AP Police Constable 2018 Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Scheme, Selection Process

AP Police Constable Syllabus 2018 :  AP Police Constable exam pattern 2018 is released along with syllabus. AP Police Constable exam is a state level police recruitment event organized and to be conducted by Andhra Pradesh State Level Police Recruitment Board for the posts of Police Constables, Warders and Firemen. Total no. of posts to be filled through this event is 2723. If you are interested then you will have to apply online before the last date i.e. Dec 07, 2018 and start your preparation by following prescribed syllabus and exam pattern.

Important Points To Be Remembered

Mode of ApplicationOnline
AP Police Constable Registration and form submissionNov 12, 2018 at 03 PM to Dec 07, 2018 at 5 PM
Submission of Application Fees12-11-2018 at 03 PM to 7-12-2018 at 5 PM
Admit Card For Preliminary Written Test Shall Be Available To Download From10 before the preliminary written exam
Preliminary written test shall be onJan 06, 2019 [Sunday]

10 AM to 01 PM [3 hours]
PMT / PET shall be on-
Final written exam shall be on-
Declaration of final result-
Final appointment-
Apply online @http://pc.apprb.in/Application/OnlineAppBefore

Knowing AP Police Constable 2018 exam pattern / scheme and selection process will help you in securing a job in AP Police department. AP Police constable recruitment 2018 consists of several stages of examination as follows –

  • Stage I Preliminary Written Test
  • Stage II Physical Measurement Test [PMT] / Physical Efficiency Test [PET]
  • Stage III Final written Examination

Below we have provided the complete details of AP Police Constable 2018 exam pattern / scheme and selection process. You must go through each part of this post to get efficient knowledge on AP Police Constable exam pattern.

Below given exam pattern and syllabus will help you in knowing the important topics as well as subjects to be studied for the preliminary and final written exam. On top of that, after knowing exam pattern candidates can also strategize their preparation in order to score maximum marks in both the examinations.

AP Police Constable 2018 exam pattern will give information like paper wise marking scheme, weightage of question paper and structure. It also provides information on type & no. of questions, subject along with topics names, maximum marks and time duration of the question paper. For effective preparation, candidates must focus on each aspect of AP Police Constable 2018 exam pattern and syllabus.

AP Police Constable – Stage I Preliminary Written Test

Candidates who successfully apply to AP Police constable recruitment 2018 will be called for Stage I preliminary written test. It will be a single paper having 200 MCQs of 200 marks. 100 MCQs will be asked from subject like General Science, English, Arithmetic, Indian Geography, History, Polity, Economy etc. There will also few questions on current events of national / international importance. . Total time will be 3 hours. It will be qualifying in nature. To be passed in paper, candidates will have to score at least 40% marks for OCs, 35% for BCs and 30% for SCs / STs / ex-servicemen. Marks of preliminary written test will not be counted in final selection process.

AP Police Constable Exam Pattern

AP Police Constable Syllabus For Prelims Written Test

Subject wise topics / syllabus is given below

ArithmeticTest of Reasoning
MensurationAnalogies
PartnershipDecision making
Clocks & calendarsVisual memory
Time & distanceProblem solving analysis
Time & workSimilarities and differences
Work & wagesSpatial visualization
Profit & lossSpatial orientation
Average-
Percentage-
Ratio & proportion-
Compound interest-
Number system-
Simple interest-

For more updates on syllabus, please refer to AP SLPRB official website.

Stage II PMT / PET

Applicants qualified in Stage I Preliminary written test will have to undergo Physical Measurements Test and should meet the following requirements

 Height (should not be less than)Chest (after inspiration, it should be not less than)Weight
For Posts Police Constables (Civil, AR & APSP) and Firemen
Men167.6 centimeters86.3 centimetres-
Women152.5 centimeters-40 kgs
For post Warders
Men16887-
Women153-45.5

If a candidate belongs to Aboriginal Tribes and Scheduled Tribes in the Agency areas of East Godavari, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam and West Godavari districts then h/she must possess the following physical standards

 Height (should not be less than)Chest (after inspiration, it should be not less than)Minimum Weight
For Posts Police Constables (Civil, AR & APSP) and Firemen
Men160 centimeters80 centimeters-
Women150 centimeters-38 kgs
For post Warders
Men16483-

Candidates who possess above mentioned standards will be declared qualified and called for Physical Efficiency Test (PET). It will be qualifying in nature. To qualify PET, aspirants will have to undergo the following tests

For post Police Constables (Civil [Men & Women]), Warders (Men & Women) and Firemen

Both male and female candidates will have to qualify in 1600 metres run and 1 out of remaining 2 activities as shown in below table

EventsQualifying Time / Distance
Ex. ServicemenGeneralWomen
Long jump3.65 mtrs3.80 mtrs2.75 mtrs
100 meters run16.5 seconds15 seconds18 seconds
1600 meters run9 min 30 sec8 min10 min 30 sec

For post Police Constables (AR [Men & Women]) & Police Constables (APSP [Men])

Both male and female candidates will have to qualify in all the below given activities of PET which carry total 100 marks

EventsQualifying Time / DistanceMarks
WomenEx-servicemenGeneral
1600 meters run10 min 30 sec9 min 30 sec8 min40
Long jump2.75 mtrs3.65 mtrs3.80 mtrs30
100 meters run18 seconds16.5 seconds15 seconds30

Stage III Final Written Examination

Candidates qualified in Stage II PMT / PET will be called for a final written examination. It will be a single paper of 3 hours duration. MCQs will be asked from various subjects / topics such as English, Arithmetic, General Science, History of India, Indian culture, and national Movement, Indian Geography, Polity and Economy, Current events and Mental ability / Test of Reasoning.

Posts nameNo. of MCQsMaximum marksTime duration
Police Constables (Civil [Men & Women]), Warders (Men & Women) and Firemen2002003 hours
Police Constables (AR [Men & Women]) & Police Constables (APSP [Men])200100

Important Points To Be Remembered For Final Written Exam

  • Qualifying marks are 30% for SCs / STs / Ex-servicemen, 35% for BCs and 40% for OCs
  • Selection of language for final written exam should be done by candidates at the time of submitting application forms
  • final written exam shall have objective type questions only in English, Telugu and Urdu languages only
  • To answer MCQs, candidates can use either blue or black ball point pen

AP Constable Online Application

AP Police Constable Syllabus for Final Written Exam

  • English – paragraph writing / report writing, comprehension, translation, precis, letter writing etc.
  • Arithmetic – problems relating to number system, clocks & calendars, average, time & work, work & wages, simple interest, profit & loss, partnership, compound interest, time & distance, percentage, mensuration, ratio & proportion etc.
  • Test of Reasoning – Analogies, spatial visualisation, similarities and differences, spatial orientation problem solving, analysis, visual memory, judgment, decision making etc.
  • Other topics to be studied for final written exam – History & Geography of India, current events of national & international importance, Indian polity and economy etc.

AP Police Constable Syllabus

AP Police Constable Selection Procedure

Post wise final selection procedure is below

For Post Police Constables (Civil [Men & Women]), Warders (Men & Women) and Firemen

Final Selection of candidates on the said posts will be made on the basis of a merit list to be prepared after considering marks scored by them in the final written exam only. Rest stages of selection process i.e. preliminary written exam and PMT / PET will be qualifying in nature.

For post Police Constables (AR [Men & Women]) & Police Constables (APSP [Men])

Final Selection of candidates on the said posts will be made on the basis of a merit list to be prepared after considering marks scored by them in the final written exam [100 marks] and PMT / PET [100 marks]. Rest stages of selection process i.e. preliminary written exam will be qualifying in nature.

For more details on AP Police Constable 2018 exam pattern / scheme and selection process, please go through AP Police constable official notification 2018. Best of Luck.

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