The Delhi Police Recruitment Board will organize this opportunity in two phase, As pre newspaper vigyapti Phase first will be completed in 2016-17 & Phase 2nd will be completed in 2017-18.As we all know that across the country millions of candidates will be applied for this govt job. As pre official notification applied candidates will be selected through performance in the written test and after that Physical Test. So govt job aspirants have also needed details of Exam Syllabus 2016 essentially. In case, if you have not aware it then you have too difficult to crack the competitive test. As we all know that Delhi Police Department has announced Constable Vacancy after long time, so huge number of candidates will be applied for this govt job.
Important details :
Name Of Posts : Constable (male/female)
- Total Vacancies : 4669 Posts
- Initial Date of Application Process : 10/09/2016
- Deadline of Application: 10/10/2016
- Selection Procedure: Physical Test/Written Test/Medical test/Final Merit Lists
- Age Limit: Grater than 18th Year
- Eligibility: Completed SSC/12th Class
- Application Fee: Update Soon
- Mode of Application: offline
- Official Website:delhipolice.nic.in
Delhi Police recruitment 2016 Posts Wise Vacancy DetailsSR NOName of PostsCategory Wise Vacancy detailsUROBCSTSC Total Posts 1Constable Male1557847473238 3115 2Constable Female815443250461554
Delhi Police Constable Vacancy Age Limit & Application Fees
The Interested Candidates who are going to apply for the govt job in Delhi Police Constable Vacancy 2016,Applicants age should have grater then 18 year and Upper age will be dependent of the organization body.Age relaxation for the reservation category/Quota is applicable according to the govt rule for this govt job. Application fee can be submitted for this govt job through Online Banking Service, Debit Card, Credit Card, Internet Banking or through Bank Challan. Category Wise fees details soon update here.
Selection Procedure of Delhi Police Recruitment 2016
Delhi Police Vacancy 2016 for constable, head Constable and Sub-Inspector Posts candidates will be selected through performance in the written test after completion of Physical Fitness Test
- Physical test
- Written Test
- Medical test
- Final Merit Lists (Category Wise)
Delhi Police Constable/Head Constable/SI Physical Standard
All Interested candidates who are applying for the Delhi Police Constable govt job Vacancy 2016 they have to match in the bellow allocated Physical standard for the final selection or must compulsory to pass the physical standard for the final selection
HeightFor men of general/ ST and OBC: The minimum height should be 170cms. 5cms relaxation for the residents of hill areas.For women of general/ST and OBC: The minimum height should be 152cms.For men who are ST candidates: the minimum height should be 160cms.For women who are ST candidates: the minimum height should be 152 cms.
Required Chest standardThe chest option for Men who are general and OBC: Without expanding 81 cm and with expanding 85 cmThe chest option for Men who are schedule caste and tribe: without expanding 79 cm and with expanding 83cms.The chest option is not applicable to women.
- Weight should be in correspondence to Height and Age of for both men and women.
- For Men there is no weight criteria. But, females should weigh more than 47.5 kilograms.
Delhi Police Admit Card 2016
Candidates will be selected for this govt job based on the performance in the Physical Test which will be Started in September 2016 on onward, and through performance in the Competitive test which will be conducted on 30 January 2017. The Applicants have also required the Delhi Police Constable Admit Card for Written Test & physical Test.
Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2016 Apply Online-(Available)
Important Dates for Delhi Police Constable Bharti 2016
- Starting Date for Online Applicants:- 10th Sept Sept 2016
- Closing Date/Last Date for Submit Online Form:-10th October
- Physical Test (PET/PMT) Dates:-Update Soon
- Written Examination Date:-04/03/2017
- Result Date:-May be available in April 2017