Procedure of Induction
 

About CISF…

  • CISF is an Armed Force of the Union raised under an Act of Parliament namely Central Industrial Security Force Act, 1968 (50 of 1968).
  • Force was raised with a strength of 3129 in the year 1969 which has increased to a strength of 1,39,620 as on 01.07.2014.
  • CISF has 10 Reserve Battalions, 08 Training Institute and 39 other formations.
  • As per mandate CISF provides security to the property & installations as well as protection to their employees with the premises .
  • CISF is providing security to strategic establishment including those of Department of Space, Department of Atomic Energy, Airports, Delhi Metro, Ports, Historical Monuments and core Sectors of Indian economy like Petroleum & Natural Gas, Power, Coal, Steel & Mining.
  • CISF is also providing security to some Private Sector units and important Govt. buildings in Delhi.
  • Presently CISF is also providing protection to protected person categorized as Z+, Z, X and Y.
  • CISF is the only force having a customized and dedicated Fire Wing.
  • CISF is cost re-imbursement force .

Procedure of Induction…

    • On receipt of a request from a client, terms and conditions as proposed by MHA are sent.
    • On receipt of the prescribed Survey fee from the client organization, a joint security survey by CISF and management officials is conducted.
    • Requirement of manpower, accommodation, transport and other administrative / operational equipment and stores are assessed.
    • Formal requisition is furnished by the management, required number of posts are then sanctioned by MHA.
    • Concerned management is asked to remit security deposit as an advance equal to 03 months billing of cost of deployment and to complete pre-induction facilities (PIF) such as accommodation, communication, transport, gadgetry etc.
    • Force is inducted after completion of PIF.