Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force Recruitment of Constables (General Duty) 2012

All the information about applying for the post of Constables (General Duty) in Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (Special Recruitment drive in J & K State) for the year 2012

Jan 25, 2012 12:49 IST
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The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) is one of the Central Armed Police Forces that was conceived on 24 October 1962 for security along the India's border with the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, border covering 2115 kilometres. It invites application from male Indian citizens belonging to the state of J & K only for the post of Constable (General Duty) through Local Rally System.

Name of the Post & Number of Vacancies

  • Constables (General Duty) [For candidates belonging to all over J & K State]: 366 vacancies
  • Constables (General Duty) [For candidates belonging to Border region i.e. Leh & Kargil]: 360 vacancies

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification: Matriculation or equivalent from recognized board.

Age limit (as on 1 August 2011): Between 18 and 23 Years

Pay scale: Pay Band 1, Rs 5200 - 20, 200 + Grade Pay Rs 2,000 per month. 

Application Fee: No application fee will be charged from SC/ ST/ Ex-servicemen candidate and for General and OBC Candidate is Rs 50.

The fee is apayable in the form of Central Recruitment Fee Stamp (CRFS)/ IPO or Bank Draft. Bank Draft and IPO should be prepared in favour of Inspector General, (NW) Frontier, ITB Police, Chandigarh and enclosed with application form.

Selection Procedure

The candidate's overall performance will be judged for final recruitment. The candidates will have to undergo the following recruitment tests.

  • Height Bar Test
  • Registration
  • Race
  • Physical Measurement
  • Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  • Biometric Verification
  • Documentation
  • Written exam (100 marks)
  • Merit List
  • Detailed Medical Examination (DME)

How to Apply

Eligible and interested candidates should gather for Local Rally System on the date specified against the district in the document mentioned on the website. For more details, please CLICK HERE or visit- and

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