Assam Police Selection Process Methodology – Constable, SI, Warder Etc.




Assam Police — Selection Procedure
Address HQs: B.K Kakati Road, Ulubari, Guwahati-781007, Assam (INDIA)
Phone No.: +91-361-2521242 (HQs)

Assam Police is a mammoth organization with a sanctioned strength of approximately 65000 workforce. It is led by the Director General Of Police and the Inspector General Of Police. Read this detailed article to check the Assam Police Selection Process prior submitting your application. IndiaJoining.com provides latest Procedure of Selection for the various posts in Police Dept of Assam. This page specially hosts the Assam Police Recruitment Stages for the vacancies of Sub-Inspector, Constables and Jail Warder. Candidates are requested to check the every stage of selection carefully. The details, marks break-up and all phases of recruitment stage(s) provided below for the ready reference of candidates.

Also check this important (Direct) link – Assam Police Results
Assam Police Recruitment Process

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ASSAM POLICE RECRUITMENT NOTIFICATIONS
Assam Police Online Form 2018 — Constables Vacancy — 5494 Posts
» Application Date: 02.05.2018 to 02.06.2018
» Application Fees: No application fee for any category.
Assam Police Online Form 2018 — Sub-Inspector Of Police — 130 Posts
» Application Date: 17.04.2018 to 17.05.2018
» Application Fees: No application fee for any category.
Assam Police Online Form 2018 — Jail Warder Vacancy — 135 Posts
» Application Date: 08.04.2018 to 08.05.2018
» Application Fees: No application fee for any category.

Below are the details of marks allotment through the various stages of recruitment in Assam Police. If you want to check eligibility standards please check the following link.

Also check this (Direct) link – Assam Police Eligibility Norms

Assam Police Selection Process — Constables Posts

I. Physical Standard Test (PST): Candidate must have to meet the required physical standards, to qualify the PST stage. Measurement standards of height, chest and weight can be accessed from the below given link.

II. Physical Efficiency Test (PET) :Candidates who cleared PST will be required to appear in PET. RFID sensors may be used for this event. The PET consists of several events. Details of physical test are available at below link.

Check this important link – Constable Physical Test Standards

III. Written Exam: Written test will consist of 100 questions of multiple choice of answers. For each correct answer the candidate will get half a mark. Standard of questions will be equivalent to the level of class IX and X. Total marks for the Written Test will be 50. There will be no negative marking.

IV. Extra Curricular Activities: At this stage marks will be given to the outstanding for Extra Curricular Activities and Special Skills. Break-up of marks are given below.

Skill Set/ Activities Marks
A. NCC ‘C’ Certificate. 03
B. NCC ‘B’ Certificate. 02
C. NCC ‘A’ Certificate. 01
D. Proficiency in computers (Certificate/Diploma course or Degree) 1 to 5
E. Diploma/Certificate course from ITI/Polytechnic. 1 to 3

V. Marks for Academic Excellency: At this stage marks will be given to the candidates on the basis of academic performance. Break up of weightage to marks obtained in HSLC for Male, and class VIII for Female candidates.

Percentage Marks
A. 45 – 59.99% marks 02
B. 60-74.99% marks 03
C. 75% and above marks 05

VI. Medical Fitness Test: Candidates must not have squint eyes, Varicose vein, diabetes, hernia, piles, respiratory diseases etc. He/ She must be in good mental and physical health. Distant vision should be 6/6 for at least one eye and not poorer that 6/9 for the other without correction. Near vision should be normal.

VII. Final Results: Merit list/ Select list will be prepared at the last stage based on the total marks obtained by the candidates. Marks will be calculated on the basis of Physical Efficiency Test (max 40), Written Test (max 50), Extra-curricular activities/skills (max 10) and Academic excellence.





Assam Police Recruitment Procedure — Sub-Inspector Police Posts

I. Written Test: Written exam will be of 100 marks having 100 questions. Each question will be of 1 (one) mark. There will be negative marking of ½ (0.5) mark for each wrong answer. Duration of the test will be of Three hours.

Subject/ Test
A. Logical reasoning, aptitude, comprehension.
B. Matters relating to History and Culture of Assam and India.
C. General knowledge, and general studies.

II. Physical Standard Test (PST): Appropriate Standard equipment for measuring height, chest and weight shall be used. Measurement standards of height, chest and weight can be accessed from the below given link. PST will be qualifying in nature.

III. Physical Efficiency Test (PET): Candidates who cleared PST will be admitted to appear in PET. RFID sensors may be used for this event. The PET consists of several events. Details of physical test are available at below link.

Check this important link – SI Physical Test Standards

IV. Extra Curricular Activities: Marks will be given to the outstanding for Extra Curricular Activities and Special Skills. Break-up of marks are given below.

Skill Set/ Activities Marks
A. NCC ‘C’ Certificate + Attended Republic Day Camp. max 05
B. NCC ‘C’ Certificate. max 04
C. NCC ‘B’ Certificate + Attended Republic Day Camp. max 04
D. NCC ‘B’ Certificate. max 03
E. NCC ‘A’ Certificate + Attended Republic Day Camp. max 03
F. NCC ‘A’ Certificate max 02
G. Attended any NCC Camp (with Certificate). max 01
H. Home Guards who have completed advanced training and are experience of 04 years as Armed Home Guard. max 05
I. Home Guards who have completed advanced training and are experience of 1 to 4 years as Armed Home Guard. max 04
J. Home Guards who have completed basic course with refresher training and experience of 4 years or more. max 03
K. Home Guards who have completed the basic training and experience of 2 to 4 years. max 02
K. Home Guards who have completed the basic training and experience of 1 to 2 years. max 01
L. Represented India in International events. 8-10
M. National level Sports person. 4-6
N. State level Sports person. max 02
O. Degree/MCA/Diploma in computers. 2-30

V. Marks for Academic Excellency: At this stage marks will be given to the candidates on the basis of academic performance. Break up of weightage to marks obtained in HSLC for Male, and class VIII for Female candidates.

Percentage Marks
A. 45 % – 59.99 % marks in BA/B. SC/B.Com 02
B. 60 % and above marks in BA/B.Sc/B.Com 04
C. 45 % to 59.99 % marks in B.Tech/MBBS/BDS/LLB. 04
D. 60 % and above marks in B.Tech/MBBS/BDS/LLB. 06
E. Additional Degrees- MA/M.Sc/M.Com/LLB/MBA/LLM/PG. 06

VI. Medical Fitness Test: Candidates must not have squint eyes, Varicose vein, diabetes, hernia, piles, respiratory diseases etc. He/ She must be in good mental and physical health. Distant vision should be 6/6 for at least one eye and not poorer that 6/9 for the other without correction. Near vision should be normal.

VII. Final Results: Merit list/ Select list will be prepared at the last stage based on the total marks obtained by the candidates. Marks will be calculated on the basis of Physical Efficiency Test (max 40), Written Test (max 100), Computer Proficiency (max 30), Extra-curricular activities/skills (max 30) and Academic excellence.





Assam Police Selection Methodology — Jail Warder Posts

Eligible candidates will have to undergo the Physical Standard Tests (PST) and Physical Efficiency Tests (PET). If any candidate is found to have any physical deformity, he/ she will be debarred from participating in the other tests.
I. Physical Standard Test (PST): Appropriate Standard equipment for measuring height, chest and weight shall be used. If a candidate does not meet the required standard, he/she will be rejected by issuing the Rejection Slip. Measurement standards of height, chest and weight can be accessed from the below given link.

II. Physical Efficiency Test (PET) :Candidates who cleared PST will be admitted to appear in PET. RFID sensors may be used for this event. The PET consists of several events. Details of physical test are available at below link.

Check this important link – Warder Physical Test Standards

III. Written Test: Written examination will consist of 75 multiple choice type questions. Each question shall have one mark. There will be no negative marking. Total marks for the Written Test will be 75. The question paper will consist of following topics.

Subject/ Test Marks
A. General English 10
B. Elementary Arithmetic 10
C. General Science 10
D. Logical reasoning/Mental ability 10
E. Indian History, Culture, Indian National Movement 10
F. Assam’s History, Geography, Polity, Economy 15
G. General Awareness, General Knowledge & Current Affairs 10
Total 75

IV. Extra Curricular Activities: At this stage marks will be given to the outstanding for Extra Curricular Activities and Special Skills. Maximum 10 marks can be given to a candidate. Break-up of marks are given below.

Skill Set/ Activities Marks
A. NCC/ Sports/ Home Guard/ Proficiency in Computer or Handicrafts or Weaving or Tailoring 05
B. International level sports person 04
C. National level sports person 03
D. State Level sports person 02
E. Home Guards with experience of more than 1 year 02
F. Home Guards who have completed advance training and have experience of more than 1 year 03
G. Having Certificate course (duration 1+ year) of Handicrafts/Weaving/Tailoring 02
H. Having Diploma course of Handicrafts/Weaving/Tailoring 03
I. Ex-serviceman 02
J. Diploma in Computer Application/Networking 2 to 5

V. Marks for Academic Excellency: At this stage marks will be given to the candidates on the basis of academic performance. Break up of weightage to marks obtained in HSLC for Male, and class VIII for Female candidates.

Percentage Marks
A. 33 % to 44.99 % 01
B. 45 % to 49.99 % 02
C. 50 % to 59.99 % 03
D. 60 % to 69.99 % 04
E. 70 % & above 05

VI. Medical Fitness Test: Candidates must not have squint eyes, Varicose vein, diabetes, hernia, piles, respiratory diseases etc. He/ She must be in good mental and physical health. Distant vision should be 6/6 for at least one eye and not poorer that 6/9 for the other without correction. Near vision should be normal.

VII. Final Results: Merit list/ Select list will be prepared at the last stage based on the total marks obtained by the candidates. Marks will be calculated on the basis of Physical Efficiency Test (max 15), Written Test (max 75), Extra-curricular activities/skills (max 10) and Academic excellence.

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