InstructorDexter Academy
TypeOnsite Course
DateJan 28, 2019
Seat1/0
Price₹ 20000₹ 18000
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ELIGIBILITY NORMS

OPEN CANDIDATES

DEPT CANDIDATES

1

QUALIFICATION

Candidates should possess a degree in Science from any University or Institution recognized by the University Grants Commission in the pattern of 10+2+3.

Candidates should have studied Tamil as a subject in X. If not studied,

candidates will have to pass the Tamil-Part II Test conducted by Tamil Nadu

Public Service Commission within 2 years of joining the service.

2

AGE LIMIT

General – 20 To 28
BC, BC(M) /MBC/DNC – 20 to 30 years
SC, SC(A) /ST- 20 to 33 years
Destitute Widow – 35 years
 

Ex-servicemen/Ex-personnel of Central Para-military Forces (Discharged from service within 3 years from the date of notification i.e. must have been discharged on or after 29.08.2015) / Serving persons who are going to retire within one year from the last date of receipt of application-45 years

45 years

3

SELECTION
PROCESS

  1. Written exam
  2. Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  3. Viva-Voice

4

APPLY MODE

ONLINE

STAGE 1

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

OPEN CANDIDATE EXAM PATTERN:

Section Marks
Written Examination

(a) General knowledge

(b) General Ability Test

General Ability Test includes Logical Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Psychology Test, Communication Skills and Information Handling ability General Knowledge

85 Marks

55 Marks

30 Marks

Special Marks for NCC, NSS & Sports / Games 5 Marks
Viva-Voce 10 Marks
TOTAL 100 Marks

Note:

  • The duration of Written Examination is 3.00 hrs.
  • Minimum qualifying marks in the written examination shall be 30 marks out of 85 marks.
  • Question paper will contain 170 objective type questions. Each question carries ½ mark.

DEPARTMENTAL CANDIDATEEXAM PATTERN:

Section

Marks

Written Examination

(a) General Knowledge

(b) General Ability Test

Police Administration, Crime Investigation and Basic Forensic Science. General Ability Test includes Logical Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Psychology Test, Communication Skills and Information Handling ability. Police Administration, Crime Investigation and basic Forensic Science topics will be broadly as per syllabus in the basic training of Police Constables.

85 Marks

45 Marks

40 Marks

Special Marks Winning of Medals in the National Police Duty Meet (Gold Medal – 5 marks, Silver Medal – 3 marks and Bronze Medal – 2 marks) 5 Marks
Viva-Voce 10 Marks
Total Marks  100 Marks

Note:

  • The duration of Written Examination is 3.00 hrs.
  • Minimum qualifying marks in the Written Examination shall be 30 marks out of 85 marks.
  • Question paper will contain 170 objective type questions. Each question carries ½ mark.

STAGE II

PHYSICAL MEASUREMENT TEST

MEN :
HEIGHT:
General, BC, BC(M), MBC/DNC –
Minimum 163 cms
SC, SC(A) / ST –
Minimum 160 cm
WOMEN AND TRANSGENDER:
HEIGHT:
General, BC,BC(M),MBC/DNC –
Minimum 154 cms
SC, SC(A) /ST –
Minimum 152 cms Exempted from height and chest measurement

Note:

* 20% Departmental Quota candidates are exempted from Physical Measurement Test.

* Ex-servicemen / Ex-personnel of central para-military forces, serving persons who are going to retire within one year are exempted from Physical Measurement Test.

* The Board or the Government will not be responsible for any mishaps during the Physical Measurement Test.

STAGE III

DETAILS

OPEN CANDIDATES

DEPARTMENTAL
CANDIDATES

The Ex-servicemen / Ex-personnel of central para-military forces

Certificate
Verification

who qualify in Physical Measurement Test will be called

who qualify in Physical Measurement Test will be called

Called in the ratio of 1:3

Viva – Voce

who qualifies in Written Examination, Physical Measurement Test and original certificate verification

who qualifies in Written Examination, Physical Measurement Test and original certificate verification

10 marks

10 marks

Special Marks

NCC/ NSS/ Games – 05 marks

Winning of Medals in the National Police Duty Meet – 5 marks (Gold-5, Silver-3, Bronze-2)

Section 1Reasoning
Lecture 1Puzzles
Lecture 2Data Sufficiency
Lecture 3Non-Verbal Reasoning
Lecture 4Verbal Reasoning
Lecture 5 Logical Reasoning
Lecture 6Data Interpretation
Lecture 7Analytical Reasoning
Lecture 8 Number Series
Lecture 9Letter and Symbol Series
Lecture 10Verbal Classification
Lecture 11Essential Part
Lecture 12Analogies
Lecture 13Making Judgments
Lecture 14Logical Deduction
Lecture 15Statement and Argument
Lecture 16Verbal Reasoning
Lecture 17 Coding-Decoding
Lecture 18Blood Relations
Lecture 19Passage and conclusions
Lecture 20Ranking and time sequence
Lecture 21Direction Sense Test
Lecture 22Figure series
Lecture 23Non-Verbal Reasoning
Lecture 24Odd figure Out
Lecture 25Analogy
Section 2Basic Forensic Science
Lecture 26CriminalitiesFree Preview
  • Criminalities – Crime Scene Management – Crime Scene Evidence – Forensic Physics
Lecture 27Organisational set up of Forensic Science labs in IndiaFree Preview
Lecture 28Forensic PsychologyFree Preview
  • Forensic Psychology – basics – Psychology and Criminal Behaviour – Detection of deception
Lecture 29History of Development of Forensic Science
Lecture 30Tools and Techniques in Forensic Science
Lecture 31Forensic DermatoglyphicsFree Preview

Basics of Finger Printing – Development of Finger Prints – Other impressions

Lecture 32Forensic ToxicologyFree Preview

Poisons – Narcotics – Drugs – Psychotropic Substances

Lecture 33Forensic MedicineFree Preview

Death investigations – Autopsy – Forensic Odontology

Lecture 34Technological methods of Forensic ScienceFree Preview
  • Technological methods of Forensic Science – Instrumentation – Microscopy – Forensic Photography.
Lecture 35Forensic BallisticsFree Preview

Firearms – Ammunition – Fire Arm Evidence

Lecture 36Digital ForensicsFree Preview

Computer Crimes – Cyber Crimes – Computer Forensic Investigations

Section 3Crime Investigation
Lecture 37The arrest of persons, Bails & WarrantsFree Preview
Lecture 38Information to the Police & their powers to investigateFree Preview

Information to the Police & their powers to investigate, First Information Report, Investigation, etc. An inquest by Executive Magistrate & Judicial Magistrate, Death in custody, Inquest by Police Officers, Post-Mortem – Recording of evidence, Collection, Final report.

Lecture 39IPC, Crpc and Evidence ActFree Preview
  •  IPC, Crpc and Evidence Act – Section relating to general usage at the Police Station level
Section 4English
Lecture 40Spelling Test
Lecture 41Sentence Arrangement
Lecture 42Error Correction
Lecture 43Antonyms
Lecture 44Word Formation
Lecture 45Direct and Indirect speech
Lecture 46Active and Passive Voice
Lecture 47Para Completion
Lecture 48Joining Sentences
Lecture 49Theme Detection
Lecture 50Fill in the blanks
Lecture 51Data Interpretation
Lecture 52Spelling Test
Lecture 53Sentence Completion
Lecture 54Sentence Arrangement
Section 5General Knowledge
Lecture 55Diet and Balanced diet
Lecture 56Animals, Mammals and Birds, Environment and Ecology
Lecture 57Scientists and their contributions
Lecture 58Scientific Instruments, Inventions and Discoveries
Lecture 59Human Physiology
Lecture 60General Science
Lecture 61Diseases and their cause, cure, and prevention
Lecture 62National Parks
Lecture 63Indian Constitution, Citizenship, Elections
Lecture 64Population and unemployment problems
Lecture 65Parliament and State legislature, Judiciary system
Lecture 66Current Affairs
Lecture 67The latest development in Science and technology
Lecture 68Games and Sports
Lecture 69Monsoon and Climate, Rainfall
Lecture 70Crops, Crops pattern
Section 6Police Administration
Lecture 71Tamilnadu Police Standing Orders
Lecture 72Tamilnadu Special Police
Lecture 73History of Tamil Nadu Police organization and Administration
Lecture 74State Police Organization (Law and Order)
Lecture 75Armed Reserve, Traffic Police, Mounted branch, Commercial Crime Investigation wing
Lecture 76Intelligence Wing & Special Units