Delhi Police was reorganised in 1946 when its strength was almost doubled. I n the wake of partition, a large influx of refugee population rolled in and there was a sharp rise in crime in 1948. It was on February 16, 1948 that the first IGP of Delhi was appointed and the total strength of Delhi Police was increased by 1951 to about 8,000 with one Inspector General of Police and eight Superintendents of Police. A post of Deputy Inspector General of Police was created in 1956. With the rise in the population of Delhi, the strength of Delhi Police kept on increasing and in the year 1961, it was over 12,000.
  

RECRUITMENT

RECRUITMENT OF HEAD CONSTABLE (ASSISTANT WIRELESS OPERATOR/TELE-PRINTER OPERATOR) AND HEAD CONSTABLE (MINISTERIAL)  IN DELHI POLICE-2013

  • Applications from Indian nationals are invited to fill up the following vacancies to the posts of Head Constable (Assistant Wireless Operator/Tele Printer Operator) and Head Constable (Ministerial) in Delhi Police in the pay scales of ` 5200-20200 in pay band 1 with Grade Pay of ` 2400 & other allowances as admissible:-

Sl. No.

Name of post

No. of vacancies*

UR

OBC

SC

ST

Total

1

Head Constable (AWO/TPO)

Open

137

204

79

55

475

Departmental

15

23

08

06

52

2

Head Constable (Ministerial)

64

75

45

30

214

10% vacancies are reserved for Ex-Servicemen as per Govt. of India’s instructions.

Note:- The personnel of Central Para Military Forces are not eligible to apply under Ex-Servicemen category.

*Note:-   The number of vacancies is indicative and may undergo change anytime before declaration of result.

2.         CLOSING DATE:

            The last date of receipt of application form is 28.02.2013. Applications received thereafter will not be entertained.

Candidates from all parts of the country fulfilling the following conditions can apply:-

3.         ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS:
(1)        HEAD CONSTABLE (ASSISTANT WIRELESS OPERATOR/TELE-PRINTER OPERATOR)

(i) Age

18 to 27 years as on 01.01.2013. i.e. those born not earlier than 02.01.1986 and not later than  01.01.1995 will be eligible. The upper age limit as prescribed above will be relaxable only in the following cases :- 

  1. 30 years for OBC. This relaxation is admissible for those castes notified in the Central List and the List issued by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi. No other certificate will be accepted as sufficient proof.
  2. 32 years for SC/ST.
  3. 40, 43 and 45 years for Un-Reserved, OBC and SC/ST departmental candidates respectively. A “departmental candidate” means a Constable (Exe.) enlisted in Delhi Police with a minimum of 3 years regular and continuous service in Delhi Police.
  4. 35, 38 and 40 years for Un-Reserved, OBC and SC/ST candidates respectively of category widows/ divorced  women/ women judicially separated from their husband and who are not re-married.
  5. Upto a maximum of 5 years for sportsmen/sportswomen (UR/OBC category i.e. upto 32 years) of distinction who have represented a state at the national level and the country at the international level in sports.  The discipline of sports for which relaxation is permissible as per table given at Annexure 'A'. If a sportsman/sportswomen candidate belongs to SC/ST category and fulfills the above criteria, he/she is eligible for 5 years relaxation in upper age limit over and above the relaxation prescribed at Clause (ii).  In effect, he/she qualifies for relaxation in the upper age limit to a maximum of 10 years i.e. upto 37 years.
  6. Age concession to Ex-Servicemen will be allowed in accordance with the orders issued by the government from time to time. They will be permitted to deduct the period served in the armed forces from their actual age and the resultant age, so derived, should not exceed the prescribed age limit by more than three years. The definition of Ex-Servicemen is given at Annexure ‘B’. 

(ii) Educational    Qualification

10+2 (Senior Secondary) pass from a recognized board with Science & Mathematics as subjects at the time of filling up the application form.   
OR
National Trade Certificate (NTC) in the trade of Mechanic-cum-operator Electronic Communication System at the time of filling up the application form.

(iii) Professional Attainments

Speed in English Typing on Computer 30 w.p.m. alongwith working knowledge of computer

(iv) Physical Standards

Male candidates

 

Height

170 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-

  1. residents of hill areas i.e. Garhwalis, Kumaonis,  Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas and candidates belonging to states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunanchal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K (Candidates claiming this relaxation would have to produce a certificate to this effect (Hill area certificate) from the competent authority i.e. DC/DM/SDM or Tehsildar of their place of residence at the time of Physical Measurement Test).
  2. sons of either serving, retired or deceased Delhi Police personnel/multi-Tasking Staff (Formerly Group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police.

 

 

Chest

81 cms to 85 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-

  1. residents of hill areas for which certificates as above (Hill area certificate) will be produced.
  2. sons of either serving, retired or deceased Delhi Police personnel/multi-Tasking Staff (Formerly Group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police.

Note:-    For all candidates minimum expansion has to be 4 cms, failing which he will be disqualified.

Female candidates

Height

157 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-

  1. residents of hill areas for which certificates as above  (Hill area certificate) will be produced
  2. daughters of either serving, retired or deceased Delhi Police Personnel/Multi-Tasking Staff (Formerly Group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police.

Note:- Those candidates who are declared not qualified in height/chest measurement (s) may prefer an appeal, if he/she so desire to the appellate authority present on the PE&MT ground on the same day.  The decision of the appellate authority will be final and no further appeal or representation in this regard will be entertained.

(v) Medical Standard

The candidates should be of sound health, free from disease, defect or deformity.  Better eye 6/6 without glasses. Worse eye 6/36 corrected with glasses 6/9 or 6/12 without glasses (both eyes). The candidate should be free from colour blindness. No relaxation is allowed to any category of candidates on this count.

 

(2) HEAD CONSTABLE (MINISTERIAL)

(i) Age

18 to 25 years as on 01.01.2013 i.e. those born not earlier than 02.01.1988 and not later than  01.01.1995 will be eligible. The upper age limit as prescribed above will be relaxable only in the following cases:-

  1. 28 years for OBC candidates. This relaxation is admissible for those castes notified in the Central List and the List issued by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi. No other certificate will be accepted as sufficient proof.
  2. 30 years for SC/ST candidates.
  3. 40, 43 and 45 years for Genl., OBC and SC/ST departmental candidates respectively. A “departmental candidate” means who has rendered a minimum 3 years regular and continuous service in Delhi Police.
  4. 35, 38 and 40 years for Genl., OBC and SC/ST candidates respectively for widows/ divorced  women/ women judicially separated from their husband and who are not re-married.
  5. Upto a maximum of 5 years for sportsmen/sportswomen (UR/OBC category i.e. upto 30 years) of distinction who have represented a state at the national level and the country at the international level in sports.  The discipline of sports for which relaxation is permissible as per table given at Annexure 'A'. If a sportsman/sportswomen candidate belongs to SC/ST category and fulfills the above criteria, he/she is eligible for 5 years relaxation in upper age limit over and above the relaxation prescribed at Clause (ii).  In effect, he/she qualifies for relaxation in the upper age limit to a maximum of 10 years i.e. upto 35 years.
  6. Age concession to Ex-Servicemen will be allowed in accordance with the orders issued by the government from time to time. They will be permitted to deduct the period served in the armed forces from their actual age and the resultant age, so derived, should not exceed the prescribed age limit by more than three years. The definition of Ex-Servicemen is given at Annexure ‘B’. 

(ii) Educational Qualification

10+2 (Senior Secondary) pass or equivalent from a recognized board at the time of filling up of application form.

(iii) Professional Attainments

Speed in English typing on computer-30 w.p.m.
                             OR
Speed in Hindi typing on computer-25 w.p.m.

(iv) Preference

Working knowledge of Accounts and Office Procedure.

(v) Physical Standards

Male candidates

 

Height

165 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-

  1. residents of hill areas i.e. Garhwalis, Kumaonis,  Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas and candidates belonging to states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunanchal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K (Candidates claiming this relaxation would have to produce a certificate to this effect (Hill area certificate) from the competent authority i.e. DC/DM/SDM or Tehsildar of their place of residence at the time of Physical Measurement Test)
  2. ST candidates.
  3. sons of either serving, retired or deceased Delhi Police personnel/multi-Tasking Staff (Formerly Class-IV employees) of Delhi Police.

 

 

Chest

78 cms to 82 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-

  1. residents of hill areas for which certificates as above (Hill area certificate) will be produced.
  2. ST candidates.
  3. sons of either serving, retired or deceased Delhi Police personnel/Multi-Tasking Staff (Formerly Group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police.

Note:-    For all candidates minimum expansion has to be 4 cms, failing which he will be disqualified.

Female candidates

Height

157 cms, relaxable by 5 cms for:-

  1. residents of hill areas for which certificates as above (Hill area certificate) will be produced.
  2. SC/ST candidates.
  3. daughters of either serving, retired or deceased Delhi Police personnel/multi-Tasking Staff (Formerly Group ‘D’ employees) of Delhi Police.

Note:-Those candidates who are declared not qualified in height/chest measurement (s) may prefer an appeal, if he/she so desire to the appellate authority present on the PE&MT ground on the same day.  The decision of the appellate authority will be final and no further appeal or representation in this regard will be entertained

(v) Medical Standard

The candidates should be of sound state of health, free from defect, deformity or disease.  Both eyes should have a vision 6/12 with or without glasses. No relaxation is allowed to any category of candidates on this count.

NOTE (for both posts):-

  1. The relaxation in physical standards once granted at the time of initial appointment in Delhi Police, will hold good till the individual concerned remains in Delhi Police.
  2. The wards of serving, deceased and retired police personnel including Multi Tasking staff (formerly group-D employees) of Delhi Police belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Hill Area category will not be entitled to get double relaxation. They can claim relaxation either in their caste/category or in wards of police personnel including Multi Tasking Staff (formerly group-D employees) of Delhi Police.

Annexure 'A'
LIST OF SPORTS/GAMES FOR WHICH AGE RELAXATION IS AVAILABLE:


Athletics

Swimming

Shooting

Boxing

Canoeing

Cycling

Wrestling

Gymnastics

Judo

Rowing

Weightlifting

Fencing

Karate

Equestrian

Archery

Table Tennis

Tennis

Badminton

Diving

Triathlon

Volleybal

Water Polo

Netball

Kho-Kho

Basketbal

Football

Kabaddi (Circle/beach)

Handball

Hockey

Cricket

Golf

Power Lifting

Annexure 'B'

DEFINITION OF EX-SERVICEMEN:- The definition of Ex-servicemen as defined in Govt. of India. Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Department of Personnel & Training, New Delhi’s O.M. No. 36034/5/85-Estt.(SCT) dated 14-4-1987 is given as under :- “An ex-serviceman” means a person, who has served in any rank whether as a Combatant or non-combatant in the regular Army, Navy or Air Force of the Indian Union and

  1. who retired from such service after earning his pension; or
  2. whose discharge book has the endorsement of Ex-servicemen; or
  3. who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military service or circumstances beyond his control and awarded medical or other disability pension; or
  4. who has been released, otherwise than on his own request, from such service as a result of reduction in establishment; or     
  5. who has been released from such service after completing the specific period of engagements, otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency, and has been given a gratuity; and includes personnel of the Territorial Army of the following categories, namely:-
    1. Pension holders for continuous embodied service
    2. Persons with disability attributable to military service; and
    3. Gallantry award winners.

 

The Territorial Army personnel will however be treated as ex-servicemen w.e.f. 15-11-86.
Ex-Servicemen who are paid from the central revenues are eligible to be re-enlisted to the above mentioned posts at the discretion of the appointing authority if their discharge certificate shows previous service as Good or of higher classification provided that- (a) they conform to the educational standards laid down for recruits from open market, and qualify such endurance/efficiency tests as prescribed by the Commissioner of Police, from time to time by issuing necessary Standing Orders. (c) they are medically fit for police service according to standards prescribed for recruits (d) age concession shall be allowed to them in accordance with the orders/instructions on the subject issued by the Central Govt. from time to time. They will be permitted to deduct the period served in the armed forces from their actual age and the resultant age, so derived, should not exceed the prescribed age limit by more than three years.


Ex-Servicemen who have already secured employment under Central Government in Group ‘C’ & ‘D’ posts on regular basis after availing of the benefits of reservation given to Ex-Servicemen for their re-employment are NOT eligible for fee concession or for claiming benefits of reservation under Ex-Servicemen category. However, they are eligible for the age relaxation only. The period of “Call up Service” of an Ex-Serviceman in the Armed Forces shall also be treated as service rendered in the Armed Forces for purpose of age relaxation.


For any serviceman of the three Armed Forces of the Union to be treated as Ex-Serviceman for the purpose of securing the benefits of reservation, he must have already acquired, at the relevant time of submitting his application for the Post/Service, the status of ex-serviceman and /or is in a position to establish his acquired entitlement by documentary evidence from the competent authority that he would complete specified term of engagement from the Armed Forces within the stipulated period of one year from the closing date of the application form. EXPLANATION: The persons serving in the Armed Forces of the Union, who on retirement from service, would come under the category of


“ex-serviceman” may be permitted to apply for re-employment one year before the completion of the specified terms of engagement and avail themselves of all concessions available to Ex-Servicemen but shall not be permitted to leave the uniform until they complete the specified term of engagement in the Armed Forces of Union.

Note: All such candidates who are serving in the armed forces and intend to apply under Ex-serviceman category will be required to submit NOC from the department which shall clearly mention their date of discharge from the armed forces. NOC having no mention of date of discharge from the armed forces will not be entertained and their Application Forms will be rejected without assigning any further reason.

4.         CENTRES OF PE&MT EXAMINATION

            A candidate must select only one of the Centres given below for the Physical Endurance & Measurement Tests (PE&MT):-

PE&MT Centres

PE&MT Centre Code

Delhi

01

Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala)

02

Nagpur (Maharashtra)

03

Gauhati (Assam)

04

Kolkata (West Bengal)

05

Patna (Bihar)

06

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)

07

Chennai (Tamil Nadu)

08

Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

09

Bangaluru (Karnataka)

10

Note 1:-         No change of Centre of PE&MT will be allowed under any circumstances. Hence, the candidates should select the centres, carefully and indicate the same correctly in their applications. 
Note 2:-         The Delhi Police reserves the rights to cancel any centre and ask the candidate of that centre to appear from another centre.  Delhi Police also reserves the right to divert candidates of any centre to some other centre to take the PE&MT. 

5.         AVAILABILITY OF APPLICATION FORM:
            Application forms can be obtained in anyone of the following ways:-
            Offline

  • Application form printed in the employment news as part of this advertisement.
  • Typed/Photocopied application form on A4 size paper, strictly as per format published in the employment news or on website.
  • Downloadable application form on the websites of Delhi Police.

Online

6.         MODE OF FILLING UP OF APPLICATION FORMS:
EMPLOYMENT NEWS APPLICATION FORM AND TYPED/PHOTOCOPIED APPLICATION FORM (OFFLINE):

  1. Applicant may cut the application form given in this advertisement, fill it up and send.
  2.                                                                                     or
    Application form can also be typed/photocopied on A4 size paper as per the format given in the advertisement, fill it up and send.   

  3. Applications as per format given in the advertisement/website only will be accepted.
  4. A photograph should be firmly affixed.
  5. A Demand/Bank Draft/Banker's cheque of Rs. 100/- should be attached as
  6. fee in favour of DCP/Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Delhi (payable at Delhi).
  7. Duly filled-in application forms alongwith Demand/Bank Draft/Banker's cheque should be sent through ordinary post to “Post Box No. 8020, Delhi-110033” and write on the top of the envelope “Application for the post of Head Constable (Assistant Wireless Operator/Tele-Printer Operator) in Delhi Police-2013” or “Application for the post of Head Constable (Ministerial) in Delhi Police-2013”.

 
WEBSITE APPLICATION FORM (ONLINE):

  1. Go to www.delhipolice.nic.in or www.delhipolicerecruitment.nic.in.
  2. Click on the “Recruitment” on the www.delhipolice.nic.in or “Apply Online for Head Constable (Assistant Wireless Operator/Tele-Printer Operator) in Delhi Police-2013” or “Head Constable (Ministerial) in Delhi Police- 2013” link on the websites www.delhipolicerecruitment.nic.in desired application form will open, which the candidate needs to fill carefully on online.
  3. After filling the form, candidate needs to click on Preview button; a preview of the entire information filled in the application form will be displayed. Before clicking Save/Submit Application button, one can click on Modify Application button to go back to modify the filled application form information.
  4. Candidate needs to review it carefully because the information once submitted Clicked Save/Submit Application button) can't be altered at a later stage.
  5. If it is filled correctly then the candidate should click on Save/Submit Application button to complete the online applications submission and click on Print button to take out print (on 300 dpi Laser printer) of the filled Application Form on A4 size paper.
  6. After this a Thank you message will be displayed along with the Registration No. of the candidate. This Registration No. must be noted/printed properly for future use to check the status of application on login to one's “My Account”. It can be printed easily by clicking on Print button on this page.
  7. Affix firmly a photograph and put signature. (For detail refer to “Instructions for filling up the Application Form”)
  8. Applicants are required to send the print out of filled in application form on A4 paper alongwith the fee of Rs. 100/- in the form of Demand/Bank Draft/Banker's cheque in favour of DCP/Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Delhi (Payable at Delhi) through ordinary post to Post Box No. 8020, Delhi-110033 and write on the top of the envelope “Application for the post of Head Constable (Assistant Wireless Operator/Tele-Printer Operator) in Delhi Police-2013” or “Application for the post of Head Constable (Ministerial)- in Delhi Police-2013”.

DOWNLOADABLE APPLICATION FORMS (OFFLINE):

    1. Go to www.delhipolice.nic.in or www.delhipolicerecruitment.nic.in.
    2. To apply offline, instead of clicking ‘‘Apply Online', one can also click on ‘Download Form' to download the blank application form to apply offline. Applicants are required to send the print out of filled application form on A4 paper alongwith the fee of Rs. 100/- in the form of Demand/Bank Draft/Banker's cheque in favour of “DCP/Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Delhi.”, payable at Delhi through ordinary post to Post Box No. 8020, Delhi-110033, and write on the top of the envelope “Application for the post of Head Constable (Assistant Wireless Operator/Tele-Printer Operator) in Delhi Police-2013” or “Application for the post of Head Constable (Ministerial) in Delhi Police-2013”.

Note:               Before filling up the Application Form, the candidates are advised to carefully go through the instructions given in the advertisement/website.

“MY ACCOUNT”: HOW TO ACCESS THE INFORMATION AVAILABLE:

  • "My Account" is the button on the website www.delhipolicerecruitment.nic.in, which will provide all necessary information on time-to-time basis to all successful applicants.
  • One can reach his/her "My Account" by entering his/her Name, Father's Name and DOB (using the drop down menu). This information must be exactly same as filled in his/her Application Form.

                                                                                    OR

  • One can also login to his/her account by entering 'Registration No.' as User Name (UID) and Date of Birth as Password. Date of Birth must be same as provided in the earlier filled application form i.e. ddmmyyyy (without slash).
  • Following information will be facilitated in "My Account":
  • Admit Card for physical endurance & measurement test (PE&MT) will be available here which can be downloaded.
  • Any other correspondence related to the recruitment process viz. date of examination such as PE&MT, Written Test, Trade Test and their results and Call Letters will be facilitated in applicant's "My Account".

Note:   Under the Recruitment Scheme, no documents alongwith application form are required to be sent and the information given by the candidate will be presumed to be correct. To seek fee exemption of Rs. 100/-, the SC/ST candidates needs to attach an attested copy of caste certificate and Ex-Servicemen candidates to attach attested copies of discharge book/N.O.C.

7.         INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING UP THE APPLICATION FORM:
Note:

    1. The application form should be filled up in English only.
    2. The numbers given below refer to the serial numbers of the items in the application form.
    3. Fill up the application form and tick the right choice by ball point pen only.

1.         Name of Applicant: The candidate should write his/her name in appropriate manner in the box.
2.         Father's Name: The candidate should write his/her Father's Name in the specified box.
3.         Husband's Name: The candidate should write her husband's Name (for married female candidates).
4.         Complete Mailing Address with Name: Candidate needs to write his/her name and complete postal address along with telephone number,  mobile number and email address (if any). In case of offline applications, the candidate will have to neatly write the complete address (House No./Mohalla/street/locality/ colony, Post Office, Pin Code, District, State).
5.         Photo: Affix firmly a passport size (4cm x 5cm) coloured photograph (taken after
01-01-2013) in red background in the space provided. Candidates are requested to attach two Identical Photographs with application form.
Important:-

  • The photograph should not be taken wearing a cap or goggles etc. (spectacles 
    are allowed).
  • The name of the candidate in CAPITAL letters should be written on the body of
    the photograph much below the face, care should be taken that no writing is
    made on the face.

6.         Signature: The candidate must sign in full in the two spaces provided in the form. The candidate should sign strictly within the box provided for. Please ensure the signatures are made at column No. 6 and at the bottom of the application form.
7.         Category: Candidate should Tick (√) the right category to which he/she belongs.
Example:- If candidate belongs to general category, the box against “General” category should be tick marked as (√).
8.         Other category: Candidate should tick (√) the right category to which he/she belongs.
Example

  1. If candidate is “Widow” then tick (√) the box.
  2. If candidate is “Divorced Woman” then tick (√) the box.
  3. If candidate is “Judicially Separated Woman” then tick (√) the box.
  4. If candidate is “Sons/Daughters of Delhi police personnel/Multi-Tasking Staff then” (√) the box.
  5. If candidate is applying as an “Ex-serviceman”, then tick (√) the box and write the date of discharge.
  6. If candidate is applying as a “departmental candidate”, then tick(√) the box and write the date of enlistment.   

9.         Religion: Candidate should tick (√) the right box.
Example:  If candidate belongs to “Hindu”, the box against “Hindu” should be tick marked as (√).
10.       Sportsman/Sportswoman: Candidate should tick (√) either “Yes” or “No”.
11.       Educational Qualification: Candidate should tick (√) the right standard of education which he/she has passed.
Example: -      If candidate has passed XIIth, box against “XIIth Pass” should be tick marked as (√).
12.       National Trade Certificate(NTC) [FOR THE POST OF HC(AWO/TPO]:            If candidate has passed National Trade Certificate in the grade of Mechanic-cum-Operator Electronic Communication System, the box should be tick marked as (√).
12.       Typing Option [FOR THE POST OF HC(MINISTERIAL)]:  The candidate should tick (√) right option.
13.       Date of birth: Candidate should enter his/her date of birth in the box e.g date-month-year (dd/mm/yyyy).
14.       Whether belonging to Hill Areas: Tick “Yes” or “No” for this.
15.       Gender: Candidate should tick (√) either “Male” or “Female”.
16.       Name of PE&MT Centre and Centre Code No. : Candidate must write the Name of PE&MT Centre and Centre Code Number.
17.       Demand/Bank Draft/Banker's cheque details: Applicant should write the Demand/Bank draft/Banker's cheque number, name of issuing bank  and date of issue of draft. The candidate must also write his/her name, date of birth and address at the back of Demand/Bank Draft/Banker's cheque drawn in favour DCP/Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Delhi which should be valid for 6 months otherwise application will be rejected.
18,19,20. The candidate must supply the information asked for at Sl. Nos. 18,19 & 20.

Note:- If a criminal case is registered against the candidate and if he/she was arrested, detained, convicted, debarred etc. subsequent to the submission of form, relevant details regarding the same should be communicated by the candidate immediately to the DCP/ Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Kingsway Camp, Delhi, failing which it shall be deemed to be suppression of factual information which may lead to cancellation of candidature on a later stage.

8. (A)   PHYSICAL ENDURANCE TEST  FOR MALE CANDIDATES (QUALIFYING) FOR BOTH THE POSTS

(I)1600 metres Race

07 minutes (Qualifying)

Those who qualify in the race will further appear in the following tests :-

(ii)Long jump

12½ feet (12' 6'')

To be achieved in any one of the three chances that will be    given)

(iii)High jump

3½ feet (3' 6'')

- do-

Note:- There shall be no appeal against disqualification in race, long jump, high jump.

THE PHYSICAL ENDURANCE TESTS ONLY FOR MALE DEPARTMENTAL AND
EX-SERVICEMAN CANDIDATES (AGE-WISE) FOR BOTH THE POSTS WILL BE AS UNDER:-

i)Race - 1600 metres (Qualifying):-
Age-wise
From the age of above 30 & upto 40 years    08 minutes
From the age of 40 years and above             09 minutes

ii)Long jump:-
Age-wise
From the age of above 30 & upto 40 years    11½ feet  (11' 6'') (qualifying in three chances)
From the age of 40 years and above             10½ feet (10' 6'') (qualifying in three chances)
iii)High jump:-
Age-wise
From the age of above 30 & upto 40 years    3¼ feet (3' 3'')             (qualifying in three chances)
From the age of 40 years and above             03 feet (qualifying in three chances)
Note:- There shall be no appeal against disqualification in race, long jump, high jump.

(B)PHYSICAL ENDURANCE TEST  FOR FEMALE CANDIDATES (QUALIFYING) FOR BOTH THE POSTS

(I)800 metres Race

05 minutes (Qualifying)

Those who qualify in the race will further appear in the following tests :-

(ii)Long jump

09 feet

To be achieved in any one of the three chances that will be    given)

(iii)High jump

3 feet

- do-

Note:- There shall be no appeal against disqualification in race, long jump, high jump.

THE PHYSICAL ENDURANCE TEST ONLY FOR FEMALE DEPARTMENTAL CANDIDATES (AGE-WISE) FOR BOTH THE POSTS WILL BE AS UNDER:-

i)Race - 800 metres (Qualifying):-
Age-wise
From the age of above 30 & upto 40 years    06 minutes
From the age of 40 years and above             07 minutes
ii)Long jump:-
Age-wise
From the age of above 30 & upto 40 years    08 feet
(qualifying in three chances)


From the age of 40 years and above             07 feet
(qualifying in three chances)


iii)High jump:-
Age-wise
From the age of above 30 & upto 40 years    2 ½ feet (2' 6'')
(qualifying in three chances)


From the age of 40 years and above             2¼ feet (2'3")
(qualifying in three chances)


Note:-  There shall be no appeal against disqualification in race, long jump, high jump.

8.  CHECKING OF ORIGINAL CERTIFICATES/ DOCUMENTS
            All the original documents/certificates pertaining to age, education, caste, hill areas,          NOC/discharge certificate (in case of Ex-Serviceman), sports certificate, proof to avail       age relaxation as a widow/divorced/judicially separated woman, would be checked at   the time of bio-metrics of all the candidates declared successful in PE&MT. The candidates will also be required to submit attested photo copies of all the documents/     certificates.

CAUTION:-

    1. Furnishing of false information or suppression of any factual information in the application form would be a disqualification for the job.
    2. In the event of any forgery/cheating of any document(s) i.e educational certificate, caste certificate etc., being detected at any stage, besides cancellation of candidature, a criminal case will also be got registered against the candidate as per law.

 

9.         THE FOLLOWING TESTS WILL BE CONDUCTED FOR THE POSTS

(A)       HEAD CONSTABLE(ASSISTANT WIRELESS OPERATOR/TELE-PRINTER OPERATOR)

(I)         WRITTEN TEST
All candidates, who qualify the physical endurance & measurement tests, shall be put through a written test.  The written test will of one and half hour (1½ ) duration. The question paper shall be of objective type which shall carry 90 marks and will include questions on General Knowledge (20 marks), General Science (25 marks), Mathematics (25 marks) and Reasoning (20 marks).  The paper shall be in bilingual i.e. English & Hindi.
(II)        TRADE TEST
Five (05) times the number of vacancies in each category i.e. General/OBC/SC/ST & Ex-Servicemen in their respective category both for departmental candidates and open market category, in order of merit, will qualify for the trade test.  The trade test shall be compulsory for candidates to be eligible for appearing in the typing test.  This test will be taken in the form of reading and dictation. The dictation, both in Hindi and English languages, will be given to the candidates in groups.            The reading test will require each candidate to read a passage from the given text both in Hindi and English. 
(III        TYPING TEST ON COMPUTER
The candidates who qualify the trade test will be required to appear for a typing test on computer in English language which will be compulsory.  The typing test shall be of 10 minutes duration and will carry maximum 10 marks.  The candidates will be allotted marks according to speed achieved in the typing test.

Note:- All the original documents/certificates pertaining to age, education, caste, hill area, NOC/ discharge certificate (in case of Ex-Serviceman), sports certificate, proof to avail age relaxation as a widow/divorced/judicially separated woman, would be checked at the time of typing test. The candidates will also be required to submit attested photo copies of all the documents/certificates.

(B)       HEAD CONSTABLE (MINISTERIAL)
 
(I)         WRITEN TEST
All candidates, who qualify the physical endurance & measurement tests, shall be put through a written test.  The written test will be of one and a half hour (1½ ) duration which will carry 100 marks.  The question paper will be of objective type and will include questions on General Knowledge (25 marks), Arithmetic (25 marks), Reasoning (25 marks) and English (25 marks). The question paper of General Knowledge, Arithmetic and Reasoning will be bilingual (English and Hindi).
 (II)       TYPING TEST ON COMPUTER
            The candidates who come within the range of merit of written test   equal to five (5) times the number of vacancies in each category i.e. General/OBC/SC/ST and Ex-serviceman (category-wise) shall be called to take the typing test on computer. The test of English/Hindi typing shall be of 10 minutes duration and the test shall carry maximum 25 marks.  The candidates will be allotted marks according to speed achieved in the typing test.
(III)       COMPUTER TEST:
The computer test will be tested on word-processing software (MS-Word etc.) which will be of qualifying nature. The candidates will be given 10 minutes time to format the typed passage in the same way as it is in the supplied hand-out and to print the passage in the printer.  Out of the 10 marks for the formatting 20 features carrying ½ marks each, the candidates should secure atleast 06 marks to qualify.            

Note:- All the original documents/certificates pertaining to age, education, caste, hill area, NOC/ discharge certificate (in case of Ex-Serviceman), sports certificate, proof to avail age relaxation as a widow/divorced/judicially separated woman, would be checked at the time of computer test. The candidates will also be required to submit attested photo copies of all the documents/certificates.

13.       GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR BOTH THE POSTS:
            i)          Application forms will be rejected if they are :-

    1. Incomplete.
    2. Without Demand/Bank Draft /banker's cheque of Rs. 100/-.
    3. Received in duplicate.
    4. Without attested copy of caste certificate in case of SC/ST and discharge book in case of Ex-Servicemen for fee exemption.
    5. Without photograph.
    6. Application form not signed by the candidate.                      
      1. 10% vacancies are reserved for Ex-servicemen as per GOI's instructions.
      2. Candidates seeking relaxation in height and chest will have to produce relevant original documents at the time of physical measurement.
      3. Candidates belonging to OBC category of area other than Delhi shall have to produce OBC certificate on the prescribed format required for appointment to posts under the Govt. of India.
      4. If there is any variation in the interpretation of words/instructions, the English version will prevail and the decision of Police Headquarters will be final.
      5. Candidates already working with Govt. can apply after intimating to their Head of Office/ Department and need not send another copy through proper channel. An undertaking to this effect may be enclosed with the application form.  They will have to provide N.O.C. from their department at the time of checking of documents.
      6. If ineligibility of a candidate is detected at any stage, his/her candidature will be cancelled without any prior notice.
      7. The candidate must be sure of his/her height, chest and educational qualification, which should conform to  the minimum standards laid down.
      8. Any change in the schedule already announced would be displayed on the notice board of the DCP/Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Kingsway Camp, Delhi and on “Notice Board” available on the website www.delhipolice.nic.in.
      9. Candidate should mention his/her Roll No. on the application while making any correspondence with the DCP/Recruitment Cell. It should be addressed to the following: DCP/Recruitment Cell, New Police Lines, Kingsway Camp, Delhi-110009.
      10. Candidates are advised to keep with themselves photocopies of application form, admit card and admission card (at the time of written examination) for ready reference.
      11. Medium of instruction in Police Training School is Hindi.
      12. All the candidates will be sent Admit card for PE&MT by post and Admission Card for the written test will be issued to the successful candidates immediately after the PE&MT at the ground itself.
      13. No TA/DA will be paid.

ADDL. DY.COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
ESTABLISHMENT, DELHI