UPSC CISF 2021 (Assistant Commandant) Recruitment 2021: Direct Link to Apply

UPSC CISF 2021 (Assistant Commandant) Recruitment 2021: Direct Link to Apply


UPSC CISF 2021 (Assistant Commandant) Recruitment 2021:
Union Public Service Commission has released the notification for CISF 2021 (Assistant Commandant). The Examination is restricted to only certain categories of departmental candidates of CISF. The candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfil all eligibility conditions for admission to the examination. Candidates admission to all the stages of the examination will be purely provisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. In this article, we have provided you with important details like notification, exam eligibility criteria.

UPSC CISF Recruitment 2021 Important Dates

Notification DateDec 2, 2020
Last Date of SubmissionDec 31, 2020
UPSC CISF Exam Date14 March 2021
StateDelhi
CountryIndia
OrganizationUnion Public Service Commission 

UPSC CISF 2021 Recruitment 2021 Vacancy Details

The tentative number of vacancies to be filled on the basis of the Examination will be 23 (General-18, SC-03, ST-02)

UPSC CISF Recruitment 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who want to appear in UPSC CISF LDCE Exam 202 must be Graduate from a recognized University.

Age Limit:

Candidate must not have attained the age of 35 years (There will be age relaxation for reserved category candidates as per government norms)

How to apply for UPSC CISF Recruitment 2021

  • Eligible candidates need to fill in the application form online on the UPSC’s website www.upsc.gov.in. 

  • The online application form can be filled from 2nd Dec 2020 to 22nd Dec 2020, after which the link will be disabled. 

  • Candidates are also required to route a hard copy of the online-submitted application through proper channel to the CISF authorities at the address: Director General, Central Industrial Security Force, 13, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi110003, for verification and onward transmission to the Commission. 











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