Assam Police Ministerial Staff Recruitment 2019 : Syllabus & Selection Process for 2000 Posts

Assam Police Ministerial Staff Recruitment
Syllabus & Selection Process




Assam Police Ministerial Staff Syllabus & Selection Process Details: Here providing syllabus and Selection Process for Assam Police Ministerial Staff Recruitment i.e. UDA-cum-Accountant, Lower Division Assistants (LDA), Bench Assistant, Typist, Data Entry Operator, Copyist, Stenographer Grade-III, Office Peon and Chowkidar Post.



1. UDA-cum-Accountant

The merit list will be prepared based on written test for 100 marks and marks awarded for experience in accounting. There will be no practical test for the posts of UDA-cum-Accountant. However, for experience in accounting will be awarded additional marks as below:-
  • Experience for 6 months or more but less than 3 years- 2 (two) marks
  • Experience for 3 years or more but less than 5 years- 3 (three) marks
  • Experience for 5 years and more- 5 (five) marks

2. Lower Division Assistants/ Bench Asstt/ Typist/ Data Entry Operator/ Copyist

(a) Written Test - 100 marks
(b) Practical Test - 50 marks


3. Stenographer (Grade-III)

(a) Written Test - 100 marks
(b) Practical Test - 50 marks
(c) Stenography Test - 50 marks


Detailed of Written Test, Practical Test & Stenography Test:

(a) Written Test: The written test will be of 100 marks and will be completely OMR based. There will be negative marking and ½ mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. The questions will be set in four parts :

(i) Logical reasoning, aptitude, 
(ii) Matters relating to History and Culture of Assam and India, 
(iii) Comprehension and 
(iv) General Knowledge and Current Affairs.


(b) Practical Test: The practical test will be of 50 marks. Components of Practical Test are as given below:

i) Spelling test on computer - (20 marks & 10 minutes): Candidates will have to correct the spelling from a given paragraph. There will be 40 incorrect words in the paragraph. 0.5 marks will be awarded for correcting a word.

ii) Typing test on computer - (20 marks & 10 minutes): Candidate will have to type a given paragraph containing 200 words. 0.1 mark for every correct word will be awarded.

iii) Online MCQ test - (10 marks & 10 minutes): There will be 20 questions for MCQ test. 0.5 marks will be awarded for each correct answer. There will be no negative marking.


(c) Stenography Test: (for Stenographer Grade-III Post)The Stenography Test will be of 50 marks. Details are given below:
  • Speed Test in shorthand at a speed of 80 words per minute (Duration 5 minutes), (400 words) (Dictation)
  • Time to be given to the candidates for testing the computer 3 Minutes.
  • Time for transcription for the dictated portion in computer 20 Minutes.
Marks for Dictation and its transcription: Candidate will have to transcribe the dictated paragraph of 400 words on computer. 0.125 mark for every correct transcribed word will be awarded.


4. Office Peon and Chowkidar

(a) Physical Fitness Test (PET) - 20 Marks
(b) Viva-Voce - 30 Marks


Detailed of Physical Fitness Test (PET) & Viva-Voce:

(a) Physical Efficiency Test for 20 Marks: There will be Physical Efficiency Test (PET) for the posts of Office Peon and Chowkidar. The biometrics of each candidate will be taken before they are allowed to appear in the PET. The PET consists of 1000 Metre long race using RFID chips and long jump. Both events will be competitive and under CC TV surveillance with recording facility. 

(b) Viva-Voce for 30 Marks: The Biometrics of the candidates taken at the time of Physical Efficiency Test (PET) will be validated before the candidates are allowed to appear in the Viva Voce (Second phase test). There will be no written test for the posts of Office Peon and Chowkidar.


Other Instructions:


1. The Biometrics of the candidates taken prior to Written Test will be validated before the candidates are allowed to appear in the Practical Test.

2. Candidates numbering only 5 times the number of posts in respect of each category (Unreserved, OBC/MOBC, SC, ST (P) & ST (H) will be called for Practical Test on merit. 

3. If there are candidates scoring the same marks in Written Test as the last candidate selected for Practical Test by the 5 times formula in a particular case, the candidates scoring the same marks will also be called for Practical Test, and therefore the number may exceed the 5 times to that extent for that particular case and category only.

4. All the original documents along with a set of photostat copies of the documents will be checked before the qualified candidate is allowed to appear in the Practical Test.