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CRPF 686 Head Constable Ministerial Recruitment 2016: Scheme of Examination/ Selection Process


CRPF 686 Head Constable Ministerial Recruitment 2016: Scheme of Examination/ Selection Process, A. FIRST PHASE:- Written examination. B. SECOND PHASE:- (a) Physical Standard Test (PST)/Scrutiny of documents (b) Skill test ( i.e. Typing speed test) (On computers only and regulated through software)

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) 686 Head Constable Ministerial Recruitment 2016: Scheme of Examination/ Selection Process


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The recruitment shall be held in two phases as under:-


Written examination.

  • (a) Physical Standard Test (PST)/Scrutiny of documents
  • (b) Skill test ( i.e. Typing speed test) (On computers only and regulated through software)
Note:- Mode/Procedure/Method for conducting skill test will be decided by the department.

(c) Medical examination

Note:- The candidate will be allowed to appear in Second phase test subject to qualifying/ passing the first phase of this recruitment process.

Note:- The schedule of first phase and written examination shall be uploaded in CRPF website. Candidates are advised to visit CRPF website direct to ( and ( ).

11. Written Examination :-
  • (a) The written examination will be conducted at designated centre’s.
  • (b) The written examination will be of one paper only carrying 225 marks consisting of following two parts:-

Section-A = Hindi Language Or English Language (optional)

Note:- Candidates will be at the discretion to attempt the language paper consisting of comprehension either in Hindi or English. The exam text will be different for Hindi language and English language.
  • Section-B = General Intelligence.
  • Section-C = Numerical Aptitude.
  • Section-D = Clerical Aptitude.

Descriptive paper.

Note- Section B, C, D of Part I will be set as bilingual. Paper II descriptive will also be set as bilingual.

Note:-1 There will be only one question paper for two and half hours (2 ½ hrs) duration consisting of above two parts. The question in all the part-I ( Section-A to D) will be "OBJECTIVE TYPE WITH MULTIPLE CHOICE”. Each section will be consisting of 50 questions carrying one mark each for right answer. A candidate obtaining qualifying percentage out of total 200 marks shall be considered as qualified for next stage. The aggregate qualifying marks will be 40% for General category and 35% for SC/ST/OBC candidates i.e. 80 Marks for General Candidates and 70 Marks for SC/ST/OBC out of 200 marks in part-I of written test.

Note:-2 Part-II will consist of descriptive manner consisting of two questions i.e Essay writing of 15 marks which is to be written in about 150 words in Hindi or English and letter writing of 10 marks which is to be written in about 100 words in Hindi or English (Total 25 marks). Marks obtained by candidates in Part-II will be added in final merit list. Part-II will not have minimum qualifying marks.
Procedure for assessment of descriptive paper will be as under :

Essay writing ( 15 marks)
  • Content – 05 marks
  • Coherence/Relevancy- 05 marks
  • Accuracy – 05 marks
Letter writing ( 10 marks)
  • Format – 03 marks
  • Content – 04 marks
  • Accurcy – 03 marks
Note:-3 Part-II will be attempted either in Hindi or in English language only. 

Note:-4 Final merit list will be drawn on the basis of marks obtained in Part-I and Part-II which is of 225 marks.

Specific Instructions-

1. At each stage of the examination, the identity of the candidate will be checked with the Identity Card/Admit card produce by the candidate and his Biometric Identification, if required will be taken by the board. The candidates appearing for written examination should produce call letters/Admit cards downloaded from Website, during various phases as prescribed and should attend all tests/examination.

2. The written examination will consist of OMR based questions paper Part-I(OMR based) with Sections A,B,C & D. Part-II will be of descriptive questions. The descriptive question part will have no minimum qualifying marks but marks obtained by candidates in Part-II will be added in final merit list for selection. The merit will be prepared based on total marks of Part-I (OMR based) and Part-II descriptive. However, all candidates who qualify in Part-I (OMR based) and secure minimum prescribed qualifying marks will be called for second phase i.e. PST/Scrutiny of documents.

3. The Physical Measurements and scrutiny of documents will be conducted by the BOO.

4. The BOO will conduct PST and check documents which are essentially required to be made available. In absence of production of any prescribed and eligible documents the candidature will be accepted provisionally till medical examination failing which his candidature will be treated as cancelled.

Instructions for written examination :

I. The written examination will consist of Part-I (OMR based) with Section-A,B,C & D question paper and Part-II of descriptive questions. The descriptive question part will have no minimum qualifying marks. Marks obtained by candidates in Part-II will be added in final merit list for selection. The merit will be prepared based on total marks of Part-I (OMR based) and Part-II. However all candidates who qualify in Part-I (OMR based) and secure minimum prescribed qualifying marks will be called for second phase i.e. PST/Scrutiny of documents.

II. The candidates must carry atleast one photo bearing identification proof such as Driving License, Voter Card, Aadhaar Card, Identity card issued by University/College, Income tax pan card, in original to the examination centre for proving their identity, failing which THEY SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED TO APPEAR FOR THE EXAMINATION/RECRUITMENT.

III. The written examination Question papers will be set bilingually in Hindi and English and candidates will have the option to answer either in Hindi or English. Language option code i.e. Hindi or English, opted by the candidate, should be mentioned correctly at appropriate place in OMR answer sheet otherwise OMR answer sheet will not be evaluated. Candidates are advised to answer in Hindi/English but they cannot answer part in Hindi & part in English or vice-versa.

IV. Answers to the questions will have to be given in the OMR Sheet provided.

V. Candidates should write their Roll Number both on the Question Booklet and the OMR Answer Sheet.

VI. All questions are compulsory and carry equal marks.

VII. Each Question Booklet has a Series No. and Series code. The candidates should enter the Series Number & Series code of Question Booklet given to them correctly in OMR Answer Sheet.

VIII. The OMR answer sheets not bearing candidates Name, Roll number, Language option code, Category, Question booklet series Number, Series Code, Signature, etc at appropriate columns/boxes earmarked for this purpose, fully and correctly, will not be evaluated and “Zero” marks will be awarded to them. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained by the department.

IX. Each question is followed by four answer choices. Out of these, candidate has to select the correct answer for each question and mark correct answer by darkening only one of the choice.

X. If more than one oval are darkened, the answer will not be evaluated at all.

XI. Candidate should think and decide clearly before making heavy marks to fill the oval completely.

XII. The OMR Answer Sheet and question Booklets shall be handed over to the invigilator before leaving the examination hall, failing which, the applicant will be liable for disqualification.

XIII. Sufficient space will be provided for rough work. The candidates should use that space only and not use any other place/ paper etc. 

XIV. The candidates will be allowed to take carbon copy of the answer sheet. Answer keys to the question paper will be displayed on the notice board of recruitment centre and also uploaded on the CRPF website ( after reasonable gap of written examination.

XV. The candidate should not write any irrelevant matter on answer sheet except the specific information called for. If he/she does so, his/her Answer Sheet will become invalid and will not be evaluated.

XVI. Calculator/cell phone/any other computing/ electronic devices are not permitted inside the examination centre.

XVII. If any candidates is found to be in possession of mobile phones or any other means of electronic/ wireless communication devices in the examination hall, his/her candidature shall be cancelled.

XVIII. Candidate found copying or helping others will be straightway disqualified.

XIX. Evaluation of answer sheet is computerized and no requests for revaluation will be entertained at any cost.

XX. 15 Minutes time will be given to candidates for filling up column of OMR answer sheet and Question Booklet appropriately.


1. The Physical Measurements and scrutiny of documents will be conducted by the BOO.

2. The candidates, who qualify/pass written test, will be called to appear in PST. Candidates have to fulfill physical criteria as mentioned in para-5 above.

3. If any candidate is not satisfied with measurement of his/her physical standard, he/she can prefer appeal on the same day to the nominated appellate authority of GC(Recruitment Centre) against rejection in physical measurement. Such candidates will be given a fresh date and time by the appellate authority for appearing for remeasurement. Appellate authority is at liberty to dispose the appeal on the same day. The decision of the appellate authority in this regard will be final. If the candidate is found to be within the prescribed standard, he/she will be forwarded to next selection
process in continuation.


1. Testimonials of candidates who qualify PST will be checked and will be allowed for Skill test .

2. Candidates should produce the following original certificates/ testimonials/documents:-
  • (i) Education certificate of 10th Class/Matriculation from the board or university recognized by Central or State Government, for proof of age.
  • (ii) Education certificate regarding passing of Intermediate (10+2) or equivalent issued by board or university recognized by Central or State Government.
  • (iii)Caste certificate, issued by the Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tahsildar, if the candidate belongs to SC/ST/OBC. The caste certificates should be in proforma given in Annexure-B & C.
  • (iv)If candidate apply in reserved category (SC/ST/OBC), he has to produce valid caste certificate at the time of PST. In case candidate fails to submit caste certificate, his/her candidature will be accepted provisionally till medical examination, failing which his/her claim for reserved category will not be entertained and considered under General (UR) category, if he/she fulfilling the criteria of General category.
  • (v) Candidates falling in the categories of Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Dogras, Marathas and candidates belonging to the States of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Gorkha Territorial Administration(GTA) requesting for relaxation in height and chest should produce certificate in proforma/format given in Annexure-D.
  • (vi)Discharge certificate in case of Ex-servicemen candidates.
  • (vii) No Objection Certificate in case of persons serving in Govt./Semi-Govt. departments from their Head of Office.
  • (viii) Certificate from District Magistrate for claiming relaxation in age under Para- 7 (b & c above), if any.
Note: - If any Candidate fails to produce requisite original certificates/testimonials, his/her candidature will be accepted provisionally till medical examination, failing which his/her candidature treated as cancelled. If any Candidate fails to produce requisite original caste certificate in prescribed format issued by Competent authority, his/her candidature will be accepted provisionally till medical examination, failing which his/her claim for reserved category will not be entertained and considered under General (UR) category, if fulfilling the criteria of General category.


i) The candidates, who qualify PST and Scrutiny of documents stage, will be called to appear for the Skill test. The candidate should bring call letter alongwith photo-bearing identity proof alongwith them to prove their identity as mentioned in Para 11(II). 

ii) They will be tested in typing test as mentioned in Para-4 (Skill Test) above. Skill test will be of qualifying nature and no marks will be awarded for skill test.

iii) The typing will have to be done on computers and keyboards provided by the Department and in no case use of typewriters shall be allowed.

iv) No request for re-test of skill test will be accepted/entertained.

v) Skill test in Hindi shall be conducted only on “ Remington Gail key layout with Mangal font.”

vi) For benefits of candidates “ Remington Gail Layout with Mangal Font” will be uploaded on CRPF website, so that candidates may familiarize themselves.

vii) Each error (including spelling mistake, omission of word/punctuation mark, repeated word, word differing from the test/actual passage, word not in the passage, mixing-up of words, etc) will be counted as a mistake. Mistakes equaling to 5% of the words in the passage actually typed by the candidate will be allowed/permissible. For each mistake beyond 5% of the permissible limit, 10 words will be subtracted/deducted from the total words typed by the candidate for assessing actual typing speed. 

viii) The Department reserves the right to decide about procedure/mode of conducting skill test and determining errors.


Only those candidates who qualify skill test will be required to appear in the Medical Examination. The details/list of such candidates qualified in skill test and selected for detailed medical examination will be uploaded in website i.e Candidates selected for detailed medical examination may download their call letters/admit card through said website i.e. In addition, the list of candidates called for medical examination and date/venue of their medical examination will also be displayed at the recruitment centers and available in CRPF website ( after reasonable time from the date of completion of trade test. The visual standards for the candidates will be as under :


CategoryVisual Acuity
Uncorrected visual
 1Ors & SOs
Age at the
18 – 35 Years 
N6 N96/66/9Visual
correction of
any kind is
even by
- In right
handed person,
the Right
eye is better
eye and vice
vision is


CategoryVisual Acuity
Uncorrected visual
 1Ors & SOs
Age at the
35 – 35 Years
N6 N96/9
Hypermetropia : + 2
Ds, Mypia : 2.5 DS
(including cylinder)
Note : Age related
presbyopic changes
are likely to occur
above 35 years so age
wise presbyopic
changes relaxations is
permitted as
mentioned below for
near vision (this is in
addition to that above
relaxation already
provided for distant.
1.+1DS upto 40 yrs
2.+2DS upto 50 yrs
3.+3DS51- 60years &
- In right
handed person,
the Right
eye is better
eye and vice
vision is
changes and
errors are
common after
the age of 35

1. The PST stage, scrutiny stage of documents, Skill test and conduct of medical examination are closely knit and conducted in succession. The candidates who are clear on PST, documents and Skill test will be put to detailed medical in procedure. The entire procedure including Medical examination is collective responsibility of BOO. The Medical will be conducted by the authorized doctor on board and the entire BOO  including PO and members will remain present and ensure action in accordance of latest circulated instructions of the ADG Medical CAPF, MHA. The proceedings will be signed by all PO and members.

2. The candidates will be subjected to detailed medical examination to assess their physical and medical fitness. Medical tests (X-Ray and laboratory) shall be conducted only for such candidates who are found physically & medically fit. 

3. The candidates who have been declared medically fit will only be considered for appointment subject to the condition that they secure place in merit list in their respective categories.

4. If a candidate is declared unfit for appointment in CRPF during Medical Examination, grounds for rejection will be communicated to him/her in writing. The candidate, if not satisfied with the findings of the Medical Officer, can submit an appeal for review medical examination with a proof of his/her fitness, from a Medical Practitioner, to the designated appellate authority of the recruitment centre where his/her test has been conducted.

5. The appeal will not be taken into consideration unless :-
  • a) Medical certificate regarding fitness of candidate, from a Medical Practitioner, is submitted. Further, the medical certificate submitted should contain a note by the Medical Practitioner concerned to the effect that it has been given in full knowledge of the fact that the candidate has already been rejected as unfit for appointment in CRPF by a Medical Officer.
  • b) Review Medical Examination fee of Rs. 25/- (Rupees twenty five only) through IPO/Banker's Cheque/Demand Draft in the name of the Appellate Authority, is submitted alongwith the appeal. 
  • c) The appeal is not received within 30 days from the date of issue of the communication in which the findings of the Medical Officer are communicated to the candidate.
6. The candidates, whose appeals are accepted will be issued with call letter for appearing before review medical board of CRPF for Review Medical Examination. The findings of the review medical board will be final. Further, during review medical examination also, the X-Ray and Pathological tests will be done only if the candidate is declared otherwise medically fit. No appeal will lie if the candidate is declared medically unfit in X-Ray or in any other test/examination conducted during Review medical Examination. 

7. No interview will be conducted.

8. Call letter/Admit cards of all stages of exam be downloaded from websites from time to time. Hence, candidate should visit site regularly.



The purpose of medical standards is to ensure that medically FIT candidates, accepted into the Central Reserve Police Force of the union of India. 

1. Refusal to undergo medical examination at any stage or absenting oneself from the same will render the candidate unfit.

2. A declaration is to be given by candidates in Annexure-II which will be provided to candidates at the time of Medical Examination regarding history or presence of diseases and treatment taken if any, evidence of which is not readily obtainable during the medical examination. Any false declaration in this aspect, discovered later at any stage of service, will make the candidate liable for disciplinary action including termination of service.

3. At some stages of medical examination male candidates will required to be examined in nude. Loin cloth is to be permitted except for, when genitalia and perineum is being examined.

4. The final decision of fitness/ unfitness in weight will be decided by the medical board at the time of MET based on the height and age chart on the day of MET and as per the height measured by the PST Board & as per guidelines for the same.

5. For all female candidates- Urine test for pregnancy. (The urine test for pregnancy to be done before a female candidate is subjected to CXR. If UPT is positive, guidelines as given under Examination of Female candidates are to be followed.

6. Tattoo:
  • i) Location-tattoos marked on traditional sites of the body like inner aspect of forearm, but only LEFT forearm, being non saluting limb or dorsum of the hands are to be allowed.
  • ii) Size- size must be less than ¼ of the particular part (Elbow or Hand) of the body. 
  • iii)Scar mark on the skin of candidates as result of removal of tattoos may be accepted on the lines of post injury or post burn scars in case there are not any hindrance to the movement and physical performance at the time of Medical(DME) only. 
  • iv)Instructions on tattoo mark are applicable at the time of recruitment only.
7. Duration of fitness for Post-operative cases. If any candidate operated for following the time for fitness will be considered as per details given below:-
  • a) Body surface swelling, DNS ,tonsillectomy and nasal polypectomy-01 month
  • b) Hydrocele-03 months.
  • c) Tympanoplasty-04 months.
  • d) Abdominal/pelvic surgeries involving opening of peritoneum, repairs of Hernia, varicocele surgeries, surgery for fistula-in-ano etc-06 months. 
  • e) Above time will be considered at the time of medical only and not after the due date of medical.
  • f) Any surgery conducted between DME & RME for corrective measure of unfitness in DME will not be accepted & be considered as ‘unfit’.
8. Chest measurement of female candidates will not be measured. However, it should be ascertained that the chest is well developed.

9. The candidate must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint in eyes.

10. Examination of blood pressure, (Normal Range Systolic 100-140 mm of HG, Diastolic 60 to 90 mm of Hg).

11. Hemoglobin: (Normal Range- 12-16 gm% for male, 10-14 gm% for female). However candidates with more than 18 gm% will be considered unfit. Hemoglobin below 12 gm% for male and below 10 gm% for female will be considered as disqualified. 


Candidates having any decease/deformity as mentioned under will lead to rejection. Details are as under:-
  • i. Indication of any chronic disease like tuberculosis, syphilis, or other venereal disease, rheumatoid/ any type of arthritis, hypertension etc.
  • ii. Bronchial or laryngeal disease like Asthma, chronic Tonsillitis & Adenoids etc. 
  • iii. Indication of Valvular or other disease of heart.
  • iv. Generally impaired constitution, so as to impede efficient discharge of training/duties.
  • v. Low standard vision.
  • vi. Any degree of squint.
  • vii. Otitis media.
  • viii. Deafness, any degree of impaired hearing.
  • ix. Stammering, as specified later.
  • x. Loss of/ decay of teeth resulting in reduction of dental points below.
  • xi. Wearing of half or complete artificial denture.
  • xii. Contraction or deformity of chest and deformity of joints.
  • xiii. Abnormal curvature of spine (exact nature, e.g., kyphosis, scoliosis, lordosis etc. to be specified).
  • xiv. Abnormal Gait.
  • xv. Wax (Ears)
  • xvi. Deviated Nasal Septum.
  • xvii. Under sized chest.
  • xviii. Piles
  • xix. Tonsillitis.
  • xx. Abnormal Blood Pressure.
  • xxi. Overweight/underweight.
  • xxii. Endocrinal disorders.
  • xxiii. Mental or nervous instability- evidence of nervous instability.
  • xxiv. Defective intelligence.
  • xxv. Any type of hernia.
  • xxvi. Chronic skin disease like vitiligo, Leprosy, SLE, Eczema, Chronic extensive Fungal dermatitis etc.
  • xxvii. Any congenital abnormality, so as to impede efficient discharge of training/duties.
  • xxviii. Anal fistula, haemorrhoids and other anorectal diseases as specified later.
  • xxix. Deformity of feet like Flat foot, Club foot, plantar warts etc.
  • xxx. Epilepsy.
  • xxxi. Nystagmus/ Progressive Pterygium.
  • xxxii. Hydrocede/Phimosis.
  • xxxiii. Cubitus varus/ Valgus.
  • xxxiv. Polydactyl of hands/feet.
  • xxxv. Undescended testis, atrophic testis, marked varicocele, testicular swellings. 
  • xxxvi. Varicose veins. Cases of Varicose veins, even if operated, are not to be accepted because basic defect remains unchanged.
  • xxxvii. Any evidence of implants in situ anywhere in body will lead to rejection.
  • xxxviii. In females, the carrying angle of more than 20º will lead to rejection on the ground of cubitus valgus.
  • xxxix. Gynaecomastia.
  • xl. Per speculum and Per Vaginal examination are not to be performed in an unmarried candidate; however inspection of genitalia is to be done to rule out any obvious pathology).
  • xli. Evidence of major abnormalities or defects of the genitalia such as change of sex, hermaphroditism, pseudohermaphroditism, or gonadal dysgenesis or dysfunctional residuals even after surgical correction of these conditions is disqualifying. 
  • xlii. If urine test for pregnancy is positive the candidate will be declared temporary unfit and will be re-examined 6 weeks after the pregnancy is over, either naturally or artificially, subject to the production of a medical certificate of fitness from a registered medical practitioner.
  • xliii. Evidence of ovarian cyst or fibroid uterus or any other lump is disqualifying.
  • xliv. Evidence of pelvic inflammatory disease, is disqualifying.
  • xlv. Congenital absence of uterus or enlargement due to any cause is disqualifying.
  • xlvi. Past medical history of diseases or injury of the spine or sacro iliac joints, either with or without objective signs which have prevented the candidate from successful follows a physical active life.
  • xlvii. History of spinal fracture/prolapsed intervertebral disc and surgical treatment.
  • xlviii. The following conditions detected radiologically during medical exam:-
  • a) Granulomatous disease of spine.
  • b) Arthritidies/spondylosis.
  • c) Rheumatoid arthritis and allied disorders
  • d) Ankylosing spondylitis.
  • e) Osteoarthrosis, spondylosis and degenerative joint disease.
  • f) Non articular rheumatism (e.g. lesions of the rotator cuff, tennis elbow, recurrent lumbago etc.)
  • g) Miscellaneous disorders including SLE, polymyositis, vasculitis. 
  • h) Spondylolisthesis/spondylolysis.
  • i) Compression fracture of vertebrae.
  • j) Scheuerman’s disease (Adolescent kyphosis).
  • k) Loss of cervical when associated with clinically restricted movements of cervical spine.
  • l) Unilateral/Bilateral cervical ribs with demonstrable neurological or circulatory deficit.
  • m) Scoliosis more than 15 degree as measure by Cobb’s method.
  • n) Degenerative Disc Discase.
  • o) Presence of schmorl’s nodes at more than one level.
  • p) Atlanto-occipital and atlantoaxial anomalies.
  • q) Hemi vertebrae and/or incomplete block (fused) vertebrae at any level in cervical, dorsal or lumbar spine and complete block (fused) vertebrae and more than one level in cervical or dorsal spine.
  • r) Unilateral Sacralisation or lumbarisation (Complete or incomplete) at all levels and bilateral incomplete sacralisation or lumbarisation.
  • s) Any other abnormality if so considered by the specialist.
  • t) Mild Kyphosis or Lordosis where deformity is barely noticeable and there is no pain or restriction of movement will not preclude acceptance.
  • u) In case of noticeable Scoliosis or suspicion of any other abnormality or spinal deformity, more than mild, appropriate X-rays of the spine are to be taken and the Examinee referred for specialist’s advice. 
  • v) The following conditions detected on X-ray examination will be disqualifying for entry to Armed Forces.
  • i) Granulomatius disease of spine.
  • ii) Arthritidies/ spondylosis.
  • iii) Scoliosis more than 15 degree as measured by Cobb’s method (10 degree of Army)
  • iv) More than mild Kyphosis/lordosis.
  • v) Spondylolisthesis/Spondylosis.
  • vi) Herniated nucleus pulposes.
  • vii) Compression fracture of Vertebra.
  • viii) Sacaralisation Disease.
  • ix) Cervical ribs with demonstrable neurological or Circulatory deficit.
  • x) Presence of Schmorl’s node at more than one level.
  • xi) Atlanto-occipital, and atlantoaxial anomalies.
  • xii) Incomplete Sacaralisation Unilateral or Bilateral.
  • xiii) Spinabifida other than SV1 and LV5 if completely sacralised.
  • xiv) Any other abnormality, if so considered by specialist.
  • r) A candidate should have no past history of mental breakdown or fits.
  • s) The hearing should be normal. A candidate should be able to hear a forced whisper with each ear at a distance of 610 cms in a quiet room. There should be no evidence of present or past disease of the ear, nose and throat. Audiometric test will be done for AF. Audiometric loss should not exceed+20 db in frequencies between 250 Hz and 4000 Hz. There is no impediment of speech.
  • t) There should be no signs of functional or organic disease of the heart and blood vessels. Blood pressure should be normal.
  • u) There should be no enlargement of liver or spleen. Any evidence of disease of internal organs of the abdomen will be a cause for rejection.
  • v) Un-operated hernias will make a candidate unfit. In case of Hernia which will be operated, a minimum of 6 months must have passed prior to final medical examination before commencement of the course.
  • w) There should be no hydrocele, varicocele or piles.
  • x) Urine examination will be done and any abnormality if detected will be a cause for rejection.
  • y) Any disease of skin which is likely to cause disability or disfigurement will also be a cause for rejection.
NOTE:- These instructions are only guidelines. In addition to these instructions laid down by GOI in details from time to time on the subject will be applicable for medical examination.

i) APPEAL AGAINST MEDICAL EXAMINATION. If a candidate is declared “UNFIT” in medical examination, the grounds for rejection/unfitness will be communicated to the candidate by recruiting doctor duly countersigned by PO of the Recruitment Board. The candidate, if not satisfied with the findings of the recruiting doctor, can submit appeal for review medical examination (RME) with a certificate, indicating of error of judgment, of his medical fitness from a Medical Officers of concerned specialty from district hospital and above along with registration no given by MCI/ State medical council practitioner and fee of Rs. 25/- to the Appellate Authority. The medical certificate or proof will not be taken into consideration unless it contains a note by the Medical Officer concerned to the effect that it has been given in full knowledge of the fact that the candidate has already been declared unfit for service by CRPF recruiting medical board for appointment in CRPF. The appeal will also be not taken into consideration unless it contains medical re-examination fee of Rs.25/-(Rupees Twenty Five) only in the form of crossed IPO/Demand Draft in favour of the Appellate Authority which is submitted within 30 days from the date of issue of the communication of his medical unfitness. The DIG of respective recruitment centre will be the Appellate Authority for the purpose. A medical officer will be associated as with the Appellate Authority for screening of appeals. The candidates whose appeals are accepted by the appellate authority shall be directed to appear before Review Medical Board (RMB) giving them specific date, time and venue well in time. The RME of unfit candidates will be conducted by RME Board detailed by the CRPF Medical Directorate at notified centre. Medical will be conducted as per existing instructions in vogue.
Address of Appellate Authority : As mentioned in para-20 above. 


a) After completion of Medical examination, category wise merit lists namely General, SC, ST, OBC and Ex-servicemen will be drawn separately.

b) The merit list will be drawn on the basis of aggregate marks obtained in written test by the candidates. In case tie in marks, the merit list will be prepared in the following manner:-
  • i) The candidate older in age gets preference.
  • ii) If the tie still persists, it is finally resolved by referring to the alphabetical order of names in English i.e. a candidate whose name begins with alphabet which comes first in the alphabetical order gets preference. 
  • c) The list of finally selected candidates will be displayed on the notice board of recruitment centres and also posted on CRPF website ( as well as published in all leading newspapers followed by issue of an offer of appointment.
  • d) No waiting list shall be maintained/kept.



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FOR BANKS,1,FOR OTHER EXAM.,3,FOR PO,3,Foremen,8,Forest Guard,2,Gail India,2,GATE,20,GCECT,1,GDMOs,1,General Central Services,1,Geologist,7,Geophysicist,1,GITAM UNIVERSITY,3,GK,3,Goa,13,Goods Guard,2,Government Job,24,Govt Staff news,28,GPSC,12,Grade-IV (DASS),1,Graduate,686,Graphic,2,Greeting,2,Group C,1,Group D,1,GS,1,GSL,1,GSSSB,12,Gujarat,68,Haryana,73,Hawaldar,1,HCL,4,Health Inspector,1,Himachal Pradesh,42,Hindi Translator,3,Home Science,1,Hospital,12,Hot,26,HPCL,1,HPGCL,1,HPL India,1,HPPSC,7,HPSC,11,HPSSB,1,HPSSC,1,HRTC,3,HSSC,10,Human Resource,2,Hyderabad,14,IBPS,6,ICAR,2,ICMR,3,ICSI,8,ICWA,45,IDPL,1,IGNOU,1,IIA Bengaluru,2,IIM,6,IIM Kozhikode,1,IISER,12,IIT,13,IIT Bombay,23,IIT Guwahati,2,IIT Kharagpur,4,IIT Mandi,5,Implementation of 7th CPC,11,India Post,9,indian Air Force,12,Indian Army,48,INDIAN COST GUARD,3,Indian Economic Service,11,indian forest service,19,Indian Navy,28,Indian Ordnance Factories,13,Indian Statistical Service,11,Indra Gandhi National University,1,Inspector,38,Institute,1,Instructor,8,Intelligence Bureau,5,Intermediate,458,International Jobs,5,Interview,26,Investigator,3,IOC Limited,17,IRCON,1,IREDA,1,ISRO,7,IT,14,ITBP,14,ITDC,1,ITI,121,ITI LIMITED,2,J & K,7,Jammu & Kashmir,18,JCM,2,Jharkhand,48,JKPSC,3,JKSSB,3,JNU,1,Job News,138,Journalist,1,JPSC,6,Jr. Officer,3,JRF,4,JSLPS,2,JSSC,9,JTO,1,Judge,7,Judicial Service Examination,3,July,7,Junior Assistant,17,Junior Engineer,40,Junior Overman,3,Junior Research Fellow,18,Junior Resident,8,Junior Superintendent,2,Junior Technician,2,junior telecom officer,2,Kandla Port Trust,2,Karnataka,71,Kerala,36,Kerala PSC,2,Kochi,3,Kolkata,16,Kolkata Police Recruitment Board,1,Kolkata Port Trust,4,KPCS,4,KPSC,10,KRCL,1,KSINC,1,KVB,1,KVS,2,Lab Assistant,29,Laboratory Assistant,11,Labrary Science,1,Lady Constable,1,Law,53,LAWYER,5,LDC,132,Lecturer,15,Legal,5,Legislative Assembly Secretariat,1,Librarian,13,Library Assistant,4,LIC,3,Life Sciences,1,LLB,21,Lok Sabha,2,Ltd. Company,159,Lucknow,2,Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation Limited,2,m,1,M A,3,M Ed,32,M Phil,17,M Tech,1,M. Com,94,M.A,77,M.Com,19,M.SC.,216,M.Tech,246,MA,15,Madhya Pradesh,61,Maharashtra,139,Mali,3,Management Trainee,14,Manager,147,Manipur,8,Marketing Executive,6,Master Degree,32,Matric,361,Matron,1,MBA,107,MBBS,140,MCA,66,MD,72,MDNL,1,ME,137,Mechaniical,48,Medical,14,Medical Officer,67,Medical Professional,1,Medical Superintendent,4,Meghalaya,11,MES,2,Metro Rail,14,MIDHANI Crane Operator,1,minimum wages,2,Mining Sirdar,8,Ministry of Defence,9,Mizoram,4,MMRCL,1,Model Question,1,Motor Vehicle Inspector,2,MPCDF,1,MPPKVVCL,3,MPPSC,8,MPSC,10,MS,28,mtnl,3,mts,57,Mumbai Port Trust,4,Mysore,1,Nagaland,2,NALCO,2,National Defence Academy,21,NBAGR,2,NCBB,1,NCC,1,NCERT,7,NCLAS,1,NCPIL,1,NDM,1,NDMA,1,NDMC,1,NEIAH,1,NET,27,New Delhi,18,NFC,2,NHAI,2,NHB,1,NHM,15,NIELIT,1,NIFT,2,NIPER,3,NIRM,1,NISG,1,NIT,9,NJA,1,Notice,7,NPCIL,3,NPSC,1,NTPC Limited,5,NTRO,1,NTSE,1,Nurse,62,Nursing,17,Nutrition Counselor,1,Odisha,70,Odisha Gramaya Bank,1,Odisha Police,1,Office Assistant,29,Office Superintendent,2,officer,203,ONGC,4,Operator,13,OPSC,7,Ordnance Depot,3,Oriental Bank,2,OSSC,10,OSSSC,3,OT Technicians,1,Overseer,5,Para-Military,1,Paramedical Staff,8,Pathology,2,Patwari,6,PEC LTD,1,Pension,1,Pension Revision,1,Peon,45,PFC Consulting Ltd,1,PG Degree,261,PGDCA,4,PGDCA/ DOEACC,5,PGIMER,3,PGIMS,2,PGVCL,3,Ph D,52,Pharmacist,23,Phycial Research Laboratory,1,Pilots,3,Plumber,6,Police,80,Polytechnic,1,Port Trust,1,Post Graduate,43,Postman,11,PPSC,8,Prasar Bharti,1,Private Jobs,26,Private Secretary,2,Probationary Officer,9,Probationary Officers,10,Professor,65,Programme Assistana,1,Programme Officer,2,Programmer,12,Project Assistant,14,Project Engineer,5,Project Fellow,9,Project Officer,7,PSSSB,1,PSTCL,1,Psychology,1,puducherry,3,Punjab,46,Railway,64,Rajasthan,48,Rajya Sabha,2,Rally Program,1,RBI,5,Registrar,14,Rehabilitation Worker-NCD,1,Relationship Executive,1,Research Associates,12,Research Officer,6,Result,45,Review Officer,2,RGCB,1,Rishikesh,4,RITES Ltd.,11,RPCS,1,RPF,8,RPSC,4,RSMSSB,3,Rssc,1,Sahyog Agricultural,1,SAIL,3,Sales Tax Inspector,1,SBI,11,Sc,1,Schedule,1,Scholarships,1,School Jobs,1,SCI,1,Scientific Assistana,1,Scientific Assistant,5,Scientific Officer,11,scientist,55,Secretary,9,Section Officer,13,Security,24,Senior Resident,13,SERIES 2,1,SERISE 1,1,SET,1,Seventh Pay Commission,13,Seventh Pay Commission Report,1,SGM Hospital,1,SIDBI,1,Sikkim,1,SLET,1,Social Worker,8,Specialist Officer,7,SPSC,1,SRF,4,SSA,1,SSB,23,SSC,73,Staff,55,State Consultana,2,State Govt,29,State Programme Officer,2,State Resource Person,1,Stenographer,83,Store Keeper,22,Store Officer,5,Store Superintendent,2,Strike,3,Superintendent,10,Superintendent Engineer,1,Supervisor,18,Surgical Specialist,1,Surveyor,8,SVNIRTAR,1,Sweeper,29,Syllabus,22,Tamil Nadu,62,Teaching Job,76,Technical Assistant,52,Technical Attendant,5,Technical Officer,23,technician,77,Telangana,26,Telephone Operator,1,Territorial Army,1,time table,3,TISS,3,TMC,2,TNPL,5,TNPSC,15,TPSC,5,Tradesman,23,Trainee Officer,7,Translator,3,Trending Now,8,Tripura,9,TSPSC,5,TTA,1,Typist,2,UDC,34,UG,1,UIIC,1,UKPSC,5,UKSSSC,6,University,28,University Jobs,29,UPCL,4,UPPCL,2,UPPSC,9,UPSC,141,UPSSSC,19,Uttar Pradesh,114,Uttarakhand,42,Veterinary Surgeon,5,WBPSC,12,WBSSC,5,Weaver,1,West Bengal,92,
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