A Police sub-inspector (SI) is generally in command of few police personnel (with head constables, the equivalent of corporals, commanding police outposts). He is the lowest ranked officer who under Indian Police rules and regulations can file a charge sheet in court, and is usually the first investigating officer. Officers subordinate to him cannot file charge sheets, but can only investigate cases on his behalf. Most sub-inspectors are directly recruited into the police and have better educational qualifications than lower-ranking police officers. The rank insignia for a sub-inspector is two (five point) stars, and a red and blue striped ribbon at the outer end of the shoulder straps. This is similar to the insignia of a subedar in the Indian Army. Sub inspector job is a very responsible job because some of police station a Sub inspector is a fully in charge of thana.
Madhya Pradesh Vyavsayik pariksha mandal, Bhopal is now going to publish official advertisement and notification for the recruitment of MP Police Sub inspector posts for Police department of MP. This time it’s expected that posts of Sub inspector will be more then 800 posts. Its expected that there will be few posts of Subedar, Platoon Commander etc. selection of the eligible candidates will be based on the written exam, medical fitness test and interview test. It’s expected that officially notification of MP police will be publish at the official website of MP vyapam in this month Completed eligibility criteria will be published with official notification but we would like to inform you about basic details of MP police Sub inspector vacancy 2013-14.
All graduate candidates from any recognized university can fill application for Sub Inspector posts.
Physical Standards for MP Police Sub inspector recruitment will be as are follows-
Height male: 167.5 CM or above, Female 152.4 CM of above.
Chest Male: 81 CM with Expend 86 CM.
Selection process and procedure: recruitment process will be include 3 process. Which written exam, Physical test and Interview test.
Age limit: all graduate candidates of 21 to 28 can fill application form .
How to apply: if you hold all the eligibility criteria then you can apply at the official website of MP Vyapam which is www.vyapam.nic.in
MP Sub inspector Written Examination Consists of two Papers.
Paper 1 is of General Studies and Paper 2 Includes Hindi and English Language. Each Paper Consists 100 multiple choice questions. In Paper two 100 question are divided in 2 Groups. 70 questions for Hindi language and 30 questions for English language.
How to study-The examinees have to simultaneously adopt both extensive and intensive preparation strategies. There are certain areas that require intensive preparation like Indian economy, Indian polity, Indian geography, international politics and science and technology. Likewise there are areas like world geography, ancient India and medieval India that warrant only an extensive and rather superficial preparation as the questions here are not expected to be intellectually profound. The test consists of only multiple choice questions and the choices are closely interrelated. The students may miss the wood for the trees as at times more than one answer is seemingly apposite. Only a thorough preparation will enable them to sail through. An ideal preparation comprises subjective study of source materials followed by regular working out of objective question papers.
The students should have a good command over English and Hindi to have better prospects in the in the Hindi-English paper. The Hindi-English paper seems to either primarily or predominantly examine the powers of comprehension and communication of the candidates in Hindi-English language and therefore mastery in Hindi-English including vocabulary building needs to be given special priority.
A strong emphasis on current affairs is indispensable in any sound preparation as questions in all major sections are asked mainly in the domain of contemporary issues. Reading the same materials repeatedly reiterates and reinforces the lessons in the minds of the candidates.
Some important tips for preparation-
- read the directions for the whole test and each subsection.
- Note the number of items and figure out how much time you have to answer each one, infact. Divide questions in groups(e.g. 100 questions divided in 4 groups of 25 question each and plan time for group of these 25 questions). Answer the easy items first to get the maximum number of points. One good approach is to go on answering all questions in first go. If some question is taking more time or if you are not sure then mark it and come to it after your finish first round. Don’t waste time in such questions or you can miss easy questions. Change your answer only if you have reason to do so; research indicates that in 3 out of 4 times your first choice was probably correct. Return to questions you couldn't answer initially and try them again. Don't waste time reviewing answers of which you are confident are correct. Notes making is a very good practice. Make notes short and concise Maintain formulas, shortcuts and tips/tricks in notes Every field of study has its own vocabulary, so identify words and terms used to represent specific concepts. Maintain them in your notes. Sometimes objective questions can be used to test your ability to distinguish concepts, ideas, theories, events, facts from each other. Construct diagrams, charts, tables or lists to summarize relationships.
As far as resource materials are concerned the aspirants ought to concentrate on Madhya Pradesh Police sub-inspector Examination Notes. They are very useful for your preparation. The Price of the notes is 750 Rs. Notes are Prepared in the guidance of Dr. J.L. Bhandari. MPGK Based monthly magazine ‘Pratiyogita Nirdeshika’ is very useful to crack this prestigious Examination.
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