Kolkata Police Recruitment 2016 — 300 Traffic Volunteer Posts
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Kolkata Police Recruitment 2016 – 300 Traffic Volunteer Posts: Kolkata Police has inform 300 vacant seats for Traffic Volunteer. If you have a dream of join Kolkata Police. You can apply in prescribed format on or before 09/09/2016 during office hours. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Kolkata Police Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 300
Name of the Post:
18 to 60 years.
Minimum literacy for communication.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on interview.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their applications in prescribed format to the venue on or before 09/09/2016 during office hours.
Central Receiving Section, Lalbazar, 18 Lalbazar Street, Kolkata-700001
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 09/09/2016 during office hours.
Job Location: West Bengal 700001
Kolkata Police Force is one of the six police forces of the Indian state of West Bengal. Kolkata Police has the task of policing the metropolitan area of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), India, as defined under the Calcutta Police Act, 1866 and the Calcutta Suburban Police Act,1866. The primary functions of the forces are maintaining law and order in the city, traffic management, prevention and detection of crime and co-ordinating various citizen-centric services for the people of Kolkata. As of 2014, Kolkata Police has 8 divisions covering 69 Police Stations. It has a strength of approximately 27,000 and a territorial jurisdiction of 243 km2 (approx). There are 8 battalions of armed forces as well as specialised branches. The force also uses various modern technologies for effective handling of unconventional crimes, terrorism and related activities.The history of the present structure of policing in Kolkata goes back to colonial times, when the city was known as “Calcutta”, and was an early settlement of the English East India Company. Calcutta was founded on the eastern banks of the Hooghly by an Englishman, Job Charnock in 1690. Policing in Calcutta’s earliest days was confined to the Mughal administration and their local representatives. Bengal was still technically a part of the Mughal Empire, but the Nawabs of Bengal, based in Murshidabad in North Bengal, were its effective rulers.