SSC SI & ASI (Delhi Police, CAPF, CISF) Exam Pattern: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs and Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF Examination Pattern and scheme of examination are given below….

Scheme of Examination: 
A. Written Examination: Written examination will consists of two papers each paper is alloted for 200 marks in the duration of Two hours. Questions in both papers will be of Objective Multiple Choice Type. Questions will be set in Hindi and English in Parts A, B and C of Paper I. In case of discrepancy, the English version will prevail.

Paper-I:

 SubjectNumber of 
Questions
Maximum 
Marks
Duration/ 
Time Allowed
Part AGeneral Intelligence and Reasoning 5050Two Hours
Part BGeneral Knowledge and 
General Awareness
5050
Part CQuantitative Aptitude5050
Part D English Comprehension5050

Paper-II:

SubjectMaximum Marks /QuestionsDuration and timing
English language 
& Comprehension
200 marks/200 questionsTwo Hours

(i). Deduction of 0.25 marks will be made for each incorrect answer marked on OMR Answer Sheet.

Note : I Candidates shortlisted for PET/Medical Examination on the basis of their performance in Paper-I will only be called for Paper-II. Paper-II of only such candidates who qualify in PST/PET will be evaluated.

B. Physical Endurance Test (PET):
Candidates will have to undergo PET/ Medical Examination. Only those candidates who secure qualifying marks in Paper I of the written examination, as may be fixed by the Commission at their discretion, will be shortlisted for Physical Endurance Test (PET)/ PST and Medical test.

Physical Efficiency(Endurance) Test(PET) ( For all posts) :
(i). For male candidates only:
a) 100 meters race in 16 seconds 
b) 1.6 Kms race in 6.5 minutes 
c) Long Jump : 3.65 metres in 3 chances 
d) High Jump : 1.2 metres in 3 chances 
e) Shot put (16 Lbs): 4.5 metres in 3 chances

(ii). For female candidates only:
a) 100 metres race in 18 seconds 
b) 800 metres race in 4 minutes 
c) Long Jump: 2.7 metres (9 feet) in 3 chances. 
d) High Jump : 0.9 metres (3 feet) in 3 chances.

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