Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) is looking for Civil Engineering graduates to apply for Assistant Commandant post

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Educational Qualification needed: The candidate must have completed his CIVIL Engineering Degree (BE/ Btech) from a college/ University Approved by Central/State Govt.

Location:Delhi

Eligibility Conditions

Physical  Standard
Height : 165 Cms, Chest : 81 Cms Unexpanded and 86 Cms.Expanded

Weight : Proportionate to height  and age, Possessing good mental and sound health free from any physical defect.

Medical Standard Eye Sight
Distant Vision ,Better Eye
6/6,6/9 Worse 6/12,6/9
Near Vision  Better Eye
Correct Vision:J.I ,Worse Eye J.II

Pay Scale : Rs 15600-39100

Last Date:

27 April 11

Age : 30 years as on the closing Date

Selection Procedure:

  • Part -I Preliminary Physical Screening.
  • Part II Physical efficiency Test
  • Part III Written Examination 
  • Part IV Interview
  • Part V Detailed Medical Examination ,

Job Type:Full Time

Hiring Process:Written-test.

No of Post : Six ( 02 SC,01 ST ,03 OBC )

The Last date of receipt of  application is 27-04-2011

How to apply

Applications complete in all respect should reach " The Commandant,(Recruitment Cell),Directorate General ,ITBPF,MHA/Govt. of India ,Block -II CGO Complex, Lodi Road,New Delhi-11003" by the closing date .Cover containing application must be superscribed in block letter as "Application for the post of Asst Commandant (Engineer) in ITBP-2011".Each application shall be accompanied by a crossed Indian Postal order /Bank Draft worth Rs 50/-payable to the accounts officer Directorate General ,ITBP,New Delhi . The Candidates belonging to SC/ST Community need not sent prescribed fees along with their application form

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Company Profile

Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) is basically a mountain trained Force and most of the officers & men are professionally trained Mountaineers and Skiers. Being the first responder for natural Disaster in the Himalayas, ITBP has been carrying out numerous rescue and relief operations