state of migration. The candidate must make this choice in the online application form, and no request for changing this option will be entertained by CRPF after submitting the application form. If the candidate chooses to avail the benefit of reservation from the state of origin, he/she must provide information about the state of origin and the state of current domicile in the Application Form, and his/her candidature will be considered for the state of origin.
- The closing date for receipt of online applications will be the crucial date for claiming SC/ST/OBC/EWS status.
- Candidates belonging to the OBC category seeking appointment on the basis of reservation must possess a valid caste/community certificate and ensure that they do not fall under the creamy layer category as of the crucial date, which is the closing date for receipt of application.
- Candidates should note that their candidature will be provisional until the concerned document’s veracity is verified by the Appointing Authority. Candidates are warned that any fraudulent claim of SC/ST/OBC/EWS/ESM status or any other benefit will lead to debarring from the examination.
- To prove their domiciliary status during document verification, candidates will be considered for recruitment in their respective State/UT on the production of a valid “Domicile/Permanent Residential Certificate (PRC)” issued by the competent authority authorized by the concerned State/UT. Failing to do so will lead to the cancellation of their candidature. The Domicile/PRC certificate must belong to the State/UT mentioned by the candidates in their online application form.
- Candidates belonging to the State of Assam are not required to submit a Domicile Certificate/Permanent Residence Certificate, as the State of Assam does not issue them. However, their selection will be subject to the verification of their residential status from the concerned District Authorities.
What is the application fee for CRPF vacancies?
Examination fees of Rs. 100/- are applicable to male candidates belonging to the General, EWS, and OBC categories only. Candidates belonging to SC/ST, all categories of female candidates, and ex-servicemen are exempted from payment of fees.Candidates can pay the examination fees online using BHIM UPI, net banking, Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, RuPay credit, or debit cards.Applications that are received without the requisite fee will be summarily rejected, and no representation against such rejection will be entertained. The examination fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances or adjusted against any other examination or selection.Candidates who are not exempted from payment of the examination fee must ensure that the fee has been deposited.If the fee is not received by CRPF, the status of the Application Form will be shown as “Incomplete,” and this information will be printed at the top of the Application Form printout. Additionally, the status of the fee payment can be verified at the “Payment Status” link provided on the candidate’s login screen.Applications that remain incomplete due to non-receipt of the fee will be summarily rejected, and no request for consideration of such applications and fee payment after the specified period in the Notice of Examination will be entertained.
What is the examination procedure for the vacancies of CRPF?
The Computer Based Test (CBT) will consist of Objective Multiple Choice Type questions and will be conducted in English and Hindi languages only. Candidates should keep in mind that for each wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted as negative marking. The date and center of the CBT will be communicated to the candidates through the Admit Card, which can be accessed through the CRPF website. Re-evaluation or re-checking of the scores will not be allowed, and no correspondence in this regard will be entertained. Normalized scores obtained by the candidates in the CBT will be used to determine the final merit list and cut off marks. The questions in the CBT will be of Matriculation level. A mock test link will be available on the CRPF website in the Candidates’ Corner to help candidates familiarize themselves with the CBT after the Admit Card is released. Candidates are not allowed to bring calculators or any other electronic gadgets to the Examination Hall. Assam career 7/4/23.
Is there any special provision for pregnant women?
If a female candidate is discovered to be pregnant during testing, regardless of the length of her pregnancy, she may be declared temporarily unfit for the job and her employment put on hold until after her delivery. The position for which the female candidate was chosen should be kept vacant for her. She must be re-evaluated for the physical efficiency test (PET) six weeks after giving birth, as long as she can provide a fitness certificate from a licensed medical practitioner. If she passes the test and is ranked in the normal merit for her category, she may be given the reserved job and receive seniority benefits as specified by the government’s regulations, which are modified from time to time. Assam career 7/4/23.
What is the procedure for the trade test?
From the candidates who pass the Computer-Based Test (CBT), Physical Standard Test (PST) and Physical Efficiency Test (PET), a pool of candidates will be created for the Trade Test. The Trade Test will be conducted through practical assessment and will be considered as qualifying only. To pass, a candidate must secure a minimum of 20 marks out of 50 in the practical Trade Test. The Trade Test will require the candidate to perform activities related to the trade/post they have applied for. Assam career 7/4/23.
What is the Provision for the candidates during DME?
Candidates who are declared unfit during the Detailed Medical Examination (DME) may undergo a Review Medical Examination (RME) if they provide written consent by signing the intimation form that explains the reasons for their unfitness (as per Annexure-VIII). The RME will be conducted as a continuation of the DME, preferably on the next day. The candidate must submit the Annexure-VIII form immediately after being informed of their unfitness in the DME, in accordance with the guidelines provided in the GoI, MHA OM No. F.No-E.32012/ADG(Med)/ DME & RME /DA-1/2020 (part file)/1166 dated 31/05/2021. Assam career 7/4/23.