Central Industrial Security Force Jobs for Opening For Constables/driver Post in Bangalore , Chennai
Central Industrial Security Force
Job Details : Post Name : Constables/Driver-Cum-Pump-Operator No. of Vacancy : 156 Posts Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs.2000/- Educational Qualification : Candidates Should have should have passed Matriculation or equivalent qualification from a recognized Board and candidate should have a valid driving licence for Heavy Motor Vehicle or Transport Vehicle, Light Motor Vehicle & Motor cycle with gear. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 21 to 27 years Selection Process : Selection process based on further stages of recruitment that is Eligibility test, Physical Efficiency Test, Written Test and Trade Test. Application Fee : Candidates have to pay an application fees of Rs.50/- in the form of Postal Order drawn in favour of the officer concerned CISF as per Official Notification and payable at the concerned post office. SC/ST & Ex-Servicemen candidates are exempted from application fee.
Candidates Should have should have passed Matriculation or equivalent qualification from a recognized Board and candidate should have a valid driving licence for Heavy Motor Vehicle or Transport Vehicle, Light Motor Vehicle & Motor cycle with gear.
Looking for Diploma , Any Graduate graduates profile.
2015-09-08 to 2015-10-02
About Central industrial security force
The Indian Parliament on 25 February 2009 authorised the provision of Central Industrial Security Force security to private and cooperative establishments across the country for a fee with the passage of the CISF (Amendment) Bill, 2008.
The Bill, which was passed by Rajya Sabha on 19 February and Lok Sabha on 25 February 2009, also provides for deployment of CISF to protect Indian missions abroad and its participation in the UN peacekeeping operations.
CISF started providing security to the Infosys Bangalore and Pune campus in 31 July 2009. The Infosys Mysore, the Reliance Refinery, Jamnagar and the Delhi Metro Airport Express Line are the latest additions to the list of private sector establishments to be placed under CISF cover. Mr. Manish Kumar Rai, Assistant Commandant, led the first contingent of CISF deployed at Infosys Bangalore
The CISF provides security cover to 300 industrial units and other establishments located all over India. Industrial sectors like atomic power plants, space installations, mints, oil fields and refineries, major ports, heavy engineering, steel plants, barrages, fertilliser units, airports and hydroelectric/thermal power plants owned and controlled by Central PSUs, and currency note presses producing Indian currency are protected by CISF. It thereby covers installations all over India straddling a variety of terrain and climatic conditions. CISF also provides consultancy services to private industries as well as other organisation within the Indian government. The consulting wing has amongst its clients some of the renowned business houses and organisations of India including TISCO, Jamshedpur SEBI Hqrs. Mumbai Vidhana Sabha, Bangalore Orissa Mining Co., Bhubaneswar AP Assembly, Hyderabad Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corp. HIL KeralaIB Thermal plant,Odisa IARI, Delhi NBRI, Lucknow and Electronics City, Bangalore. The scope of CISFs consulting practice includes security consulting and fire protection consulting.