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Delhi Police Exam Pattern 2018 | Selection Process

Delhi Police Exam Pattern 2018 | Selection Process

Three days back, Department of Delhi Police released a notice regarding a change in the recruitment rule 2018 with the declaration of an umpteen number of vacancies for the interested candidates, however a ratified notification regarding these vacancies will be declared soon.
The recently out notification claims 53,165 vacancies to be filled by the bona fide candidates. The newly mentioned recruitment rules involve age relaxation, relaxation regarding medical parameters, reservation relaxation to the aspirants with disabilities and others for various posts viz. Increment in upper age limit from 21 to 24 years and Provision of tattoos and lasik eye surgery in the medical standards for the post of Constable(Exe) and 3% reservation to persons with disabilities for the post of HC(Min.), ASI(Steno.) and HC(Store Clerk) have been mentioned under the revised rules.
The official notification for 53,165 vacancies distributing posts accordingly will be out any time sooner. So without wasting time, remain updated with the information regarding Delhi Police Exam which we will keep on providing at SSCADDA site about any particular step taken by the department, if you have made up your mind to grab these prestigious posts, getting familiar with the exam pattern, keeping eye on each and every announcement and go through of examination structure is the foremost task to do by a devoted aspirant.

Delhi Police Constable Selection Process

The Commission will process and declare the result of Computer based written examination and the merit list of candidates will be provided to Delhi Police for further Detailed Medical Examination (DME) and Police Verification.
Below provided pattern is based on previous year criterion and is modestly expected for the upcoming Delhi Police Exam.

Scheme of Delhi Police Constable Examination

SubjectNumber Of QuestionsMaximum MarksTime Allowed

90 minutes
General Knowledge/ Current Affairs5050
Numerical Ability1515
Some Important points:
  • Computer based Written Examination will be in English & Hindi only.
  • No Negative Marking.
  • The questions will be of Matriculation level.
  • Candidates are not permitted to use Mobile Phone, Calculators or any other electronic/electrical device. Candidates, therefore, MUST NOT bring Mobile Phone, Calculators or any other electronic / electrical device inside the Computer Based Written Examination premises. Possession of these items, whether in use or not, will be considered as “use of unfair means” in the Examination and appropriate action will be taken by the Commission against such candidates, as per extant policy of the Commission. 
  • The Commission will not take cognizance of representations regarding the Question Paper of Computer Based Written Examination, received later than ten days after placement of answer keys on the website.

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