Candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria for the Assam Police Constable Recruitment 2022 will be called for the very first stage of PET/PST. The Physical Standard Test carries no marks. Under the Physical Standard, the test the measurements of height, weight, and chest of only males will be taken.
After this candidates will be examined by the Medical Officer for color blindness, vision defects, knock knee, varicose vein, flat foot, physical deformities, etc.
After clearing PST, candidates will have to appear for the Physical Efficiency Test (PET), under which the following things will happen.
- PET will be of 40 marks and will have two events namely Race and Long Jump.
- Male candidates who will qualify for PST will have to complete a race of 3200 meters in 14 minutes and a minimum 335 cm long jump.
- Female candidates who will qualify for PST will have to complete a race of 1600 meters within 8 minutes and a minimum of 244 cm for the long jump.
After PST/PET a merit list will be released by the exam conducting authority. Those candidates who have successfully qualified will be called for the written test.
Assam Police Constable Written Test Exam Pattern 2022
The Assam Police Constable written test will have 100 objective-type questions and it will be conducted offline. For each correct answer, the candidate will be given 0.5 marks. There will be no negative marking and the written test will be of 50 marks. The questions asked in the written test will be of class 9th and 10th level.
The Assam Police Constable Exam Pattern for the written test is as follows:
||Total no. of Questions
|Assam’s History, Geography, Polity, Economy
||No negative marking
|Logical reasoning/ Mental ability
|General Awareness/General Knowledge and current affairs
A point to be noted is that 10 marks will be given for extracurricular activities and special skills, 3 marks will be given for the NCC certificate, 5 marks will be given for sports, 5 marks will be given for proficiency in computers, 3 marks will be given for Diploma/Certificate course from ITI/Polytechnic or other recognized accredited technical institute.
The final list of qualified candidates will be prepared out of 100 marks for which the bifurcation is as follows:
- PET- 40 Marks
- Written Test- 50 Marks
- Extracurricular activities and special skills- 10 Marks