Haryana police to recruit 11000 constables, 400 sub inspectors

North Gazette News/Chandigarh
Haryana police would soon recruit 11000 constable and 400 sub inspectors through direct recruitment as per the recommendations of Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D).

A state government spokesman said that the direct recruitment process would be followed to ensure transparency in the entire recruitment drive which is the reason that the government has decided to follow BPR&D’s recommendations.

“Under the new transparent recruitment process, no interview or personality test would be held for 11,000 posts of constables while interview of 10 marks would be conducted for 400 posts of sub inspectors,” the spokesperson said, adding that the government would take the help of psychiatrists in these interviews.

He said that certified modern technology and equipments would be used for physical screening tests to maintain transparency, accuracy and efficiency in declaring results on time.

“As per the new guidelines, no marks would be given to candidates for clearing physical screening tests and the only purpose of this test would be to check basic eligibility of the candidates. In this test, candidates would only be require to complete the race within given time,” he said, adding that RFDI Chip Timing technique would be used to record time taken by a candidate to complete the race.

After this, the candidates would be required to undergo physical measurement test to ascertain the eligibility of aspiring as per the physical parameters set for the recruitment. Here too, the government would use modern gadgets to maintain partiality in the process.

He added that after clearing first two physical screening tests, an objective type general knowledge (100 marks) tests would conducted and the candidates would be recruited on the basis merit in the test.

“However, there would be a provision of negative marking in the objective type (OMR format) test,” the spokesperson said, adding that the negative marking provision is being used to determine merit in the exam.