Indian Police

Police recruitment for Teachers in Jammu.

Jammu
BA,BEd,BSc
Last Date to Apply: 15-02-2019
Teachers - Job Details Date of Posting: 07-02-2019
Post Graduate Teacher recruitment in Jammu and Kashmir Police


Post Graduate Teacher/ 3 Posts

Qualification:

Subject: Physics (01 Post) Maths (01 Post) Chemistry (01 Post)

Required Qualification: Masters degree in concerned subject with 50% marks and B.Ed., Knowledge of computer applications.


Trained Graduate Teacher/
3 Posts

Qualification: 

English: B.A/B.Sc , M.A/M.Sc in concerned subject with 50% marks and B.Ed., Knowledge of computer applications

Computer Science : Post Graduate Diploma in computer applications with minimum 50% Marks from recognized University. OR M.Sc. (Computer Science)/Post graduate Degree in Concerned Subject from recognized University.

Sports: Graduate with 50% marks and BP.Ed., MP.Ed. from recognized University and knowledge of Computer application

Primary Teacher/3 Posts 

Qualification in Details:1. Subject: English (01) Post Hindi (01) Post Maths (01) Post

Qualification: Graduate in concerned subject with 50% marks from recognized University and B.Ed., Knowledge of Computer application.

Note: Preference will be given for TGTs/PRTs Posts to CTET qualified/ experienced candidates who have at least three years experience of CBSC Schools.

Age Limit : Maximum age limit is 35 Years

Application Fee: Application forms can be obtained from the office of the Principal J&K Police Public School, Miran Sahib Jammu from 0900 Hrs to 1200 Hrs on cash payment of Rs.200.

Selection Procedure: Selection Will be Based either Written Exam/Interview


How To Apply For Post Graduate Teacher recruitment in Jammu and Kashmir Police

Last Date for submission of application form is 15th of Feb-2019 before 1300 Hrs. to the office of Principal J&K Police Public School, Miran Sahib Jammu ( Accompanied by Self attested copies of credentials and no application form will be accepted without copies of credentials). 

About Indian Police

In the good old times, the Police, as per Sir Walter Lawrence, constituted of 1000 village watchmen or “Chowkidars” who were known for their vigilant and inquisitorial abilities. They were mostly drawn from the “Doom” caste of the population known for their excellent detection and transmission of intelligence. It was in the year 1873 AD that formal Police force came into existence with one Police officer Known as Kotwal and 14 Thanedars for Srinagar City. This nuclear force would control crime and take care of Law and order situations with help of Chowkidars and “Harkars”, who were paid by the population out of their annual agricultural produce on a voluntary basis.