Maharashtra Police is Hiring a Constable Driver.

Maharashtra Police is Hiring a Constable Driver.

Maharashtra Police is Hiring a Constable Driver.

Maharashtra Police is Hiring a Constable Driver. With the vacancy of 1019 posts. HSC candidates can apply before 8th Jan 2020. The selection process will be done on the basis of the Written/Physical Test/Personal Interview and Online Test. The Applying date has been extended to 8th Jan 2020. Any changes in the number of Vacancies will be informed on the official site. Stay Connected to the website for Exam Date, Admit Card, Answer Key. For detail information about Salary/Qualification/Criteria/Eligibility, you can go through this page.


Eligibility Criteria For Constable Driver.

Qualification Age Limit
The HSC pass Candidates can apply. 19-28  Years


Application Fees For Constable Driver.

For Candidates from Gen/EWS/OBC category                       Rs. 450/-
For Candidates from SC/ST/PWD/Women/Ex-Servicemen category                       Rs. 350/-


Pay Scale For Constable Driver.

Name of the Post Pay Matrix
District Police Constable Driver


Railway Police Constable Driver

Level 1 Pay Matrix


Important Dates For Constable Driver.

Application Date 2nd December 2019
Last Date 8th January 2020


Important Links Constable Driver.

For Detail Information visit at
Official Website


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The applicants who are interested in this job can apply on this website

You can apply from 2nd December 2019 to 8th January 2020.

Job Location:- Maharashtra

About Maharashtra Police

Maharashtra, the third-largest state in the Republic of India, has one of the largest police forces in the country. Besides 250 Indian Police Service officers borne on the State Cadre, it consists of 277 Superintendents of Police, 652 Deputy Superintendents of Police, 3530 Inspectors, 4530 Assistant Police Inspectors, 7601 Sub Inspectors and 1,84,745 men (members of constabulary). Maharashtra, a highly industrialized State with large urban conglomerates, has adopted Commission rates system for policing its large cities. The State has 11 Commission rates and 36 district police units. Details about these units as well as special units of Maharashtra Police Department are available under sub-head “Districts & Commission rates and “Special Units of MPD” on the menu bar of the home page.