Central Police Organisation BSF/SSB/CRPF/CISF/ITBPF/DELHI POLICE
The term “paramilitary forces” was previously used to refer to a variety of armed services that aid the operations of the law enforcement agencies of India and the Indian Armed Forces. No single official definition existed, so the term normally included central armed police and often included state armed police.
In March 2011, at the request of the Indian Army, the Indian government authorized the Indian Army to provide definitive terminology. An extremely narrow definition of “paramilitary” was adopted which excluded services now known as the “Central Armed Police Forces” (CAPF) and services now known as the “State Armed Police Forces”.
In the absence of central government terminology, many forces adopted their own terminology. In addition to the use of the word “paramilitary”, other terms included Central Police Organizations (CPO), Central Paramilitary Forces (CPMF or CPF), Paramilitary Forces (PMF), and Central Police Forces (CPF). The Indian Army claimed the use of such terms was motivated by self-aggrandizement and using vague terms to avoid accountability.
The selection procedure consists of-
General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, Numerical Aptitude, English Comprehension
English Language and Comprehension