CRPF HC ministerial recruitment 2016
Central Reserve Police Force has invited to fill 686 vacancies of head Constable (ministerial). All the eligible Male and Female candidates can apply through online. The last date for the submission of the application form is 5th May, 2016.
The candidates who are going to apply should pass 10th and Intermediate or its equivalent from recognized board or institute. Candidates should have minimum typing speed and basic computer knowledge is must.
Candidates should have minimum 18 years and maximum 25 years as on 5th May, 2016. Upper age relaxation is applicable for reserved candidates and for general candidates age relaxation wont applicable as per Central Reserve police force.
Scale of pay
For the selected candidates they will pay Rs 5200/- to 20200/- along with grade pay 2400/-
The selection is based on the performance of the candidate in the exam, first round of the exam is Written test, Physical stander test, Skill test, and medical test.
Eligible candidates need to pay the application fee for General and OBC candidates have to pay Rs 100/- and the candidates who belong to SC / ST / Female no need to pay the fee. The general and OBC candidates has to pay through online mode such as Net banking / Credit card / debit card or SBI bank challana.
Examination date and test centres
Central Reserve Police Force will organize written exam for HC posts on June 26, 2016. The test centres are in Hyderabad, Guwahati, Silchur, Muzaffarpur, Mokamehghat, Bilaspur, Jharodakalan, Ghandinagar, Neemuch, Gurgaon, Bantalab, Ranchi, Bangalore, Bhopal, Pallipuram, Nagpur, Imphal, Bhubaneshwar, Jalandhar, Ajmer, Agartala, Avadi, Lucknow, Durgapur, Rampur, Noida, Pinjore, Srinagar,Allahabad, Pune, khatkhati, Gwalior, Amethi, Siliguri, Kathgodam, Sonepat.
Written exam pattern
The exam consists two parts, part 1 is objective type the languages are optional i.e Hindi or English. The subjects are General intelligence, Numerical Aptitude, Clerical aptitude. The Qualifying marks are 40 percent for general and 35 percent for SC / ST / OBC. It means 80 marks for General candidates and 70 marks for SC / ST / OBC. The total marks are 200.
Part 2 is a descriptive type it consists 2 questions i.e Essay writing of 15 marks with 150 words in Hindi or English and letter writing is for 10 marks it is to be written in about 100 words it consists 25 marks. Marks obtained in part 2 by candidate are added to final merit list, part 2 doesn’t consists minimum qualifying marks.
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