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Border Security Force Recruitment 2023 - ASI, HC Vacancy, Job Openings

Border Security Force is recruiting for ASI, HC Vacancies. Apply Now.

Border Security Force

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Border Security Force released the latest job notification for the recruitment of ASI, HC vacancy. Interested candidates can apply before the last date. Check more details on the Border Security Force job vacancy 2022.

Border Security Force Recruitment Notification 2023

Border Security Force has recently sought a job notification for the recruitment of a for ASI, HC Vacancy. Desirous candidates can check all the job details of no of posts, age limit, salary, qualification, etc prescribed below:

Border Security Force job Openings

About Job

Requirement Details

Post Name





All India


Rs. 25,500 – 92,300/- Per Month

Last Date



18-28 years

Application Fees


Educational Qualification for Border Security Force Job Vacancy:

Post Name

Educational Qualification


To apply for the post of ASI, HC at Border Security Force, the candidate should have done 12th, Diploma from any of the recognized boards or Universities.

How to Apply for Border Security Force Job Openings:

The candidate that is interested and fulfills all the eligibility are required to apply Online at BSF official website, Starting from 20-01-2023 to 08-Feb-2023

Disclaimer: Provided by the Border Security Force

About Border Security Force: The Border Security Force (BSF) is India's border guarding organisation on its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh. It is one of the seven Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) of India, and was raised in the wake of the 1965 war on December 1 1965, "for ensuring the security of the borders of India and for matters connected there with".

It has various active roles during an outbreak of war. It is the only CAPF to have a Water Wing, Air Wing and an Artillery Regiment. It comes under the Ministry of Home Affairs. The BSF has its own small force of officers or "Cadre". However, its head, designated as a Director-General (DG), has been an Indian Police Service officer since its establishment. The BSF has grown exponentially from 25 battalions in 1965, to 192 battalions with a sanctioned strength of 270,363 personnel including an expanding air wing, Marine wing, an artillery regiment, and specialized units. It currently stands as the world's largest and powerful border guarding force. BSF has been termed the First Line of Defence of Indian territories.

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