West Bengal Police Recruitment 2023 for Lady Constable | 1420 Posts | Last Date: 22 May 2023

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West Bengal Police Recruitment 2023 – West Bengal Police has released the online job notification for recruitment to the post of Lady Constables. There are 1,420 vacancies are to be filled for these posts. Interested candidates who are all eligible for this recruitment can apply on or before the last date. The educational qualification of the candidates must be Madhyamik. The detailed eligibility and selection process are given below in detail.

West Bengal Police Recruitment

West Bengal Police: It is one of the two police forces of the Indian state of West Bengal. One is in West Bengal Police and the other is in Kolkata Police. It was recognized under provisions of the Police Act 1861. It is headed by an officer designated as the Director-General of Police. The Police administration in the state is divided into three police zones and a Government railway police headed by an officer designated as the Deputy Inspector General of Police.



West Bengal Police Recruitment 2023 for Lady Constable: 

Job Role Lady Constable
Qualification Madhyamik
Experience Freshers
Total Vacancies 1,420 Posts
Salary Rs 22,700 – 58,500/-
Job Location Kolkata
Application starts from 23 April 2023
Last Date 22 May 2023

Detailed Eligibility:

Educational Qualification:

Lady Constable: Candidates must have passed the Madhyamik Examination from the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent.

Minimum physical measurement of candidates:

  • Candidates of all categories (except Gorkhas, Garhwalis, Rajbanshis, and Scheduled Tribes): 160 height / 49 kg weight
  • Gorkhas, Garhwalis, Rajbanshis, and Scheduled Tribes: 152 height / 45 kg weight

Age Limit ( As on 01 January 2023 ): 18 – 30 years

Age Relaxation:



  • The upper age limit shall be relaxed by 05 years for the candidates belonging to the categories of Scheduled Castes (SC) & Scheduled Tribes (ST) and by 03 years for the candidates belonging to the categories of Other Backward Classes (OBC).
  • Home Guard/NVF personnel serving in West Bengal Police are also eligible for a relaxation of the upper age limit as per existing Government order.
  • However, no age relaxation is available for the Civic Volunteers serving under West Bengal Police.

Salary: Rs 22,700 – 58,500/-

No.of.Vacancies: 1,420 Posts

  • Unreserved (UR): 343 Posts
  • Unreserved (E.C.): 227 Posts
  • Unreserved (HG/NVF): 113 Posts
  • Unreserved (Civic Volunteers): 71 Posts
  • Unreserved (Sports Quota.): 28 Posts
  • Scheduled Caste: 141 Posts
  • Scheduled Caste (E.C.): 100 Posts
  • Scheduled Caste (HG/NVF): 42 Posts
  • Scheduled Caste (Civic Volunteers): 29 Posts
  • Scheduled Tribe: 28 Posts
  • Scheduled Tribe (E.C.): 29 Posts
  • Scheduled Tribe (HG/NVF): 14 Posts
  • Scheduled Tribe (Civic Volunteers): 14 Posts
  • OBC-A: 57 Posts
  • OBC-A (E.C.): 42 Posts
  • OBC-A (HG/NVF): 29 Posts
  • OBC-A (Civic Volunteers): 14 Posts
  • OBC-B: 43 Posts
  • OBC-B (E.C): 28 Posts
  • OBC-B (HG/NVF): 14 Posts
  • OBC-B (Civic Volunteers): 14 Posts

Selection Process:

  • The selection process includes Preliminary Written Test/PMT/PET/Written Examination/Interviews.
  • The selection process by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board is transparent and purely merit-based.
  • Only shortlisted candidates for the Interview will be asked to produce all relevant original certificates along with the self-attested photocopies for verification, failing which their candidature shall be rejected without any further communication.

Preliminary Written Test:

  • Applicants provisionally considered eligible will have to appear in an MCQ-based preliminary written test which is qualifying in nature.
  • There would be 100 objective-type questions having multiple choice (four choices) of answers carrying 01 (one) mark each.
  • The duration of this test will be 1 hour.
  • The question paper will be set in two languages (Bengali & Nepali).
  • There will be a negative marking for each incorrect answer.
  • ¼th of the allotted marks for a particular question will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
  • West Bengal Police Recruitment Board will decide the prescribed scheme and syllabus for the Preliminary Written Test.
  • The qualifying marks in the Preliminary Written Test to appear for the next stage will be fixed by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
  • The marks obtained by a candidate in the preliminary written test will not be considered for preparing the final merit list.

Questions:

  • General Awareness and General Knowledge: 40 Marks
  • Elementary Mathematics (Madhyamik standard): 30 Marks
  • Reasoning: 30 Marks

Physical Measurement Test ( PMT ): The physical standards (height and weight) of the candidates as given under 3(e) will be tested by using Electronic Machines of those who qualify in the Preliminary Written Test.

Physical Efficiency Test ( PET ): Candidates who qualify in PMT will be allowed to take part in PET as furnished.

Final Written Examination: Full Marks – 85

  • All the candidates who qualify in the Physical Measurement Test (PMT) & Physical Efficiency Test (PET will be called to appear in the Final Written Examination to be conducted by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
  • The Final Written Examination will have 85 Multiple Choice (Four choices) Objective Type Questions (MCQs) carrying 01 mark each.
  • The duration of the examination will be 1 hour.
  • The question paper will be set in two languages (Bengali & Nepali) except for questions in the English language.
  • There will be a negative marking for each wrong answer.

Questions:

  • General Awareness and General Knowledge – 25 Marks
  • English – 10 Marks
  • Elementary Mathematics (Madhyamik standard) – 25 Marks
  • Reasoning and Logical Analysis – 25 Marks

Interview: 15 Marks

  • A limited number of candidates will be called for Interviews in accordance with merit.
  • In the Interview, the general awareness and suitability of the candidate for public service will be tested.
  • The candidate’s ability to speak, read and write in Bengali/ Nepali (for the permanent residents of Hill Subdivisions of Darjeeling and Kalimpong Districts) will also be tested in her Interview.
  • On the basis of the marks obtained in the Final Written Examination and the Interview, a merit list of the provisionally selected candidates will be prepared by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.

Medical Examination:

  • All provisionally selected candidates will be sent for Medical Examination at the State Government designated hospitals.
  • The selected candidates should be in good mental and physical health.
  • They should be free from any deformity likely to interfere with the efficient performance of their work.

Application Fees:

  • All categories except Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (of West Bengal only) – Rs. 170/-
  • SC and ST (West Bengal only) – Rs. 20/-

How to apply for West Bengal Police Recruitment 2023?

Interested and eligible candidates can apply for the job online on their official website from 23 April 2023 12.01 am to 22 May 2023 11.59 pm.

For more details & Apply: Click here

Note:

  • The applicant must be able to speak, read and write in the Bengali language.
  • The Mobile No. and e-mail IDs of the applicants are being taken for communication by the Board for future intimation with regard to the recruitment process and nothing else.
  • Applicants must keep a copy of the application with them and note down the unique application serial number for all future communications with the board, if any.
  • Total vacancies as stated above are purely provisional and subject to changes.

Important Dates:

  • Online Application Starts from: 23 April 2023
  • Last date for online application: 22 May 2023
  • An editing window will be available from: 26 May 2023 – 01 May 2023

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