Delhi police Recruitment 2013: Delhi police has invited eligible female candidates for filling up 1434 rojgar samachar for Women Constable posts.Candidates who are interested in Delhi police recruitment temporary constable 2013 they must send Delhi Police Application form with all mandatory details. Other details about recruitment of temporary constable (executive) female in Delhi police – 2013 given below.
Vacancy DetailsName of post:Recruitment of lady constable in Delhi police-2013
OBC total vacancies: 380 posts
SC total vacancies: 197 posts
ST total vacancies: 109 posts
UR total vacancies: 748 posts
No of posts:1434 posts
Location of Posting:Job in Delhi police
Job EligibilityQualification:Candidates who want to apply against Job in Delhi Police they must have passed in 10+2 examination or equivalent from recognized University.
Age Limit- Applicants age must be between 18-25 years. Relaxation in age will be applied according to the government rules.
Selection process:Candidates will be selected on the basis of performance in the Interview, written test, Physical Efficiency Test, Medical examination.
How To ApplyCandidates who want to apply for 1434 posts of Delhi Police recruitment they must download Delhi Police application form from www.delhipolice.nic.in Fill form with all mandatory details in appropriate manner.this notification also publish on the job highlight of employment new /rojgar samachar dtd 11-17 May 2013.
Important Dates And Important LinksLast Date To Apply:Not yet released
Link here to download rojgar samachar notification :
Commissioner of Police, Post Box Number : 171 G.P.O.,
About The OrganizationDelhi 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. 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 .