About CPF & CPF (AC) Assistant Commandant Coaching
CAPF comes under parliamentary services that assist Defense Services across national borders. There are a number of forces that come under this category namely – The Indo – Tibetan Border Police ITBP, The Central Reserve Police Force CRPF, The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), The Border Security Force BSF, The Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) and The State Police Forces & Home guards. After selection and training; the candidates are appointed as Assistant Commandant and after the successful service of 20 years candidates are promoted to the rank of DIG or IG as per their cadre.
CPF (AC) Selection Procedure
UPSC holds special CAPF (AC) examination; candidates must clear the written exam to reach the second level of selection process, i.e. Interview.
Age Limit: 20 to 25 Years on Aug 01 in the year of examination held.
Educational Qualification: Graduation from a recognized University
Physical Standards: As per UPSC Standards
Women Eligibility is restricted to CISF and CRPF
PAPER (I): General Ability & Intelligence
PAPER TYPE: Objective
Number of Questions: 125
Total Marks: 250
Paper Duration: 2 Hours
Negative Marking: YES
PAPER (II): General Studies, Essay & Comprehension
PAPER TYPE: Conventional
Total Marks: 200
Paper Duration: 3 Hours
Physical Fitness Test & Medical Examination: 200
Interview Marks: As per UPSC standards.
Syllabus of PAPER (I) – General Ability & Intelligence
General Mental Ability: This section includes questions pertaining to data interpretation, quantitative aptitude, arithmetical ability and logical reasoning.
General Science: This section is to check the awareness of candidates regarding the scientific phenomena that take place in day to day life. Questions are mainly related to environmental science, IT & biotech.
Current Events: Candidate’s knowledge across national and global importance is checked across multiple verticals like business, industrialization, societal issues, music, literature, culture, sports, governance, etc.
National Politics & Economy: This section covers everything about Indian Political System, The Constitution of India, Regional Issues, Public Administration, Economic Development, International Security Issues, Civics and Human Rights.
Indian History: Questions related to freedom movement of India, social reforms, economic reforms, growth reforms & political reforms would be asked in this section.
Geography: This section tests candidate’s knowledge about the geographic aspects of India and world.
Syllabus of PAPER (II) – General Studies, Essay & Comprehension
PART A: Essay Questions constitute Part A of Paper (II) which is of 80 Marks. Candidates are supposed to write descriptive answers in either Hindi or English medium as per their choice. Topics covered in this section include Polity & Economy, Freedom Movements & Struggle, Modern Indian History, Geography, Security Issues, Human Rights, etc.
PART B: Under Part B of Part (II) Paper: candidate’s comprehension skills, precise writing skills, communication skills and English language skills are checked. Part B is of total 120 marks.
PART B: Total Marks 200
Essay Question : Total Marks 80 Precise Writing Question: Total Marks 30 Comprehension Passage Question: Total Marks 40 Counter Argument Question: Total Marks 10 Report Writing Question: Total Marks 20 Grammar Questions: Total Marks 20