(a) & b): No such report has been received from Central Armed Police Forces(CAPFs) However, some vacancies in naxal-affected distric...
(a) & b): No such report has been received from Central Armed Police Forces(CAPFs) However, some vacancies in naxal-affected districts, north-east states and border districts in the rank of Constable/GD in Central Armed Police Forces(CAPF) & Assam Rifles (AR) for the vacancy year 2012-13 have remained unfilled after the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared results recently.
The number of vacancies which remained unfilled in Naxal-affected districts, North East States & Border districts are as follows:-
CRPF BSF ITBP CISF SSB AR
Naxal-affected districts 2286 2171 468 1118 1775 00
North East States 509 1092 469 267 388 753
Border districts 00 2460 685 00 919 342
(c) & (d): As per the recruitment scheme of Constable(GD) in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), allotment of vacancies is made as under:-
(i) 60% of vacancies are being allotted amongst states/UTs on the basis of population.
(ii) 20% vacancies are allotted to border districts falling within the area of responsibility of Border Guarding Forces (BGFs) (i.e. ARs, BSF, ITBP & SSB) and 20% vacancies in Border Guarding Forces are allotted to the militancy affected areas (i.e. J&K, North Eastern States and Naxal affected areas) as notified by the Government from time to time.
(iii) In Forces other than BGFs (i.e. in CRPF & CISF), 40% vacancies are allotted to militancy-affected areas (i.e. J&K, North Eastern States and Naxal affected areas).
(e): In the recently revised scheme for recruitment of Constable/GD in CAPFs & AR issued on 24.09.2012 a provision has been incorporated for conducting special recruitment rallies to fill up the vacancies in the State of Jammu & Kashmir, Left Wing Extremist affected districts & Border districts which remained unfilled after the annual exam conducted by SSC is over.
The above informaition was submitted by MoHA in reply of undermentioned Lok Sabha Q&A:-
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
LOK SABHAUNSTARRED QUESTION NO 786
ANSWERED ON 27.11.2012
RECRUITMENT IN CPMF
ANANDRAO VITHOBA ADSUL
BABAR GAJANAN DHARMSHI
Will the Minister of HOME AFFAIRS be pleased to state:-
(a) whether there are reports that Central Para-Military Forces (CPMFs) are facing serious problem in recruitment especially from naxal-affected, tribal, north-east and border areas;
(b) if so, the details of the vacancies in troubled areas, force-wise;
(c) whether the Union Government has fixed quotas for these areas which can be filled only by local people;
(d) if so, whether there is a need to change the recruitment method; and
(e) the details of the steps taken by the Government to fill up the vacancies through special recruitment drives and not to carry forward these vacancies in the coming years?
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS (SHRI R.P.N. SINGH)
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