SSC Constable (Executive) Delhi Police Exam 2020: Apply For 5846 Vacancies, Exam Commences On November 27

New Delhi: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the revised exam dates for the post of Constable (Executive) in Delhi Police.

SSC Constable Exam is scheduled to be held from November 27 to 30, 2020, December 1 to 3, 2020, December 7 to 11, 2020 and December 14 as per the SSC revised calendar 2020.

Deputy Commissioner of Delhi Police in his latest letter to the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has mentioned the details regarding the recruitment of Constables. This is the first time that SSC is conducting the recruitment exam for Delhi Police Constable 2020.

SSC Constable notification is expected in August 2020 on its official website

As per reports, there are a total of 5846 vacancies, out of which 3433 are for Constable Executive (Male), 226 are for Constable Executive Male (Ex-servicemen), 243 are for Constable (Executive) Male Ex-servicemen Commando, and remaining are for Constable Executive Female.

As per the media reports, candidates who are Class X and XII pass from a recognised Board are eligible to apply. The age criteria is between 18 to 25 years.

SSC Delhi Police Constable recruitment will be done through online mode. Eligible and interested candidates can apply on the SSC website within the given time period.

The SSC Delhi Police Constable exam will have 100 questions on Reasoning (25 questions of 25 marks each), General Knowledge/ Current Affairs (50 questions of 50 marks each), Numerical Ability (15 questions of 15 marks each) and Computer Fundamentals (10 questions of 10 marks each). Qualified candidates will be called for Physical Endurance & Measurement Test (PE&MT) and Medical Test.

Delhi Police Official Website: Click Here

However, candidates have been advised to wait for SSC Constable Recruitment Notification to know the exact exam pattern, syllabus, eligibility, selection process, the application process, fee, etc.

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now.

Comments are closed.