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What is CISF Examination ?

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) conducts recruitment for multiple posts, including Constable, Head Constable, Assistant Commandant (EXE), Sub-Inspector, etc. Candidates interested in applying for these posts need to appear for the written exam.

What is CISF Syllabus & Exam Pattern ?

CISF Constable/ Fire Exam Pattern are as follows:

The Central Industrial Security Force conducts recruitment for Constable/ Fire posts. Furthermore, the selection process of Constable/ Fire involves the following stages:

  1. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST)
  2. Written Examination
  3. Document Verification (DV)
  4. Detailed Medical Examination (DME)/ Review Medical Examination (RME)

CISF Constable/ Fire PET & PST

Physical Efficiency Test (PET): Candidates have to run 5 km in 24 minutes.

Physical Standard Test (PST): The physical standard requirements of Male candidates for Constable/ Fire posts are as follows:

  • Height – 170 cm
  • Chest – 80 to 85 cm (minimum expansion 5 cm)

Note: There are relaxations in physical standards for different categories of candidates.

CISF Constable/ Fire Written Exam Pattern

Candidates can check the exam pattern for the CISF Constable/ Fire written exam below:

Part/ SectionsSubjectsNumber of QuestionsMaximum Marks
Part-AGeneral Intelligence and Reasoning2525 marks
Part-BGeneral Knowledge and Awareness2525 marks
Part-CElementary Mathematics2525 marks
Part-DEnglish/ Hindi2525 marks
Total100100 marks
  • Mode of Exam: OMR/ Computer Based Test (CBT) mode
  • Number/ Type of Questions: 100/ Multiple-choice type
  • Number of Sections/ Parts: Four
  • Total Marks: 100 marks
  • Exam Language: English and Hindi
  • Duration of Exam: 120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Negative Marking: No negative markings for wrong answers

CISF Constable/ Fire Written Exam Syllabus

Find the syllabus for the CISF Constable/ Fire written exam below:

General Intelligence and Reasoning Syllabus

  • Problem-Solving
  • Directions
  • Similarities and Differences
  • Number/ Alphabet Series
  • Relationship Concepts
  • Arithmetical Reasoning
  • Arithmetic Number Series
  • Coding-Decoding, etc.

Elementary Mathematics Syllabus

  • Number System
  • HCF and LCM
  • Percentages
  • Mensuration
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Averages
  • Time & Distance, etc.

English/ Hindi Syllabus

  • Error Detection
  • Grammar
  • Verbs & Adverbs.
  • One Word Substitution
  • Tenses
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Synonyms & Antonyms, etc.

CISF Syllabus & Exam Pattern for Assistant Commandant (EXE)

The UPSC conducts the CISF Assistant Commandant (EXE). The selection procedure will have the written test and consists of two papers:

Paper 1 – General Ability and Intelligence and Professional Skill
Paper 2 – Essay, Precis Writing and Comprehension

Paper 1 will be of objective type and Paper 2 will be of descriptive type. Check the exam pattern below:

CISF Exam (Witten Test)SubjectMarksDuration
Paper 1 (Objective type)General Ability and Intelligence and Professional Skill250 Marks2 Hours
Paper 2 (Descriptive type)General Studies, Essay & Comprehension200 Marks3 Hours

In Paper 2, the Essay writing will carry 80 marks and the comprehension part will include 120 marks. The duration of this descriptive type exam will be for 3 hours.

The syllabus for the written exam Paper 1 and 2 are as follows:

Syllabus for Paper 1 – General Ability and Intelligence and Professional Skill

  1. General mental ability: quantitative aptitude, numerical ability, logical reasoning and data interpretation.
  2. General Science: includes general questions from the areas of Information Technology, Environmental science and Biotechnology.
  3. General Awareness: History of India, Indian geography, world geography, Indian politics and Economy.
  4. Current events of national and international importance including the areas of sports, literature, culture, music, arts, governance, industry, business and globalisation.

Syllabus for Paper 2 – Essay and Comprehension

  1. Essay – Candidates need to write an essay on the topics related to modern Indian history and analytical ability. The medium of essay can be English or Hindi.
  2. This part includes comprehension passages, précise writing, developing counter arguments, simple grammar, language testing etc. The medium of writing for comprehension & precise writing is English.

The test takers who qualify in the written examination will be called for the PST and then shortlisted candidates will be called for the interview process.

CISF Syllabus & Exam Pattern for Sub-Inspector

The CISF selection process will be conducted by the SSC and involves the following stages:

  1. Physical Standard Test
  2. Written Test
  3. Skill Test
  4. Medical Examination

The Exam Pattern of Written exam in SSC for Sub-Inspector exam is as under:

General Intelligence and Reasoning5050
General Awareness & Professional knowledge5050
Numerical Ability5050
Comprehension and Communication Skill5050

The questions are objective type and the total duration of the course is 3 hours 30 minutes. The candidate who qualifies for this written test will be called for the skill test followed by a medical examination.

Check the syllabus of the written test for CISF Sub-Inspector below:

General Intelligence and Reasoning Syllabus

  1. Coding-Decoding
  2. Cubes and Dice
  3. Arithmetical Reasoning
  4. Data Interpretation
  5. Statements & Conclusions, etc.

General Awareness & Professional knowledge Syllabus

  1. Inventions and Discoveries
  2. Rivers, Lakes, and Seas
  3. Indian Economy
  4. Countries and Capitals
  5. Indian History

Numerical Ability Syllabus

  1. Time & Work
  2. Least Common Multiple (LCM) & Highest Common Factor (HCF)
  3. Allegations & Mixtures
  4. Ratios & Proportions
  5. Profit & Loss, etc.

English Comprehension and Communication Skill Syllabus

  1. Direct & Indirect Speech
  2. Fill in the blanks
  3. One word Substitutes
  4. Idioms & Phrases
  5. Active voice & Passive voice, etc.

CISF Syllabus & Exam Pattern for Constable/ Tradesman

The selection process of CISF Constable/ Tradesman involves the following stages:

  1. Height Bar Test
  2. Physical Efficiency Test
  3. Physical Standard Test
  4. Documentation
  5. Trade Test
  6. Written Test

The HBT, PET, PST stages are qualifying in nature. After the completion of these stages, candidates must go through the document verification process. The document verification will be followed by Trade Test. Check the syllabus of the trade test below:

  1. Cook – Cookin of Chapati, Rice, Vegetable, Dal, Samber, Idli, Fish, etc.
  2. Cobbler/ Bootmaker – Polishing of shoes, Handling of tools, Cutting of leather repair & stitching of Shoes.
  3. Barber – Handling of tools, Hair Cutting and Shaving
  4. Washer-Man – Washing of clothes, Ironing of Khaki Cotton Uniform, woollen and Terry cotton Uniforms.
  5. Carpenter – Handling of tools, Cutting of wood, Fitting, polishing and finishing of material.
  6. Sweeper – Sweeping, Cleaning of toilets, bathrooms and more.
  7. Painter – Knowledge of colours, paints and shades, Painting of signboards and drawing.
  8. Mason – Preparation of Mashala, Mason/Construction work, Plastering work, Laying down floor tiles and plastering floor.
  9. Plumber – To lay the pipeline, Repair of water pipeline, Fitting of Taps, Geyser, Flush and Wash Basin.
  10. Mali – Plantations and making grafts, Maintenance of plants, Knowledge of seeds and their sowing season, Fertilizers in Seeti Deseeti and indigenous manures.
  11. Electrician – Knowledge of AC/ DC current, New Electric Fitting, Rectification of Electric fault.

The Trade Test will be followed by the written test, check the exam pattern below:

General Awareness/ General Knowledge25 Marks30 Mins
Knowledge of Elementary Mathematics25 Marks30 Mins
Analytical Aptitude25 Marks30 Mins
Ability to observe and distinguish patterns and to test the basics of the candidate in Hindi/ English25 Marks30 Mins
Total100 Maks120 Mins

Check the syllabus of General Awareness, Knowledge of Elementary Mathematics, Analytical Aptitude, Ability to observe and distinguish patterns and to test the basics of the candidate in Hindi/ English as under:

CISF Tradesman Syllabus for General Awareness

  1. Economic Scene,
  2. General Polity including Indian Constitution, and
  3. Scientific Research, etc.

CISF Tradesman Syllabus for Elementary Mathematics

  1. Percentages,
  2. Ratio and Proportion,
  3. Averages, etc.

CISF Tradesman Syllabus for General Intelligence & Reasoning

  1. Non -Verbal Series,
  2. Space Visualization,
  3. Visual Memory, etc.

CISF Tradesman Syllabus for General English

  1. Sentence Structure,
  2. Synonyms, Antonyms and their Correct Usage,
  3. Comprehension Reading, etc.

CISF Syllabus & Exam Pattern for CISF Head Constable

The selection procedure of CISF Head Constable includes the following stages:

  1. Physical Standard Test
  2. Written Test
  3. Skill Test
  4. Medical Exam

Now, let us look into the detailed CISF Exam Pattern and Syllabus for Head Constable.

The candidates must attend the Physical Standard Test and those candidates who are qualified in the physical standard test will be eligible for further rounds of the selection procedure.

CISF Head Constable Physical Standard Test (PET)

The requirements in male candidates for Physical Standard Test (PST) are tabulated below:

CategoryHeight MeasurementChest Measurement
Non-Scheduled Tribes165 cmsU – 77 cms, E – 82 cms
Scheduled Tribes162.5 cmsU – 76 cms, E – 81 cms
Age Relaxation162.5 cmsU – 77cms, E – 82cms

The requirements for female candidates are tabulated below:

CategoryFemale Height Measurement
Non-Scheduled Tribes155 cms
Scheduled Tribes150 cms
Age Relaxation150 cms


  • Chest measurement is not applicable for female candidates.
  • Ex-Servicemen candidates shall be eligible for total relaxation in the case of the Physical Standards Test or PST.

CISF Head Constable Written Exam Pattern

Candidates who are qualified in Physical Standard Test are eligible to appear for CISF Written Test. The CISF HC exam pattern for Written Test is tabulated below:

AGeneral Intelligence25
BGeneral Studies/Elementary Science25
CArithmetic Ability25
DGeneral English/ Hindi25


  • a. It contains 4 sections.
  • b. Each section carries 25 marks.
  • c. Each right question carries 1 mark.
  • d. Total duration of the exam is 120 minutes.
  • e. The online test will be for 100 question and 100 marks.

CISF Head Constable Syllabus For Written Test

The CISF Head Constable Syllabus for each section is as under:

CISF HC Syllabus For General Intelligence

  • a. Analogies
  • b. Problem-Solving
  • c. Spatial Orientation
  • d. Directions
  • e. Similarities and Differences
  • f. Number Series
  • g. Discrimination
  • h. Alphabet Series.
  • i. Spatial Visualization.
  • j. Observation.
  • k. Visual Memory.
  • l. Diagram Series.
  • m. Figural Classification.
  • n. Relationship Concepts.
  • o. Arithmetical Reasoning.
  • p. Arithmetic number series.
  • q. Non-Verbal Series.
  • r. Coding & Decoding, etc.

CISF HC Syllabus For General Studies/Elementary

  • a. General Science.
  • b. Indian Polity.
  • c. History – India & World.
  • d. Indian Constitution.
  • e. Indian Economy.
  • f. Current Events – National & International
  • g. Cultural Heritage of India.
  • h. Science & Technology.
  • i. Socio-Economic Events
  • j. Geography – India

CISF HC Syllabus For Arithmetic Ability

  • a. Averages
  • b. Percentages
  • c. HCF & LCM
  • d. Time & Ratio
  • e. Simple & Compound Interest
  • f. Mixtures & Allegations
  • g. Decimal & Fractions
  • h. Time & Distance
  • i. Time & Work
  • j. Profit & Loss
  • k. Data Interpretation
  • l. Ratio & Proportions
  • m. Number System
  • n. Problems on Ages
  • o. Simplification

CISF HC Syllabus For General English/ Hindi

  • a. Error Detection
  • b. Noun Forms
  • c. Grammar
  • d. Verbs & Adverbs.
  • e. Vocabulary
  • f. One Word Substitution
  • g. Tenses
  • h. Fill in the blanks
  • i. Synonyms & Antonyms
  • j. Comprehension Passage

CISF Head Constable Skill Test & Medical Examination

Skill Test: Candidates who are qualified in the above two rounds are eligible for this round. For Skill Test, candidates must have a typing speed of 35 words per minute (WPM). Candidates can type either in English or in Hindi.

Medical Test: Candidates who are qualified in the skill test stage will be called for Medical Examination. The medical test will be according to the medical standards and the details will be notified later by the officials.

FAQs on CISF Syllabus and Exam Pattern

Check FAQs related to CISF Syllabus and Exam Pattern below:

Q. What is the selection process for CISF Head Constable post?
The selection process of CISF Head Constable includes Physical Standard Test, Written Test, Skill Test and Medical Exam.
Q. How many sections are there in CISF Exam for Head Constable post?
There are four sections in the CISF Head Constable exam: General Intelligence, General Studies/Elementary Science, Arithmetic Ability, and General English/ Hindi.
Q. What is the total marks of the CISF Head Constable written exam?
The CISF Head Constable exam is conducted for 100 marks.
Q. What is the duration of the CISF Exam?
Usually, the total duration of the CISF written exam is 2 hours.
Q. Why is a Skill Test conducted in CISF?
 Skill Test is a part of the selection process that checks the typing speed and accuracy of candidates.
Q. Is there any negative marking in the CISF written exam?
 No, there are no negative markings in the written test.

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