What is CAPF?

The Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) refers to uniform nomenclature of five security forces in India under the authority of Ministry of Home Affairs. They are the Border Security Force (BSF) Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Central Industrial Security Force

What is Assistant Commandant?

Assistant Commandant (AC), is a Group-A Gazetted Officer rank in the Central Armed Police Forces of India. It is equivalent to Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) / Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and Captain in Indian Army.

What are some of the functions of Assistant Commandants?

Apart from performing various decision making and supervisory functions, similar to any other Group ‘A’ service, the executive officers of the CAPF perform several other managerial functions peculiar to the service, besides leading the troops in the field. Their role

What is the pattern of Examination?

The recruitment process consists of 3 phases : Written Test – Paper I & Paper II Physical Efficiency Test (PET) / Medical Standards Test Personal Interview

What is the Written test like?

Written Test consists of 2 papers: Paper I : (Objective) General Ability and Intelligence – 250 marks Paper II: (Descriptive) General Studies, Essay and Comprehension – 200 marks Paper II of the candidate would be evaluated only after he/she clears

What is the syllabus for written examination?

Paper I General Mental Ability General Science Current Events of National and International Importance Indian Polity and Economy History of India Indian and World Geography Paper II Essay Writing. Comprehension. Precis Writing. Counter Argument. Communications. Report Writing.