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125 Staff Officer–cum-Instructor Vacancy – West Bengal Police

           

Last Date:24 December,2019
West Bengal Police
West Bengal

West Bengal Police invites application for the posts of 125 Staff Officer–cum-Instructor Vacancy 2019 from Graduate pass candidates interested in WB Police Staff Officer–cum-Instructor Vacancy opening. Follow this article for West Bengal Police Staff Officer–cum-Instructor Qualification, eligibility criteria and how to apply WB Police Staff Officer–cum-Instructor Vacancy.

JOB DETAILS:
Name of the post – Staff Officer–cum-Instructor
No of post – 125
Pay Scale – 7100 – 37600

Education Qualification:
Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised university or its equivalent.

General Conditions:

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  • Defective/incomplete applications/applications with fuzzy or improper photograph of candidate or unintelligible/undecipherable signatures will be summarily rejected.
  • Each candidate should submit ONE application form only. Candidature of those who submit more than one application form will be summarily rejected and the amount of application fees will be forfeited.
  • In case of any mismatch of data between application form filled up by the applicants and supporting testimonials at any stage of recruitment, the candidature will be summarily rejected.
  • Application Forms shall be rejected in case the uploaded signature of the applicant is rendered in block letters/unintelligible/does not match with name of the candidate or is otherwise incomplete.
  • Admission to the examination will be purely provisional subject to verification of eligibility at a later stage. Therefore, candidature of any candidate shall be rejected straightway if found not eligible at any stage, even after appearance in the tests /examinations or publication of results.
  • Candidates must abide by the instructions as may be given by the Venue-in-Charge/Invigilator of the examination venue. If the candidate fails to do so or indulges in disorderly or improper conduct, he/ she will render himself/ herself liable for expulsion from the examination hall and/or such other penalty as the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board may deem fit to impose.
  • SC/ST/OBC–A/OBC–B candidates of OTHER States will be treated as UNRESERVED (General) category candidates. The concession of non-payment of Application Fees will NOT be available to SC/ST candidates of OTHER States who shall also be treated as UNRESERVED (General) candidates for the purpose of payment of fees and for shortlisting or preparation of merit list.
  • No TA/DA will be paid to the candidates for their journey to attend Preliminary Examination, PMT & PET, Final Combined Competitive Examination & Personality Test. They shall appear for selection tests at their own expenses. The Recruitment Board will not be held responsible for any harm or injury to any candidate emerging out of the conduct of the tests.
  • In case the applicant is a Government Employee, he/ she must obtain an NOC from his /her employer and produce the same at the appropriate stage.
  • All entries in the Application Form except religion field are compulsory. Application submitted keeping any of the fields blank would lead to summary rejection without any intimation to the applicant or recourse to representation.
  • The Board reserves the right to rectify the errors and omissions, if any, in the process of holding the examination and final declaration of result.
  • If at any stage even after issue of letter of appointment, a candidate is found ineligible in terms of the advertisement notice and thereof his /her candidature will be cancelled without further reference to him/ her.
  • A candidate who has been ‘reported against’ by any Exam officer of the examination venue for violating any of the instructions or for having adopted unfair means at the arena/venue/examination
    hall or having used electronic gadgets like hearing/listening/speak-in devices, Earpiece, smart phones, etc. in the examination hall, will be punished with cancellation of his /her candidature and also be
    debarred from appearing at future examinations/selection processes as may be decided by the Police Recruitment Board depending on the circumstances/gravity of the case or may be criminally proceeded against.
  • Canvassing in any form will disqualify the candidate immediately.
  • Applicants are advised not to get lured by any unscrupulous touts. The recruitment process done by the Recruitment Board is absolutely transparent.
  • The decision of the Board on all matters relating to eligibility, place, date, mode of selection, acceptance or rejection of candidature shall be final and binding upon the candidates.
  • Assessment and evaluation of OMR/answer script done by the Board shall be final and shall not be open to scrutiny by any external authority.
  • Candidates who disclose his/her identity by writing his /her name, roll no. etc. or putting any identifying or suspicious marks inside the OMR/answer script of any of the answer scripts will be disqualified and his /her candidature will summarily be rejected.
  • Candidates dissatisfied with his /her Physical Measurement Test (PMT) during field test, may appeal in writing before the Chairperson of the selection Board/Committee on the same day of his /her test. No appeal in this regard will be entertained in future. The height of a candidate may be re-measured at any stage including the Personality Test at the discretion of the Board and the decision of the Board shall be final and binding on the candidates.
  • Only short listed candidates will be asked to produce all relevant original and valid certificates along with the self attested photocopies for verification at the time of Personality Test, failing which their candidature shall be rejected without any further communication.
  • The Mobile No. and e-mail ID (non – mandatory fields for off-line submission) of the applicants are being taken for communication by the Board for future intimation with regard to the recruitment process and nothing else. The Board, under no circumstances, will request or advise the applicant for any further personal information and /or additional fees and /or payment of any kind of fee to any official connected and/or not connected with the Board. Candidates may report such occurrence, if any to the Member, West Bengal Police Recruitment Board, along with due eviden(documentary/electronic).
  • In case of on-line applicants no Admit Card will be issued through the Postal Department for Preliminary, PMT & PET, Final Combined Competitive Examination and Personality Test, if shortlisted.

About Us:

  • The West Bengal Police is one of the two police forces of the Indian state of West Bengal. (The other is the Kolkata Police, which has a separate jurisdiction.)
  • The West Bengal Police was reorganized under provisions of the Police Act 1861 during the British Raj. It is headed by an officer designated as the Director General of Police who reports to the State Government through the Home (Police) Department. Shri Virendra, an IPS officer of 1985 batch is the DG & IGP of West Bengal Police since June 1, 2018.
  • The West Bengal Police has jurisdiction concurrent with the eighteen revenue districts of the State (excluding the metropolitan city of Kolkata) which comprises one of the two general police districts of West Bengal as under the Police Act 1861. The other general police district consists of the major portions of the metropolitan area of Kolkata, and has a separate police force (Kolkata Police) constituted and administered under the Calcutta Police Act 1866 & Calcutta (Suburban Police) Act 1866. This arrangement, unique in India, was conceived during colonial times when Calcutta was the capital of British India. The city police have been kept independent of the state police force.
  • The police administration in the state is divided into three police zones and a Government Railway Police (GRP) Zone, each headed by an Inspector General of Police. Each Zone consists of one or more Ranges headed by an officer designated as the Deputy Inspector General of Police (or Special Inspector General of Police). In all, there are 22 police districts (including four consisting of Government Railway Police districts), each headed by a Superintendent of Police. The three Zones are South Bengal, Western Bengal and North Bengal, and an office of the IGP railways.training college.

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