RECRUITMENT OF 5494 CONSTABLE (UN-ARMED BRANCH / ARMED BRANCH) IN ASSAM POLICE, 2019

Recruitment rallies will be conducted in the districts of Assam  for  filling up of 1851vacant posts of Constable of Unarmed Branch of District Executive Force and 3643 posts of constables of Armed Branch in the Pay Scale of Rs. 14000- 49000/-, with Grade pay of Rs 5600.00(Pay Band-II). The date and venue of Physical Standard Test / Physical Efficiency Test and Written Test will be intimated in due course of time by email, SMS and various other means and  through  the Assam Police website (www.assampolice.gov.in).Online applications will be received with effect from 02-05-2018. The last date for receipt of applications will be 02-06-2018.

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Applications submitted or received after the last date will not be

entertained.

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THERE WILL BE NO APPLICATION FEE.

  1. Organization-wise number of vacancies:
  1. Unarmed Branch of District Executive Force (DEF)          -1851

There will be reservation for ST (P) 10%, ST(H) 5%, SC 7%, & OBC/MOBC 27%.

Thirty percent (30%) of the vacancies will be (horizontal) reserved for women candidates in Unarmed Branch of DEF.

  • Armed  Branch                                              -3643

There will be reservation for ST (P) 10%, ST(H) 5%, SC 7%, & OBC/MOBC 27%.

Ten percent (10%) of the vacancies will be (horizontal) reserved for women candidates in Armed Branch.

  • (i) Tentative district wise distribution of vacancies on Population Ratio as per Census of 2011-for 1481 posts of UB Constable (excluding 10%  posts  reserved for Militancy affected areas & 2% reserved posts for Home Guards, VDPs, SPOs, Sports Persons & FMMOs each)
Sl. No. District Number of vacancy Sl. No. District Number of vacancy
1 Baksa 46 18 Jorhat 45
2 Barpeta 82 19 Kamrup 73
3 Biswanath 38 20 Kamrup (M) 52
4 Bongaigaon 36 21 Karbi-Anglong 32
5 Cachar 84 22 Karimganj 59
6 Charaideo 23 23 Kokrajhar 41
7 Chirang 23 24 Lakhimpur 50
8 Darrang 44 25 Majuli 8
9 Dhemaji 33 26 Morigaon 46
10 Dhubri 67 27 Nalbari 37
11 Dibrugarh 64 28 Nagaon 91
12 DimaHasao 10 29 Sivasagar 29
13 Goalpara 49 30 Sonitpur 47
14 Golaghat 51 31 South Salmara 27
15 Hailakandi 32 32 Tinsukia 63
16 West Karbi Anglong 14 33 Udalguri 40
17 Hojai 45  
  • Tentative District wise distribution of vacancies on Population Ratio as per Census of 2011- for 2914 posts of AB Constable (excluding 10% posts reserved for militancy affected areas & 2% reserved posts for Home Guards, VDPs, SPOs, Sports Persons & FMMOs each):
Sl. No. District Number of Vacancy Sl. No. District Number of Vacancy
1 Baksa 90 18 Jorhat 88
2 Barpeta 161 19 Kamrup 143
3 Biswanath 75 20 Kamrup (M) 103
4 Bongaigaon 70 21 KarbiAnglong 63
5 Cachar 165 22 Karimganj 116
6 Charaideo 45 23 Kokrajhar 80
7 Chirang 46 24 Lakhimpur 99
8 Darrang 86 25 Majuli 16
9 Dhemaji 65 26 Morigaon 91
10 Dhubri 132 27 Nalbari 73
11 Dibrugarh 126 28 Nagaon 180
12 DimaHasao 20 29 Sivasagar 57
13 Goalpara 96 30 Sonitpur 93
14 Golaghat 100 31 South Salmara 53
15 Hailakandi 62 32 Tinsukia 125
16 West Karbi Anglong 28 33 Udalguri 79
17 Hojai 88  

The following special categories of persons will be given the representation within the alloted posts of a district:-

  1. Home Guards                        — 2%
    1. VDPs                                       — 2%

3.  SPOs                                       — 2%.

(For availing facility of 2% allocation of vacancies by Home Guards/only registered members of VDPs /SPOs, a minimum 1 (one) year service is required as Home Guard/VDPs/SPOs).

  • Sports persons                       — 2%

Sports persons who have represented India/National Team or the State of Assam at the National Level in the disciplines recognized by International Olympic Committee & Indian Olympic Association shall be eligible for vacancies earmarked for sports persons.

  • FMMOs                                  — 2%

Total 37 numbers of post each  for  Home  Guards,  VDPs,  SPOs, Sports Persons & FMMOs are alloted out of1851 posts of constable UB.

Total 73 numbers of post each for Home Guards, VDPs, SPOs, Sports Persons & FMMOs are alloted out of 3643 posts of constable AB.

(iii)Police Station-wise distribution of vacancies alloted for militancy affected areas-

UBC- 10% of 1851= 185 posts and ABC- 10 % of 3643 = 364 posts

(Lists of Police Stations and vacancies  allotted is shown in Annexure-“A”. The Annexure-A is available on Assam Police website www.assampolice.gov.in.)

3.    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

In order to appear in the Recruitment Tests candidates  must  satisfy the following criteria:-

  1. Nationality– Candidates must be Indian citizens, ordinarily resident of Assam.
    1. Age: 18 to 25 years as on 1stJanuary of 2018 (i.e. the candidate must be born on or before 01.01.2000 and on or after 01.01.1993).

Relaxations :Upper age limit will be relaxed for:

  • 5 (five) years in respect of candidates  belonging  to  SC,  ST (P)  and  ST(H).
    • 3 (three) years in respect of candidates belonging to OBC/MOBC.
    • Additional relaxation of 3 (three) years in respect of trained Home Guards/members of VDPs (registered) who have served for a period of 3(three) years or more.
  • Additional relaxation of 10 (ten) years in respect of FMMOs/SPOs (Certificate to this effect from competent authority will have to be submitted).

Note: The date of birth accepted by the SLPRB will be as per matriculation or an equivalent examination certificate issued by a recognized Board. No other document relating to age such as horoscope, affidavit, birth extract from Municipal Corporation, Health Department, service record etc. will be accepted.

4. Minimum Educational qualification:

  1. Un-Armed Branch: H.S. or Class XII passed from a recognized Board or Council for the post of Constable, Unarmed Branch, District Executive Force (DEF).
  2. Armed Branch: H.S.L.C or Class-X passed from a recognized Board or Council for the post of constable of Armed Branch.

Note: Candidates having educational qualification Higher Secondary and above may also apply for both Armed Branch & Unarmed Branch. In such case, in the online application form, the applicant will have to clearly mention his/her preference for the posts of Unarmed Branch & Armed Branch.

However,    the    final    decision     regarding     allotment     of    successful candidates will lie with the Chairman, SLPRB, Assam.

5. PHYSICAL STANDARDS:

  1. Height  (Minimum)                                          Male                           Female
    1. Gen/OBC/MOBC/SC                            162.56 cm                154.94 cm

b) ST(H)/ ST(P)                                                 160.02 cm                  152.40 cm

  1. Chest  (Only  for  men)                        Normal         Expanded
    1. Gen/OBC/MOBC/SC/ST(P) etc, 80Cm                85 Cm
    1. ST(H)                                                78 Cm             83 Cm

6. MEDICAL STANDARDS:

Candidates must not have knocked knee, flat foot or squint eyed, and they should not be colour blind. Varicose vein shall be considered a temporary disqualification. They must be in good mental and bodily health. They must be free from any physical deformities and free from diseases such as diabetes, hernia, piles, respiratory diseases or any other ailment that is likely to interfere with the efficient performance of duties. The distant vision should be 6/6 for at least one eye and not poorer than 6/9 for the other without correction. Near vision should be normal.

7. HOW TO APPLY:

Applications must be submitted online through Assam Police website www.assampolice.gov.in. No other forms of application will be entertained.

A helpdesk will be opened at the office of Superintendent of Police of each district to facilitate the online filling of applications. All Candidates will have to appear for their PST/PET & Written Test only from the district under which their permanent Residential address falls.

  1. Candidates will be required to upload scanned copies of the following documents:

a)      Passport Size Photograph :-

Please pay attention to upload good quality photograph. Poor quality of photograph submitted will lead to rejection of your application. The Admit card will be printed with the uploaded photograph.

  1. The photograph must be in colour and must be taken in a professional studio. Photograph taken using a mobile phone and other self composed portraits are not acceptable.
  2. Photograph must be taken in a white background.
  3. The photograph must have been taken after 1st January, 2018.
  4. Face should occupy about 50% of the area in the photograph, and with   a full face view looking into the camera directly.
  5. The main features of the face must not be covered by hair of the head, any cloth or any shadow. Forehead, both eyes, nose, cheeks, lips  and chin should be clearly visible.
  6. If you normally wear spectacles, glare on glasses is not acceptable  in your photo. Glare can be avoided with a slight downward tilt of the glasses for the photo shoot.
  7. You must not wear spectacles with dark or tinted glasses, only clear glasses are permitted.
  8. Ask your photo studio to provide  the image in a JPEG format and also on a standard 4.5cm x 3.5cm (45mm x 35mm) print.
  9. Maximum pixel resolution for JPEG: 640 x 480 (0.3 Mega Pixel) (Ask your studio to reduce it to this resolution if it is higher).
  10. Minimum pixel resolution for JPEG: 320 x 240.
  11. The maximum file size is 450 kb (kilo bytes).
  • For your own benefit it may be prudent not to intentionally change your facial features or hair style as in the photograph until the day of the  exam.

b)      Signature:-

  1. Please put your signature with a black or dark blue ink on  a  white  paper.
  2. Get    the    signature     digitally     photograph     /    image    scanned     by    a professional photo studio, and get the image cropped by the studio itself.
  3. Only JPEG image formats will be accepted.
  4. The maximum pixel resolution for the image is 800 x 300.
  5. The minimum pixel resolution for the image is 400 x 150.
  6. Dimension of signature image should be 3.5cm (width) x 2.5cm (height).
  7. The maximum file size is 100 kb.
  8. Mobile phone photograph of signatureis not acceptable, and can result  in disqualification of the application.

c)      Documents :-

  1. HSLC certificate for proof of Age,
  2. Caste certificate.
  3. Certificate of F.M.M.O. issued by Special Branch, Hqrs. of Assam Police, Kahilipara, Guwahati,
  4. Basic & Advanced Home Guard training and experienced certificate issued by competent authority.
  5. Appointment certificate as S.P.O. issued by the Superintendent of Police.
  6. Certificate for working as member of V.D.P. issued by the

Superintendent of Police.

The candidates will then click on the ‘Complete’ button to indicate that they agree to all the entries made in the form. The candidates can then download   the registration / application slip with Id No.

It is mandatory for the candidates  to  mention  a  valid  email  address  and individual mobile phone number in the application form  as  the same will be required to inform the applicant regarding the status of their application   and convey other related information.

Incomplete / defective / invalid application will be summarily rejected.

  • Candidates should also follow the following instruction while applying:

a)      If a candidate appears in the Tests from more than one venue, or makes an attempt towards that end, his/her candidature will be cancelled forthright for all the venues.

  • The email address and mobile phone number should be specific to each candidate.
    • No documents, testimonials except as mentioned in Para 7 (C) (i)to (vi) are to be uploaded with the application form. However, when the candidate reports at the venue on the date and time for Physical Standard Test and Physical Efficiency Test, he/she  must bring all essential documents in original along with one set   of self attested photocopies of the same. Any incorrect information or document submitted which is not genuine may disqualify a candidate at any  stage  and may also render him / her liable to criminal prosecution. Original documents of a candidate may be put to check at any later stage of the recruitment process also. No document will be accepted after PST/PET of a candidate is completed.
    • If any candidate fails to produce any original certificate as mentioned below or doesn’t furnish it at the time of document inspection during PST/PET he / she will not be given any chance of rescheduling the date for submission in future and his / her status will  be  decided on the  basis of the  documents submitted on the day of PST/PET.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE SHALL BE NO CHANGES MADE ON ANY ENTRIES AFTER SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS IN THE INTERVIEW AND NO  REQUESTS WILL BE ENTERTAINED.

  • Testimonials/ Documents to be submitted when appearing in Tests: The candidates should bring a set of  self  attested  photocopies  along  with  the  originals of the following documents/ materials for verification by the Selection Committee on the date of their PST/PET.
    • Certificate of proof of age. (HSLC or equivalent certificates).
    • Mark-sheet of HSLC or equivalent examination (For Armed Branch).
    • Certificate of Higher Secondary or equivalent examination (For DEF, Unarmed Branch).
    • Mark –Sheet of Higher Secondary or equivalent examination (For Unarmed Branch).
    • Certificate of additional qualifications such as Diploma from ITI or other recognized/accredited institute, Diploma / Certificate of Proficiency in Computer etc (if any).
    • Certificate of sports, games etc. (if any).
    • Certificate of NCC (if any) from competent authority.
    • Certificate of caste from the competent authority in respect of the candidates belonging to ST (P)/ST(H)/SC/OBC & MOBC. In case

candidate fails to show original Caste Certificate on the day of PST/PET, such candidates shall be treated as GENERAL. No subsequent request will be entertained for change of Caste.

  1. Certificate of F.M.M.O. issued by Special Branch Hqrs. of Assam Police, Kahilipara, Guwahati.
    1. Basic & Advanced Home Guard training & experienced certificate issued by competent authority.
    1. Appointment certificate as S.P.O. issued by the Superintendent of Police.
    1. Certificate     for    working     as    member    of    V.D.P.     issued     by    the

Superintendent of Police.

  • 2 (two) copies of passport size recent photographs.
  • A candidate whose application is found to be in order will be called for Physical Standard Test / Physical Efficiency Test. Candidates will be able to download the Admit Card / Call Letter from the Assam Police website by entering their id. number.(A list showing the dates and venues of candidates (id Nos. only) will  also be posted on the Assam Police website.) The information will also be sent through SMS and email to the candidates on their mobile numbers and email addresses. The SLPRB will not be responsible for any discrepancies that  may arise due to entry of wrong mobile number and email address by the candidates.
  • SELECTION PROCEDURE:-Candidates whose applications are found correct in all respect will have to undergo the Physical Standards Tests (PST) and Physical Efficiency Tests (PET). If any  candidate  is  found  to  have  any  physical  deformity as may be detected by the Medical Officer present in the DLSC, he/ she will be debarred from participating in the other tests.
  1. SCRUTINY OF DOCUMENTS:-All the original documents along with a set of Photostat copies of the documents will be checked before the candidate is  allowed to appear in the PST and PET as per the given eligibility criteria. Candidates who are rejected will be given rejection slips specifying the reason of rejection. Submission of any incorrect information or forged document at any stage will lead to disqualification of the candidate and may also render him / her liable to criminal prosecution. Original documents of a candidate may be put to check at any later stage of the recruitment process also. All the photostat copies submitted by the candidates will have to be duly self attested.

In order to avoid manipulation of documents at later stage, the Chairman   or a Member of the DLSC shall put his/her signature on each copy of such document at the time of PST/PET;  particularly  on  caste  certificate  and  any other documents which carry  marks  against  Extra-Curricular  Activities and Special Skills.

  1. PHYSICAL STANDARD TEST:- After the documents are found correct, the candidates will have to appear in the PST (Physical Standard Test). It will carry no marks. Measurement of the height, weight & chest (only males) of the candidates will be done using latest technology and after which the candidate will be examined by a Medical Officer for preliminary check-ups  like  knock knee, vision test, colour blindness test, flat foot, varicose vein, physical deformities etc. Once a candidate clears the PST he/she will have to appear in  the PET (Physical Efficiency Test).
  2. PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST – 40Marks : Candidates who clear PST, will be required to undergo PET. The PET consists of the following:

The Physical Efficiency Test will carry 40 marks. It will have 2 (two) events

viz:

i)      Male Candidates

  1. Race: Those who qualify in the PST will be subjected to 3.2 km race to be completed within 14 minutes (840 seconds).
    1. Long Jump: Minimum 335 cm for long jump (3 chances to be given and the longest valid jump rounded off to the nearest cm will be considered for awarding marks).

Award of marks for 3.2 km Race (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance and using RFID chips.)

Time taken 600 Sec. (10 min) or less                     : 20 marks

For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.08 marks per second.

Thus, for 630 Sec. or less but more than 629 Sec.  : 17.6 marks

For the next 40 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.06 marks per second.

Thus, for 670 Sec. or less but more than 669 Sec. : 15.2 marks

For the next 60 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.04 marks per second.

Thus, for 730 Sec. or less but more than 729 Sec.    : 12.8 marks

For the next 60 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.03 marks per second.

Thus, for 790 Sec. or less but more than 789 Sec.    : 11 marks

For the next 50 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.02 marks per second.

Thus, for 840 Sec. or less but more than 839 Sec.  : 10 marks

For time more than 840 Sec. (14 min) no marks will be awarded. 840 Sec. is the qualifying time for this test.

Award of marks for Long Jump (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance).

For less than 335cm no marks will be awarded. A valid jump of 335cm is the minimum qualifying level.

Marks for 335cm                   : 10 marks

For the next 65cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.04 per cm. Thus, marks for 400cm                                    : 12.6 marks

For the next 50cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.06 per cm. Thus, marks for 450cm                                    : 15.6 marks

For the next 30cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.08 per cm. Thus, marks for 480cm                                    : 18 marks

For the next 20cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.10 per cm. Thus, marks for 500 cm                                   : 20 marks

No extra marks will be awarded for jump of more than 500 cm (16 ft 5 inch approx)

ii)    Female Candidates.

  1. Race : Those who qualify in the PST will be subjected to 1600mtrs. race to be completed within 08 minutes .
    1. Long Jump: Minimum 244 cm for long jump (3 chances to be given and the longest valid jump rounded off to the nearest cm will be considered for awarding marks).

Award of marks for 1.6 km Race (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance and using RFID chips.)

Time taken 330 Sec. (5 min 30 seconds) or less                           : 20 marks

For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.1 marks per second.

Thus, for 360 Sec. or less but more than 359 Sec.             : 17 marks

For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.08 marks per second.

Thus, for 390 Sec. or less but more than 389 Sec.              : 14.6 marks

For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.06 marks per second.

Thus, for 420 Sec. or less but more than 419 Sec.            : 12.8 marks

For the next 40 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.05 marks per second.

Thus, for 460 Sec. or less but more than 459 Sec.              : 10.8 marks

For the next 20 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.04 marks per second.

Thus, for 480 Sec. or less but more than 479 Sec.              : 10 marks

For time more than 480 Sec. (08 min) no marks will be awarded. 480 Sec. is the qualifying time for this test.

Award of marks for Long Jump (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance).

For less than 244 cm no marks will be awarded. A valid jump of 244 cm is the minimum qualifying level.

Marks for 244 cm                  : 10 marks

For the next 45 cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.04 per cm. Thus, marks for 289 cm                             : 11.8 marks

For the next 30 cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.06 per cm. Thus, marks  for 319 cm                              : 13.6 marks

For the next 30cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.08 per cm. Thus, marks for 349 cm                                   : 16 marks

For the next 40 cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.10 per cm. Thus, marks for 389 cm                             : 20 marks

Marks for a valid jump of more than 389 cm : 20 marks.

14. Instructions for conduct of PST/PET

  1. A candidate gets eliminated from the recruitment process as soon  as  he/she fails to qualify in any event during PST or PET. A candidate may have to take  the PET in a sequence as decided by the DLSC.
  2. Individual statement of marks signed by the candidate and the officer conducting the race/ tests will be shown to the candidates. A rejection slip will  be given to a candidate when he/she is eliminated from a particular Test. Marks for Extra-Curricular Activities and Special Skills will not  be  announced instantly as this may involve further verification of information.
  3. CCTV will be installed for recording each event of the PST and PET for each candidate. Performances may also be announced through PA system.
  4. All Candidates will be subjected to biometric recordings for identification.
  • Results of the PST and PET will be locally displayed at the end of each day of Test. However, candidates shall have no claim or right to appear in the Written Test merely on the ground that they secured the minimum qualifying standards in the PST and PET. After completion of the PST and PET for all the candidates, District-wise merit lists for each category (Unreserved, OBC/MOBC, SC, ST(P), ST(H) for both men and women) will be prepared on the basis of the total marks scored on PET. Candidates  will  be called for the Written Test in order of merit at the rate of 5 (five) times the number of posts allotted in respect of each category. If the total number of qualifying candidates turns out to be less than 5 times the number of posts, all qualifying candidates but no other will be called for the Written Test. If there are candidates scoring the same marks in PET as the last candidate selected for the written test by the 5 times formula in a particular case, the candidates scoring the same marks will also be called for the written examination, and therefore  the number may exceed the 5 times to that extent for that particular case and category only.

15.        Written Test:

  1. Written test will consist of 100multiple choice type questions to be answered on an OMR answer sheet. For each correct answer the  candidate will get half a mark. Questions will be of the level of class IX and X. Total marks for the Written Test will be 50. There will be no negative marking.
    1. Written Test will be conducted throughout the State on one day at each  district HQ. The date of the written test will be notified in due course.

16.         Extra-Curricular Activities and Special Skills: Max marks 10.

  • Educational Qualification. Marks will be allotted based on results of Higher Secondary & Matriculation Examination for UB constables and Armed Branch respectively as under:

Max  marks 5

UB Constables. Marks will be based on the results of Higher Secondary Exam.

AB Constables. Marks will be based on the results of HSLC Exam.

Text Box: i	45 – 59.99 %	2 Marks
ii	60-74.99%	3 Marks
iii	75% and above	5 Marks
Text Box: 45 – 59.99 %	2 Marks
60-74.99%	3 Marks
75% and above	5 Marks

(B)   NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)- Max Marks – 03 (three)

  • NCC ‘C’ Certificate                                         -03 (three) marks
    • NCC ‘B’ Certificate                                         -02 (two) marks
    • NCC ‘A’ Certificate                                         – 01 (one) mark

(C)   PROFICIENCY IN COMPUTERS                -Max Marks – 05 (five)

  • Master of Computer Application (MCA)            -05 (five) marks
  • Bachelor  of  Computer Application (BCA)       – 04 (four) marks
  • 2 (two) years Diploma from any Govt. registered / UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions.                                -03 (three) marks
  • 1 (one) Year Diploma from any Govt. registered / UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions      – 02 (two) marks
  • Minimum 6 (six) months course in Computers from any Govt. Registered/ UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions

–     01 (one) mark

(D)  Diploma/Certificate course from ITI/Polytechnic or other recognized/accredited Technical Institute: Max 3 Marks

  1. Duration of course 2 years or more                     -3 marks
  2. Duration 1 year                                                   – 2 marks
  3. Duration 3 to 6 months                                    – 1 mark

No marks will be awarded if the duration is less than 12 weeks. (The following trades are excluded: Hair dressing, Skin care, Embroidery, Dress making, Weaving, Needlework, Travel & Tour).

NOTE: Maximum marks in Extra-Curricular Activities and Special Skills- 10 marks. Candidates should bring a set of photocopies of documents against which he/she  claiming  marks  under  “Extra-Curricular  Activities and Special Skills”. The Chairman or the member of the DLSC shall put signature on both the set of copies of those candidates who cleared PET and one set will be retained  by the  DLSC and another  set will be taken by the candidate so that no conflict may take place  in  future.

Final results would be based on the marks obtained as follows:

  1. Marks  for PET –                                                         Maximum marks 40.
  • Multiple choice objective type Written Test:           Maximum marks 50.
  • Extra-curricular activities and special skills:         Maximum marks 10.

Total 100 marks.

  1. SELECT LISTS:
  2. SPORTS PERSON, FMMO, AND S.P.Os:- These posts will be filled up at State level as candidates of these categories are not  available  in  each  district.

Methodology-

The merit lists will be prepared at State level. The selected candidates will be adjusted in the following sequence:-

  1. Against the posts which remained vacant in the district after recruitment due to non-availability of candidates of any reserved category i.e SC,OBC/MOBC, ST(P), ST(H), if these candidates belong to same reserved category.
    1. Against the post of district of the same reserved category to which the candidates belong subject to condition that special category candidates (HG/VDP/FMMO/Sports person/SPO) will not fill up more than 50% posts of any reserved category of any district.
    1. Remaining candidates will be adjusted against their own reserved category in other districts through roster of districts prepared alphabetically.
  2. Home Guards and VDP:- The selected candidates from each district will be adjusted within the quota of their own category, thereby not disturbing the overall ceiling of reservation. If selected candidates constitute more than 50 % of any reserved category then they will be  adjusted  as  per roster mentioned at 1(c) above.
  3. If a Home Guards/VDP/SPO/FMMO is selected automatically in the merit list and has not availed any age relaxation, then he/she will not be adjusted against the 2% allocation of vacancies to his/her category.

The select lists will be published in the Assam Police website and through other available media. No waiting list will be prepared.

N.B:  In case of a tie in marks, the candidate older in age will be placed higher in  the merit list. Further, candidates having same date of birth and  have  obtained equal marks, will be placed in the merit list according to higher height.

18. General Instructions:

  1. District-wise Helpline numbers will be notified through the Assam Police website.
  2. No T.A./D.A. will be admissible to candidates for the journey and stay during any stage of the recruitment.
  1. The select lists confer no right to appointment unless the  department is satisfied about suitability of the candidate after a thorough medical examination and such enquiry and verification as may be considered necessary before appointment to the service/posts.
  2. The allotment of vacancies to districts are tentative and subject to change to adjust special category candidates (i.e. HG, VDP, SPO, FMMO , Sports persons) as mentioned in para 1.
  3. If any post of reserved category remain vacant due to non  availability of candidates of that category in any district, then such post(s) will be filled up through State merit list of that category.
  4. Candidates have to appear in all the stages of recruitment. If a candidate is absent from any stage/ event his/her candidature will be cancelled.
  5. Candidature will be summarily rejected at any stage of the recruitment process for not conforming to the official format/having incomplete information/wrong information/ incomplete requisite certificate / misrepresentation of facts/ impersonation.
  6. A selected candidate will be required to join and work in any District or Unit anywhere in the State of Assam. The district from where a candidate gets selected will have nothing to do with his/her place of posting.
  7. Appointed persons shall be entitled to pension benefits as per the pension scheme existing at the time of appointment.
  8. Selected candidates shall be required to undergo basic police training at place and time decided by the competent authority. The training period can be extended by the competent authority. If any candidate could not complete basic training in three chances or found unsuitable for the job in any manner during the period of training/probation he / she will be discharged from service.
  9. The physical tests are strenuous and candidates who are in proper medical condition only should take the tests. Assam Police will not be liable for any injury or casualty suffered by a  candidate  during  the tests due to any pre-existing medical condition.
  10. Fake documents/ false information/ misrepresentation of facts shall lead to rejection when detected at any stage before or after selection/appointment and shall make the candidate liable to criminal proceeding.
  • Appointees will have to sign an agreement whereby he/ she will be required to serve a minimum period of 3 (three) years after being posted or in default to refund the cost of training and travelling expenses paid by the government.
  • The final appointment after selection is subject to satisfactory Police Verification Report and Final Medical Examination Report as per existing norms. In case Police Verification Report or Final Medical Examination Report is found unsatisfactory, the candidature of such candidates will be rejected outright.
  • The rules & regulations, terms & conditions of training and afterwards will be applicable as prevalent in the department.
  • The vacancies shown in the advertisement are subject to changes  at the time of final selection/appointment.

19. Transparent Process:

  1. Candidates and the general public are requested to help SLPRB in conducting the recruitment in a just, fair and transparent manner.
  2. A candidate is NOT required, to pay any amount of money at any stage of the recruitment process except for medical investigations, if required in the Govt. hospital as per Rules.
  3. Any complaint about demand for money or other malpractice can be registered at the web link provided for the purpose, or send complain to – www.assampolice.gov.in
  4. Complaints may also be sent by post to the following address:-

Chairman

State Level Police Recruitment Board, Assam Madhabdevpur, Rehabari, Guwahati-781008 (Ground Floor of APHC Building)

Anonymous complaints may not be entertained.

  • Offering of bribe for any favour by a candidate or on his/her behalf is a criminal offence. Such an activity may result in immediate disqualification of his/her candidature.

Sd/- Chairman

State Level Police Recruitment Board, Assam Madhabdevpur, Rehabari, Guwahati-781008 (Ground Floor of APHC Building)