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    Current Employee - Deputy Commandant (Adjutant), Chief of Security & Admininistration in Bhuj
    Current Employee - Deputy Commandant (Adjutant), Chief of Security & Admininistration in Bhuj
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    I have been working at Border Security Force full-time (More than 10 years)

    Pros

    One of the best and adventurous job in India, biggest border guarding force of the world, proud to be a professional security and Admininistration experienced Officer.

    Cons

    Almost nil, however responsibility comes with higher position, so it's 24*7 job. But if one has to show commitment to the command and to the country then nothing is impossible.

    Advice to Management

    To invest little more in making the working environment more comfortable and affordable to all troops under Command. Hard risk allowance may be enhanced in commensuration with job profile.

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    Application

    I applied in-person. I interviewed at Border Security Force in January 2012.

    Interview

    Physical tests like running, long jump and high jump. Following this there will be medical examination. Most probably the Medical Officer will ask for bribe and if you are lucky he won't. However you have to pay bribe at other stages when you go for final recruitment process or for training which is about ten months somewhere in North India. Training will be full of corruption. The trainers will suck all your salary money by threatening to fail you or disqualify you from training as you might not have been able to run or do the hurdles like long jumps and high jumps.

    Interview Questions

    • which are our neighbouring countries?   1 Answer
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