Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Police Jobs-Vacancy-Upcoming Exams & Admit Card


If you have a childhood dream to become a Police officer and looking for Police Jobs and searching for the Police vacancy 2019, you have to clear anyone Police Exam out of opportunities given below. 

Gateways to Join Police Jobs in India

Indian Police Department can be joined by several ways.
  1. National & State Police Service
  2. Paramilitary Forces
  3. National Security Guards (NSG)
  4. Special Protection Group

Police Jobs & Vacancy


National & State Police Service: 

Selection of Central Police Services is done by UPSC and selection of State Police is done by State Public Service Commission. Few jobs are filled by Staff Selection Commission too.

Through state PSC, you would direct become gazetted officer after your training whereas SSC jobs are non-gazetted and you would wait for 1 or 2 promotions (if you are in group B) to become a gazetted officer. SSC makes recruitments for Group B, C & D Posts.

Upcoming Exams to join National and State Police Services

UPSC 

You need to clear civil services exams to become IPS officer. Apart from clearing UPSC, a candidate of state cadre police service can also become IPS after prescribed promotion. This will be the best career opportunity.

State PSC 

State Public Service Commission is another exam to join state police jobs. Generally,  a combined competitive examination for all State Civil Services is held to fill all openings all over India.

However, in the case of Union Territory, this responsibility of filling up posts of SPS  is borne by the Union Public Service Commission. You can appear for the Civil Services Examination for Group-B Services. 

The candidates selected through State PCS are usually posted as Deputy Superintendents of Police (Deputy SP) or Asstt. Commissioner of Police (ACP). 
They may be nominated to the IPS after (8-15 years) prescribed satisfactory service.

Exam for Subordinate Police Services 

State Police Services also recruits Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI), Sub-Inspector (SI) and Inspectors of Police in a category of Subordinate Police Services.

The exam scheme differs from State to State, but the examination is similar which papers on language, General Studies and optional. Generally, these exams are known as State Subordinate Service examination.

Paramilitary Forces

Paramilitary forces is not an official term but they are used to refer to the following two forces.

  • Assam Rifles and
  • Special Frontier Force.


Earlier there were seven names under this category but in March 2011, Ministry of Home Affairs adopted a uniform nomenclature of Central Armed Police Forces forgiven five forces.

  • Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF),
  • Central Industrial Security Force (CISF),
  • Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB),
  • Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP),
  • Border Security Forces (BSF).


National Security Guards (NSG)

Special as well as Elite Force, no direct recruitment, only excellent soldiers of military or paramilitary are picked for it. Check for NSG website for age limits and physical standards required.

Special Protection Group

Commonly known as SPG and its task is to protect present and former Prime Minister and their family. No direct recruitment is done for SPG. 

Selection for operations of SPG is purely done on deputation either from the Indian Police Service (IPS), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Border Security Force (BSF) and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).

It’s a deputation post, an officer is placed for one year only and after completion of tenure of one year, the officer will be sent back to original post. The selection process is tough and can be checked from the official website.

Though we try to update all new application form notification, but readers are advised to visit official website time by time.

Don't forget to comment, the name of Police Exam in which you are appearing this year to serve the country by joining Police Jobs.



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