CISF Recruitment/ Selection Procedure/ Process for Constable Driver: Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), offers a challenging career to young and dynamic Male Indian citizens for recruitment to the post of Constable Driver in force from time to time. Eligible candidates who have applied for this entry and now preparing for exam can prepare themselves as per below given detail....
Scheme of Recruitment for the Post of Constable/ Driver: Candidates whose applications are found to be in order shall be called for further stages of recruitment. Each stage mentioned in (a) and (b) below will be qualifying in nature i.e. no marks will be awarded for these tests, but candidates must qualify each stage to proceed further in the recruitment. Failure to qualify in any stage will result in elimination of the candidate from the recruitment process.
a) Eligibility Test: The eligibility criteria i.e. Age, Educational Qualification, Height, Chest, Driving Licence, Driving Experience etc. for the respective posts will be verified by the Recruitment Board from the original certificates produced by the candidates in accordance with the standards prescribed in the advertisement. Those who do not confirm to the eligibility criteria of height, as advertised, will not be considered. Those found qualified will be put through following PET event. Candidates who qualify PET will be put through Physical measurement and detailed verification of eligibility standards/ documentation. Those who fail in PET/ PST/ detailed verification of eligibility standard will be eliminated at that stage itself and will not be allowed to appear in further tests.
b) Physical Efficiency Test (PET):
- 800 Meters to be completed in 3 minutes and 15 Seconds.
- 11 feet Long Jump (Candidate will be given 3 chances).
- 3 feet 6 inches High Jump (Candidate will be given 3 chances).
- Note: Ex-Servicemen are exempted from Physical Efficiency Test.
c) Trade Test and Written Test: Those who qualify in the PET, physical measurement and detailed verification of eligibility standards/documentation will be put through the following tests. Any candidate who do not secure the minimum qualifying marks in these tests as shown against each, will be eliminated from that particular stage and will not be allowed to appear in the further tests:-
d) Medical Examination: After preparation of merit list, the candidates selected in order of merit (category-wise) will be put through a detailed medical examination to assess their fitness. Some additional candidates may be called to cater to the shortfall arising due to absence of candidates for medical examination or medical unfitness of the candidates.
e) Final Selection: Final selection will be made on the basis of merit from the candidates called for detailed medical examination.
f) Appeal against Medical Unfitness: In all cases a candidate, who has been declared UNFIT for appointment in CISF in the Medical Examination will be communicated the grounds for rejection in broad terms by the Examining Medical Officer, The candidate, if not satisfied with the findings of the Medical Examination, can submit an appeal for REVIEW MEDICAL EXAMINATION within 15 days from the date on which the candidate has been declared unfit, with a proof of his fitness in the prescribed form as per Appendix – ‘F’ and Appendix - ‘G’ respectively. The Medical certificate will not be taken into consideration unless it contains a note by the medical practitioner concerned to the effect that it has been given in full knowledge of the fact that the candidate has already been declared unfit for appointment by a Medical Officer. The appeal will also not be taken into consideration unless it contains Review Medical Examination Fee of Rs.25/- (Rupees twenty five only) through Demand Draft. (The details of authority to whom the appeal should be submitted and DDO concerned and payable branch etc will be mentioned in the rejection slip itself to be issued by the Examining Medical Officer/ Chairman of the Recruitment Board).