West Bengal Police Recruitment Board has released Driver Recruitment 2019 Notification. Notification is out for a total of 40 posts. Interested candidates can check the details given below and apply offline based on the eligibility criteria before 16th August 2019.
Name of the Post: Driver
Post Date: 01/08/2019
No. of Vacancies: 40
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Important dates to Remember:
|Starting date for form submission||01/08/2019|
|Last date for form submission||16/08/2019|
Vacancy details of West Bengal Police (Bidhannagar) Driver Recruitment 2019:
|Name of the Post||Vacancy|
- Rs.11,500/- pm.
Age limit as on 01/08//2019:
- Minimum: 21 Years
- Maximum: 40 Years
- Age Relaxation as per rules.
- Must be a Citizen of India.
- Candidate must have passed 8th or its equivalent with years work experience.
- Valid driving licence at least 3 years for LMV.
- Candidate must be able to speak, read and write the Bengali language
- Screening test
- Driving test
- Medical test
- Not mentioned
How to Apply for West Bengal Police (Bidhannagar) Driver Recruitment 2019:
- Eligible Candidates may apply offline, through plain paper.
- Duly filled Application along with attested copies of the certificates, mark sheets, testimonials in support of age, education qualifications, experience, re-prints of publications ,OBC non-creamy layer certificate, caste certificate, if applicable should be submitted in the dropbox in the below mentioned address:-
Bidhannager Police Commissionerate,
Salt Lake Stadium,
About Kolkata Police:
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.