Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Central Police Organization (CPO) which in Hindi you can call Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Central Police Organization (CPO).
SSC CPO can be a good opportunity for those who want to become Sub Inspector and Assistant Sub Inspector in Delhi Police / Delhi Police and CAPF / CAPF.
The Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) refers to the seven best paramilitary forces in India under the authority of the Ministry of Home Affairs of India, namely: 1. Border Security Force (BSF), 2. Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), 3. Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), 4. Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), 5. Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), 6. Assam Rifles (AR), and 7. National Security Guard (NSG)
All seven CAPFs are headed by an IPS (Indian Police Service) officer although each CAPF has its own cadre of officers.
Note: Recruitment of CAPFs in AR and NSG division is not done under SSC CPO Exam
There are a total of seven posts under SSC CPO Exam, out of which six posts are of Sub-Inspectors and one post of Assistant Sub-Inspector.
After passing the SSC CPO exam, you have to do one of these. Will be selected for the post. All these following posts fall as per SSC CPO exam…
Note: > All posts fall under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India and not the Government of Delhi.
If you have a Bachelor Degree in any discipline from a recognized university, then you can apply for SSC CPO examination and claim all the seven posts mentioned above.
However, if you want to become a Sub Inspector (SI) in Delhi Police, you must have a valid driving license (D / L) to run LMV (Car and Motorcycle) in addition to the education mentioned above.
This eligibi lity is only for male candidates, female candidates do not need a Driving License.
Driving license is not mandatory at the time of filing the application form. But you must make sure that you have a Driving License by the time of Physical Endurance and Measurement Test (PET & PMT).
All these areas will come in the mountainous areas: Garhwal , Kumaon , Himachal Pradesh , Gorkhas , Dogra , Marathas , Kashmir Valley , Jammu and Kashmir , North-Eastern states and Sikkim Ladakh region
Note: A minimum of 5cm chest swell is mandatory for male candidates.
Note: There will be no minimum chest measurement requirement for female candidates.
SSC CPO selection process is divided into 4 phases:
Phase 1: CBT Paper I
Phase 2: Physical Standard Test (PST)/ Physical Endurance Test (PET)
Phase 3: Paper II
Phase 4: Detailed Medical Examination (DME)
In SSC CPO Written Exam you have to give two papers (Paper-I and Paper-II) and both are conducted online (Computer Based Examination). For each question of Paper-I and Paper-II, you will be given four options out of which only one option will be correct (Objective Multiple Choice Type Questions)
You will have to give two papers in the written examination. 200-200 questions will be asked in Paper-I and Paper-II. Each question will be of 1 mark. SSC CPO Paper-I will have a total duration of 2 hours (120 minutes) and Paper-II will also have a total duration of 2 hours.
You will be given 1 mark for each correct answer. At the same time, for every wrong answer given by you, your 0.25 marks will be deducted.
Paper –I question paper is divided into four parts. Questions asked in each part will be from different subject.
Paper –I questions will be from these four topics: