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English Medium SI Constable Coaching Institute in Hyderabad
Classroom coaching Admissions in progress
Batch Starts from Tomorrow@ 10am
Batch Size :: 70 only
Batch Duration :: Up to mains
Limited seats due to COVID-19 Pandemic
Students Must Follow COVID-19 precautions 
Well qualified faculty(Civils appeared)
Self made Material
Daily tests (Topic wise and Grand tests)
Number of selections in previous batch
State of the art infrastructure
Air conditioned classrooms
Regular Batch Timings

Quantitative Aptitude  6am to 9am
Breakfast Break 9-10am
Reasoning 10am to 12:00pm
Test 12:30pm to 1:00pm
Lunch Break 1:00pm to 2:00pm
General Studies 2pm to 6pm
Language Classes after 6pm
Physical Training
After Prelims
Duration : Up to Exam
Fee concession for Economically Poor and Merit Students

Ground coaching for SI CONSTABLE Batch On Every Monday
Ground Training  Hours 6:00am to 8:00am, 5:00pm to 7:00pm
SI Constable English Medium coaching is our main focus

No False Promises, No Boasting Videos, No Gimmicks — Our Efforts are Silent and Result Oriented. People those who experience noise understands our silence 



Admissions in progress for Offline SI-Constable Coaching

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Finally Telangana Police notification has out  Online application starts from 2nd May to 20th May 2022

Vacancies Post code  Name of the post   Pay scale  Vacancies
1 21 Constable Civil   24280-72850 4965
2 22 Constable AR     24280-72850 4423
3 23 Constable (SAR CPL)      24280-72850 100
4 24 Constable (TSSP) Men     24280-72850 5010
5 25   Constable TSSPFD      24280-72850 390
6 26 Firemen   24280-72850 610
7 27 Warder Prison (Male)   24280-72850 136
8 28 Warder Prison (Female)     24280-72850 10
                               Total Vacancies  15644


Sl.No Name of the Unit Post Code No. 21 Post Code No. 22
1 Asifabad-Komarambheem 0 108 0 74
2 Bhupalapalli–Jayashankar 1 8 1 56
3 Mulugu 0 29 0 39
4 Ramagundam Commissionerate 1 273 1 166
5 Adilabad 0 149 0 85
6 Jagitial 0 64 0 59
7 Nirmal 0 116 0 42
8 Nizamabad Commissionerate 0 266 0 134
9 Kamareddy 0 154 0 86
10 Karimnagar Commissionerate 1 287 1 124
11 Medak 1 99 1 78
12 Siddipet Commissionerate 1 108 1 102
13 Sircilla – Rajanna 0 65 0 77
14 Khammam Commissionerate 0 113 1 77
15 Kothagudem–Bhadradri 0 64 1 37
16 Mahabubabad 1 116 1 52
17 Warangal Commissionerate 1 435 1 229
18 Nalgonda 0 347 0 117
19 Rachakonda Commissionerate 8 325 12 505
20 Suryapet 0 230 0 90
21 Cyberabad Commissionerate 7 41 11 392
22 Hyderabad Commissionerate 1 565 943 409
23 Sangareddy 1 420 1 123
24 Vikarabad 2 33 2 70
25 Gadwal-Jogulamba 0 83 0 35
26 Mahabubnagar 1 140 0 61
27 Nagarkurnool 0 142 0 53
28 Narayanpet 0 63 0 37
29 Wanaparthy 0 95 0 36
  Total 27 4938 978 3445

33⅓ % of vacancies in each category are reserved for Women for the Post Code No. 21.
Similarly, 10% of the vacancies in each category are reserved for Women for the Post Code
No. 22 under Direct Recruitment, in relaxation of relevant rules relating to Telangana State and
Subordinate Service Rules, 1996. The reservation for Women will be a horizontal reservation
following the principle of sufficiency i.e., the reservation of Women Candidates shall be
adjusted proportionately in the respective category to which the Women Candidate belongs. In
the event of non-availability of eligible and suitable Women Candidates, the vacancies reserved
for them shall not be carried forward for the succeeding recruitment and shall be filled up by
Men Candidates of respective Communal Category

The Candidates belong to Backward Classes shall submit the Community Certificate to
claim Age relaxation and the latest Certificate of Non Creamy Layer issued by the Competent
Authorities of Telangana State on or after 01-04-2021 to claim Reservation. In case of failure
to produce the Non Creamy Layer Certificate on the day of Certificates verification such
Candidates, will be considered under “Open Competition”, if otherwise eligible, and the status
cannot be changed later.

Educational Age Limit & Height

Constable :: Age 18 to 22 yrs      
Edu Qual :: Intermediate  Height :: 167.6
Sub Inspector :: Age 21 to 25 yrs
Edu Qual :: Degree or equivalent      Height :: 167.6
Woman   Height  152.3


Boys :: 1600mts in 7.15sec
Long jump :: 4 meters (Ge)  Ex Ser 3.5 mts
Shotput :: 7.2kg    6 meters  Ex ser 6 mts


Boys :: 800mts in 5.20sec
Long jump :: 2.5 meters
Shotput :: 4 kg    4 meters  Ex ser 6 mts

The term POLICE has been derived from the Latin word ‘politia’ which means the condition of a State. Any society needs peace of mind and favorable situation to progress. Worried and lawless societies exhaust all their potential in unworthy things. If they have a sense of safety, security and order they can develop and prosper. This is where the role of police becomes important in society. At all times, in some form or the other, this system existed with varied responsibilities and duties.
 Source of police can be traced to the early Vedic period as the Rig and the Atharva Veda reveals certain kinds of crimes known to the Vedic people. Facts indicate the existence of security forces even in the Harappan period. although the exact reference of the criminal justice organization during the Vedic period is not available, the Mauryan period demonstrates important features of the same. Kautilya’s Arthashastra (310 BC) is a treatise on the criminal justice system. It reads like a manual for police in modern times.
Policing is the skill of maintaining peace and order in an unchanged society. Therefore, policing philosophy, policing methods, and attitudes of those responsible for policing cannot remain the same. Thus, it becomes important to see how it has evolved through the various phases of history and how it has acquired its present form.
In a free society people have a right to know how they are being protected by the police. The cooperation of the public is very important for the police to work effectively which is determined by the degree of trust and respect enjoyed by the police. Conflict resolution and rendering assistance to distress are demanding their time and attention more than dealing with crime and criminals.
 AP Police exams are held for a range of posts in the Andhra Pradesh Police. Syllabus for the exam is highly competitive. You need to be thorough with every aspect of the. The registration procedure is to be done online. The results and hall tickets can be downloaded through the official website.

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Posts in AP Police       SI,SCT,Firemem,jailor,Warden

Registration              Online

Fee                           500/-

Exam Pattern           Online, Physical Test, Interview

Official Website


Every year, quite a lot of students register for the posts. Considering a track of the previous vacancies of AP Police recruitments is a good way to recognize your competition and prepare accordingly. Candidate should concentrates on physical tests even. Here we are presenting year wise vacancies have a glance

Post                            Vacancies in Number          Year

Constable                              11,696                    2020

Si                                              340                     2020

Driver Opr                                    85                    2019

Stipendiary Cadet Trainee        2,200                    2018

Warders                                       123                   2018

Firemen                                       400                   2018

Deputy Jailor                                 14                   2018

Eligibility Criteria

AP Police Recruitment lays down the eligibility for several different posts. This criterion remains the same throughout the years with some minor changes. As per the latest notifications, here are the latest eligibility criterion for AP Police Recruitment –

 Age Limit

Post            Min age      Max age

Constable           18                  25

SI                       18                  27

Driver Operator  18                  30

SCT                    21                  25

Warden              18                  30

Firemen              18                 30

Deputy Jailor      21                  30

SFO                    18                  30                   

Maximum age limit for women for the post of Deputy Jailor is 25.

Maximum age limit for SC/ST/OBC students is relaxed by 5 years.

Educational Qualifications

Post                        Education

Constable                Inter

SI                            degree

Driver Operator        Inter

SCT                          degree

Warden                    degree

Firemen                   degree

Deputy Jailor            Inter

SFO                          degree


Physical Standards

SI/SCT/RSI/Fire Officer   Male Height:167.6cm   Female 152.5cm

                                      Male Chest 86.3cm    Fem Weight  40kg

                                      Expansion +5cm


Deputy Jailor and for      Male Height:168cm      Female 153 cm                         

Other posts                     Male Chest 87cm         Weight  45.5kg

                                       Expansion +5cm



Application Process

Recruitment process is exclusively done through online. Need to visit official website to complete the registration process. Go to the official website of Andhra Pradesh Police by clicking here.



Constable          OC 500/- OBC 300/- SC/ST 150

SCT/Jailor/Fire Officer etc   OC 600/- local SC/ST 300

Fee to be paid online or can pay MeeSeva (e-Seva) or AP online center to pay the fee.

 Documents to be submitted

  1. HSC/SSC Certificate and Marksheet
  2. Matriculation/Graduation Certificate and Marksheet
  3. DOB Proof (Eg. Birth Certificate)
  4. Address Proof (Eg. Aadhar Card)
  5. Caste Certificate (if applicable)
  6. NCC Certificate (if applicable)
  7. Discharge Certificate (if applicable)
  8. Sports Certificate (if applicable)
  9. Employment Registration Certificate (if applicable)

Exam Pattern

To prepare the exam at the best you need to know the procedure and follow accordingly. The posts are varied so there is variation in most of the Exam Patterns but they generally have the following stages –

  • Preliminary Exam
  • Mains Exam
  • Physical Standards Test (PST)
  • Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  • Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  • Medical Standards Test (MST)
  • Personal Interview – PI
  • Verification of Documents

Prelims Exam Pattern

Paper   Subject        Marks Allotted     Duration

  1. Arithmetic/Reasoning/Mental Ability100        3 hrs
  2. General Studies                                100        3 hrs


  • The total marks for the Prelims exam are out of 200.
  • All questions will be objective type.
  • The medium of instruction will be Telugu or English
  • The paper will be in pen and paper mode.
  • black/blue pen to the exam center.

 Mains Exam Pattern

Subject   Marks Allotted   Type       Duration

English     100           Descriptive        3 hrs

Telugu      100           Descriptive        3 hrs

Arithmetic 100           Objective          3 hrs

General Studies  100  Objective          3 hrs


AP Police SI exam, Paper no. 3 and 4 will be of 200 marks each.

Paper no 3 and 4 will be objective type, that it will have MCQs.

Paper no. 1 and 2 will be descriptive types.

The duration of each paper is 3 hours.

Paper 1 syllabus

The syllabus may change as per government notifications, but here is a general overview of the topics covered in Paper 1, i.e. Arithmetic/Reasoning/Mental Ability –

General Mental Ability



Series Completion

Arithmetic Reasoning

Data Interpretation

Numbers and Relations

Cubes and Dice




Rational and Irrational Numbers



Real Numbers

Logical Reasoning

Decision Making

Problem Solving

Clocks and Calendars

Spatial Visualization

Visual Memory

Profit and Loss

Compound Interest





Comprehension, etc.

Paper 2 syllabus

AP Police paper 2 consists of questions from General Studies. This includes any events of national, international, or local interest. Here are some of the topics from Paper 2 –

Indian Culture

Andhra Pradesh History

Indian History


Indian Polity

Constitution of India

Current Events

Indian Freedom Struggle


Indian Economics

General Science

International Relations

Economic Developments

Disaster Management

Environmental Protection

Social, Cultural, Economic and Political History of India\

Rural Development

Planning and Economic Reforms of India


English and Telugu Syllabus

These papers are part of the mains exam. The papers will test the candidate’s understanding of the language, its usage as well as their writing styles. Questions on the following topics will come in the respective language –


Precis Writing

Letter Writing

Paragraph Writing

Report Writing

Translation to and from English/Telugu


Admit Card

AP Police admit cards are only be downloaded on the official website of the Andhra Pradesh Police. The admit cards will be made available at least three weeks before the exam is going to be held. You have to carry the admit card, as you will not be permitted to the exam center without it.

Exam Centers

The Exam Centers for the AP Police Recruitment are held in four different zones. You will be allocated a center in any of the four zones. You will have a option to choose the preferred zone during registration. On the other hand, the decision is in the hands of the AP Police. The results for all four zones are declared separately. The exam centers are also assigned as per the zones. Here are the four zones for AP Police Recruitment

Zone            Range

Zone – 1         Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram

Zone – 2         West Godavari, Krishna, East Godavari

Zone – 3         Prakasam, Nellore, Guntur

Zone – 4         Kurnool, Chittoor, Kadapa, Anantapur

Prelims Cut-Off

Category          Minimum Marks

General                         40%

OBC                               35%

SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen    30%

prelims are the qualifying exam.You will only be able to attempt the other parts of the recruitment if you clear Prelims.Marks obtained in this paper will not affect the other papers.

Physical Efficiency Test, the candidate has to finish within the allotted time. This differ with each post. There will be relaxations for Women, Ex-Servicemen, and those with reservations. The usual Events in the Physical Efficiency Test are as follows –

100-meter run

Long Jump

1600-meter run

Male candidates will be scored as per their performances in the above-mentioned events. The Physical Efficiency Test usually carries 100 marks. For certain posts, the Physical Efficiency Test is qualifying in nature. Before being able to attempt the Physical Efficiency Test, the candidate has to clear the Physical Measurement Test or. To clear PMT, the candidate has to fit the eligibility criteria for the posts in question.


Post            Base Pay         Grade Pay

Constable        5,020-20,200            2,000

Sub Inspector   9,300-34,800            4,200

Deputy SI         9,300-34,800            5,400

Home Guard      1,500-6,000               500