Telangana Police Constable Syllabus 2018, Constable Exam Pattern

Telangana Police Constable Syllabus 2018 : Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board (TSLPRB) has invited applications from eligible job aspirants for the post of Police Constable, Station Fire Officer, Information Technology & Communications, Mechanics, Driver posts with a total of 17, 156 vacancies. Candidates who are interested can fill the online application form available at www.tslprb.in. As per the dates specified in the notification, the online registration process will commence from 9th June 2018 and will be closed on 30th June 2018. The Recruitment Board has already initiated the online application process for its TS Police Constable Notification and candidates are highly recommended to submit their duly filled TS Police Constable 2018 Application Form before the last date.

Apart from this, aspirants can get the detailed information related to TS Police Constable Exam Syllabus through this post. Before that let’s have a brief look on the selection process for TS Police Constable.

Telangana Police Constable Syllabus 2018 – Selection Process:

The TS Police Constable Civil and/or Equivalent posts Selection Process involves four phases:

The TS Police Constable IT & C / Mechanic / Driver posts Selection Process involves three phases:

The exam syllabus is a crucial aspect that always helps the candidates to come up with an effective preparation strategies by, focusing on their strengths and weaknesses in different topics.

TS Police Constable Exam Syllabus – Civil and / or Equivalent

Preliminary Written Test (PWT):
Preliminary Written Test (PWT) consist of questions which are Objective in nature for 200 marks. This test would be of 3 Hour duration with 200 Questions. Questions in the Paper will be will be set in English, Telugu and Urdu languages.

  1. English*
  2. Arithmetic
  3. General Science
  4. History of India, Indian culture, Indian National Movement.
  5. Indian Geography, Polity and Economy
  6. Current events of national and international importance
  7. Test of Reasoning / Mental Ability
  8. Contents pertaining to the State of Telangana.

Note:
* The questions relating to ‘English in the syllabus’ will be set in English only in the ‘Telugu / Urdu’ version of the question paper also.

Final Written Examination (FWE):
Final Written Examination (FWE) will consists of single paper which are Objective in nature with 3 hours duration. Questions will be set in English, Telugu and Urdu languages.

  1. English*
  2. Arithmetic
  3. General Science
  4. History of India, Indian culture, Indian National Movement.
  5. Indian Geography, Polity and Economy
  6. Current events of national and international importance
  7. Test of Reasoning / Mental Ability
  8. Personality test (the questions will be from Ethics, Sensitivity to Gender and weaker sections, social awareness, Emotional Intelligence)
  9. Contents pertaining to the State of Telangana.

Note:
* The questions relating to ‘English in the syllabus’ will be set in English only in the ‘Telugu / Urdu’ version of the question paper also.

Telangana Police SI Syllabus – IT & C/ Mechanic / Driver

Written Examination:
Written Examination will consists of Technical paper which is Objective in nature with 200 Questions for 200 Marks with 3 hours duration.

Syllabus for IT & C Post:

Electrical Characteristic and Application of conductors, Insulators, Semiconductors; Construction of carbon, wire wound (linier logarithmic) resistors, thermistors potentio meters; Kircheff’s law, Ohms Law; principle of construction and special feature of simple meter, Moving iron/Moving coil meter, VTVM, Universal meter, Ohm meter and Ammeter; alternating current, A.C induced voltage, current; Faraday’s principle; lenses law of self-induction; A.C generators and Fleming three finger rule, Frequency peak, average R.M.S values; Function and application of vibrators
Electronics
&
Radio
Characteristics and Application of inductance in a tuned circuit; Coil-Concept of reactance, phase, power factor, Inductance and co-efficient of coupling; series and parallel connection of capacitor in A.C circuits, different types of capacitors and their application, basic elements of resonance circuit, parallel L.C circuit, Anti resonance circuit, tuning and current gain, construction of Transistors, Bi-polar junction devises, PNP & NPN transistors and dynamic curves, principle of FET transistors, uses of diodes as rectifiers, Half wave and Full wave rectifier circuit, Bridge rectifiers, effect of ripples, uses of filters, carrier modulation (AM and FM) Single side band, Band width, Fidelity and quality construction in the receiver, detectors, discriminators, Range of Audio and quality construction in the receiver, detectors, discriminators, Range of Audio Frequency, Necessity for amplifications like Class ‘A’ ‘B’ and ‘C’, push-pull voltage amplifier, principle of superhydrodyne receiver, frequency conversion, I.F amplification, Principle of Magnetic sound recording, magnetic tapes, magnetic heads erasing head, Television principles, Construction and working principle of Picture tube Deflection camera tube, basic T.V. System scanning synchronization composite video signal.
Basics of
Computers
MS-Office (MS-word, EXCEL and Power point): Fundamentals of Computer Architecture, Mother board and peripherals, accessories, MS-DOS, Windows operating systems, PC assembly and software installation, networking & LAN, basics of WAN.
Telephone System Basics of PSTN telephone network, Telephone instruments, EPABX, FAX, Internet telephony, GSM and CDMA phone system.

Syllabus for Mechanic Post:

Introduction to Automobiles, 4 and 2 Strokes Spark Ignition Engine, Compression Ignition, Engines and working principles, Petrol and Diesel Engine Components, Valve and operating Mechanism, Cooling System, Lubricating System, Fuel System in Petrol Engine, Ignition System Fuel Injunction System in diesel engines. Intake and Exhaust System, Battery, Automotive Electricity, Alternator, Dynamo, Cut out, Fuses, Self Starter, Wiring and Electrical Accessories, Brakes Transmission Systems, Wheel Alignment, Steering, Suspension, Mechanic Tolls, Work Shop Tools, Servicing of Vehicles, Check up of vehicles for Road Worthiness, Fleet Maintenance of vehicles, Safety Precautions.

Syllabus for Driver Post:

Maintenance Responsibility, Drivers daily routine duty, Daily maintenance, Weekly Maintenance, Periodical Maintenance, Battery maintenance, its specific gravity, Tyres Maintenance and rotation, Fuel System, Ignition System, Lighting System, Brake System, Clutch & Transmission System, Fuel Accountability, Dash Board Instruments, Canopy and Seats Cleaning off Wind Screen and Wipers, Minor Repairs Viz. Fan Belt Replacements, Attending Wheel Punctures, Air Lock Removal, MV Act and Rules, Traffic Signals, First Aid Practice, Safety Precautions

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