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AP Police Constable Syllabus 2016

State Level Police Recruitment Board, Andhra Pradesh has Invited Application for the Police Constable Posts. There are many Candidate who are seeking for the AP Police Constable Exam Patter and Syllabus Details. So, Here We have provided Constable Exam Syllabus for the candidate. Because it is very important for the Candidate to have the right information about Syllabus. They should be aware of the Exam Pattern. Hence, The can prepare well for the Exam. The Details are as follows..
Post CodesPost Name
21Stipendiary Cadet Trainee (SCT) Police Constables (Civil) (Men/Women) in Police Department
22Stipendiary Cadet Trainee (SCT) Police Constables (AR) (Men/Women) in Police Department
53Warders (Male) in Prisons and Correctional Services Department
54Warders (Female) in Prisons and Correctional Services Department
25Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Police Constables (Communications) (Men&Women)
26Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Police Constables (Mechanics) (Men) in Police Transport Organization.
27Stipendiary Cadet Trainee Police Constables (Driver) (Men) in Police Transport Organization.

SELECTION PROCESS :

  1. Preliminary Written Test
  2. Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  4. Trade/Driving Test (only for Post Codes 26/27)
  5. Final Written Examination

Preliminary Written Test

for Post Codes 21, 22, 53 & 54 :
Exam Pattern :-
  • The written will be multiple choice objective type.
  • There will be a composite paper carrying 200 questions of 200 marks.
  • Time duration of test will 03:00 hours (180 minutes).
Exam Syllabus :-
  1. English
  2. Arithmetic
  3. General Science
  4. History of India, Indian culture, Indian National Movement.
  5. Indian Geography, Polity and Economy
  6. Current events of national and international importance
  7. Test of Reasoning / Mental Ability
for Post Codes 25, 26 & 27 :
No Preliminary Selection Test will be conducted.

PMT

Post CodesMenWomen
All categoriesAboriginal TribesAll categoriesAboriginal Tribes
21 & 22Height – 167.6 cms
Chest – 86.3-91.3 cms
Height – 160 cms
Chest – 80-83 cms
Height – 152.5 cms
Weight – 40 kgs
Height – 150 cms
Weight – 38 kgs
53Height – 168 cms
Chest – 87-92 cms
Height – 164 cms
Chest – 83-88 cms
54Height – 153 cms
Weight – 45 kgs
Height – 153 cms
Weight – 45 kgs
26 & 27Height – 162 cms
Chest – 84-88 cms
Height – 160 cms
Chest – 80-83 cms
25Height – 162 cms
Chest – 84-88 cms
Height – 160 cms
Chest – 80-83 cms
Height – 152.5 cms
Weight – 40 kgs
Height – 150 cms
Weight – 38 kgs

Trade Test

The candidates must qualify in the Trade Test carrying a maximum of 100marks in eight parameters mentioned below out of which at least 50 marks must be obtained.
Sr. No.SubjectMarks
1.Setting of Tappet clearance, cylinder head nut tightening in the order of sequence10
2.Rear & front hub setting usage dial gauge10
3.Clutch master Cyl./Slave Cyl./Booster Assembly10
4.Clutch disc changing and adjustment10
5.Gear box selector mechanism dismantling and assembly10
6.Feed pump assembly and injector testing10
7.King pin play adjustment (Leyland)10
8.Attending Air lock (both rotary & Inline FIP systems)10
9.Setting of valve timing and Injector timing, Plunger lift setting in Rotary FIP10
10.4 wheel brakes adjustment with manual and automatic slack adjuster10
TOTAL100

Driving Test

The candidates must qualify in the Driving Test carrying a maximum of 100marks in eight parameters mentioned below out of which at least 50 marks must be obtained.
Sr. No.SubjectMarks
1.Starting a Light Motor Vehicle such as Jeep/ Car from rest on the level up gradient and down gradient10
2.Gear changing up & down10
3.Road sense, general driving, control of vehicle in all conditions of traffic & steering control, anticipation & judgment20
4.Use of brakes, stopping, parking, reversing of vehicle10
5.Following Road Police Signals/ Traffic Signals10
6.To carry out minor repairs & to attend to breakdown problems15
7.Knowledge of Motor Vehicle Mechanism15
8.Knowledge of preventive maintenance10
TOTAL100

Final Written Exam

for Post Codes 21, 53 & 54 :
Candidates who qualify in the above shall be required to appear for the final written examination in one paper (three hours duration) for 200 marks. The syllabus is same as Preliminary Written Test.
for Post Code 22 :
Candidates who qualify in the above test shall be required to appear for the final written examination in one paper (three hours duration) for 100 marks (200 questions). The syllabus is same as Preliminary Written Test.
for Post Code 25, 26 & 27 :
Exam Pattern :-
  • The written will be multiple choice objective type.
  • There will be a composite paper carrying 200 questions of 200 marks.
  • Time duration of test will 03:00 hours (180 minutes).
Exam Syllabus :-
Communication
1. Electrical: Characteristic and Application of conductors, Insulators, Semiconductors; Construction of carbon, wire wound (linier logarithmic) resistors, thermistors potentiometers; Kircheff’s law, Ohms Law; principle of construction and special feature of simple meter, Moving iron/Moving coil meter, VTVM, Universal meter, Ohm meter and Ammeter; alternating current, A.C induced voltage, current; Faraday’s principle; lenses law of self induction; A.C generators and Fleming three finger rule, Frequency peak, average R.M.S values; Function and application of vibrators;
2. Electronics & Radio: Characteristics and Application of inductance in a tuned circuit; Coil-Concept of reactance, phase, power factor, Inductance and co-efficient of coupling; series and parallel connection of capacitor in A.C circuits, different types of capacitors and their application, basic elements of resonance circuit, parallel L.C circuit, Anti resonance circuit, tuning and current gain, construction of Transistors, Bi-polar junction devises, PNP & NPN transistors and dynamic curves, principle of FET transistors, uses of diodes as rectifiers, Half wave and Full wave rectifier circuit, Bridge rectifiers, effect of ripples, uses of filters, carrier modulation (AM and FM) Single side band, Band width, Fidelity and quality construction in the receiver, detectors, discriminators, Range of Audio and quality construction in the receiver, detectors, discriminators, Range of Audio Frequency, Necessity for amplifications like Class ‘A’ ‘B’ and ‘C’, push-pull voltage amplifier, principle of superhydrodyne receiver, frequency conversion, I.F amplification, Principle of Magnetic sound recording, magnetic tapes, magnetic heads erasing head, Television principles, Construction and working principle of Picture tube Deflection camera tube, basic T.V. System scanning synchronization composite video signal.
3. Basics of Computers: MS-Office (MS-word, EXCEL and Power point): Fundamentals of Computer Architecture, Mother board and peripherals, accessories, MS-DOS, Windows operating systems, PC assembly and software installation, networking & LAN, basics of WAN.
4. Telephone System: Basics of PSTN telephone network, Telephone instruments, EPABX, FAX, Internet telephony, GSM and CDMA phone system.
Mechanics
Introduction to Automobiles, 4 and 2 Strokes Spark Ignition Engine, Compression Ignition, Engines and working principles, Petrol and Diesel Engine Components, Valve and operating Mechanism, Cooling System, Lubricating System, Fuel system in Petrol Engine, Ignition System, Fuel Injection System in diesel engines. Intake and Exhaust System, Battery, Automotive Electricity, Alternator, Dynamo, Cut out, Fuses, Self Starter, Wiring and Electrical Accessories, Brakes, Transmission Systems, Wheel Alignment, Steering, Suspension, Mechanic Tools, Work Shop Tools, Servicing of vehicles, Check up of vehicles for Road Worthiness, Fleet Maintenance of vehicles, Safety Precautions.
Driver
Maintenance Responsibility, Drivers daily routine duty, Daily maintenance, Weekly Maintenance, Periodical Maintenance, Battery maintenance, its specific gravity, Tyres Maintenance and rotation, Fuel system, Ignition System, Lighting System, Brake System, Clutch & Transmission System, Fuel Accountability, Dash Board Instruments, Canopy and Seats Cleaning off Wind Screen and Wipers, Minor Repairs Viz. Fan Belt Replacements, Attending Wheel Punctures, Air Lock Removal, MV Act and Rules, Traffic Signals, First Aid Practice, Safety Precautions.
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