CRPF Exam Syllabus 2016 Question Paper Pattern 2017

CRPF Exam Syllabus 2016

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CRPF Exam Syllabus 2016 Constable GD Pattern Paper-1st Syllabus:
  1. General Knowledge and Current Affairs
  2. Knowledge of Elementary Mathematics
  3. Analytical Aptitude
  4. Basic Knowledge of the candidate in English & Hindi
There are total four stages, the CRPF applicants 2016  will have to go through via (Stage wise)

1) CRPF Physical Standard Test (PST) Height – 170 cm (Male) and 157 cm (Female) Chest – Unexpanded 80 cm for male only Weight – Proportionate to height and age as per the Medical Standards

2) CRPF Physical Efficiency Test (PET) – Race – 5 Km in 24 Minutes (Male) and 1. 6 Km in 8 ½ Minutes (Female) For Ladakh (Race) – 1 Mile in 6 ½ Minutes (Male) and 800 m in 4 Minutes (Female)

3) CRPF Written Examination– The duration of the examination will be 2 hours with total 100 Multiple Choice Questions – 1) General Awareness and  Knowledge 2) Elementary Maths 3) Analytical Aptitude 4) observe & distinguish patterns 5) Basic in English and Hindi

4) CRPF Medical Examination  the test of Vision, Refraction, Color Vision, Visual Acuity Unaided, Uncorrected Visual Acuity etc.

Type of CRPF Questions paper 1: Multiple or objective Choice Questions
  1. Total Number of Questions: 50
  2. Total Marks Allotted: 100
  3. Duration of Exam: 120 Minutes/ 2 Hours 

Question Paper-2nd Syllabus:

Respective Trade Test - 50 Questions - 50 Marks Maximum, the question will be asked related to the post applied such as Driver and other are

  1. Fitter
  2. Bugler
  3. Tailor
  4. Carpenter
  5. Painter
  6. Gardener
  7. Brass Band
  8. Barber
  9. Pipe Band
  10. Water Carrier
  11. Safai Karamchari
  12. Washer man and Women
  13. Hair Dresser respectively

The minimum qualifying marks for all the unreserved/ ex-servicemen candidates is 35% and i.e. 80 Marks for General Candidates and 70 Marks for SC/ST/OBC candidates respectively.

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CRPF syllabus 2016 model question on current gk

1 India's swashbuckling opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan has been named as one of the Five Cricketers of the Year, an honour dating back to 1889, by Wisden for his performance in 2013.

2 In a bid to diversify portfolio, state-owned gas utility GAIL India Ltd has imported its first shipload of LNG at rival Royal Dutch Shell's Hazira terminal in Gujarat.

3 Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, who quit international cricket last year after an illustrious 24-year long career, adorned the covers of the 151st edition of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.

4 Reliance Power's equipment for the fourth unit of its Sasan ultra mega power project in Madhya Pradesh has started functioning.

5 Just hours after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, wrestling legend Ultimate Warrior died at the age of 54 after collapsing in front of his hotel room in Arizona.

6 Singer-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham is reportedly going to become an ambassador for United Nations campaign UNAIDS.

7 China has approved Microsoft's purchase of Nokia's devices and services business subject to certain conditions.

8 The navies of India and Thailand successfully concluded joint exercises during the 18th Coordinated Patrol (CORPAT).

9 India has submitted its latest national report on safety status of its atomic power plants and its nuclear safety review and regulatory system at the Convention of Nuclear Safety at Vienna.

10 Oil regulator PNGRB plans to hire consultants to advise it on fixing the margin that natural gas marketers such as Reliance Industries and GAIL India can charge from urea manufacturers and LPG plants.

Govt moots compulsory 25-yr power purchase pacts for new projects
The Government has proposed mandatory efficiency rate for electricity generation as well as 25-year long purchase pacts for developers planning to bid for future coal-fired projects. The Ministry has also mooted evaluation of bids to be based only on “non-biddable pre-specified Station Heat Rate (SHR)”.This criteria would be applicable for Case I (where developer is free to chose location and fuel) and Case II (where location is specified) bidding. SHR indicates the efficiency of a power plant and lower the rate, higher would be the electricity generation. Another proposal is to make it compulsory for project developers to sign 25-year long Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with procurers. The country is expected to have new capacity of over 80,000 MW in the 12th Five Year Plan (2012-17), with majority coming from private sector.

Dennis Lillee passes the baton to Glenn McGrath
Dennis Lillee, considered by many to be the most complete pace bowler of all time, handed over the cricket-ball topped baton to Glenn McGrath, the most successful Test fast bowler. One legendary Australian scalp-hunter had taken over from the other. McGrath will now assume the position of the Director at the MRF Pace Foundation. The occasion was special it was the silver jubilee of the Foundation that has grown, evolved and put Indian pace-bowling at centre-stage. These 25 years also witnessed a change in the country’s mind-set about pace bowling. Mr. K.M. Mammen, Chairman and Managing Director, MRF, said McGrath was the ideal replacement for Lillee. K.M. Mammen said, the MRF Pace Foundation, over the years, had given India several prominent pacemen such as Javagal Srinath, Venkatesh Prasad, Zaheer Khan, S. Sreesanth and Irfan Pathan.

India lifts Nehru Cup after shootout
It was the nerves of the penalty shootout which decided the winner of the Nehru Cup. India beat Cameroon in the shoot out after the full time ended 2-2. With Indians, the first to get a shot, being on target all the five times, the final Cameroon kick hit the pole to spark the celebrations. A penalty came its way in the 79th minute when Chetri, even as he lost control, was hacked by substitute goalkeeper Nkesi Hosea. Cameroon paid for its slackness in defence and Chetri scored to level the scores.

One-race ban for Grosjean
Frenchman Romain Grosjean was given a one-race ban and fined 50,000 euros for causing the first corner crash that turned into a multi-car pile-up on the opening lap of the Belgian GP. After a thrilling race marred by the wild driving of both Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado, the Venezuelan was also punished for his part in the chaos by being given a ten-places grid penalty at the Italian Grand Prix.

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