Delhi Police Constable Recruitment Exams (2016-17)

NAM Institute helps male & female candidates prepare for Delhi Police Recruitment exams for the post of Constable. We offer classroom coaching & tuitions for the last many years & helped our students cracking the exams in large numbers. The exams are two tier MCQ based Written Exams & Physical Standard Test (PST). Here in NAM we offer classes for Written exams only.


DPRB Announcement: Delhi Police Recruitment Board (DPRB) has advertised for 4669 Posts against Constable (Male/Female) Posts through Delhi Police Constable Bharti 2016. Here are grand opportunity for the candidates who are looking for Police Jobs in Delhi The Eligible candidates can fill up Online Form Till 10th October 2016.

Important information on Delhi Police Constable Recruitment Exam 2016-17: -
  • Online Application form Starting Date:- 10th September
  • Online Application Form Closing Date:- 10th October
  • Physical Test:- October (Expected)
  • Written Exam:- 4th March (Expected)
  • Result Announcement:- April (Expected)

Delhi Police Exam Pattern 2016-17:-
As expected large number of eligible candidates will appear in the Constable Bharti Exam of Delhi police. The interested candidates must design his or her plan meticulously before appearing in the examination.
NAM Institute furnishes all the details you can check all information which is given below:-
  • Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ's)
  • Exam Time Limit: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
  • Total No. of Questions: 100
Sr. No.	Subjects											Marks
1		General Knowledge (GK) / Current Affairs		50
2		Reasoning											35
3		Numerical Ability									15
		Total												100

Syllabus for DPRB:-

  • Syllabus for Reasoning
    >	Coding & Decoding
    >	Arithmetic Reasoning.
    >	Arithmetical Number Series.
    >	Relationship Concepts..
    >	Verbal and Figure Classification.
    >	Statement Conclusion.
    >	Non-Verbal series.
    >	Similarities & Differences.
    >	Problem Solving.
    >	Spatial Visualization.
    >	Spatial Orientation.
    >	Discrimination.
    >	Syllogistic Reasoning.
    >	Analogies
    >	Decision Making.
    >	Analysis.
    >	Judgment.
    >	Observation.
    >	Visual Memory.

  • Syllabus for General Knowledge:-
    >	Indian Constitution.
    >	Science & Technology.
    >	History.
    >	Current Affairs.
    >	Sports.
    >	Countries & Capitals
    >	Geography.
    >	Economy.
    >	Polity.
  • Syllabus for Numerical Ability:-
    >	Algebra.
    >	Geometry.
    >	Trigonometry.
    >	Arithmetic.
    >	Mensuration.
    >	Statistical Charts.