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Rajasthan Police recruitment 2017:- Rajasthan Police has release notification for constable bharti. Eligiable candidates who are willing to join Raj Police can apply from today ( 23rd oct 2017).  Aspirant should read notification and full details before apply for this. Here in this post I am trying to share you all the information which are required for Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017.


Rajasthan Police Bharti 2017:-  Rajasthan Police has discharged nitty gritty warning for Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment 2017. Total 5500 empty constable posts have been told. The opportunities will be filled on the premise of composed exam and physical tests. The application form for Rajasthan Police Constable 2017 has been discharged on October 23, 2017. Competitors keen on Rajasthan Police Constable Operator, Constable Driver, and GD Constable posts may apply on the web. The connection to fill the form is being given on this page. Rajasthan Police has point by point the choice procedure, application process, qualification criteria, cutoff and various other data about Rajasthan Police Constable 2017. The applicants may check everything from this page. Additionally, all the most recent news for Rajasthan Police Constable exam 2017 will be refreshed on this page.


Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment 2017

Out of the reported 5500, 2% opening (110 posts) are held for the games class hopefuls. The subtle elements for the applicant having a place with every class is given toward the finish of this page. The critical dates have been reported yet. In any case, when it will be discharged we will refresh it in the table underneath.


Accessibility of Application Form               23 Oct 2017

Last date to apply             21 Nov 2017

Admit Card         25 Nov 2017 (Tentative)

Rajasthan Police Constable CBT will be hung on 1st seven day stretch of December 2017

Declaration of Result      To be reported soon


The connection underneath will prompt the occasion pages of the enlistment. There, the applicants will get a top to bottom data about that specific occasion.


Qualification Criteria for Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment 2017


The hopefuls need to fulfill every single qualification criteria keeping in mind the end goal to be enlisted as a Constable with the Rajasthan Police. The breaking point and unwinding are according to govt rules.


Age Limit: The age of the yearning competitors ought to be between 18 to 23 years. This is appropriate as on January 01, 2018 (if the application shape is discharged in 2017). Be that as it may, just for the post of Constable (Driver) and Ex-Servicemen the upper age confine is 26 and 42 years, individually.

5 years are relaxed on the upper age constrain for SC/ST/OBC hopefuls and Females of General Category.

10 years on upper age limit are relaxed for Females candidates of SC/ST/OBC category.

Relaxation on the upper age constrain for applicants go under State Government Employee is 10 years.


Training Qualification: 8 or 10 pass applicants may apply for the enlistment and will be set with Armed Police/Intelligence or RAC/MBC. Nonetheless, hopefuls seeking to be Constable (Operator) in PTC ought to have qualified Higher Secondary (10+2) with Physics and Mathematics as center subjects.


Class 10 and 8 hopefuls need to submit pass authentication before PET.


About Rajasthan Police

Rajasthan Police Service was framed in January 1951 and qualified officers from everywhere throughout the State were selected. This denoted the start of Rajasthan Police as we probably am aware it today. The past royal States constituting Rajasthan changed impressively in measure, populace, income assets, regulatory techniques and practices. This was properly reflected in the piece and ability of security powers they had kept up for lawfulness capacities. Be that as it may, with the merger of these States, their police powers were amalgamated into a solitary police drive, which was known as Rajasthan Police.


Filling of Rajasthan Police Constable Application Form 2017


The application form for Rajasthan Police is being given on the web, on The connection to apply online is additionally being given on this page. To apply, the competitors need to acquire a token from CSC/E-mitra Kiosks. At that point with the assistance of the token number, the hopefuls can login and fill subtle elements in the application frame. Once, the hopeful has connected effectively, they get the Unique Application ID. The ID is to be secured securely. The application charge for Rajasthan Constable Exam 2017 is:


Rs. 400 for the General and OBC classification applicants.

Rs. 350 for the competitors having a place with SC/ST class.


Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment Process 2017

There are a few levels which the hopefuls should qualify keeping in mind the end goal to be selected. The choice will be done on the premise of legitimacy, which will be designated according to the execution in

PC Based Test

Physical Standard Test

Physical Endurance Test

Proficiency Test

Extraordinary Qualification.


Be that as it may, the competitors will likewise need to get past the Medical Examination and Document Verification round.


Rajasthan Police Contact Details:

Official Website:

Helpline Number for Application Process: 9076569675


Candidates who are physically fit and looking for govt jobs in Rajasthan have golden chance of govt. jobs. If you have any query or doubt about Rajasthan Police Recruitment 2017 you can ask me in comment section and keep visit official website for latest update about this bharti. While applying for constable bharti facing any trouble you can reach them directly on helpline mention above in this post.

Wish you all the best for recruitment.


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  1. Kaju Thakur

    I have submitted the form of Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment 2017, after submission of the form I came up with a mistake in my form, My Home State is not CHANDIGARH,it is BIHAR, and my Hometown is MUZAFFARPUR. Can I edit my form and make it correct? Please reply me.

    My CONSTABLE RECRUITMENT FORM Details are as under:
    DOB- 27/01/1998
    Tran. Ref. No.- 100176231
    Tran. No.- 17069744290
    Tran. date- 13/11/2017

    1. Sachin Luhach

      Aap dobara fill up kr do form ko

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