Delhi Police Recruitment 2018: 707 Multi Tasking Staff Post
Delhi Police invites applications form eligible candidates for the posts of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) (Civilian) in various trades.
Total Posts: 707
Name of the Post: Multi Tasking Staff (MTS)
- Cook : 253 posts (UR-127, OBC-102, SC-07, ST-17) (Ex.SM-25) (PWD-08)
- Water Carrier : 54 posts (UR-27, OBC-20, SC-05, ST-02) (Ex.SM-05) (PWD-02)
- Safai Karmchari : 237 posts (UR-119, OBC-62, SC-05, ST-51) (Ex.SM-24) (PWD-07)
- Mochi (Cobbler) : 14 posts (UR-07, OBC-04, ST-03) (Ex.SM-01)
- Dhobi (Washerman) : 68 posts (UR-34, OBC-23, SC-02, ST-09) (Ex.SM-07) (PWD-02)
- Tailor : 16 posts (UR-09, OBC-04, SC-01, ST-02) (Ex.SM-02) (PWD-08)
- Daftri : 03 posts (UR-01, OBC-01, ST-01) (Ex.SM-25) (PWD-08)
- Mali (Gardener) : 16 posts (UR-08, OBC-06, ST-02) (Ex.SM-02)
- Barber : 39 posts (UR-22, OBC-04, SC-07, ST-04) (Ex.SM-04) (PWD-01)
- Carpenter : 07 posts (UR-05, OBC-02)
Age Limit as on 16.01.2018: Minimum 18 & Maximum 27 years for General, 30 years for OBC, 32 years for SC/ST.
Educational Qualification: Matriculation (10th Pass) or equivalent or ITI in the Trade from any government recognised institute/board.
Application Fee: No fee
Pay Scale: Rs.18000-56900/-
Selection Process : Through Written Test & Trade Test.
How to Apply : Eligible and Interested candidates may apply Online through the website http://ssconline.nic.in.
- Starting Date For Submission Of Online Application : 17.12.2017
- Last Date For Submission Of Online Application : 16.01.2018
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification http://www.delhipolice.nic.in/recruitment.html
About Delhi Police
Delhi has a long past of policing thru the renowned institution of the Kotwal. Malikul Umara Faqruddin is said to be the initial Kotwal of Delhi. Because of his honesty and wisdom he had a very long term, holding the post thru the regions of 3 Sultans Balban, Kaikobad & Kaikhusrau.
An organized form of policing was recognized by the British afterward the first war of freedom in 1857, with the acceptance of the Indian Police Act in 1861. Delhi being a portion of the Punjab, stayed a unit of the Punjab Police even after becoming the Capital of India in the year 1912. In the same time, the initial Chief Commissioner of Delhi was selected and was bestowed with the controls and tasks of the Inspector General of Police.
Delhi Police was reorganized in the year 1946 when its power was almost doubled up. In waken of the partition, a big influx of immigrant population moved in and there was a loud rise in crime in the year 1948. It was on February 16th 1948 that the foremost IGP of Delhi was selected and the total asset of Delhi Police was enlarged by 1951 to around 8,000 with one Inspector General of Police & eight Superintendents of Police. With the increase in the population of Delhi, the asset of Delhi Police kept on growing and in the year 1961, it was above 12,000. Currently, the authorized strength of Delhi Police is 83,762.
The admit card for the employment will be obtainable after accomplishment apply procedure. Candidates can get their admit card from the official site by their Application Id. Admit card will have info about exam center, candidates roll no. date & time of exam etc.