CRPF Constable Recruitment 2013 Selection Process
Selection Process for CRPF Recruitment 2013 :
Physical Standards Test :
|1.||For all except ST category.||170 Cms.||80 Cms Unexpended ( Minimum expansion 05 Cms )||Proportiona te to height and age as per medical Standard.|
|2.||ST candidates hailing from left wing of extremist affected Districts||160 Cms||76 Cms Unexpended ( Minimum expansion 05 Cms )|
Relaxation in height and chest ( as the case may be ) as mentioned above will be permissible only on production of Certificate at the time of PST / PET in the Proforma as prescribed in Appendix‐B to D from the competent authorities of the District where he ordinarily resides.
CRPF Physical Eficiency Test 2013 :
05 KMs race to be completed within 24 minutes. No PET will be held for Ex ‐ Service men. However, they will be required to qualify in written and medical examination.
Eye Sight :
(i) The minimum distant vision should be 6/6 & 6/9 of both eyes without correction i.e. without wearing of glasses.
(ii) Further, colour blindness will be a disqualification for the post and if at any stage of their service career, if they are found to be colour blind, they will be boarded out as per SHAPE policy in vogue.
(iii) The candidates must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint in eyes. They must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of the duties. They should conform to the medical standards prescribed by the Force and should be declared fit by the Medical Officers of CAPFs. The medical certificate obtained from elsewhere will not be entertained.
(iv) Medical Test ( X ‐ Ray & laboratory ) shall be conducted only in respect of those candidates who are found otherwise medically fit. No appeal will lie if the candidate is declared unfit in X‐ray or in other test / examination.
(v) Testimonials of the candidates will be checked at the medical examination stage by the Board.
Condition For Ex ‐ Servicemen :
Ex ‐ servicemen means a person, who has served in any rank whether as combatant or non‐combatant in regular in Army, Navy and Air Force of the Indian union and :
(a) Who either has been retired or relieved or discharged from such service whether at his own request or being relieved by the employer after earning his or her pension or
(b) Who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military service / circumstances beyond his control and awarded medical or other disability pension or
(c) Who has been released, otherwise than on his own request from such service as a result of reduction in establishment : or
(d) Who has been released from such service after completing the specific period of engagement, otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency and has been given a gratuity and include personnel of the Territorial Army of the following categories namely :
(i) Pension holders for continuous ( embodied ) service.
(ii) Persons with disability attributable to military service.
(iii) Gallantry award winner.
(e) For recruitment of Ex ‐ servicemen for the post of Constable ( General Duty ) in CAPFs :
|a) Physical Standard||Total relaxation|
|b) Medical Category||Shape – 1 ( One )|
|c) Character||Exemplary / Very Good / Good|
|d) Break in Service||Not more than 24 months|
|e) Education||Total relaxation|
|f) Age Limit||Age concession for Ex – Servicemen will be allowed in accordance with the orders issued by the Govt. of India from time to time and they will be allowed to deduct Military service from their actual age and such resultant age should not exceed the Prescribed age limit by more than three years.|
(g) PET will not be held for Ex ‐ servicemen. However they will be required to qualify in CRPF written and medical examination.
(h) In case of vacancies reserved for Ex ‐ Servicemen, the reserved vacancies remained unfilled due to non ‐ availability of eligible or qualified candidates, the same shall be filled by candidates from “ non ‐ Ex ‐ servicemen category ”.
(1) Registration :
i. On reporting of candidate at Rally Centre, Application will be collected and name will be registered by allotting Roll Numbers on the spot.
ii. For accessing to rally ground identity proof i.e. domicile certificate, Adhar Number, voter ID card and Ration card etc. could be accepted. The details scrutiny of the eligibility will not be undertaken by the board at the time of PET / PST and candidates prima ‐ facie eligible will be allowed to appear in PET / PST.
(2) (A) Height Bar Test :
At the very beginning, candidates will be asked to go through the height bar and thereby ineligible candidates with lesser height will get eliminated.
(B) Race ( 05 Kms )
Candidates who are found eligible on height parameters will undergo PET ( race ) which shall consist of 05 kilometres race to be completed within 24 minutes which will be of qualifying nature.
(C) Identification :
Those who qualify in the race will be subjected to the modern bio – metric methods to obviate impersonation by the candidates. The biometric methods should be used at all stages of the recruitment ( in the absence of computer based biometric equipments, thumb impression, digital photograph and any specific identifying mark in the body may be used ).
(D) Physical Standard Test :
Those who are found eligible on Bio‐metric identification will be subjected to height, chest and weight measurement. Relaxation in height & chest ( as the case may be ) will be permissible only on production of required certificate.
(E) Appeal :
Appeals from candidates who are not satisfied with their physical measurement will be accepted. If candidate is found to be within the prescribed PST Standard they will be forwarded to next selection process in continuation.
(3) CRPF Written Examination 2013 ( 100 Marks ) :
i) The candidate who qualifies in the PST & PET will be required to appear in CRPF written test.
ii) The CRPF written test will consist objective type multiple choice questions to be answered using a pen. The question paper should be of 100 marks and it will comprise at least 100 questions for 2 hours duration.
iii) The question paper will be set to assess the General awareness, General knowledge, knowledge of elementary mathematic, analytical aptitude and ability to observe and distinguish patterns and to test the basic knowledge of the candidate in English / Hindi.
iv) All questions will be of Objective Type Multiple Choice. Questions will be set in Hindi, English and regional language i.e. Oriya. Accordingly, the papers can be answered in any of these languages.( However a candidate can select only one language as per his choice ).
v) While all the question papers in an examination may contain the same set of questions, the question papers may be in different series, which will have the questions in different order.
vi) The question paper will be set centrally.
vii) The cut off percentage of marks for qualifying in written examination will be as under :
General and Ex ‐ Service men : 35 %.
SC / ST / OBC : 33%.
(4) CRPF Medical Examination 2013 :
i) Only those candidates who have scored above the cut‐off marks fixed in written examination will be required to appear in the CRPF Medical Examination. The number of candidates to be medically examined will be equal to the number of vacancies increased by average failure rate during last medical examination determined on the basis of past experience.
ii) The candidates will be medically examined to assess their physical & medical fitness as prescribed in the eligibility conditions.
iii) Medical tests ( X ‐ Ray & Laboratory ) shall be conducted by Medical Officers of CRPF as prescribed in eligibility criteria only for such candidates who are found fit. No appeal will lie if the candidate is declared unfit in X‐ray or in other test / examination.
iv) The medical officer while carrying out medical examination will declare the candidate “ FIT ” or “ UNFIT ”. In no case, a candidate will be declared “ temporary unfit ”.
v) However, candidate declared “ medically unfit ” may file an appeal / representation within 15 days of rejection by the Medical Officer in prescribed performa ( Enclosed as Appendix ‐ E ). The appeal panel shall decide their appeal within a period of one month of the date of rejection. If found medically fit by Appeal panel, the candidate will be recruited subject to availability of vacancies and subject to his making merit criteria fixed for final selection.
vi) Declaring a candidate fit in medical examination will not be a guarantee for appointment as final selection is made in order of merit and limited to availability of vacancies in respective categories.
vii) The testimonial / certificate of the candidate will be checked at the CRPF medical examination stage by the Board.
Drawl of Final Merit List :
i) After completion of medical examination test, District / category wise merit list in each category namely General, SC, ST, OBC & Ex ‐ servicemen will be drawn separately on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained in written test by the candidate.
ii) As per Govt. of India policy for reservation and concession, the adjustment of SC, ST and OBC candidates who are selected on their own merit without relaxed standards along with candidates belonging to Genl. Communities, will not be adjusted against the reserved share of vacancies. Such SC, ST and OBC will be accommodated against the general / unreserved vacancies as per their position in the overall Merit List.
iii) The reserved vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible SCs, STs and OBCs candidates which will, thus, comprise of SC, ST and OBC candidates who are lower in merit than the last general candidate on merit list of unreserved category but otherwise found suitable for appointment by relaxed standard.
iv) In case of tie in marks, the merit list will be prepared in the following order :
(a) The tie is resolved by the Board by referring to the total marks in the written examination i.e., a candidate having more marks in the written examination gets preference over the candidates with less marks.
(b) If the tie still persists, the candidates older in age get preference.
(c) If the tie still persists, it is finally resolved by referring to the alphabetical order of names i.e. a candidate whose name begins with the alphabet which comes first in the alphabetical order gets preference.
v) Appointment to the candidate will be given only after securing place in merit list and limited availability of vacancies in respective categories.
v) Allocation of candidates to CAPFs i.e., BSF, CISF, CRPF, ITBP & SSB will be made in order of merit‐cum‐choice and vacancy position.
Final Selection :
(1) The final selection of the candidates will be made in order of merit ‐ cum ‐ choice in each category as per allotment of CRPF vacancies.
(2) The cut off percentage of marks for appointment will as under :
General and Ex ‐ service men : 35 %
SC / ST / OBC : 33 %
(3) The list of finally selected candidates will be displayed on the notice board of recruitment centre and CRPF website.
(4) Offer of appointment will be issued as per the availability of vacancies in each category in order of merit ‐ cum ‐ choice by the respective CAPFs.
(5) An undertaking shall be taken from all the selected candidates at the time of joining that if at any stage of their service career, if they are found to be colour blind they will be boarded out as per the SHAPE policy in vogue and enclose with their service records.