Indian Army Female GD Sample Papers 2021 Women Military Police

Indian Army has proposed recruitment for the females in the Indian Army GD last year, since then, a lot of females who had a dream to serve their country will now be fulfilled because of the introduction of females in the Indian Army. This decision was long-awaited and last year the Indian Army has released the notification for the next selection process that is to be held soon. According to the information, almost 99 positions are vacant in the Indian Army GD for the females. So, if you have the dream of serving your country, then this is the best time and opportunity to do that.

This article will provide you all the army female GD sample papers to prepare for the written examination which is a very important part of the selection process. The selection process for the female candidates will be almost similar to the male candidates, however the physical fitness and other physical criteria for women will have some relaxation. All the necessary information regarding the written examination selection criteria is provided in this article below.

Indian Army Female GD Sample Papers 2021 Women Military Police

If you are familiar with the type of questions that are asked in army gd, then you may know that the questions asked are quite easy. The syllabus of male and female is almost similar, and one can expect same type of questions for female GD as well.

Since female gd is a new edition to Indian army, therefore, the availability of posts is very less. In 2019 the recruitment was for 100 posts, while in 2021 it become 99. Since the posts are few and applications are accepted from all over the country, therefore, it results in tight competition. In fact, the competition is so high that they had to make a merit list just for the candidates whose application will be accepted.

So, to sum up if you really wish to see your name in the final merit list, then you will need to score lot more than passing marks as the final merit list may sometimes go upto 86% and more.

To get selected in the Indian army women military police, the candidate has to go through several rounds of the selection process, which includes medical tests, physical fitness, and the written examination. Except for the written examination, the females get a little relaxation in the other selection processes as compared to male gd. This article will help you with your preparation for the written examination, if you are a female and you aspire to join the Indian Army and serve with pride, then you should go through this article and check out the important points needed for the preparation of the examination.

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Indian army female gd sample paper

Along with all the important study techniques, we will provide you with the best and the latest army female paper which have been created by our experts. Through these sample papers, you will get the idea of how the written examination would be. The main purpose of these practice papers is not only to provide you with the important questions, these sample papers are useful if you solve them and understand the pattern of the examination and calculate your progress over time.

Solving the sample papers will improve your overall performance in the written examination, and it will also increase your paper solving speed. Which will give you an added advantage over the other candidates and you can finish your examination in the given time.

The written exam for female GD will be conducted soon.

Indian Army Women Military Police Syllabus And Marking Scheme

The syllabus of the GD male and GD female is not much different and the aspirants could also use the previous year papers of Indian Army GD. However, proper information of the syllabus is given in here and you can check it out and prepare accordingly. Along with the latest syllabus details you will also be provided with the marking scheme further in this article.

Indian Army GD Female Syllabus
Subjects No. of Questions Marks
General Knowledge (G.K) 15 30
General Science 20 40
Mathematics 15 30
Total 50 100
Qualifying Score 35

Note: In the written examination, there is also the concept of negative marking and for every wrong answer you enter, ½ marks will be deducted, and 2 marks will be rewarded for every right answer.

Also, scoring just passing is not enough, as you may know that after the CEE the final merit list is made based on PFT + CEE. So, it’s important that candidates try to score as much marks as possible. The written exam for women military police is not that hard, the level of questions are mostly easy, therefore, the competition here is not to pass but to get maximum marks possible.

So, above given were the marking pattern and the number of questions that could be asked from each subject. This may help you in understanding the syllabus better so you could accordingly prepare for the examination. Now, in the following paragraphs you will understand the weightage of each subject.

Indian Army GD Female Written Exam Pattern

In the table given below, you will be provided with the percentage value and weightage of each subject. So, according to that, you can prepare for the subjects that you are stronger at, for example, if you are weak in mathematics then you can focus more on other subjects and prepare the sufficient amount of questions important to score good marks in examination. Let us have a look at the table below:

Army Women Military Police Syllabus Weightage
Subjects Weightage
General Knowledge (G.K) 30
General Science 40
Mathematics 30

It is clear from the above table that the maximum percent weightage is of general science, and so it is very important to cover all the parts of General science. You can cover the basic concepts of mathematics and General knowledge and prepare accordingly. There will be a total of 50 objective type questions and the exam will be an hour-long and the total marks for the written exam will be 100 and to qualify the candidate has to score at least 35.

Indian Army GD Female Previous Year Papers

Although the level of the questions will be easy but to have a basic idea of the question papers for Indian Army female GD, you could check out the previous year question papers. The army female bharti exam paper pattern will be the same for both males and females, so to prepare better the females could look up the previous year question papers of Indian Army GD.

That was all the information about the Indian Army GD female sample papers, keep in mind all the important details provided in this article. All the information provided in this article has been taken from the Indian Army website and any changes in the pattern or syllabus of the examination will be made if any official notification is provided by the official sources.

If you have any doubts or any queries regarding this article or the written GD examination, then feel free to comment below and clear your doubts. We will get back to you as soon as possible and will help you in every way that we can. Until then good luck and prepare hard for your goals.

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  1. Hello sir
    I am 17+ so I can able to fill this form or not

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      The minimum age limit to apply for female GD is 17½. So, if you are above this age limit then you can apply.

  2. Vaishnavi S kupate

    In how many languages do the papers come?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      The paper will come in Hindi & English.

  3. Sir my father was in Indian army to unka relation cirtificate se kuch benifit hoga?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Yes, you will get relaxation in some physical criteria and the biggest advantage is that you will get extra marks in written exam.

  4. Jai Hind Sir
    Sir I was in ICSE BOARD in 10th and I was having 7 subjects and our % is calculated on the basis of 5 subjects only. So I am confused in filling the subjects in WMP form. Do I need to fill all the subject? Please clear this confusion sir.
    Jai Hind Sir!

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      You can fill all subjects, the percentage will be calculated for the best 5.

  5. Hlo sir i hv 77.6% in 10th class nd i m 20 and half years old can i get admit card 0r not

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      The cutoff for admit card of women MP post has not been released, but it’s expected to be more than 80%.

  6. Jai Hind! Sir, My name is Sridevi. There’s a small spelling mistake in my birth certificate. The same spelling is printed in my 10th marksheet. But the spelling in my Aadhar id, PAN card and bank a/c is different. Will it be enough if get an affidavit signed by the district magistrate or tehsildar to witness that I’m the same person? Or should I change my name in the birth certificate?

    Waiting for your fastest reply Sir. Jai Hind!

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Affidavit is enough. I don’t think there should be any problem.

  7. Hii Sir, isme negative marking hoti h kya h or kitne ki hoti h please sir isse confirm kar dijiye.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Yes, there will be negative marking of 0.5 marks. Since each question in army GD written exam is worth 2 marks, therefore, for every wrong answer 1 mark will be reduced.

  8. Sir indian army k liye taiyari krni h kuch idea dedo ya koi achi book bta doo?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Read our article ‘best books for army’ to know the best books that you can buy to prepare better for army female GD.

  9. Jyothi anumulapuri

    Do we have any interview for this job? Or the selection is done only based on written exam?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      There is no interview held for this post. The candidates are selected based on the merit list that is made on the basis of written exam marks.

  10. Hello sir, i am Sapna. Form sirf online fill hore hain ya offline bhi hore? Aur form kaha milega?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      The mode of application is only online, meaning there is no offline mode. To apply you need to first make a one time registration on join Indian army website. Read our article ‘Join Indian Army Registration 2021’ for more information. Just search ‘army registration’ in the search box.

  11. Hello sir i am Arshi chauhan and i got 88% in 10 so can i get the the admit card for women military police?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      Weather you will get admit card or not will depend on the cutoff. Last year it was 85%. Since you have 88%, therefore, i would say you have good chances.

  12. Hello sir i am Nisha. Can i join Indian army?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      If you fulfil all the required eligibility criteria and if you pass through all the tests, then you can surely join Indian army.

  13. Hi sir, my age is 18 years and my height is 148 cm as per notification the height must be 152. But when I checked on eligibility option at it showed that I’m eligible to apply for women military police. Am I really eligible sir?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      As per the standard notice, minimum height required is 152 cm (unless you are eligible for relaxation in height). Even if you somehow register, chances are that they may disqualify you while the real height measurement is done. Anyway, there is nothing wrong in applying, you should apply and see your luck.

  14. Sir mera date of birth 5 Oct 2004 hai ky mai apply kr skti hu

  15. Namashkar sir,
    My name is Merina Joseph and am from Karnataka. Sir, i would like to join Indian army. And my qualification is BA final year. And my SSLC percentage was 72 and PUC percentage was 68. So respected sir, what I have to to?

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      You will first need to make your profile on official army website, after that when the notification for female gd recruitment is out then apply for it. Once the application is accepted and you are shortlisted for physical test, then you have to prepare yourself for physical, medical & written test. And if you make it to the final merit list, then you will join the Indian army as women military police.

  16. Hello sir, i have secured 47% in class 10th and 49% in 12th, 54% in graduation and 67% in MA. I am 25 years old. Can i apply for this post? my height is 153 cm.

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      You are overaged to apply for this female military police or soldier GD. The maximum age allowed is 21 years.

  17. M. Bhuvaneshwari

    Sir, I’m Bhuvaneshwari I’m CA 1st year, but how can I get in Indian army? i want became a soldier

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      If you want to join army as soldier GD i.e women military police then all you need to do is apply when the vacancies are available (stay in touch with this website for rally notification) and if your application is accepted and your name appears in the cutoff then after clearing physical, medical and written test you can join Indian army. Fore more details please search for “how to join Indian army” in the search box of this website.

  18. Sir I am Lili khatua from ctc. I have 55% in class 10th & 49.5% in 12th. Can I join Indian army

    1. Prof. Rajeev Mehra

      You satisfy the minimum educational criteria for female GD, therefore you can apply for this post. But, let me tell you that the cutoff for female GD goes very high even just to enter the physical test.

  19. Hello sir, I am Jagriti Sharma I am 18 years old, In the 10th class, I got 45%. So, can I join the Indian army? It’s my childhood dream.

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      If you are able to score 45% marks overall in the class 10th and a minimum of 33% marks in each subject. Then you are eligible for the post, else not.
      Also, according to your age, you are eligible.

  20. Jai Hind sir my name is Sowmya I want to be an army officer. But I have no idea how can I start, and how can I apply please sir help me with this. And my qualifications is also not higher. I just completed my 10th with 72% or Mujhe nahi lagta ki is se koi problem hogi. Aap Mujhe suggests kijiye sir.

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      You can check our article on “Indian Army Online Registration” for the complete registration problem.
      Also to check eligibility you can check our article on “Indian Army Female GD Eligibility”.
      Also, do check the article on “Indian Army Female Bharti 2021”.

  21. Vaishnavi khandagale

    Sir, I am in Third-year diploma. Can I apply for this women’s bhrti.

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      As per your qualification you can apply if you scored 45% marks overall in the class 10th and a minimum of 33% marks in each subject of Class 10th/Matric. Also to know about other qualifications & post related query then you can follow our article.

  22. Dharmendra prajapati

    Hi sir,
    My name is Dharmendra prajapati. I have 72% in tenth. And is 83% in twelfth. In the twelfth I had an agricultural subject. please Detailed tell me that am i eligible for indian army?

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Dharmendra,
      If you also scored 33% in each subject in class 10th then according to your educational qualification you are eligible for the post.

  23. Roshani pramod talokar

    Namshkar sir. I am bsc computer student .
    I can join indian army ….
    Plz. Information that

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Roshani,
      Yes, you are eligible for Female GD, you should have passed Matric or SSLC or 10th passed or any equivalent exam with a recognized board. With 45% marks overall in the class 10th and a minimum of 33% marks in each subject of Class 10th/Matric.

  24. sir, army me ling Muda hone per kya rejecat ker denge

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Sumit,
      No, the curved penis is not a problem in the Indian army.

  25. Name tattoo is inner side in the little finger sir… is that permitted or not?? Plzz clear it sir

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Chelsiya,
      In the army, Only small innocuous tattoos, that are not prejudicial to good order and military discipline are permitted e.g. religious symbols or names of near and dear ones, etc. & the Inner face of forearms i.e. from inside of the elbow to the wrist of both the hands is permitted in the army, Also the reverse side of the palm/back (dorsal) side of
      both hands.

  26. नंदिनी गंगाधर स्वामी

    सर मैंने 11वी और 12वी commerce से की हे तो मुझे army की कौंसी पोस्ट मिल सकती है .

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Nadini,
      For Female GD you should have passed Matric or SSLC or 10th passed or any equivalent exam with recognized board. With 45% marks overall in the class 10th and a minimum of 33% marks in each subject of Class 10th/Matric.

  27. Sir my eye power is -5 can i selected!!

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Barsha,
      If your eyes are weak or have some kind of disease, then chances are that you will be rejected in medical.

  28. Sucharitha mokirala

    Sir if I attend the rally and if I select in that rally and medical test.
    After these both selections
    Will the exam conducted on the same day or will it take some time period for the exam?
    I mean on the same day these 3 things will be conducted or not? Plz, give me an information sir.

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Hello Sucharitha,
      Exams don’t conduct on the same day it will take some time period for exams to be conducted.

  29. Sir… I hv secured 95% in my 10th board. I think I have a little bit problem in my eye. Is there any chance of selection?

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      By problem if you mean that your eyes are weak or have some kind of disease, then chances are that you will be rejected in medical.

  30. Namaskar sir, women military police selection date kab tak aneki ummeed hai?

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      Right now there is no information on when will the selection process begin. Keep in touch with the official website, and keep checking your mail and army profile from time to time. Also, we update all the latest rallies and recruitment that are announced my Indian army, so you can keep in touch with our “upcoming army recruitment” page.

  31. Sir mera 85% hai sir mera ho jayega ke nhi?

    1. Prof. Mohan Singh Rawat

      The cutoff is 85% which means that candidates having less then 85% will not get admit card. But even if you have 85% then also it is not fixed if you will get admit card or not. In the recruitment notification it was clearly mentioned that after cutoff if there are still a lot of candidates with same percentage, then preference will be given to candidates with more age.

      Also, if there are lot of candidates who have greater percentage then you, then you may not get the admit card. So, far we have got a lot of complaints from our reader stating that they have more than 85% in class 10th, still they are not getting the admit card.

      In any case, if you are to get admit card, then you should get the email from official website. Also, keep checking for the same in your profile. Hope you will get your admit card.

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