Odisha Police Recruitment 2023: Online Application process for 4790 Constable Posts will begins today i.e. from 30 December 2022 from the official website of State Selection Board (SSB), Odisha Police. Candidates with certain educational qualification can apply for 4790 Constable Posts from today i.e. 30 December 2022 (09.00 A.M.) till 21 January 2023 (11.59 P.M.). Candidates can apply for these posts through the link to be activated on the official website-odishapolice.gov.in.
Selection for these posts will be done on the basis of written exam which is scheduled in the month of February 2023.
It is noted that State Selection Board (SSB), Odisha Police has released an advertisement regarding the filling up 4790 Constable Posts across the state. Government has announced to fill these vacancies in the 34 police districts and the Commissionerate Police in the State by January 2023.
Odisha Police Recruitment 2023: Eligibility
In a bid to apply for Odisha Police Recruitment 2023, candidates should have to fulfill certain minimum educational qualification with addition eligibility as mentioned by State Selection Board (SSB), Odisha Police.
Interested and eligible candidates are required to access the detailed advertisement regarding the Odisha Police Recruitment 2023 on the official website.
Candidates can get all the details including eligibility criteria/age/educational qualification/physical standard measurement/physical efficiency test details/ district wise and category wise vacancy position etc on the official website. The details advertisement will update you regarding the recruitment drive including plan of examination, selection process and other updates regarding the same.
Candidates will have to follow the educational qualification including age limit and the required Physical Efficiency Test/Physical Standard Test as determined by the Odisha Police.
As per media reports, earlier Chief Minister’s Office, Odisha has given his approval o fill up these posts. It has been said that the recruitment drive will be completed in four stages across the state.