MHA launches job portal for retired CAPF staff : The Tribune India
New Delhi, May 7
The Union Home Office (MHA) has launched a portal for the benefit of personnel belonging to Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) like CRPF and BSF who are seeking re-employment after retirement.
The portal will help retirees seeking re-employment find a suitable match by uploading their personal data.
The portal, “CAPF Punarvaas”, will help retirees seeking re-employment to find a suitable match by uploading their personal details to the Welfare & Rehabilitation Board (WARB) along with their area of expertise and place of employment. prefer.
“In an effort to assist retired CAPF and Assam Rifle personnel to find employment in private security agencies, the Home Office under the direction of the Union Home Minister Amit Shah, initiated ‘CAPF Punarvaas’, through the Welfare & Rehabilitation Board (WARB),” the MHA said in an official statement.
The MHA also operates a portal under the Private Security Agencies Regulation Act (PSARA) for the registration of Private Security Agencies (PSAs).
The two websites are now interconnected so that the database of retired CAPF staff, who applied on “CAPF Punarvaas”, can be accessed by PSAs through the PSARA website, resulting in a single platform for job seekers and job providers, the MHA said. With the increase in the number of commercial establishments requiring security services, there has been a substantial growth in PSAs, thus increasing the need for security personnel, he added. The initiative is a step towards the well-being of CAPF staff and will go a long way towards meeting their rehabilitation needs, the MHA said.