MBAs, MTechs, lawyers part of Haryana police's new constable recruitsLast updated on May 19, 2018, 12:10 am
Almost half of Haryana's new police constable recruits hold professional degrees like MBAs, MTechs, and law degrees, or have attained higher education, said a senior police official.
The new constables are currently in training and will graduate on May 20.
The graduation of the 84th batch of the Recruit Basic Course (RBC) will be attended by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
Details regarding the Haryana Police's new recruits
Earlier, the Haryana Staff Selection Committee had issued a notification inviting applications to fill 4,225 constable posts in the Haryana Police.
Of the 4,225 candidates selected, 3,827 hail from rural areas while the remaining 398 are from urban areas, said Haryana Director General of Police, BS Sandhu.
The graduation of the 84th batch of the RBC will see the Haryana Police force significantly strengthened.
The qualifications of the new candidates
The DGP also gave specific figures about the educational qualifications of the new recruits.
Degrees held by the new recruits are as follows - 2 M.Phil, 15 M.Tech, 16 MCA, 36 MBA, 33 M.Sc., 38 M.Com, 103 M.A., 273 B.Tech, 51 BCA, 3 LLB, 434 B.Sc., 215 B.Com, 844 B.A.
2,028 candidates are 10+2 pass, while the rest hold diplomas and other technical degrees.
Details about the training constables receive
The current batch of new constables, which is set to graduate very soon, have been trained in myriad skills, added the DGP.
These include topics of police administration, radio telecom, traffic management, maintenance of law and order, security, the Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, human behavior, community policing and computer learning.
The graduation ceremony will be held at Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban.
- Haryana Police