As per the latest notification released by Staff Selection Commission (SSC), this year total 1223 vacancies (tentative) are announced by the commission for SSC Central Police Organisation (CPO) Recruitment. Under this recruitment process, you can apply for the posts of SI (Sub Inspector) in Delhi Police, SI (Sub Inspector) in CAPFs (Central Armed Police Forces), and ASI (Assistant Sub Inspector) in CISF (Central Industrial Security Force). The Preliminary online Paper-I exam was scheduled to be conducted from 4th June to 10th June 2018, has been postponed due to administrative reasons. New exam dates for SSC CPO 2018 Tier-I exam will be released soon..
In this article, we are going to provide you all the information related to Assistant Sub Inspector post, be it the nature of the work, postings, pay scales or the promotion policies. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the examination for the recruitment of Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). The number of vacancies for this specific post will be intimated later by SSC.
Assistant Sub Inspector’s (ASI) job profile is mainly a field job except in few cases where the nature of work is clerical. Before analyzing the work responsibilities of an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI), let’s look at the background of the prestigious military organization, Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), under which an ASI has to perform the duties.
Now, let’s look upon the details of the Assistant Sub Inspector’s Job Profile, Salary Structure and Promotion Policy.
The Assistant Sub Inspectors (ASIs) in CISF are the backbone of the force because they are the main mediators between the team in the field and the control room. So, their prime job is to run the force smoothly, so that it can fulfill its stated objective without any hassle.
Here are the major roles and responsibilities performed by an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF):
The Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) post in CISF carries pay scale of Level-5 (Rs.29200-92300) and is classified as Group ‘C’ (Non-Gazetted). The salary structure of various government positions have been upgraded after the implementation of 7th Pay Commission. The pre-revised grade pay was Rs. 2800 in the pay band of Rs. 5200-20200.
The 7th Pay Commission salary of various government positions can be calculated in the below manner:
New Pay = (Basic pay as on 1st January 2016 * 2.57) + All allowances applicable to the post
After joining CISF as an ASI, you are liable to get promoted to the rank of Sub Inspector, mainly after five years of continuous service. However, the chances of such promotions is quite less as the promotional exercises are carried out on the basis of zonal security and you have very little chances of getting your first promotion before minimum 7-8 years of service. There are departmental exams as well to fast track the process, but there also the seniority factor comes into play and it becomes difficult to rise to the next level.
The best part of becoming an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in CISF is the pride of being associated with one of the best paramilitary forces of the world. Though it’s a field job and does not have as many perquisites as other Central Government Job, but you can earn a lot of respect and a decent salary while working as an ASI with one of the most prestigious military organization of India.
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