CISF AC(EXE) LDCE
CISF Assistant Commandants (Executive) Limited Departmental Competitive Examination
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CISF AC(EXE) LDCE Basic Information
Updated On - May 04 2021 by Ganesh Wankhede
Candidates can check the CISF AC(EXE) LDCE 2021 exam status from the below table:
|Exam status||Result has been declared|
Candidates can find important dates and events related to CISF AC(EXE) LDCE 2021 from the given table:
|Date of Notification and Start of Online Registration||02 December 2020|
|Last Date of Submission of Application Form||22 December 2020|
|Admit Card||16 February 2021|
|Date of Entrance Exam||14 March 2021|
|Result||15 April 2021|
The detailed information regarding CISF AC(EXE) LDCE Result 2021 is given below:
The admit card for CISF AC (Exe) LDCE 2021 has been released by UPSC.
Given below the exam pattern for CISF AC(EXE) LDCE 2021. The exam will consist of two papers, i.e., Paper I and Paper-II.
In Paper II, the applicant is allowed to choose the medium of answering between English or Hindi in the Essay Component, but the medium of Precis Writing and Comprehension Components remains English only.
The syllabus for UPSC CISF AC LDCE 2021 is given below:
Paper I (general ability and intelligence, and professional skill) is divided into two parts, Part A and Part B.
Part A: General Ability and Intelligence
Part B: Professional Skill
Paper-II is a descriptive type. It tests how the candidates can express their ideas, through the topics present in the question paper, by ensuring that language is correct and does not have any spelling errors.
UPSC has released the CISF AC EXE LDCE 2021 Application form.
Candidates are advised to must ensure their eligibility before filling the CISF AC(EXE) LDCE 2021 Application Form.
Applicant must not have attained the age of 35 years on 01 August 2020, i.e., he/she must have been born not earlier than 02 August 1985. The upper age limit prescribed above shall be relaxable up to a maximum of five years if a candidate belongs to a Scheduled Caste or a Schedule Tribe.
Given below some Physical Standards which a candidate must satisfy for the examination:
|Height||165 cms (Gen & SC)|
162.5 cms ( ST)
|157 Cms ( Gen & SC)|
154 cms ( ST)
|Chest (unexpanded)||81 cms|
(with 5 cm minimum expansion )
|Weight||Corresponding to height||Corresponding to height|
|Medical||Shape 1||Shape 1|
|Components||Better eye (Corrected vision)||Worse eye (Corrected vision)|
|Distant Vision||6/6 or 6/9||6/12, 6/9|
|Near vision||JI (corrected)||J2 (corrected)|
The candidate should not have DNS, atrophic rhinitis, tubercular ulceration, chronic sinusitis.
The candidate should not have enlarged lymph nodes, thyroid or another swelling of the neck, inability to extend the neck fully, or any evidence of disease of the spine or cervical vertebrae.
i. Candidate must possess a sufficient number of sound teeth for efficient mastication.
The candidate should not have active signs of clinical VD and chronic skin diseases like Leprosy, chronic dermatitis, extensive Pityriasis Versicolor, psoriasis, SLE, etc.
Given below the vital information regarding CISF AC(EXE) LDCE 2021.
|Exam Name||CISF AC(EXE) LDCE 2021 or (CISF Assistant Commandants [Executive] Limited Departmental Competitive Examination)|
|Conducting Body||Union Public Service commission|
|UPSC Official website||https://www.upsc.gov.in/|
|Frequency of exam||Once in a year|
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The CISF came into existence in 1969 with a modest beginning, having three battalions, to provide integrated security cover to the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), which, in those years, occupied the commanding heights of the economy. In four decades, the Force has grown several folds to reach one lakh forty-eight thousand and three hundred seventy-one personnel today. With globalization and liberalization of the economy, CISF is no longer a PSU-centric organization. The CISF provides security cover to 300 industrial units, government infrastructure projects, and facilities and establishments located all over India. Industrial sectors like atomic power plants, space installations, mines, oil fields and refineries, major ports, heavy engineering, steel plants, barrages, fertiliser units, airports, and hydroelectric/thermal power plants owned and controlled by Central Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs), and currency note presses producing Indian currency are protected by CISF.
|Admit card||16 Feb - 14 Mar 2021|
|Form Date||02 Dec - 22 Dec 2020|
|Result||15 Apr 2021|
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14 Mar 2021