ITBP Recruitment 2015 for 158 Sub-Inspector, Head Constable Posts

ITBP Recruitment 2015 for 158 Sub-Inspector, Head Constable Posts

Important Dates:

Last date for Submission of application: 10-09-2015
Total Number of Vacancies: 158 Posts

Name of the Posts:

•    Assistant Sub-Inspector/ Stenographer (Direct Entry & Departmental) – 10 Posts
•    Head Constable/ Combatant Ministerial (Direct Entry & Departmental) – 148 Posts

Educational Qualification:

•    Assistant Sub-Inspector/ Stenographer (Direct Entry & Departmental) – The Candidate should be passed HSC /Dictation speed 80 words/ min for 10 minutes & Transcription speed 50 minutes in English, 65 minutes in Hindi language
•    Head Constable/ Combatant Ministerial (Direct Entry & Departmental) – The Candidate should be passed HSC /Must be typing speed 35 words/min in English, 30 words/min in Hindi Language


The candidate age should be between 18-25 years.Upper age limit for SC/ST/PWD applicable as per Govt. guidelines

Pay or Salary:

The Pay Scale of Rs.5200-20200/- with Grade pay of Rs.2400/- per month.

Selection Procedure for ITBP:

The selection procedure will be made on the performance in Written test and interview

How to Apply for ITBP:

Interested and eligible candidate may send the prescribed application format along with self – attested copies of the certificates in proof of educational qualifications, age, Caste and experience to please see the address in Notification on or before 10-09-2015.

About ITBP:

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) is one of the five Central Armed Police Forces of India, raised on 24 October 1962, under the CRPF Act, in the wake of the Sino-Indian War of 1962. The ITBP was intended for deployment along India’s border with Chinese-occupied Tibet.
In September, 1996, the Parliament of India enacted the “Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force Act, 1992” to “provide for the constitution and regulation” of the ITBP “for ensuring the security of the borders of India and for matters connected therewith”. The first head of the ITBP, designated Inspector General, was Balbir Singh, a police officer previously belonging to the Intelligence Bureau. The ITBP, which started with 4 battalions, has since restructuring in 1978 has undergone expansion to a force of 45 battalions with 4 more being raised as of 2013.

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