Goa Constable Eligibility Criteria

Goa Police Constable eligibility details are as follows.

Eligibility Conditions:                       

I. Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 18 to 22 years.

(i).Age Relaxation:
(a) Relaxable for Government servants for about 5 yrs.
(b) Relaxable upto a period of 5 yrs to Home Guards who have put in a minimum of 3 yrs of service.
(c) Relaxation for Ex-Serviceman in accordance with the orders or instructions issued by the Government from time-to-time.

II. Educational Qualification: Secondary School Certificate Examination or equivalent qualification.

III. Physical Measurements:

i. For Male Candidates:
Minimum height of 168 cms.
Chest: Unexpanded – 80 cms & expanded – 85 cms.

ii. For Female Candidates:
Minimum height of 160 cms.
Weight not less than 45 kgs.

iii. For Ex-Servicemen between 30 to 40 years (Male Candidates):
Minimum height of 167 cms.
Chest: Unexpanded – 80 cms & expanded – minimum 85 cms.

iv. For Ex-Servicemen between 30 to 40 years (Female Candidates):
Minimum height of 160 cms.
Weight not less than 45 kgs.

v. For Ex-Servicemen above 40 years (Male Candidates):
Minimum height of 167 cms.
Chest: Unexpanded – 80 cms & expanded – minimum 85 cms.

vi. For Ex-Servicemen above 40 years (Female Candidates):
Minimum height of 160 cms.
Weight not less than 45 kgs.

IV. Eligibility for Sportsperson:
1. Persons who have represented State or the Country in the National or International competition in any of the Games/Sports listed below.
2. Persons who have represented their University in the Inter-University Tournaments conducted by the Inter-University Sports Board in any of these Games.
3. Persons who have represented the State School Teams in the National Sports/Games conducted by the All India School Games Federation in any of these Games/Sports.
4. Persons who have been awarded National Awards in Physical Efficiency under National Physical Efficiency Drive.

Exam Pattern: Goa Police Constable Examination will consists of Physical Measurement test, Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Written examination and Interview.

Physical Efficiency Test: The Physical Efficiency Test (PET) is a qualifying test. Candidate should undergo Physical Efficiency Test which will carry no marks but will be qualifying for further tests as follows:-

i. Male Candidates:
i. 100 metres Run in 14 seconds.
ii. Long Jump – 4.50 metres (3 chances)
iii. Shot Put (16 lbs) – 5.60 metres (3 chances)
iv. High Jump – 1.36 metres (3 chances)
v. 800 metres Run in 2.50 minutes.

ii. Female candidates:
i. 100 metres Run in 16.5 seconds.
ii. Long Jump – 3.25 metres (3 chances)
iii. Shot Put (4 kgs ) – 4.50 metres (3 chances)
iv. High Jump – 1.05 metres (3 chances)
v. 200 metres Run in 36.0 seconds.

iii. For Ex-Servicemen between 30 to 40 years (Male candidate):
i. 100 metres Run in 15 seconds.
ii. Long Jump – 4.00 metres (3 chances)
iii. Shot Put (7.26 kgs.) – 5.20 metres (3 chances)
iv. High Jump – 1.25 metres (3 chances)
v. 800 metres Run in 3.00 minutes.

iv. For Ex-Servicemen between 30 to 40 years (Female candidate):
i. 100 metres Run in 17 seconds.
ii. Long Jump – 3.5 metres (3 chances)
iii. Shot Put (7.26 kgs.) – 5.00 metres (3 chances)
iv. High Jump – 1.10 metres (3 chances)
v. 800 metres Run in 3.15 minutes.

v. For Ex-Servicemen above 40 years (Male candidate):
i. 100 metres Run in 17 seconds.
ii. Long Jump – 3.5 metres (3 chances)
iii. Shot Put (7.26 kgs.) – 5.00 metres (3 chances)
iv. High Jump – 1.10 metres (3 chances)
v. 800 metres Run in 3.15 minutes.

vi. For Ex-Servicemen above 40 years (Female candidate):
be qualifying for further tests as follows:-
i. 100 metres Run in 18.5 seconds
ii. Long Jump – 3.00 metres (3 chances)
iii. Shot Put (4 kgs.) – 4.00 metres (3 chances)
iv. High Jump – 0.90 metres (3 chances)
v. 200 metres Run in 40.0 seconds.

Written Examination: The candidates who qualify in the Physical Efficiency Test will be subjected to Written Examination of Secondary School Certificate Examination level. The Written Examination shall be of 85 marks. The distribution of these 85 marks shall be (i) General Knowledge – 25 marks (ii) General English – 25 marks (iii) Maths – 20 marks and (iv) Essay – 15 marks. Minimum passing marks in the Written Examination shall be 35%. No representation for re-evaluation of Written Examination paper or re-conduct of Written Examination will be entertained. The candidates who pass in Written Examination will be called for Oral Interview which shall be of 15 marks.
Selection Procedure: Goa Police Constable exam selection process will consists of physical measurement test, physical efficiency test, written test and interview.

Physical Measurement: Candidates should possess the physical measurements as given in notification. The candidates who are not satisfied with the decision of the Physical Measurement Boards regarding their height, weight and chest measurements, they can appeal immediately before the Appeal Board in prescribed Appeal Form available with the Appeal Board.

Physical Efficiency Test: The Physical Efficiency Test (PET) is a qualifying test. A candidate must qualify in all the events of Physical Efficiency Test like Running, Long Jump, Shot Put and High Jump. The candidate who fails in any event will be rejected at that stage only and will not be allowed to appear in the remaining events. There shall be no Appeals against disqualification in Runs, Jumps and Throws.

Written Examination: The candidates who qualify in the Physical Efficiency Test will be subjected to Written Examination of Secondary School Certificate Examination level. The Written Examination shall be of 85 marks. The distribution of these 85 marks shall be (i) General Knowledge – 25 marks (ii) General English – 25 marks (iii) Maths – 20 marks and (iv) Essay – 15 marks. Minimum passing marks in the Written Examination shall be 35%.

Oral Interview: The candidates who pass in Written Examination will be called for Oral Interview which shall be of 15 marks.

Note: The decision of the Police Department with regard to the matters connected with the recruitment will be final in all respects and the Police Department has full right to make changes or to cancel the recruitment process without assigning any reasons.

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