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Friday, 11 January 2013

Recruitment of Constable in Delhi Police-2013

job in Delhi policeRecruitment of Temporary Constable (Executive) male and Constable (Dog Handler) Male in Delhi Police - 2013.Applications from Indian nationals are invited to fill up following vacancies in the following category. Recruitment will be held at Delhi for which candidates fulfilling conditions will be considered .interested candidates can apply for job in Delhi before 28  feb 2013.

Name of post:Recruitment in Delhi Police-2013 
Constable (Executive) Male : 1045 posts (UR-523, OBC-284, SC-159, ST-79)
Constable (Dog Handler) Male : 43 posts (UR-21, OBC-12, SC-6, ST-4)
No of posts: 1087Posts
Location of Posting:Delhi
Job Eligibility (education, age):Age : 18-21 years as on 01/01/2013, relaxation in age for reserved categories as per rules. Qualification :  10+2 (Senior Secondary), 11th pass for Constable (Bandsmen), (Buglers), (Mounted) , (Drivers) (Dispatch Riders) etc. of Delhi Police and sons of either serving, retired or deceased Delhi Police personnel/ Multi-Tasking Staff of Delhi Police. Physical : Height : 170 cm., relaxable by 5 cm for hill people and ST candidates, Chest : 81-85 cm, relaxable by 5 cm for resident of hill and ST candidates.
Salary:Rs. 5200-20200 Grade Pay Rs.2000/-
Application fee: Rs.100/- in the form of Bank DD/ Banker's Cheque drawn in favour of DCP/ Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Delhi. No fee from SC/ST/Ex-SM candidates.
Application in the prescribed format along with the requisite fee should be send the Post Box No. 8020, Delhi - 110033
Important Dates:28-02-2013
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Address:
Delhi Police 
Post Box no. 8020,
Delhi 110033
Delhi has a long history of policing through the famed institution of the Kotwal. Malikul Umara Faqruddin is said to be the first Kotwal of Delhi. He became the Kotwal at the age of 40 in 1237 A.D. and was also simultaneously appointed as the Naibe-Ghibat (Regent in absence). Because of his integrity and sagacity he had a very long tenure, holding the post through the reigions of three Sultans Balban, Kaikobad and Kaikhusrau. On one occasion when some Turkish nobles had approached him to secure the withdrawal of Balban's order. confiscating their estates, the Kotwal is recorded to have said, "My words will carry no weight if I accept any bribe from you. It is presumed that the Kotwal, or Police Head quarters was then located at Qila Rai Pithora or today's Mehrauli.Another Kotwal mentioned in history books is Malik Alaul Mulk, who was appointed by Sultan Allauddin Khilji in 1297 AD. Sultan Alauddin Khilji once said of him, "He deserves the Wizarat (Prime Ministership) but I have appointed him only the Kotwal of Delhi on account of' his incapacitating corpulence."When Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi, in 1648, he appointed Ghaznafar Khan as the first Kotwal of the new city, bestowing on him also the very important office of Mir-i-Atish (Chief of Artillery).The institution of Kotwal came to an end with the crushing of the revolt of 1857, the first war of freedom by the British and, interestingly, the last Kotwal of Delhi, appointed just before the eruption of the first war of freedom, was Gangadhar Nehru, father of Pandit Motilal Nehru and grand father of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister.

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  1. Because of his integrity and sagacity he had a very long tenure, holding the post through the reigions of three Sultans Balban, Kaikobad and Kaikhusrau. On one occasion when some Turkish nobles had approached him to secure the withdrawal of Balban's order. confiscating their estates, the Kotwal is recorded to have said

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