SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus 2021 Firemen Exam Pattern

SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus

SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus 2020 Assam Police Firemen Exam Syllabus 2020 How to Prepare for SLPRB Assam Sub-Officer & Firemen Exam In APRO & F&ES SLPRB Assam Police Selection Process/ Exam Pattern for No.SLPRB/REC/CONST (APRO & FES) /2018/188

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SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus
SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus

Advertisement No. SLPRB/REC/CONST (APRO & FES) /2018/188

About Assam Police Constable Recruitment :-

SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus Assam Police has Recently Announced and Invited the Online Applications from the Eligible Candidates for the Posts of Constable (UN-Armed (DEF) & Armed Branch). The total number of Vacancies for these Posts were 6662 Posts. Many Interested and Eligible Candidates applied for these Posts online. The Process of Submission of Online Applications for these Posts was commenced from 23rd of December, 2020 and Last Date to Apply for these Posts was 6th of January, 2020. Check the other details from below.

Origination NameAssam Police
Name of PostConstable (UN-Armed (DEF) & Armed Branch)
No. of Vacancy6662 Posts
Selection ProcessPhysical Standard Test (PST)
Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
Written Test
Extra – Curricular Activities and Special Skills
Application Submission Start Date23.12.2019
Last Date to Apply Online06.01.2020

About Exam :

The Exam will be Conducted Soon for the Above Posts at the Prescribed Exam Centers. Date of Examination Will be Provided Separately.

Candidates are busy in their preparation for the Exam. Clearing the Exam in these days is not so much easy so the Candidates needs to have some other and prescribed exam syllabus from the other candidates for crack the Exam. Here we are sharing that Syllabus and also the Exam pattern for our Candidates to clear the Competitive Exam.

Selection Process :

  • Physical Standards Tests (PST),
  • Physical Efficiency Tests (PET),
  • Written Exam and
  • Extra-Curricular Activities and Special Skills.

Physical Standards Tests (PST) :

After the documents are found correct, the candidates will have to appear in the PST (Physical Standard Test). It will carry no marks. Measurement of the height, weight of all the candidates& chest of only male candidates will be done using latest technology and after which the candidate will be examined by a Medical Officer for preliminary check-ups like knock knee, vision test, colour blindness test, flat foot, varicose vein, physical deformities etc. Once a candidate clears the PST, he/ she will have to appear in the PET (Physical Efficiency Test).

Height (Minimum)MaleFemale
Gen/ OBC/ MOBC/ SC162.56 cm154.94 cm
ST(H)/ ST(P)160.02 cm152.40 cm
Chest (Only for men)NormalExpanded
Gen/OBC/MOBC/SC/ST(P) etc,80 cm85 cm
ST(H)78 cm83 cm

Physical Efficiency Tests (PET) :

Candidates who clear PST, will be required to undergo PET. The PET consists of the following:

The Physical Efficiency Test will carry 40 marks. It will have 2 (two) events viz :

i) Male Candidates

  • Race: Those who qualify in the PST will be subjected to 3200 mtrs.race to be completed within 14 minutes (840 seconds).
  • Long Jump: Minimum 335 cm for long jump (3 chances to be given and the longest valid jump rounded off to the nearest cm will be considered for awarding marks).

Award of marks for 3200 mtrs. Race (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance and using RFID chips.)

  • Time taken 600 Sec. (10 min) or less : 20 marks
    For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.08 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 630 Sec. or less but more than 629 Sec.: 17.6 marks
    For the next 40 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.06 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 670 Sec. or less but more than 669 Sec.: 15.2 marks
    For the next 60 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.04 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 730 Sec. or less but more than 729 Sec.: 12.8 marks
    For the next 60 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.03 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 790 Sec. or less but more than 789 Sec.: 11 marks
    For the next 50 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.02 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 840 Sec. or less but more than 839 Sec.: 10 marks
    For time more than 840 Sec. (14 min) no marks will be awarded and the candidate will be declared as disqualified.

Award of marks for Long Jump (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance).

  • For less than 335 cm no marks will be awarded and the candidate will be declared as disqualified. A valid jump of 335 cm is the minimum qualifying level.
    Marks for 335cm: 10 marks
  • For the next 65cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.04 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 400cm: 12.6 marks
  • For the next 50cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.06 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 450cm: 15.6 marks
  • For the next 30cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.08 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 480cm: 18 marks
  • For the next 20cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.10 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 500 cm: 20 marks
  • No extra marks will be awarded for jump of more than 500 cm (16 ft 5 inch approx).

Female Candidates:

  • Race: Those who qualify in the PST will be subjected to 1600 mtrs. race to be completed within 8 minutes (480 seconds).
  • Long Jump: Minimum 244 cm for long jump (3 chances to be given and the longest valid jump rounded off to the nearest cm will be considered for awarding marks).

Award of marks for 1600 mtrs. Race (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance and using RFID chips.)

  • Time taken 330 Sec. (5 min 30 seconds) or less : 20 marks
    For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.1 mark per second.T
  • hus, for 360 Sec. or less but more than 359 Sec.: 17 marks
    For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.08 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 390 Sec. or less but more than 389 Sec.: 14.6 marks
    For the next 30 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.06 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 420 Sec. or less but more than 419 Sec.: 12.8 marks
    For the next 40 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.05 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 460 Sec. or less but more than 459 Sec.: 10.8 marks
    For the next 20 Sec. of time taken, marks will decrease at the rate of 0.04 mark per second.
  • Thus, for 480 Sec. or less but more than 479 Sec.: 10 marks
    For time more than 480 Sec. (8 min) no marks will be awarded and the candidate will be declared as disqualified.

Award of marks for Long Jump (It will be conducted under CC TV surveillance).

  • For less than 244 cm no marks will be awarded and the candidate will be declared as disqualified. A valid jump of 244 cm is the minimum qualifying level.
    Marks for 244 cm: 10 marks
  • For the next 45 cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.04 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 289 cm: 11.8 marks
  • For the next 30 cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.06 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 319 cm: 13.6 marks
  • For the next 30cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.08 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 349 cm: 16 marks
  • For the next 40 cm, marks will increase at the rate of 0.10 per cm.
    Thus, marks for 389 cm: 20 marks Marks for a valid jump of more than 389 cm : 20 marks.

Written Test :

Candidates will be called for Written Test in order of merit at the rate of 5 (five) times the number of posts allotted in respect of each category.

Exam Pattern :

Exam Pattern for the Written Exam is as Follows:-

  • Written test will consist of 100 multiple choice type questions to be answered on an OMR answer sheet.
  • For each correct answer the candidate will get half a mark.
  • Total marks for the Written Test will be 50.
  • There will be no negative marking.
  • The questions will cover the following subjects:
    1. Elementary Arithmetic
    2. General English
    3. Logical reasoning/Mental ability
    4. Assam’s History, Geography, Polity, Economy
    5. General Awareness/General Knowledge and current affairs

Extra-curricular activities and special skills (Maximum 10 Marks)

A) Educational Qualification (Extra-curricular marks) to be allotted for Educational Qualification will be based on results of HSLC for Constable (Messenger) & Constable (Carpenter) and Higher Secondary Examination for Constable (Communication) & Constable (UB)and Sub Officers, Firemen & Emergency Rescuers of F&ES as under-

(A) PercentageMax marks 5
45– 59.99 %2 (two) marks
60 – 74.99%3 (three) marks
75 % and above5 (five) marks
(B) NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)Max marks 03
NCC ‘C’ Certificate3 (three) marks
NCC ‘B’ Certificate2 (two) marks
NCC ‘A’ Certificate1 (one) marks
(C) HOME GUARDSMax marks 03 (three)
Home Guards who have completed advanced training and are deployed as armed Home Guard for a period of 4 (four) years or more.3 (three) marks
Home Guards who have completed the advanced training and are deployed as armed Home Guard for a period of one year or more but less than 4 years.2 (two) marks
Home Guards who have completed basic course with refresher training and on duty as Home Guard for a period of 4 (four) years or more.2 (two) marks
Home Guards who have completed the basic training and deployed as Home Guard continuously for a period of 1 (one) year or more but less than 4 (four) years.1 (one) marks
(D) SPORTSMax marks 04 (four)
Represented India in International events recognized by the International Olympic Committee in any
discipline and received medals.
4 (four) marks
Represented India in International events recognized by the International Olympic Committee in any discipline.3 (three) marks
National level sports person who represented the State in any discipline recognized by the Indian Olympic
Association and received medals.
3 (three) marks
National level sports person who represented the State in any discipline recognized by the Indian Olympic
Association.
2 (two) marks
State level sports person who represented District in State Level Competition& won medal.2 (two) marks
State Level Sports person who represented District in State Level Competition1 (one) marks
(E) PROFICIENCY IN COMPUTERSMax marks 05 (five)
Master of Computer Application (MCA)5 (five) marks
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)4 (four) marks
2 (two) years Diploma from any Govt. / UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions.3 (three) marks
1 (one) Year Diploma from any Govt. / UGC recognized / accredited Universities / Institutions2 (two) marks
Minimum 6 (six) months course in Computers from any Govt. / UGC recognized / accredited Universities /
Institutions
1 (one) mark
State Level Sports person who represented
District in State Level Competition
1 (one) marks

(F) Additional Weightage for candidates to be selected for the posts of Constable (Communication) in APRO

Certificate for 1 (one) year experience in Electronics/ Telecommunications/ IT and Allied Environments2 (two) marks

(G) Additional Weightage for candidates to be selected for the posts of Fireman & Emergency Rescuer.

Swimming / Diving certificate2 (two) marks
Fire fighting / Rock Climbing & Tracking certificate / Martial Arts certificate2 (two) marks
ITI / Foreman certificate2 (two) marks

Final results

Final results would be based on the marks obtained as follows :

ParticularsMax Marks
PET40
Written Test50
Extra-curricular activities and special skills10
TOTAL100

Important Link Area for SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus :-

Admit CardDownload SLPRB Assam Police Constable Admit Card
Recruitment DetailsSLPRB Assam Police Constable/ Firemen Recruitment
Official Websitehttps://www.slprbassam.in/

FAQ for SLPRB Assam Police Constable Syllabus :

What is the Selection Process SLPRB Assam Police Constable?

Physical Standards Tests (PST),
Physical Efficiency Tests (PET),
Written Exam and
Extra-Curricular Activities and Special Skills.

What is the Exam Pattern for SLPRB Assam Police Constable?

Written test will consist of 100 multiple choice type questions to be answered on an OMR answer sheet.
For each correct answer the candidate will get half a mark.
Total marks for the Written Test will be 50.
There will be no negative marking.

What is the Exam Syllabus for SLPRB Assam Police Constable?

Detailed Syllabus is mentioned above, you can check the same from above.

How many Questions will be there in this Exam?

Written test will consist of 100 multiple choice type questions to be answered on an OMR answer sheet.

What will be the Maximum Marks for this Exam?

50 Marks.

Is there any negative marking for the Wrong Answers?

There will be no negative marking.

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