CRPF Selection Methodology | Constable (Pioneer/ Tradesmen)

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Recruitment process of Constable (Pioneer/ Tradesmen) in Central Reserve Police Force will consist of Physical Standards Test (PST)/Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Documentation, written test, Trade Test and Medical fitness test.

  1. Physical Standards Test (PST)
  2. All candidates will be screened for the physical measurement of height, chest and weight. Candidates who meet the requirements of physical standard will further be allowed to participate in the documentation of the education and other certificates.
    Required Physical Standards

    PSTGeneralSTNorth-east (UR)North-east (ST)Hill Areas
    Height170 cms162.5 cms162.5 cms160 cms165 cms
    Chest (Normal)80 cms76 cms77 cms76 cms78 cms
    Chest (Expanded)85 cms81 cms82 cms81 cms83 cms
    WeightProportionate/Corresponding to height and age
  3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  4. Candidates, having the required physical standard, will be required to undergo a physical efficiency test. This will not carry any marks, however, qualifying in nature. It would be mandatory to qualify this test. Candidates have to run for 1.6 km (1 mile) race, to be completed in in 9 minutes.

  5. Documentation
  6. Bringing Original testimonial/documents of the candidates is mandatory, who qualify in PST/PET. Through the documentation process the real eligible candidates will be scrutinized. Candidates who fail to produce requisite original testimonials / certificates will be eliminated from the recruitment process and no candidate will be allowed provisionally.

  7. Written Examination
  8. Candidates who qualify in PST & Documentation will further be called to appear in written examination. Written test will have One paper having two parts carrying a total of 100 marks. Written test will consist of objective type multiple choice questions. Question paper will be set both in Hindi and English for a composite duration of 2 hours.
    Part-I: This will carry 40 marks with 40 questions (1 marks for each question). Questions will be based on General awareness/ knowledge, Knowledge of elementary mathematics, Analytical aptitude, Ability to observe and distinguish patterns, Basic knowledge in English/Hindi.
    Part-II This will carry 60 marks with 60 questions (1 marks for each question). Questions separately for each trade will be set to assess the knowledge of candidate in respective trade. Candidate applying for a particular trade will be given question paper pertaining to that trade only.

  9. Trade Test
  10. All candidates declared pass in written examination will undergo a trade test. Trade test/practical assessment will be qualifying in nature. Out of 50 marks for practical Trade Test, a candidate must secure 20 marks to qualify. Three tests shall be conducted in this examination, as follows-
    A. Training / Education programme/ Course (05 Marks): Candidates having certificate of course duration for more than three months will be eligible to get full marks.
    B. Trade test (40 Marks): Oral assessment of respective trade will be conduced for 05 marks. Practical assessment will be held for 35 marks.
    C. Written skill (05 Marks): Subjective assessment of respective trade in 100 words. Total time given will be 20 minutes.

  11. Medical Examination
  12. Only the candidates, who qualified the above stages of recruitment process, will be called to appear for Medical fitness test. Candidates should be in good mental and physical health conditions, as mentioned in official notification, to clear this stage.

  13. Merit List of Selection
  14. After completion of medical examination test, category-wise merit list will be drawn separately. After then the finally selected candidates will be sent to training at various CRPF centres.


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