The system of policing in Mughal India was organized on the basis of land tenure. Zamindars were responsible for apprehending disturbers of the public peace and performing other policing duties. At the level of the village, these functions were performed by the village headmen. In large towns, administration of the police was entrusted to functionaries called kotwals who discharged the combined duties of law enforcement, municipal administration and revenue collection. Patrol officers in form of village watchmen or patels in villages and peons, horse patrolmen and such other like men in the towns were present. Violent organized crime was usually dealt with by the military.
The British administration relieved the zamindars of their responsibility for police service and introduced magistrates with daroghas and other subordinate officers for police purposes. In Madras, the system of daroghas was abolished by Madras Regulation XI of 1816 and the establishment of thetehsildars was employed without distinction in revenue and police duties. A similar system was put in place in Bombay by Bombay Regulation XII of 1827. In Bengal, the system of daroghas was not abolished due to the absence of the subordinate revenue establishment but their powers were curtailed in 1811 by taking away some of their powers of cognizance.
In Bengal special control was introduced in 1808 by the appointment of a Superintendent or Inspector General for the divisions of Calcutta, Dacca and Murshidabad. In 1810 the system was extended to the divisions of Patna, Bareilly and Benares. However, with the appointment of Divisional Commissioners, the office of the Superintendent was abolished.
RECRUITMENT TO 226 TEMPORARY LIKELY TO BE MADE PERMANENT POSTS OF SUB INSPECTOR (BS-14) ON OPEN MERIT BASIS IN THE PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT.
DISTRICT / REGION WISE NUMBER OF POSTS
|55-D/2015||Sheikhupura||(i) Sheikhupura (ii) NankanaSahib(iii) Kasur||00||00||03||03|
|56-D/2015||Gujranwala||(i) Gujranwala (ii) Sialkot(iii) Narowal (iv)Hafizabad |
(v) M.B. Din (vi) Gujrat
|57-D/2015||Rawalpindi||(i) Rawalpindi (ii) Attock(iii) Chakwal (iv) Jhelum||04||01||24||29|
|58-D/2015||Sargodha||(i) Sargodha (ii) Bhakkar(iii) Khushab (iv) Mianwali||00||00||03||03|
|59-D/2015||Faisalabad||(i) Faisalabad (ii) T.T. Singh(iii) Jhang (iv) Chiniot||05||02||28||35|
|60-D/2015||Sahiwal||(i) Sahiwal (ii)Pakpattan(iii) Okara||02||01||13||16|
|61-D/2015||Multan||(i) Multan (ii)Khanewal(iii) Lodhran (iv) Vehari||04||01||25||30|
|62-D/2015||Bahawalpur||(i) Bahawalpur (ii) R.Y. Khan(iii) Bahawalnagar||03||01||15||19|
|63-D/2015||D.G Khan||(i) D.G. Khan (ii)Muzaffargarh(iii) Rajanpur (iv) Layyah||02||01||12||15|
QUALIFICATION: Graduate (second division or equivalent Grade) from a recognized University.
AGE: 20 to 25 Years on 16-11-2015
GENDER: Both Male & Female.
DOMICILE: Candidates domiciled in their respective Districts.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL STANDARD: The candidates with the following minimum Physical Standard shall be eligible to apply.
- a) Height (For Male) 5′ feet and 7” inches. (170.18 cm)
- b) Height (For Female) 5′ feet and 2” inches. (157.48 cm)
- c) Chest (For Male candidates only) 33” x 34½” inches. (83.82 x 87.63 cm)
- d) Visual Standard (Distant & Near Vision) for both Male and Female
Distant vision 6/9 in each eye with or without glasses
Near vision not less than “J-1”. (N-5) for both male and female
Candidates are required to mention Physical standard in their online application form as per Certificate of Physical Standard obtained from the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT of the District Headquarter Hospital or Services Hospital, Lahore or DHQ Hospital from respective Regions.
Relaxation in underage / upper age, qualification and Physical Standard shall not be granted in any case.
- Applicants are required to submit ONLINE Application Forms by the Closing Date which is 16-11-2015.Candidates should fill the online form carefully for which detailed guidelines and instructions have been given on Punjab Public Service Commission’s website www.ppsc.gop.pk. Editing options, to correct any data, will be available to the candidates till the last date of submission of online applications. Applications other than ONLINE will not be accepted.
- Original Treasury receipt of Rs.400/- under head: “C02101-ORGANIZATIONS OF STATE-EXAMINATION FEE REALIZED BY THE PUNJAB PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION”, will be deposited in any branch of State Bank of Pakistan or National Bank of Pakistan or Government Treasury and receipt number will be mentioned in the On-line Application Form. Original receipt will be produced at the time of interview/viva voce, without which candidates will not be allowed to appear in interview / viva voce.
- HARD COPY of ON-LINE Application Form is not needed.
- Candidates are requested to mention their e-mail addresses in the On-Line Application Form. Those who do not have e-mail addresses are advised to create an e-mail account immediately. Correspondence with candidates will be made through E-mail thus add address ([email protected]) into your contacts / address book so as to ensure the delivery of PPSC mail into INBOX rather than into JUNK / SPAM like folder.
- Schedule of written test will be given on PPSC website from where candidates can download their roll numbers and information about date, time and venues. No candidate will be informed about the date of Written Test / Interview individually. The candidates should remain in touch with the Punjab Public Service Commission Office or visit the Commission’s Website www.ppsc.gop.pk for further information.
- IN CASE ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE CANDIDATE IN HIS/HER ONLINE APPLICATION FORM PROVE TO BE INCORRECT AT ANY STAGE, HE/SHE WILL BE DISQUALIFIED AND DISCIPLINARY ACTION WILL BE TAKEN UNDER THE RULES.
- Candidates presently living/residing abroad and having Punjab Domicile may also apply.
- Following documents in original along with a set of photocopy will be required if called for interview / viva voce.
- a) Treasury Receipt of fee deposited.
- b) Matriculation Certificate or in case of ‘O’ Level, equivalent certificate from Inter Board Committee of Chairman (IBCC) Islamabad showing total/ obtained marks, date of birth or school leaving certificate showing date of birth.
- c) Intermediate Certificate / ‘A’ level along with equivalent qualification.
- d) Bachelor / Master Degrees / Detailed marks of relevant academic certificates issued by the Controller of Examinations.
- e) Certificate of Physical Standard. (For Sr. No. 231, Open Merit)
- f) Domicile certificate of relevant district of Province of Punjab issued on or before the closing date.
- g) In case of Government Servant, Departmental Permission Certificate (available on PPSC website) duly signed and stamped by the competent authority of concerned Department. (For Sr. No. 231,Open Merit)
- h) Original Valid C.N.I.C.
- i) Passport size photograph.
- j) Foreign qualification(s) must be recognized by the HEC and declared equivalent by the Q.E.D.C of the concerned department.
- k) Departmental Permission Certificate (available on PPSC website) duly signed and stamped by the competent authority i.e. DISTRICT POLICE OFFICER (D.P.O) concerned. (For Sr. No.232, Service Quota).
- l) Experience Certificate issued by the District Police Officer (D.P.O) concerned. (For Sr. No.232, Service Quota).
Important Note: Candidates will be admitted to the written test Provisionally. Detailed scrutiny will be carried out of applications of candidates declared successful in written test, if any candidate is found ineligible in any respect under rules, his /her candidature will be cancelled regardless of the fact whether he / she appeared in the Written Test and qualified therein. To avoid frustration, candidates are advised in their own interest to make sure before applying that they fulfill all the requirements of the rules and selection criteria as advertised relating to the post before the closing date.
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Lahore: 042-99202762, 042-99200161, 99200162,