RPF – RPSF Sub Inspector (SI) Recruitment 2017 Eligibility / RPF – RPSF Sub Inspector (SI) Notification 2017 Apply Online / RPF – RPSF Sub Inspector (SI) Recruitment Notification 2017 / RPF – RPSF Sub Inspector (SI) Recruitment 2017 Eligibility Criteria for nwr.indianrailways.gov.in
Name of The Post
Sub Inspector (SI)
Citizenship – The applicant must be a citizen of India
Age Limit – The applicant must not be less than 20 years and not more than 25 years
Education Qualification – The applicant must have passed the Graduation or equivalent examination conducted by a recognized University. Educational qualification obtained from institutions other than a recognized University should be submitted along with the Government of India notification declaring that such educational qualification is equivalent to Graduation for employment under Central Government.
Methods of Recruitment – Recruitment will be made based on the performance of the eligible applicants in a Written Examination, Physical Efficiency Test, Physical Measurement, Viva-Voce Test, Bonus Marks, if any, obtained and Documents Verification. Written Exams will be held first and only those who obtain the prescribed minimum marks will be called for Physical Efficiency Test & physical measurement.
Written Examination – The Written Examination will consist of 120 multiple choice objective type questions of one mark each and shall be of 90 minutes’ duration. The question paper will carry 120 as maximum marks. The question paper will consist of 35 questions on General Intelligence & Reasoning (35 Marks), 35 questions on Arithmetic (35 Marks) and 50 questions on General Awareness (50 Marks). Candidates will be required to answer all the questions. Each correct answer will be awarded 1(one) mark and 0.25 mark will be deducted for 1 (one) incorrect answer. No mark shall be awarded or deducted for questions not attempted
Physical Efficiency Test (PET) & Physical Measurement – Only those applicants who qualify in the Written Examination shall be called for PET and Physical Measurement. The manner in which the candidates are to be called and the number of candidates to be called for PET and Physical Measurement will be decided in such a way that candidates, to the extent of three times the number of notified vacancies in each category, are selected purely on the basis of merit to appear for viva-voce and documents verification. PET will consist of the events as given below in the table. A candidate has to qualify in all the events to be declared qualified in PET. The PET will be qualifying in nature. The minimum qualifying standard for each event is specified as under
Medical Examination – The applicants who are finally selected will be sent for a medical examination at a Railway Hospital. They will have to qualify in medical category ‘B-1’ as prescribed in Indian Railway Medical Manual. Those wearing glasses or having flat foot, knock-knee, squint eye, colour blindness and other bodily defects are not eligible for appointment.
Training – The candidates will have to undergo a rigorous initial training in any one of the RPF/RPSF Training Centres or any such Institution as decided by the Railway Administration in the event of their selection. The trainee cadets will be given a stipend of Rs. 9300/- + Grade Pay Rs.4200/- plus other allowances as admissible under the Railway Rules during the period of training. Passing the Final Examination at the end of the training is a must for appointment to the Force
How to Apply – The detailed instructions and application format have been notified in Employment News dated Details are also available at website www.indianrailways.gov.in or www.nwr.indianrailways.gov.in