447 jobs issued for 10th pass; Salary will be Rs 21000

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447 jobs issued for 10th pass; Salary will be Rs 21000

New Delhi, March 12: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has issued recruitment for 447 posts of Constable and applications have been invited for these posts. Candidates can apply before March 19. Information related to recruitment is given below:

Name of the position: Constable

Number of posts: Applications have been invited for a total of 447 posts

Age limit: Applicants applying for these posts should have a minimum age of 21 years and maximum age of 27 years. This age will be fixed as on 19 March 2018

Application Fee: For these posts, candidates belonging to General and OBC category will have to pay Rs 100 fee and the fees can be deposited through SBI challan or online banking. While SC, ST category candidates and former employees will not have to pay fees

Salary: Rs 5200 to Rs 20200

Job location: All India 

Eligibility: Candidates Candidates should be 10th pass in order to apply for these jobs or equivalent education

Selection Procedure: Candidates will be selected on the basis of Physical Standard Test, Physical Efficiency Test, Written Examination and Medical Examination.

Last date: 19 March 2018 

How to apply: Interested candidate can be applied by visiting the official website cisfrectt.in

News24 Bureau 

Source by:-news24online

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