CISF Constable Tradesmen Recruitment 2016: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has recently announced CISF Recruitment 2016 notification to recruit for the 137 Constable (Tradesmen) posts. Candidates who were looking for government constable jobs in CISF can apply in this CISF Recruitment 2016 by sending in their CISF offline application in the official format, which are available the official website i.e. cisf.gov.in/recruitment/. Eligible candidates may apply in prescribed application format on or before 09-05-2016 and 16-05-2016 for North East Region residents.
Application are invite form Male Indian Citizens for filling up the following temporary posts of Constable (Tradesmen) in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) in the trade of Barber, Boot Maker, Cook, Mali, Painter, Sweeper and Washer man in the Pay Band-I Rs. 5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs.2200/- plus usual and admissible allowances to the Central Government employees form time to time.
CISF Constable Tradesmen Recruitment 2016 Details:
Number of Posts: 137
Name of Posts: Constable (Tradesman)
Barber- 20 vacancies
Boot Maker- 07 vacancies
Cook- 44 vacancies
Mali- 02 vacancies
Painter- 01 vacancies
Sweeper- 25 vacancies
Washer Man- 25 vacancies
Ex-Servicemen (Barber, Cook, Sweeper & Washer Man)- 13 vacancies
Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 18 – 23 years as on 01-08-2016.
Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed Matriculation or equivalent from a recognised Board or University.
How to apply: Application on the proforma as per Appendix-‘A’ should be sent to the concerned application receiving authorities prescribed below along with requisite application fees of Rs.50/- (Rupees fifty only) in the form of Postal Order drawn in favour of the officer mentioned under column 4 below and payable at the post office as mentioned under column 5. SC/ST and Ex-Servicemen candidates are exempted from application fee.
About CSIF: The CSIF was established under the Act of the Parliament, India on March 10, 1969 with strength of 2,800. The CISF was later transformed into an armed force of Union of India, through another Act of Parliament, that was passed on June 15, 1983. The current strength of CSIF is 165,000. The department plans to raise the strength to 200,000 in the next 2–3 years.