Arunachal Pradesh Police Recruitment 2017
Arunachal Pradesh Police invites application for the post of 897 Constable (Civil Police) (Band/Bugler). Apply before 30 September 2017.
- Post Name : Constable (Civil Police) (Band/Bugler)
- No. of Vacancy : 897 Posts
- Pay Scale : Rs. 21700-69100/-
Arunachal Pradesh Police Recruitment :
- Educational Qualification : Candidates must be Class -X passed for General candidates from recognized government institution/ Board.
- Nationality : Indian
- Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum age limit is 17 to 21 years Constable GD & 18 to 22 years Constable Band/Bugler as on 01.01.2017
- Age Relaxation : 5 years (for APST Candidates)
Job Location : Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh)
Selection Process : Candidates will be selected based on Scrutiny of Documents, Physical Standard test, Physical Efficiency Test, Written Examination, Trade Test, Interview, Merit List, Medical examination/ character & antecedent verification.
Application Fee : Candidates belonging to General have to pay Rs. 40/- & Rs. 10/- for APST Candidates through Treasury Challan in favour of Assistant Inspector General of Police (E), PHQ, Itanagar under head of account “0055” Police.
How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with attested copies of relevant documents, self attested four recent passport size photograph & treasury challan send to their respective SP Office for APST Candidates & for General Candidates The Asstt. Inspector General of Police (E), Police Head-Quarters, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, PIN-791113 on or before 30.09.2017.
About Us Having been constituted only in 1972, Arunachal Pradesh Police remains one of the youngest police services of the country. There are several historical factors for this delayed constitution of the force. Being an integral arm of the law & order administration in the state, it had to follow the prevailing norms, which in the shape of customary laws, were very rightly, given a position of preeminence. In fact, the whole philosophy of administration in this area, in the words(957) of our first Prime Minister, was summed up as