Hi readers! In this post, you will find everything you need to know about CRPF Constable recruitment after 10th standard.
Many 10th pass students dream about landing a Government job. 10th pass students do have access to two main types of Government jobs. They are –
- State Government jobs
- Central Government jobs
Most of these jobs belong to entry level. Here, we will deal with CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) recruitment after 10th. The job post that I’m talking about is – CRPF Constable (General Duty).
Constable is an entry level post within the CRPF. Duty assigned to a 10th recruit is – General Duty.
In this post, you will find all the important details that you need to know about the recruitment process. This article covers details such as – name and nature of the post, eligibility criteria (educational, physical, medical), selection process, age limit, reservation status, vacancy etc.
Let us start now! We will check out each and every detail in the next section. Here it is –
CRPF Constable Recruitment 2018-2019
Applicant must be between 18 to 23 years of age at the time of applying. Upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years for SC/ST candidates. It is relaxed by 3 years for OBC candidates.
Minimum educational qualification required is – 10th pass or equivalent.
Physical and Medical Standards
- Minimum height required is 170 cm
- Chest: 80-85 cm (breath in and breath out)
- Weight should be in proportion to height of the candidate
The selection process consists of two main stages. They are –
- Physical Fitness Test
- Written Examination
- Medical Examination
After checking the application forms, call letters are sent to deserving candidates. These candidates are subjected to physical examination.
Once they clear the physical requirements test and physical fitness test, they are supposed to appear for the written examination.
Let us take a closer look at each stage. Here we go –
Physical Fitness Test
This is the first stage of selection process. In this stage physical measurements of candidates are taken by the authorities. They are also made to undergo the physical fitness test. Here are the specs –
- Long Jump (11 Ft)
- High Jump (3.5 Ft)
- One Mile race (must be finished within six minutes)
The above three activities constitute the Physical Fitness test. Maximum three chances will be given to a candidate to perform Long jump and High jump in satisfactory manner.
Once a candidate clears Physical Fitness Test, he is selected to undergo the written exam. Let us take a closer look at this test. Here we go –
The written exam can be divided into two parts. They are –
- Part A
- Part B
Part A consists of objective type questions. Part B consists of descriptive questions.
Here are some basic details about the written examination –
- Total Marks: 50 (Part A – 25 marks & Part B – 25 marks)
- Time: 90 minutes
- Subjects: Science, General Knowledge, Numerical Aptitude, Test of Reasoning and more)
While going to appear for the examination, candidates are required to carry original certificate that were attached with the application form. Candidates should also carry with them two passport size photographs.
Medical Examination and Interview
Candidates who manage to clear written examination must undergo medical examination. Medical examination is followed by interview.
Final selection will be made in the basis of a merit list prepared by the authorities. The final merit list is prepared on the basis of marks scored in PFT, written exam, medical examination and interview.