Haryana approves amendment in Punjab Police Rules, 1934

April 19, 2017 10:40 AM

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH : Haryana Cabinet today approved amendment in Punjab Police Rules, 1934 to bring complete transparency in recruitment process of Constables and Sub Inspectors.

The cabinet met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal here.

As per these rules, all vacancies in the rank of Constable and 50 per cent of the total (both temporary and permanent) in the rank of Sub Inspector will be filled by direct recruitment through Haryana Staff Selection Commission. Three per cent vacancies out of the vacancies to be filled up by direct recruitment will be filled up from outstanding sportspersons.

The Haryana Staff Selection Commission may co-opt one or more technical experts such as serving or retired police officer (not below the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police), psychologists, doctors, subject matter experts etc. from time to time, to assist them. These experts shall be persons of repute in their respective fields having minimum 10 years experience.

The Commission shall be responsible for maintaining a computer-based Management Information System for managing the entire selection process including, inter alia, receiving the on-line applications, processing, keeping record of progress of each candidate throughout the selection process and preparing the result etc.

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