CRPF Head Constable Bharti 2016 Syllabus & Pattern

Download Syllabus & Paper Pattern for Head Constable (Male/ Female) in CRPF: In this article the Exam Free Job Alert is providing Hindi/ English Syllabus for Head Constable (HC) Male & Female candidate at Central Reserve Police Force. In April 2016, the CRPF has issued Bharti notice for 686 Head Constable Post. There are two phases in the selection of Head Constable.

CRPF Head Constable Paper Pattern 2016.

The Phase-I for the selection is written test. The Phase-II is Skill Test, Medical Test & Physical Test.

  • Physical Standard Test (PST)/Scrutiny of documents.
  • Skill test ( i.e. Typing speed test) (On computers only and regulated through software)

Note:- Mode/Procedure/Method for conducting skill test will be decided by the department.

  • Medical examination

Note:- The candidate will be allowed to appear in Second phase test subject to qualifying/ passing the first phase of this recruitment process.

Note:- The schedule of first phase and written examination shall be uploaded in CRPF website. Candidates are advised to visit CRPF website direct to ( and ( ).

CRPF Head Constable Syllabus 2016.

  • The written examination will be conducted at designated centre’s.
  • The written examination will be of one paper only carrying 225 marks consisting of following two parts:-


Section-A = Hindi Language Or English Language (optional)

Note: Candidates will be at the discretion to attempt the language paper consisting of comprehension either in Hindi or English. The exam text will be different for Hindi language and English language.

Section-B = General Intelligence.
Section-C = Numerical Aptitude.
Section-D = Clerical Aptitude.

Descriptive paper.

Note Section B, C, D of Part I will be set as bilingual. Paper II descriptive will also be set as bilingual.

The written examination will consist of OMR based questions paper Part-I(OMR based) with Sections A,B,C & D. Part-II will be of descriptive questions. The descriptive question part will have no minimum qualifying marks but marks obtained by candidates in Part-II will be added in final merit list for selection. The merit will be prepared based on total marks of Part-I (OMR based) and Part-II descriptive. However, all candidates who qualify in Part-I (OMR based) and secure minimum prescribed qualifying marks will be called for second phase i.e. PST/Scrutiny of documents.

Note: 1 There will be only one question paper for two and half hours (150 minutes) duration consisting of above two parts. The question in all the part-I ( Section-A to D) will be “OBJECTIVE TYPE WITH MULTIPLE CHOICE”. Each section will be consisting of 50 questions carrying one mark each for right answer. A candidate obtaining qualifying percentage out of total 200 marks shall be considered as qualified for next stage. The aggregate qualifying marks will be 40% for General category and 35% for SC/ST/OBC candidates i.e. 80 Marks for General Candidates and 70 Marks for SC/ST/OBC out of 200 marks in part-I of written test.

Note: 2 Part-II will consist of descriptive manner consisting of two questions i.e Essay writing of 15 marks which is to be written in about 150 words in Hindi or English and letter writing of 10 marks which is to be written in about 100 words in Hindi or English (Total 25 marks). Marks obtained by candidates in Part-II will be added in final merit list. Part-II will not have minimum qualifying marks. Procedure for assessment of descriptive paper will be as under :

Essay writing ( 15 marks)
Content – 05 marks
Coherence/Relevancy- 05 marks
Accuracy – 05 marks
Letter writing ( 10 marks)
Format – 03 marks
Content – 04 marks
Accuracy – 03 marks

Note: 3 Part-II will be attempted either in Hindi or in English language only.

Note: 4 Final merit list will be drawn on the basis of marks obtained in Part-I and Part-II which is of 225 marks.

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