West Bengal Police Warden Recruitment 2019 – 816 Posts

West Bengal Police Warden Recruitment 2019 Notification has been released by West Bengal Police Recruitment Board. Notification is out for a total of  816 posts. Interested candidates can check the details given below and apply offline based on the eligibility criteria before 14th March 2019.

Name of the Post: Warden

Post Date: 15-02-2019

No. of Vacancies: 816

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Important dates to Remember:

Starting date for form submission 15-02-2019
Last date for form submission 14-03-2019
Last date for Payment of fee 16-03-2019

Vacancy details of West Bengal Police Warden Recruitment 2019:

Category-wise vacancies

Male Female

Total

Unreserved (UR)

234 40 274
Unreserved (E.C.) 112 20

132

Unreserved (Ex-serviceman)

30 05 35
Scheduled Caste 99 18

117

Scheduled Caste (E.C.)

50 08 58
Scheduled Caste (Ex-serviceman) 07 02

09

Scheduled Tribe

29 05 34
Scheduled Tribe (E.C.) 14 02

16

OBC-A

49 08 57
OBC-A (E.C.) 22 04

26

OBC-B

35 06 41
OBC-B (E.C) 14 03

17

Total

695 121 816

Pay scale:

  • Rs. 5,400 – 25,200/- + Grade Pay Rs.2,600/-.

Age limit as on 01-01-2019:

  • Minimum: 18 Years
  • Maximum: 27 Years

Age Relaxation:

SC/ST of WB

5 Years
OBC of WB

3 Years

PWD of WB

As per Govt order

Eligibility criteria:

  • Must be a Citizen of India.
  • Candidate must have passed Madhyamik Examination from the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent.
  • The candidate must have certificate of computer literacy issued by the training centres under West Bengal State Council of Technical and Vocational Education and Skill Development or Youth Computer Training Centre.

Minimum Physical Standards:

Male candidates:

Category

Height Weight

Chest

Candidates of all categories (except Gorkhas, Garhwalies, Rajbanshis and Scheduled Tribes)

167 57 78 cms. (without expansion)

83 cms. (with expansion – 5 cms.)

Gorkhas, Garhwalies, Rajbanshis and Scheduled Tribes

160 53

76 cms. (without expansion)

81 cms. (with expansion – 5 cms.)

For Female Candidates:

Category

Height

Candidates of all categories (except Gorkhas, Garhwalies, Rajbanshis and Scheduled Tribes)

160
Gorkhas, Garhwalies, Rajbanshis and Scheduled Tribes

152

Selection Process:

  • Written Examination
  • Physical Measurement test
  • Physical Efficiency Test
  • Interview

Scheme of Selection:

For Written exam:

Subject

Marks

General Awareness and General Knowledge –

25
English

25

Elementary Mathematics (Madhyamik standard)

20
Reasoning

10

Computer Literacy

10

Application Fees:

Category

Application Fee Processing Fee

Total Amount Payable

others

Rs.200/- Rs.20/- Rs.220/-
SC of West Bengal Rs.20/-

Rs.20/-

ST of West Bengal

Rs.20/-

Rs.20/-

Mode of Payment: Online

How to Apply for West Bengal Police Warden Recruitment 2019:

  • Eligible Candidates may apply On-line, through the official website wbpolice.gov.in
  • Before Applying Candidates should ensure to have a valid mobile number and email ID.
  • Fill up all the required information in the application carefully as per the instruction and SAVE it and upload required documents like Scanned Photograph & Signature in the stipulated size & format.After filling-up all the required fields of the On-line Application, verified the application and click ‘CONFIRM’.
  • Download the acknowledgement slip for future reference.
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Important Links:

To Apply Click here
For Official Notification Click here
For Official Website Click here

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.

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