Application for recruitment in Delhi Police starts
Those candidates who have been looking for a job in Delhi Police for a long time,
then Delhi Police is giving a great opportunity. Applications started from today.
Fill the form like this,
Applications for Delhi Police started, these examinations will have to be given for selection
Delhi Police has invited government job application for the post of 554 Head Constable (Clerk). The application process has started from today. Those candidates who want to apply, read the information given below.
Description of posts
Bumper recruitment has come out on the posts of Head Constable (Clerk-Clerical) in Delhi Police. The number of posts is 554. The posts are from Group C. This recruitment is for both male and female candidates. 372 men and 182 women can apply for these posts. (See notification for recruitment information.)
On the other hand, the candidates who will be selected will be entitled to pension as per the newly reconstituted defined contributory pension scheme applicable to new persons coming into the services of the Central Government from 01 January 2004.
What do you want
Candidates who have passed class 12th from any recognized institute. Along with this, English typing at the speed of 30 words per minute or Hindi typing at the speed of 25 words per minute should also come.
The minimum age limit is 18 years and the maximum limit is 25 years. At the same time, 3 years relaxation in age has been given to the candidates of OBC category. After which the candidates of 28 years can apply. At the same time, SC-ST has been given a 5-year exemption.
In such a case, those 30-year candidates can apply.
What will be the pay scale
According to the Matrix Level-4, salary for selected candidates on these posts will be given from 25500 to 81100.
How to apply
First of all, let us tell you that the process of applying has started on October 14, 2019. The application will be online. The application fee is 100 rupees. With this, SC, ST, and Divyang candidates have been given an exemption for fees.