CISF Recruitment 2019: The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is an armed police force of India under the Central Industrial Security Force Act, 1968 which started with strength of 3129 personnel. The recruitment process of consist of scrutinisation of applications, written exam, skill test, physical eligibility and efficiency test and/or detailed medical medical examination. The recruitments are also done through LDCE (Limited Departmental Competitive Examination). This article will help you know more about CISF Recruitment.
CISF Recruitment 2019
CISF commonly know as the Central Industrial Security Force is one of the major armed force established on March 10, 1969. This force was established with the motive to protect industrial unit and government infrastructure project across the country. CISF also has the role of helping in the disaster management. Below are some of the recruitments notified by CISF:
- CISF Head Constable Recruitment 2019 (through sports quota)
- CISF ASI LDCE 2019
- CISF Constable Recruitment in Fire Cadre 2017-18
- CISF Tradesman Recruitment 2017
The Central Industrial Security Force was established on the 10th of March, 1969 as per the Central Industrial Security Force Act, 1968. The force started with 3129 personnel and has increased the personnel to 1,39,620 as of 01 July, 2014. The force has 10 battalions and 8 training institutes. It provides protection to over 300 industrial units and has its roles defined in the disaster management criteria. It also has consulting units that provide consultant services to various renowned services such as TISCO, Jamshedpur, Orissa Mining Co., Bhubaneswar, Telangana Assembly, SEBI Hqrs. Mumbai; Vidhana Sabha, Bangalore etc. The force has its headquarters in New Delhi, India and is governed by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Government of India.
History of CISF
CISF was started back in the year 1969 for protection of the Industrial undertakings of the country. The force was established under the Central Industrial Security Force Act, 1968 with 3129 personnel. In the year, 1992, the First Woman Commandant of CISF was appointed as a commandant in the Mazagon Dock Ltd. Now, the recruitments in CISF has 15% reservations for the women candidates. The CISF was authorised protection of non-nationalised establishments and corporate sector through a CISf Amendment Bill on the date 25 February 2009.
Structure of CISF
The CISF consists of 7 sectors and fire wing. The force is governed by IPS officer as the director general who is assisted by the IPS officer as additional director-general. The sectors of the CISF are named as following:
- Airport Sector
- North Sector
- North-East Sector
- East Sector
- West Sector,
- South Sector and
- Training Sector
The airport sector is lead by the additional general manager along with the inspector general. The airports are divided into Field formation units one for each airport. Each unit is governed by the Deputy Inspector-General or Commandant. The 5 zonal regions are lead by the Deputy Inspector-General and each zone comes under the control of a Commandant, or a DIG for certain major Units.
The CISF has also a consultancy service in the field of security and fire protection. The focus of this service is customer satisfaction through improved management systems that are already established. Below are the consultancy services that are offered by the CISF to its clients:
- Security & Fire Audit
- Document security
- Assessment of Manpower requirements
- Security systems applications
- Procedures for material Security.
- Threat Perception & Risk analysis
- Access Control & Perimeter protection
- Crowd control and management procedures
- Fire protection measures
- Crisis management schemes
- Executive Protection.
- Training in security & fire protection
- Procedures for material Security.
- Internal intelligence.
Below is the list of all the app the are available on the website of Central Industrial Security.
- Budget Monitoring System
- Data for Coaching
- Employee Corner
- Gadget Information
- Hindi Cell
- Lost & Found
- L&R System
- Online kote system (IGI Airport)
- Quarter Allotment
- Regional FHQ
- Regional Office
- Recruitment CallCentre
- Service Voter
- Welfare GIA
- Compter Compliant
- Grievience Redressal
- IST 2020
- Parade Statement
- Quick Task
- Recruits allotment
- Report Returns
- trainees Evaluate
- Training Management System
Sanrakshika is the name of “Wives Welfare Association of CISF” that is focused towards the welfare of families and wives of the CISF personnel. The logo of Sanrakshika consists of 3 icons representing the power, freedom and unity. It has orange, pink, purple and green colour in it. The orange colour is the symbol of adventure and social communication and the purple colour represents good judgment. The green colour is the colour of balance, harmony and growth and the pink colour represents the colour of nurturing and love.
Airport and Delhi Metro Security
The security of the Airports in India was in the hand of the Airport Police. However, after the hijacking of Indian Airlines Flight 814 in the year 1999, it was decided that the security of all the airports was handed over to the CISF. From then on, for the security of all the airports across the country as separate wing was created in the CISF. Jaipur Airport was the first to come under the control of CISF for security purpose.
The security of the Delhi metro is was also handed over to the unit of Delhi metro of CISF in the year 2007. There are over 3500 personnel deployed in the Delhi metro wing of the CISF.
Below are the contact details for the CISF centre:
Official Website: cisf.gov.in
Recruitment Query Contact:
Phone No: 011-24307932 /011-24366431 /011-24307927
Mail ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Information Manager:
Name and Address: Smt. Ritu Arora, IPS Inspector General/Tech Prov.
Block No.13, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
Phone No.: 011-24367711
Mail ID: igtech-prov.cisf.gov.in