SSC Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020 – Official notification for SSC Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020 is available at ssc.nic.in. The application process for SSC Delhi Police Constable 2020 was opened from August 01 to September 07, 2020. SSC Delhi Police Constable 2020 exam is from November 27, 2020 to December 14, 2020. The selection for Delhi Police Constable is done through CBT and PEMT test (qualifying). In this article, candidates get every information related to SSC Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020.
Latest: SCC has released important notice and corrigendum regarding Delhi Police Constable (Executive) 2020. Check below.
SSC Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020
Get here complete details of SSC Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020 such as notification, vacancies, eligibility, application form, admit card, result.
|Commencement of application form submission||01 Aug 2020|
|Closing of registration||07 Sep 2020|
|Issue of Delhi Police Admit Card / Call Letter for written exam||To be announced|
|Date of computer based written exam||27, 30 Nov 2020|
01 – 03 Dec 2020
07 – 11 Dec & 14 Dec 2020
|Candidate Response Sheet & Answer Keys||To be announced|
|Availability of Delhi Police Constable Admit Card for PEMT||To be announced|
|Schedule of Physical Endurance and Measurement Test in||To be announced|
|Final Result||To be announced|
Overview of Delhi Police Constable Recruitment
The job opportunity in Delhi Police is a golden opportunity for those who wish to serve the nation. However, before beginning with the procedure of recruitment, Delhi Police aspirants must know about the recruitment procedure. In the table below, candidates will get every information they require to start their preparations.
|Name of the exam||Delhi Police Constable|
|Conducting body||Staff Selection Commission|
|Purpose of the exam||The recruitment process is conducted to recruit eligible|
candidates for the post of Constables
|Selection Procedure||1. Computer based Test|
2. PEMT round
|Mode of application||Online process|
|Mode of exam||CBT exam is conducted as an online test|
|Qualifying marks||35% marks|
SSC Delhi Police Constable 2020 – Latest Updates
Corrigendum regarding SSC Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020
SSC Delhi Police Constable Notification 2020
Staff Selection Commission has recently published the official notification for the Delhi Police Constable (Executive) recruitment. A glimpse of the notification is available below.
Delhi Police Constable Recruitment Eligibility 2020
Staff Selection Commission invites both male and female candidates to apply for the post. Read about the eligibility for SSC Delhi Police Constable below.
- Age limit for the post of Constable (Exe) Male is 18-25 years.
- Age limit for the post of Constable (Exe) Female is 18-25 years.
- Candidates must have passed class 10+2.
- Male candidates must possess a valid driving license for LMV (Light Motor Vehicle) as on the date of PEMT. Learner licence is not applicable.
Physical Standards for PEMT
Physical Endurance Test (qualifying) for the post of Constable (Exe.) Male for all candidates including Ex-servicemen and Departmental candidates (age-wise) is as under:
|Age||Race 1600 m||Long jump||High jump|
|Up to 30 years||6 minutes||14 feet||3’9”|
|Between 30 to 40 years||7 minutes||13 feet||3’6”|
|Above 40 years||8 minutes||12 feet||3’3”|
Physical Endurance Test (qualifying) for the post of Constable (Exe.) Female for all candidates including Departmental candidates (age-wise) is as under:
|Age||Race 1600 m||Long jump||High jump|
|Up to 31 years||8 minutes||10 feet||3′|
|Between 31 to 40 years||9 minutes||9 feet||2’9”|
|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, retired, deceased 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||–||–|
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SSC Delhi Police Constable Application Form 2020
The application procedure for SSC Delhi Police Constable recruitment is organized online. Candidates can refer to the steps discussed below to know how they can submit their Delhi Police Constable forms.
Process to fill the form
- To begin with, browse the official website of SSC, ssc.nic.in.
- Click on the registration link and begin with the Delhi Police Constable registration.
- After successful registration, a unique registration ID and password are sent to candidates.
- Login using the credentials and process to fill the application form of Delhi Police Constable.
- Proceed to pay the application fee through the online process.
- Now take a preview of the completed application form. Take a print out the same and confirmation page after the payment.
Delhi Police Constable 2020 Syllabus
The syllabus for the Examination is as follows:
- General Knowledge/Current Affairs
- Numerical Ability
- Computer Knowledge
Reasoning: This component may include questions on analogies, spatial visualization, similarities and differences visual memory, spatial orientation, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetic number series, arithmetical reasoning and figural classification non-verbal series, coding and decoding, etc.
General Knowledge/Current Affairs: The questions of this section is designed to test knowledge of current events and everyday observations and experience in their scientific aspect. The test includes questions related to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining to Sports, Culture, History, Geography, General Polity, Indian Constitution, Economic Scene, Scientific Research etc.
Numerical Ability: This section’s questions are designed out of these topics – Number Systems, Decimals and Fractions and the relationship between Numbers, Computation of Whole Numbers, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Mensuration, Fundamental arithmetical operations, Time and Distance, Ratio and Time, Time and Work, etc.
Computer Fundamentals, MS Excel, MS Word, Communication, Internet, WWW and Web Forums etc: This section carries questions from the elements of word processing like basics of word processing, MS Excel (editing cells, spreadsheet), communication and Web browsers, etc
The commission releases the application form for Delhi Police constable through the online process. Candidates have to register themselves first and them process to apply for Delhi Police Constable. To help our readers with the process, here is an overview on how to fill SSC Delhi Police Constable application form.
Delhi Police Constable Exam Pattern 2020
After the syllabus, go through the examination pattern provided below. SSC Delhi Police Constable exam pattern has its own benefits –
- Helps to understand the exam better
- Know about the marking scheme
- Time duration for the exam
- Which section carries how many marks
So, without wasting any more time, dive right into the examination pattern for better preparation.
|Mode of the Examination||Computer Based Test|
|Duration||01 hour and 30 minutes|
|Number of questions||100 questions|
|Maximum marks||100 marks|
|Type of questions||Objective type questions|
|Negative marking||0.25 marks are deducted for every incorrect answer|
|Language of the paper||Hindi and English|
|Level of the exam||Matriculation level|
Distribution of Questions
|Subject||Number of questions||Max marks|
|General knowledge / Current affairs||50||50|
|Computer fundamentals, MS Excel, MS word, |
Communication Internet, WWW and Web browser, etc
SSC Delhi Police Constable Admit Card 2020
The admit cards for the computer-based exam and PEMT round is uploaded by SSC. Aspirants can download their respective admit card from the regional websites of SSC. Candidates can easily download SSC Delhi Police Constable admit card from our page. It is mandatory for candidates to bring the hard copy of the admit card along with a valid id proof such as Driving License, Voter Card, Aadhaar Card, Identity Card issued by University/College, Income Tax Pan Card in original to the examination center.
SSC Delhi Police Constable Answer Key 2020
The answer key for Delhi Police Constable releases a few days after the CBT exam. Candidates can get their hands on the answer key by visiting the official website of SSC or Delhi Police. Estimate the scores for the CBT examination using the official answer key and start the preparations for PEMT round. In case, there is any incorrect answer in Delhi Police Constable answer key, kindly contact the commission online. For raising objections, SSC opens the window within the stipulated time.
By going through the objection, if there is a correct objection then a new answer key is released. This is considered as the final answer key. No objection against the final answer key SSC Delhi Police Constable is not entertained.
SSC Delhi Police Constable 2020 Qualifying Marks
To appear in the PEMT round, aspirants are required to secure the qualifying marks. As per government reservation rules, different category candidates have to secure different qualifying marks. Have a look at the prescribed marks for each category below.
|For General category||35%|
|For SC/ST/OBC/EWS category||30%|
SSC Delhi Police Constable 2020 Result
Once the final answer key for SSC Delhi Police Constable releases, applicants can check their result. SSC and Delhi Police both releases the result on their official websites. Candidates can check the result with the help of their roll number and names. SSC declares the result for CBT exam based on which aspirants are selected for the PEMT round. As PEMT round is qualifying in nature, the final result is prepared based on marks secured in CBT exam only.
The conducting body also releases the additional list after the declaration of the final result. This consists of the names of provisionally selected candidates. In case, a finally selected candidate is unable to join the post, then a candidate from an additional list is selected for the pst.
Staff Selection Commission, or commonly known as SSC, is an organization that works under the Government of India. The main aim of SSC is to recruit eligible candidates for various posts under Government Ministries and Departments. Earlier, the examination of Delhi Police Constable was conducted by Delhi Police itself. However, now the responsibility to conduct the exam for Delhi Police Constable is on the shoulders of SSC.
Official Website: ssc.nic.in
Know more about SSC Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020 by downloading the official notification.
SSC Delhi Police Constable 2020 FAQs
Q1. What is the eligibility criteria for SSC Delhi Police Constable?
Ans 1. Candidates who have passed 10+2, and have completed 18 years of age can submit their forms online. Besides, they also have to satisfy the PEMT requirement as well.
Q2. What is the selection procedure for SSC Delhi Police constable?
Ans 2. SSC shortlists the candidates based on the written exam and then PEMT round followed by medical examination.
Q3. Is there any negative marking in the CBT exam?
Ans 3. Yes. 0.25 marks are deducted for every incorrect answer in the SSC Delhi Police Constable CBT exam.
Q4. What are the PEMT requirements for the recruitment?
Ans 4. PEMT requirements includes the the physical standard requirements such as height, weight and others. Get detailed information about the PEMT round, refer to this article.
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