RPF Exam Pattern 2018 for Constable and SI
RPF Exam Pattern 2018 – Find the detailed RPF exam pattern and selection process for Constable & SI post.
RPF Exam Pattern 2018 for SI and Constable
Railway Protection Force has announced a huge number of vacancies this year for the posts of Sub Inspector and Constable. A total number of 9739 vacancies are available to be filled – 8619 for the post of Constable and 1120 for the post of Sub Inspector. The RPF Exam Date has not been released yet. However, the exam will conduct in the month of December. Here, we have provided the RRB RPF Exam Pattern 2018 for SI and Constable posts. Note that the exam pattern for both the posts is same. You only need to be more careful with the SI paper since it has a higher difficulty level. Scroll down to read more details.
RRB RPF Exam Pattern 2018 for Constable and SI
Knowing the exam pattern is crucial part of any exam. Therefore, here we have described the detailed RPF Constable and SI exam pattern for each stage. Go through it to understand the complete selection process.
There are four stages of the selection process. The same has been given below.
- Computer based Test (CBT)
- Physical Efficiency Test
- Physical Measurement Test
- Document Verification and Medical Test
1. RPF SI & Constable Written Test
The first phase of the RPF selection process consists of a written test. For every wrong attempt, 1/3rd marks will be deducted. Based on the merit list prepared for the CBT written test, students 10 times the vacancies allotted under each category will be called for next stage i.e PET and PMT.
|Section||No. of Questions||Marks||Time|
|General Knowledge & Science||50||50||90 minutes in total|
By practicing free RPF practice test you can get idea about exact exam. This mock test will cover above mentioned RPF syllabus with latest exam pattern. After Knowing the RPF Stage 1 CBT exam pattern go through the detailed syllabus.
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Before starting your preparation, you must be aware of the latest syllabus. You can check RPF syllabus for Constable and SI and make study plan accordingly.
2. RPF PET Exam (Physical Efficiency Test)
If you qualify the written test, you to appear for the PET round. And you need to fulfill the criteria given below. It is qualifying in nature.
|Post & Gender||1600 m Run||800 m Run||Long Jump||High Jump|
|Constable Male||5 min 45 sec||–||14 feet||4 feet|
|Constable Female||–||3 min 40 sec||9 feet||3 feet|
|SI Male||6 min 30 sec||–||12 feet||3 feet 9 inch|
|SI Female||–||4 min||9 feet||3 feet|
You will get two chances each for the high jump and long jump.
3. RPF PMT Exam (Physical Measurement Test)
This too is a qualifying process.
- Unreserved Male – 165 cm
- Unreserved female – 157 cm
- SC/ST male – 160 cm
- SC/ST female – 152
Chest (Only for Male candidates)
- Unreserved – 85 cm
- SC/ST – 81.2 cm
- Unreserved – 80 cm
- SC/ST – 76.2 cm
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4. Document Verification and Medical Test
Based on the marks scored in the CBT and qualification in PET and PMT round, you will be called for the Documents Verification and Medical Test round which are the final rounds. You need to bring the original as well as self-attested photocopies of the following documents.
- Educational qualification certificates and mark sheets
- Two self-attested recent colour passport-size photograph
- Caste certificate
- NOC in case you are a Government employee
- Domicile certificate
- Discharge certificate (for Ex-Servicemen)
RPF Final Selection
The final selection will be based on document verification and medical tests. Candidates who do not appear for document verification will not be considered for final selection. Also, keep visiting the Official RPF site for more RPF Exam updates.
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