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BSF Result 2017 – 2018 – Result of BSF Constable (Tradesmen) 2017-18 and other recruitment exams are declared by the official authority of the examination. BSF Result 2018 of candidates is announced through internet and uploaded on BSF website at www.bsf.nic.in. A call letter is issued to all qualified candidates for next stage if applicable.
BSF Result 2017 – 2018
Recruitment to various posts including Tradesman is on the basis of BSF Results. There are multiple vacancies to be filled through these recruitment. On this page candidates can check BSF Tradesman Result 2017 etc.
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Candidates can check online BSF Result 2018. The website where Border Security Force declares BSF Result is bsf.nic.in. As the result is compiled and uploaded, candidates can check it online.
Result: Link to view BSF Result 2017-18 will be available here.
Various Process in BSF Selection Process
Given below are few standard process for BSF recruitment. Some or all of these may be applicable in your recruitment process.
Physical Standard Test (PST) and Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
- Candidates whose application forms are found to be in order will be called for PST / PET.
- Original documents/testimonials of candidates will be checked by the Board of Officers and only eligible candidates will go to the next stage.
The candidates who qualify in the PST & PET will be put through the respective Trade Test. Each candidate will be allowed to appear for one trade test only as entered in the application form. The Trade test will be qualifying in nature and it will not carry any marks.
The candidates who qualify in the PST / PET and Trade Test will be required to appear in the Written test. Questions will be objective type multiple choice questions.
The medical examination of candidates will be carried out as per revised uniform medical guidelines issued by MHA.
Final Merit List
Final Merit list in each category namely, GC, SC, ST, OBC and Ex-Servicemen will be drawn separately in respect of each State/UT on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the Written Examination.