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Delhi police Recruitment 554 Head Constable(Ministrial).

    After a long time, Delhi Police has published employment notification for Head Constable(Clerk) vacancy. That candidate who is interested in this recruitment, they can check the eligibility criteria to participate. A short job specification and official advertisement are provided to clarify. And also online application submission sources provided.  

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    Job Location New Delhi
    Last Date of Application submission 13th November 2019
    No of Vacancy 554 Head Constable
    This is direct recruitment through Delhi Police Examination, 2019. All the vacancies will be filled with temporary Head Constable(Group 'C'). Male and Female both candidates can participate by filling up its eligibility.
    Important Information
    Salary: Rs25500 to 81100 per month.
    Age Limit: 18 to 25 years as on 1st July 2019. Upper age shall be relaxable for reserved candidates as below.
    ♦ OBC 03 year, ♣ SC/ST 05 Years.
    Charges: ♦Gen/OBC/EWS→Rs 100 ♦SC/ST/PWbD/Ex-Servicemen→ Rs Nil
    Vacancy Details
    Male  ♦  Gen/UR 174 ♦ EWS 37 ♦ OBC 186 ♦ SC 56 ♦ ST 53 Total → 372
    Female  ♦  Gen/UR 69 ♦ EWS 18 ♦ OBC 42 ♦ SC 27 ♦ ST 26 Total → 182
    There are 554 total Head Constable Group 'C' will be recruited.
    Educational Qualification
    The participant should be qualified 10+2 exam passed and having 30WPM English or 25 WPM Hindi typing ability.
    Selection Procedure
    The Delhi Police will select candidates through the online objective test, Physical Test and Typing Test. For more details, you can read the official advertisement.
    Important Links
    Advertisement of Delhi Police Recruitment
    To apply online
    If you need more latest job notification then you can also check some of below job alert to participate. All-State Police Recruitment You can check all Indian Police recruitment details including ITBP, SSB and some others. All-State PSC Jobs. This is for recruitment pages for all PSC of all states and UPSC.

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