- State PSC
The selection procedure for Para Medical Staff (all category of candidates i.e. Direct/Departmental/ Ex-servicemen) will be as under:-
a) WRITTEN TEST
Written test will be for 100 Marks to be completed in two hour duration for the post of ASI/Pharmacist, and one hour duration for the post of Constable/Nursing Assistant, Constable/Ward Boy & Constable/Ward Girl (Ayya). The paper will be of objective type and OMR based to test their knowledge in their respective trades. CISF Directorate shall have the discretion to fix minimum qualifying standard in written examination taking into consideration among others category wise vacancies and category wise number of candidates. Only those candidates who have scored above the cut off mark fixed by the CISF Directorate in written examination would be required to appear in Physical Standard Test/Medical examination/Basic Vocational Aptitude Test.
Date of written examination will be intimated later.
b) PHYSICAL STANDARD TEST & DOCUMENTATION
The eligibility criteria i.e. Age, Height, Chest, Educational Qualification, Diploma/Technical Qualification Certificate, experience Certificate etc., for the respective posts will be verified by the Recruitment Board from the original certificates produced by the candidates in accordance with the standards prescribed in the advertisement. Those who do not confirm to the eligibility criterion as advertised will not be considered.
Ex-Servicemen candidates are eligible for Total relaxation in physical standards.
c) BASIC VOCATIONAL APTITUDE TEST (BVAT)
After completion of PST & Documentation Chairman of Recruitment Board will carry out Basic Vocational Aptitude Test of all candidates who qualified in PST & Documentation to assess the suitability of the candidate for the job.
d) MEDICAL EXAMINATION
After preparation of merit list, the candidates selected in order of merit (equal to the
allotted number of category wise vacancies) will be put through a detailed medical
examination to assess their fitness.
e) FINAL SELECTION
The candidates found medically fit will be finally selected.
f) APPEAL AGAINST MEDICAL UNFITNESS
In all cases a candidate, who has been declared UNFIT for appointment in CISF in the Medical Examination will be communicated the grounds for rejection in broad terms by the Examining Medical Officer. The candidate, if not satisfied with the
findings of the Medical Examination, can submit an appeal for REVIEW MEDICAL EXAMINATION within one month from the date on which the candidate has been declared unfit, with a proof of his fitness in the prescribed form as per Appendix – ‘H’ 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 declared unfit for appointment by a Medical Officer. The appeal will also not be taken into consideration unless it contains Review Medical Examination Fee of Rs.25/- (Rupees twenty five only) through Demand Draft. (The details of authority to whom the appeal should be submitted and DDO concerned and payable branch etc will be mentioned in the rejection slip itself to be issued by the Examining Medical Officer/ Chairman of the Recruitment Board).