Last Date:28 February,2019
Assam Police recruitment invite application for the post of 68 Sub Inspector (Communication). Apply Online before 28 February 2019. Assam Police Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.assampolice.gov.in
Name of the post – Sub Inspector (Communication)
No of post – 68
Pay Scale – 14000 – 49,000/-
B.Sc. (Electronics Science/ IT/ Computer Science) OR 3-year Diploma from State Polytechnic in Electronics and Tele Communication, or Electronics or Information Technology, or Instrumentation or Computer Engineering or Computer Science.
General Information:govt jobs
- Canvassing directly or indirectly shall render such candidates unfit for the post.
- No TA / DA will be admissible to candidates for the journey and stay at any stage of the recruitment process.
- The selection list confers no right to appointment unless the department is satisfied about suitability of the candidate after a thorough medical examination and such enquiry and verification as may be considered necessary before appointment to the service / post.
- Candidates have to appear in all the stages of recruitment. If a candidate is absent from any stage / event, his / her candidature will be cancelled.
- Candidature will be summarily rejected at any stage of the recruitment process, if found not conforming to the official format / having incomplete information / wrong information/incomplete requisite certificate/misrepresentation of facts / impersonation.
- The select list will remain valid for appointment from date of announcement of the result for one year or till the date of next advertisement of similar post whichever is earlier.
- On appointment, the candidate shall be governed by the Assam Police Act, 2007 (Assam Act No. XX of 2007) or as amended or substituted by relevant Assam Police Act and Rules and Orders of the Government issued from time to time.
- Selected candidates will be governed by New Pension Rule of the Govt. The selected candidates will be required to give an undertaking as per Finance (B) Department’s OM No. BW 3/2003/Pt-II/I dated 25-01-2005.
- The Chairman, SLPRB, Assam reserves the right to make changes or cancel or postpone the recruitment process on specific grounds.
- The physical tests are strenuous and candidates who are in proper medical condition only should take the tests. The SLPRB will not be liable for any injury or casualty suffered by a candidate during the tests due to any pre-existing medical condition of the candidate concerned.
- Fake documents / false information / misrepresentation of facts shall lead to rejection if detected at any stage before / after appointment and shall make the candidate liable to criminal proceeding as per existing law.
- Offering of bribe or any favour by a candidate or by any individual on behalf of any candidate is a criminal offence. Such an activity shall result in immediate disqualification of the candidature of that particular candidate.
- Candidates should mention their full / proper address with PIN Code.
- In case of any clarification, the decision of the Selection Board will be final.
- The number of posts (vacancies) are subject to change and appointment to such vacancies will be decided by the competent authority at the time of appointment, based on merit, category-wise as per the final merit list.
- The final appointment after selection is subject to satisfactory Police Verification Report and Final Medical Examination Report as per existing norms. In case Police Verification Report or Final Medical Examination Report is found unsatisfactory, the candidature of such candidates will be rejected outright.
- The rules & regulations, terms & conditions of training and afterwards will be applicable as prevalent in Assam Police Radio Organisation.
- In the event of any dispute of selection of a candidate, the decision of the SLPRB will be final and binding.
- Based on the aggregate performance of the candidates in the Written Test,Physical Test, Technical Proficiency and Extra- curricular activities, selection will be made category-wise for the post of Sub-Inspector (Communication) subject to the condition of successful completion of their character and antecedents verification and satisfactory Medical report from the competent authorities. The total numbers of finally selected candidates will be equal to the numbers of the existing vacancies advertised. No waiting list will be maintained.
- Candidates selected for the post of Sub-Inspectors (Communication), may be posted in APRO.
- On taking over the administration of Assam, after the Yandabu treaty of 1826, the British also did not immediately introduce any revolutionary changes and the army was employed in the task of maintaining law and order. Army outposts were also set up at different places for this purpose. however, the high expenditure in maintaining a large body of troops reduced the number of troops to just four regiments by 1839-40. Steps were taken to increase the armed component of the Civil Police in the province. The necessity of raising a separate force under the civil government apart from the armed civil Police was also felt and the first unit of this new organisation was formed.
- This was the ‘Cachar Levy’, formed in 1835 by the Civil Service Officer, in-charge of Nowgong district, Mr. Grange, to guard new settlements and tea estates. It consisted of 750 officers and men of different ranks, viz., Inspectors, Head Constables and Constables. Three years later, a similar body, called ‘Jorhat Militia’, was formed to protect the border areas against frequent border transgressions. It was also known as the ‘Shan militia’, as the recruits were mostly from the Shan community. Eventually it was merged with the ‘Cachar Levy’, which was subsequently renamed as ‘Frontier Police’ in 1883 and then as ‘Assam Military Police’ in 1891 and then again as ‘Assam Rifles’ in 1920.
- After 1862, the British deployed regular troops in several parts of Assam to consolidate its occupation and a police establishment consisting of one Darogah, one Jamadhar and a number of constables was maintained at each district headquarters. The duties included guarding of the Eastern Frontier of Assam from the Brahmaputra River to Cachar. The Levy was a force of a semi-military nature. The men were poorly paid and the duties were arduous and often involving fighting. It is important to note that at the initial stage most of the recruits were from Bengal, as the local Assamese were not interested in joining the low-paid police service. The Government found that the Police force inducted from outside was not only inefficient but also oppressive, and therefore, decided to attract local Assamese youth to improve the character and efficiency of the police force. In October 1843 the Government upgraded the salary of the Darogah from Rs. 25 to Rs. 100 and there was a corresponding hike of the salary of other police personnel. This development saw the gradual induction of Assamese youth into the police force.
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