Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force has initiated recruitment process for the selection of Constable (Motor Mechanic) and Head Constable (Motor Mechanic). Candidates preparing for ITBP Constable (MM) or Head Constable (MM) posts may check here complete recruitment procedure as Physical tests, Documentation, Written exam, Practical and Medical examination. ITBP Motor Mechanic Constable HC MM Selection Process, Physical (Height, Chest, Weight), Documents, PET/ PST, Written exam pattern/ syllabus, Practical (Skill) test etc latest info is given below.
ITBP Motor Mechanic HC Constable Exam 2022-2023
Candidates whose application forms are found to be in order will be issued admit card. Such candidates will have to appear for the recruitment tests as per the date, time and center (place) mentioned in Admit Card. After verification of identity and bio-metric examination at the center, candidates will have to undergo different recruitment tests as given below.
Phase 1 – Physical tests (PET and PST)
Phase 2 – Documentation, Written Exam, Practical (Skill) Test and Merit List
Phase 3 – Medical Examination (DME/ RME)
For online application form, vacancy details, eligibility, notification and other details about the ITBP Motor Mechanic Recruitment, check the link below.
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ITBP MM (Motor Mechanic) Selection Procedure
Candidates will have to undergo different selection tests step by step as given in detail below.
Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
Firstly, candidates will have to go through the following Physical Efficiency Test (PET) events. PET will be only qualifying in nature and it will not carry any marks. You will have to carry a clear printout of online application form, admit card and documents at the time of physical tests.
Race: 1.6 Kms Race within 07 Minutes 30 Seconds
Long Jump: 11 Feet (03 Chances)
High Jump: 3½ Feet (03 Chances)
Physical Standard Test (PST)
Candidates qualified in PET will have to undergo Physical Standard Test. Physical Standards (Height, Chest and Weight) for Constable (MM) and Head Constable (MM) will be measured as follows:
Gen/SC/OBC Category – 170 Cms
ST Category – 162.5 Cms
ST Category (North-Eastern States) – 160 Cms
Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas and candidates from Assam, Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir region of UT Jammu & Kashmir and UT Ladakh – 165 Cms
Candidates from North-Eastern States (Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim, Nagaland and Tripura) – 162.5 Cms
Gen/SC/OBC Category – 80-85 Cms
ST Category – 76-81 Cms
ST Category (North-Eastern States) – 76-81 Cms
Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas and candidates from Assam, Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir region of UT Jammu & Kashmir and UT Ladakh – 78-83 Cms
Candidates from North-Eastern States (Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim, Nagaland and Tripura) – 77-82 Cms
Weight: Proportionate to height and age as per medical standards.
Verification of Original Documents
Candidates qualified in PET and PST will have to go through verification of original documents (documentation). In this test candidates will have to produce all original documents/ certificates in proof of details as given in the online form. The following documents will be required for verification:
1. Educational certificates including Diploma/ ITI certificate.
2. Date of birth certificate (10th pass certificate).
3. Experience certificate (if any).
4. SC/ST/OBC/EWS certificate (as applicable).
5. Domicile certificate/ PAN Card/ Aadhar Card/ Driving License/ Voter ID Card for verification of citizenship.
6. Discharge certificate (for Ex-Serviceman).
7. Relaxation certificate (if applicable).
8. Four passport size photographs.
Candidates qualified in the PET, PST and documentation will be allowed to appear in the Written Test of maximum 100 Marks. The written exam will be conducted as per the date, time and center (venue) mentioned in Admit Card available to download from the official website recruitment.itbpolice.nic.in.
Written Exam Syllabus/ Pattern – ITBP Constable (Motor Mechanic) and Head Constable (Motor Mechanic) question paper will be of 02 Hours duration and will consist of total 100 objective type questions (01 mark each). The pattern of written exam i.e. OMR Based or Computer Based Test (CBT) will be decided by ITBP. Questions for Constable (MM) and HC (MM) written test will be of 10th standard and 12th standard respectively. The question paper will be set both in Hindi and English (except Hindi and English subject).
The Question Paper will comprise of questions based on:
General Knowledge: 10 Questions (10 Marks)
Mathematics: 10 Questions (10 Marks)
Hindi: 10 Questions (10 Marks)
English: 10 Questions (10 Marks)
Trade Related Theory: 60 Questions (60 Marks)
Minimum Cut off marks for qualifying in written exam:
UR/EWS Candidates – 35% Marks
SC/ST/OBC Candidates – 33% Marks
Practical (Skill) Test
Candidates qualified in written test will have to go through a Skill Test of maximum 50 Marks. Qualifying marks will be 50% for all categories. Skill test will consist of 04 parts as follows:
Vehicle inspection: 15 Marks
Identification of faults: 15 Marks
Rectification of defects: 15 Marks
Handling of tools: 05 Marks
After the Practical (Skill) Test, post wise (Constable MM/ Head Constable MM) and category wise merit lists will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the Written Examination.
Medical Examination (DME/ RME)
Candidates will be called for Detailed Medical Examination (DME) in order of merit as per category wise number of vacancies. The candidates will be medically examined to assess their physical and medical fitness as per Medical Standards issued by MHA. Candidates declared unfit during Detailed Medical Examination (DME) will be allowed to undergo Review Medical Examination (RME).
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