Rajastan Constable Selection Process: Rajasthan Police Constable Selection Process Details…
Selection Procedure: Candidates will be selected based on their performance in Written Test, Physical Standard Test, Physical Efficiency Test and Proficiency Test.
Written Test: The written test for the recruitment of all categories of constables shall be for a total of 75 marks. It shall consists of three parts. There will be provision for negative marking for incorrect answers in written examination. There will be not written test for the post of Constable (Band). Minimum qualifying marks shall be 40% for general and OBC/SBC candidates , 36% marks each for SC/ST candidates, 30% marks each for SC/ST candidates of Tribal Sub Plan areas and 25% marks each for Saharia candidates of District Baran in Part A, B and C seperately. The marks obtained in these three parts willbe taken in to consideration for final selection. The number of candidates called for the remaining selection procedure shall be restricted to five times the number of vacancies on the basis of marks obtained in the written examination.
Part II: All the candidates declared successful in written test shall undergo physical standard test (PST).
Physical Standard Test: The candidates who qualify in the written test will be called for the height, chest/ weight measurements (height and weight in case of female candidates). Candidates failing to fulfill the prescribed standards of height, chest/ weight measurements shall be rejected.
Physical Efficiency Test: This test will be qualifying in nature. Candidates who are declared successful in physical efficiency test will be granted 15 marks (in case of constable general duty and operator) and 10 marks (in case constable driver, band and mounted). Marks obtained in the physical efficiency test shall be included for determining the merit of successful candidates. The candidates will uundergo the physical efficiency test at their own risk. Any candidates failing in physical efficiency test will be disqualified.
Proficiency Test: Candidates who have applied for the posts of constable (driver), Constable (Band) and Constable (Mounted) and how have qualified in the physical efficiency test shall be requested to undergo proficiency test carrying 15 marks to judge their suitability for these posts. The minimum pass percentage shall be the same as in written test for various categories.
For Constable (Driver):
|The proficiency test shall consist of the following practical tests
on the subject of vehicle driving and vehicle maintenance
a. Stop Test
b. Steering Test
c. Slalom Test – as per Annexure ‘C’
d. Driving of Heavy Vehicles (along with possession of Heavy Vehicle Driving Licence)
e. Removing three simple mechanical and
electrical faults in the vehicle
A Candidate fails the test if –
1. Basic vehicle operation is not demonstrated smoothly
2. The driver cannot demonstrate control of the vehicle when driving and Braking.
3. The driver hits the obstacle(s).
4. The driver cannot pass the slalom circuit.
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(ii). For Constable (Band): 15 Marks
It shall include different practical tests on the subject of band as under:-
(i). Playing of band instruments and band tunes 5 Marks
(ii). Knowledge of band instruments and their maintenance 5 Marks
(iii). Bugle praying 5 Marks
(iii) For Constable (Mounted): 15 Marks
It shall include different practical tests on the subject of riding and horses as under
i. Riding skills test 10 Marks
ii. Knowledge about horses and their upkeep. 5 Marks
Candidates failing to qualify in the proficiency test shall be disqualified for selection.
B. Special Qualifications:
For the post of Constable (General Duty) and Constable (Operator).
|1.N.C.C : Candidates having N.C.C certificates will be awarded marks as follows (for the highest available certificate only)|
|a. ‘C’ Certificate 3
b. ‘B’ Certificate 2
c. ‘A’ Certificate
|321Maximum marks will be limited to 3 only|
|2. Efficiency in Computer:Candidates having Computer Qualification will be awarded as follows|
|MCA/BCA degree from recognised University or
B/C level computer course recognised by DOEACC (GOI)
PGDCA from recognised University or A level computer course recognised by
O level computer course recognised by DOEACC (GOI)
Maximum marks will be limited to 3 only
|3. Home Guards: Candidates who have served as Home Guards volunteers would be awarded marks as follows:|
|a) Border Home Guards volunteer who has
served continuously for more than 2 years.
(b) Urban/Rural Home Guards volunteer
who has served continuously for more than 2 years.
|21Maximum marks will be limited to 2 only|
|4. Polytechnic diploma/ certificate course
from any Polytechnic college/ ITI approved by
Board of Technical Education, Govt. Of
|2Maximum marks will be limited to 2 only|
Combined Select List: A combined select list of all eligible and successful candidates securing minimum 45% marks in aggregate (40% for candidates belonging to the scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, other backward classes, SBC and women candidates, 35% for candidates belonging to local scheduled castes/ scheduled tribes candidates of tribal sub plan area, 30% for candidates belonging to saharia tribe of district Baran, if adequate number of candidates with 45% marks are not available) shall be prepared on basis of the aggregate of marks obtained by each candidate in written examination, physical efficiency test, proficiency test and special qualifications. If two or more candidates obtain the equal marks, the person older in age shall be placed higher.