Staff Selection Commission has recently released a notification to recruit constables in executive cadre in Delhi Police for both male and female candidates from all over India. This is mentioned to be on temporary basis by SSC but as per the trends of previous years, these are all permanent posts actually and you do not need to worry about losing your job a any point of time. SSC has also mentioned that the posts have been advertised according to the vacancy details received from Delhi Police in this regard. Whatever may be the case, candidates will apply for the post given the high rate of unemployment and absence of government jobs in abundance in our country. In this article, we shall try to throw some light on the job profile of the post advertised since it is important to know the kind of work you need to carry out if and when you get selected for the post
Delhi Police Constable: Detailed Job Profile
The post carries the designation executive for the constables and that gives the impression that these personnel can take decisions on their own as in other cases, constables are generally not entrusted with decision making power in other police forces officially. Obviously, practically, they have to in case of field duties and patrolling sessions. So, what will be your job basically once you are into the job?
The Delhi Police Constable job is simply not the one for those who want to make it big in life. Salary is not bad obviously after 7th Pay Commission recommendations have come into force and workload also is not that much for the post. However, you will be stuck in this cadre for the whole of your career since promotion takes place in mostly 15-20 years depending upon vacancy and seniority. Another issue is that, you have IPS officers filling up all the top posts and with a hectic job profile you may be left with little time to study for something else. Decision is yours but we strive to help you make an informed choice
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