What is SSC SI ASI Exam Pattern ?: The staff Selection Commission (SSC) organizes examination for the post of Sub Inspector (SI) and Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in Delhi Police, Central Armed Force (CAPF) and Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).
Which is the SSC SI ASI Exam Pattern ?
The SSC SI ASI Examination is patterned in two types :
- Written Examination
- Physical Examination
How is the SSC SI-ASI Exam in Written Conducted ?
There are two papers, each of which has 200 questions for the same 200 marks and the duration is 2 hours for each.
Give the subjects included in the SSC SI-ASI Exam Pattern Paper 1:
In paper 1 the subjects are
- General Intelligence and reasoning
- General Knowledge and Awareness
- Quantitative Aptitude
- English Comprehension
The number of questions in all the four subjects are 50 each X 4 = 200 and similar is the mark distribution with the duration of 2 hours.
Then which is the SSC-SI-ASI Exam pattern for paper 2 ?:
The subjects in English language and comprehension having 200 questions carrying one mark each with the time of two hours.
In SSC SI-ASI Exam Pattern What is common in Paper 1 & 2 ?
The common factor here is that there are only Objective Type Multiple Choice questions in both the papers.
Check out below sketch for the the SSC SI-ASI Exam Pattern.
Please be careful for a mistakes, error or any incorrect answer, you would lose 0.25 mark per mistake.
What after paper 1 of SSC SI-ASI ?
The moment you have secured qualifying marks in Paper 1, you would be evaluated for Physical Endurance Test (PET) and Physical Efficiency Test meant for males and females.
Physical Endurance s medical examination has to be cleared to step forward.
Which are the parameters for Physical Efficiency in SSC SI-ASI Exam Pattern ?
For Men Only :
- A 100 meters race in 16 seconds.
- A 1.6 kms RACE IN 6.5 Minutes.
- 3.65 mts in 3 chances in Long Jump
- 1.2 mts in 3 chances in High Jump
- 16 LBS : 4.5 meters in 3 Chances in shot put
For Women Only :
- 100 meter race in 18 seconds
- 800 mts race in 4 minutes
- Long Jump = 2-7 mts (9 feet) in 3 chances
- High Jump – 0.9 mts (3 feet) in 3 chances.