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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    Delhi Police MTS Exam
  • Exam Duration
    90 minutes
  • Official Website
    https://delhipolice.nic.in
  • Total Marks
    100
  • Total No. of Questions
    100
  • No. of Sections
    3
  • Medium of the exam
    English and Hindi
  • Marking Scheme
    No negative marking +1 for every correct answer
Eligibilty Criteria

The eligibility criteria for the Delhi Police MTS Recruitment have been mentioned below. The applicants should be aware of the Delhi Police MTS Eligibility criteria before applying.

Delhi Police MTS Educational Qualification 2022

To be qualified for the post of Delhi Police MTS, the applicant shall meet the Delhi Police MTS eligibility criteria for educational qualifications as given by the Delhi Police Commission. Applicants must have completed the metric or its equivalent, or have completed an ITI in the trade from a government-approved institute.

Delhi Police MTS Age Limit 2022

The applicants should be at least 18 years old on the day of applying for the Delhi Police MTS Recruitment 2022 examination. The maximum age limit is 27 years. The relaxation in the upper age limit has been given to the applicants belonging to the following categories:

Category Age Relaxation
OBC 3 years
SC 5 years
ST 5 years
Widows, divorcees, separated women (UR) till 35 years
Widows, divorcees, separated women (OBC) till 38 years
Widows, divorcees, separated women (SC) till 40 years
Widows, divorcees, separated women (ST) till 40 years
PWD (UR) till 35 years
PWD (OBC) till 38 years
PWD (SC) till 40 years
PWD (ST) till 40 years
Ex-servicemen (UR) 3 years after deduction of the military service reduced from the actual age on the closing date
Ex-servicemen (OBC) 6 years after deduction of the military service reduced from the actual age on the closing date
Ex-servicemen- SC 8 years after deduction of the military service reduced from the actual age on the closing date
ST 8 years after deduction of the military service reduced from the actual age on the closing date
Exam Pattern

The Delhi Police MTS Examination Pattern includes two stages which are Written Test and Trade Test. The details are mentioned below:

Delhi Police MTS Written Test 2022

There will be a common exam for every post under the Delhi Police MTS. Every question shall be of objective multiple choice type and the examination carries 100 marks. A candidate shall get 90 minutes to qualify the paper. Every question carries 1 mark. There will be no negative marking. The medium of the examination paper will be in both English and Hindi.

The written examination of the Delhi Police MTS Recruitment 2022 follows the examination pattern that is mentioned below:

Part Subject Marks Questions Time
Part A General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 25 90 minutes
Part B Numerical Aptitude 25 25 -
Part C General Awareness and Current Affairs 50 50 -

Delhi Police MTS Trade Test 2022

  • The exam will be of 20 marks for a distinct post.
  • Applicants who score 10 marks and above will be eligible.
Syllabus

Delhi Police commission will release the syllabus for the written exam and the trade test on its official website. Every candidate shall be aware of the subjects and papers that establish the two phases of the selection procedure. The Delhi Police MTS syllabus 2022 for each has been mentioned below.

Delhi Police MTS Written Test Syllabus

Given below is the table containing the syllabus for the exam:

Part Subject Syllabus
A General Intelligence and Reasoning
  • Space visualization
  • Describing and making visual memory
  • Analysis and judgment
  • Relationship concepts
  • Discriminating observations
  • Similarities and differences
  • Problem-solving
  • Figure classification
B Numerical Aptitude
  • Number systems and computation of whole numbers
  • Fundamental arithmetic operations
  • Percentage and averages
  • Ratio and proportion
  • Decimals and fractions
  • Mensuration
  • Time and work
  • Interest and discount
  • Profit and loss
C General Awareness and Current Affairs
  • Current affairs
  • History
  • Geography
  • Culture
  • Sports
  • Economics
  • Scientific research
  • Polity and Indian Constitution

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