Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern 2022: Written Exam Pattern

Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern 2022: Written Exam Pattern

ByShristi  |  Updated on: Oct 7, 2021
Odisha Police Constable recruitment 2021 is being done to fill up 244 vacancies. Check the Odisha constable result, answer key, cut off. Check exam details such as exam date, cut off, important books, paper pattern, vacancy, salary, syllabus, preparation and more.
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Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern 2021

Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern 2021: The selection board, Odisha Police releases the exam pattern for the Odisha Police Constable exam in its official notification. Candidates who have applied for the Odisha Police Constable recruitment can take a look at the exam pattern which is found to be helpful in your preparation. The Odisha Police Constable exam pattern is a useful part of the preparation in your exam as it helps you to get an idea on how to attempt the actual and how much time you can devote to any section based on your preparation.

Check out the detailed Odisha police exam pattern along with some details related to the recruitment process. Odisha Police Constable test is conducted for 244 posts of constable, candidates who qualify for the examination will have to appear for the physical efficiency test as per the selection process.

Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern Highlights

Any candidate who is applying for post of constable in Odisha Police exam should know about basic details related to the examination some of which are listed below

Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern


Exam Name

Odisha Police Constable

Conducting Body

Selection Board, Odisha Police

Total Marks

100 marks

Total Duration

2 Hours

Negative Marking

Yes, 0.25 mark for incorrect answer

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Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern for Written Test

The written test for the Odisha Police constable recruitment is the 1st stage that is a part of the selection procedure. The test will be conducted in Computer Based Mode and the medium of paper will be the English language. Candidates can attempt any question in any order. The exam pattern for Odisha Police Constable is described below in the table:

  • The written test is divided into 2 parts: Part A for general aptitude and Part B for Physics and Computer Sciences
  • Candidates will have to attempt 100 questions. 
  • The total duration of the Odisha Police Constable will be 2 hours.
  • Each question in the written examination carries 1 mark weightage.
  • For each wrong answer,.25 Marks will be deducted as negative marking.


Number of Question


Part A (English, Odia, Arithmetic, Reasoning, Aptitude)


2 hours (120 minutes)

Part B (Physics and Computer Science)


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Odisha Police Constable Selection Process

Odisha Police Constable recruitment will be a 2 stage process. The 1st stage consists of a written examination while the 2nd stage will be a physical examination which is qualifying in nature. Candidates who clear the written test will be only allowed to appear in the physical examination. Thus, the final selection for Odisha Police Constable will be made on the basis of marks obtained in the written test.

Additional marks will be awarded to any candidate who has an “NCC” certificate based on the category of the certificate. 


Odisha Police Constable Exam Pattern FAQs

  • There are 100 questions in Odisha Police Constable. The paper is divided into 2 parts: Part A and Part B.

  • Part A and Part B of Odisha Police Constable comprise of the following: 

    • Part A consists of 25 questions from General Aptitude which includes questions from Arithmetic, English Language, Odia, Reasoning.
    • Part B consists of questions from Physics and Computer Science at +2 level. A total of 75 questions are asked from this part.
  • Yes, there is a negative marking of.25 marks will be there for every wrong answer given by the candidates in the Odisha Police Constable written exam. 

  • Yes, all the questions in the Odisha Police Constable Exam will be objective in nature. 

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