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BSF Recruitment 2023: Vacancies announced for 10th pass, details here

New Delhi: The Border Security Force (BSF) announced vacancies on other posts including Head Constable Radio Operator. The BSF will start the registration process on April 22. According to the official notification, applications have been invited for a total of 247 posts. Those looking for thr government jobs, can submit their application online at the […]

Edited By : Pranjal Gupta | Updated: Apr 18, 2023 14:17 IST
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BSF Recruitment 2023

New Delhi: The Border Security Force (BSF) announced vacancies on other posts including Head Constable Radio Operator. The BSF will start the registration process on April 22.

According to the official notification, applications have been invited for a total of 247 posts. Those looking for thr government jobs, can submit their application online at the official website at website bsf.gov.in

The last date of application submission is May 12. To apply for the announced posts, candidates must have qualified at least class 10.

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BSF Recruitment 2023: Main dates

– Application start date – 22 April 2023

– Last date of application – 12 May 2023

BSF Recruitment 2023: Eligibility

It is mandatory for the candidates applying for this vacancy from BSF to have 12th pass from a recognized board. In this, only those with 60 percent result can apply. Apart from this, 10th pass ITI holder can apply.

BSF Recruitment 2023: Age Limit

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To apply for these posts, the age of the candidates should be more than 18 years and less than 25 years. Those falling in the category of reservation will be given relaxation in the maximum age limit.

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First published on: Apr 16, 2023 07:18 PM IST

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