RPF Constable SI Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2022 RPF Constable Exam is divided into four parts which are Computer Based Test, Physical Efficiency Test, Physical Measurement Test, Medical Examination, Document Verification and Interview. There is no such change in the pattern of the RPF Constable Exam although some new regulations maintaining the Covid protocol will be implemented from 2022.
The selection of candidates for RPF Recruitment is done through Computer Based Test (CBT), followed by Physical Measurement Test (PMT), Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Document Verification (DV). You can check the exam pattern below.
- Computer Based Test (CBT)
- Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
- Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
- Document Verification (DV)
Phase I Computer Based Test (CBT)
The Computer Based Test (CBT) consists of questions on Arithmetic, Reasoning, and General Awareness. The total marks allotted for the exam is 120 and the time duration is 90 minutes.
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- The exam will be an online-based examination (CBT).
- It will consist of three different subjects namely General Awareness, General Intelligence and Reasoning, and Arithmetic.
- There will be a total of 120 questions with a total of 120 marks.
- The exam duration will be 1 hour 30 minutes. (90 Minutes)
- Each question will weigh 1 mark.
- The examination also has a negative marking of ⅓ for each wrong answer given by the candidate.
Note: Candidates can opt for any language of their choice from the given options which are English, Hindi, Urdu, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Konkani Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Assamese and Manipuri.
RPF Constable General Awareness Syllabus
This section has the most weightage (50 marks) in the CBT exam. Your knowledge regarding current affairs, news, politics, history, geography, etc. will be tested through this section. Here is the complete list of topics important for the General Awareness Section.
- Current affairs
- Events and developments in our society
- Indian History
- Art & Culture
- General Polity
- Indian Constitution
- General Science
RPF Constable Arithmetic Syllabus
The second section in this exam is the Arithmetics section which deals with mathematical questions at large. You have to practice various types of arithmetical questions as 35 marks are available in this section. Hence, start solving as many problems from the topics given below for RPF Constable Arithmetic Syllabus.
- Number systems
- Whole numbers
- Decimal and Fractions
- Relationships between numbers
- Fundamental Arithmetical Operations
- Ratio and Proportion
- Profit and Loss
- Use of table & graphs
- Time & Distance
- Ratio & Proportion
RPF Constable General Intelligence & Reasoning Syllabus
The third and final section of the RPF constable syllabus consists of 35 objective questions for a total of 35 marks. In this section, each candidate’s mental ability and intelligence is tested through various topics such as logical thinking, analytical skills, reasoning, etc. You have to study each of the following topics properly to attain good marks in this section.
- Spatial Visualization
- Spatial Orientation
- Problem Solving Analysis
- Decision Making
- Visual Memory
- Similarities & Differences
- Discriminating Observation
- Relationship Concepts
- Arithmetical Reasoning
- Classification of Verbal & Figure
- Arithmetic Number Series
- Syllogistic Reasoning
- Non-Verbal Series
- Coding & Decoding
- Statement Conclusion
RPF Constable Phase II
In this phase, students must go through the Physical Efficiency Test and Physical Measurement Test. The students must pass the tests conducted by the Railway Protection Security Force. The height of the candidates both male and female are checked according to the requirements. No marks are allocated in this phase. But the students must meet the required measurements and pass the tests. The chest and height Measurements of the candidates must be as follows:
Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
RPF Constable Phase III
The candidates who qualify in the Phase I Computer Based Test and pass the PET and PMT tests are further shortlisted for the Documents Verification in phase III. Once the students are shortlisted they must attend the process for verifying with the original documents. The documents required to be submitted for the verifying process are:
- 10th Mark sheet
- Proof of age
- Caste Certificate
- Transfer Certificate
- Passport Size photographs
Salary structure for both Constable & SI is explained below
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