POLICE EXAMINATION

POLICE EXAMINATION

The Department of Police (DoP), also known as Delhi Police, is the main law and order agency for the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). It does not have jurisdiction over the adjoining areas of the National Capital Region. Vast career opportunities are available in Delhi Police at various levels. Some of the important recruitments are the following:

i) Constable
ii) Ministerial Cadre
iii) Sub-Inspector
iv) Assistant Commissioner of Police

Recruitment of Constables (Male & Female) in Delhi Police is done by a Recruitment Board appointed by Commissioner of Police. Candidates from all parts of country are eligible for recruitment. The vacancies are notified in the concerned Employment Exchange of Delhi and Central Employment Exchange on all India Basis. Besides, vacancies are also advertised in News Papers/Rozgar Samachar inviting application for open competition. And also available in www.pinnacleinstitute.co.in  The applicants are required to appear for Physical Examination, Written Test and Interview.

Direct Recruitment to the Ministerial Cadre is made only in the rank of Head Constable (Ministerial) and of Stenographers in the rank of Assistant Sub-Inspector. Competitive examination for this purpose is held for which candidates from open competition as well as from the department are eligible. Vacancies are also advertised in News Papers/Rozgar Samachars.

For Sub-Inspectors Staff Selection Commission places advertisements from time to time.

For Assistant Commissioner of Police the entire process is conducted and carried out by the Union Public Service Commission and candidates are selected through Civil Services Examination.

What You Can Expect In The Written Exam… Before you take the police exam, it’s vital that you understand what you’ll be facing. First, less than 1/3 of all the people that take the police exam will pass it on the first go. Why is this percentage so low?. Many candidates make the mistake of going into the exam thinking it will be easy or a “walk in the park”…when in reality, it is far from that. Because of this attitude, they put off studying and they pay the price of failure in the end. 

There is no doubt that training to become a law enforcement officer is difficult, but it is only by means of focused and specialized training and instruction that you will be able to do the job that you will be called upon to do. That is why you have to prove that you are capable by means of the Police Officer Entrance Exam, and why it is so difficult to pass. However, there is something about it that many fail to understand. Also, why do so many capable people fail? One answer is that many tests and exam questions are looking for a high degree of analytical and logical thinking.

(B) Age - limits:

20-25 years as on 1st August of the year of examination.

 

(Certain categories of persons including departmental candidates are eligible for age relaxation)

 

(C) Educational Qualification

Degree of a recognized university or an equivalent qualification.

Candidates appearing in the degree exam are allowed to appear at the exam but are required to submit proof of passing alongwith the Detailed Application Forms which are to be submitted after qualifying the written test, medical standards test and Physical Efficiency Tests (PET)

 

(D) Both Males and Females are eligible for CISF and CRPF. For SSB, BSF and ITBP only Male candidates are eligible.

 

 

 

Written Examination

PAPER-I

General Ability and Intelligence (Objective Type)

250 Marks

PAPER-II

Essay, Precis writing and comprehension (Conventional Type)

150 Marks

PHYSICAL AND MEDICAL STANDARDS TEST

To be conducted only of candidates who qualify the written examination.

Interview for Personality Test

200 Marks

 

Paper I :- General Studies covering Current affairs, History of India, Geography of India and the world, Indian polity and Governance, Economic and social development, Environmental issues,General Science

Paper II :- Aptitude test comprising Comprehension, Interpersonal skills, Logical reasoning and analytical ability, Decision making and problem solving, General mental ability, Basic numeracy and English Language Comprehension skills

Paper III :- English Language paper. This paper would be of Matriculation standard and qualifying in nature only. Its marks will not be counted for preparation of merit ranking.

Paper IV :- Essay paper. It will comprise two essays, one on security aspect and the other on various developmental aspect of the society.

Paper V:- General Studies paper covering various aspects like Elementary Principles of Public Law, State Policy, Fundamental Rights, Human Rights, Disaster Management, National Security etc.

Part B PAPERS OF DESCRIPTIVE TYPE

Paper III : English (200 marks / 3 hours duration) :- This will be a qualifying test only of Matriculation or equivalent standard. The aim of the paper is to test the candidate’s ability to read and understand serious discursive prose, and to express his ideas clearly and correctly, in English. The pattern of questions would be broadly as follows (indicative only) :—

  1. Comprehension of given passages;
  2. Precis Writing;
  3. Usage and Vocabulary;
  4. Paragraphs writing;

Note I : Answer to all questions in this Paper will have to be attempted in English only.

Paper IV : Essay ( 200 Marks/ three hours duration) Candidates will be required to write two Essays. One topic will pertain to Indian Society/ politics/ Economy/Development, Growth and related aspects. The other topic will pertain to security and related matters. Candidates will be expected to keep closely to the subject of the essay to arrange their ideas in orderly fashion, and to write concisely. Credit will be given for effective and exact expression.

Paper V : General Studies (200 Marks/ three hours duration) The questions will be such as to test a candidate’s awareness of a variety of subjects and are likely to test the candidate’s basic understanding of all relevant issues, and ability to analyze, and take a view on conflicting socio-economic goals, objectives and demands. The candidates must give relevant, meaningful and succinct answers. Note : This paper can be answered by the Candidates either in English or in Hindi. Attempting answers in any other language or use of ‘mixed’ language (i.e. partly in English and partly in Hindi) is not permissible. Syllabus: a) A brief idea about History and Geography of India.

b) Constitution of India and Indian Polity: This part will include questions on the Constitution of India, as well as all constitutional, legal, administrative and other issues emerging from the politico administrative system prevalent in the country.

c) Current National Issues and Topics of Social Relevance -

This part is intended to test the Candidate’s awareness of current National issues and topics of social relevance in the present-day India, such as the following :

  1. The Indian economy and issues relating to planning, mobilization of resources, growth, development and employment.
  2. Issues arising from the social and economic exclusion of large sections from the benefits of development.
  3. Other issues relating to the development and management of human resource.
  4. Health issues including the management of Public Health, Health education and ethical concerns regarding health-care.
  5. Law enforcement and related issues such as the preservation of communal harmony.
  6. Issues relating to good governance and accountability to the citizens including the maintenance of human rights, and of probity in public life.
  7. Environmental issues, ecological preservation, conservation of natural resources and national heritage.
  8. India’s diversity, unity amidst diversity and pluralism as a part of the functioning of Indian Society. Conflicts due to political, economic, social and cultural reasons. Conflict resolution.
  9. Democratic rights and privileges of citizens. Emerging social changes/trends relevant to governance.
  10. National Security: Structure and functions of Defense Forces, Para Military Forces and Police. Origin, growth and dimensions of fundamentalism, militancy and terrorism. Local, regional, national and international dimensions of organized crime and terrorism; and efforts at countering them. "White-collar" and cyber crime, money laundering and tax-havens. Technology in crime detection, prevention and investigation, including forensics. Weapons and weapons training that a uniformed officer should be aware of. Food security, energy security, water security, technological self-reliance as a part of security objectives, Disaster Management including natural and man made disasters.
  11. Statistical Analysis, graph and diagrams : This part will test the candidate’s ability to draw conclusions from information presented in Statistical, graphical or diagrammatically form and to interpret them.

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