CG Police Recruitment 2017 – Apply Online for 2976 Constable (GD) Posts:- Chhattisgarh Police, Raipur has declared an employment notification for 2976 Constable 9GD) posts. The eligible and interested candidates can apply online from 25/11/2016 to 15/12/2016. And other details about age limit, educational qualification, selection process as per given below paragraph…
Vacancy Details of CG Police Recruitment 2017:-
Organisation Name – Chhattisgarh Police, Raipur
Advertisement No. – 3/I/439-D/16, 23/11/2016
Official Website – www.cgpolice.gov.interested
Total Post – 2976
(A). Constable (General Duty) – 2700 Posts
(B). Constable (Trademan) – 276 Posts
Eligible Criteria for CG Police Recruitment 2017:-
Qualification – The eligible and interested candidate’s qualification should be 10th pass, 12th pass or equivalent from Recognised Board.
Age Limit – Candidate’s age limit should be between 18 years to 28 years as on 01/01/2016. And age relaxation will applicable as per rules.
Application Fee – Candidate’s should have pay Rs.125/- for SC/ ST candidates and Rs.200/- for all other candidates.
How to Apply for CG Police Recruitment 2017:-
The eligible and interested candidates can apply online through the website www.cgpolice.gov.in from 25/11/2016 to 15/12/2016.
Starting Date for Apply Online – 25/11/2016
Last Date for Apply Online -15/12/2016
Disclaimer:- Candidates are request to carefully read the all details, eligible criteria and rules & regulation from enclosed official notification before apply.
ABOUT CG POLICE:-
Chhattisgarh emerged as a new state on the map of India on 1st November 2000 & this is how old the history of the Chhattisgarh Police as a separate entity. Traditionally, Chhattisgarh has been a very peaceful tribal belt. However, the upsurge of Naxalism in the hilly and difficult terrain of the State poses a big challenge to the enforcement & development agencies today. Since inception, elevan new revenue districts viz., Sukma, Kondagaon, Narayanpur, Bijapur, Balod, Bemetara, Gariyaband, Balodabajar, Mungeli, Surajpur & Balrampur have been carved out to supplement the administrative efficacy, making a total of 27 districts in the State.
Shri SM Shukla, IPS, the first Director General of Police took pride in bringing up the infant PHQ, Shri OP Rathor, IPS, the 5th DG Police, with an eight long years of experience in the United Nations, contributed a lot besides being instrumental in establishing a ‘Counter Terrorism & Jungle Warfare’ School at Kanker. The 6th Director General, Shri Vishwaranjan, IPS added new dimensions to the Chhattisgarh police ushering in the era of police modernization and all-round professionalism. His extensive experience of serving the Intelligence Bureau for more than 20 years helped the state manifolds. Other DGsP namely Shri RLS Yadav (2nd DGP), Shri VK Das (3rd DGP) and Shri Ashok Darbari (4th DGP), Shri Anil M Navaney (7th DGP), Shri Ram Niwas (8th DGP) also helped in overcoming the initial problems of the department.The present DGP Shri AN Upadhyay, IPS, the 9th in 14 years has been putting immense efforts to raise the standards of Chhattisgarh police in all aspects.