Chhattisgarh Police Recruitment 2018 application process to recruit for 214 vacancies for the post of ‘Constable’ has started. Know details here!
Chhattisgarh Police Recruitment 2018 application process to recruit for 214 vacancies for the post of ‘Constable’ has started on its official website - cgpolice.gov.in. The Chhattisgarh Police intends to appoint candidates for Constable (Telecom), Constable (Driver) and Data Entry Operator posts. Candidates who want to seek a job can apply for the relevant post on or before June 14, 2018.
How to apply for Chhattisgarh Police Recruitment 2018
Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to apply for 200+ vacancies
Step 1 – Log in to the official website – http://www.cgpolice.gov.in
Step 2 – Under ‘Recruitment’, click on Telecom- Constable (Telecom)/Constable(Driver)/Data Entry Operator Recruitment 2018
Step 3 – Click on ‘Online Application Form’
Step 4 – Click on the position you are applying for:
- Constable (TELECOMMUNICATION) I.R Battalion (With 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)
- Constable (TELECOMMUNICATION) CG I.R Battalion (With 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)
- Constable (TELECOMMUNICATION)(With 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics)
- Constable (TRADEMAN) DRIVER MT
- DATA ENTRY OPERATOR
Step 5 – Fill the application form will all accurate details,
Step 6- Pay application fee to complete the application process
Step 6 – Download the confirmation page and take a printout for further reference
- General & OBC Category – Rs.200/-
- SC & ST Category – Rs.125/-
Chhattisgarh Police Recruitment 2018 – Vacancy Details:
- Constable (Telecom) – 212
- Constable (Driver) – 2
- Data Entry Operator – 1
Eligibility Criteria for Chhattisgarh Police Recruitment 2018:
According to the notification, applicants must fall in the age bracket of 18 to 28 years as on 1st January 2018. Age relaxation rules apply as per the official notification.
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