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Indo Tibetan Border Police Recruitment ITBP-2012

Indo Tibetan Border Police Recruitment ITBP-2012

Sub-Inspector (Telecommunication)

Head Constable (Telecommunication)

Constable (Telecommunication)

Constable (Animal Transport)

Applications are invited from male Indian citizens, for filling up of vacancies in above posts on temporary basis likely to be permanent, in the Indo Tibetan Border Police Force

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The post has all India liability and selected candidates can be posted anywhere in India and even abroad

On appointment, the candidate shall be governed by ITBPF Act and Rules

The last date of receipt of applications is 26th April, 2012 for all States except for Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Ladakh Division of Jammu and Kashmir State, Lahaul-Spiti District and Pangi Sub-Division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep for which last date is 03rd May, 2012

Pay Scale

Sub-Inspector (Telecommunication); PB-2; Rs 9300-34800/- plus grade pay Rs 4200/- per month

Head Constable (Telecommunication); PB-I; Rs 5200-20200/- plus grade pay Rs 2400/- per month

Constable (Telecommunication); PB-I; Rs 5200-20200/- plus grade pay Rs 2000/- per month

Constable (Animal Transport); PB-I; Rs 5200-20200/- plus grade pay Rs 2000/- per month

The post will carry dearness allowance, ration money, washing allowance as admissible from time to time, special compensatory allowance while posted in specified border areas, free uniform, free accommodation or HRA, transport allowance, free leave pass and any other allowances as admissible in the Force from time to time under the rules/instructions

These posts will be covered under new Restructured Defined Contributory Pension Scheme

The candidate appearing for the post should mention/intimate if any criminal cases is/are pending/lodged against him in any Police Station/Hon’ble court

Vacancy

Sub-Inspector (Telecommunication); General 08; SC 01; OBC 02; Total 11

Head Constable (Telecommunication); General 159; SC 60; ST 19; OBC 37; Total 275

Constable (Telecommunication); General 09; SC 02; ST 01; OBC 03; Total 15

Constable (Animal Transport); General 76; SC 21; ST 08; OBC 15; Total 120

Application should be sent by post at DIG (Estt), Rectt Cell, Directorate General, Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force, Block No-2, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003

10% of the vacancies in each category are reserved for Ex-Servicemen, except for the post of Sub-Inspector (Telecommunication)

4.5% of the vacancies in OBC category shall be reserved for minority communities who are included in the central list of OBCs as notified by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

Eligibility conditions

Sub-Inspector (Telecommunication)

Education qualification: Bachelors degree in Science with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Information Technology or Computer Science or Electronics and Communication or Electronics and Instrumentation; or Bachelor in Computer Application; or B.E. in Electronics and Communication or Instrumentation or Computer Science or Electrical or Information Technology; or Associate Member of Institution of Electronics and Communication or Instrumentation or Computer Science or Electrical or Information Technology Engineers or equivalent

Age (as on 26th April, 2012): Between 20 to 25 years

Head Constable (Telecommunication)

Educational qualification: 10+2 pass with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics having aggregate of 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized board or university; or 10th Class pass from a recognized board with two years Industrial Training Institute certificate in Electronics or Electrical or Computer from a recognized Institute; or 10th Class pass from a recognized board with Science (PCM) and with three years Diploma in Electronics or Communication or Instrumentation or Computer Science or Information Technology or Electrical from a recognized Institute

Age (as on 26th April, 2012): Between 18 to 25 years

Constable (Telecommunication)

Educational qualification

Essential: Matriculation from a recognized board or equivalent

Desirable: Diploma or Certificate course from an Industrial Training Institute or any other recognized Institution

Age (as on 26th April, 2012): Between 18 to 23 years

Constable (Animal Transport)

Educational qualification: Matriculation or equivalent from a recognized board

Age (as on 26th April, 2012): Between 18 to 25 years

Upper age limit is relaxable for SC/ST by 5 years; OBC by 3 years; Govt servant in accordance with the instructions issued by the Central Govt- 5 years; Children and dependent family members of those killed in 1984 riots and riots of 2002 in Gujarat-5 years; In case of all persons who had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 01st day of January 1980 to the 31st day of December 1989-5 years;

Ex-Servicemen-An Ex-serviceman, who has put in not less than six months continuous service in the Armed Forces, shall be allowed to deduct the period of such service from his actual age and if the resultant age does not exceed the prescribed maximum age by more than three years, he shall be deemed to satisfy the condition regarding age limit

How to apply: Eligible and interested candidates should send their applications (duly filled in Hindi or English only) complete in all respects and candidate’s admit card duly filled in, in the prescribed proforma

The application shall be type written or neatly hand written on one side only on full size plain paper with passport size photographs affixed, application fee, attested copies of testimonials at the address DIG (Estt), Rectt Cell, Directorate General, Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force, Block No-2, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 so as to reach on or before the prescribed last date 26th April, 2012 for all States except for Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Ladakh Division of Jammu and Kashmir State, Lahaul-Spiti District and Pangi Sub-Division of Chamba District of HP, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep for which last date is 03rd May, 2012

Application Fee: The candidates belonging to General/OBC category will be required to pay Rs 50/- (non refundable) as application fee in form of Central Recruitment Fee Stamp (CRFS)/IPO/ Bank Draft

The bank draft should be prepared in favour of Inspector General, North-West Frontier, ITBP, Payable at SBI, AFS Chandigarh, Code No-1495

No fee will be charged from SC/ST and Ex-servicemen candidates

The candidates opting for CRFS should affix the CRFS at specified space in application form and get cancelled as well

Enclosures required to be attached with application; attested copies of following be attached with the application form; educational certificate; professional qualification/experience certificate (as applicable); date of birth certificate (Matriculation or 10th class); SC/ST/OBC certificate (if belonging to any of these categories) issued by an authority not lower than Tehsildar or SDM; Domicile certificate issued by local revenue authorities for verification of citizenship; Discharge certificate for Ex-Servicemen; Two self addressed envelopes of 4”X9” size with Rs 5/- postage stamps affixed on each envelope; Certificate for claiming relaxation in height and chest (if applicable)

Envelope containing application must be super scribed in bold letters Application for the post of (Name of post for which applied) in ITBP

All above original documents/certificates are required to be brought at the time of recruitment tests for verification by the Board

Selection Process: The candidates shall be issued admit cards to appear in recruitment test

The date and venue of recruitment test will be indicated in admit card

It is clarified that candidature of candidates who are issued admit cards will remain provisional till they are finally selected and submit all related documents/certificates in original and prescribed format

There shall be no checking of documents at this stage and the candidates who report on the basis of admit card, will have to undergo the following recruitment tests

Height Bar-At the very beginning of recruitment process, candidates will be asked to go through the height bar test. The candidates not meeting the prescribed height will be removed from the process

Race-The candidates, who qualify the Height Bar Test, will be subject to qualify the following RACE event for further test

No marks will be awarded for this test, which will remain only qualifying in nature

Head Constable, Constable (Telecommunication, Animal Transport); Race-5 kms to be completed within 24 minutes

Sub-Inspector (Telecommunication); Race100 meters to be completed within 16 seconds

Race 1.6 kms to be completed within 6.5 minutes

Checking of documents: The documents of candidates will be checked by the Board

Original documents will be returned on the spot after verification and photocopies will be retained with the application form

Those who clear this stage will go to PST

Physical Standard Test (PST): Candidates found eligible in documentation will be screened for height, chest and weight measurements by the Board

Those who do not meet the required physical measurements will be removed from the process at this stage only

Physical Efficiency Test (PET) (only for SI and HC (Telecommunication)

The candidates who clear the PST stage will be required to undergo PET which will consist of the following

SI (Telecommunication); Long Jump-12 feet (maximum 03 chances); High Jump-3.9 feet (maximum 03 chances); Shot Put-14.8 feet (maximum 03 chances)

HC (Telecommunication); Long Jump-11 feet (maximum 03 chances); High Jump 3-1/2 feet (maximum 03 chances)

Physical Efficiency Test (PET) will be qualifying in nature and it will not carry any marks

Candidates must qualify in both the events

Those who do not qualify in either of PET events will be discarded then and there and will not be allowed to appear in further tests

No Race or Physical Efficiency Test will be held for Ex-servicemen

However, ex-servicemen will be required to pass the requisite PST, written examinations and medical examination

Written Examination (100 Marks): The candidates who qualify PST/PET will be required to pass the written examination consisting of following

General English (objective type); 20 questions; 20 marks

General Hindi (objective type); 20 questions; 20 marks

General Awareness (objective type); 20 questions; 20 marks

Quantitative Aptitude Test (objective type); 20 questions; 20 marks

Simple Reasoning (objective type); 20 questions; 20 marks

Total 100 marks

Qualifying marks in written examination shall be 35% for General Candidates/Ex-Servicemen and 33% for SC/ST/OBC

The duration of written examination will be 2 hours

Candidates will be required to record their answer in OMR sheet with blue/black ball pen

The OMR answer sheet of written test will be processed/scanned in an electronic machine

Any wrong entry of roll number, name, question booklet number, question paper series will render the OMR sheet invalid and the same will not be evaluated

The concerned candidate will be responsible for such mistake on their part

Interview (for Sub-Inspector, HC and CT (Telecommunication) only)-10 marks

The candidates who qualify the written examination will be put through an interview to check personal bearing, response, aptitude and general level of intelligence etc

Though, there will be no qualifying marks for Interview but the marks obtained by the candidates will be included while preparing the merit list

Merit List: Merit lists in respect of each category will be drawn on the basis of combined marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination and Interview

However, merit list for the post of CT/AT will be drawn on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination

The candidates shall be short listed for detailed Medical Examination (DME) as per the category-wise vacancies on the basis of this merit

Detailed Medical Examination (DME): Candidates selected in order of merit will be put through medical examination to assess their fitness as per the standards fixed for recruitment to the respective post

Appeal against rejection in detailed medical examination: A candidate declared unfit in detailed medical examination, if not satisfied with the findings of the Medical Officer, can submit an appeal for his re-medical examination with duly filled Medical Fitness Certificate in the prescribed proforma as a piece of evidence about possibility of error of judgment in the decision of the Medical Officer at the time of Recruitment

The candidates are requested to go through the recruitment notification and confirm their eligibility in all respects before submitting an application

For frequent updates related to recruitment in ITBP, please visit www.itbp.gov.in

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