PROCEDURE FOR SELECTION:-
Candidates applying for selection shall be required to go through the following selection process: –
WRITTEN TEST INCLUDING REASONING TEST 1- 75 Marks
The written test for the recruitment of all categories of constables shall be for a total of 75
marks. An objective type written test will be held simultaneously throughout the State under the
directions of Director General-cum-Inspector General of Police. It shall consist ofthree parts, Part
A will have questions on reasoning and logic. Pan B will include questions on general knowledge,
general science and current affairs. Part C will have questions specifically on History, Geography,
Culture and Arts of Rajasthan. There will be provision for negative marking for incorrect answers
4 in written examination. Candidates shall be required to write their roll numbers and other details on
, the answer sheet only in the manner prescribed. Failure to lill‘these details in the answer sheet
correctly shall render the candidate liable to be declared unsuccessfull.
For the post of Constable (Band), there will be no written test.
Failure to secure 40% of marks each for General and OBC/SBC candidates, 36% marks each for SC/ST Candidates and 30% marks each for Saharias and SC/ST candidates of Tribal Sub Plan areas in each Part A, B and C separately shall render the candidate ineligible for the rest of . the selection procedure. The marks obtained in both these parts will betaken into consideration for final selection. The answer sheet will be evaluated on computer under supervision of the officers nominated by Director General—cum-Inspector General of Police. The results will be published in local dailies, on the Rajasthan Police Website (www.rajp0|ice.nic.in) and also put up on notice boards in the offices of Superintendents of Police or Commandants or other Appointing Authorities concerned.
The number of candidates called for the remaining selection procedure shall be restricted to five times the number of vacancies on the basis of marks obtained in the written examination, – However all candidates of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes/SBC category who secure marks equal to or higher than the cut off marks for the General category, shall also be declared successful in pan one of the examination- (Written Test), only if such candidates have not availed any relaxation not available to general category candidates (Govt.order No.F-7(2)DOP/A-ll/96 dated l7.06.96). lf two or more candidates obtain equal marks, the person elder in age shall be placed higher, where two or more persons have same marks and age, the person having higher educational qualifications will be placed higher, and where two or more persons have same marks, age and educational qualifications, their names shall be placed in English alphabetical order.
The question papers and blank OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) answer sheets for the written test shall be supplied by the Police Headquarters. It shall be the responsibility of the Superintendent of Police/Commandant/Unit head concemed to ensure that the written test is got conducted for the candidates who have applied in the District/Battalion/Unit concerned and found eligible to take the written test and to send the completed answer sheets to the Police Headquarters for computer evaluation. –
(A)HEIGHT/CHEST MEASUREMENTS AND WEIGI-IT;— ‘ A
The candidates who qualify in the written test as mentioned in Part-l above will be called
for the height, chest and weight measurements. Height and chest (weight in case of female
candidates) measurements ofthe candidates will be taken by the Board as per the norms laid down
. in the Rajasthan Police Subordinate Service Rules, I989. Candidates failing to fulfil the prescribed
standards ofheight/chest measurements or weight shall be rejected.
(B) PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST: –
A This test will be qualifying in nature. Candidates who are successful in physical efficiency
test will be granted I5 marks (in caseof constable general duty and operator) and I0 marks (in
case of constable driver, band and mounted). After qualifying PET, candidates will be considered, _
for award of marks for special qualifications (in case of constable general duty & constable ,
operator ) and for proficiency test (in case of constable band, constable driver & constable
mounted).Marks obtained in the physical efficiency test shall be included for determining the merit
of successful candidates. The candidates will undergo the physical efficiency test at their own risk.
Any candidate failing in physical efficiency test will be disqualified
Physical measurements and physical efficiency test of ex-service personnel shall be conducted separately, before such tests of other candidates. _ Details of marks and time allotted for Physical Efficiency Test shall be as under
> Only one chance shall be given for Physical Efficiency Test.
(A)PROFICIENCY TEST :- I5 Marks
[FOR CONSTABLE (BAND), CONSTABLE (MOUNTED) AND CONSTABLE (DRIVER) ONLY]
Candidates who have applied for the posts of Constable (Band), Constable (Mounted) and Constable (Driver) and who have qualified in the physical efficiency test shall be required to . undergo proficiency test carrying I5 Marks tojudge their suitability for these posts. .The minimum pass percentage shall be the same as in written test for various categories. Candidates failing to qualify in the proficiency test shall not be eligible for the remaining selection procedure.
(i) FOR CONSTABLE BAND) 15 Marks
It shall include different practical tests on the subject of band as under:-
(i) Playing ofband instruments and.band tunes: 5 Marks
(ii) Knowledge about band instruments and their maintenance: 5 Marks
(iii)Knowledge ofbugle playing. – 5 Marks
(ii) FOR CONSTABLE (MOUNTED) 15 Marks
It shall include different practical tests on the subject of riding I and horses as under:
(i) Riding skills test I0 Marks
(ii) Knowledge about horses and their upkeep. 5 Marks
(iii) FOR CONSTABLE (DRIVERS) I5 Marks .
The proficiency test shall consist ofthe following practical test
(a) Stop Test — as per Annexure ‘A’ :2 Marks
(b) Steering Test- as per Annexure ‘B’: 2 Marks
(c) Slalom Test — as per Annexure ‘C’ : 4 Marks
(d) Driving of Heavy Vehicles (along with possession of Heavy Vehicle Driving Licence): 4 Marks
(e) Removing three simple mechanical and electrical faults in the vehicle:
A CANDIDATE FAILS THE EXAMINATION IF
(I) Basic vehicle operation is not demonstrated smoothly.
(2) The driver cannot demonstrate control ofthe vehicle when driving and braking. .
(3) The driver hits the obstacle(s).
(4) The driver cannot pass the slalom circuit
(B) SPECIAL (QUALIFICATIONS :- I0 MARKS
(Maximum marks to be given for efficiency in Computer will be limited to 2 only)