SSC Delhi Police Constable PEMT– A new introductory for the year 2020 is now released. As per this introductory, Physical Endurance & Measurement Test (PEMT) is the second round of selection in the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Recruitment of Constables (Executive) Male and Female in Delhi Police. Candidates need to qualify the Computer based test before appearing for the SSC Delhi Police constable PEMT. The exam conducting body checks whether candidate fulfils physical parameters such as height and chest. In addition one also has to qualify tests that assess physical well being and activeness. These include race, long jump, high jump. Already the Commission has fixed parameters for each group of candidates based on age and gender.
In this article, we focus on key details of SSC Delhi Police Physical Endurance & Measurement Test such as dates, process, and how to clear the round.
SSC Delhi Police Constable PEMT – Dates and Schedule
|Issuance of admit card for PST/ PE& MT||To be announced|
|PST/ PE&MT date||As per the detail provided in the admit card|
|Issuance of admit card for written exam for SSC DP Constable||To be notified|
|Computer Based Test||To be notified|
SSC Delhi Police Constable – Physical Standards
Candidates need to have a certain height, and chest size in order to be suitable for Constable (Executive) in Delhi Police. To be specific, exact data of parameters required are as follows:-
|Type of candidates||Height in cms||Chest in cms – Expanded||Chest in cms – Unexpanded|
|For Male Candidates|
|General / OBC Male||170||81||85|
|Male Residents of hill areas i.e. Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas and candidates belonging to states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K.||165||76||80|
|Sons of serving, deceased, retired police personnel/ Multi Tasking Staff (Formerly group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police.||165||76||80|
|For Female Candidates|
|General / OBC Female||157||–||–|
|Residents of hill areas i.e. Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas and candidates belonging to states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K.||155||–||–|
|Daughters of serving, deceased, retired police personnel/ Multi Tasking Staff (Formerly group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police.||152||–||–|
Candidates can go to any nearby physician’s office and use the standard equipment there to measure height and chest size. This will help them to know before-hand whether they are eligible or not.
Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2016 – Physical Endurance & Measurement Test
This stage involves race, long jump, and high jump. With a fair amount of practice, aspirants can smoothly clear this stage. First of all, they must know the exact timings, track to be covered, and other such details.
If you are a male candidate, then depending upon age he needs to qualify in these events.
|Events for all male candidates||Upto 30 years||Above 30 – 40 years||Above 40 years|
|Race of 1600 meters||To be covered in 6 minutes||To be covered in 7 minutes||To be covered in 8 minutes|
|Long Jump||Jump of 14 feet distance||Jump of 13 feet distance||Jump of 12 feet distance|
|High Jump||Jump of 3’9” height||Jump of 3’6” height||Jump of 3’3” height|
If you are a female candidate, then depending upon age you need to qualify in these events.
|Events for all female candidates||Upto 30 years||Above 30 to 40 years||Above 40 years|
|Race of 1600 meters||To be covered in 8 minutes||To be covered in 9 minutes||To be covered in 10 minutes|
|Long Jump||Jump of 10 feet distance||Jump of 9 feet distance||Jump of 8 feet distance|
|High Jump||Jump of 3’0” height||Jump of 2’9” height||Jump of 2’6” height|
Tips for 1600 meter race
Looking at the distance and time, male candidates below 31 years of age need to run at an average speed of 16kmph (1600 m in 6 minutes). Likewise, those between 31 to 40 years must attain around 13.71 kmph (1600 m in 7 minutes). Whereas those above 40 can run at 12kmph (1600 m in 8 minutes).
Female candidates less than 31 years of age who qualify have a speed of around 12kmph (1600 m in 8 minutes), and those between 31 to 35 will have around 10.67kmph (1600 m in 9 minutes).
These are fast speeds by all means.
An average person walks briskly at 8-10kmph, and while running comfortably goes at 12-14kmph. Hence, to run at speeds required, aspirants need to have a regular practice.
- We suggest that candidates go for runs regularly in running grounds.
- Wear proper shoes and clothes in which they can run freely.
- Keep track of time using stopwatch in the mobile phone, or any stopwatch.
- Have a proper healthy diet to ensure ideal intake of calories.
- If candidates can get in touch with a trainer, that may further help them in improving speed and stamina.