Maharashtra police recruitment 2020

Maharashtra Police:

Maharashtra Police Recruitment 2020 Free Job alert for both Fresher and Experienced Candidates updated on April 19, 2020. Get Direct Official Link for applying Maharashtra Police Recruitment 2020 along with current Maharashtra Police Recruitment official Notification 2020 here. Find all recent Maharashtra Police Vacancies 2020 across India and check all latest Maharashtra Police 2020 job openings instantly here, Know upcoming Maharashtra Police Recruitment 2020 immediately here.

Maharashtra police is state Level police Recruitment Board of Kerala. Maharashtra State Level Recruitment has released  the vacancy notification for the various constable and sub-Inspector post vacancy on the official website

Maharashtra police Recruitment 2020:

Here is good news from Maharashtra Police for all the candidates, The Maharashtra State police Recruitment Board is recently has published the Constable Vacancy notification on official website


  • General (Unreserved) –
  • OBC/ MOBC –
  • SC – 2
  • ST (H) –
  • ST(P) –


  • General (Unreserved) – 5
  • OBC/ MOBC – 2
  • SC – 1
  • ST (H) – 1
  • ST(P) – 1

Physical standards:

Height (Minimum)

Male Female

  • Gen / OBC / MOBC / SC – 162.56 cm
  • ST (H) / ST (P) – 160.02 cm
  • Chest (Only for men) – 80 cm
  • ST (P) /ST (H) – 76 cm


  • Gen / OBC / MOBC / SC – 154.95 cm
  • ST (H) / ST (P) – 152.40 cm

Eligibility Criteria for Maharashtra Police Platoon Commander Posts

  • The candidate must be a graduate in Any recognized College / Institutions affiliated to a recognized University (sub-Inspector)
  • 10th and 12th pass= Constable
  • Must be citizen of India

Age Limit:

18 to 38 years

How to Apply for Maharashtra Police :

The Eligible candidates can apply for the post  website

Application Fee:

There will be no application fee

Delhi Police Notification Details
Qualification sub-inspector= Any GraduateConstable=10th,12th
Job Location Maharashtra
Total Vacancies check official site
Date Added check official site
Last Date to Apply check official site

 How To Apply Maharashtra Online Form :

Read Carefully bellow instruction on follow
Step 01: Visite Official Website and Download advertisement notification PDF.
Step 02 : Carefully read eligibility cratiria and others necessary instruction mention in the Advertisement.
Step 03 : Open Apply online link for filling up the Application form with required details.
Step 04 : Choose Qualification require select your Post Name to Apply
Step 05 : Fill form carefully and attach supporting document, Certificates and Photo Scanned image JPG Format
Step 06 : Check out Details filled form and Press <SUBMIT> Bottom.
Step 07 : Pay Your Application fee done. Next Step
Step 08 : Save the Registration ID Number and Password to your device.
(NOTE : Take a printout of application for further reference)

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About The Maharashtra police:

Maharashtra, the third largest State in 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 Commissionerates system for policing its large cities. The State has 10 Commissionerates and 36 district police units. Details about these units as well as special units of Maharashtra Police Department are available under sub-head “Districts & Commissionerates and “Special Units of MPD” on the menu bar of the home page.

The motto of Maharashtra Police is ′सद् रक्षणाय खलनिग्रहणाय′ . It means that Maharashtra Police is committed to PROTECTING THE RIGHTOUS AND CONTROLLING & ANNIHILATING THE EVIL. Maharashtra Police is headed by Director General of Police. The State police Head Quarter is located at Mumbai.

The Maharashtra Police Headquarters was shifted to the present heritage building in Year 1982. At that time, the state police force with a strength of 87000 was headed by an officer of the rank of Inspector General of Police. Today, the force has increased beyond 2,00,000 and is headed by the Director General of Police.

The present heritage building has a long history. The construction of this building, as the Royal Alfred Sailors Home, commenced in Feb.1872 and was completed in 1876 at a cost of Rs.3,66,629 (Rs.2000 less than the estimated cost !). His Highness Maharaja Khanderao Gaekwad of Baroda had donated Rs.200,000 for this prestigious building.

This building was conceived to commemorate the visit of the Duke of Edinburgh in 1870. The duke laid the Foundation, during his visit, at the lower end of Hornby Row. This site, however, was changed and the foundation stone was re laid on a new site when construction commenced on February 18th, 1872.

Architect Stevens designed this 270 feet long and 58 feet wide building ingeniously using blue basalt in the facing with different colored natural stones in the detailing, to impart an incredible polychromatic effect, which were used in many of the building he later designed.

The building is divided into two wings, the north one being 110 feet by 58 feet and the south wing was originally allocated as quarters for the superintendent. Dining rooms for officers and sailors were located to the north end of the ground floor with a grand entrance hall with a paneled teak ceiling at the centre. Iron railings placed on neatly designed ground arches protect the blue basalt stone stairs. The southern half of the ground floor accommodated a large library, the superintendent′s office and storerooms. The entire north wing of the first floor was set apart for the officer′s dormitory. The remainder portion of this section and the second floor, with the exception of a small portion at the extreme south of the building was used by seamen. In the yard were servant′ quarters and a fine bowling and a skittle alley.

The Home was built to accommodate 20 officers and 100 seamen, with provision for additional accommodation when needed. A sculpture of Neptune in has-relief adorns the pediment at the top, with red Mangalore tiles on the pitched roof. The sculptures were crafted by students of the J J School of Art under the supervision of John Lockwood Kipling (father of renowned writer, Rudyard Kipling), who had been appointed Professor of Architectural Sculpture at the School in 1865.

The entire work was carried out under the supervision of J H E Hart, MICE from February to November 1872; Col J A Fuller, RE from November 1872 to February 1876 with F W Stevens as Executive Engineer in charge and Sitaram Khanderao Vaidya as Overseer.

This building was acquired by the Govt. in 1928 at a cost of Rs.4,44,375 from the Committee of the Royal Alfred Sailors Home for the use of the Bombay Legislative Council. In the late 1930s, the Sailors Home became the seat of the Legislative Council. A new Council Hall with a Capacity to accommodate around 148 meRank Math SEOmbers was constructed behind it and connected by the corridor to the main building. Designed by the Consulting Architect to the Govt., J Mercer, the walls of the Council Hall were built of stone with a yellow basalt facing with the roof in reinforced concrete built on steel girders. A unique feature incorporated in the building was the flooring of the main Chamber in rubber asbestos. The Council Hall was probably the first building in Bombay to be equipped with an air-conditioning plant. For several years, the main building functioned as the Legislative Assembly until the new Council Hall was built in 1982.

The building houses the offices the offices of the Director-General of Police and is the nerve centre of the policy making, planning and implementation for the State Police. Shri K.P. Medhekar was the first incumbent in this building. Since then, this building has seen 24 DGs including the present incumbent Shri.Subodh Kumar Jaiswal.

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