Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has given the opportunity to young candidates for various recruitment posts which are Assistant Sub Inspector in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), SI (Sub Inspector) in Central Armed Police Force and Delhi Police. This is the right time to focus on the preparation for the examination. Every year huge number of aspirants fill up the application form, thus year by year competition is becoming tough. At this period of time you need to stick to your plan of study or generate a new one in which you can devote maximum time with ultimate focus. If you are starting for the exam preparation then syllabus is the first thing to look.
After checking all the topics and sub topics make a list of the topics which you know very well and topics which you don’t. Pick up the topics you know in order to make that a strong zone. Now cover all the remaining topics. NOTE: English and General Knowledge & Science can never be prepared in one day so for that you have to study them daily and it would be best if you make them as habit.
Below we are providing you the SSC Delhi Police Sample Paper PDF so that after covering the syllabus you can just give the mock exam and test the knowledge. This will give you the idea and confidence for facing the examination.
Question1. In questions no. 25 two statements are given followed by two/four conclusions I, II, III and IV. You have to consider the two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follow from the given statements.
- All peacocks are lions.
- Some tigers are peacock.
- Some lions are not tigers.
- All tigers are lions.
III. Some tigers are lions.
- All peacocks are tigers.
(A) Only conclusion III follows.
(B) Only conclusion IV follows.
(C) Only conclusion I follows.
(D) Only conclusion II follows.
Bunty was born on 3rd March in 1980 & Rajesh was born 4 days before Bunty’s birth. That year if the Independence Day was on Saturday, then on which day Rajesh was born?
Question2. In a row of boys, if A who is tenth from the left and B who is ninth from the right interchange their positions, A becomes fifteenth from the left. How many boys are there in the row?
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