CRPF Recruitment 2022: The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has extended the online application process for the post of Assistant Sub Inspector (Steno) and Head Constable (Ministerial) 2022. Eligible candidates who have not applied for the posts can submit their application on the official website crpf.gov.in.
As per the previous schedule, the last date to register for ASI, Head Constable Recruitment – 2022 was supposed to end on January 25, but now it has been extended till January 31, 2023. The CBT exam for CRPF ASI, HC is tentatively scheduled to be conducted from February 22 to 28, 2023. The admit card for same will be released on February 15.
|1||Opening of online application||Jan 04, 2023|
|2||Closing of online application||Jan 31, 2023|
|3||Release of admit card||Feb 15, 2023|
|4||Schedule of CBT exam||Feb 22 to Feb 28, 2023|
Through this recruitment drive, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) aims to fill a total of 1458 posts. Out of which, 143 vacancies are for ASI (Steno) and 1315 for Head Constable (Ministerial) posts.
The candidates should be 18 to 28 years of age as on January 31, 2023.
The applicants must have passed the Intermediate (10+2) or equivalent Exam from a board or university recognized by Central or State Government.
The selection process for ASI and HC involves Computer Based Test, Skill Test, PST, Document Verification (DV), and Medical Examination.
Apply Here: CRPF ASI, HC Recruitment 202
How to apply for CRPF Recruitment 2022
Step 1. Visit the official website at crpf.gov.in
Step 2. On the homepage, go to ‘Recruitment’ section
Step 3. Now, click on the link that reads, “Recruitment for the Post of ASI (Steno) and HC (Ministerial)-2022 in CRPF New”
Step 4. Select the post and fill the application form
Step 5. Upload the required documents and pay the application fee, if applicable
Step 6. Submit the form and take a printout of the confirmation page for future reference
The applicants are required to pay an application fee of Rs 100. However, the SC/ST/Women/ESM candidates are exempted from payment of the fee.
Source: Times of India