Odisha Police Constable Previous Year Question Papers

Odisha Police Constable Previous Year Question Papers

Odisha Police department has issued a notification regarding the recruitment of Police Constables. It is under the State Selection Board, Odisha Police.

For the recruitment, a written test will be conducted and the selection will be done based on the candidate’s performance in the written test. Applications are to be submitted through online mode only.

All the candidates should be between the age group 18 to 23. Age relaxation as per Government rules. The candidates should have passed high school or equivalent from a recognised board. The candidate must know how to read, speak and write Odia and also should have Odia as one of the subjects in high school.

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The selection will be done through a process that includes Physical Measurement, Educational, Sports Achievements, Physical Efficiency Test, National Cadet Corps Certificate (NCC), Driving Test and Written test.

Exam Pattern and Syllabus for Odisha Police Constable Exam-

The written test is an objective type test. Total marks of the test are 25. It consists of multiple choice questions from different subjects.

Each question will have multiple options and the candidate has to select one of those options as the answer. The questions are covered from subjects like Oriya, English, Arithmetic, General Knowledge, Aptitude, and Logical Reasoning.

Profit and Loss, Construction, Data Handling, Number Systems, Statistics, Tenses, Articles, Vocabulary, Grammar, Fill in the Blanks, Sentence Completion,Unseen Passage,Indian Constitution, Current Events, History, Geography, Economics, Culture, Books and Authors, Percentage, Time and Distance, Ratio and Proportions, etc.

Odisha Police Constable Exam Previous Year Question Papers

Any exam can be cracked with enough practice of previous year question papers. These are an important part of preparation for any test. Many candidates choose to neglect previous year paper practice, but such candidates lack some of the important aspects of paper solving.

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For those who practise the previous year question papers have more better preparation than the others who don’t. By doing so you find out about the type of questions that are asked in the test and also about the questions that appear in the test more than once. These are the frequently asked questions and generally, belong to the topics that are of utmost importance.

Previous year papers are helpful in checking your level of preparation and the planning the next steps accordingly. Also once you have tried solving a bunch of papers you can identify your weak spots and then direct your preparations towards the hard topics.

These are important because they help in the improvement of speed, accuracy, and question-solving ability. Not only that but previous year question papers also help to improve the time management skills.

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