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CISF ASI LDCE recruitment 2019: Apply for 1314 posts, check eligibility, exam pattern and other details

CISF recruitment 2019: Apply at cisf.gov.in (Express Photo by Prem Nath Pandey).

CISF ASI LDCE recruitment 2019: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has invited applications for the post of Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) through Limited Departmental Competitive Exam (LDCE). Interested candidates can apply through the official website, cisf.gov.in. A total of 1,314 vacancies are to be filled through this recruitment process.

To be eligible for the post, candidates will have to appear for a written exam followed by a physical standard test (PST), physical efficiency test (PET) and a detailed medical examination. The application process will be closed on December 9 and the exam is scheduled to be held on February 16, 2020.

CISF ASI LDCE recruitment 2019: Eligibility

Age: The upper age limit is capped at 35 years. There is a relaxation of up to five years for SC/ST candidates while for OBC category candidates, there is no age limit. The upper age will be calculated as on August 1, 2019.

Education: The applicants must have a graduation degree to be eligible for the posts.

Work experience: Candidates must hold at least five years of regular work experience as constable/GD, head constable/GD and Constable/TM as on August 1, 2019.

CISF ASI LDCE recruitment 2019: How to apply

Step 1: Visit the official website, cisf.gov.in
Step 2: Click on 'recruitment' in the right-hand panel
Step 3: Click on the link 'Assistant sub-inspector LDCE' link
Step 4: Read instructions carefully, download form at the end of the recruitment notice
Step 5: Fill the form and submit

CISF ASI LDCE recruitment 2019: Exam pattern

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The written exam will be OMR-based multiple choice question (MCQ) paper. A total of three-and-half-hours will be allotted to candidates to solve 200 questions, each for one mark. To be eligible in the test, candidates must score at least 45 per cent marks in each part and 50 per cent marks in aggregate. A relaxation of 5 per cent is available for reserved category candidates.

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