CRPF ASI & CRPF SI
A huge organization, it is made up of 243 Battalions (204 executive battalions, 6 Mahila Battalions, 15 RAF Battalions, 10 CoBRA Battalions, 5 Signal Battalions and 1 Special Duty Group, 1 Parliament Duty Group). It also comprises 43 Group Centers, 20 training Institutions, 3 Central Weapon Stores, 7Arms Work Shop, 3 Static Workshop, 4 Composite Hospitals with 100 beds and 17 Composite Hospitals with 50 beds.
CRPF or Central Reserve Police Force is a premier and India's largest paramilitary force of the Armed Force of the Union of India. The main task of the CRPF is to maintain internal security. The CRPF is deployed to perform a broad gamut of duties which includes:
- Crowd control
- Riot control
- Counter militancy/insurgency operations
- Fighting Left wing extremism
- Overall co-ordination of large-scale security arrangement (especially during elections in sensitive areas)
- VIP protection
- Environmental degradation checking
- Fighting aggression
- Participating in UN Peace Keeping Mission
- Rescue and relief operations (during natural calamities)
CRPF ASI and SI (Stenographer) Eligibility Criteria
- Anyone applying to the position of ASI and SI (Stenographer) must have at a minimum passed their Intermediate (10+2) or equivalent from a board or university recognized by the central or state government.
- The candidate should have an aptitude for stenography.
Candidates applying to the position of CRPF ASI and SI (Stenographer) position should be in the age group of 18-25.
CRPF ASI and SI (Stenographer) Selection Procedure
The physical standards must be met by the candidates as specified by CRPF. IF the specifications are not met, candidates will be rejected
|For all candidates with the exception of ST candidates||165 cms||155 cms|
Relaxation: Candidates who are Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Dogras, Marathas, and candidates from Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, and Jammu & Kashmir
|162.5 cms||150 cms|
|All candidates from Scheduled Tribes||162.5 cms||150 cms|
The written examination is conducted for those candidates who qualify the physical test. The written examination tests candidates on the following and comprises 225 marks in total.
- Hindi or English Language
- General Intelligence
- Numerical Aptitude
- Clerical Aptitude
- Descriptive Paper (Essay writing and letter writing)
Skill Test:All those who attain minimum qualifying marks in the Written Examination then need to undergo a skill test to qualify. The transcription test in computer based while the dictation test is in shorthand strokes.
Candidates who pass all three levels of testing need to undergo a medical examination which is conducted by an authorized doctor.