The foremost responsibility of policemen is to serve and protect the people of the nation. Jobs in Defence are challenging and respected jobs. In our country, Police Departments of different states like Punjab, Jammu, and Kashmir, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Delhi recruit a number of candidates. Every year State Police Departments and Armed Police Forces release ample job notifications for those who have a keen desire to serve the country. Tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment Board, Rajasthan Police, Arunachal Pradesh Police, Odisha Police, Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board, Chhattisgarh Police, Central Reserve Police Force, Sikkim Police, Assam Police, West Bengal Police, Bihar Police Subordinate Services Commission, etc. are some of the top recruiters for police recruitment.
People seeking 10th Pass Jobs, 12th Pass Jobs, Diploma/ ITI, B.E, B.Tech, Graduation Jobs have chances to work in Police Force. So, those who are looking for Police Recruitment must be aware and get notified of the Latest Police Jobs in India. Be updated with the latest job opportunities in the Police Sector and new police job notifications.
Eligibility Criteria for Police Jobs – Competitive Exams – Selection Procedure
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts GD Constable Exam every year to recruit Constables in Central Armed Police Forces and Delhi Police. Apart from this, SSC also recruits Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police through the competitive exams. The minimum educational qualification for the post of constable is 10th Pass or 12th Pass and for the post of Sub-Inspector, Graduation Degree is required. The age limit for Constable is 18 to 25 Years and the age limit for the post of Sub Inspector is 20 to 25 Years. Age relaxation is given to the candidates as per the government rules.
Besides this, every state police conduct their own exams to recruit eligible candidates for various job profiles such as Sub-Inspector, Assistant Sub-Inspector, Constable, Jail Warder, Multi Tasking Staff, Data Entry Operator, Fireman, Deputy Jailor, etc. Job seekers with good physical standards and qualifications have chances to avail the post of Sub-Inspector and Constable initially. Most of the Police Departments follow the same selection procedure for recruiting personnel i.e. Written Examination, Physical Standard Test, Physical Efficiency Test, and Medical Test. The written exam is objective in nature consisting of four main papers, namely, General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Knowledge and General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English.
Candidates qualified in Written tests will be further called for Physical Standard Tests to check their physical standards. After qualifying this round, candidates will be put through a physical efficiency test in some events such as High Jump, Long Jump, Race, etc. Furthermore, qualified candidates will go for a medical examination for final selection.
After the completion of your educational qualification, job seekers looking for Police Jobs can apply for top vacancies in India. Good Luck with your job search.
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