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crpf.nic.in Constable (Technical and Tradesman) Syllabus Scheme & Pattern Old Papers 2016

WRITTEN TEST Pattern Scheme and Syllabus 2016


The candidates who qualify in STAGE-I (PST/PET) will be appeared in stage-II i.e. written test and informed in writing on the day of PST/PET (Stage-I). Admit Card to the candidates, who qualify STAGE -I (PST/PET) will be uploaded in the website i.e. www.crpfindia.com by mentioning date & venue on which they are required to appear for written test. Qualified candidates may download their call letter/admit card through said website i.e. www.crpfindia.com. The written test will be as under:-

(i)  The written test will be conducted on OMR basis.

(ii)   The written test will be of 100 marks consisting of two parts, i.e. Part-I - Knowledge expected from a Class – 10 pass candidates and Part-II relating to knowledge of the Trade. The cut-off percentage of marks for qualifying in written exam will be as under:-
General and Ex-Servicemen
:
35 %
SC/ST/OBC
:
33 %

(iii)  Part-I and Part-II of Question Paper will consist of 100 objective type multiple choice questions carrying 01 mark each to assess the following:
Subject
Number of
Maximum
Duration


questions
marks


Part-I
50
50


General awareness/ knowledge




Knowledge of elementary mathematics




Analytical aptitude.




Ability to observe and distinguish patterns.




Basic knowledge in English/Hindi.


Two hours





Part-II
50
50



Questions carrying 01 mark, separately for each




trade to assess the knowledge of the candidate




in respective trade. Candidate applying for a




particular trade will be given question




paper pertaining to that trade only.









(iv)          The questions will be set both in Hindi and English. Accordingly, the paper can be answered in any one of these languages.


(v)           Questions in Part-I & II are to be answered using a blue/ black ball pen.

(vi)          INSTRUCTIONS FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATION:-

1)          The written examination Question papers will be set bilingually in Hindi and English and candidates will have the option to answer either in Hindi or English. Language option code i.e. Hindi or English, opted by the candidate, should be mentioned correctly at appropriate place in OMR answer sheet otherwise OMR answer sheet will not be evaluated. Candidates are also advised to answer in Hindi/English but they cannot answer part in Hindi & part in English or vice-versa.

2)          Answers to the questions will have to be given on OMR Sheet only.

3)          Candidates should write their Roll Number on both i.e. Question Booklet and the OMR Answer Sheet.

4)          All questions will be compulsory and carry equal marks.

5)          Each Question Booklet has a Series No. and Series code. The candidates should enter the Series Number & Series code of Question Booklet given to them correctly in OMR Answer Sheet.


STATE-III.   TRADE TEST

FOR DRIVER AND FITTER
SL No.
Activity particulars
Maximum



Marks
1.
Trade Test
Oral assessment of respective trade
10


Practical assessment
35
2.
Written skill
Subjective assessment of respective trade in 100
05


words. Total time: 20 minutes






Total (1+2)

50
(ii)
FOR OTHER TRADES (EXCEPT DRIVER AND FITTER)

SL No.
Activity particulars
Maximum



Marks
1.
Diploma/
Diploma or certificate course, or other skill courses
03

Certificate
with or without any specified duration of respective


(Course   &
trade or experience certificate of respective trade, if


experience)
any issued, irrespective of any of the agency/institute.





2.
Trade test
Oral assessment of respective trade
07


Practical assessment
35
3.
Written skill
Subjective assessment of respective trade in 100
05


words. Total time: 20 minutes)


Total (1+2+3)

50
Note :- Trade test assessment is to be carried as per procedure. The oral, practical and experience part will be assessed and the award of marks will be keeping in view of supporting documents and on basis of performance during such assessment.

During Trade test, a candidate will be asked to perform any activity pertaining to that particular trade for which he/she has appeared/applied. The parameters for each trade will be as under:-
i)
Driver
Knowledge  of  driving  trade.
Handling,  driving,
parking  &


maintenance of light & heavy vehicles etc.





ii)
Fitter
Knowledge in automobiles fitter/motor mechanic trade.
Handling of


tools, etc.






iii)
Bugler
Playing, handling and maintenance of Bugle




iv)
Tailor
Taking measurement of persons, cutting / stitching of Terry Cotton


uniform/Civil Clothes. Cutting / stitching of warm clothing/uniform


etc.





v)
Cobbler
Having Knowledge of his Trade. Polishing of Shoes, handling of tools,


cutting of leather, repair and stitching of shoes. Making of new


shoes.












vi)
Carpenter
Handling tools, cutting of wood, fitting, polishing and finishing of




materials, Knowledge of fitting of doors and windows / fixing of glass




panes on windows. Able to make wooden boxes, racks and to make




a timber truss.







vii)
Painter
Knowledge of colours, paints, shades, painting of sign boards,




painting and drawing/knowledge of spray painting of motor vehicle




etc.  Knowledge of colour scheme by mixing different  paints/




distempering. Able to write letters neatly on banners and boards.




Able to work out quantity of paints required for wood painting and




CGI sheet painting.







viii)
Gardener
Knowledge of Plantation, maintenance of plants, Knowledge of seeds




and their seasons, fertilizer and manures.







ix)
Brass Band
Knowledge of playing Brass Band instruments.







x)
Pipe Band
Knowledge of playing Pipe Band instruments.







xi)
Cook
Cooking of Chapati & Rice / Vegetable / Dal / Sambhar / Idli etc. for




100 men, cooking of Meat / Fish /Egg/ Kheer.







xii)
Water
Washing of utensil, kneading of Atta for making chapattis for about



Carrier
100 men and cutting of vegetable etc.







xiii)
Safai
Sweeping of floors, open area and cleaning of toilets, bathrooms etc.



Karmachari








xiv)
Barber
Handling of tools, hair cutting and shaving.







xv)
Washer
Washing of clothes, Ironing of Khaki cotton Uniform, woolen and TC



man/
Uniform.



Washer-




woman








xvi)
Hair
Handling of tools and hair cutting of Mahilas.



Dresser




(Female)








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