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Last Date to Apply: 29-09-2018
Junior Engineer/Sub Inspector - Job Details Date of Posting: 11-09-2018

Junior Engineer/Sub Inspector (Electrical) Group-B Job Position in Border Security Force (BSF) for Direct Recruitment

BSF recruiting 36 Vacancies for the post of Constable

Qualification : Pass three years Diploma in Electrical Engineering from an Institute recognized by the Central Government or State Government.

No. of Vacancy : 36 (UR-07, OBC-06, SC-01, ST-02)

Age :   30 years .


Physical Standard Test (PST) : Height - 165 Cms, Women-157 Cms, Chest 76-81 Cms

Selection procedure : Written Examination

General Intelligence & Reasoning-25 Questions, 25 Marks

General awareness-25 Questions-25 Marks

General Engineering (Electrical)-50 Questions-50 Marks 

Fee : Demand Draft/Indian Postal Order for Rs.200/- as examination Fee.

Centre : Guwahati, Kadamtala, Hazaribagh, Delhi, Bangalore, Jodhpur, Jalandhar


Last date for receipt of applications is om 30 days from the date of Advertisement.

Application should addressed to : 

The Inspector General, Frontier Headquarter BSF, Post — Anra, District — Kamrup, Guwahati (Assam) — 781017

The Inspector General, Frontier Headquarter BSF, North Bengal, Post — Kadamtala (Siliguri),District — Darjeeling (West Bengal) — 734011.

The Inspector General, BSF TC&S Hazaribagh, Meru Camp, Hazaribagh (Jharkhand) — 825317.

The Commandant 95 Bn BSF, Bhondsi Campus, Near Sohna Road, Distt-Gurgaon(Haryana)122102

The Inspector General, Frontier Headquarter BSF, BSF Campus Bangalore, Yelahanka, Bangalore (Karnataka) —560064

The Inspector General, Frontier Headquarter BSF, BSF Campus, Mandore Road, District- Jodhpur (Rajasthan) —342026

The Inspector General, Frontier Headquarter BSF, BSF Campus, Jalandhar Cantt (Punjab) — 144006


About Border Security Force BSF

 In 1965 India ’s borders with Pakistan were manned by the State Armed Police Battallion. Pakistan attacked Sardar Post, Chhar Bet and Beria Bet on 9 April, 1965 in Kutch . This exposed the inadequacy of the State Armed Police to cope with armed aggression due to which the Government of India felt the need for a specialized centrally controlled Border Security Force, which would be armed and trained to man the International Border with Pakistan.