Odishatv Bureau

Bhubaneswar/ New Delhi: In what could be a great opportunity for candidates with a desire to be a responsible government employee, grab the opportunity with both hands as Delhi police has released a notification to fill up various vacancies for Civilian posts.

Interested and eligible candidates must apply online on or before the last date, i.e. January 16, 2018.

Details of Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 are given below.  

Educational Qualification:

A candidate should have passed 10th from any recognized institution or any equivalent qualification. This apart, the candidates need to have ITI certificate in the related or relevant trades.

Age limit:

Applicants’ age for Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment should be between 18 and 27 years as on the last date of the application. However, there is relaxation in upper age limit for the reserved category candidates as per the government regulations.

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Salary: Salary is different for different posts which range from Pay Matrix Level Rs 18000 to Rs 56900.

Post- Number of Vacancies:

Cook – 253 Posts

Water Carrier – 54 Posts

SafaiKarmachari – 237 Posts

Mochi (Cobbler) – 14 Posts

Dhobi (Washerman) – 68 Posts

Tailor - 16 Posts

Daftari – 03 Posts

Mali (Gardner) – 16 Posts

Barber– 39 Posts

Carpenter– 07 Posts

Total vacancies - 707 posts

How To Apply:

All interested candidates for Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 for 707 vacancies should apply in the prescribed format on the official website of Delhi Police, which is www.delhipolicerecruitment.nic.in.

Important Dates:

Starting Date of Online Application: December 16, 2017.
Closing Date of Online Application: January 16, 2018.

Delhi Police is an organisation that offers a number of opportunities to the youths of the country to get into the police force. The organisation generally recruits Constables, Sub Inspectors, Head Constable (Ministerial), Assistant Sub Inspector (Stenographer) and Assistant Commissioner of Police. There are written examinations for these posts followed by physical test. It is an organisation which is directly controlled by the Ministry of Home Affairs though it works to control the law and order situation of the Delhi Region. Hence, the force is unique in its administrative control which gives it more prestige and power compared to other police jobs.