West Bengal Police Warder Admit Card 2019 has been released and you can download it from our website in our informed manner, you can download it through the official site of WB Police Warder.
Below, all of you have been given a direct link to download the admit card from which you can download your West Bengal Police Warder Admit Card 2019 very easily.
Let us tell you that the exam of West Bengal Police Warder will be on 15 September 2019, for which the admit card has been released online.
Download Your Admit Card
You can download your admit card by clicking on the link given below. Below that, you have been given step by step information to download the admit card, so that you can download it easily.
How to Download West Bengal Police Warder Admit Card 2019
STEP 1. First of all visit the official site of WB Police Warder from the link box below.
STEP 2. On the homepage of its official website, you will see a link of WB Police Warder Admit Card 2019 on which you have to click.
STEP 3. After clicking on the link, you can download your admit card from here by entering your registration number. Apart from this, you may need Application Number, Date of Birth and Verification Code.
STEP 4. After filling the complete information, you can download your admit card.
|Exam Date||15 Sept 2019|
|No. of Posts||816|
|Download Admit Card||Click Here|
|Official Website||Go Here|
West Bengal Police
The West Bengal Police is one of the two police forces in the Indian state of West Bengal. (The other is Kolkata Police, which has a separate jurisdiction.)
During the British Raj the West Bengal Police was reorganized under the provisions of the Police Act 1861. It is headed by an officer designated as Director General of Police who reports to the state government through the Home (Police) Department. Shri Virendra, an IPS officer of 1985 batch, is the DG and IGP of West Bengal Police since June 1, 2018.
The West Bengal Police has jurisdiction with the state’s eighteen revenue districts (excluding the metropolis of Kolkata), which include one of the two general police districts of West Bengal under the Police Act 1861. Other general police officers include the major parts of the metropolitan area of Kolkata, and a separate police force (Kolkata Police) has been formed and administered under the Calcutta Police Act 1866 and the Calcutta (Suburban Police) Act 1866. Unique in India, this system was conceived during the colonial period, Calcutta was the capital of British India. The city police is kept independent of the state police force.