CRPF Constable Selection Procedure, Written Test Pattern, Syllabus

CRPF Constable Recruitment Vacancy Details

STAGE – I (Physical efficiency test/Physical standards test)
At the beginning of the recruitment process, male candidates will be subjected to 1 mile race to be completed within 10 minutes and female candidates will be subjected to 1 mile race to be completed within 12 minutes.
This test will be only qualifying in nature. Candidates who do not qualify the race  would be eliminated from the recruitment process by giving rejection slip intimating reasons for rejection by Presiding Officer.
Note: No PET will be held for Ex-servicemen. However ex-serviceman will be required to qualify requisite written test and medical examination.

At the beginning of the recruitment process, candidates will be asked to go through the height bar and thereby those with lesser height will be eliminated.
Candidates qualified in height bar will be subjected to 5 Kms race to be completed in 24 minutes. This test will be only qualifying in nature. Candidates who do not qualify the race would be eliminated from the recruitment process by giving rejection slip intimating reasons for rejection by Presiding Officer.

No testimonial/ certificates are required to be attached with application form by the candidates. Required original testimonials/ documents of those candidates who have qualified 5 Kms race will be checked and only eligible candidates will be permitted to the next stage of the recruitment. Candidates who fail to produce the requisite testimonials/certificates will be eliminated from the recruitment process and in no case candidates will be allowed provisionally.
Candidates being considered for vacancies reserved for reserved categories i.e. SC, ST and OBC shall produce caste certificate in proforma as prescribed in Annexure-‘I’ and ‘II’.
The candidates who found eligible on screening of testimonials will be screened for height, chest and weight by the Board of Officers. The candidates who meet the requirements of physical standard will be allowed to participate in the written test. The candidates who do not fulfill the laid down physical standards will be eliminated from the recruitment process by giving rejection slip intimating reasons for elimination by Presiding Officer. Any dispute in measurement will be settled by the Presiding Officer of the recruitment board on the spot whose order will be final.
The candidates, who clear PST given in Para 11(a) above, will be required to undergo PET, which will be only qualifying in nature and it will not carry any marks. The PETs consist of the following :-
i)     11 feet long jump (3 chances to be given)
ii)    3 1⁄2 feet high jump (3 chances to be given)
Note : No PET will be held for Ex-Serviceman. However, ex-serviceman will be required to qualify requisite written test, Trade test and medical examination.

The candidates who qualified in PST/PET above will be required to appear for written test comprising of two parts as mentioned below:-

PART-I    :     50 Marks
Consists of 50 objective type questions carrying 1 mark each to assess the (i) General awareness/General knowledge, (ii) knowledge of elementary mathematics, (iii) Analytical aptitude, (iv) Ability to observe and distinguish patterns and to test the (v) basic knowledge of the candidates in English/Hindi. The question papers will be bilingual can be answered in Hindi or in English. The standard of question papers will be a class 10 passed candidate.

PART-II   : 50 Marks
Trade test will be separate for each trade and will consist of both objective/ multiple choice type questions to assess the knowledge of respective trade for which a candidate has applied.

The total marks of written test will be 100 marks and 2 hours duration. The paper will have to be answered either in Hindi or English only. Part-I & II to be answered using a pen only and use of pencil will not be allowed.

The category wise qualifying marks for written examination are as under :
General/Ex-Serviceman                35 %
SC/ST/OBC candidates                 33%

The candidates who qualify written test will be put through practical trade test. During trade test a candidate will be asked to perform any activity pertaining to that particular trade for which he has applied. Out of 50 marks for practical trade test a candidate must secure 20 marks to qualify. The parameters for each trades will be as under :-
CT/Driver :   Having knowledge of driving trade, handling, driving, parking and maintenance of light & heavy vehicles.
CT/Fitter :    Having knowledge in auto mobiles fitters/ motor mechanic trade. Handling of tools etc.
CT/Carpenter : Handling tools, cutting of wood, fitting, polishing and finishing of materials, knowledge of fitting of doors and windows/ fixing of glass panes on windows. Able to make wooden boxes, racks and to make a timber truss.
CT/Cobbler :  Having knowledge of his trade. Polishing of shoes, handling tools, cutting of leather, repair and stitching of shoes. Making of new shoes.
CT/Tailor :  Taking measurement of persons, cutting/ stitching of Tery-Cotton uniform/ Civil Clothes. Cutting/ stitching of worm clothing/uniform.
CT/Brass Band:      Knowing of playing Brass Band instruments.
CT/Pipe Band:       Knowing of playing Pipe Band instruments.
CT/Gardner :        Knowledge of plantation, maintenance of plants, knowledge of seeds and their sowing seasons, fertilizer and manures.
CT/Bugler : Flouting of Bugle.
CT/Painter : Knowledge of colours, paints, shades, painting of sign boards, painting and drawing/ knowledge of spray painting of motor vehicle etc., knowledge of colour scheme by mixing different paints/ distempering. Able to write letters neatly on banners and boards. Able to work out quantity of paints required for wood painting and CGI sheet painting.
CT/Cook :  Cooking of Chapati & Rice/Vegetable/ Dal/ Sambhar/ Idli /Meat/ Fish/Egg/Kheer etc., for 100 men.
CT/ Water Carrier : Washing of Utensils, Kneading of Atta for making chapattis for 100 men and cutting of vegetables etc.
CT/Safai Karmachari : Sweeping of floors, open area and cleaning of toilets, bathrooms etc.
CT/Barber :         Handling of tools, hair cutting and shaving.
CT/Washer man/Women : Washing of clothes, Ironing of Khaki Cotton Uniform, woolen and TC Uniform.

The candidates will be medically examined to access their physical and medical fitness as prescribed in the eligibility condition. The examination will be conducted only of those candidates who qualified in physical measurement, physical efficiency test, written test and trade test.

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