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Home Ministry launches ‘CAPF Punarvaas’ portal for retired CRPF-BSF jawans, will complete the search for employment

Home Ministry launched ‘CAPF Punarvaas’ portal

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The Union Ministry of Home Affairs has launched a portal for personnel belonging to Central Armed Police Forces like CRPF and BSF, who are looking for re-employment after retirement.

Union Home Ministry (Ministry of Home Affairs) has launched a portal for personnel belonging to Central Armed Police Forces like CRPF and BSF, who are looking for re-employment after retirement. ‘CAPF Rehabilitation’ (CAPF PunarvaasA website called ) will help retired workers to find jobs. For this, they were given the Welfare and Rehabilitation Board (WARB) to upload your personal details along with your area of ​​expertise and preferred place of employment. Ministry of Home Affairs Private Security Agencies Regulation Act (PSA) for Registration of Private Security Agencies (PSA)PSARA) also runs a portal under

“In order to facilitate the retired personnel of CAPFs and Assam Rifles to get employment in private security agencies, the Ministry of Home Affairs has constituted Welfare and Rehabilitation Board (WARB) on the instructions of Union Home Minister Amit Shah,” an official statement said. Through ‘CAPF Rehabilitation’ is launched. Both the websites are now interlinked, allowing easy access to the database of retired personnel who have applied through ‘CAPF Rehabilitation’.

‘The welfare of CAPF personnel is the top priority of the government’

With the increase in the number of commercial establishments requiring security services, there has been a substantial increase in the number of private security agencies, thereby increasing the need for security personnel. This initiative is a step towards the welfare of CAPF personnel and will go a long way towards meeting their rehabilitation needs. The statement said that the welfare of CAPF personnel and their families is one of the top priorities of the Narendra Modi-led central government.

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