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- 2446Police Sub Inspector and Other Posts
- Bachelor’s Degree
- 40Armed Reserve Sub-Inspector of Police
- 150Constable (Sports Quota)
- 10th pass
- 135Assistant Commandant (GD)
- 2000UDA-cum - Accountant, Stenographer, Lower Division Assistant and Other
- 8th/ 12th/ Graduation
- 38Police Constable - Brass Band and Police Orchestra
- Matriculation/ 12th pass/ Diploma
- 3000Excise Constable
- Madhyamik Examination
- 39Commandant, Deputy and Assistant Commandant
- 662Jailor and Warder
- 10th pass/ Bachelor Degree
- 816Warder and Female Warder
- Madhyamik Examination
Police Jobs – Latest Police Department Recruitment
The Police service of India is the supreme law enforcing organization of the country. It is tasked with maintaining peace and order along with the prevention and detection of crime. Till 1948, it was renowned as Indian Imperial Police and at present falls under the Ministry of Home Affairs. It is the one of the most honorary and prestigious jobs under the civil services. A career in Indian Police holds huge growth prospects for courageous and dedicated candidates. The rapid increase in crime and the resulting security-conscious society has augmented the demand for police jobs in India and across the world. It has opened a lot of opportunities for those who are ready to serve the country as the police force.
Serving the nation is not only a matter of pride, but also brings a sense of satisfaction of doing something for the humanity and thus a job in the Police is of that kind. The Indian Police and its subsequent branches uphold the major responsibility of maintaining peace, law and order in the country through various aspects and the candidates aspiring for a career in it have to be courageous and dedicated along with a minimum qualification of 10+2. Our page displays the current openings, related to the field along with other necessary details. Find Police Jobs and Latest Police Department Recruitment notifications here.
How to Become a Police Officer?
The rising rate of crime, terrorism, corruption and the urgent need for controlling it, has led to a high requirement for the inclusion of talented and aspiring candidates in its various departments to serve the countrymen. The police personnels are tasked with several responsibilities, including prevention of crime, maintaining of peace & order, detection & investigation, border & railway policing, VIP security, counter terrorism, drug trafficking & smuggling, disaster management, protection of environment & bio-diversity. Several intelligence and other law enforcing agencies are the Intelligence Bureau (IB), Research & Analysis Wing (RAW), Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Indian Federal Law Enforcement Agencies, Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Armed Police Forces, etc. The candidates aspiring to be a part of these prestigious services need to be courageous, dedicated, upright, professional, possess a sense of service towards the nation and most important of all, they should themselves be strict followers of law and order.
It is true that the job opportunities in police or law enforcement department of India are vast. You can pursue a career in the capacity of a police inspector as a non-gazetted officer or Constable, Clerk, Stenographer, Driver, IPS Officer, Sub-Inspector and Deputy Superintendent. For non-gazetted officers the various positions are Inspector of Police, Assistant SI of Police and Sub-Inspector of Police. However, gazetted police officer can look for promotions as Additional Commissioner of Police, Deputy Commissioner, Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Special Commissioner of Police, Commissioner of Police and Joint Commissioner.
The ranks of the officials in the decreasing order are the Director General of Police, Additional Director General of Police, Inspector General of Police (IGP), Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG), Superintendent of Police (S.P), Additional Superintendent of Police, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Inspector of Police, Sub Inspector of Police (S.I), Assistant Sub Inspector of Police (ASI), Head Constable and Constable. The state police services do recruitment at the level of independent states. The candidates who are looking for recruitment in a particular state police service can go through the individual state recruitment details like Andhra Pradesh Police Recruitment, Delhi, Kolkata, Madhya Pradesh (MP) Police Recruitment, Punjab Police Recruitment, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh (UP) Police Recruitment and Other State Recruitments.
Police Exam – Law Enforcement Sector Entry
Are you interested in appearing for the upcoming Police recruitment exams and is looking for their notifications and other details? If yes, then you have come up at the correct page. Under the Indian Government, the police forces and their respective departments form one of the largest organizations which has been mostly looked after by the aspirants for the as a means to serve their nation and live a life of respect and honour. The opportunities in this sector are endless and has something in store for almost every level of qualification, starting from 10th class to graduates and post graduates. Check out the Latest Police Exam – Get Quick Law Enforcement Sector Entry Notifications on all Latest and Upcoming Job Openings. Interested candidates searching for a daily job opening alerts can check this page regularly.
There are two ways of getting into Indian Police Services (IPS) – (i) Passing All India Civil Services Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (ii) Promotion from state cadre police service. A candidate recruited in the IPS has to undergo a tough schedule of police training at the academy, and within 4 to 5 years one can expect to be the Superintendent or Deputy Commissioner. Please note the IPS Officers, in due course of service and after hard work may expect to rise to the levels of Director General of Police in a State or DG of any other Central para-military force. Apart from this various other state-level competitive exams held for the recruitment of Constables and Sub-Inspectors. Those who clear the written exam further put into medical, PST, PET round for final selection.
Every year multitude of job openings are released under various police departments at central and state level and for Police Vacancies, special exams are conducted for the posts of the Inspector, Sub Inspector, Superintendent, ASP, IPS, Constable and several others. Some of these prominent exams are Central Police Forces Assistant Commandants Exam, Central Police Organization Sub Inspectors Exam, ASI/ Steno Exam by ITBP, etc. The candidates who are longing for a recruitment in this special and prominent sector must go for it with hands on preparation for the written test, physical efficiency test/ skills test, medical test and personal interview. The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts a Civil Service Examination and IPS Limited Competitive Examination for hiring personnels for the higher and prestigious posts in the Indian Police. Besides UPSC, SSC also conducts a Central Police Organization’s (Sub-Inspectors) Examination for the recruitment of police personnels.
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