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Central Police Force Constable Exam will be multilingual

In a historic move, the Central Police Forces Constable exam will now be conducted in 13 regional languages alongside Hindi and English. From February 10 to March 7, an estimated 4.8 million candidates from 128 cities nationwide are set to take part in this groundbreaking exam.

New Delhi: In a historic move, the Central Police Forces Constable exam will now be conducted in 13 regional languages alongside Hindi and English. From February 10 to March 7, an estimated 4.8 million candidates from 128 cities nationwide are set to take part in this groundbreaking exam.

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The decision to introduce regional languages aims to foster greater participation from local youth in the central police forces. Alongside English and Hindi, the exam paper will feature questions in Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Odia, Punjabi, Manipuri, and Konkani.

This monumental step, initiated by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC), underscores a commitment to inclusivity and accessibility in the recruitment process. Stay tuned for updates as aspiring candidates gear up for this historic opportunity! 🚓📚 #CentralPoliceExam #MultilingualInitiative

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