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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will conduct Delhi Police Constable computer based exam from December 05 to 08, 2017. SSC is conducting only the written examination on behalf of Delhi Police and rest of the recruitment process will be carried by the Delhi Police, itself. Today, on November 25, 2017, SSC has issued the Delhi Police Constable Admit Card 2017. Only the candidates who have qualified the PST /PE & MT will be able to download the admit cards for the test.
The admit card has been released on the official regional website of SSC. Until now, the admit card has only been released for North Eastern Region. For the remaining regions of SSC, i.e. Central Region (CR), Eastern Region (ER), Western Region (WR), Southern Region (SR), Karnataka Kerala Region (KKR), Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR), North Western Region (NWR) it will be issued soon.
To download the admit card from the official website the candidates will have to enter their Registration Number / Roll Number / Name and Date of Birth. It is mandatory that the candidates carry a printout of the downloaded admit card on the day of the exam along with a government authorized identity proof such as voter id, driving license, Aadhaar card, passport etc. The admit card contains important details such as name of the candidate, photograph, date and time of the test, venue of the examination, password, instructions for the exam, etc.
The Delhi Police Constable computer based test will be of a total duration of 1 hour 30 minutes. A total number of 100 objective type questions will be asked in the exam. The questions asked in the examination will majorly cover topics such as Reasoning, General Knowledge/Current Affairs and Numerical Ability. 35 questions will be asked from the reasoning section, 50 questions will be asked from the current affair section and 15 questions will be asked from the numerical ability section. Candidates will be awarded 1 mark for every correct response. The maximum marks that the candidates can score in this computer based test is 100.
Staff Selection Commission conducts the Delhi Police Constable Recruitment process is conducted for 4722 vacancies for the constable post. Out of 4722 vacancies, 3151 vacancies are for male candidates and 1571 vacancies are for female candidates. A certain number of vacancies are reserved for all the categories. The recruitment process comprises of a physical test and a computer based test. Candidates who qualify the physical test will be allowed to appear in the computer based test and when the result for the computer based test will be announced selected candidates will be issued call letter for Detailed Medical Examination (DME) and Police Verification.