Sashastra Seema Bal Recruitment 2016 for 143 SI, ASI and Constable Posts

Sashastra Seema Bal Recruitment 2016 for 143 SI, ASI and Constable Posts. Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Director General, Sashastra Seema Bal, New Delhi has announced notification for the recruitment of 143 SI, ASI and Constable Vacancies on temporary basis. Eligible candidates can apply in prescribed format of application with in 30 days from the date of advertisement and with in 45 days from the date of advertisement for remote areas.

About Sashastra Seema Bal:

In the wake of the Chinese conflict in 1962, it was felt that the country’s borders cannot be protected by the force of rifles alone, it requires the backing and resolute will of a committed border population. A need was realized for the creation of a unique, unconventional, specialized organization which would function in the far away, vulnerable, strategic, remote, climatically and topographically difficult border areas and motivate the border population across several states for the cause of protecting our national sovereignty. The SSB (Special Service Bureau) was created in March, 1963 with the objective of achieving ‘Total security preparedness’ in the remote border areas for performing a ‘stay-behind’ role in the event of a war. It was started in North Assam, North Bengal, hill districts of Uttar Pradesh (now Uttarakhand), Himachal Pradesh, part of Punjab and Ladakh area of J&K. Later its jurisdiction was extended to Manipur, Tripura & Jammu (1965), Meghalaya (1975), Sikkim (1976), Rajasthan (1985), South Bengal, Nagaland and Mizoram (1989). Its area of coverage included 15 states.SSB in the erstwhile role was covering a population of more than 5.73 crores living in about 80,000 villages and about 9917 Kms of India’s international borders. The main thrust of the SSB was on generating a sense of national belonging, security and vigilance. The SSB trained more than two lakh volunteers which were the eyes and ears of the organization.

The area covered by SSB comprised 10 SSB Divisions, 49 Areas, 117 Sub Areas and 287 Circles. It had 32 Group Centres, 14 Training Centres and 3 Storage Depots. Training Schools were set up in various parts of the country starting with Frontier Administrative Officer’s Training Centre at Mahabaleshwar in October, 1963. Besides, Group Leaders Training School was opened in Gwaldam (UK). Two Advanced Training Schools were started for volunteers in Sarahan (HP) and Haflong (Assam). By 1990, SSB had seven Major Training Centres and seven Women’s Advanced Training Schools. Training was imparted to population in the border areas of HP, Punjab, part of J&K, UP, North Assam, North Bengal and South Bengal and NEFA region.

The resources of the Central Govt. and State Govt. were pooled and efforts were made through SSB to improve the lot of the border population which came out in large numbers to repair the roads, bridges and drains, clean up tanks and wells, lay water supply lines and build public toilets, sports grounds, school buildings, community centres, etc. SSB personnel took the scheme to the villager’s doorsteps. They used tape recorders, 16 mm film projectors and gramophones to educate and motivate. They lived with the villagers and addressed their day to day issue. Need for unity and integrated action was emphasized. Economic development of the regions was attempted. Villagers were trained in the use of small arms and the art of self defence to develop a spirit of resistance. SSB’s efforts bore fruit slowly but steadily. A large number of women volunteers were trained and this augmented the SSB’s endeavours greatly. In 1965, SSB undertook the task of providing medical support in the border areas where primary health centers were largely non existent. This move turned the tide in favour of the Govt. as the border men felt they had much to gain from being a part and parcel of the Indian Union. By 1998, SSB Medical Staff were treating an average of 16 lakhs patients every year. In the year 1989 SSB augmented its services through a veterinary support system for the border population wholly dependent on cattle and livestock for their livelihood. SSB veterinary staff provided free veterinary health care to as many as 5 lakhs livestock every year by organizing camps in far-flung border villages.

SSB played both its overt and covert roles in an exemplary manner and grew in strength as a people’s force, guided by its motto of Service, Security and Brotherhood. When epidemics or disaster struck in the form of earthquake, cloudburst, floods, landslides, riots, SSB was the first to rescue the border population. SSB can claim that it was the first force to take on empowerment and emancipation of women by conducting weapon training, awareness generation programmes and skill development courses to enable them to become self reliant. SSB also enriched the social fabric, embellished the secular milieu of the nation and rejuvenated dying arts in all the areas it was deployed. Infact, the spread of Hindi in Arunachal Pradesh is credited to SSB. By our work and efforts we retrained many youngsters from not only falling into the hands of fissiparous elements but also from falling prey to drugs and bad habits.

Sashastra Seema Bal Recruitment 2016 Details:

Total Number of Vacancies: 143 posts

Name of the Post:

1. Sub-Inspector (Staff Nurse): 15 Posts
2. Assistant Sub-Inspector (Pharmacist): 13 Posts
3. Assistant Sub-Inspector (Operation Theatre Technician): 2 Posts
4. Assistant Sub-Inspector (Dental Technician): 2 Posts
5. Assistant Sub-Inspector (Radiographer): 5 Posts
6. Head Constable (Steward): 2 Posts
7. Constable (Waiter): 26 Posts
8. Constable (Carpenter): 2 Posts
9. Constable (Painter): 17 Posts
10. Constable (Tailor): 20 Posts
11. Constable (Cobbler): 29 Posts
12. Constable (Gardener): 6 Posts
13. Constable (Ayah): 4 Posts

Important Dates for SSB Recruitment 2016:
Date of Advertiasement in Employment Newspaper: 23-1-2016 to 29-1-2016.
Last Date for Submission of Application: Within 30 days from the date of advertisement.
Last Date for Submission of Application for Remote Areas: Within 45 days from the date of advertisement.

Age Limit:

Post No.1: Between 21 to 30 years.
Post No.2 to 5: Between 20 to 30 years.
Post No.6, 13: Between 18 to 25 years.
Post No.7 to 12: Between 18 to 23 years as on last date for receipt of application. The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years for SC/ ST, 3 years for OBC, 5 years for Govt. servant, 3, 6, 8 years for Ex-Servicemen (UR/ OBC/ SC/ ST).

Pay Scale:

Post No.1: Rs.9,300/- to Rs.34,800/- + GP- Rs.4,200/-
Post No.2 to 13: Rs.5,200/- to Rs.20,200/- + GP- Rs.2,800/ 2,400/ 2,000.

Educational Qualification:

Post No.1 to 5: 10+2 with Science or equivalent from a recognized Board or Institution and Diploma in relevant Specilization.
Post No.6: Matriculation from a recognized Board or Institution and Diploma or certificate in Catering Kitchen management.
Post No.7 to 12: Matriculation or equivalent from a recognized board with Diploma in relevant trade.
Post No.13: Matriculation with science from a recognized Board or Institution and First Aid Examination pass certificate from Red Cross Society or should be trained Dai.

Selection Process:

Candidates will be selected based on Physical Efficiency Test, Physical Standard Test, Written Test, Trade Test, Medical Examination.

Examination Fee:

The General and OBC category candidates should pay examination fee of Rs.50/- in the form of IPO/ Demand Draft/ Banker Cheque in favour of PAO, SSB, MHA, New Delhi, payable at State Bank of India, R.K. Puram, New Delhi (Branch Code-01076). Examination fee is exempted for SC, ST, Ex-Servicemen & female candidates.

How to Apply SSB Recruitment 2016:

The eligible candidates can send their application in prescribed format along with two self attested recent passport size photographs, self attested copies of Educational Qualification, Caste Certificate, DD/ IPO/ Cheque, two self addressed envelopes of 11.5 cms. x 27.5 cms with postage stamps worth Rs.25/- addressed to the Assistant Director (Recruitment), Force Hqr, SSB, East Block-V, R.K. Puram, New Delhi – 110066 within 30 days from the date of advertisement and within 45 days from the date of advertisement for remote areas. The cover containing application must be superscribed in block letters as “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF (NAME OF POST APPLIED)–2015”.

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