Excise Constable (including Lady Excise Constables) recruiting 3000 job vacancies in West Bengal Police
Minimum Educational Qualification : The applicant must have passed Madhyamik Examination from the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent having Bengali/ Nepali as a language paper of or above the Madhyamik level.
No. of Vacancies : 3000
Pay Scale : Rs. 5,400 - 25,200/
Age : 18 - 27 as on 01/01/2019.
Fee : All categories except Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (of West Bengal only)-Rs. 220
Method Of Recruitment :-
A. Preliminary Written Test (Full Marks - 100) : -
Applicants provisionally considered eligible will have to appear in an MCQ based preliminary written test which is qualifying in nature. There would be 100 objective type questions having multiple choice (four choices) of answers carrying equal marks each. The duration of this test will be 1(one) hour. The competence of a candidate in Bengali/ Nepali will also be tested at this test. Questions for Preliminary Written Test except those meant for Bengali/ Nepali language will be set in three languages (Bengali, Nepali & English).
B. Physical Measurement Test (PMT) :- The physical standards (height and weight) of the candidates who will qualify in the Preliminary Written Test will be tested by using Electronic Machines following criteria mentioned under 3E.
Physical Efficiency Test (PET) :- Candidates who qualify in PMT will be allowed to take part in PET as given under 3F.
How To Apply For Excise Constable (including Lady Excise Constables) recruiting 3000 job vacancies in West Bengal Police
Application window for submitting application through on-line or downloading of off-line application form with printed challan of United Bank of India/India Post will remain operative for the period from 11.03.2019 to 10.04.2019 (5 P.M.). However the last date of depositing Application and/or Processing Fees only in respect of on-line applicants using United Bank of India challan, will be 12.04.2019.
About Indian Police
The history of the present structure of policing in Kolkata goes back to the colonial times, when the city was known as 'Calcutta', and was a fledging settlement of the British East India Company. Kolkata (Calcutta) is regarded to have been founded by an English Merchant Job Charnock, but this has no authentic corroboration.