Candidates must fall within the specified age range, typically between 18 and 28 years, although age relaxations may apply for certain categories as per government rules.
Aspiring candidates must have completed at least a 10+2 (Intermediate) or a graduation degree from a recognized board or university.
Candidates must meet the prescribed physical standards, including height, chest measurements, and visual acuity, as specified in the recruitment notification.
Reserved category candidates, ex-servicemen, and other special category candidates may be eligible for age relaxations as per Punjab Police recruitment guidelines.
Candidates must possess valid and recognized educational certificates to support their eligibility claims during the document verification process.
Qualified candidates will be required to participate in the PET, which assesses their physical fitness through tasks such as running, long jump, and high jump.
Shortlisted candidates will undergo a thorough medical examination to ensure they meet the required health standards necessary to perform police duties.
Candidates should possess good character, a clean background, and should not have any criminal records or pending criminal cases.
Some recruitment cycles may require candidates to be permanent residents of Punjab or fulfill specific domicile requirements as per the state government rules.
Candidates must maintain accurate records of their educational qualifications, age proof, caste certificate, and other necessary documents to provide during the recruitment process.