Svpnpa Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy Jobs for Lower Division Clerk in Hyderabad
Svpnpa Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy
Lower Division Clerk recruitment in Sardar Vallabai Patel National Police Academy on Deputation Basis
(a) holding analogous posts: or
(b) Possessing 12th or Intermediate pass from a recognised Board or University; and
(c) speed in English typing @ 35 words per minute or speed in Hindi typing @ 30 words per minute only on computer, (time allowed 10 minutes) (35 words per minute and 30 words per minute correspond to 10500 key depression per hour or 9000 key depression per hour on an average Of 5 key depressions for each word.
Salary Range:Rs.5200- Rs.20200
Eligible candidates can submit their application directly to Sardar Vallabai Patel National Police Academy before 1st May 2019.
12th Pass (HSE)
Looking for 12th graduates profile.
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Indian Police (IP) officers, until the country became independent, received probationary training in their respective provincial police training colleges. Since their training was not based on any uniform pattern or system, they did not know one another and many of them did not even have the opportunity of knowing the system of police work in other parts of India.
After Independence, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the first Union Home Minister emphasized the importance of having a ring of services which would keep the country intact under a Federal Constitution. He said, the Union will go, you will not have a united India, if you do not have a good All India Service, which has the independence to speak out its mind. Thus was born the Indian Police Service (IPS) as an All India Service, as successor service to the IP.
The constitution of the Indian Police Service as an All India Service necessitated a common pattern of police training. With a view to imparting induction training to the new entrants to the IPS who were drawn from all regions of the country and different strata of society, the Central Police Training College was established in Mount Abu (Rajasthan) on September 15, 1948. The ready availability of a few unused army barracks at Mount Abu was the prime consideration for the choice. But within a year, the Army authorities wanted back the M.E.S. buildings and thus began the nomadic existence of this institution, in the rented buildings of the Rajputana Hotel and the Abu Lawrence School, etc.
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