Check Eligibility for Chandigarh Police Recruitment - योग्यता
If you wanna join Union Territory Chandigarh Police Department, you have a very good chance. And the opportunity is better for the girls. There shall be recruitment for as many as Five hundred and twenty posts of Constables and out of them 50% seats shall be reserved for the female candidates.
It means for women candidates the no of posts is Two hundred and sixty. Now this time there has been the change in the age criteria for the selection. Earlier the Age criteria for the for the selection in Chandigarh Police was from 18 to 23. Now the maximum age has been increased to 25 which means more candidates will have the opportunity to join Chandigarh UP Police Force as Constables. योग्यता
- New Age Eligibility for Selecti0n in Chandigarh Police - 18 -25 ( General )
- For the BC Candidates - 18 to 28
- For the SC candidates - 18 to 30
- Age for Ex-serviceman candidates - up to 45 years
Constable Police ( Chandigarh ) Educational Eligibility ( योग्यता ) -
- Higher Secondary
- Changeable depending upon the nature of Posts
It was a long-pending demand of the candidates to increase the age for applying for the police force. With the education, the competition is increasing alarmingly and therefore the chance of getting jobs is getting dim. So 23 years was not an enough age for applying for the police force. On the other hand, there are states where the Age for applying is 27.
Race Criteria in the selection of Police Personnel in Chandigarh Police ( Constable ) -
Even the timing for completing race has also been increased. Earlier the racing time for the Physical Fitness Test was 5 Minutes and 45 Seconds, now the timing is 6 minutes and 15 seconds. For ex-serviceman there is another Physical Measurement Criteria.
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For General Candidates - 6 minutes and 15 seconds
All the things related with Chandigarh Police Constable Recruitment has been made online. The Interview System has also been scrapped. Earlier there was the interview of 10 marks. But now there shall be the written exam of 100 Marks. Besides there shall also be the provision of Negative marking. The final merit list shall be prepared on the basis of the candidates' performance in the Written Exam and Interview.