Q. Who conducts police recruitment exams?
Ans: Police departments come under the home ministry of respective states, hence, each state has its own police recruitment authority, they conduct police recruitment exams for various posts. However, there are few deviations from this rule. Delhi police comes under the Home Ministry of Central government as Delhi is not recognised as a full state, hence, the exam is conducted by central agencies like SSC.
Q. How can I apply for Police recruitments?
Ans: Candidates can apply for police recruitment in various states if they meet the eligibility criteria. Each state has its own police recruitment website, candidates need to check the websites for relevant updates.
Q. Is police recruitment for states conducted online or offline?
Ans. It depends upon the recruitment body of the concerned state, in many states police recruitment is held online and in some states, the recruitment is conducted offline.
Q. What are the stages of police recruitment?
Ans: Depending upon the level of police recruitment, stages may vary across the states. In most of the cases, there are written examination followed by physical standard test and medical examination.
Q. What are the perks of police jobs?
Ans: It is a government job or Sarkari exam that ensures job security and stability, police jobs attach good salary along with various other allowances, police personnel are entitled to avail free government accommodation and vehicles as per the level of their employment
Q. Is being graduation mandatory for police jobs?
Ans: Graduation is mandatory for SI or ASI posts, while for constable or other posts graduation is not mandatory.
Q. What is the salary for a sub-inspector?
Ans: Salary structure for Sub inspectors are different for different states, it ranges between Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000 per month.
Q. How can I become an SI in police?
Ans: To become a sub-inspector, candidates must apply for SI Examination first. This exam is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission or state police recruitment board.
Q. Is joining a police force a good career choice?
Ans: The career growth trajectory is satisfactory in all police jobs, an employee joining as constable or home guard can be promoted to SI or ASI in the very short time of his/her service.
Q. What is the syllabus for Police Recruitment?
Ans: The syllabus for police recruitment comprises Arithmetic, English, Reasoning, social awareness, awareness of local government and history, law and order etc.
Q. What comprises the PET/PST in various Police recruitment?
Ans: PET/PST in various police recruitments comprises long jump, high jump, shot put, race, etc.