Delhi Police Constable Syllabus 2020 provided below. Check Delhi Police Constable Computer-based examination CBT Exam pattern and study guide below. The candidates who have successfully applied for the Delhi police constable post are eagerly looking for syllabus and exam pattern of examination. We will like to tell the candidates that they have landed on the right page. Detailed information about the Delhi police constable exam syllabus along with the exam pattern is provided in this article.
The authority has declared Delhi police constable 5846 posts collectively for males and females. The notification was out on the official portal on 01/08/2020 and the opening for online application was started on the same date. The last date to apply for job recruitment is 09/09/2020. Applicants who have applied for job recruitment needs to clear the Computer-based examination and Physical Endurance/Measurement test to get selected for Delhi police constable.
Delhi Police Constable Syllabus 2020
Syllabus for Delhi police constable will cover the important aspects of the General Knowledge, Reasoning, Numeric Ability, and questions regarding computer fundamentals. Candidates need to have complete details about the Delhi police constable syllabus before starting the preparation for examinations. The mool mantra for achieving success in the examination can be done through proper preparation for the course. Examination syllabus helps to focus only on the important topics for the examination.
Applicants can now have detailed information about the exam syllabus and exam pattern on this article. Direct links will be provided to download the Delhi police constable notification through which the applicants can have an overview about the examinations.
Delhi PC Recruitment 2020 Complete Analysis
Please refer to the complete details provided in the table below.
|Authority||Government of Delhi|
|Category||Delhi Police Constable Syllabus 2020|
|Post||Delhi Police Constable|
|Starting date to apply||01/08/2020|
|Last date to apply||09/09/2020|
|Selection process||Computer-based examination and Physical Endurance test|
|Apply online||Click Here|
|Delhi police constable Syllabus||Check Here|
Delhi Police Examination Pattern
The examination pattern for the recruitment of constable under Delhi police will follow the given procedure.
Computer Based Examinations (CBT)
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Applicants have to appear initially for the computer-based examination conducted by the authority. The examination will have the provision of negative marking in it. The examination will be of 100 marks and time duration for the examination is 90 minutes. Have a detail of the computer-based examinations below.
|Category||Subjects||Total Question||Total Marks|
|Part A||General Knowledge/ Current Affairs||50||50|
|Part B||Reasoning Ability||25||25|
|Part C||Mental Aptitude||15||15|
|Part D||Computer Basics Test||10||19|
- There is no sectional time limit for the category examination mentioned above. All the sections to be completed altogether in the time limit of 90 minutes.
- There is a provision of negative marks in the examination which will be of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.
- Language for the computer-based test shall be bilingual (Hindi and English)
- After the completion of a written test, the authority will publish the answer key for examination. Applicants can raise the question regarding their query on the answers printed on the answer key and for that, they have to pay 100 Rs for each question.
Delhi police constable Examination Syllabus for Written Examinations
Questions will be asked from the subject of Reasoning, Mental Aptitude, Computer, and Current affairs. Applicants need to go through the complete syllabus given in the official notification. The level of examination will be matriculation/class 12th based.
|Reasoning Ability||Questions regarding the non-verbal and verbal reasoning aptitude will be covered in this section. Applicant must know how to differentiate between images and should have a good knowledge of spatial orientation, discrimination observations, coding and decoding, spatial visualization, Artimetical Figures, and Reasons. There are several books in the market which cover both verbal and non-verbal reasoning aptitude syllabus.|
|General Knowledge/ Current Affairs||Question from latest trending topics will be asked in this category. Applicant needs to have a complete knowledge about the six month activity both national and international in the field of History, Sports, Culture, Indian Economy, General Polity, Scientific Research, Famous Personality etc. Applicant can refer to the different general knowledge guide to prepare for the examination.|
|Mental Aptitude||Questions will be asked regarding the topic of Whole Numbers, Number Systems, Ratio and Proportion, Computation of Whole Numbers, Fundamental Arithmetical operations, Averages, Profit and Loss, Percentages, Decimals and Fractions, Ratios, Time and Work, Discount, Interests, SI, CI, Mensuration, etc.|
|Computer Basics Test||Question for the examination will be asked from the topic of Word Processing elements that includes Opening and Closing Documents, Word Processing Basics, Text Creation, Formatting the Text, and its presentation features.|
Communication ( WWW and Web Browsers, Internet, (Internet, Services on Internet, URL, HTTP, FTP, Web sites, Blogs, Web Browsing Software, Search Engines)
MS Excel, Chat E-banking, and Video Confercering, etc.
Physical Endurance and Measurement Test (PE&MT)
The applicant has to clear the two rounds of test under the physical test. Firstly, the applicant has to undergo the Physical endurance test and after qualifying the PET, shortlisted candidates will move to the next round of test i.e. Physical Measurement Test. The Details of the examination is presented below in the article.
Physical Endurance Test
Please refer to the important standard of the Physical Endurance Test conducted by the authority for the male candidates. (which includes departmental and ex-servicemen candidates)
|Exam Standard/ Age||Upto 30 years||30 years to 40 years||Above 40 years|
|Race 1600 metre||6 minute||7 minute||8 minute|
|Long Jump||14 feet||13 feet||12 feet|
Please refer to the important standard of the Physical Endurance Test conducted by the authority for the female candidates.
|Exam Standard/ Age||Upto 30 years||30 years to 40 years||Above 40 years|
|Race 1600 metre||8 minute||9 minute||10 minute|
|Long Jump||10 feet||9 feet||8 feet|
- Applicants have to clear the 1600 meter race first after that they will be selected for the long and high jump. The 1600 meter race is qualifying in nature. Applicants who do not qualify the race test will not be eligible to appear for further tests.
- For the high jump and Long jump test, candidate shall be given 3 attempts and the best one will be taken into consideration.
- Female applicants who are pregnant will not undergo the physical endurance test. However, after they are fit, the authority will conduct the test for the female and till then the vacancy shall be kept in reserve.
Physical Measurement Test
The standard for physical measurement test for male candidates is mention below.
|Chest||The criteria for chest measurement shall be 81 cm with a minimum of 4 cm of expansion that is 81-85cm. The relaxation provided for a reserved class, refer to the official notification.|
|Height||The minimum height shall be 170 cm. To have complete relaxation details, please refer to the complete notification.|
The standard for physical measurement test for female candidates is mention below.
|Height||The minimum height shall be 157 cm. Applicants can refer to the complete relaxation details on official notification.|
The computer based examination will be conducted from on: 27-11-2020 to 14-12-2020.
The authority has implemented a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each incorrect choice made in the examination.
Applicants have to clear the written examinations and then they will be shortlisted for the next round of recruitment i.e. PST/PET
Candidates have to go through the complete official notification in which the authority has mentioned the prescribed relaxation for the examination.