Andaman & Nicobar Police SI/ ASI Cipher/ Radio Operator Written Exam 2016

Andaman & Nicobar Police Department has issued recruitment of 30 Sub-Inspector/ ASI/ Cipher Operator/ Radio Operator Post. The written test syllabus & scheme of examination is given below.  The candidate qualify in Physical Measurement and Physical Endurance Test will undergo a written examination.

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Written Pattern & Syllabus

The Scheme, subject and syllabus for all the posts are as follows:

SUB-INSPECTOR (STATION OFFICER)

Paper Subject Marks Duration
A English 100 2 Hours
B Hindi 100 2 Hours
C General Awareness, Simple mathematics, reasoning & aptitude (objective type) 100 2 Hours
D Science (Basic Physics & Chemistry) 100 2 Hours
TOTAL 400  
Syllabus for Written Papers

Paper – A: In this paper, a candidate’s understanding of the English language, correct usage as well as writing ability would be tested. Questions on grammar, short easy, letter-writing, precis, paragraph and report writing translation etc., would be covered.

Paper – B: In this paper, a candidate’s understanding of the Hindi language, correct usage as well as writing ability would be tested. Questions on grammar, short easy, letter-writing, precis, paragraph and report writing translation etc., would be covered.

Paper – C: Questions in this paper will include general awareness as well as general intelligence and reasoning ability. Questions will be aimed at testing the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and such matters of every day observation and experience as may be expected of any educated persons. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries pertaining to history, culture geography, economics, general polity, scientific research etc. This paper will include questions on simple mathematics including those relating to the number system, decimals, fractions and relationship between numbers, fundamental arithmetical operations, percentage, ratio and proportion, averages, interest, profit and loss, discount, use of table and graphs, menstruation, time and distance, ratio and time etc. There will be questions of reasoning which will include questions on analogies, similarities and differences, spatial visualization, spatial orientation, problem­solving, analysis, judgement, decision making and visual memory.

Paper – D: Questions in this paper will be aimed at testing the candidate’s knowledge in science on physics and chemistry. In this paper, questions on physics will be on measurement, laws of motion, work, energy and power, rotational motion, gravitation, heat and thermodynamics, electrostatics, current electricity, ray optics, radio activity and questions on chemistry will be on chemical calculations, chemical reactions, acids, bases and salts, atomic structure, periodic classification, solid state, gases state, chemical bonding thermodynamics, basics concepts of organic chemistry, hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons.

RADIO OPERATOR(ASI)/ CIPHER OPERATOR (COMMON EXAM)

Paper Subject Marks Duration
I General Awareness and reasoning 50 1 Hour
II English 50 1 Hour
III Academic test (Mathematics/ Physics/ General Science) 100 1 % Hours
TOTAL 200 3 % hours
Syllabus for written papers

Paper I: In this paper, a candidate’s general knowledge on current affairs, important happenings around him/her in the country / abroad, Indian history, polity, geography, scientific research and reasoning etc. will be tested.

Paper II: In this paper, a candidate’s understanding of English language, its correct usage and Questions on grammar, usage, comprehension and any other topic would be tested to check the eligibility.

Paper III:    In this paper, a candidate’s knowledge, on simple mathematics, physics,

electronics, computers and other science subjects etc will be tested, with questions mainly of high school standard.

RADIO TECHNICIAN

Paper Subject Marks Duration
I Technical Knowledge 100 1 % hours
II English/Hindi/Maths/G.K 100 1 %hour
TOTAL 200 3 hours
Syllabus for written papers

Paper I:       In this paper, a candidate’s knowledge in Basic Electronics, Digital

Electronics, Power Electronics, Communication Systems, Radio waves, Antenna, basic computer, A.C theory and Microwave Engineering etc. will be tested.

Paper II: In this paper, a candidate’s understanding of English language, its correct usage and Questions on grammar, simple mathematics, reasoning, general knowledge & Hindi languages etc. will be tested.

Only those candidates who obtain aggregate of 40% or more marks will be considered qualified in the written test.

The final list of the selected candidates, in order of merit, will be prepared by adding the aggregate scores obtained by candidates in the written test. The list of selected candidates shall be declared based on merit and number of vacancies notified/existing. The final allocation for the said vacancies of Sub-Inspector (Station Officer)/Radio Operator(ASI)/Cipher operator/Radio Technician would be on the basis of merit list, technical educational qualifications and priorities indicated by the candidates in the online application form for Sub-Inspector (Station Officer)/Radio operator(ASI)/Cipher Operator/Radio Technician.

MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Successful candidates shall be subjected to medical examination as given below:

  1. Minimum distant vision should be 6/6 and 6/9 of two eyes without correction i.e. without wearing glasses. The candidates should not have colour blindness.
  2. The candidate must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein, squint eyes, bow legs, inability to flex the fingers properly or any other obvious deformities.
  3. Candidate must be in good mental and physical health and free from any physical defects likely to interfere with the efficient performance of police duties.
  4. Every candidate shall have to go through a medical examination by GB Pant Hospital Port Blair before appointment.

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