West Bengal Police Recruitment Board has invited applications for recruitment to the post of Sub- Inspector / Sub – Inspectress (UNARMED BRANCH) and Sergeant in Kolkata Police
Details of the Vacancy
Sub-Inspector/Sub-Inspectress (Unarmed Branch) and Sergeant in Kolkata Police in the Pay Scale of Level 10 in the pay matrix (Rs. 32,100 – Rs. 82,900).
A. Must be a citizen of India.
B. AGE:- The applicant must not be below 20 years and not more than 27 years as on 01.01.2021
The applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university or its equivalent.
The applicant must be able to speak, read and write Bengali Language.
METHOD OF RECRUITMENT
The posts of Sub-Inspector/Sub-Inspectress (Unarmed Branch) and Sergeant in Kolkata Police shall be filled up on the basis of qualifying the Preliminary Examination which will act as screening examination followed by the Physical Measurement Test (PMT), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Final Combined Competitive Examination and Personality Test to be conducted by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
A. Preliminary Examination : (Full Marks – 200) :- Candidates provisionally considered as eligible will be called for a Preliminary Examination to be held in General Studies, Logical & analytical reasoning and Arithmetic with full marks of 200 (100 marks in General Studies having 50 questions, 50 marks in Logical & Analytical reasoning having 25 questions and 50 marks in Arithmetic having 25 questions), the duration of the examination being 90 minutes.
The preliminary examination will be a screening test for selection of candidates for the Physical Measurement Test and Physical Efficiency Test.
Note : – There will be NEGATIVE marking for each incorrect answer in the preliminary examination. ¼th of the allotted marks for a particular question will be deducted for each incorrect answer.
B. Physical Measurement Test (PMT) & Physical Efficiency Test (PET) : –
The Physical Measurement Test (PMT) as specified under para 3(F) above relating to height, weight and chest of the candidates qualified in the preliminary examination shall be taken followed by the Physical Efficiency Test (PET) of the eligible candidates.
Qualified candidates in the PMT only will be eligible to appear in the PET. The PMT & PET shall be conducted by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board at the venues selected by the Board for the purpose. Only qualified candidates of
both PMT & PET shall be eligible to appear in the Final Combined Competitive Examination.
C. Final Combined Competitive Examination (Full Marks – 200) :- The Final Combined Competitive
Examination will consist of three papers of conventional type questions, namely
a) Paper-I :- General Studies and Arithmetic for 100 marks (50 marks for General Studies, and 25 marks for Logical & Analytical reasoning and 25 marks for Arithmetic) of 2 (two) hours duration.
b) Paper-II :- English of 50 marks of 1 (one) hour duration.
c) Paper-III :- Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali of 50 marks of 1 (one) hour duration.
The written examination for all the above three papers of the Final Combined Competitive Examination shall be held on the same day at selected centres to be decided by the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
The question paper for Paper – I (General Studies and Arithmetic) of Final Combined
Competitive Examination will be set in three languages (English, Bengali and Nepali). The candidate may answer in any of these languages but all the answers must be in one and the same language. The syllabus for final combined competitive examination shall be as mentioned herein after.
D. Personality Test : (Full Marks – 30) :- A limited number of the candidates selected merit-wise on the results of Final Combined Competitive Examination will be called on to appear at the Personality Test. Candidates’ ability to speak in Bengali will be tested in the Personality Test. The minimum pass mark for the personality test will be 08 (eight). The candidates who fail to secure minimum pass mark in the personality test will be disqualified irrespective of the marks obtained by them in the Final Combined Competitive Examination.