Manipur Police Recruitment 2016 (3057 Constable, Rifleman & Other Posts):- Manipur Police has declared an employment notification for the recruitment of 3057 Police (male/ civil) Constable, Riflemen in Manipur Rifle Battalion, Follower (Manipur Police) vacancies on direct recruitment basis. The eligible and interested candidates can apply in the prescribed format on or before 01/06/2016.
Vacancy Details of Manipur Police Recruitment 2016:-
Organization Name – Manipur Police, Imphal
Total Posts – 3057 nos
Posts Details or Post Name:-
a. Police Constable (male/ civil) – 2052 Posts
b. Riflemen in Manipur Rifle Battalion – 441 Posts
c. Follower (Manipur Police) – 554 Posts
Eligible Criteria for Manipur Police Recruitment 2016:-
The eligible and interested candidates require eligible criteria as per attached notification.
How to Apply:-
The eligible and interested candidates can send their applications in the prescribed format to R.K Tutusana, IPS PRO, Police Department, Manipur, Imphal on or before 01/06/2016.
Application Should be sent to:- R.K Tutusana, IPS PRO, Police Department, Manipur, Imphal
Last Date for Applications Receipt – 01/06/2016.
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A HISTORY OF MANIPUR POLICE:-
Pre-British Period –
There was no formal policing in Manipur, as such, before the arrival of the British on the scene. There was a system known as the “Lallup System”, which meant free labour of the people to the King. The people were allotted a plot of land for which they were not required to pay revenue, instead had to serve the state 3 months in a year, or 10 days in every 40 days, to be precise. This service of the people was used by the King in various parts of the administration such as guards, construction work and in providing some sort of informal policing. Since the same person was not continually employed for the purpose nor paid any salary, it would be easy to appreciate that in tracking down of criminals and keeping a watch on their activities, the system was most inadequate and could hardly be called policing.
On 27th April 1891, during the reign of Maharaja Shri Kulachandra Singh, the British Government took over the administration of Manipur after a decisive battle with the ruling Prince at Khongjom. It was then that the British organized properly for the first time the State Military Police of Manipur, the fore¬runner of Manipur Rifles, under Political Agent, Mr. Crawford, who was appointed the first Commandant of the force.