Assam Police Requirement: Selection Procedure 2020
Assam Police Requirement – Selection Process: –
The Physical Standard Test (PST) and Physical Test will have to be performed to honor those whose applications are found in the correct form. If any candidate is found to have a physical disorder, the medical officer present in the DLSC / Selection Committee will be prohibited from participating in any other tests that he/she should seek.
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Physical Standard Test (PST): – After the documents are found correct, candidates will have to appear in PST (Physical Standard Test). It will not carry points. Height, weight, and chest of all the candidates will be done using the latest technology and the candidate will then be examined by the Medical Officer for the preliminary examination like Knock Knee, Vision Test. Color blindness test, flat foot, nasal bleeding nerves, physical deformity, etc. Once the candidate has cleared the PST, he will have to appear for PET (Physical Performance Test). Physical Impact Test (PET) – Mar० Marks: PET cleansing candidates must have PET.
PET has the following: 40 marks in the Physical Performance Test. It consists of two (two) events e.g. i) Yes Candidates a) Race: Those who qualify for the PST will have to study 3200 meters. The race to finish in 14 minutes (840 seconds).
B) Assam Police Requirement – Long jump:
At least 5 335 cm for long jump (chan chance and the longest) will be considered to have a valid jump score up to the nearest cm). Award of points for 3200 meters. The race (this will be conducted under CC TV using surveillance and RFID chips.) Took time 600 c. (10 min) or less: 20 points Next Sec०s Depending on the time is taken, the marks will decrease at the rate of 0.08 mark Secondly, 630 sec. Or less but more than 629 sec. : 17.6 points for the next 40 seconds.
Depending on the time taken, the marks will decrease by 0.06 mark per second, 670s Or less but more than 669secs. : 15.2 points next the 60s Depending on the time taken, the score will decrease at the rate of 0.04 mark Secondly, 730 sec. Or less but more than 729 sec. : 12.8 points for the next 60 seconds. Depending on the time taken, the score will decrease by 0.03 mark rate. Or less but more than 789sec. : 11 points Next Sec०s Depending on the time taken, the score will decrease at the rate of 0.02 mark Secondly, 840 sec. Or less but 98 Sec Sec.: 840 sec for 10 points time. Secs (5 min) No marks will be awarded and the candidate will declare ineligibly.
Award of merit for the Long Jump (it will be overseen by CC TV). No less than 5 335 cm marks will be declared and candidates will be declared invalid. A valid jump of 335 cm is the minimum eligibility level. Points for 335 cm: 10 points for the next 65 cm, marks will increase by 0.0 cm per cm. Thus, the score for 400 cm: 12.6 points will increase at the rate of 0.0 cm per cm for the next 50 cm.
Thus, the marks for 450 cm: 15.6 points will increase at the rate of 0.0 cm per cm for the next 30 cm. Thus, the marks for 480 cm: 18 points will increase by the rate of 0.10 per cm for the next 20 cm. Thus, points for 500 cm: 20 points for jumps greater than 500 cm (approximately 16 feet 5 inches) will not be given any additional marks. ii) Women Candidates a) Race: Those who qualify for the PST will have a 2m meter study.
The race to finish in 8 minutes (480 seconds). B) Long jump: At least 244 cm for long jump (3 chances are given and the longest) will be considered for getting a valid jump score up to the nearest cm). Award of points for 10000 meters. The race (this will be organized under CC TV using Surveillance and RFID chips.) Took 330 seconds (5 minutes 30 seconds) or less:
20 points next Sec०s Depending on the time taken, the score will decrease by the rate of 1.5 points. Secondly, 360 sec.
Or less but more than 359 sec. : 17 points Next Sec०s Depending on the time is taken, the marks will decrease at the rate of 0.08 mark Secondly, 390 sec. Or less but 389secs more. : 14.6 points Next Sec०s Depending on the time taken, the score will decrease at the rate of 0.06 mark Secondly, 420 sec. Or less but 9 sec: 12.8 points for the next 40 seconds. Depending on the time taken, the score will decrease at the rate of 0.05 mark Secondly, 460s
Or less but 459s. : 10.8 points next 0 sec Depending on the time taken, the score will decrease at the rate of 0.04 mark Secondly, 480 sec. Or less but 479s. : Over 480 sec for 10 points time. (Min min) No marks will be awarded and the candidate will declare ineligibly. Prize for Long Jump (this will be taken under CC TV) Surveillance). If not less than २44 cm marks will be awarded and declared as candidates.
Ineligible minimum eligibility level is 244 cm valid jump. 244 cm Points: 10 points for the next 45 cm, the marks will increase at a rate of 0.0 cm per cm. Thus, 289 cm points: 11.8 points For the next cm० cm, the points will increase at the rate of 1.56 per cm. Thus, the score for 319 cm: 13.6 points for the next 30 cm the marks will increase at a rate of 0.0 cm per cm. Thus, the score for 349 cm: 16 points for the next 40 cm, the marks will increase at a rate of 0.10 per cm.
Thus, 389 cm: points for 20 points
Points for a valid jump over 389 cm: 20 points.
2) The process of taking PST and PET:
I. As soon as a candidate fails, he/she will be removed from the recruitment process
Qualify in any event during PST or PET. The candidate has to take PET
Sequences determined by the DLSC / Selection Committee
II. Independent statement of the candidate’s signed marks and directing officer
Candidates will be shown the race/tests. The performance will also be announced
Through the PA system. A rejection slip signed by recruitment through A Systems The candidate will be given through the officer/committee member as well as the candidate Ineligible candidate when he or she is excluded from certain exams. Points for Extra-curricular activities and special skills will not be announced immediately This may include further verification of the information. III. Video recording with PST / PET event date/time stamp for each candidate Will is taken up.
IV. Thereafter biometric recording will be done to identify all the candidates PST / PET V The PST and PET results will appear at the end of each day of local testing. However, the candidates will have no claim or right to appear in the written test only for the reason that they have secured minimum eligibility standards PST and PET For all the candidates, after completing the PST and PET, the eligibility lists for each category (Unrecognized, OBC / MOBC, SC, ST). ,
Based on the overall score of ST (H) and EWS Constable (Communication) and Unprotected for each category (both men and women), OBC / MOBC, SC, ST (P), ST (H) and EWS only for men and emergency rescuers. Candidates will be called for Written Examination (5) each for qualifying written examination at the rate of PET. The number of times a given category of positions with respect.
If the total number of eligible candidates appeared to be less than 5 times the posts, all the eligible candidates but no one else will be called for the written exam. So, there are candidates who have been selected as the last candidate in the PET. And so the numbers can only exceed 5 times that limit for that particular case and category.
Similarly, according to the rank of posts for the Deputy Officers (messenger, carpenter, and UB) of F&E and Constable, the State Quality List will be prepared as per the record of total marks in PET at the rate of five (five) times as above. 3) Written Test: The written test will have 3 multiple choice type questions answered on the OMR Answer Sheet.
For each correct answer, the candidate will get half marks for the written test. There will be no negative markings on it. The question will cover the following topics: Elementary arithmetic II. General English III. Logical reasoning / mental ability IV. Assam’s history, geography, politics, economy.
General Awareness / General Knowledge and Current Affairs Written test will be conducted all day across the state in Guwahati or in each category or depending on the number of district headquarters and the convenience of SLPRB.
The date and place of the written examination will be indicated at the appropriate time.
Assam Police Requirement:
12) Extra-executive actions and special skills: Maximum 10 points.
A) Assam Police Requirement: Academic Qualification (Extra Course Points) Eligibility for educational allocation will be based on the results of the Constable (Messenger) and Constable’s HSLC (carpenter) and constable (communication) and high school examination constable (UB) and deputy officer, fireman and F&ES. Emergency Rescuers:
Maximum points 5m 45– 59.99%: 2 (two) points ii. 60 – 74.99%: 3 (three) points iii. 75% and above: 5 (five) marks.
(B) National Cadet Corps (NCC) – Maximum marks – 1 – (three) (i) NCC ‘C’ certificate – ((three) marks (ii) NCC ‘B’ Certificate – 1 (Two) Marks (iii) NCC ‘A’ Certificate – 1 (one) Marks.
(C) Home Guard – Maximum Marks – (three)
(i) Homeguards who have completed advanced training and are posted as armed home guards for the duration 4. (Four) years or more – 3 (three) marks.
(ii) Advanced Homeguards trained and posted as one-armed Homeguard One year or more Less than 4 years – 2 (Two) marks.
(iii) Homeguards who have completed the basic course Refresher training and 4 (four) on duty as Homeguards. For years or longer. – 2 (two) marks (iv) Homeguards who have completed basic training and posted as Homeguards for a continuous period of 1 (one) year or more but less than 4 (four) years. – 1 (A) Icon.
(D) Game – Maximum Points – 4 (Four)
(i) India represented in recognized international competitions and received discipline and medals from the International Olympic Committee. (4) Four points.
(ii) India represented in international competitions in any subject recognized by the International Olympic Committee. – 3 (three) marks.
(iii) National level athletes representing the nation have received associations and medals in any subject recognized by the Indian Olympics. – 3 (three) points.
(iv) Organization of national level sportspersons representing the nation in any subject approved by the Indian Olympics. – 2 (Two) points.
(v) State-level sportsperson who represented in the district wins state-level competition and medal. – 2 (two) points.
(vi) Representative State level sportsperson in the state-level tournament – 1 (one) points.
(E) Assam Police Requirement: Professionalism in Computers – Max Marks – 5 (five)
(i) Master of Computer Application Application (MCA) – (five) marks.
(ii) Bachelor of Computer Application Application (BCA) – (four) marks.
(iii) any Government. 3 (Two) Year Diploma / UGC Approved / Authorized Institution / Institute – 3 (Three) Marks (iv) 1 (One) Diploma of any Government Year / UGC Approved / Approved University / Institute – 2 (Two) Marks.
(v) At least ((six) months course in the computer) from any Government. A) Year Certificate and Affiliate Environment – 2 (two) marks (g) Fireman and additional weight of candidates selected for the post. Nibali defender.
(A) Swimming / Diving Certificate – 1 (two) marks (b) Fire / Rock Climbing and Tracking Certificate – 2 (two) Marks / Martial Arts Certificate (c) ITI / Foreman Certificate – 2 (two) marks.
Assam Police Requirement – Note:
Extra-curricular activities will have more marks and specialized skills – 10 points Candidates should bring a set of copies of the photo of the document against which he/she is against Claims to be under “Extra-Curricular Activities and Special Skills”. S The Chairman or a member of the DLSC / Selection Committee shall keep the signature Copies of PET cleared candidates. A list of such documents is required Candidates must prepare and sign for the record.
3) Assam Police Requirement: Final Results:
The final score will be created based on the score obtained as follows: A) Points awarded in PET – Maximum marks 40. B) Multiple choice objective written test: maximum score 50. C) Extra-Curricular Activities and Special Skills: Maximum marks 10. 5 points total. Selection list: The relevant allocation will be district wise selection lists as compared to the vacant seats.
Ready for each category (UR, OBC / MOBC, SC, ST (P), ST (H) and EWS) for both men. And Constable (Communication) and Women for each category (UR, OBC / MOBC, SC, Constable of F&E based on the total marks obtained by ST (P), ST (H) and EWS (S) (H) and EWS (C). Candidate.
If no vacancies of the reserved category are left vacant The availability of candidates of that category in any district, after which such post (s) will be interested Fill in the state quality list for that category. Next, F&E and the constable (messenger, carpenter and The UB of the APRO) by the number of posts by category will be the only state quality lists Ready.
Assam Police Requirement: Selected lists will be published on the SLPRB website www.slprbassam.in and By other available means. No waiting list. NB: (i) If the score equals, the candidate will be given higher position by age Next on the quality list, the candidates with the same birth date and the same candidates The higher the score, the higher the candidate will be ranked higher in the quality list.
ii) If the positions reserved for EWS are not filled by EWS candidates
These positions will be filled due to a lack of qualified candidates, the post filled up from the Candidate of the unreserved category.
Assam Police Requirement