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1500 drivers will be recruited through Kaushal Rojgar Nigam Limited

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 Haryana Policedial 112 car
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Haryana Cabinet in its meeting held here today under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, through Haryana Skill Rojgar Nigam Limited to ensure round the clock effective operation and availability of Emergency Response Vehicles (ERVs) across the state with 1500 drivers. Approval was given to the proposal to recruit. This recruitment will be done through Haryana Kaushal Rozgar Nigam Limited (HKRNL) for a period of one year as per the provisions of Section 21 of the Haryana Police Act, 2007.

It was decided in the meeting that a three-member selection board should be constituted under the chairmanship of District Superintendent of Police or Deputy Commissioner of Police (Headquarters) to conduct driving test and interview of eligible candidates. The Deputy Superintendent of Police/Assistant Superintendent of Police of the concerned district or the Superintendent of Police or Commissioner of Police of the concerned district, as the case may be, the designated Assistant Commissioner of Police and the Light Motor Vehicle (LMV) Licensing Authority of the concerned district shall be the members of this Board.

Any candidate having minimum educational qualification of class XII from recognized board with valid driving license will be eligible to apply for the said post. All categories of candidates will be given representation as per the corporation policy and reservation policy of the state government. The selected drivers will work under the supervision of officers at par with a normal police officer and after their selection they will undergo a capsule course of 15 days duration to meet the needs of the police department.


Presently, 630 ERVs have been deployed under ERSS and these have been drawn from the existing manpower of the Department. Each ERV is operated in 2 shifts, consisting of 3 police personnel deployed in one shift, one in-charge, one support staff and one driver. Thus, each ERV requires 4 police officers and 2 police drivers to maintain 2437 operations.

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