Bihar New Vacancy 2023 |Bihar Police New Vacancy 2023 (News)
About Post : Various police departments of Bihar has declared that, there is vacant 75543 new vacancies ,which are to be filled in next upcoming months &year . In these vacancies ,there are 6 DSP Post ,23653 Sub Inspector Post .35774 Constable and 8927 Driver Constable. In next upcoming time this vacancies are to be filled. There are Total vacancies of 68360 Post To Be Filled By Recruitment.
|Bihar Various Police Department Recruitment Board
68,360 Post New Recruitment 2023
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Vacant Seat Total Post : 68,360
|Sub Inspector SI||–||–||–||–||–||–||–||23,658|
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|NOTE :बीते दिनों 1 अप्रैल 2023 को बिहार पुलिस मुख्यालय में एडीजी जितेंद्र सिंह गंगवार ने एक प्रेस कॉन्फ्रेंस की।जिसमें उन्होंने बताया कि बिहार पुलिस के अलग-अलग विभाग में लगभग 75543 पद खाली हैं । जिसको भरा जाना है इसमें से 7183 पद विभाग के आंतरिक प्रमोशन से भरा जाएगा ,बाकी के 68360 पद नए आने वाले भर्ती के अंतर्गत भरे जाएंगे । इस प्रेस कॉन्फ्रेंस में उन्होंने यह साफ किया कि खाली पदों की संख्या में कांस्टेबल के 35774 पद ,ड्राइवर कांस्टेबल के 8927 पद ,तथा Sub Inspector यानी दरोगा के 23653 पद खाली हैं ।इसमें DSP के भी 6 पद खाली, हैं जो कि बिहार राज्य सेवा आयोग के अंतर्गत भरा जाता है । उन्होंने विभिन्न विभागों को खाली पदों के बारे में जानकारी भेज दी है आने वाले समय में इनकी भर्तियां आने की पूरी पूरी उम्मीद है |
सबसे पहले Constable और SI यानी दरोगा के पद भरे जाएंगे इनकी भर्तियों का नोटिफिकेशन आने वाले कुछ महीनों में देखने को मिल सकता है ।
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About (BPSSSC) Bihar SI Vacancy 2023
Bihar Police Subordinate Services Commission (BPSSC) Bill was passed in Bihar State Assembly on 31 March 2016. The Government created the commission in order to handle the recruitment of subordinate staff of only those departments where the recruits covered are required to abide by certain physical fitness norms and also have to wear prescribed uniforms. These recruitment were previously being handled by Staff Selection Commission which was heavily burdened. Large scale vacancies in various government departments prompted the government to bring in BPSSC bill.
Bihar Police Subordinate Services Commission is tasked with recruitment of Group C staff of Bihar Government where the recruits covered are required to abide by certain physical fitness norms and also have to wear prescribed uniforms. The departments concerned for recruitment by the commission are police, jail, forest and excise. Government posts with grade pay of Rs 4,200 are recruited through the commission. These posts include sub-inspector (SI), company commander (home guards), fire station officer, assistant jail superintendent, sub-inspector (excise),Constable and forest guard, among others.
BPSSC is a four-member body, including chairman, who should be DG or ADG rank officer from the police department (Retired or Serving officer). The commission also includes one Member Secretary and two Members. While manning BPSSC, mandatory representation has to be given to scheduled caste (SC) and scheduled tribe (ST) categories.
Central Selection Board of Constable was created by the Governor of Bihar in 2008 by making amendments to Bihar Police Manual.This amendment instituted the board and gave it the power to conduct written as well as physical fitness examinations and create the merit list according to the merits of the applicants and the rules of reservation. The first Chairman of the Board was Sunit Kumar
The Bihar Public Service Commission (Conditions of Service) Regulations, 1960 was framed by the State of Bihar in exercise of the powers conferred by Article 318 of the Constitution of India and in supersession of the Regulation published with the Appointment Department’s notification no. A-2654 dated 31st March 1953. Under Rule 3 of the Regulations, 1960 the Commission was constituted with a Chairman and 10 (ten) other members. The strength of members was reduced to 6 (six) after bifurcation of the State of Bihar and the State of Jharkhand vide notification no. 7/PSC-1013/95 (Part-3) Per 8262 dated 9th October 2002 of the Personnel & Administrative Reforms Department, Bihar.
The Mandate of Bihar Public Service Commission:
Article 320 and 321 of the Constitution of India prescribes the mandate of the State Public Service Commissions, which is –
- Recruitment by conduct of Competitive Examinations/ through interviews to the services of the State Government.
- Advising the State Government on the suitability of officers on appointment on promotion as well as transfer from one service to the other.
- Advising the State Government on the matters related with recruitment to various services and posts, framing and amendment of recruitment Rules.
- Advising the State Government in all disciplinary cases relating to different civil services.
- Advising the State Government in the matter of grant of extraordinary pension, reimbursement of legal expenses, etc.
- Advising the State Government on any matter referred to the Commission by the Governor of Bihar.
Recruitment is made by two methods –
- Direct Recruitment – Direct recruitment is made mainly by way of conducting competitive examination in which the selection is done on the basis of either of the following procedures:
- Main (Written) Examination and Interview of the successful candidates of the Preliminary Test prescribed under rules.
- Written Examination and Interview.
- Promotion – Promotion is granted to civil servants through the Departmental Promotion Committee (under the chairmanship of the Commission) constituted for the same and in accordance with the rules framed by the State Government.
Article 323 of the Constitution of India prescribes for the submission of annual report of the work done by the State Public Service Commission to the Governor of the State. The Bihar Public Service Commission accordingly submits annual report of the work done by the Commission to the Governor of Bihar.