The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is all set to recruit around 5800 candidates (both male and female) towards the Delhi Police Constable executive positions. The Delhi Police recruitment for constables will have written examination followed by the Physical Measurement Test and Physical Endurance Test and Medical Test as the screening stages. Both male candidates and female candidates across India are eligible for these positions. Anybody below 25 years with higher secondary education is eligible for these posts. Since the initial screening stage is the Computer Based Objective test, it is essential to sharpen your skills to move forward in the recruitment cycle.
Like all other SSC recruitment tests, this Police Constable tests will also check your numerical as well as reasoning aptitude. If you are already preparing for other SSC exams like SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, etc then you do not need any extra preparations other than solving the previous year papers. Download the below given previous year question papers and try to solve them with the help of any timer. Along with these question papers try to solve SSC CHSL, and SSC Stenographers question papers too since all of them have the same essential education level (Higher Secondary).
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Delhi Police Constable Previous Year Question Papers
Candidates with age between 18 years to 25 years and passed10+2 (Senior Secondary) from a recognized Board on the closing date of receipt of online applications are eligible for the Delhi Police Constable 2020 recruitment. Along with senior secondary educations, applicants height shall be a minimum of 170 Cms (Male Candidates), and 157 cms for Female Candidates. to consider for the posts. SSC will conduct online CBT, followed by the Physical Measurement Test, Physical Efficiency Test and Medical Test before finalizing the merit list. Since the prescribed education qualification is Higher secondary, candidates can prepare for this position too with the same materials you used for the SSC CHSL and SSC Stenographer positions.
Mode of Selection
The SSC Delhi Police Recruitment for Constables has the following selection stages:
- Written Examination
|SL No||Subject/ Topic||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks|
|1||General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||50|
|2||General Knowledge/ Current Awareness||50||50|
|4||Computer Fundamentals, MS Excel, MSWord, Communication, Internet, WWW and Web Browsers etc.||10||10|
There shall be a negative mark of .25 marks for every wrong answer. So don’t answer until you are sure or have an idea about the possible answer.
- Physical Measurement Test
- Physical Endurance Test
- Medical Test
- Document Verification
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Previous Year Question Papers: Free Pdf
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will conduct the examination in Computer Based Examination mode on all India basis throughout the Country across different shifts. The question paper shall be of Matriculation Level having distribution as Easy Questions- 30%, Medium level Questions-50% and Difficult Questions-20%. Candidates can expect questions from four different subjects, namely:
- General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability
- General Knowledge
- Quantitative Aptitude/ Numerical Ability, and
- Basic IT Awareness.
Click on the below-given link to download the previous year question papers.
|Delhi Police Constable Previous Question Paper PDF|
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Solving these previous question papers is definitely going to boost your performance as well as the over all rank in the examination. Practice each day and strive for excellence!
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