Puducherry Police Constable (Women) exam is being conducted for the candidates who all are eligible. The details of the exam are provided below as per which the candidates make up a schedule to do the preparations. Puducherry Police Constable paper pattern & Syllabus details can help you in answering the question How to prepare for Puducherry Police Constable paper? So, once knowing the paper pattern it is easier to prepare for topics which are totally out of your box in the exam paper.
The written test is conducted for the females who will qualify in the Physical standards and Physical Efficiency tests. The questions in the written exam are of SSLC standard and so the preparations can be done accordingly.
Total Time Allotted: 2 hours for each section.
NOTE: The written test will be in English and Regional languages for the ones from Puducherry & Karaikal in Tamil, Mahe in Malayalam and for Yanam in Telugu.
Exam Sections With marks: For Part-I
- Mathematics (30)
- Physical Science (35)
- Biology & Human Physiology (35)
- History (30)
- Geography (30)
- General Knowledge and Current Events (40)
Mathematics : Number Systems, L.C.M., H.C.F., Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Simplification, Decimals, Fractions Average, Profit & Loss, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Discount, Simple & Compound Interest, Tables & Graphs
Physical Science : Electromagnetic Theory, Quantum Mechanics, Mathematical Methods of Physics, Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetic Theory, Atomic & Molecular Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Mathematical Methods of Physics, Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics, Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics, Electronics and Experimental Methods, Electronics and Experimental Methods, Nuclear and Particle Physics
General Knowledge and Current Events: Current events in National & international level, Latest development in Science and technology, political developments in India, New developments in Trade, Transport and communication, historical events, Games and Sports, National, International awards, National and International organizations, Abbreviations, Books and Authors, General Terminology, India and its Neighbors
Biology & Human Physiology: The questions are asked from Human body structure, bacteria, viral and diseases with symptoms, prevention & cure of various diseases and body parts, human habitants, living processes, plants and animals, microorganism
History: The questions are asked from important Dates and events relating to Maurya Dynasty, Buddhism and Jainism, Civilization, Vedic, Aryan and Sangam Age, Guptas and Vardakas, Pal lavas, Cholas and Pandias, Sultanate and Mughal Period, Advent of European powers specially the British.
Geography: The questions will be asked based on topics such as- Location of Major Industries, Forests and Wildlife, Earth, Motions of Earth, Rotation and Revolution, Major Ports, Crops and Minerals, Population distribution in India Structure of Earth, Natural regions of India, Weather, Monsoon and Climate, Rainfall, Natural Calamities, Indian Towns and Places, Hill Stations, National parks.
There is a Physical Efficiency Test (PET) conducted for which the details: There are 3 stages of the exam in which the candidate has to-
Stage I: 200 Meters Run 45 seconds
Stage II: Long Jump 2.75 meters
Stage III: High Jump 0.9 meters