The Assam police have planned fill up 2000 vacant posts in the state. The State Level Police Recruitment Board (SLPRB), Assam, has invited applications for the recruitment of the vacancies for various posts in the department.
The filling of online applications will commence from June 15 and end on June 30.
No fees are required for filling up of online applications. To apply, one must be a citizen of India and his/her age should be between 18 years to 38 years.
Applications must be submitted online through the Assam Police or SLPRB website.
No. of Posts:
UDA-cum- Accountant: 200
Stenographer Grade-III: 200
Lower Division Assistant: 200
Bench Assistant: 200
Data Entry Operator: 400
Office Peon: 200
UDA-cum- Accountant: Graduate in Commerce
Stenographer Grade-III: Graduate in any discipline
Lower Division Assistant: Graduate in any discipline
Bench Assistant: Graduate in any discipline
Typist: Graduate in any discipline
Data Entry Operator: HSSLC passed
Copyist: HSSLC passed
Office Peon: Class VIII passed
Chowkidar: Class VIII passed
UDA-cum- Accountant: Rs 35000
Stenographer Grade-III: Rs 35000
Lower Division Assistant: Rs 30000
Bench Assistant: Rs 30000
Typist: Rs 30000
Data Entry Operator: Rs 10000
Copyist: Rs 9000
Office Peon: Rs 9000
Chowkidar: Rs 9000
Candidates whose applications are found to be correct will be notified to appear for a written test at a convenient venue through a call letter. There will be a common written test for UDA-cum-Accountant, Stenographer Gr.III, LDA, Bench Assistant and Typist. Similarly, there will be one common written test for Data Entry Operator and Copyist. There will be Practical Test for the posts of Stenographer, Lower Division Assistant, Bench Assistant, Typist, Data Entry Operator & Copyist. For the post of Office Peon and Chowkidar, there will be Physical Test and Viva Voce.
The written test will be of 100 marks and will comprises questions from the following-
- Logical reasoning, aptitude, (ii) Matters relating to History and Culture of Assam and India, (iii) Comprehension and (iv) General Knowledge and Current Affairs .
The answers will have to be marked in an OMR sheet. Candidates will have to use black ball pen only to mark the correct answers in the OMR sheet.