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Andaman & Nicobar Police Jobs Notification – Andaman & Nicobar Police Recruitment 2019 Job Notification

Andaman & Nicobar Police Jobs Notification Andaman and Nicobar Police Radio Organisation has invited applications for the recruitment of Police Constable, Follower Waterman Mali/Gardener, Follower Sweeper, Follower Dhobi and Follower Barber. Eligible candidates can apply for the post in the prescribed format on or before 03 January 2019.

Andaman & Nicobar Police Jobs Notification – Andaman & Nicobar Police Recruitment 2019 Detail Report

Name of Post – Police Constable and Other

Job Location – Andaman & Nicobar

Andaman and Nicobar Police Vacancy Details –

Police Constable (Executive) – 77 Posts

Follower Waterman Mali/Gardener – 6 Posts

Follower Sweeper (Executive) – 9 Posts

Follower Dhobi (Executive) – 4 Posts

Follower Barber – 1 Post

Constable(General Duty) – 37 Posts

Total Posts -134

Education qualification

Police Constable (Executive) – 12th pass from a recognized board/University

Constable(General Duty) – 12th pass from a recognized board/University

Follower Waterman Mali/Gardener – 10th pass from a recognized board/ University and having experience in Gardening

Follower Sweeper (Executive) – 10th pass from a recognized board

Follower Dhobi (Executive) – 10th pass from a recognized board

Follower Barber – 10th pass from a recognized board and 3 years experience in Hair cutting/Shaving.

Post Age Male Age Female
Constable(General Duty) 18-25 years
Follower Waterman Mali Gardener, Follower Sweeper, Follower Dhobi Male – 18-33 years Female – 18-38 years
Follower Barber Male – 18-33 years

Physical Standards

Post Name Category Male Female
Police Constable(Executive) Height 168 Cm 155 Cm
Chest (Normal) 81 cm
Chest (Expanded) 85 cm
Weight (Minimum) 50 kg 45 kg
Constable(General Duty) Height 168 Cm
Chest (Normal) 81 cm
Chest (Expanded) 85 cm
Weight (Minimum) 50 kg
Follower Waterman Mali/ Gardener (Executive) Height 165 cm 155 cm
Follower Sweeper (Executive)
Follower Dhobi (Executive)
Follower Barber (Executive)
Chest (Normal) 81 cm
Chest (Expanded) 85 cm
Weight (Minimum) 45 kg

Selection process – Selection will be done on the basis of Physical Endurance Test/Written Test/Trade Test

How to Apply – The Eligible candidates can apply online on or before 03 January 2019 and submit the hard copies of application to The Deputy Superintendent of Police (Estt.l, Police Head Quarter, Atlanta Point, Port Blair, A & N Islands – latest by 14 January 2019.

Last Date of Application – 03 January 2019

Last Date of Submitting Hard Copies –  14 January 2019 by 05:00 PM

Notification Link
PDF File click here
Official Website click here

About Andaman and Nicobar Police

Andaman and Nicobar Police[1] dates back to raising of ‘Sebundy Corps’ in 1858 for protection of Penal Settlements in the Andamans. It was reconstituted in 1867 with strength of 2 Inspectors, 3 Head Constables, 12 Sergeants and 285 Constables. The system of policing was exclusively on the pattern of military organization, with a small strength of 75 Civil Policemen for observance of local laws and for accompanying the prisoners to the jungle as guards against aboriginal tribes.

An organized form of Policing in Andaman and Nicobar Islands was established in August, 1875 with the extension of Indian Police Act of 1861 to Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Captain Wimberly was appointed as first District Superintendent of Police. In the same year the Chief Commissioner of Andaman and Nicobar was vested with the powers and functions of the Inspector General of Police

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