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What are levels in delhi police selection process?

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    Delhi Police Recruitment 2019: Selection Process Written Test – 100 marks. Physical Endurance Test/ Physical Efficiency Test (PET) – Qualifying. Typing Test on Computer – 25 marks. Computer (formatting) Test – 25 marks. Medical Test.

    Ajith Balaji C - Nov 06, 2019 |

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    Candidates having qualified written examination must pass medical/fitness test and interview to get selected. Indian citizens in the age group of 20 – 25 years are often considered for Sub Inspector (Executive) Profile in Delhi Police.

    Manasa - Nov 15, 2019 |

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    The Delhi Police selection process goes like this: Computer-Based exam: First the selection will be based on the performance of the candidates in Computer Based Examination (CBE). Candidates have to secure minimum qualifying marks fixed by the authority to pass the exam. Physical Endurance & Measurement Test (PE & MT): Qualified candidates in CBE will be shortlisted for Physical Endurance & Measurement Test conducted at the notified venues. It will be qualifying in nature. Document Verification: Those who will qualify PE & MT will be provisionally selected. They will be invited for Document Verification. All the selected candidates have to verify their original documents at the designated centers. The selection procedure also involves medical examination of the provisionally selected applicants. Applicants who will be medically fit and satisfy all the conditions will be finally selected and given an appointment.

    Kanaga Revathi - Nov 15, 2019 |

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    The levels in delhi police selection process: Computer Based Objective Type Test, Physical Endurance and Measurement Test, Typing Test and Computer (Formatting)Test.

    Aravind - Nov 15, 2019 |

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    Selection will be done on the basis of Computer Based Objective Type Test, Physical Endurance and Measurement Test, Typing Test and Computer (Formatting)Test. The selection procedure also involves medical examination of the provisionally selected applicants. Applicants who will be medically fit and satisfy all the conditions will be finally selected and given an appointment.

    Arun kumar - Nov 15, 2019 |

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    Selection process for delhi police : 1. Written Exam, 2. Physical Measurement & Endurance Test

    Sangavi - Nov 16, 2019 |

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    Selection process for delhi police : 1. Written Exam, 2. Physical Measurement & Endurance Test Delhi Police Recruitment Selection Procedure Of Constable : The Delhi Police selection process goes like this: Computer-Based exam: First the selection will be based on the performance of the candidates in Computer Based Examination (CBE). Candidates have to secure minimum qualifying marks fixed by the authority to pass the exam. Physical Endurance & Measurement Test (PE & MT): Qualified candidates in CBE will be shortlisted for Physical Endurance & Measurement Test conducted at the notified venues. It will be qualifying in nature. Document Verification: Those who will qualify PE & MT will be provisionally selected. They will be invited for Document Verification. All the selected candidates have to verify their original documents at the designated centers. The selection procedure also involves medical examination of the provisionally selected applicants. Applicants who will be medically fit and satisfy all the conditions will be finally selected and given an appointment. Delhi Police Recruitment: Exam Pattern: In order to understand the exam pattern of Delhi Police Head Constable exam, candidates should practice previous years’ question paper which will get them familiar with the pattern of the exam. Now here the question paper will be of class 10th level comprising of 30% essay questions, 50% medium level questions, and 20% difficult level questions. Below we have listed the highlights of the exam: The mode of exam is online i.e, Computer Based Examination. The types of questions asked are MCQs. The exam is of total 100 marks. Total number of questions are 100. The examination is in both Hindi and English language. There is no negative marking. The total time period of the exam is 90 minutes.

    Raghu Raman - Nov 17, 2019 |


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