Central Selection Board of Constable has recently released a recruitment notification to invite the applications from eligible candidates for the post of Home Guards. Interested candidates can download the detailed notification with advt no. 02/2020 from the official website csbc.bih.nic.in. CSBC has announced 301 vacancies for Bihar Home Guards and 250 vacancies for General candidates (including non-home guards). The application window to apply for the said posts is going to open from July 03, 2020, onwards on the official website. Eligible candidates can submit their online applications for the announced posts on or before August 03, 2020.
The age limit and educational qualification of the candidates are evaluated as on January 01, 2020. Aspirants must have passed 10+2 in order to apply for the post of Bihar Home Guards. The minimum age limit to apply for the post of Home Guards is 24 years and the maximum age limit is 50 years. However, the age limits for general category (including the non-home guards) is different. The minimum age limit for general category (non-home guards based) is 18 years. For general category candidates, the upper age limit is 25 years, 27 years for the male candidates of BC/OBC, 28 years for female candidates of BC/OBC and 30 years for SC/ST category candidates. Aspirants must also fulfil the physical standard as notified in the official advertisement.
Candidates can submit the Bihar Home Guard application form through csbc.bih.nic.in. The link is already activated for the registration as well as application form submission. Aspirants who belong to Backward class/Other Backward Class/EWS/Unreserved category candidates have to pay Rs.450/- and SC/ST candidates have to pay Rs.112/- as the fee. The fee can be submitted through the online mode only. Candidates can use the Net Banking, Credit card/Debit card gateways to transact application fee.
To get selected for the post of Bihar Home Guard, candidates have to qualify two stages which are written examination and Physical Efficiency Test. The written examination is the first stage of the selection procedure where candidates have to answer objective type questions. Candidates have to mark their answers in the OMR sheet that is provided by the conducting body. This stage is conducted for 100 questions carrying 100 questions. Questions are based on the 10+2 standard. Aspirants have to make sure that they secure at least 30% marks in written exam to appear for PET round. Physical Efficiency test round is conducted 100 marks. In this round, candidates have to appear for the long jump, run and long jump. The result is prepared based on the marks that candidates secure in PET round only.