Odisha Police Driver Syllabus 2020 Selection Process

Recruitment Of The Name: Odisha Police Driver Syllabus 2020

About Recruitment: Odisha Police has Recently Announced The vacancy of 231 Post for Driver. This Year the many Candidate filled the application form. Process of submitting online Application form is commenced till 07 March 2020. Candidates can check the details of the recruitment below.

About Exam: All the candidates who filled the online application from will face the offline exam/Physical Test. More details about exam will be provided below.

Selection Process: Selection process for Post will be Done as per details below.
1. Driving Test
2. Written Test
3. Physical Test

Exam Pattern:
The Exam Pattern Will be Updated later By Official website After Physical Efficiency Test.

Exam Syllabus:
I. Driver
(A) Theory Test :
1. Road Signal
2. Lubrication system of vehicle
3. Cooling system of vehicle
4. Main vital parts, spares, component of vehicles
(B) Practical Test :
1. Driving of light vehicles by marching, reverse, gear change, controlling of clutch, accelerator and brake.
2. Road Signal.
II. Driver Havildar
(A) Theory Test.
1. Maintenance of different kinds of vehicles.
2. Tyre rotation and its pressure (4 wheels & 6 wheels)
3. Application of lubricants in vehicles and different components.
4. Rectification of minor defects in road (fuel line and electrical line).
5. Adjustment and bleeding of brakes.
6. Maintenance of Motor Cycles.
7. Knowledge regarding use of tyres in Police vehicles.
(B) Practical Test:
1. Driving of heavy vehicles, Motors Cycles, and Cars etc.
2. Knowledge of the road signal
3. Identification of lubricants
4. Knowledge regarding spare parts
III. Driver Havildar Major
(A) Theory Test :
1. Functions of different parts of vehicles
2. Prevention of maintenance of vehicles/tyres
3. Type of lubricant to be used in vehicles
4. Different type of brake system and prevention of air lock
5. Fixing of timing in petrol vehicles
6. Knowledge of ignition system and transmission
7. Knowledge in gear and operation system
8. Maintenance of different kinds of vehicles
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(B) Practical Test :
1. To fix timing checking other defects in the engine
2. Starting and tunning of the engine
3. To assess knowledge in the spare parts tools and equipment
Motor Transport Sub-Inspector
(A) Theory Test :
(1) Knowledge regarding engine and transmission system
(2) Maintenance of different kind of vehicles
(3) Lubrication of vehicle
(4) Repair of break system
(5) Repair of ignition charging and light system
(6) Knowledge regarding different parts of vehicle and its functioning (7) How to maintain records of MT section
(8) How to storage the POL
(B) Practical Test :
1. Fixation of timing in petrol/diesel vehicles
2. Starting/testing of vehicles on road
3. Rectification of defects of carburetor, distributor, fuel pump and master cylinder.
4. Testing of Battery
5. Identification of special tools and equipment.

(4) The Physical Efficiency Test shall comprise of the following events with marks indicated against each namely:—
(a) Run : If 1.6 kilometers is covered within—
(i) 5 minutes, 12 Marks shall be awarded
(ii) 5.30 minutes, 9 Marks shall be awarded
(iii) 6 minutes, 6 Marks shall be awarded
(iv) 6.30 minutes, 4 Marks shall be awarded
(v) 7 minutes, 2 Marks shall be awarded
(vi) beyond 7 Minutes, the candidate shall be disqualified.

(b) High Jump (3 Chances):
If the Qualifying height 1.22 Meters is cleared in—
(i) 1st Chance, 3 Marks will be awarded
(ii) 2nd Chance, 2 Marks will be awarded
(iii) 3rd Chance, 1 Marks will be awarded
(iv) not able to clear the candidates shall be disqualified.
NOTE : Only those, who qualify high jump of 1.22 meters in the 1st chance, shall be allowed to compete in higher jumps.
3 chances shall be allowed to the candidates to clear 1.38 meters. Only those candidates who qualify 1.38 meters, another 3 chances shall be given to compete for 1.50 meters. Higher marks shall be awarded as follows :—

If cleared 1.38 Meters 6 Marks If cleared 1.50 Meters 10 Marks
NOTE : Marks shall be awarded only for the highest jump cleared.
(c) Broad jump :
(Marks shall be given for the best of 3 chances)
7 If the qualifying length—
(i) 3.66 Meters is cleared, 1 Marks shall be awarded
(ii) 4.00 Meters is cleared, 3 Marks shall be awarded
(iii) 4.35 Meters is cleared, 5 Marks shall be awarded
(iv) 4.50 Meters is cleared, 7 Marks shall be awarded
(v) 3.66 Meters is not cleared the candidate shall be disqualified.
(d) Cycling :
If 1.6 Kms. is covered within—

(i) 2 Minutes 30 seconds, 6 Marks shall be awarded
(ii) 3 Minutes 30 seconds, 4 Marks shall be awarded
(iii) 4 Minutes 30 seconds, 2 Marks shall be awarded
(iv) beyond 4 Minutes 30 seconds the candidate shall be disqualified
(e) Swimming :
If 40 Meters is covered—
(i) within 8 Minutes, the candidate shall be qualified
(ii) beyond 8 Minutes, the candidate shall be disqualified
NOTE : If a candidate fails to qualify in any of the above events, he shall be disqualified and shall not be allowed to participate in the subsequent tests or recruitment process.
Medical Examination
(a) A Medical Test shall be conducted by a Doctor in the rank of Subdivision Medical Officer or equivalent rank at any stage of recruitment process as scheduled by the Selection Board.

(b) Following shall be the specifications for Medical examination, namely:—
(i) Candidates must not have knock knee, bow legs, flat foot, varicose veins, squint in eyes, poor vision, colour blindness, inability to flex the fingers properly and any other obvious deformities.
(ii) The candidates must have no impediment in speech and hearing.

Educational Achievements—
Marks shall be awarded for educational achievement in High School Certificate Examination or other equivalent examination in the following manner, namely:—

Academic Qualification Percentage of marks secured Mark awarded
High School Certificate 61% and above 5 Marks
or equivalent 51% to 60% 3 Marks
41% to 50% 1 Mark
Compartmental No Mark supplementary
less than 41%

NOTE : Marks shall be awarded if the examination has been cleared in 1st attempt.
(2) No mark shall be awarded for higher academic qualifications.
Sports achievement
Only the following disciplines in the sports achievement shall be considered for award of marks, namely:
(i) Athletics (xiv) Kabaddi
(ii) Archery (xv) Karate Do
(iii) Badminton (xvi) Kayaking & Canoeing
(iv) Basket ball (xvii) Lawn Tennis
(v) Body Building (xviii) Power Lifting
(vi) Boxing (xix) Rowing
(vii) Cricket (xx) Shooting
(viii) Cycling (xxi) Swimming
(ix) Equestrian (xxii) Table Tennis
(x) Football (xxiii) Tae Kwon Do
(xi) Gymnastics (xxiv) Volleyball
(xii) Hockey (xxv) Weight Lifting
(xiii) Judo (xxvi) Wrestling

(3) The marks shall be awarded for the following sports achievement only:—
(a) Winning a medal in Open National Championship:
For a Gold Medal 10 Marks
For a Silver Medal 7 Marks
For a Bronze Medal 5 Marks
(b) Representing the Country and participating in a competitive International Sports Meet or Championship and winning no medal. 10 Marks
(c) Winning medals in the competitive International Sports Meet or Championship:
For a Gold Medal 15 Marks
For a Silver Medal 14 Marks
For a Bronze Medal 13 Marks
NOTE : 1 The Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals respectively shall mean the First, Second and Third Rank, whenever the Medals are not awarded.
NOTE : 2 Recognized National Federation or Association of various sports discipline shall mean recognized by the Department of Youth Affairs & Sports of Government of India.
14. National Cadet Corps Certificates—
(1) Marks shall be awarded in the following National Cadet Corps Certificate as:—
(i) National Cadet Corps ‘A’ Certificate 1 Mark
(ii) National Cadet Corps ‘B’ Certificate 3 Marks
(iii) National Cadet Corps ‘C’ Certificate 5 Marks
(2) Marks for educational achievements, sports achievements and N.C.C. certificates shall be awarded, in accordance with the provisions of this rule only.
Syllabus for Technical Trade Test — The Syllabus for holding Technical Trade Test shall be as prescribed in Appendix—’A’.
Validity of the Technical Trade Test
(1) The Trade Test shall be conducted by the Technical Trade Test Board constituted under Rule 18 of these rules, in two parts viz. Theory and Practical. Each part shall carry 100 marks and to qualify in the Trade Test Board one must secure marks not less than 60% in each part. Candidates securing less than 60% marks shall be declared to have failed the Trade Test .

Important Links

Admit CardClick Here
Recruitment DetailsClick Here
Official website https://odishapolice.gov.in/

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