SSC CPO Vacancy: Today is the last date for application for Delhi Police and CAPF SI recruitment, know the exam date.

SSC CPO Vacancy: Today is the last date for application for Delhi Police and CAPF SI recruitment, know the exam date.

SSC Delhi Police CAPF SI Vacancy: Today 28 March 2024 is the last date of application for SSC Delhi Police and CAPF Sub Inspector Recruitment Examination 2024 (SSC CPO 2024). Interested and eligible candidates who have not applied yet can apply immediately by visiting ssc.gov.in. Through SSC CPO Recruitment 2024, 4187 posts of Sub Inspector in Delhi Police and CAPF will be recruited. The recruitment examination will be conducted in CBT mode. The Commission has fixed the exam dates as 9th, 10th and 13th May 2024. There are 125 vacancies for Male Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and 61 vacancies for Female Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police. Moreover, there are 4001 vacancies for the post of Sub-Inspector in CAPF.

Qualification to apply-Candidates must be graduates in any discipline from a recognized university or any other higher education institution.

The age limit in CPO recruitment will be calculated from August 1, 2024. Candidates aged 18-25 years can apply for this recruitment. Candidates who were born not before 02 August 1999 and not after 1 August 2004 are eligible to apply. Candidates seeking reservation under EWS category will have to show a certificate valid for 2023-2024 based on the income of the financial year 2022-2023.

Application fee – 100 rupees. Women and SC, ST candidates will not have to pay fee.

exam pattern

Paper – I:
General Intelligence & Reasoning-50 Marks 50 Questions- Total 2 Hours
II General Knowledge & General Awareness 50 Marks 50 Questions
III Quantitative Aptitude 50 Marks 50 Questions
IV English Comprehension 50 Marks 50 Questions

Paper-II:

English Language and Comprehension-200 questions, 200 marks, 2 hours
12.2 Questions in both the papers will be multiple choice.
Questions in Part-I, II and III of Paper-I will be set in Hindi and English.
There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer

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