Punjab Police Jobs for Government Constables Vacancies in Ludhiana
Post Name : Constables (Male) No. of Vacancy : 33 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 10300-34800/- Grade Pay : Rs. 3200/- Educational Qualification : Candidates should possess 10+2 or its equivalent from a recognized Education Board/University. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 18 to 28 years (as on 01.01.2016) Age Relaxation : For SC/ST/BC Candidates : 5 years For Ex-Servicemen : 3 years Job Location : Punjab Selection Process : Selection will be made on SAT, PST, Physical Measurement Test (PMT) & Education Merit. Application Fee : Candidates belonging to General have to pay Rs. 400/- & Rs. 100/- for SC/ST/BC candidates through Net Banking, Credit/Debit Card or Challan. Ex-Servicemen are exempted from the payment of application fee. How to Apply Punjab Police Vacancy : Interested candidates may apply Online through the website http://www.punjabpolicerecruitment.in from 29.09.2016 to 19.10.2016.
Candidates should possess 10+2 or its equivalent from a recognized Education Board/University.
Looking for 10th , 12th graduates profile.
2016-10-04 to 2017-10-04
About Punjab police
Punjab Police has had an extremely proud history and the legend of keeping duty before self. Even before Independence, Punjab Police had a name in the country for effective policing and this has been continuously improving through the personal examples of its leadership supported by great traditions, discipline, and highly professional attitude.
The emergence of Punjab Police as a separate organization is a post 1861 development, which took place after the British annexation of Punjab in 1849. In about 150 years of its existence, the police force in the state has faced many difficult phases. The onus of handling law and order has always been a challenge before the police mainly because of the inherent martial traditions prevailing in the state.
Since then, the police force in the state has come a long way. Whether it was the handling of hyper-sensitive mass migration of millions during partition of India and Pakistan, or to control the dacoity menace in the fifties, or the naxalite violence in the sixties/seventies, Punjab Police has come out as a winner. Porosity of a thickly-populated unnatural land border with Pakistan and extremely inhospitable, barren hill borders with China in Ladakh and Kashmir were manned by Punjab Armed Police Battalions till mid-sixties, till the Border Security Force came into being. Those gallant men on the border faced the brunt of foreign armed aggression in 1962 and 1965. In the recent years, the Punjab Police has successfully suppressed the gory face of terrorism in Punjab, in which nearly 20,000 people lost their lives during 1981-1994. Now, modern communication equipment, state-of-the-art information systems, well-equipped scientific labs, more responsive police personnel, are among the constituents of the Punjab Police.