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 Sub-Inspector (Executive) in Delhi Police, Sub-Inspector (GD) in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), 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 Sub-Inspector (GD) in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) & Sub-Inspector (Executive) in Delhi Police; be it the nature of the work, postings, pay scales or the promotion policies. Before analyzing the work responsibilities of Sub-Inspector (GD) and Sub-Inspector (Executive), let’s look at the number of vacancies announced for these posts by SSC in 2018.
The Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) refers to uniform nomenclature of seven security forces in India under the authority of Ministry of Home Affairs. They are:
Each of the seven CAPFs (the BSF, CRPF, ITBP, CISF, SSB, AR and NSG) has its own cadre of officers, but they are headed by officers of the Indian Police Service.
Let’s look at the number of vacancies for the post of Sub-Inspector (GD) announced this year by SSC in Various CAPF Departments:
Let’s look at the number of vacancies for the post of Sub-Inspector (Executive) announced this year by SSC in Delhi Police:
Now, let’s look upon the details of the Sub Inspector’s Job Profile, Salary Structure and Promotion Policy.
The job profile of Sub-Inspectors (GD) is quite adventurous as you would be posted to different places in India and will have a challenging working environment.
Here are the major roles and responsibilities performed by a Sub-Inspector (GD) in CAPF Departments:
The Post of Sub-Inspector in Police is considered to be one of the most powerful posts as it derives the power from Criminal Procedure Code of India.
According to the Criminal Procedure Code of India, a Sub-Inspector has the powers:
The main responsibility of a Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police is to maintain Law and order in Delhi by using all the above powers vested officially in him/her.
The post carries pay scale of Level-6 (Rs.35400-112400/-) and is classified as Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted), Non-Ministerial.
The post carries pay scale of Level-6 (Rs.35400-112400/-) and is classified as Group ‘C’ (Non-Gazetted) by Delhi Police.
The salary structure of various government positions have been upgraded after the implementation of 7th Pay Commission. The pre-revised grade pay was Rs. 4200 in the pay band of Rs.9300-34800.
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
Promotion of Sub-Inspector in CAPF has the same criteria as for the BSF. In BSF, there are departmental examinations that you need to clear to get the promotion. The best part of becoming a Sub Inspector (SI) in CAPF 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 a Sub-Inspector with one of the most prestigious military organization of India. You can be posted anywhere in India once you join CAPF through SSC CPO Exam.
Promotion of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police mainly depend on the career record of the person; his/her work performance and behavioral conduct during the service. Sub-Inspector will first get promoted to the rank of Inspector which takes normally 15–18 years provided an impeccable service record at that the time of promotion and thereafter 12–15 years for getting next promotion to the rank of ACP. One can also get promotion out-of-turn (OTP), only if one has shown extraordinary performance like catching of terrorist/s, busting of gang of criminals, tackle the unprecedented situation like encounter, etc.
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