Goa Police Recruitment 2021 : Director General of Police, Government of Goa invites applications in prescribed format for the post of Police Sub Inspector, Constable, Searcher, Asst. Sub Inspector (Wireless Operator), Photographer, Laboratory Technician, Stenographer and Lower Division Clerk. Interested Candidates fulfilling the Eligibility Criteria can Apply .Goa-Police-Recruitment-2021-–-Apply-for-1097-Various-Posts
Important Dates for Goa Police Recruitment 2021
- Last date to Apply is 30-04-2021 Between 1000 hrs and 1700 hrs on all working days.
Age Limit for Goa Police Recruitment 2021
- Age relaxations applicable for SC / ST / Children of Freedom Fighter / Sportsperson by 5 Years as on 30-04-2021.
- Age relaxations applicable for OBC by 3 Years as on 30-04-2021.
- Age relaxations applicable for PwD by 10 Years as on 30-04-2021.
- Age relaxations applicable to other categories as per Govt. Rules.
Application Fee for Goa Police Recruitment 2021
- Application Fees for Unreserved Category is Rs. 200/-
- Application Fees for SC / ST / OBC / PWD / EWS / EX – Serviceman is Rs. 100/-
Selection Process for Goa Police Recruitment 2021
- Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of Examination and verification of Original Documents.
Important Links for Goa Police Recruitment 2021
The Prescribed Application Forms are available at Administrative Block, GRP Camp, Altinho, Panaji-Goa
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Contact Address for Goa Police Recruitment 2021
GOA POLICE HEADQUARTERS, Near Azad Maidan, Panaji-Goa, India.Pin code:403001,Complaint@goapolice.gov.in, Tel.: +91-832-2428400, Mobile No. +91-7875756000, Fax No.: +91-832-2428489, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Goa Police
The Goa Police as an independent organisation was born in April 1946 with the establishment of Policia do Estado da India (PEI) Police of India, through a decree of the Portuguese regime which ruled Goa until 1961. Until then, all policing functions including the maintenance of law and order were being carried out by the Portuguese military.
The PEI was responsible for carrying out the functions of vigilance and maintenance of general order and comprised the following branches: public security, judicial police, internal and external traffic police, administrative & municipal police and civil identifications. Two years later, appropriate rules governing the police were framed on the lines of the legislation then prevailing in Portugal.