Age Limit: 18-25 years
Post : Group ‘C’ posts of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) in different States and Union Territories.
Pattern of Exam: Paper-I (Objective type paper) and Paper-II (Descriptive type).
Total time: 2 hours
|SUBJECT||NO. OF QUESTIONS||Marks|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||25|
Short Essay / Letter in English and Vernacular LanguageTotal time: 30 Minutes
NOTE:Paper-II will only be of qualifying nature and is intended to test elementary language skills in view of re-categorization of the post as Group-C and in view of job requirements
Delhi Police ( Head Constable)
Qualification required: 10 + 2 Pass with Science & Maths ( valid driving license of LMV)
Age Limit: 18 to 27 years
Selection Procedure: Written test
Physical Endurance Test, Measurement, Trade Test, Typing Test on Computer.
Physical StandardsFor Male Candidates: Height needed – 170 cms, chest size should be 81 cms – 85 cms
For Female Candidates: Height needed – 157 cms
Pattern of Exam: Objective
Total time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Head Constable (Assistant wireless operator/Tele-printer Operator)
|SUBJECT||NO. OF QUESTIONS||Maximum MARKS|
The trade test will be taken in the form of reading and dictation. The dictation, both in Hindi and English languages, will be given to the candidates in groups. The reading test will require each candidate to read a passage from the given text both in Hindi and English.
TYPING TEST ON COMPUTER:
The candidates who come within the range of merit of written test shall be called to take the typing test on computer. The test of English/Hindi typing shall be of 10 minutes duration and the test shall carry maximum 25 marks. The candidates will be allotted marks according to speed achieved in the typing test.
The computer test will be tested on MS-Word etc. which will be of qualifying nature. The candidates will be given 10 minutes time to format the typed passage in the same way as it is in the supplied hand-out and to print the passage in the printer. Out of the 10 marks for the formatting 20 features carrying ½ marks each, the candidates should secure at least 06 marks to qualify.