Last Date:08 November,2019
Odisha Police invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 101 Gurkha Sepoys. Apply before 31 October 2019. Odisha Police Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…Official Website is www.opssb.nic.in
Name of the post – Gurkha Sepoys (Male)
No of post – 101
Pay Scale – 9000/- (Per Month)
Candidates must have passed VIII or equivalent examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha or by any other recognized Board/ Council.
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- Applications are invited from the willing Gurkha male candidates settled in India/ Nepal for filling up of 73 vacancies in 2nd OSAP Bn., Jharsuguda and 28 vacancies in 5th OSAP Bn., Baripada in the rank of Gurkha Sepoys in Odisha Special Armed Police 2nd Battalion, Jharsuguda, and 5th OSAP Bn. Baripada, Odisha, India. The applications should be reached in the Office of the Commandant, OSAP 2nd Bn., Jharsuguda, Odisha, India. Pin No.768204 latest by 31.10.2019 in the prescribed form with 03 (three) recent passport size color photographs alongwith all other connected documents mentioned in para-11. Applications received after 31.10.2019 and also incomplete applications shall not be entertained. The recruitment test will be held at OSAP 2nd Bn., Jharsuguda parade ground from 08.11.2019 onwards. The candidates should report at the Parade Ground of OSAP 2nd Bn., Jharsuguda by 7 A.M. on 08.11.2019. The candidates go through the detail advertisement available in Odisha Police portal.
- The reservation for Gurkha Ex-Servicemen shall be made as per Govt. Instructions issued from time to time.
- A candidate must be a bonafide Gurkha and an inhabitant of Nepal or India. The Gurkha candidate residing in India must have registered his name in any of the Employment Exchanges of the concerned State before the date of publication of advertisement for recruitment. Gurkhas of Nepal must be in possession of valid Citizenship of Nepal. Women candidates are not eligible for recruitment.
- A candidate must have passed Class-VII pass or equivalent examination from any recognized institution. However, the candidates who have passed H.S.C. or equivalent examination will be given preference. Detail of Marks are given below.
- The age of the candidates must be between 18-25 years as on 01.01.2019 and relaxation of age will be applicable to Ex-Army personnel as per existing rules.
- The condition of service will be governed as per G.A Deptt. Notification No.32010/Gen., Dtd.12.11.2013. They shall continue on contractual basis for a period of six years. The period of six years shall be counted from the date of his contractual appointment under rule-5. During the period of contractual appointment they shall draw consolidated monthly remuneration @ Rs.9000/. The consolidated remuneration shall be enhanced by ten percent (10%) on completion of each year of service subject to satisfactory performance.
- On the date of satisfactory completion of six years of contractual service under sub rule (1) of rule 9, they shall be deemed to have been regularly appointed.
- On regular appointment they shall be entitled to draw the time scale of pay in 7th Pay Commission 2017, DA and other allowances as admissible in the corresponding Pay Matrix, 2017.
- Failure in any of the above test shall lead to disqualification and the candidates so disqualified will not be allowed to compete further in the recruitment test.
- The candidates who qualify in the physical tests shall have to appear in a Viva-Voice test to be conducted by the Selection Board and full marks for the viva-voice test shall be 10 (Ten) marks.
- Since the Gurkha candidates are not familiar with Odia language they are exempted from Odla test. However, Odia should be made a part of the training curriculum and each one will have to pass the Odia test within 3 years of service.
- The candidates should bring with him the original documents, (the copies of which he has attached alongwith the application form for production before the Selection Board. They may also bring any other certificate is respect of extra- curricular achievements, NCC, Driving Computer skills etc.
- True copy of the following documents is required to be attached in the application form by the candidates.
- Besides the above discharge Certificate from Defence Authority must be attached by the Gurkha Ex- Servicemen with their application form.
- The candidates shall be posted to 2nd OSAP Bn., Jharsuguda and 5th OSAP Bn., Baripada as per the availability of vacancies, merit of the candidates in the recruitment test and preference indicated by the candidates in Point No. 15 of the application form.
- The candidates shall submit his application in the prescribed format correctly for appearing in the recruitment test for Gurkha Sepoys and submit the same in the following address alongwith required
docu ments applicable to him as enumerated in para- 1 1.
OSAP 2nd Bn., Jharsuguda
PO- OMP Line,
PS/Dist. Jharsuguda, Odisha, India
Phone: +91-6645-270079 (Control Room)
- The prescribed form is available in the Odisha Police we bsite www.odishapolice.gov.in and a candidate can download the form. The candidates should come prepared to stay at Jharsuguda, Odisha at their own arrangement during the conduct of the test. No TA/DA/ Railway/Bus fare will be allowed to candidates. In no circumstances, the authority will not be responsible for any loss life /damage of belonging caused to any candidate during the course of the recruitment test.
- The Odisha Police, abbreviated as either OP or OPS, is the law enforcement agency for the state of Odisha in India. It is headquartered in Cuttack, the former capital of Odisha. The Odisha Police is headed by a Director General of Police, currently Bijaya Kumar Sharma, IPS and falls under the purview of the state’s Home Department of the Government of Odisha. The sanctioned personnel strength of Odisha Police is 72,145; comprising women as one-third of it total sanctioned strength in the directly recruited posts of civil constable, sub-inspector and deputy superintendent of police. This feat makes it one of the foremost in that aspect among the police services of India.
- Along with the formation of Odisha, the “Orissa Police” got its establishment on 1st of April 1936. The department was a force comprising 4000 trained men of all ranks. The Orissa Police Manual Rules (OPMR) was unveiled in 1940 which boasted rules and regulations of the powers, functions and duties of the police department at various levels.
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