West Bengal Police Recruitment for 259 Forest Guard Vacancies
West Bengal Police Recruitment for 259 Forest Guard Vacancies:- West Bengal Police (WBP) has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 259 posts. The post name is Forest Guard under Directorate of Forests.
If you want to make career at West Bengal Police Vacancy then you can apply online/offline application from 21 April to 19 May 2017. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in West Bengal Police Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Post: – Forest Guard.
Eligibility: – 10th Pass.
Location: – West Bengal.
Last date: – 19 May 2017.
Age limit: – 18 to 32 years.
Vacancy details of West Bengal Police Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 259 posts.
Name of posts: – Forest Guard.
1) Unreserved : 106 Posts.
2) Unreserved (Ex-Servicemen) : 06 Posts.
3) Scheduled Caste : 88 Posts.
4) Scheduled Caste (Ex-serviceman) : 03 Posts.
5) Scheduled Tribe : 17 Posts.
6) OBC-A : 22 Posts.
7) OBC-B : 14 Posts.
Eligibility: – Madhyamik Examination or its equivalent. Further details must see the notification.
Salary:- Rs 5400-25200 plus grade pay 1900 per month.
Application Fee: – General/OBC Rs 200 and Rs 20 (Processing Fee) and SC/ST Candidates Rs 20 (Processing Fee) through on-line by using Debit Cards/Credit Cards/Net-Banking of any Bank.
Selection Process: – Competitive Written Examination, Physical Standard and Physical Efficiency Test, Personality Test & Medical Examination.
Note: – If you have any quarry regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read to be carefully.
How to apply: – The candidates can apply online application through the website http://policewb.gov.in from 21 April 2017 to 19 May 2017 or offline in prescribed application format along with photocopy of relevant documents send to office of the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board on or before 19 May 2017.
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West Bengal Police is to enforce the law and to bring the attitudinal change for greater police public harmony and thereby achieve greater efficiency in its primary objective of prevention of crime and detection of crime.