Head Constable- BSF- Govt job across India, Border Security Force(BSF), Pan India


Border Security Force(BSF)

Chairman/MD/CEO : Rajni Kant Mishra, Director General

Head Office : DG BSF, Block No. 10, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003

Education Requirement : 10th/12th/ITI

No of Vacancy : 1072


Position - Head Constable- BSF- Govt Job Across India
Company - Border Security Force(BSF)
Location - India
No of Vacancy - 1072
Salary - 3 Lakh To 10 Lakh
Posted On - 2019-05-20

BSF Recruitment 2019 for Head Constables | 1072 Vacancies | Last Date: 12 June 2019

 
BSF Recruitment – Detailed Eligibility:
 
Head Constable (Radio Operator):
  • Matriculation or equivalent from a recognized Board and two years Industrial Training Institute Certificate (ITI) in Radio and Television or, Electronics or, computer operator & Programming Assistant or, Data Preparation & Computer Software ON, General Electronics or, Data Entry Operator from a recognized Institute. or,
  • Pass in Intermediate or 12th standard or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized Board or University or Institution as a regular student with aggregate 60% marks in PCM subject.
 
Head Constable (Radio Mechanic):
  • Matriculation or equivalent from a recognized Board and two years Industrial Training Institute Certificate (ITI) in Radio and Television or, General Electronics or, computer operator & Programming Assistant or, Data Preparation & Computer Software or, Electrician or, Fitter or Info Technology & Electronics System maintenance or, Comn Equipment Maintenance or, Computer Hardware or, Network Technician or, Mechatronics or, Data Entry Operator from a recognized Institute. or,
  • Pass in Intermediate or 12th standard or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized Board or University or Institution as a regular student with aggregate 60% marks in PCM subject.
 
Age limit (As on 12.06.2019): 18 to 25 years
 
Relaxations in upper Age Limit:
  • 5 years for SC/ST Candidates
  • 3 years for OBC candidates
  • Others as per Govt rules.
 
BSF Head Constable – List of vacancies: 1072 Posts
  • Head Constable (Radio Operator) – 300 Posts
  • Head Constable (Radio Mechanic) – 772 Posts
 
BSF Recruitment Head Constable Selection Process:
The selection process will be based on
  • Phase-I – Written Test (OMR Based)
  • Phase-II – Physical Standard Test, Physical Endurance Test, Verification of Original Documentation & Descriptive Type Written Test
  • Phase-III – Final Medical Examination
 
Application Fee: Rs.100/- (No fee for SC/ST, Female candidates of all categories & BSF serving personnel candidates).

Overview- Border Security Force

The BSF raised in 1965 with the specific purpose of manning the Indian border as the 'First Line of Defence' against infiltration, smuggling and military assault, can hardly be said to comprise an enviable job. For the BSF, and its counterparts in India’s neighbouring countries, the border is a live and often unfriendly unstable entity difficult to control and tame. No one knows this better than the hardy and enterprising men and officers of the BSF who continuously keep on guarding the border for the whole year at the Border Out Posts (BOPs) on IB and FDLs on LC, often with just their weapons and wild animals for company. These Posts/Pickets are established in regions which experience extreme weather conditions. These are found in the desert of the Thar where temperatures can touch 50 degrees centigrade during the tropical summer. They are also located in the freezing mountains of the Kashmir region where the winter temperatures can go down to minus 50 degrees centigrade.

BSF is working hard to serve the nation and this website is a sincere attempt on our part to remove the barriers of communication so that we are able to communicate directly with the Citizens of India.

BSF's role during peacetime
  • To promote a sense of security among the people living in the border areas.
  • To prevent trans-border crimes, unauthorized entry into or exit from the territory of India.
  • To prevent smuggling and any other illegal activities on the Border.
  • Anti-infiltration duties.
  • To collect trans-border intelligence.

BSF's role during war time
  • Holding ground in assigned sectors.
  • Limited aggressive action against irregular forces of the enemy (Though in 1971 war, several instances of battle with regular Army of Pakistan are also there. In Hot War Scenario, one has to fight whoever is pitched against you, regular or irregular.)
  • Maintenance of Law and Order in enemy territory administered under the Army's control.
  • Guarding of Prisoners of War camps.
  • Acting as guides to the Army in border areas.
  • Assistance in control of refugees.
  • Provision of escorts.
  • Performing special tasks connected with intelligence including raids


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