Sub-Inspector Jobs 2019 | West Bengal Police 668 Posts, Online Form, Syllabus

West Bengal Police Sub Inspector Recruitment 2019

  • Job update: 14.08.2019
  • Employment type: Full-time
  • Job location: West Bengal
  • Total vacancies: 668 Posts

Sub-Inspector of Police (Un-armed Branch) and Sub-Inspector of Police (Armed Branch) in West Bengal Police recruitment 2019 notification has been released. WB Police SI 2019 Vacancy is now open at govt job portal. West Bengal Police SI Online Form 2019 is live for online application submission.

West Bengal Police Sub Inspector Vacancy 2019

Sub-Inspector Jobs 2019 | WB Police 668 Posts, Online Form, Syllabus

West Bengal Police
Sub-Inspector Vacancies 2019
Vacancy name:Sub-Inspector WB Police Recruitment 2019
WBP SI Exam Dates:
  1. Starting date of submitting applications: 10.08.2019
  2. Last date of submitting applications: 09.09.2019
  3. Last date of deposit of application fee: 12.09.2019
Application Fee:Rs.250/- for All categories (except Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe of West Bengal only).
Eligibility:Degree in any discipline.
How to apply:Application window for submitting application through on-line or downloading of off-line application form. Interested applicants may apply online or download application form to submit paper applications through offline mode. Read the WB Police Sub-Inspector 2019 notification carefully before applying.
Eligibility Norms for Sub-Inspector in West Bengal Police

Followings are the eligibility norms for applying to the WB Police Sub-Inspector Exam 2019.

Post NameSalaryQualificationAge as on 01.01.2019
Sub-Inspector (UB)Rs.7100–37600 with Grade Pay of Rs.3900/-Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university or its equivalent. Able to speak, read and write Bengali Language (not applicable for permanent residents of hill sub-divisions of Darjeeling and Kalimpong Districts).not less than 20 years and not more than 27 years. Relaxation is upper age is admissible to reserved categories as per rules of WB Govt.
Sub-Inspector (AB)

Vacancy Details:

Sub-Inspector (Unarmed Branch)494272503410929
Sub-Inspector (Armed Branch)1749418133811

Selection Procedure of Sub-Inspector in WB Police

The selection of WB Police Sub-Inspector will be based on the following stages.

  1. Phase-I: Preliminary examination (Objective test)
  2. Phase-II: Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  3. Phase-III: Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  4. Phase-IV: Written Combined Competitive Examination
  5. Phase-V: Personality Test
Exam Pattern of Sub-Inspector in West Bengal Police

Check and download the detailed examination scheme of Sub-Inspector in West Bengal Police.

Test of Physical Measurement

Name of TestPost NameCategory
Height (to be scaled in centimeters)163 cm160 cmGorkha, Rajbanshi, Garwali, ST
173 cm167 cmAll Others
Chest (with minimum expansion of 5 cm)81 cm76 cmGorkha, Rajbanshi, Garwali, ST
86 cm79 cmAll Others
Weight (in kilogram units)54 kg52 kgGorkha, Rajbanshi, Garwali, ST
60 kg56 kgAll Others

Test of Physical Efficiency

Post NameEvent
Sub-Inspector of Police (UB/AB)800 meters run to be competed within 03 (three) minutes, in single chance

Pattern of Written Examination

Preliminary examination (MCQ based objective type questions)General Studies50100Composite duration of preliminary examination is total 90 minutes
Logical & Analytical reasoning2550
Main Exam (Paper-I)General Studies50502 hours
Paper-IILogical & Analytical reasoning25251 hour
Paper-IIIArithmetic25251 hour
West Bengal Police Sub-Inspector Syllabus 2019

General Studies: Questions will be set to test the General Knowledge of candidates in different spheres.

Logical & Analytical Reasoning: Questions will be set to test the logical and analytical ability of the candidate.

Arithmetic: Questions will be set on the basis of the syllabus of Madhyamik Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

Main Exam Paper-II (English): Questions may be asked on all or any of the concern domain. Here are some exam preparation tips.

  • Drafting of a report from the points or material supplied.
  • Translation from Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali, as the case may be to English.
  • Condensing of a prose passage (summary/precis).
  • Correct use of words, correction of sentences, use of common phrases, synonyms and antonyms etc.

Main Exam Paper-III (Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali): Questions may be asked to assess the knowledge of concern language.

  • Drafting of a report from the points or material supplied
  • Translation from English to Bengali and English to Nepali for the candidates who have opted for ‘Bengali’ or ‘Nepali’ respectively and translation from Hindi/Urdu to Bengali for the candidates who have opted for Hindi or Urdu.
  • The translation shall be of 20 marks.
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