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COACHING FOR ENTRIES IN CAPF (BSF, ITBP, CRPF, CISF, SSB)

The CAPF battles terrorists, insurgents and naxalites and even play a role in the smooth conduct of elections. CAPF which are tasked with doing the job of both the army and the police in guarding the borders as well as battling terrorists and insurgents are 365 days swinging Machine.

Subordinate Officers

Sub Inspectors are recruited through competitive examination conducted by Staff Selection Commission and they are referred as DASOs (Directly Appointed Subordinate Officers). DESOs (Departmental Entry Subordinate Officers) are who have been promoted through departmental exams conducted internally for Constables, Head Constables and Assistant Sub Inspectors.

Constables

Constables are recruited through competitive examination conducted by Staff Selection Commission.

Apart from above modes, CAPFs conduct recruitment for specialized posts such as Engineers, Doctors etc. among DAGOs and Wireless operators, Technicians, Nursing Staff etc. among subordinate officers and constables directly under their own authority.

Eligibility & Examination Detail

ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS

(1) CONSTABLE

Revised scheme for recruitment of Constable (GD) and procedure 

Constable is a major component of Central Police Forces (BSF, ITBP, CRPF, CISF, SSB)
Age Between 18 to 23 years (Cut-off date for age will be 1st August every year)
Educational Qualification Matriculation or 10th class pass.

PHYSICAL STANDARDS

Particulars Height Chest Weight
For Males 170 Cms 80-85 Cms For males and females: proportionate to height and age as per Medical Standards
For Females 157 Cms - -do-

Relaxation: There will be relaxation in age for SC/ST/OBC, Ex Servicemen and other categories of persons in accordance with the Government order on the subject as follows: - - - Candidates falling in the categories of Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhs, Dogras, Marathas and candidates to the states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Leh&Ladakh regions of J&K

Schedule Cast and Other Backward Cast

Particulars Height Chest Weight
For Males 165 Cms 80-85 Cms For males and females: proportionate to height and age as per Medical Standards
For Females 155 Cms - -do-

Scheduled Tribes

Particulars Height Chest Weight
For Males 162.5cms 78-83cms For males and females: proportionate to height and age as per Medical Standards
For Females 150cms 76-81cms -do-

Powers of relaxation:
The power to relax the eligibility criteria as mentioned in above will rest with the Directors General of Central Police Forces

MEDICAL STANDARDS

Eye Sight: The minimum distant vision should be 6/6 & 6/9 of both eyes without correction i.e. without wearing of glasses.

The candidates must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint in eyes and they should possess high colour vision. They must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of the duties.

ALLOTMENT OF VACANCIES

60 % of vacancies will be allotted amongst States/UT's on the basis of population ratio.

20% of vacancies in the Border Guarding Forces (BGFs) (BSF,ITBP,SSB,Assam Rifles) will be allotted to border districts, which fall within the responsibility of the Force.

In forces other than BGFs, 40% vacancies will be allotted to militancy affected areas i.e. J&K, North Eastern States and naxsal affected areas. The district/areas affected by militancy shall be notified by the Government from time to time.

20% of vacancies in BGFs will be allotted to areas affected by militancy i.e J&K, North Eastern States and naxal affected areas. The districts/areas affected by militancy shall be notified by the Government from time to time. iv) In forces other than BGFs, 40% vacancies will be allotted to militancy affected areas i.e. J&K, North Eastern States and naxsal affected areas. The district/areas affected by militancy shall be notified by the Government from time to time.

For diversion of annual vacancies from one State to another State, and also for diversion of vacancies of new raisings from one State to another in the same category or from one category to another category, approval of MHA will be required.

RESERVATION

There will be reservations for SC/ST/OBC, Ex-Servicemen and other categories of personnel in accordance with the instructions issued by the Government from time to time. The reserved vacancies will be calculated and recruitment made with reference to the allocations made to the States/UTs under item III above. Quota for SC/ST for various States/ UTs will be fixed having regard to the number of SC/ST population in such States/ UTs. The unfilled reserved vacancies may also be filled through special recruitments.

 

(2) SUB-INSPECTOR

One-third of the posts are filled up by direct recruitment and two-third by promotion. The requisite criteria for direct recruitment of Sub-Inspector is as under: 

Age: 20 to 25 years

Relaxation : Relaxable for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Class in accordance with the instructions issued by the Govt. from time to time.

Educational Qualification: Degree of a recognized University or equivalent

Physical Standards

Height Chest Weight
170 Cms 80-85 Cms Proportionate to height
Relaxable: By 5 Cms.for candidates belonging to Hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon, HP, Leh&Ladakh, Kashmir valley, Gorkhas, Marathas, Sikkimies, Dogras& NE States 77-82Cms for STs -do-

 

SELECTION PROCEDURE

Process of Constable Selection

The candidate has to go through the below given 6 steps to get selected for the constable position.

  1. Physical Standard Test (PST): In this, the candidate undergoes some tests where they are tested for their height, weight and chest and after fulfilling all the required standards they can easily qualify for the next round.
  2. Document Verification: After the candidate has passed the Physical test, they then become eligible for the document verification. Here they have to show their original certificates and the proof of their education.
  3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET): After qualifying the above two stages, the candidates are tested for their physical abilities like running, long jump and high jump. This does not carry any marks and is not required for ex-servicemen, they are only required to pass the medical examination. Below is a given description of this test.
Gender Racing High Jump Long Jump
Male 5 km in 24 minutes 11 feet (3 tries) 3½ feet (3 tries)
Female 1.6 km in 8.30 minutes 9 feet (3 tries) 3 feet (3 tries)
  1. Written Test: Students after succeeding in the PET, get selected for the written examination. It is a basic MCQ examination which consists of 100 questions in total of one mark each, which equals to a total of 100 marks. There is no negative marking in this exam and it provides both Hindi and English as a language or medium to write the exam.
  2. Medical Examination: In this a candidate is checked both for mental and physical fitness and after satisfying the medical standards, qualifies for the final round.
  3. Merit List: At last, a merit list is drawn which consists of the marks in the written exam according to their category.

 

Selection Process of Sub Inspector

A candidate has to go through different stages of the selection process to qualify as a sub inspector. The first step of the selection process starts with paper I, followed by PET/PST. After qualifying these two steps, the next step is paper II and at last there is the medical examination. After all the tests are done with, a merit list is drawn and the candidates are selected accordingly.

Written Examination: There are two categories in the written examination i.e. paper I and paper II. Paper I is a multiple choice questions type, which consists of a total of 200 questions weighing 200 marks with the time duration of 2 hours. This paper is divided into 4 sections, where each section is of 50 marks and 50 questions.

Whereas, paper II is subjective type written exam where the total marking is 200 marks and the time duration to finish the exam is 2 hours.

Candidate can choose any language i.e. Hindi or English as their preferred language and solve the paper accordingly, also there is a negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer.

Physical Standard Test (PST)/ Physical Endurance Test (PET): The next step for recruitment of sub inspector after qualifying the paper I of the written examination are the PST and PET. The aspirant first undergoes the PST and then PET, it can be vice-versa also and doesn’t have to be in a fixed order. It doesn’t contain any marks but works as a qualifier or eliminator. After passing the PET, the candidate moves on to the further round which is paper II.

The below given table shows a list of the endurance test and the qualifying standard of it:

Male Female
100 meter in 16 seconds 100 meter in 18 seconds
1.6 km race in 6.5 minutes 800 meter race in 4 minutes
3.65 meter long jump (3 tries) 2.7 meter (9 feet) long jump (3 tries)
1.2 meter high jump (3 tries) 0.9 meter (3 feet) high jump (3 tries)
4.5 meters shot put (16 lbs) (3 tries)

Medical Test and Merit List: Medical test basically consists of the eye vision test as mentioned in medical standards and should be physically and mentally fit and healthy. After this a merit list is drawn, this includes the marks of the written exam and the final selection is made accordingly.

Paper Pattern

Constable (GD)

Type of Entry Age Qualification Subjects in Question papers Marks Duration
Constable (GD) 18 to 23 Yrs. (Age relaxation of 5 yrs. to SC/ ST candidates and 3 to OBC candidates) CandidatesShould be completed education of 10th/ SSC Class or its equivalent from any of recognized board

Paper I

Part A : General Intelligence & Reasoning

25 2 hrs
Part B: General Knowledge and
General Awareness
25
Part C: Elementary Mathematics 25
Part D: English/Hindi 25
Written Total 100 2 hrs

Sub Inspector

Type of Entry Age Qualification Subjects in Question papers Marks Duration
ASI/ SI (CPF Incl Delhi Police) 20 to 25 Yrs (Age relaxation of 5 yrs. to SC/ ST candidates and 3 to OBC candidates) A. Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university or equivalent.
 
Paper I Part A :General Intelligence and Reasoning 50     2 hrs
Part B: General Knowledge and 
General Awareness
50
Part C: Quantitative Aptitude 50
Part D: English Comprehension 50
Total 200
Paper II:  English language 
& Comprehension
200 2 hrs
Written Total 400 4 hrs

Coaching Schedule CAPF (Constable & SI)

Course Duration Course Code Admission Dates Batch Start Dates Classes Schedule
6 months CPF 006 Open 1st and 15th of each month 4 hours every day (six days a week)
3 months CPF 003 Open 1st and 15th of each month 5 to 6 hours every day (six days a week)

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Following documents are required for the admission.
  • Copy of Education Qualification Certificates.
  • Copy of Caste Certificate - if applicable
  • Copy of Domicile Certificate
  • Copy of Aadhaar card as ID proof
  • 02 Latest Colored Photographs

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RULES & REGULATIONS

  1. Fee will be paid maximum in two instalments. Atleast 70% fee to be paid at the time of admission and balance 30% within 1 to 2 months from start of the course.
  2. Fee once paid will not be refunded or adjusted under any circumstance.
  3. Filling in of exam application forms and their submission to the exam conducting authority will be the responsibility of student himself.
  4. Student will be responsible for his physical, medical and educational eligibility for a particular course before taking admission. No fee in full or part will be refunded once the student has taken admission in the academy.
  5. Change in address and contact No if any to be notified to the office immediately on occurrence.
  6. Student enrolled with DDA will provide his entrance examination roll number to office immediately on receipt of his admit card from the exam conducting authority.
  7. DDA reserves its right to make any alteration in its program/fees without any prior notice to anybody.
  8. Students will follow all rules, regulations and instructions of the institute and will stay within its discipline parameters.
  9. Student found involved in any indiscipline or misconduct will be expelled from the academy without any notice or refund of fee.
  10. DDA guides, coaches and trains the students for defence forces’ entries but does not promise or guarantee the jobs.

DECLARATION

Date: 24-05-2022
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