SSC Delhi Police Sub Inspector Physical Test 2018-SI Selection List

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) recently posted an open competitive Computer Based Examination for Recruitment of Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Assistant Sub Inspectors in CISF to hire more than 1300 post for central govt job seekers. The new SSC Delhi Police Sub Inspector Physical Test 2018, Delhi Police Sub inspector CBT Exam 2018-19 Pattern, Selection Procedure, Syllabus, Physical Test SI Selection List, Medical test requirement details updated here.

SSC Delhi Police Sub Inspector Physical Test 2018

Physical Standard Test (PST) and Physical Endurance Test (PET):

11(A)   Physical Standard Test (for all Posts):

Category of candidates
Height (in cms)
Chest  (in cms )
(i) For male candidates only (General)
For candidates belonging to Hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon, Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K, North-Eastern States and Sikkim
For all candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes
(ii)  For Female candidates only (General)
For candidates belonging to Hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon, Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K, North-Eastern States and Sikkim
For  all  candidates  belonging  to  Scheduled Tribe

Physical  Endurance Test (PET) (For all posts)
(i)           For male candidates only:
a)      100 meters race in 16 seconds
b)      1.6 Kms race in 6.5 minutes
c)      Long Jump :  3.65 metres in 3 chances
d)     High Jump : 1.2 metres in 3 chances
e)      Shot put (16 Lbs): 4.5 metres in 3 chance

(ii)         For female candidates only:

a)      100 metres race in 18 seconds
b)      800 metres race in 4 minutes
c)      Long Jump: 2.7 metres in 3 chances.
d)     High Jump: 0.9 metres in 3 chances.


1.      There shall be no minimum requirement of chest measurement for Female candidates.
2.      Relaxation in height and chest (as the case may be) as mentioned above will be permissible only on production of certificate in the Performa as prescribed in Annexure-VIII from the competent authorities of the District where they ordinarily reside(s).
3.      “The relaxation in physical standards (height/ chest) once granted at the time of initial appointment in Delhi Police will hold good till the individual concerned remains in Delhi Police.”
4.      Those candidates who are declared not qualified in Physical Standards, i.e. height and chest, may prefer an

appeal, if they so desire, to the appellate authority present on the PET/ PST ground. The decision of the appellate authority will be final and no further appeal or representation in this regard will be entertained.

11(C) Weight: Corresponding to height for all posts.

Medical standard (For all posts)

Eye sight: The minimum near vision should be N6 (better eye) and N9 (worse eye). The minimum distant vision should be 6/6 (better eye) and 6/9 (worse eye). In right handed person, the right eye is better eye and vice versa. The standards should be without visual correction of any kind even by glasses.

The candidate must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint in eyes. They must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of the duties.

Note-I: Physical endurance test will not carry any marks but will be of qualifying/ elimination nature.

Note-II: Ex-Servicemen applying for the posts are not required to undergo PET. However, all Ex-Servicemen are required to pass the written test and fulfill the physical standards prescribed for direct recruits for recruitment of Sub Inspector/ Assistant Sub-Inspector, as the case may be. They should also pass the medical standards prescribed for direct recruits.

Note-III: The candidature of female candidates who are pregnant at the time of Physical Endurance Test will be rejected as they cannot undergo PET.  No appeal/ representation will be entertained against such rejection.

Note-IV: Medical Examination All the candidates who qualify in Paper-II will be medically examined by the Medical Officer of the CAPFs or any other Medical Officer or Assistant Surgeon belonging to Grade I of any Central/ State Govt. Hospital or Dispensary. Candidates, who are found to be unfit, will be informed of the position and they can make an appeal before Review Medical Board within the prescribed time limit of 15 days. Decision of Re-Medical Board/ Review Medical Board will be final and no appeal/ representation against the decision of the Re-Medical Board/ Review Medical Board will be entertained.

Finally selected candidates for the posts of Sub-Inspector and Assistant Sub-Inspector would, as part of training curriculum, have to pass seven obstacle events as mentioned below, failing which they may not be retained in the Force:
i)                        Jumping over the Vertical Board;
ii)                      Holding the rope on jumping from the Board.
iii)                    Tarzan Swing;
iv)                    Jumping on the Horizontal Board;
v)                      Parallel Rope;
vi)                    Monkey Crawl;
vii)                  Vertical Rope.

11 (E) Tattoo: It is noticed that during medical examination, the candidates having tattoos‟ in various parts of their body are appearing for medical examination. In this regard, Ministry of Home Affairs vide its letters No.I-45020/7/2012/Pers-II dated 12.01.2017 and 30-01-2017 issued the following guidelines regarding candidates having tattoos applying for SI in Delhi Police, CAPFs and CISF examination:-
(i)                 Content: Being a secular country, the religious sentiments of our countrymen are to be respected and thus, tattoo depicting religious symbol or figures and the name, as followed in Indian Army are to be permitted.
(ii)               Location: Tattoos marked on traditional sites of the body like inner aspect of forearm but only left forearm, being non saluting limb or dorsum of the hands are to be allowed.
(iii)           Size: Size must be less than ¼ of the particular part (Elbow or Hand) of the body. For Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police, above clauses on tattoo are not applicable.

 Mode of Selection:

(i)                 On the basis of their performance in Paper-I, candidates will be shortlisted for appearing in PET/ PST Examination. The Commission shall have the discretion to fix different minimum qualifying marks in each part of Paper-I taking into consideration among others, category-wise vacancies and category-wise number of candidates.
(ii)               Only those candidates who qualified in PET/ PST Examination will be allowed to appear in Paper- II Examination. PET/ PST are mandatory but qualifying in nature. Ex-Servicemen are not required to undergo PET.
(iii)             On the basis of their performance in Paper-I+Paper-II, candidates will be shortlisted for appearing in Medical Examination. Candidates, who are successful in Medical Examination, will be called for detailed Document Verification.
(iv)             All shortlisted candidates are required to come for Document Verification. Those failing to do so will not be considered for final selection. Candidates are required to submit all documents in original for verification at the time of Document Verification.
(v)               Final selection will be made on the basis of aggregate marks scored by candidates in Paper- I+Paper-II. Allocation of candidates to various User Departments/ Forces will be made based on their merit position and the preference of posts exercised by them at the time of Document Verification.
(vi)             SC, ST, OBC and Ex-servicemen candidates, who are selected on the same standard as applied to general candidates, will not be adjusted against the reserved vacancies. Such candidates will be accommodated against the general/ unreserved vacancies as per their position in the overall Merit List or vacancies earmarked for their category, whichever is advantageous to them. The reserved vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible SC, ST, OBC, Ex-servicemen candidates.
(vii)           An SC, ST, OBC and Ex-serviceman candidate, who qualifies on the basis of relaxed standards viz. age limit, experience, qualifications, permitted number of chances in examination, extended zone of consideration larger than what is provided for general category candidates, etc is to be counted against reserved vacancies. Such candidates would be deemed as unavailable for consideration against unreserved vacancies.
(viii)         To fill up all the vacancies in reserved categories, candidates may also be recommended at the relaxed standards.
(ix)             The benefit of age-relaxation as admissible for ex-servicemen will not be termed as relaxed standards in regard to age.
(x)               Success in the examination confers no right to appointment unless government is satisfied after such enquiry as may be considered necessary that the candidate is suitable in all respects for appointment to the service/ post.
(xi)             The candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for admission to the examination. Their admission at all the stages of examination will be purely provisional, subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. If, on verification, at any time, it is found that they do not fulfill any of the eligibility conditions, their candidature for the examination will be cancelled by the Commission.
(xii)           Candidates, who are appointed on the basis of this examination, shall be on probation for a period of two years and during the period of probation, the candidates would be required to undergo such training or pass such examinations as prescribed by the Controlling Authority. On successful completion of the period of probation, the candidates shall, if considered fit for permanent appointment, be confirmed to their post by the Controlling Authority.

  Resolution of tie cases:

In cases where more than one candidate secure the equal aggregates marks, tie will be resolved by applying the following methods one after another:
(i)      Total marks in Paper-I and Paper-II.
(ii)    Total marks in Paper-I.
(iii)  Total marks in Paper-II
(iv)  Date of birth, with older candidates placed higher.

(v)    Alphabetical order in the first names of the candidates.

SSC Delhi Police SI 2018 CBT Exam Selection Process

There are three round of exam to get Offer letter from  SSC as follows
Online Computer Based Test (Written Exam) Paper-I- 200 marks
Paper II- 200 Marks
Physical  Endurance Test (PET)
Medical Test

The selection process for online exam the post of  SSC Delhi Police SI Exam will be as follows:

SSC Delhi Police SI Recruitment 2018-2019 details:

Description Details
Name SSC Online
Name of the Post Sub Inspector (Executive) - (Male/ Female) in Delhi Police
Apply From 03 March 2018
Last Date 02nd April 2018
Job Location All Over India

SSC Delhi Police SI Exam 2018 Minimum Qualifying Marks

The candidates should get minimum qualifying marks in the written test of CBT Paper I exam and it follows as :
OC : 70% (170+ marks)
BC : 65% (165 marks)
SC/ST : 60% (144 marks)

 The sample SSC Delhi Police SI CBT Exam 2018 Recruitment model paper PDF and online written exam paper will update soon.

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