Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Result 2016 is declared by Punjab Police on their Official website. The Written Test will be conducted for Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Recruitment 2016. Check Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Result 2016 details on this page.
Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Result 2016
The Final Merit List of the candidates will be drawn category/subcategory wise on the basis of the total marks obtained in the written test,
interview and personality test whose certificates have been compared with original and found to be correct. A waiting list of 20% candidates from each category (minimum one candidate of each category) shall be prepared. The waiting list shall be valid for maximum period of 180 days from the date of declaration of final result.
Written Exam Marks
List of Written Exam Marks for Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Recruitment 2016 has been announced. Candidates can check the list from official website or through the direct link given below.
Get Here Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Result 2016: Click Here to view Written Exam Marks for Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Recruitment 2016.
Merit List & Waiting List
Based on the marks obtained by the candidates in written examination and percentage marks obtained in graduation (where marks obtained in written examination were equal), provisional list of selected candidates and provisional waiting list are prepared as per vacancy in different categories. The list of such candidates are given below.
|Categories||Merit List||Waiting List|
|General||Click Here||Click Here|
|SC (VMS)||Click Here||Click Here|
|SC (Others)||Click Here||Click Here|
|BC||Click Here||Click Here|
|Ex.Servicemen (Gen)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Ex.Servicemen SC (VMS)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Ex.Servicemen SC (Others)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Ex.Servicemen BC||Click Here||Click Here|
|Wards of Police Personnel||Click Here||Click Here|
|Wards of Freedom Fighter||Click Here||Click Here|
PET & PMT Result
Get Here Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Result 2016: Click Here to view PET & PMT Result for Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Recruitment 2016
The Chairperson of Selection Board shall submit the Final Merit List to OGP, Punjab for approval. Upon approval, the Merit List shall be released in the public domain on the official website of Punjab Police i.e punjabpollce.gov.ln.
While preparing the Final Merit List, in the event of two candidates securing equal marks, the following tie-resolution criteria shall be adopted:
- In the event of the candidates having equal total marks their relative merit shall be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the Written Examination and the candidate having higher marks in the Written examination shall be placed higher in the Final Merit List.
- In the event of the candidates having equal total marks, equal marks in Written Examination (and consequently in the [nterview-curn-Personality Test), then their relative merit shall be prepared on the basis of percentage of marks obtained in graduation.
- In the event of the candidate having equal total marks, equal marks in the Written Examination, equal percentage of marks obtained in graduation, then the candidate senior in age shall be put higher in merit.
- In the event of all of above being the same, candidate having smaller Roll Number shall be placed higher in the Merit List.
Please Note – No Interviews
In light of above notice, published on 15 Dec 2016, kindly ignore all mention of interview on this page and other pages of Punjab Police Intelligence Officer Recruitment 2016 for recruitment of Intelligence Officers in the rank of Sub Inspectors. Decision of exam conducting body in this regard is final and binding.
List of Disqualified Candidates
For the recruitment to the post of Intelligence Officer (in the rank of Sub-Inspector) in the Intelligence Wing of Punjab Police, scrutiny of certificates/documents of all applicants in the consideration zone for preparation of merit list and waiting list based on Written Exam held on 13 Nov 2016 was conducted by the Recruitment Board. After scrutiny, following candidates were either disqualified or were not found to be eligible for reservation against certain category or special category. The list of such candidate’s along with reasons for disqualification or change of category/special category is enclosed with this notice.
List of Disqualified Candidates, Click here.
If any applicant wants to appeal against this decision, he/she can personally or through his/her representative, appear and submit written representation before the Recruitment Board at Intelligence Bhawan, Opposite Sohana Eye Hospital, Sector 77, Mohali on any working day on or before 20 Dec 2016.
The selection process will be conducted in following four phases:-
Physical Measurements (PMT)
Only those candidates whose application forms are found to be in-order during scrutiny, and who satisfy the eligibility conditions and have cleared the Substance Abuse (Drug Addiction) Test would be eligible to appear in this phase.
The physical measurement phase would be qualifying in nature, and each candidate would be categorized as qualified/not qualified for Phase-II on the basis of meeting the prescribed physical minimum standards.
Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
Only those candidates who qualify the physical measurements (Phase-I) will be eligible to appear in the Physical Efficiency Test.
The minimum qualifying standards for various categories of candidates would be as follows:
|For male candidates (except ex-servicemen above 35 years)|
|800 Meter race||To be completed in 04 minutes (only one chance)|
|Long Jump||9 Feet (3 chances)|
|High Jump||3 Feet (3 chances)|
|For female candidates (except ex-servicewomen above 35 years)|
|400 Meter race||To be completed in 02 minutes (only one chance)|
|Long Jump||6 Feet (3 Chances)|
|High Jump||2112 Feet (3 chances)|
|For ex-servicemen (35 years and above)|
|800 Meter Run/Walk||To be completed in 06 minutes (only one chance)|
|For ex-servicewomen (35 years and above)|
|800 Meter Run/Walk||To be completed in 08 minutes (only one chance)|
A candidate must qualify all the events mentioned above for his/her category. Failure to qualify in any one of the PET events prescribed for his/her category will disqualify the candidate for the next stage (Phase 111). This phase will also be qualifying in nature and each candidate would be categorized as qualified/not qualified for the next stage, i.e. Phase Ill.
Substance Abuse Test, Physical Measurement and the Physical Efficiency Test of a candidate shall be conducted on a single day and the process shall be video graphed. The video recording of the process shall be kept in safe custody of the Board or Sub-Board for a period of 3 Years from the date of declaration of the result.
Appeals Relating to PMT/PET: Those candidates who are declared not qualified in Physical Measurement Test and/or Physical Efficiency Test may prefer an appeal, if they so desire, to the Chairperson of the Recruitment Board or the designated Appellate Authority present on Physical Measurement Test & Physical Efficiency Test ground on the same day. The decision of the Chairperson/Appellate Authority shall be final and no further appeal or representation in this regard will be entertained. The Chairperson/Appellate Authority will record the reasons thereof for each case separately in writing.
Only those candidates who qualify the Physical Efficiency Test will be eligible to appear in the Written Test. Written paper will be:
- Of 90 marks consisting of multiple choice questions.
- In English medium and OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) sheet based.
- There shall be no negative marking.
- To be conducted at as many Centers/Sub-centers as the Chairperson of the Board may decide.
- Break-up of marks for the written examination shall be as follows:
- 50 marks: Questions will be from general knowledge including world history, geography, economy, science, environmental science, current affairs, polity of India, Constitution of India, basic knowledge of laws, international affairs etc.
- 25 marks: Questions shall test quantitative aptitude, logical reasoning, numerical aptitude and reading comprehension.
- 15 marks: Basic knowledge of computer and information technology, computer hardware, MS-Office, common operating systems and internet concepts.
Minimum pass marks in written examination will be 40% for the candidates from Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes category and Backward Classes category and 50% for all remaining categories.
The interview-cum-personality test would carry 10 marks and would be conducted by the Board. The candidate would be assessed for his personal bearing, orientation, technical skills, computer/IT skills, basic communications skills, general awareness and suitability for intelligence work. The decision of the Board would be final.
The number of candidates to be called for the interview-cum-personality test would be three times the total number of vacancies in each category based on the marks obtained in written examination. The candidate qualified for interview shall be intimated about venue and date through SMS, e-mail and voice message. The same shall also be displayed on the web-site.
The candidates appearing in the interview-cum-personality test shall be required to bring all their relevant certificates and supporting documents, in original, along with at least one self-attested copy of each for comparison of submitted documents with original.