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West Bengal Police Recruitment 2019: Apply for Sub-Inspector posts; know vacancy, other details

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 August 2019, 10:41 IST

The West Bengal police department has invited vacancies for the post of Sub-Inspector. Candidates who are interested in the vacancies should visit the official website at wbpolice.gov.in or wbprb.applythrunet.co.in.

The application process for the posts has already begun and the last date to apply for the vacancies is September 9, 2019.

Under this recruitment drive, West Bengal aims to fill a total of 668 vacancies for the post of West Bengal Police Sub-Inspector (Unarmed Branch) and Sub-Inspector (Armed Branch).
Before applying for the vacancies, candidates should check the eligibility criteria, education qualification, selection process, and other details.

Check WB Police Sub Inspector Vacancy details:

Candidates will have to apply for the position at wbpolice.gov.in as well as the application offline through the Sahaj Mitra Kendras (Tathya Mitra Kendras) that have been set up by the West Bengal Government in rural areas of West Bengal.

Application Fee:

  • General/EWS/OBC – Rs 270
  • SC – Rs 20
  • ST – Rs 20

Check West Bengal Police Sub-Inspector vacancy details:

Category

Sub-Inspector

(Unarmed Branch)

Sub-Inspector

(Armed Branch)

General

272

94

SC

109

38

ST

29

11

OBC

84

31

Total

494

174

Age Limit:

The minimum age limit required to apply for the post is 20 years while the maximum age limit is 27 years. Age relaxation will be given as per the government norms. For SC & STs, the age limit is 5 years while for OBCs, the age relaxation will be of 3 years.

Check Exam Details:

The paper is divided into three sections:

  1. General Studies
  2. Logical & Analytical reasoning
  3. Arithmetic

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First published: 14 August 2019, 10:20 IST
 
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