Every year Staff Selection Commission of government of India notifies for vacancies in various central government police organizations in India. From the popular Combined Graduate Level Examination, SSC recruits sub inspectors for Central Bureau of Investigation whereas from SI in Delhi Police and other Central Police Organizations, SSC recruits sub inspectors of police in Delhi Police as well as Central Armed Police Force, Central Industrial Security Force, Border Security Force, Indo-Tibetan Police Force, Central Reserve Police Force, Sasathra Sima Bal etc. For all these posts, there are physical standards to be maintained by the aspiring candidates as the concerned organizations test the physical efficiency of the candidates through Physical Efficiency Tests (PET).
For, Sub Inspector in CBI, the minimum physical requirements is:
For, SI in Delhi Police and Central Armed Police Force, Border Security Force, Indo-Tibetan Border Police etc as well as Assistant Sub Inspectors in Central Industrial Security Force, the minimum physical requirements is:
Now, the next question that arises in the minds of aspirants is how SSC or for that matter, the concerned organizations such as BSF, CISF, CAPF, CRPF etc will test the physical efficiency of the candidates? Is there any exemption provided if there is a slight deviation in physical requirements after the candidates pass the written tests for these posts?
First, let us see the physical eligibility test process for the posts as this is essential to pass for the candidates:
For males, they will have to cover 100 metres in 16 seconds, 1.6 kms race in 6.5 minutes, 3.65 metres high jump in 3 chances and 1.2 metres long jump in 2 chances. There is a requirement of throwing a 16 lbs shotput for 4.5 metres in 3 chances
For females, they will have to cover 100 metres in 18 seconds, 800 metres race in 4 minutes, 9 feet high jump in 3 chances and 3 feet long jump in 3 chances
The posts demand minimum physical requirements and the candidates having the prescribed standards should only apply for these posts because even after getting the job, these things will be essential to discharge one’s duties effectively
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