Police Constable , Women Police Constable (Civil Police officer) Kerala PSC syllabus
In this post I would like to discuss with you the syllabus for Police Constable, police constable syllabus, Women Police Constable (Civil Police officer) Kerala PSC .
The exam will be conducted on 26, May 2018. Time: 2 pm – 3.15 pm, Reporting time : 1.30 pm. The Duration of this exam will be 75 minutes. Medium of questions is English.Total no of questions will be 100. Each right answer carries 1 mark and 1/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. i.e, For every 3 wrong answers, 1 mark will be deducted. There is no negative marks for the questions that not attended. 0 mark for the not answered question.
Kerala PSC has issued the hall ticket one month before exam, so that the candidates can generate their admit card. But, the candidates who generated admit card at the same time got the register number as continuous numbers. To prevent the misuse of this arrangement, Kerala PSC has declared that, all the generated hall tickets are made invalid and all candidates have to download their admit cards again. The admit cards will be available for download only after 6, May ,2018.
Coming Back to the syllabus. The main topics for the Police constable exam 2018 are;
Part 1: General Knowledge, Current affairs and Renaissance in Kerala
Part 2: General English
Part 3: Simple Arithmetic and Mental ability
Expected detailed Syllabus:
Part I: General Knowledge, Current Affairs & Renaissance in Kerala
Facts about Kerala:– Basic facts – Historical importance – Social, economic, and industrial
development – Geographical Facts – Physical features – Climate – Soils – Rivers – Famous sites – etc.
Facts About India:-
Geography of India – Physical features – Climate – Soils – Rivers-Hydro elctric and irrigation projects – Mineral resources and Industrial development -Famous sites – Transportation and communication in India- Basic facts related to Physical,industrial and cultural features of other States and Union Territories-etc.
History of India:- Medieval India – Revolt of 1857-causes and results-Indian National
Movement -Political social and cultural developments in freedom movement – Post
independent India- Indian Foreing Policy – etc
Five year Plans – Planning – Banking and Insurance – Central and State Rural development programmes- Social welfare programmes-
Basic facts related to – Protection of Human Rights Act 1993 – National Human Rights
Commission and issues on human rights – Right to Information Act – Information
Commissions – Laws to prevent atrocities against women and Scheduled Caste and
Scheduled Tribe – The Protection Of Civil Rights Act, 1955 – Women empowerment –
Cyber laws etc
Current Affairs (International, National):- Politics – Economics- Literature-Science- Art-
General Science and scientific phenomena – issues relating to environment – Non
conventional energy sources- crisis in the field of Agriculture and Health – developments in
science and technology – space research etc
Renaissance in Kerala
Important Events/Movements/Leaders-Brahmananda Swami Sivayogi, Chattampi Swami, Sree Narayana Guru,Vagbhatananda, Thycaud Ayya, Ayya Vaikundar, Poikayil Yohannan (Kumara Guru), Ayyankali, Pandit Karuppan, Mannathu Padmanabhan, V. T. Bhattathirippad,Dr. Palpu, Kumaranasan, Vakkom Moulavi, Blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara, Etc.
Part II: General English
A. English Grammar
1. Types of Sentences and Interchange of Sentences.
2. Different Parts of Speech.
3. Agreement of Verb and Subject.
4. Confusion of Adjectives and Adverbs.
5 Comparison of Adjectives
6. Adverbs and Position of adverbs
7. Articles – The Definite and the Indefinite Articles.
8. Uses of Primary and Model Auxiliary Verbs
9. Tag Questions
10. Infinitive and Gerunds
12. Tenses in Conditional Sentences
14. The Use of Correlatives
15. Direct and Indirect Speech
16. Active and Passive voice
17. Correction of Sentences
1. Singular & Plural, Change of Gender, Collective Nouns
2. Word formation from other words and use of prefix or suffix
3. Compound words
6. Phrasal Verbs
7. Foreign Words and Phrases
8. One Word Substitutes
9. Words often confused
10. Spelling Test
11. Idioms and their Meanings
Part III: Simple Arithmetic & Mental Ability
A . Simple Arithmetic
1. Numbers and Basic Operations
2. Fraction and Decimal Numbers
4. Profit and Loss
5. Simple and Compound Interest
6. Ratio and Proportion
7. Time and Distance
8. Time and Work
10. Laws of Exponents
B. Mental Ability
1. Number and Alphabetic series
2. Problems on Mathematical signs
3. Analogy – Word Analogy, Alphabet Analogy, Number Analogy
4. Odd man out
5. Coding and Decoding
6. Family Relations
7. Sense of Direction
8. Time and Angles
9. Time in a clock and its reflection
10. Date and Calendar
11. Clerical Ability
A detailed explanation video of the syllabus for Police constable exam can be watched by clicking here.
If you want to buy books for Civil Policeofficer/Women police constable/ Police Constable exam preparation, you can buy any of the books given below. My personal recommendation is the first one, Rank file by talent acdemy
1.CIVIL POLICE OFFICER RANK FILE 2018 Paperback – 20 Feb 2018
2. Kerala PSC Civil Police Officer Exam Guide 2018 Paperback – 2018
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Thank you all. all the Best
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