Rajasthan Police Jobs for Government Constable in Jaipur
Post Name : Constable No. of Vacancy : 772 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs. 2400/- Category Wise Vacancies : Constable TSP Area : 472 Posts Constable Saharia Tribal : 202 Posts Constable Driver TSP Area : 48 Posts Constable Driver Saharia Tribal : 20 Posts Educational Qualification : Matriculation/ 10th class pass or equivalent from a recognized Board, or university recognized OR 8th class pass or equivalent from a recognized Board. Age Limit : As on 01.01.2016 For Constable (General) : General : 01.01.1998 between 01.01.93 for Male & 02.01.88 for Female SC/ST/OBC/ABC Group : 01.01.1998 between 02.01.88 for Male & 02.01.83 for Female For Constable Driver : General : 01.01.1998 between 02.01.90 for Male & 02.01.85 for Female SC/ST/OBC/ABC Group : 01.01.1998 between 02.01.85 for Male & 02.01.80 for Female Job Location : Rajasthan Selection Process : Selection will be made on Written Test & Physical Standards Test. Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs. 30/- through e-kiosk OR Common Service Centre. How to Apply Rajasthan Police Vacancy: Interested candidates may apply Online through the website www.exampolice.rajasthan.gov.in on from 01.03.2016 to 31.03.2016.
Matriculation/ 10th class pass or equivalent from a recognized Board, or university recognized OR 8th class pass or equivalent from a recognized Board.
Looking for 10th graduates profile.
2016-02-19 to 2016-03-29
About Rajasthan police
With the advent of independence in August 1947, the 563 princely States of India were gradually integrated into different administrative homogeneous units. The State of Rajasthan, in its present form came into being in different stages. The Matsya union comprising Alwar, Bharatpur, Dholpur and Karauli were the first to be ushered in on March 18, 1948. They were joined a week later by Banswara, Bundi, Dungarpur, Jhalawar, Kishangarh, Kushalgarh, Kota, Pratapgarh, Shahpura, Tonk and Udaipur. Exactly a year later, the four larger States viz. Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner and Jaisalmer also joined in. Together they formed the Greater Rajasthan, which was inaugurated by Home Minister of India Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel on 31st March, 1949. Though the process had started immediately after independence, it was not until 1956 that all the States came together to form the present Rajasthan.
The erstwhile princely States constituting Rajasthan varied considerably in size, population, revenue resources, administrative procedures and practices. This was duly reflected in the composition and capability of security forces they had maintained for law and order functions. However, with the merger of these States, their police forces were amalgamated into a single police force, which was known as Rajasthan Police.
In the intial years after its inception, the Rajasthan Police was headed by officers on deputation and the first Inspector General of Police was Shri R.Banerji, who took over on 7th April, 1949. Shri Banerji held this post for seven months and devoted most of that period to the necessary preliminaries of integration of the various police forces. He chalked out a common police code for the United State of Rajasthan in the Rajasthan Police Regulations.
The Rajasthan Police Service was formed in January 1951 and eligible officers from all over the State were appointed. This marked the beginning of Rajasthan Police as we know it today.