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Punjab Police Constable 2024 Syllabus

Punjab Police Constable 2024

SELECTION PROCESS 

The recruitment for filling up the vacancies in the two cadres, mentioned in Para-3, shall be carried out through a Common Application Form (CAF) and Common Computer Based (CBT) process followed by Physical Screening Test (PST) and Physical Measurement Test (PMT) with specified qualifying parameters. All the candidates shall be required to indicate their choice of cadres, in order of preference, in the Application Form, provided that they meet the eligibility criteria. In case a candidate applies for only one cadre she/he shall be considered only for posts in that cadre and not for posts in any other cadre. The preference indicated in the application submitted by the candidate shall be final and cannot be changed. The allocation of selected candidates to different cadres shall be on the basis of their respective merit and the indicated preference of cadre against category-wise vacancies subject to their fulfilling the requisite eligibility criteria. 

The selection process shall be a 3 (three) stage process consisting of the following: 

Stage-I: Stage-I will consist of two common Computer Based Test (CBT), multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type Paper viz. Paper-I and Paper-II, of which Paper-II shall be qualifying in nature.

Stage-II: Stage-II will consist of Physical Screening Test (PST) and Physical Measurement Test (PMT). Both Physical Screening Test and Physical Measurement Test shall be qualifying in nature. 

Stage-III: Stage-III will consist of Document Scrutiny

STAGE–I: Computer Based Test 

The first stage of the selection process shall be Common Computer Based Test (CBT) comprising of the following: 

Paper – I Paper-I shall comprise of 100 questions carrying one (01) mark each.
Paper – II Paper-II shall be a mandatory qualifying test of Punjabi language of matriculation standard comprising of 50 questions carrying one (01) mark each with 50% marks as the qualifying criteria. The marks obtained in this Paper shall not be counted for determining merit.

The syllabus and number of questions from various topics is as follows:-  

Paper- I

Duration:

2 hours

 Maximum Marks: 100

 

Subject Syllabus Number of Question
General Awareness (i) Constitution and its features, Central and State Legislature, Executive, Judicial Institutions & Local Government Institutions 

(ii) History, Geography, Culture and Economy of Punjab

(iii) Basics of Science & Technology

 (iv) Current Affairs

35
Quantitative Aptitude and Numerical Skills (i) Simplification  

(ii) Average

(iii) Decimal and Fractions

(iv) Ratio and Proportion

(v) Percentages

(vi) Profit and Loss

(vii) Simple Interest

(viii) Time and Work

(ix) Bar graphs and Line graphs

20
Mental Ability & Logical Reasoning (i) Number and Letter Series  

(ii) Sequencing

(iii) Statements and Conclusions

(iv) Pattern Completion

(v) Order and Ranking

(vi) Direction and Distances

(vii) Relationship Problems

20
English Language Skills (i) Reading Comprehension 

(ii) Punjabi to English Translation

(iii) Sentence rearrangement and correction

(iv) Error Spotting

(v) Fill in the Blanks

(vi) Spelling Correction

(vii) Vocabulary (Synonym, Antonym, one word substitution)

10
Punjabi Language Skills 1 pure/impure

2 synonyms/antonyms

3 Punjabi food and idioms

4 English to Punjabi translation

5 One word instead of many words

6 ignored paragraph

10
Digital Literacy & Awareness (i) Fundamentals of Computers 05

(ii) MS Office (Word, PowerPoint)

(iii) Internet, Worldwide web and Web search engines.

(iv) Email Communication

(v) Mobile Phones(basic conceptual knowledge)

5
Paper-II Duration: 1 hour Maximum Marks: 50 Mandatory Qualifying paper of Punjabi Language Mandatory Qualifying paper of Punjabi Language (equivalent to Matriculation standard) 50

NOTE : Each candidate shall be issued an Admit Card indicating the specific date, time and venue for candidate’s Computer Based Test Papers. The candidate is required to download the Admit Card and bring a hard copy (printout) of the Admit card, along with any one prescribed Photo Identity Proof (Aadhaar Card, Indian Driving License, PAN card, Voter Identity card, Indian Passport) for entry to the venue of the Examination Centre.

Note2: No other Identity Proof shall be admissible.  

Negative Marking

There shall be no negative marking.

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