CISF Constable Jobs Notification Released


CISF Constable Jobs Notification Released

Nuclear power plants, space stations, currency note presses, seaports, airports, steel plants, hydraulic/ thermal power plants etc. are of great importance in the country’s economy. The security of these is handled by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).

This organization, which is working under the Home Department, has recently released an advertisement for the recruitment of 451 constable posts. Eligible male candidates can apply online!

Candidates will be selected on the basis of Physical Standard Test (PST)/ Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Documentation/ Trade Test/Return Test. The written test will be conducted in OMR/Computer Based Test (CBT) mode in English and Hindi languages. After PST/PET, Documentation and Trade Test, there will be a written test. Medical examination will be conducted for those who pass all the stages. Final selection will be based on the merit shown in the written test. The recruitment process is conducted at various centers across the country.  If you want to apply for both the posts of Constables/Driver and Constables/Driver cum Pump Operator (Driver for Fire Services), it is enough to send one application. However, the first two priorities should be clearly stated.

There is no possibility of changes in the application after submission. Appointments are temporary but there may be opportunities to make them permanent. Selected candidates should be willing to work anywhere in the country and abroad. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/EWS/ESM categories will be subject to reservation as per Govt. Disabled persons are not eligible for these posts.

There are 183 constable/driver vacancies out of total 451 posts.

Out of these, 76 were allotted to Unreserved, 27 to SCs, 13 to STs, 49 to OBCs and 18 to EWS. There are 268 Constable/ (Driver cum Pump Operator) (Driver for Fire Services) Vacancies. Out of these, 111 were allotted to Unreserved, 40 to SCs, 19 to STs, 72 to OBCs and 26 to EWS.


Passed Matriculation/ Equivalent Examination. Heavy Motor Vehicle or Transport Vehicle (HMV/TV); Light Motor Vehicle; Should have motorcycle with gear license. Should have three years experience in driving Heavy Motor Vehicle or Transport Vehicle or Light Motor Vehicles and Motorcycle.


Should be between 21 to 27 years. Exemption in upper age limit for Govt/ CISF employees. General and OBC candidates who have served as Constable (GD), Constable (Fire), Constable (Tradesman) in CISF have relaxation upto 40 years. There is an exemption for SC and ST candidates upto 45 years of age. All of them should have successfully completed three years of service in central government jobs. 10 percent vacancies in each category are reserved for ex-servicemen.

Physical Standards:

167 cm. Height, chest measurement 80-85 cm. should be ST candidates height 160 cm, chest 76-81 cm. should be Weight should be appropriate for height and age. Physical Standard Test (PST) will be conducted only for the candidates who have cleared the High Bar Test.

Physical Efficiency Test:

This test is conducted for those who have won the High Bar Test and PST. As part of this test.. a 900 meter run should be completed in 3 minutes and 15 seconds. 11 feet long jump should be done in three attempts. A high jump of 3 feet, 6 inches must be completed in three attempts. Candidates who do not qualify in one of these three will not be selected for the next stage.

Trade Test:

Candidates who pass Physical Standard Test, Physical Efficiency Test and Documentation will be conducted Trade Test. Minimum qualifying marks should be achieved in this.

* 25 marks out of 50 marks should be obtained in light vehicle and heavy vehicle driving tests. 15 out of 30 marks should be secured in the motor mechanism and practical knowledge test. Capable of doing minor repairs to vehicles. These marks will not be considered in final selection.However, only those who secure the minimum qualifying marks will be selected for the next stage.

How is the written test?

Written test will be conducted for those who qualify in PST/PET/Documentation and Trade tests. It will be in OMR/ Computer Based Test mode. The question paper will test General Awareness/ General Knowledge, Elementary Mathematics, Analytical Aptitude, Basic Knowledge of English/ Hindi. This exam will be at 10th standard level. 100 marks for 100 questions. The questions will be of multiple choice in objective mode. There will be no negative marking. Unreserved/EWS/Ex-Servicemen candidates should score 35% and SC/ST/OBC candidates should score 33% in the written test. Exam date will be announced through CISF website.

General Knowledge/ General Awareness:

In this section, questions are designed to test the candidate’s awareness of the surrounding environment. Also there are questions to know the candidate’s grasp on current affairs and observation of daily affairs. Our country’s relations with other countries, sports, history, culture, geography, economic conditions, Indian polity, Indian constitution, scientific research, etc. should be understood. For this, if you make a habit of reading newspapers daily, you will get results.

Elementary Mathematics:

Number Systems, Decimals and Fractions, Relationship between Numbers, Fundamental Arithmetical Operations, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Mensuration, Time and Distance, Ratio and Time, Time and Work etc. in this paper

Analytical Aptitude (Intelligence and Reasoning):

Non-verbal approach. Questions are given from topics like Similarities and Differences, Spatial Visualization, Visual Memory, Discrimination, Observation, Relationship, Arithmetic Reasoning, Arithmetic Number Series, Non-Verbal Series, Coding-Dekong etc.


Spot Error, Fill in the Blanks, Synonyms/ Homonyms, Antonyms, Spellings/ Detecting Misspelled Words, Idioms and Phrases, One Word Substitution, Improvement of Sentences, Active/Passive Voice, Conservation Inling to Direct/ In Direct Narration, Questions will be on parts of sentence, shuffling of sentences in a passage, close passage, comprehension passage, etc.

->  Based on the marks obtained in the written examination, the list of candidates will be prepared category wise for General, SC, ST, OBC, EWS and ESM. The final results will be published on the CISF recruitment website 

There will be no waiting list. Candidates who clear all the exams will be selected through a Detailed Medical Examination (DME).

Application Fee:  Rs.100 to be paid online. SC, ST, ESM candidates need not pay fee.

Last date for application: 22.02.2023

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