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Job opportunity in Delhi Police: to recruit 104 OBC constables

Recruitment of Hindi translator (civilian), head constable (store clerk), constable (bugler), constable (brass band), constable (pipe band), constable (mounted) & constable (driver) in Delhi Police-2009.

Constable(Brass Band) – 10 (OBC) - PB-1 Rs.5200-20200/- +Grade Pay Rs.2000/- (Pay Scale)

Constable (Pipe Band) – 01 (OBC) - PB-1 Rs.5200-20200/- +Grade Pay Rs.2000/- (Pay Scale)


Constable (Mounted) – 11 (OBC) - PB-1 Rs.5200-20200/- +Grade Pay Rs.2000/- (Pay Scale)

Constable (Driver) – 104 (OBC) - PB-1 Rs.5200-20200/- +Grade Pay Rs.2000/- (Pay Scale)

CONSTABLE (BUGLER), CONSTABLE (BRASS BAND) & (PIPE BAND)


Age

Between 18 to 21 years as on 01.01.2009, relaxable upto :-
i) 24 years for OBC
ii) 26 years for SC/ST
iii) The sportsmen of distinction, who have represented a state or the country at the national or international levels in Sports & Athletics will be eligible as per rules.
iv) Upto 25 years to the wards of Delhi Police personnel.
Ex-Servicemen, as per rules

Physical Standard

Height:
170 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-
i) residents of hill areas
ii) ST candidates
iii) Ward of police personnel.

Chest :
81cms to 85 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-
i) residents of hill areas
ii) ST candidates
iii)Ward of police personnel.

CONSTABLE (MOUNTED)

Age

Between 18 to 21 years as on 01.01.2009, relaxable upto :-
i) 24 years for OBC
ii) 26 years for SC.
iii) The sportsmen of distinction, who have represented a state or the country at the national or international levels in Sports & Athletics will be eligible as per rules.
iv) Upto 25 years to the wards of Delhi Police personnel.
v) Ex-Servicemen, as per rules.

Educational Qualification and Professional Attainments

i) Matric/Hr. Sec./ 10th of 10+2 pattern (Passed from a recognized Board).

Relaxable upto 9th pass for sons of serving/ deceased/retired police personnel including category Group ‘D’ employees of Delhi Police.

Physical Standard

Height:
170 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-
i) residents of hill areas
ii) Ward of police personnel

Chest :
81cms to 85 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-
i) residents of hill areas
Ward of police personnel

CONSTABLE (DRIVER)

Age

Between 21 to 30 years as on 01.01.2009, relaxable upto :-
i) 33 years for OBC
ii) 35 years for SC/ST & departmental candidates.
iii) Ex-Servicemen, as per rules.

Educational Qualification and Professional Attainments

i) Matric (10th Pass) or equivalent form a recognized Board.
ii) Should be able to drive heavy vehicles with confidence.
iii) Current driving licence for heavy motor vehicles.
iv) Should possesses knowledge of maintenance of vehicles.

Physical Standard
Height:
170 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-
i) residents of hill areas
ii) ST candidates.

Chest :
81cms to 85 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-

i) residents of hill areas
ii) ST candidates.

Directions


Candidates seeking relaxation in height and chest will have to produce relevant original documents at the time of physical measurement.


Candidates belonging to OBC category of area other than Delhi shall have to produce OBC certificate on the prescribed format required for appointment to posts under the Govt. of India.

For more information, visit Delhi Police Recruitment

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