Last updated on October 3rd, 2022 at 10:06 am
The Government of Maharashtra announced it will begin Maharashtra State Police Bharti 2022 for 20,000 Police constable posts. The home department of the government of Maharashtra will soon release a notification for 7231 posts this October and the remaining seats will be filled in a phased manner. Aspiring applicants must have passed Class 12 from any recognized board by the Government of India, or any State to apply for the exam. For a better and more detailed overview, aspirants must follow the article.
- The exam is held over two phases. (a)Written Exam. (b) Physical test.
- Applicants must have proper physical standards.
- Applicants can visit the official Maharashtra Police link.
Maharashtra State Police Bharti 2022 Vacancies
In Maharashtra State Police Bharti 2022, out of 7231 posts, 4675 posts have been announced district-wise. Vacancies of all other district seats will be released soon. Police Bharti Vacancy gives an idea of the number of seats available in each district and in which department you should apply. You can check the district-wise Police Bharti Vacancy 2022 in the table below.
|Serial No.||Police Division||Vacancy|
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How to apply for Maharashtra State police recruitment 2022?
The Maharashtra state police recruitment 2022 date will be announced soon. Candidates applying for Maharashtra Police Bharti must follow the steps once the recruitment link is out:
- Visit the Official Website of Maharashtra Police.
- Click on https://www.mahapolice.gov.in/police-recruitment/
- Create a Profile and submit the registration.
- Read all the declarations.
- Apply for the post.
- Upload all necessary documents.
- Make payment.
- Take a printout of the Maharashtra Police Bharti 2022 online application form use.
Maharashtra State police Bharti 2022 Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who apply for the Maharashtra State Police Bharti must possess these essential eligibility criteria to sit and qualify for the exam.
He/She/Others must be:
Police Bharti Maharastra Age requirement
- For regular applicants, minimum of 18 years and a maximum of 28 years.
Maharashtra Police AMO Age relaxation
- 5 years of relaxation is granted to Other Backward Classes, Schedule castes, schedule tribes, orphans, women applicants, and differently-abled persons domiciled in the state of Maharastra.
- 10-year relaxations for a sportsperson.
- 3 years of relaxation for Maharastra ex-servicemen.
Maharashtra Police Constable Physical Requirement
For the post of police Constable, aspiring applicants must have:
|Chest||Not less than 79 cm||NA|
Maharashtra Police Constable Education Qualification
Candidates applying for the post of Police constable must have passed higher education (12) from the Maharashtra State Board or any other recognized by the Government of India.
Maharashtra Police Bharti Number of Attempts
Applicants can sit for the exam till they attain the upper age limit in their respective categories
Maharashtra Police Bharti Selection Process
The recruitment for the post of Constable is done in two phases, a) Ground test – 50 marks. b) Written test. Candidates need to qualify for the Maharashtra police Bharti 2022 physical test in order to sit for the written test in phase 2.
|Category (For Male)||Marks|
|Category (For Female)||Marks|
|Shot put (4 kgs)||15|
|Subject||Number of Questions * Marks|
- 90 minutes to complete the written test.
- Must score a minimum of 40%.
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Maharashtra Police Bharti Syllabus
Candidates need to cover the basics of class 10 level Arithmetic, General Intelligence, General Knowledge, and Current Affairs.
Maharashtra Police Bharti FAQs
For Police Bharti 2022 age limit is, candidates must not be less than 18 years of age or more than 28 years. Reserved candidates must check the official notification when released.
Male candidates need to have 165 cm height and 79 cm chest, whereas female candidates must not be less than 158 cm.
Candidates must pass the 50 marks physical test in order to sit for the 100 marks Written test.
The government has announced recruitment for 20,000 posts out of which 7231 posts will be filled immediately.
No, there is no negative marking on the exam paper.