How to Join CISF After 12th/ Graduation As An Officer

How to Join CISF:

Here we are writing details regarding how to Crack CISF Examination for job seekers who wish to Prepare well in perfect way for Central Industrial
Security Force examination. Applicants, if you are one of them then you should read this content fully & then start preparation according to available details.

Here we have some important Tips & Tricks for job seekers who are in search good way for well preparation. If aspirants have a dream to beat this examination then candidates are required to full confident (पूरी तरह से आश्वस्त), focused, concentrate (ध्यान केंद्रित) and should keep fortitude while you going to write answer of paper question.

We are notifying you that time management is very important part for any examination reparation if you have date sheet then you can better & exact prepare for Central Industrial Security Force Examinations. Applicants, you are not required to attempt to read complete questions. You must effort just those questions which you are confident of and with accuracy. So you need to read information from article of this page one by one word to boost up confidence (आत्मविश्वास) level before appears in the Central Industrial Security Force.

Educational Qualification:

Candidates must have qualified 10th or 12th standard from recognized board

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Age Limit:

Applicant’s age should be not less than 18 (eighteen) years & not more than 23 (twenty three) years & Age relaxation is applicable for SC/ ST/ OBC applicants as per rules.

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Selection Process:

Applying candidates will be selected on the basis of:-

  • Written Test
  • Physical Efficiency Test
  • Trade Test
  • Medical Examination
  • Personal Interview

CISF Exam Preparation Tips – Basic Ways:

Reading skills:

We are advised in this exam paper questions can asked from General Awareness knowledge/ current affairs of the society & other subject. Therefore you must increase a best reading skill where you can read newspapers and magazines on regular basis.

Get thorough with the Syllabus: 

Candidates must complete syllabus. Applicants must know knowledge totally regarding how topics are structured in the syllabus and obtain clear regarding every topic.

Arrange the resources in need:

Candidates must collect whole resources necessary like as books, practice papers, syllabus, notes & other before starting preparation.

Give sufficient time:

For appearing applicants sufficient time is the most basic and important. Applicants if you have sufficient time for Central Industrial Security Force examination then you can obtain sure success in this examination.

Attempt questions carefully:

At first applicants should understand questions very attentively and then give answer them.

Be Confident:

All appearing candidates are required to be full confident before answering any questions of CISF Exams. They should effort those questions which they are confident of and with accuracy. 

Take enough sleep:

We are notifying, you must take Proper sleep before CISF exam. This will relax your body and mind. 

About CISF:

CISF was founded in 15thJune 1983. The CISF is a Central Armed Police Force in India. It was set up under an Act of the Parliament of India on 10th March 1969 with strength of 2,800. Central Industrial Security Force was afterward made an armed force of the Union of India by another Act of Parliament passed on 15th June 1983. Its current strength is 165,000. The strength will be raised to 200,000 over the next two–three years. Central Industrial Security Force is the biggest industrial security force in the world.

The Central Industrial Security Force delivers security cover to three hundred industrial units and other foundation situated all over India. Industrial sectors such as atomic power plants, oil fields and refineries, space installations, mints, major ports, heavy engineering, steel plants, barrages, fertilizer units, airports and hydroelectric/thermal power plants owned and compiled by Central Public Sector Undertakings, and currency note presses producing Indian currency are protected by Central Industrial Security Force.

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