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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    Delhi Police SI Recruitment Exam
  • Mode of Conduction
    Computer-Based Test
  • Exam Duration
    120 minutes
  • Official Website
    ssc.nic.in
  • Total Marks
    200
  • Total No. of Questions
    200
  • No. of Sections
    4
  • Medium of the exam
    both English and Hindi
  • Marking Scheme
    there will be ¼ marks of negative marking for every wrong answer attempted in the examination. Each question will carry a 2 mark. For every right answer given by the candidates, they will be awarded 2 marks and there is a provision for the deduction of marks for every wrong answer. Ques. How many vacancies are there for Delhi Police SI Recruitment 2022?
Eligibilty Criteria

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has previously released the eligibility parameters for the aspiring candidates who are going to fill out the form of the Delhi Police SI must fulfil the eligibility criteria given below.

In case of any discrepancies found by the commission, candidates give the exam. Also if the candidates are not able to fulfil the necessary eligibility criteria required, their application forms will be rejected and they will not be allowed to sit in the Computer Based Test.

Delhi Police SI Age Limit

The minimum age limit of the candidates for the Delhi Police SI recruitment 2022 will be 20 years and the maximum age limit for candidates will be 25 years for both male and female candidates.

This year's official notification regarding the Delhi Police SI recruitment has not been released by the SSC yet, therefore, conditions of age relaxation given to the candidates are not known. Based on the previous year's analysis the age relaxation of the candidates are given below:

Category Age Relaxation (permissible over upper age limit)
Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) 5 years
Candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribe (ST) 5 years
Candidates belonging to Other Backward Caste (OBC) 3 years
Candidates who are Ex-servicemen 3 years (according to military service of the candidate deduction will be done on the closing date)
Women who are Widows or divorced judicially and Unmarried belonging to Other Backward Caste (OBC) 10 years
Women who are Widows or divorced judicially and Unmarried belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) 15 years
Women who are Widows or divorced judicially and Unmarried belonging to Scheduled Tribe (ST) 15 years
Departmental candidates who have rendered 3 years of continuous service belonging to Unreserved (UR) 5 years
Departmental candidates who have rendered 3 years of continuous service belonging to Other Backward Caste (OBC) 8 years
Departmental candidates who have rendered 3 years of continuous service belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) 10 years
Departmental candidates who have rendered 3 years of continuous service belonging to Scheduled Tribe (ST) 10 years

Delhi Police SI Educational Qualification

Candidates who are going to fill out the application form for Delhi Police SI Recruitment 2022 should be graduated in any stream from a recognized board or university or Institution of India.

Exam Pattern

The written examination of Delhi Police SI recruitment will consist of two papers to be conducted online.

The first paper will be a Computer-Based Test and the second paper will be a Descriptive exam.

  • The exam will be of 100 marks
  • There will be a multiple-choice question
  • The paper is divided into four sections General Awareness, Mathematics, General Intelligence and Reasoning and English.
  • The duration of the Delhi Police SI will be two hours or 120 minutes

Paper 1- (Computer Based Test)

Subjects Total Questions Total Marks
General awareness 50 50
English Language 50 50
Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
General Intelligence and Reasoning ability 50 50
Total 200 200

Paper 2- (Descriptive paper)

The second paper will be the descriptive exam that will contain 200 questions from English Language and comprehension:

Subject Type Duration of exam Number of Questions Maximum Marks
English language and Comprehension Objective 2 hours 200 200 Marks

Delhi Police SI Physical Measurement Test

There are certain physical standards candidates are required to meet to clear the Delhi Police SI exam. The instructions for the physical standards are given below:

Categories Minimum Height (in cms) Chest Expansion (in cms)
Candidates belonging to Unreserved, Other Backward Castes (OBC), Scheduled Caste, Ex-servicemen, Economically Weaker Section, and Female Candidates Male 165 cm Minimum – 78 - 82 cm Expansion – 4 cm
Female 157 cm Not applicable
  • Candidates who are Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhas, Dogras, or Marathas.
  • Candidates belonging to Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Assam, Meghalaya, Himachal Pradesh, and Jammu and Kashmir (UT)
Male 160 cm Minimum – 73 cm expansion – 4 cm
Female 145 cm Not applicable
Candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes Male 165 cm Minimum – 72 - 82 cm expansions – 4 cm
Female 157 cm Not applicable

Delhi Police SI Physical Endurance Test

After the Computer-Based Test and Descriptive paper, a merit list is prepared for the candidates shortlisted for the physical efficiency test. Below are the physical endurance criteria mentioned in the tabulated format for all the candidates including departmental candidates and ex-servicemen

Male Candiates

The physical efficiency test for Male candidates are written here in the tabulated form:

Physical Efficiency Test
Age Running Long Jump High Jump
Candidates whose age is 30 years 07 minutes 12 ½ feet 3 ½ feet
Candidates who's age is between 30 years and 40 years 08 minutes 11 ½ feet 3 ¼ feet
Candidates whose age is above 40 years 09 minutes 10 ½ feet 3 feet

Female Candiates

The physical efficiency test for Female candidates are written here in the tabulated form:

Physical Efficiency Test
Age Running Long Jump High Jump
Candidates whose age is 30 years 05 minutes 09 feet 3 feet
Candidates who's age is between 30 years and 40 years 06 minutes 08 feet 2 ¼ feet
Candidates whose age is above 40 years 07 minutes 07 feet 2 ½ feet
Syllabus

General Awareness

  • Current Regional, National, International Events
  • Indian Economy
  • Emergence and development of planning exercises in India
  • Performance and Dynamics, its challenges
  • New Initiatives, reforms, etc. by state and central government
  • Important Events
  • Developments and Sector Initiatives
  • NITI Aayog aims, constitution and functions
  • Social Audit
  • Indian Constitution
  • Evolution and features of Preamble
  • Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties
  • Directive Principles of State Policy and Amendments, Significant Provisions and Basic Structure
  • Panchayati Raj
  • Public Policy
  • Polity and Governance, Issues of Human Rights, Women Empowerment, Child Rights and policies, SC and ST minority rights
  • Important policies and programs of central and state government
  • India’s foreign policy
  • International Relations
  • Important Institutions
  • Cultural Heritage of India
  • Art Forms
  • Literature
  • Litterateurs
  • Sculpture and Architecture
  • Important organisations Non-Verbalthe examinations andBoardisThe payscale institutions.
  • Indus Valley Civilization
  • Indian Geography
  • Physical, Social, and Economical
  • General Issues and Legal aspects
  • Environment and ecology - Treaties and policy framework made by the government
  • Biodiversity and climate change
  • Forest and Wildlife Conservation in India
  • Environmental Hazards
  • Pollution
  • Carbon Emission
  • Global Warming
  • Science and Technology
  • Science and technology in daily life
  • Contribution of Prominent Indian Scientist
  • Space Technology and progress made by the country
  • Technology in Defence
  • Biotechnology
  • Nanotechnology
  • Energy Policy of India
  • Nuclear Policy of India
  • The Scheme launched by the government
  • Social and religious affairs
  • India’s freedom Movement
  • Revolutionaries of India
  • Important dynasties of India its Impact and Contribution

General Intelligence

  1. Alphanumeric Test
  2. Analogies
  3. Arithmetical Reasoning
  4. Blood Relations
  5. Calendar
  6. Clocks
  7. Classifications
  8. Coding-Decoding
  9. Dice and Cube
  10. Data Sufficiency
  11. Images
  12. Mathematical operations
  13. Non-Verbal Series
  14. Order and Ranking
  15. Distance and Direction
  16. Mirror Image
  17. Water Image
  18. Figure Counting
  19. Paper Cutting and Folding
  20. Puzzle
  21. Series Completion
  22. Statements and Conclusions
  23. Syllogism
  24. Decision Making
  25. Assertion and Reasoning

Mathematics Syllabus

  1. Algebra
  2. Average
  3. Percentage
  4. Ratio and Proportion
  5. Simple and Compound Interest
  6. Circles
  7. Line and Line Segment
  8. Triangles
  9. Probability
  10. Pipe and Cistern
  11. Boat and Stream
  12. Time, Speed and Distance
  13. Problem on Ages
  14. Trigonometry
  15. Time and Work
  16. Permutations and Combinations
  17. Binomial Theorem
  18. Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola
  19. Three-Dimensional Geometry
  20. Number System
  21. Sequence and Series
  22. Matrices
  23. Determinants
  24. Statistics
  25. Sets
  26. Linear Equations
  27. Relations and Functions
  28. Vector Algebra
  29. Complex Numbers
  30. Limit and Continuity
  31. Polynomials
  32. Mensuration
  33. Height and Distance
  34. Simplification
  35. Number system

English Language Syllabus

Vocabulary and Grammar

  • Transformation
  • Spelling Test
  • Comprehension
  • Antonyms and Synonyms
  • Grammar
  • Comprehension Passages
  • One Word Substitution
  • Idioms & Phrases
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Passage Correction
  • Odd One Out
  • Para Completion
  • Cloze Test
  • Para jumbles
  • Errors
  • Spelling Check

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