Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Hyderabad Police Recruitment 2019 Application Form

Hyderabad Police Recruitment 2019 Application Form
Hyderabad Police Recruitment 2019 News: Check Hyderabad Police Recruitment 2019 online (only after official announcement..) in coming days till you may view previous orders. Earlier we will give all new alerts on Hyderabad Police Jobs publish by Hyderabad police board, till you may view previous notifications.  Earlier Hyderabad City Police invites applications for 150 Post of Home Guard Jobs.  Interested candidates who are 7th pass have to submit application form on or before 22 November (now over.........).  The broad cast online advt. of Hyderabad Police recruitment for these posts at www.hyderabadpolice.gov.in. More needed information of Hyderabad Police Recruitment 2019 regarding salary, qualification, age limit, fees and application process is mentioned below…………
Details of Hyderabad Police Home Guard Vacancies:

For the Post of Home Guards
Total Posts – 150
Age Limit- 18 to 50 years
Salary- INR
Place of Work- Hyderabad, Telengana (India)

Eligibility: - The candidate should have 7th class passed or equivalent examination (candidates who possess higher qualification than the prescribed will also be considered) and Valid LMV/ HMV license issued by the Government.

How to Apply?
The eligible and interested job seekers have to submit prescribed application form given here or download from www.hyderabadpolice.gov.in along with relevant documents by hand to Goshamahal Stadium, Hyderabad on any working day between 10.00 am to 02.0 pm.

Important Schedule for application submission:

Commencement Date for Registrations: - 10/11/14 (now closed)
Last date for Deposit Application Form: - 22/11/14 (now over)

Download Online Advertisement cum Application Form Link – Check at http://www.hyderabadpolice.gov.in/Main/HGForm.pdf

For more details visit official site – http://www.hyderabadpolice.gov.in/

About Hyderabad Police: The Hyderabad City Police was reorganized in 11-10-1957.  Today department has its own website hyderabadpolice.gov.in to provide online data.  Subsequently, state of Andhra Pradesh bifurcated into two states i.e Telangana and Residual Andhra Pradesh w.e.f 02.06.2014, Hyderabad city as Common Capital Area for both states.

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