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334 Civic Volunteers Vacancy – Kolkata Police ,West Bengal

           

Last Date:06 August,2019
Advt No : FRC/Recruit/04/2019
Kolkata Police
Kolkata (West Bengal)

Kolkata Police invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 334 Civic Volunteers. Apply before 06 August 2019. KPRB Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official Website is www.kolkatapolice.gov.in

Job Details:
Name of the post – Civic Volunteers
No of post – 334
Pay Scale – Not Specified

Education Qualification:
Class VIII pass.

General Information:

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  • Applicants will collect the Application Form on all days from the concerned offices mentioned in the table above or may download the application form from the official Website of Kolkata Police (www.kolkatapolice.gov.in) and submit the same within the stipulated period at the concerned place of submission mentioned in the table above after filling up the application form. The proforma for the application form is attached at appendix-A.
  • Reserve Officer, Traffic Department, Kolkata will maintain register to record all such application forms received for Traffic Department of Kolkata Police for further processing.
  • Reserve Officers of concerned divisions of Kolkata Police will maintain registers to record all such application forms received for SSD, SED, ED, ND & NSD, ESD, SD, PD, SWD, CD of Kolkata Police for further processing.
  • Reserve Officer, Brigage HQrs, Kolkata will maintain register to record all such application forms received for Brigade Headquarters, Kolkata Police for further processing.
  • Reserve Officer, Home Guard Organisation, Kolkata will maintain separate registers to record all such application forms received for Kolkata Home Guard Organisation and Kolkata Mounted Police for further processing.
  • Selection of Civic Volunteers for enrolment in Traffic Department, Kolkata Police will be done through the process of interview by the selection committee comprising Deputy Commissioner of Police (I), Traffic Department,Kolkata as Chairman and one Assistant Commissioner of Police & one Inspector working under Deputy Commissioner of Police (I), Traffic Department, Kolkata as members.
  • Selection of Civic Volunteers for enrolment in different divisions of Kolkata Police will be done through the process of interview by the selection committee comprising the concerned Divisional Deputy Commissioner of Police,Kolkata as Chairman and one Assistant Commissioner of Police & one Inspector working under the concerned Divisional Deputy Commissioner of Police, Kolkata as members.
  • Selection of Civic Volunteers for enrolment in Brigade Headquarters, Kolkata will be done through the process of interview by the selection committee comprising Senior Deputy Commissioner of Police, Armed Police,Kolkata as Chairman and one Assistant Commissioner of Police & one Inspector working under Senior Deputy Commissioner of Police, Armed Police, Kolkata as members.
  • Selection of Civic Volunteers for enrolment in Kolkata Mounted Police and Kolkata Home Guard Organisation will be done through the process of interview by the selection committee comprising Deputy Commissioner of Police, Home Guard Organisation, Kolkata as Chairman and one Assistant Commissioner of Police & one Inspector working under Deputy Commissioner of Police, Home Guard Organisation, Kolkata as members.
  • Any dispute arises during the selection process of Civic Volunteers will be decided by an Appellate Board comprising the Commissioner of Police, Kolkata as the Chairman and Addl. Commissioner of Police (II), Kolkata and Jt. Commissioner of Police (AP), Kolkata as members.
  • The selected volunteers will have no claim as to the employability in Kolkata Police or any other department of the Government for such engagement.
  • Each such volunteer will be paid Honorarium at a rate prescribed by the Government on furnishing of working statement certified by Unit-in-Charge.
  • Each volunteer will be assigned one ID No. at the time of induction.
  • Each volunteer will have to undergo a 2 weeks’ training course organized by Deputy Commissioner of Police, Home Guard Organization, Kolkata.
  • After observing necessary selection procedure and completion of training, such Civic Volunteer will be inducted and deployed in different units of Kolkata Police.
  • In case any selected candidate does not join in due course, the vacancy thus arise would be filled up from the Reserve List of Civic Volunteers that will be prepared against this Employment Notice. Every Unit head selecting the Civic Volunteers should draw a reserve list of 20% of seats allotted to that Unit. Candidates from the reserve list will be enrolled within a period of 01 (one) year from the date of issuance of Employment Notice, if any vacancy arises due to any reason.

About Us:

  • The pace of change is breathtaking. The challenges are exciting. Kolkata Police has the courage to face them. And the vision. We are preparing for the future with new skills. New technologies. New attitudes. We won’t just stand at ease. It’s forward march to a great tomorrow. In step with the citizens of Kolkata. Keeping pace with the world.
  • The history of the present structure of policing in Kolkata goes back to the colonial times, when the city was known as “Calcutta”, and was a fledging settlement of the British East India Company. Kolkata (Calcutta) is regarded to have been founded by an English Merchant Job Charnock, but this has no authentic corroboration. Job Charnock, who was the key functionary of the East India Company, had anchored his boat “Maddapollam” at a village called Sutanuti on the eastern banks of the river Hooghly, in 1690 A.D. East India Co. then bought three villages Sutanuti, Kalikata and Gobindapur from local landlord Sabarna Roy Chowdhury. This formed the nucleus of a fortified military settlement which in 1696 A.D. (3 years after Charnock’s death) became a prime location for the East India Company’s operations in Bengal.
  • Policing in Calcutta’s earliest days was confined to the Mughal administration and their local representatives. Bengal was still technically a part of the Mughal Empire although the Nawabs of Bengal, based in Murshidabad, in North Bengal, were its virtual rulers. The Watch and Ward functions were entrusted to a “Kotwal” or town prefect who had 45 peons under him, armed with traditional weapons like staves and spears, to deal with miscreants.
  • In 1720, the East India Company formally appointed an officer to be in charge of civil and criminal administration. He was assisted by an Indian functionary commonly known as “black deputy” or “black zamindar”. Under him were three naib-dewans, one of whom was in charge of the police. The settlement was divided into “thanas” (Police stations) under “thanadars” who had in turn contingents of “naiks” and “paiks”. A small contingent of river police was also formed.

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