Punjab District And Armed Cadres Constable Recruitment Exams On September 25, 26
Exams for the recruitment of constables (district and armed cadres) is slated for September 25-26. As many as 4,70,775 candidates have applied against 4,358 vacancies.
As the Punjab Police Department prepares for the next round of its recruitment campaign, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh instructed the state DGP to initiate a crackdown on those implicated in incidences of cheating and document leaks. The directives were issued after six people were arrested on suspicion of cheating during a written test for sub-inspector positions on August 22.
From September 12 to 19, the department will hold written exams for head constable (investigation cadre) positions, for which 75,544 people applied for 787 vacancies.
Exams for constable recruitment (district and armed cadres) are scheduled for September 25-26. A total of 4,70,775 people applied for 4,358 positions.
In light of reported attempts by fraudsters and scammers to sabotage and manipulate the examination process, the CM directed DGP Dinkar Gupta to strengthen security measures at test centers.
In the wake of the arrest of six people by the Khanna police in connection with cheating during a written test for sub-inspector post held in Chandigarh and various districts from August 17 to 24, jammers and other electronic gadgets are being installed in all examination centers to prevent internet or Bluetooth connectivity, according to Gupta.
According to Gupta, Navjot, who was seized Saturday morning in her village in Jind, Haryana, revealed that Vikas met her and her father in Chandigarh on August 21 and handed them a micro earphone a Bluetooth device to communicate accurate answers during her examination.
According to an official release, another recruitment campaign would take place in October to employ 2,600 uniformed experts in the Punjab Police Department.