Selection Process/ Procedure for Assistant Surgeon/ Assistant Commandant (Veterinary) Post in Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBPF): Candidates, whose applications are found to be in order, shall be issued Admit cards to appear in recruitment test. The date and venue of recruitment test will be indicated in Admit card. It is clarified that candidature of candidates who are issued admit cards will remain provisional till they are finally selected. The candidates who report on the basis of admit card, will have to undergo the following recruitment tests:-
|Physical Verification of Documentation:|
|The Original documents of the candidates called for Physical Standard Test will be checked by the recruitment board. Original documents will be returned on the spot after verification. No marks shall be allotted for documentation. Candidates failing to qualify at the stage of documentation shall be eliminated.|
|Physical Standard Test (PST):|
|Candidates who have qualified in documentation shall be allowed to appear in Physical Standard Test. Physical Standard Test will be carried out by the Recruitment Board to assess their Height, Chest and Weight according to the prescribed physical standard. Candidates who fail to qualify the PST shall be eliminated.|
|Physical Efficiency Test (PET):|
|(i) The candidates who qualify PST shall appear in following Physical Efficiency Test (PET):-
(iii) There Shall be no appeal against PET events by candidate who fails in any event organized in this regard.
Note: Pregnancy at the time of Physical Efficiency Test will be a disqualification and pregnant female candidate shall be rejected at this stage in their own interest as per the medical standard as applicable in this regard.
|Those who qualify Physical Efficiency Test are required to undergo biometric identification.|
|Interview (Personality Test) - 100 Marks:|
|Candidates declared qualified in Documentation, PST and PET and written test would be required to appear before the Selection Board for interview. Candidates shortlisted for interview shall produce the original education certificates at the time of interview. Non-production of education certificates shall be disqualification.|
|Detailed Medical Examination:|
|(i) Candidates shortlisted as per merit shall undergo detailed medical examination to assess their fitness for appointment as per prescribed standards.
(ii) A candidate declared unfit in detailed medical examination if not satisfied with the findings of the Medical Officer, may submit an application for his re-medical examination with a duly filled Medical fitness certificate (Proforma at annexure-VIII) as a proof of evidence about the possibility of error of judgment on the part of Recruitment Medical Officer within 15 days from the date of his rejection in DME. 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 rejected as unfit for appointment in ITBP by a Medical Officer.
(iii) The appeal will also not be taken into consideration unless it contains Medical Re-Examination Fee of Rs. 100/- in form of Indian Postal Order and Rejection Slip (original) issued by the Presiding Officer. RME fee in the form of IPO should be prepared in the name DDO, Dte.Gen. ITB Police, New Delhi. The appeal complete in all respects should be submitted within 15 days from the date of issue of Rejection Slip in which the finding of the Medical Officer are communicated to the candidate. ITBP will not be responsible for any postal delay.
(iv) The application for re-medical examination shall be sent to Commandant (Recruitment), Dte. Gen. ITB Police Force, Block-2, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road New Delhi-110003. The decision of the re-medical board of ITBP shall be final and no 2nd appeal will be entertained, except in of rejection on grounds of visual acuity, as per Govt. instructions. No reply of the correspondence for second appeal will be considered/entertained.
|(i) Merit lists in each category namely, Gen, SC, ST and OBC(NCL) will be drawn on the basis of total marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination and Interview. Candidates shall be shortlisted for Detailed Medical Examination (DME) as per the category wise vacancies on the basis of this merit. Extended list may also be prepared to cover the shortfall due to failure of candidates in DME.
(ii) In case of tie in marks, the candidate with older age will be placed higher in merit list, if the tie still persists, then candidate whose name comes first in the alphabet order (English) will be kept higher in the merit list.