West Bengal Police Recruitment 2018: 161 Sub-Inspector of Excise Post
West Bengal Police invites applications from eligible candidates for the posts of Excise including Lady Sub-Inspector of Excise in West Bengal Police.
Total Posts: 161 Vacancies
Name of the Post: Sub-Inspector of Excise
Age Limit as on 01.01.2018: Between 20 to 27 years.
Educational Qualification: Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognised university or its equivalent.
Application Fee: General /OBC have to pay Rs. 150/- (Application Fee) & Rs. 20/- (Processing Fee) and SC/ST Candidates have to Rs. 20/- (Processing Fee) through on-line by using Debit Cards/Credit Cards/Net-Banking of any Bank. Fees can be paid through different e-wallets also.
Pay Scale: Rs.7100 – 37600/- + GP Rs.3600/-
Selection Process: Through Preliminary Written Examination, Final Written Examination & Personality Test.
How to Apply: Apply Online
Eligible and Interested candidates may apply Online through the website http://policewb.gov.in or candidates may send application in prescribed format along with photocopy of relevant documents to office of the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
- Starting Date for Submission of Online/Offline Application : 02.02.2018
- Last Date for Submission of Online/Offline Application : 04.03.2018
- Last Date for Submission of Application fee through Challan : 07.03.2018
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification http://policewb.gov.in/wbp/recruit/
About West Bengal Police
The West Bengal Police was restructured below provisions of the Police Act 1861 in the course of the British Raj. It is controlled by an officer nominated as the Director General of Police who reports to the State Govt. thru the Home (Police) Depart. Shri GM Prabhu Rajasekhar Reddy, an IPS officer of year 1982 batch is the DG and IGP of West Bengal Police since 1st October, 2013.
The West Bengal Police has dominion concurrent with the eighteen revenue districts of State (exclusive of the metropolitan city Kolkata) which includes one of the 2 general police districts of West Bengal as below the Police Act 1861. The other general police district comprises of the major shares of the metropolitan part of Kolkata, and has a distinct police force (Kolkata Police) established and managed under the Calcutta Police Act 1866 and Calcutta (Suburban Police) Act 1866. This prearrangement, exclusive in India, was considered during colonial times while Calcutta was the capital of British India. The urban police have been kept self-governing of the state police force.
The police admin in the state is distributed into 3 police zones and a Govt. Railway Police (GRP) Zone, each controlled by an Inspector General of Police. Each Zone contains of one or more Ranges controlled by an officer chosen as the Deputy Inspector General of Police.
Eligible applicants may send their request in agreed format along with full resume to firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com . Nominated Candidates will be called for discussion.