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CRPF Head Constable Min / ASI Steno Final Result 2024

Last Updated On February 3, 2024

CRPF Head Constable Min / ASI Steno Final Result 2024

About Post : Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Are Invited Online Application Form For Head Constable, Assistant Sub Inspector Steno ASI (CRPF Head Constable Admit Card 2023). Interested Candidate Completed All Eligibility Criteria And Apply Online Application Form. Before You Apply Online Application Form Please Read Full Notification. CRPF Head Constable Admit Card 2023

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
HC (Min), ASI Recruitment 2023


  • Application Start : 04-01-2023
  • Last Date Apply Online : 31-01-2023
  • Pay Exam Fee Last Date : 31-01-2023
  • Admit Card Date : 15-02-2023
  • Exam Date : 22-28 February 2023


  • Gen / OBC / EWS : Rs.100/-
  • SC / ST / PwD : Rs.0/-
  • All Female : Rs.0/-
  • Pay the Exam Fee Through Online & Offline.

Vacancy Details Total Post : 1458

Post Category Total Eligibility
Head Constable (Ministerial) Gen 532
  • Passed 10+2 (Intermediate) Exam.
  • English Typing Speed : 35 WPM OR
  • Hindi Typing Speed : 30 WPM
  • Age : 18-28 Years
  • Age As on 31.01.2023
  • Extra Age As Per Rules.
  • Born Between : 26.01.1998- 25.01.2005.
OBC 355
EWS 132
SC 197
ST 99
Total 1315
Assistant Sub Inspector ASI Steno Gen 58
  • Passed 10+2 (Intermediate) Exam
  • Dictation : 10 Min @ 80 WPM
  • Transcription : 50 Min in English OR 65 Min in Hindi
  • Age : 18-25 Years
  • Age As on 25.01.2023
  • Extra Age As Per Rules.
  • Born Between : 26.01.1998- 25.01.2005.
OBC 39
EWS 14
ST 21
ST 11
Total 143

Physical Standard

Details Male Female
Others SC Only Others ST Only
Height 165 CMS 162.5 CMS 155 CMS 150 CMS
Chest 72-82 CMS 76-81 NA NA
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The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is the premier central police force of the Union of India for internal security. Originally constituted as the Crown Representative Police in 1939, it is one of the oldest Central para military forces (now termed as Central Armed Police Force). CRPF was raised as a sequel to the political unrest and the agitations in the then princely States of India following the Madras Resolution of the All-India Congress Committee in 1936 and the ever-growing desire of the Crown Representative to help the vast majority of the native States to preserve law and order as a part of the imperial policy.

After Independence, the force was renamed as Central Reserve Police Force by an Act of Parliament on 28 December 1949. This Act constituted CRPF as an armed force of the Union. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the then Home Minister, visualised a multi-dimensional role for it in tune with the changing needs of a newly

independent nation.

Soon after Independence, contingents of the CRPF were sent on Kutch, Rajasthan and Sindh borders to check infiltration and trans-border crimes. They were, subsequently, deployed on the Pakistan border in Jammu and Kashmir following attacks launched by the Pakistani infiltrators. The CRPF bore the brunt of the first Chinese attack on India at Hot Springs (Ladakh) on 21 October 1959. A small CRPF patrol was ambushed by the Chinese in which ten of its men made their supreme sacrifice for the country. Their martyrdom on 21 October is remembered throughout the country as the Police Commemoration Day every year


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