Delhi Police SI Previous Year Question Papers Answers PDF

Delhi Police SI Previous Year Question Papers Answers PDF

The Delhi Police Department is an entitled organization working under the Ministry of Home affairs, Government of India and not the Government of Delhi. It is an emergency force having control over National Capital Region. The Delhi Police Office is the agency sustaining law & society in the capital center of New Delhi, India. The Delhi Police Department was founded in the year 1854, under British resident to the Mughal Imperial Courts. The Delhi Police Department is one of the biggest Metropolitan Police Forces in the world. In this section, we cover the Delhi Police SI previous question papers.

The Delhi Police Department publishes notifications every year for recruitment of talented candidates for several posts. The recruitment for 4669 candidates in 2017 has been issued by the department. Candidates will be chosen based upon their appearance in the exams conducted by Delhi Police Dept. Various posts include Constable, Head Constable, Inspector, Sub Inspector, Superintendent, etc. Eligible candidates who are involved in Police Jobs or Central Government Jobs can apply to this post through online mode after the release of notification for recruitment in Delhi Police 2017.

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So candidates for your convenience and help, we are providing you with important dates, exam pattern, exam syllabus and also the previous year question papers. This all will help you to achieve a high score in Delhi Recruitment 2017 examination.

Syllabus and Pattern for Delhi Police SI Exam

Delhi police have recently released recruitment notification for 4669 in which 3115 for male and 1554 for female. The interested candidates can apply for the Delhi Police Constable 2016. Here on this platform, you will be provided with all the needed information. Dear Competitors, we will inform you of the eligibility criteria and tentative dates. Before applying for the exam do check the eligibility criteria. And candidates should be extra careful about the exam pattern and syllabus. The exam consists of following topics and brief marking is given below:

  • General Knowledge.
  • Numerical Ability.
  • Reasoning

The paper will contain 100 questions with each question adhering to one mark only. General Knowledge will have 50 questions whereas Numeric Ability will have 15 and Reasoning will have 35 questions. The Duration of this paper will be 90 minutes.

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S.No. Subject Questions Marks Duration
1 Reasoning 35 35
2 General Knowledge 50 50 90 minutes
3 Numerical ability 15 15
Total 100 100

Download Delhi Police SI Previous Year Question Papers PDF with Answers

Delhi Police Previous year question Papers are accessible through this platform. The Delhi Police Department has published the recruitment information for Police Constable Official 2017 & various other posts. The candidates who had applied for this notification are combing for Delhi Police Previous Year Question Papers. Those applicants can get Delhi Police Constable Previous Papers from our website. You can also download the Delhi Police Constable Sample Questions with answers for free. We have provided the Delhi Police Solved Papers to give proper guidance for the aspirants who are preparing for Delhi Police written exam. These Papers are essential for the candidates during their preparation for the written exam. Candidates can download Delhi Police old Papers pdf papers from our website and also checkout the exam criteria.

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Updated: February 28, 2017 — 4:52 pm

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