West Bengal Recruitment 2018 for Sub Inspector: 161 Vacancies

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West Bengal Sub-Inspector Recruitment

West Bengal Police has released 161 vacancies for Sub-Inspector/ Lady Sub-Inspector of Excise 2018. In this article, you will get all information about Exam pattern, eligibility criteria, selection procedure, etc.

Last Date for Submission of Application :  4th March 2018  (5 P.M.)

Total Number of Vacancy: 161

Pay Scale: Pay Scale of  Rs. 7,100 - 37,600/- (i.e. Pay Band-3) + Grade Pay Rs. 3,900/- plus other admissible allowances.

Age Limit:
Minimum Age: 20 years
Maximum Age: 27 years
Crucial date for determining the age limit will be 1st January 2018.

Educational Qualification:
  • The applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university or its equivalent.
  • The applicant must be able to speak, read and write in Bengali/Nepali. 
  • The competence of a candidates in Bengali/Nepali language will be tested at the Preliminary Written Test.
Application Fee:

Selection Process:
  1. Preliminary Written Examination (Qualifying In Nature)
  2. Physical Measurement Test (PMT) 
  3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  4. Final Combined Competitive Examination 
  5. Personality Test

1. Preliminary Written Test (Marks – 200)

Topics No. Of Questions Marks Duration
1 General Knowledge & Current Affairs 20 40 90 min
2 Test of Language (Bengali/Nepali) 20 40
3 English 20 40
4 Elementary Mathematics 20 40
5 Reasoning 20 40
Total 100 200

  • The Preliminary Written Examination will either be an OMR based examination or computer based on-line examination (CBT) depending on the number of applicants & other administrative factors. 
Note :- There will be NEGATIVE marking ¼th for each wrong answer.  

2. Minimum Physical Standard:

3. Must qualify the following Physical Efficiency Tests :

4.  Final Combined Competitive Examination : -
This examination consists of three papers of conventional type of question, namely : -
(i) Paper - I :
General Studies and Arithmetic for 100 marks (50 marks for General Studies, 25 marks for Logical and Analytical Reasoning and 25 marks for Arithmetic) of two hours duration;
(ii) Paper – II :
English for 50 marks of one hour duration;
(iii) Paper – III : 
Bengali/Nepali/Hindi/Urdu for 50 marks of one hour duration.

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