Tripura Police Jobs for Government Constable / Driver Men in Agartala
Post Name : Constable (Driver) Men, Gr-III No of Vacancy : 47 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 5700-24000/- Grade Pay : Rs. 2100/- Educational Qualification : Candidates should have passed class VIII (for STs) & assed Madhyamic or equivalent examination for other candidates. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 18 to 25 years (as on 01.01.2016) Age Relaxation : For SC/ST Candidates : 5 years For Graduate Candidates : 2 years Job Location : Agartala (Tripura) Selection Process : Selection will be based on Endurance Test, Practical Test, Written Test & Viva-Voice Test. How to Apply Tripura Police Vacancy : Interested Candidates may appear in prescribed application form along with attested copies of relevant documents, three copies of recent passport size photographs & experience certificate at the time of Interview. Venue Of Interview : HQr, 2nd Bn TSR, R.K. Nagar, West Tripura.
Candidates should have passed class VIII (for STs) & assed Madhyamic or equivalent examination for other candidates.
Looking for 10th graduates profile.
2016-04-29 to 2017-04-29
About Tripura police
The chronicle of Police system during the ancient regime of Tripura kings, prior to the advent of Muslim rule in Bengal, is still obscure. The glimpses of information available in coins, inscriptions and temple are scanty and limited. The Rajmala and other historical literatures also could not give the clear account of police system in the princely state of Tripura. However, there existed a concept of indigenous police agency in each hill tribes, based on their respective self governing institutions according to their primitive social customs and procedure that migrated to this land in successive waves from various uplands. Thus, the tribes had the freedom of their self administration and their relation with the then monarchy was mostly confined to collection of taxes and periodical nazaranas. The system of the then administration was feudal in nature and there was no chain of official hierarchical command. The king was all in all. There was no separate agency in the name of Police for maintaining law & order. The early kings depended on the military for internal administration, suppression of any rebellion by the chieftains and war as well as conquest.
Raja Ratna Manikya was considered to be the first king of Tripura who brought a considerable reform in the administration as well as in the indigenous police system in the line of Muslim administrative system of Bengal during his regime. The Nawab of Bengal said to have conferred the title of Manikya on him. He brought three experienced Bengalis with him to Tripura who helped in establishing administrative system in Muslim pattern. Some hierarchical posts were created to run the administration. The plain Tripura, then known as Tipperah, and adjacent areas were under the direct administration of the King and the distant regions were ruled through regional administrators, known as