Delhi Police Constable 10 December Answer Key: Shift 1-3 Paper Analysis and Difficulty level explained

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the Delhi Police Constable online examination on 10th December in three shifts. Concluding the exam in three shifts Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Commission would display official Answer key. Ahead of it, an analysis of 10th December is hereby shared.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 10, 2020 12:06 IST
Delhi Police Constable 10 December Answer Key: Shift 1-3 Paper Analysis and Difficulty level explained
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The Staff Selection Commission would display Provisional Answer key for Delhi Police Constable (Executive) Male & Female written examination 2020. Commission to enable official link to view Delhi Police Constable solution key, response sheet along with the intimation on raising challenges against provisional Answer key, at ssc.nic.in. Candidates answer the 10th December held Delhi Police Constable computer-based test in shift 1/ 2 or 3, have a look at the paper analysis.

SSC on Thursday conducts Computer Based test for the post of Constable Executive, in Delhi Police. The examination was organized successfully at allotted exam centres in Delhi-NCR and Chandigarh zone. Examination has been conducted successfully in Morning shift starting at 9:30 am and lasted at 11:00 am.

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In computer based test, a total 100 multiple-choice based questions were asked from the candidates to answer. The Staff Selection Commission conducted on the 10th date of December 2020 in Forenoon / afternoon and evening sessions, the Computer Based Examination for Constable (Executive) Male and Female in Delhi Police - 2020 consisting of four tests sections comprising objective - type 100 multiple choice questions for aggregate 100 marks.

Delhi Police 10 December Shift-wise Analysis

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The Commission conducts Constable (Exec) Male and Female in Delhi Police consists of 04 Parts with Matriculate Level MCQs of Difficulty Level. Part-A: General Knowledge / Current Affairs; Part -B: Reasoning; Part-C: Numerical Ability and Part D: Computer Fundamentals, MS Excel, MS Word, Communication, Internet, WWW and Web Browsers etc. Part-A: comprises 50 Multiple Choice Questions for 50 Marks, Part-B comprises Objective-Type 25 MCQs for 50 Marks. Part-C contains 15 MCQs for 15 Marks and Part-D comprises 10 Multiple Choice Questions for 10 Marks