BSF Head Constable, ASI exam 2016 Results out
The Border Security Force (BSF) is the leading Border Guarding police force of India. The Border Security Force is one of the five Central Armed Police Forces of the Union of India. BSF conducts various examinations for the recruitment of eligible candidates in various departments. This year BSF released a notification for the recruitment of Head Constables(RO) and Asst. Sub Inspector (RM) posts.
Directorate General Border Security Force (DGBSF) (Communication & IT Directorate) conducted written examination for the recruitment of Head Constables(RO) and Assistant Sub Inspector (RM) posts on 6th November 2016. Earlier, the exam was scheduled to be conducted in the month of September/ October 2016. A huge number of candidates applied and appeared for the exam across various examination centers across India. The results have been declared for the posts of Head constables (RO) and Assistant Sub-Inspectors in the Border Security Force (Communication and IT directorate) exam. Candidates who gave the OMR-based screening test on 6th, November 2016 can check the results on the official BSF website. A total of 116 candidates has qualified the exam this year.
The qualified candidates will be directed to report on the date, time and place mentioned in order to appear for the descriptive test on 29th January, 2017. The call letters for the descriptive test will be sent to the registered e-mail ID.
Post : Head Constables (RO) and Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) (RM)
No of Posts : 622
Qualified candidates : 116Descriptive Exam Date : 29th January, 2017 (9 am to 1 pm)
How to check BSF - Head Constables (RO) and Assistant Sub Inspector (RM) results?
- Candidates should visit the official website bsf.nic.in
- Candidates should then Click on the tab at the top of the page which says, “Result for the post of ASI/RM and HC/RO has been uploaded please click here”
- Candidates will then be able to check the results and download a copy and take a printout of the same for further reference.
- Candidates who qualified the exam but are unable to download the call letter can bring their identity proofs (Aadhar Card, Voter ID Card, driving license, PAN card, etc) to the venue on the day of the test, where they will be issued a copy of the same.