Delhi Police Jobs for Gov Executive Constables in Delhi
Post Name : Constables (Executive) Male No of Vacancy : 33 Posts Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs. 2000/- Post Name : Constables (Executive) Female No of Vacancy : 17 Posts Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs. 2000/- Educational Qualification : 10+2 (Senior secondary) pass from a recognized Board. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : As on 01.01.2015 For Male Candidates : 18 to 26 years For Female Candidates : 18 to 30 years Selection Process : Selection will be based on Physical Endurance, Measurement Test & Written Test. How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with pasted the recent the passport size (3.5 cm X 4.5 cm) photograph and self attested copies of relevant certificates, self addressed envelope (in English only) send By post to PO Box No. 58, Chumukedima Post Office, Chumkedima, Pin 797103 on or before 09.11.2015.
10+2 (Senior secondary) pass from a recognized Board.
Looking for 10th , 12th graduates profile.
2015-10-14 to 2015-11-09
About Delhi police
Delhi has a long history of policing through the famed institution of the Kotwal. Malikul Umara Faqruddin is said to be the first Kotwal of Delhi. He became the Kotwal at the age of 40 in 1237 A.D. and was also simultaneously appointed as the Naibe-Ghibat (Regent in absence). Because of his integrity and sagacity he had a very long tenure, holding the post through the reigions of three Sultans Balban, Kaikobad and Kaikhusrau. On one occasion when some Turkish nobles had approached him to secure the withdrawal of Balbans order. confiscating their estates, the Kotwal is recorded to have said, "My words will carry no weight if I accept any bribe from you. It is presumed that the Kotwal, or Police Head quarters was then located at Qila Rai Pithora or todays Mehrauli.
Another Kotwal mentioned in history books is Malik Alaul Mulk, who was appointed by Sultan Allauddin Khilji in 1297 AD. Sultan Alauddin Khilji once said of him, "He deserves the Wizarat (Prime Ministership) but I have appointed him only the Kotwal of Delhi on account of his incapacitating corpulence.
When Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi, in 1648, he appointed Ghaznafar Khan as the first Kotwal of the new city, bestowing on him also the very important office of Mir-i-Atish (Chief of Artillery).
The institution of Kotwal came to an end with the crushing of the revolt of 1857, the first war of freedom by the British and, interestingly, the last Kotwal of Delhi, appointed just before the eruption of the first war of freedom, was Gangadhar Nehru, father of Pandit Motilal Nehru and grand father of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Indias first Prime Minister .