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Police SI & Constable Exams 2018 complete study notes available

Growth in the crime rates in India and other parts of world have increased the need for policing. Law enforcement agencies in India are controlled by Ministry of Home Affairs and these law enforcement agencies are headed by IPS (Indian Police Services) officers.

Law and order in the states and territories is maintained and all routine policing is carried out by state-level police forces. The state police is responsible for maintaining law and order in townships of the state and the rural areas. 

They enforce laws, catch criminals, collect evidence and testify in court. There is Criminal Investigation Department (CID) whose main role is to investigate serious crime and to act upon intelligence, which can lead to the arrest and prosecution of persistent offenders.

There is Firearms Unit, They are trained in the use of firearms and are drafted in to support operations, which require armed assistance. Career in police as firearms is also becoming very demanding and officer have to risk his or her life while saving the others.

There is also a Fraud Investigation Unit which deals with company business fraud, major deceptions and corruption allegations, and also provides assistance and guidance for area detectives on various matters pertaining to fraud investigation.

Then there is Special Branch in police officers jobs primarily to acquire intelligence for the protection of national security, in particular protection against terrorism, espionage, sabotage, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and from actions intended to overthrow democracy by political, industrial or violent means.

There is Traffic Unit that keeps the constant vigil on the traffic. They ensure road safety by enforcing traffic laws, including those relating to speeding and drink driving. There are also Forensic Experts who help in investigation of cases.

Eligibility

Gazetted Police officers are recruited by the Union Public Service Commission through a competitive nationwide examination. On completion of a nationwide basic public-service course, police officer candidates attend the National Police Academy at Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. They are then assigned to particular state or union territory forces, where they usually remain for the rest of their careers.

Each state and union territory of India has a state police force. The officers and other staff in the state police are selected by respective state commissions. They lay down the requirements of qualification, written examination, age limit and physical test. One must clear the prescribed requirements in order to join police officer jobs.

Anyone can also join the Central Police forces like BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, and SSB. UPSC conducts an All India exam for the position of Assitant Commandant in A grade in these forces. The exam is called the CAPF Exam. Graduates from all streams are eligibe to take up this exam. 

Pay and Remuneration

Pay for the Commissioner of Police is Re 80,000, Special commissioner of police 67,000-79,000. ACP gets in the range of 37,400-67, 000 and grade pay. In the lower echelons of police Working conditions and pay are poor and Opportunities for promotion are limited because of the system of horizontal entry into higher grades.

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is expected to issue exam notification for the 782 posts for Civil Services Examination 2018, on February 7 on the official portal - upsc.gov.in. Candidates must be in the age group of 21-32 years on August 1, 2018; upper age limit is relaxable for reserved categories (details of which are available in the official website). Read more ...

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