Himachal Pradesh Police Jobs for Government For Male Female Constables in Shimla
Himachal Pradesh Police
Post Name : Constables No of Vacancy : 1500 Posts (1200 for Male) & (300 for Female) Pay Scale : Rs. 5910-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs. 1900/- Educational Qualification : 12th pass Nationality : Indian Age Relaxation : For SC/ST/OBC Candidates : 2 years Job Location : Himachal Pradesh Selection Process : Selection will be made on Physical & Other Standard, physical efficiency test (PET), Written Examination, Personality Test, Medical Examination & Verification of Character & antecedent. Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs.120/- for General Category & Rs.30/- for SC/ ST/ OBC/ IRDP in the form of Bank Draft or I.P.Os to be drawn in favour of district Superintendent of Police concerned. How to Apply Himachal Pradesh Police Vacancy : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with photocopies of relevant documents & application fee send to the Office of the district Superintendent of Police concerned in H.P. on or before 15.03.2016.
Candidate Should Be Fresher Also Apply 12th pass
Looking for 10th graduates profile.
2016-02-22 to 2017-02-22
About Himachal pradesh police
Himachal Pradesh as political entity came into existence on 15th April, 1948. It was constituted by integrating the princely States of Chamba, Mandi, Suket, Sirmaur and 26 smaller states known as the Punjab Hill States. Subsequently, in 1954 Bilaspur, which was then a part "C" State, was also merged with Himachal Pradesh. In 1960 District Kinnaur was carved out of District Mahsu which was earlier constituted by merging 27 hill states.
After the re-organization of Punjab in 1966, Shimla, Kangra, Kullu, Lahaul & Spiti Districts, Una Tehsil of Hoshiarpur District and Nalagarh Tehsil of Ambala District were also merged with the Union Territory of Himachal Pradesh. In 1972 Districts of Kangra and Mahasu were reorganized. District Kangra was trifurcated and Una and Hamirpur Tehsils were made into separate Districts. Some areas of Mahasu District were merged with Shimla District while the others formed the new District of Solan.
In 1948, states like Mandi, Chamba, Sirmaur, Suket and Bilaspur had their regular Police forces. Other smaller states had a common Police Force. The Rulers of Punjab Hill States, with the exception of Sirmaur and Bilaspur, realized the advantage of establishing a common system of Policing in their States. The system was adopted as an experiment for three years from 1st April, 1943. This was, in the true sense, the beginning of Himachal Pradesh Police. For proper administration of the scheme, an Executive Committee, consisting of 5 members was constituted. Four members of this committee were elected by the Rulers from amongst themselves. The 5th member was nominated by the Political Agent of the Punjab Hill States to represent such states which may be under his direct administration due to minority of the Rulers or for other reasons. The Committee elected one of them as its chairman.
In order to ensure proper administration of Police work, an officer of the status of Supdt. of Police in British India was appointed. He had the authority to exercise general supervision over the Police Cadre in these States.
In 1948, after the constitution of the Union Territory, efforts were made to stream line the Police force in the State to bring it at par with other forces of the India Union. The Police force drawn from different States having varying backgrounds and traditions were amalgamated to form the H.P. Police.