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WB Police Constable Syllabus 2016 - WBPRB Constable Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Selection Process

Check WB Police Constable Syllabus 2016 - WBPRB Constable Exam Pattern, Syllabus and Selection Process: 
West Bangal Police Recruitment Board had invited applications for Constable posts. Many number of candidates apply for this exam and the competition is tough. 12th pass is the eligibility for these posts. Those candidates who want to qualify it, should prepare as per the syllabus prescribed for the written exam. Since the exam is near, so we have provided here WB Police Constable Exam Syllabus 2016. It will help you in your preparation of written test.


WB Police Constable Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Selection Process

WB Police Constable Selection Process:
1. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
2. Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
Candidates provisionally considered eligible will be called for Physical Measurement Test (PMT) and Physical Efficiency Test (PET) which are qualifying in nature, before the Range Recruitment Boards. Candidates who qualify in PMT and PET will have to appear in the Written Examination followed by the Interview.
West Bangal Police Constable Syllabus

WB Police Constable Salary / pay scale:
Constables in West Bengal Police and Special IR Battalion will be posted in the Pay Scale of Rs.5,400 – 25,200/- (i.e. Pay Band-2) + Grade Pay Rs.2,600/-

WB Police Constable Syllabus 2016
3. Written examination: This test will carry 90 marks
A limited number of candidates on the basis of the qualifying the Physical Measurement Test and Physical Efficiency Test will be called for to appear in the Written Examination to be conducted by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
WB Police Constable Syllabus:
The Written Examination will have 60 Multiple Choice (Four choices) Objective Type Questions (MCQs) carrying 1.5 marks each. The duration of the examination will be One hour. Question in the Written Examination shall be in the following subjects:-
A. General Awareness and General Knowledge - 30 Marks (20 questions)
B. English - 24 Marks (16 questions)
C. Elementary Mathematics (Madhyamik standard) - 24 Marks (16 questions)
D. Reasoning - 12 Marks (8 questions)
The candidates are expected to fill up the correct blank space against a question no. on the OMR Answer Sheet. The Question Paper will be in English, Bengali, Hindi & Nepali but the Answers will have to be filled up correctly in OMR Sheet. In case of any contestation the preferred language exercised in the Application Form will be taken as the language in which the Written Test has been answered.
Note: - ¼th of the allotted marks for a particular question will be deducted for each wrong answer given by candidate. West Bengal Police Recruitment Board will decide the prescribed scheme and syllabus for the Written Examination. The qualifying marks in the Written Examination to appear for the next stage will be fixed by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
West Bangal Police Constable Syllabus
4. Interview: - Full Marks – 10
A limited number of candidates on the basis of the result of the Written Examination will be called for Interview. In the Interview, the general awareness and suitability of the candidate for public service will be tested. The Interview will be conducted by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board through Range Recruitment Boards.
On the basis of the marks obtained in the Written Examination and the Interview, a merit list of the provisionally selected candidates will be prepared by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
5. Verification:-
All provisionally selected candidates will be required to fill up a ‘Verification Roll’ which will be thoroughly enquired into by the authority concerned.
6. Medical Exam:-
After receipt of Verification Roll having ‘No Objection’, all provisionally selected candidates will be sent for Medical Examination of the State Government-designated hospitals. The candidates must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein, squint eyes etc. The minimum vision should be 6/6 with or without glasses. They should possess high colour vision and should not be colour blind.