Punjab Police constable physical test call letter 2016 (PET-PST) admit card

By | June 14, 2016

Punjab Police constable physical test call letter 2016 (PET-PST) admit card | Punjab Police constable PET Call letter | Punjab Police constable PST Call letter download | PP Physical admit card.

Latest job notification released in Punjab state is to recruit the new candidates for the posts of Constable and SI, in Punjab Police Department. For these posts there are about 6635 seats vacant within the department for both male and female candidates. The selection will be based on various tests such as written test, Physical Standard Test (PST), Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and a medical test. The process to apply for these exams will be started in the month of June 2016 and will also be completed in June 2016 itself.

Punjab Police constable physical test call letter 2016

The dates for the tests is not mentioned yet but will be declared soon. In PST and PET tests, the required male candidates’ conditions are that he should be of minimum 5 feet 7 inches and the female candidates must be of minimum 5 feet 3 inches. After that the candidates will have to qualify the physical efficiency test in which males will have to run a race of 1600 meters and the female candidates will have to run 800 meters race. Some other physical tests will also be there such as high jump, long jump etc. The medical test and the written test are also of the equivalent importance. And the candidate must ensure to qualify all these tests in order to get selected for the mentioned post.

But to appear in the exam, the participating candidate must have their respective hall ticket/admit cards. After the applying process is over, applicants will get more eager to get the admit cards. They will try finding out the admit cards on the different websites by putting on their different terms. But to make this process much simpler, the Punjab Police Department is going to release the admit cards on the main web link of the department. Candidates must visit the site and download the respective hall ticket/admit cards, as the applicant who will be without the admit cards will not be given permission to sit in the examination hall.

Punjab Police constable physical test admit card 2016

Admit card or we can say Hall Ticket is one of the most needy document for every exam & to every single participant. Admit cards/Hall Ticket contains lots of important information about the test and the appearing participant. Details such as name of the examination center, date for the conduction of exam, name of the participant, venue for the exam, and the identification of the participants are printed on the admit card/hall ticket. Some valuable instructions are also mentioned on the hall tickets (Admit Cards), which the candidates are suggested not to forget & follow in the examination hall. It is demanded by every single applicant and for all participants of the exam it will be displayed on the official URL of the Punjab Police Department. Candidates must get the admit card from the department’s main website. As the participants who will be there without the admit cards will not be permitted to take part in the exam.

How to Download the Punjab Police constable physical call letter 2016 …?

  1. Visit this official link of Punjab Police.
  2. And in some seconds the home page will be appeared.
  3. On the main page seek for the most appropriate link for the Punjab Police constable physical test call letter 2016.
  4. After clicking on the link, select the respective link for the Exam Admit Card 2016.
  5. Then enter the mandatory details such as candidates’ name, date of birth of candidate, registration number etc.
  6. After entering all such details click on submit.
  7. Within fraction of seconds the admit card for the details entered will be visible on the screen.
  8. Candidates can download it by just clicking on the download link.
  9. After the complete download, take a print of the admit card for further use.

Punjab Police official website – punjabpolice.gov.in

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