Jobs 2024: Maharashtra Police has recruited thousands of constable posts, application link will open from tomorrow.

Maharashtra Police Constable Recruitment 2024: Maharashtra Police had released the recruitment notice for the bumper posts of constable a few days ago. Applications for these vacancies will start from tomorrow i.e. Tuesday, March 5, 2024. Those candidates who want to apply for constable posts of Maharashtra Police can fill the form by visiting the official website after the registration link is activated. These posts are of Police Constable, Police Constable Driver and Jail Constable. If you want a police job, you can apply for these recruitments.

Note the important dates

Applications for Maharashtra Police Constable posts will start from tomorrow and the last date to apply is 31 March 2024. Fill the form in the prescribed format before this date. Along with this, also know that the applications will be online only.

Fill the form from these websites

To apply online for Maharashtra Police Constable Recruitment 2024, you can visit either of these two websites – mahapolice.gov.in, policerecruitment2024.mahait.org strong>. Details and updates can also be found from here.

Who can apply

To apply for these posts, it is necessary that the candidate has passed 10th or 12th from a recognized board. Qualification is as per the post and varies. It would be better to check the notice given on the official website to know the details. The age limit for general category is 18 to 28 years. Apply only if eligible.

How much will the fee be?

The fee for applying is as follows. Open category will have to pay Rs 450 as fee. Whereas reserved category candidates will have to pay a fee of Rs 350. If selected, the salary will be Rs 5200-20200 as per the pay band. According to the pay scale it is Rs 21700 – Up to Rs 69100.

How will the selection be done

Selection on these posts will be done after passing several rounds of examination. Like Physical Fitness Test, Skill Test/Driving Test, Written Examination. The selection of only the candidates who pass all the stages will be final. 

Also read: This was the journey of UPSC topper Akshat Jain from IIT to IAS.

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