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Recruitment of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police Examination -2017

Recruitment of SI and ASI in Delhi Police Exam 2017

SSC(Staff Selection Commission) 2017 ha released notification for the recruitment of  SI in CAPFs,  ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police. Eligible candidates may apply online before 05th March 2017.

Vacancy Details:


Name of the Post: SI & ASI

Total No. of Vacancies: To be notified later

Examination Date(Paper-I): 15th to 22nd May 2017(Tentatively) 

Examination Date(Paper-II): 08th October 2017(Tentatively) 


Eligibility Criteria:


Minimum Educational Qualification:  Graduation from a recognized Board/University. 


Age Limits : 20 to 25 years


Application Fee: 


Rs.100/-


Mode of Selection: WAT (Written Ability Test) + Physical Endurance Test(PET)

Exam Pattern:

 Paper-I:

Name of the Section

No. Of Questions  

Maximum Marks

Time Duration

                                

General Intelligence & Reasoning

50

50

2 hours

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

English Language

50

50

General Knowledge & General Awareness

50

50

Total

200

200

Paper-II:

Name of the Section

Maximum Marks/Questions

Time Duration

                                

English Language & Comprehension

200 marks/200 questions

02 hours

Important Timelines : 


• Opening Date of Online Registration of Application: 28th January 2017


• Closing Date of Online Registration of  Application: 05th March 2017

Salary(per month): 

Sub Inspector (Executive) in Delhi Police:Rs.9300-34800 in Pay Band 2 with Grade Pay of Rs. 4200 


Sub-Inspector in CAPFs:Rs.9300-34800 in Pay Band 2 with Grade Pay of Rs 4200 


Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF:Rs.5200-20200 in PB-2 with Grade Pay of Rs. 2800/- 


        
Job Location: All India


How to Apply:  www.ssconline.nic.in

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SSC Examination Calendar 2016-17

Staff Selection Commission conducts various examinations every year for the recruitment of different categories of posts in various Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations. This autonomous body supplements thousands of qualified candidates for filling required vacant posts and sets a secured career base for the young talent in the government sector.

It is a mandatory practice by the SSC to publish an official recruitment advertisement for the candidates; later arranges the written exam and personal interview. After this, it publishes necessary results based on the performance of applicants. Later, a merit list is published deciding about the students/ candidates who all have been selected for the vacant posts/positions.

The official website of SSC is http://ssc.nic.in/ through which you can get all the latest updates and calendar events for the SSC Examinations 2016-2017 however, for your ease we have given the complete SSC Examination Calendar 2016-17 in this article.

The given below details in the table are all about the schedule of SSC exams between January 2016 to January 2017.

SSC Examination Calendar 2016-17

Name of exam

Date of exam

Special Recruitment Drive for MTS Examination 2015

January 10

Recruitment of SI in CAPFs, ASI in CISF and SI in Delhi Police Examination-2016

Paper I- March 20, Paper II- June 5

Combined Graduate Level Examination-2016 (Tier-I)

May 8 and May 22

Jr. Hindi Translator in Subordinate Office Examination-2016:

June 19

Stenographer Grade 'C' & 'D' Examination-2016

July 31

Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination-2016

August 13, August 14

Combined Higher Secondary (10+2) Examination 2016

September 25, October 9, October 16

Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Examination-2016

December 11

Multi Tasking (Non-Technical) Staff Examination-2016

January 8, 2017 to January 22, 2017


 

This given below table will guide you about the SSC Departmental Examinations Calendar 2016-2017.

Name of exam

Date of exam

Clerks' Grade (for Multi Tasking Staff only) Exam, 2016

March 27

Grade 'C' Steno. Ltd. Depttl. Comp. Exam 2016

July 3

Upper Div. Clerk Ltd. Depttl. Comp. Exam 2016

November 27

The detailed advertisement for each exam will be notified later. To keep a check on the exam notifications, the candidates can visit our website regularly.

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SSC CAPF ASI SI exam 2016: Results withdrawn by the Commission

The result of exam for Sub Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs and Assistant Sub-Inspectors in CISF, Examination, 2016, Paper-I as held under Staff Selection Commission was declared on 20th July, 2016. After the declaration of the result, the commission noticed some errors in the system. Because of the discrepancy, the result was suspended by the commission.

The Sub-Inspectors in CISF examination was initially scheduled to be conducted on March 20 but the SSC has organised the rescheduled examinations on June 4, 5, 6, 7 and 11.On June 27, the Commission uploaded the candidate’s response sheet along with the correct answers. Approximately 2.5 lakh candidates appeared for the exam.


SSC SI, ASI, CPAF Paper I New Result Date 2016

SSC issued an official notice informing that the results have been withdrawn/ held back and as soon as the issue gets resolved, the results will be published on the website.While the candidates were happy for clearing paper-I, now they have to wait further for their final results.

How will this Affect the Candidates:

The delay of results now is likely to have delaying affects on the schedule for Physical and medical tests. Moreover, the worrying factor for candidates is that those who may have qualified the paper-I in results announced earlier, now might have different outcome and the same goes for non-qualified ones. Meanwhile, SSC has made the whole recruitment process a bit hasty which is no way helping the candidates.

About SSC CAPF Exam:

The Staff Selection Commission holds examination for Recruitment of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police & Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) and Assistant Sub Inspector in CISF at different location across the country. SSC SI recruitment shall be done on the basis of Written Examination, PET, PST and Medical Test. Only those candidates, who qualify paper-1 exam, will be eligible to appear for PET, PST and Medical Test and then who clear the PET, PST and Medical Test will be allowed to appear in Paper-2 exam.

Get glued to our blog for more updates on SSC and other exams.

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SSC SI ASI Exam Preparation Tips

The Staff Selection Commission of India conducts examinations every year for the recruitment of Sub Inspector (SI) and Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in the Central Industry Security force (CISF) and Delhi Police. The recruits to these forces are prestigious position-holders and the candidates therefore have to face stiff competition from the thousands of applicants. Hence, it is necessary that the candidates be prepared beforehand for the examination.

This article shall provide SSC SI ASI Exam Preparation Tips for the candidates appearing this year.

Examination Pattern

The SSC SI ASI Exam consists of two written examination tests.

Paper 1 (duration-two hours)

It consists of four sections as follows:

No. of questions

Maximum marks

General Intelligence and reasoning

General Awareness

  50

  50

Quantitative Aptitude

 50

  50

English comprehension

 50

  50

 200

  200

Paper 2 (duration-two hours)

It consists of English comprehension mainly.

No. of questions

Maximum marks

English language and Comprehension

   200

  200 

The candidates will have to clear the individual cut-offs set up by the commission in both the papers. Those who are successful in the written examinations will have to appear for an interview and medical examination/ physical endurance test.

Preparation Tips

Practice is the key to succeed in any competitive examination. With efficient time management skills and adequate preparation, one not only strengthens his/her position the competitive race but also reduces the chances of last minute stresses. The following are the tips that will help you in preparing for the examination:

  • General Awareness: It consists of the Static general knowledge and the current affairs. Thus, it is important to read newspapers daily. Also NCERT textbooks of History, Geography, Economics and Science (from class 7th to 10th) are suggested to be read.
  • General Intelligence and reasoning: This section tests the logical skills of the candidates. Some important topics that need to be practiced are- Number series, Coding-Decoding, Arrangement-Direction, Non-verbal, Classification, Syllogism etc.
  • Quantitative Aptitude: This is the most scoring section if one has conceptual clarity and has practiced enough. Some important topics in this section are Ratio and Partnership, Number Theory, Algebra, Percentage, Data Interpretation, Trigonometry and geometry.
  • English Language: This section is a test of Vocabulary and basics of English including Grammar, Idioms, Sentence completion and Reading Comprehension.

With adequate practice and determination, you are sure to crack this examination.

All the best!