The Punjab Police is always eager to welcome intelligent, motivated, and friendly people to its ranks. Police officers are recruited in three ranks. Each district periodically recruits officers in the rank of constable. Such recruitment is usually made once or twice a year. The number of vacancies and the schedule for examination is advertised well in advance. Information on upcoming recruitment events for constables can be obtained by clicking here. A person must have passed the Secondary School Certificate (Matriculation) examination, be at least 5 feet and 7 inches tall, have a chest measuring at least 34.5 inches when fully inflated and 33 inches when deflated, and be between 18 and 26 years of age on the date mentioned in the vacancy announcement. Candidates for constable’s positions in the Punjab Highway Patrol need to have passed the FA examination. Application forms are issued and deposited at the DPO offices in each district and written and physical tests are conducted on the dates advertised.
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Punjab Public Service Commission is the oldest Public Service Commission in the country and was established in April 1937 under the Government of India Act, 1935. The act was adapted in 1947 after independence. Its functions were defined explicitly in the1956 and 1962 constitutions as wefll. On creation of one unit the Commission was renamed as the West Pakistan Public Service Commission until 1st July 1970 and on dismemberment of one unit it was again named as Punjab Public Service Commission.
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