With the chances of getting a place in the esteemed government jobs getting slimmer day by day, there is a ray of hope, as Assam Police has released a notification for recruitment (Grades III and IV) and the vacancy is for 756 candidates. Government jobs are the most sought-after jobs because they might not provide one with a lucrative salary, but the stability of the job is what attracts thousands of examinees every year.
Apart from that, there is also a sense of pride that act as a motivator for the examinees—the pride in working for one’s own country. This is a great job opportunity for government job aspirants because anyone within the age limits of 18-54 years can apply for these posts. The online application process has begun from the 3rd of January, 2019 and would commence until the 31st of the same.
While every department is recruiting, the agriculture department is in need of 83 candidates for its Agriculture Extension Assistant post. The Elementary Education and the Animal Husbandry wings of Assam police are also recruiting 44 and 50 chowkidars respectively. The Cultural Affairs department is recruiting 6 junior assistants, while there is only 1 vacancy for the post of a stenographer at the district level. Any graduate from any stream may apply for these posts, but they must have completed their education from a recognized university.
Assam Police Recruitment 2019 Full Details
|Organization Name||Assam Police Department (Assam SLPRB)|
|Job Type||State Govt.|
|Job Name||Jr. Assistant, Peon, Khalashi, Typist / Computer Operator, Supervisor & Other Posts|
|Starting Date for Submission of online application||03.01.2019|
|Last Date for Submission of online application||31.01.2019|
Assam Police Recruitment 2019 Post Details:
Name of the Post
Junior Assistant, Khalashi, Helper, Junior Instructors, Store Keeper, Pharmacist, Dresser, Workshop Attendant, Store Attendant, Chowkidar, Mohurrir, Peon, Statistical Assistant, Junior Inspector
Process Server Peon, District and State Level Peons, Chowkidar, Cook, Bearer, Plantation Mali, Khalashi etc.
|Grade III –>||₹ 14000 – 49000 + Grade Pay ₹ 6200|
|Grade IV –>||₹ 12000 – 37500 + Grade Pay ₹ 3900|
The Syllabus of Opportunities
These were some of the figures that can keep the candidate motivated because the chances are not that bad this time around if one prepares for the exam seriously. The syllabus for this exam is not out of the ordinary, but like all competitive exams, it needs a lot of practice. Let us now have a look at the syllabus that one must ideally complete before sitting for the Assam Police Recruitment exam:
- For Junior Assistant aspirants, General Knowledge can play a crucial role because it carries 40 marks and requires the candidate to be aware of the current events that have taken place recently. To ace these questions, the candidate may try reading the newspaper regularly and try to keep a tab on the important social and political events that are going on in the world. Other aspects that a candidate must study are sports, Indian history and economy. Sound knowledge of these subjects can come in handy if one has to score well in this category. Awareness about the Indian Constitution is also advisable because questions on this subject were set in the past.
- The Logical Reasoning part is the second most important part because it carries 30 marks, and the range of topics that have to be covered by the candidate can be quite overwhelming. Questions are set on mirror images, relationship, number series, analogy, among other topics. This is the part that needs quite a lot of practice because time management is a factor that the candidates must keep in mind while attempting these questions.
- General English carries 25 marks, and the candidate is expected to have a good knowledge of English grammar and spellings. Reading a lot might help the candidate pick up a good vocabulary that is required to bag some crucial marks in this section that might prove to be the deciding factor later on.
- Mathematics carries 20 marks but a lot of topics have been thrown in—from compound interest to time and distance. The candidate must know his 10th standard mathematics well in order to score well in this category. Data Interpretation is a frequently repeated area, and the candidate is required to be strong and fast in calculations in order to accurately predict a percentage.
Summing up the Process
Being confident and believing in one’s abilities is a must to successfully crack the Assam Police exam because after the candidate successfully cracks the written exam, he/she is called for an interview. One has to be smart and use his/her presence of mind to answer certain tricky questions that might be asked during these interviews. All being said, the candidate must express his desire to work and make eye contact with the interviewers. A positive body-language always has a positive impact on others and is sure to yield results.