The Delhi Police Constable exam on 7 December held successfully at exam centres at exam centres in Delhi-NCR and Chandigarh zone. Many students said that the December 7, held shift 1 overall paper was of easy level and anyone with basic preprarion could crack the exam.
Over 2.4 lakh candidates from all over the country appeared for the Delhi Police Constable exam. We spoke to the studetns from the city to know their opinions regarding the exam. A student who gave the exam at the Peeragarhi centre says,- "I had taken a break to prepare for the Delhi Police examination, because i knew that after Lockdown inflicted due to Covid19, there would be a proper preparation required.
The Numerical Ability section was as tough as in previous shifts. But the General Knowledge and Reasoning sections were too easy. Overall the paper was a notch easier than the previous shifts. I am anticipating to score around 70 percent marks at least". Another candidate on being asked say- "I feel this shift paper was average. If you ask me the difficulty level on a scale of 10m I wold say the 7".
Amit Kumar, a student of Computer Lab 2, who also wrote the exam says- " Comparing last shift's paper, I was expecting it to be more difficult than previous shifts. But to my surprise, I found it to be almost easier comparatively. The exam has four section- General Reasoning, Numerical Ability, General Knowledge, and Computer Applications.
Analysing the shift 1 paper, it is reported that the pattern of the morning shift paper was very much on the lines of last year. The number of questions from all four sections remained the same as being asked in other shifts.
Analysing the shift 1 paper, it is reported that the pattern of the morning shift paper was very much on the lines of last year. The number of questions from all four sections remained the same as being asked in other shifts. Thi have come as a huge sigh of relief for all aspirants as the conducting Delhi Police had not disclosed the Answer key. However, the resemblance to Online computer based exam ended here. The overall refrain was that the exam was 'challenging' and would have required the best efforts from every aspirant.
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Afternoon Shift- The pattern of the afternoon shift of Delhi Police Constable (Exe.) computer based test would be the same as in the Morning shift and very much on the lines of pattern defined by SSC. There were no surprises in the paper in terms of the pattern - the number of questions across the all four sections remained the same as that of last shift.
While students were divided on the difficulty level of the shift 2 exam many feel that it was a notch above the last year's section many feel that it was a notch above the last year's section. The overall refrain from the first slot that the exam would be 'difficult', seems not to be applicable in this section.
Part A- General Knowledge- Question level- Easy to Moderate
Part B- Reasoning- Questions Level- Easy
Part C- Numerical Ability- Moderate to Difficult
Part D- Computer Fundamentals- Easy to Moderate