Mar 29, 2016

WB Police Jr. Constable Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2016 Birbhum District

WB Police Jr. Constable Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2016 Birbhum District

Applications are invited to fill up 490 vacant posts of Junior Constables in West Bengal Police from eligible Indian citizens residing permanently in the LWE affected areas of Birbhum District and fulfilling the qualifications and the conditions.

APPLICANTS RESIDING PERMANENTLY IN THE JURISDICTION OF THE FOLLOWING POLICE STATIONS CAN APPLY FOR THE ABOVE POSTS :

1) Chandrapur, 2) Dubrajpur, 3) Kankartala, 4) Khairasole, 5) Lokepur, 6) Md. Bazar, 7) Murarai, 8) Nalhati, 9) Rajnagar, 10) Rampurhat, 11) Sadaipur.


Eligibility:-
Must be a citizen of India domiciled permanently in the jurisdiction of notified LWE affected police stations, listed above.
Note:- To determine domicile status any one of the following documents will be checked :

Mode Of Selection :-
Selection of candidates will be made by West Bengal Police Recruitment Board through a four stage process :
a) Measurement of Physical Standard
b) Physical Efficiency Test (PET).
c) Written Test.
d) Interview.
Only the candidates successful upto 3rd stage will be called for the interview. In the interview, the General Awareness of the candidates will be tested.

Physical Efficiency Test (PET):-
Those who qualify in PMT will be eligible for PET. Maximum marks in PET is 15.
a) For Male Candidates:- 800 meter Run in maximum 3 minutes. All those who complete the run within 3 minutes will qualify for the written test. Further, those who cover 800 meters in 2 minutes and 30 seconds will be credited with 15 marks; while those covering the same within 3 minutes will be credited with 10 marks.
b) For Female Candidates:- 400 meters run in maximum 2 minutes. All those who complete the run within 2 minutes will qualify for the written test. Further, those who cover 400 meters in 1 minute and 45 seconds will be credited with 15 marks; while those covering the same within 2 minutes will be credited with 10 marks.

Written Test:-
Those who qualify in PMT and PET will qualify for written test. A written examination will be conducted for total 25 marks out of which 15 marks will be for General Knowledge and 10 marks for simple mathematics (Class VIII Standard). The written test will be objective type in nature and the candidates will have to fill up the correct blank spaces against a question number on the machine readable OMR answer sheet.

Interview:-
Only the candidates successful in written test, will be eligible for interview. In the interview, the general awareness of the candidate will be tested. Total marks in interview is 10. A merit list of the provisionally selected candidates will be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the PET, Written Test and interview.

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