The ‘ASI’ had format for the ‘Assistant Sub Inspector’. This had been stood for by the professional in civil services. It falls in the category of Government of India , which means this had been managed under the Government’s eyes.
They are known in the category of Police officers , but they are defined as Non Gazetted category. The term ‘Non Gazetted’ refers to the category of class of I and II officer…Means they had no right to emerge an Government an official stamp for approval or permit.
They had occupied their position under the Sub inspector but above the Head Constable. They had value in the police forces in India. They are report-able to their seniors. They are treated as ‘Phari or GD (General diary)’ at the Investigation center.
They occupied their profession with the ‘one Star’ within their uniform. They are liable for the all small and quite based information which would of murder , traffic , accident etc. They mainly work under the ‘Deputy Superintendent of Police’.
They usually charge for the armouries and training center named the chief drill officers. They occupy the second most charged category under the Armed Police. They had been specified as entry position post in this profession. They rank this post at the officer grade and Paramilitary services.
Sometimes , these paramilitary forces don’t rank for this post.They had occupied their post over the BSF , ITBP etc. known for the border services also. They had not occupied their post over the 6th pay commission. They are specified as the in-charge over the ‘border platoon services.