Which CAPF force work is the most difficult?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Lamar Petty



Which CAPF force work is the most difficult?

Smart jobs, risks and facilities - CRPF

Hard life in difficult terrain: BSF and ITBP.

You can also add the terrain folder in the CRPF as they also operate in the jungles and the CRPF is also deployed in Ladakh and some battalions are also deployed in Rajasthan, but not near the borders in both cases.

Hi there!

I will answer your question from the perspective of the wife of an A / C. She joined in 2011.

I think the first and third part of your question have already been answered fairly fairly, it won't be added there, but the familiar look needs some light.

Family life is very different from that of defense forces, as shipments are made periodically in more difficult and remote areas and therefore much depends on where you are.

As others mentioned, you are definitely allowed to keep the family even in the LWE belts, but only in the 'soft' outlying districts. That said, most businesses are typically between 1 and 3 hours' drive from a

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Hi there!

I will answer your question from the perspective of the wife of an A / C. She joined in 2011.

I think the first and third part of your question have already been answered fairly fairly, it won't be added there, but the familiar look needs some light.

Family life is very different from that of defense forces, as shipments are made periodically in more difficult and remote areas and therefore much depends on where you are.

As others mentioned, you are definitely allowed to keep the family even in the LWE belts, but only in the 'soft' outlying districts. That being said, most businesses are typically 1-3 hours drive from a suitable city, supporting the family is the only option for the newlyweds or young family and most importantly only if it suits to your spouse's profession. Also, as only A / C can take the family to a company, they are the only ones there, there are no other women or children to socialize with! They meet other families from time to time at parties and functions mainly. Your parents may visit you for some time, but staying with them will definitely be inconvenient for them since you move so often.

Whether you get a lot of nature and tranquility with makeshift lodgings or proper urban dwellings in the middle of the venue, it really varies from place to place. This applies to the first 8 to 10 years until promoted. With their spouse's need for work, urban requirements, children's schooling, and other needs, people support their families in the city of origin. Another option is to keep them in headquarters if possible, where they change as you are posted to different battalions every few years. Licenses are plentiful and you get them pretty easily in normal positions. These are the battalion posts that are held every 3 to 4 years.

Now, even when you are stationed in the same battalion, you have to move over and over again for electoral duties, security for Yatras, Kumbh, big melas, flood relief, hooliganisms here and there, political dramas, etc. and of course a lot of workouts! Your suitcase is always packed and stable for 3 to 4 months is a luxury. Unless your spouse is as adventurous and travel-friendly as you are, you will part ways, especially until you are promoted to higher ranks. Then things are more settled.

Coming to the lifestyle, you will definitely feel like the king of your company. All the services and advantages are there as for a Class 1 officer. You don't have to lift a finger at all in your company, but the work is very demanding. The bureaucracy and its inertia are real here and a lot depends on where you are: urban headquarters, peace post or risky Kashmir / LWE. He literally works 24 * 7, from administrative tasks to night operations, so don't expect a 9-5 type of work life. There is a lot of exposure and you can travel all over India. The job also involves a lot of official party.

Something important to mention is promotions. The first ten years are actual drags and locks in the ranges from A / C to D / C, then 2I / C to Commandant. NFU is awarded by SC now so that will help a bit! Others have already mentioned the rest of the stuff.

Kindly view this as information only and not as an advantage or a disadvantage. People are different and also what they want in life.

I hope that helps.

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