AP Police SI Syllabus 2020: The Andhra Pradesh State Level Police Recruitment Board will conduct the recruitment for 11,356 vacancies of constables and 340 Vacancies of Sub Inspector (SI) in the year 2020. The official notification is expected to be released by the Board in the upcoming months. The last time recruitment was made for the post of Andhra Pradesh Police was in 2018. Therefore, on the basis of the previous year’s recruitment, check out the Andhra Pradesh Police SI Exam Pattern and Syllabus. The changes will be updated after the official notification is released.
AP Police SI Syllabus
AP Police SI Syllabus is discussed here in detail. The AP Police SI Exam comprises the following three stages:
- Preliminary Written Test
- Physical Measurement Test or PMT
- Physical Efficiency Test or PET
- Final Written Examination
The Prelims Test is of Objective type. The PMT and PET are to test the physical ability and endurance of the candidates. The Final Written Test will be of Descriptive Type Test.
AP Police SI Exam Pattern For Prelims
The AP Police SI Exam Prelims Pattern is discussed here. This is the screening round. Candidates who qualify this round will have to appear for the next stage. It consists of two papers each of a duration of three hours. The total marks is 200.
|Paper||Subject||Type of Question||Marks||Duration|
|I||Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning /
|II||General Studies||Objective||100||3 hours|
AP Police SI Syllabus For Prelims
The candidates clearing the Prelims will have to appear for the Physical Measurement Test. The AP Police Prelims Exam will have 2 Papers Objective in nature. The two papers are
- Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning /Mental Ability
- General Ability
The syllabus for the AP Police SI Prelims Exam is given below.
AP Police SI Syllabus For Paper I
AP Police SI Syllabus For Paper II
Paper II consists of 100 MCQ’s for a duration of 3 hours. The syllabus for Paper II General Studies is given below.
- Current Affairs
- Awards and Honours
- General Science: Physics, Chemistry, Zoology & Botany
- History: Ancient, Medieval & Modern History
- Geography of India with the main emphasis on the geography of Andhra Pradesh
- Indian Polity and Economy
AP Police SI Physical Measurement Test
The candidates who will clear the Prelims Written Test will undergo the Physical Measurement Test or PET. The candidates should meet the following requirements:
|Height||Not Less Than 167.6||Not Less Than 152.5|
|Chest|| Must not be less than 86.3 cm around the chest
on full inspiration with a minimum expansion of 5 cm.
|Weight||Not Applicable||Not less than 40 kgs|
AP Police SI Physical Efficiency Test
Candidates who fulfill the above mentioned PMT will now undergo a Physical Efficiency Test. This test is done to check the physical ability of the candidates. The candidates will be evaluated on a total of 100 marks.
|Event||Qualifying Time/ Distance|
|100 meters run||15 Seconds||16.5 Seconds||18 Seconds|
|Long Jump||3.80 mtrs||3.65 mtrs||2.75 mtrs|
|1600 meters run||1600 meters run||9 Minutes 30 Sec||10 minutes 30 Sec|
AP Police SI Exam Pattern For Final Exam
The candidates who will pass each of the tests will then have to appear for the final written test. There will be four papers. The final written test will be of 400 marks each of three hours duration.
|I||English||100||3 hours each|
|III||Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning / Mental Ability||100|
Questions in Papers III & IV will be objective in nature and will be set in English, Telugu, and Urdu languages. Candidates have to answer the questions on an OMR answer sheet using a Blue/ Black Ball Point pen only. For this purpose candidates should bring Blue / Black Ball Point pens along with them.
AP Police SI Syllabus For Final Exam
The AP Police Syllabus For the Final Test will have Four Papers.
- Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning / Mental Ability
- General Studies
The total marks in this paper will be 400.
Paper I: English (Descriptive Type)
- Active and Passive Voice
- Direct and Indirect Speech
- Idioms and Provers
- Letter writing.
- Paragraph writing/report writing.
- Translation from English to Telugu etc.
Paper II: Telugu (Descriptive Test)
- Comprehension and Précis
- Letter writing
- Paragraph writing/report writing
- Translation from Telugu to English
Paper III: Arithmetic and Test of Reasoning / Mental Ability
Arithmetic: HCF/LCM, Number System, Boats and Streams, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Time and Wages, Mensuration, Algebra, Partnership, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Average, Data Interpretation.
Reasoning: Verbal & Non-verbal, Analogy, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Direction, Problem-solving, Visual Memory Question, Paper Folding, etc
Paper IV: General Studies
This will include questions from GK. It will include static GK, Geography of India with particular emphasis on geography of Andhra Pradesh, Polity and Economy, General Science, etc.