SSC GD Physical Admit card 2019: PET, PST exam dates check here

CRPF is all set to conduct the PET and PST Exam 2019. The SSC GD Constable Physical Test is scheduled to be held from August 13 to September 25, 2019.

CRPF is all set to conduct the PET and PST Exam 2019. The SSC GD Constable Physical Test is scheduled to be held from August 13 to September 25, 2019.

CRPF is all set to conduct the PET and PST Exam 2019. The SSC GD Constable Physical Test is scheduled to be held from August 13 to September 25, 2019. As already the SSC GD Physical Admit card 2019 has been released by CRPF on its official website. All those who have applied for the Exam can download from the official website of CRPF i.e. crpf.gov.in or the direct link given below.

Earlier, SSS had given opportunity to candidates to submit their grievances to the concerned Regional Office of the Commission till July 31, 2019, if they found any discrepancy with respect to their data/result. Below you can check official Notification in PDF format released by the SSC.

CRPF PET PST Exam 2019: Exam dates

As the Exam will be conducted on Next week of August. We have closer eyes on every updates of SSC. All candidates who qualified in Computer Based Examination can download the SSC GD PET/PST Admit card 2019 from the official website of CRPF.

Earlier Staff Selection Commission had declared SSC GD Constable Computer Based Exam Result 2019 on June 20, 2019. This year, more than 5 Lakh Candidates have been Shortlisted for PST/PET Round out of which 4,65,632 are male candidates and 68,420 are female candidates.

CRPF PET, PST Exam 2019: Marking scheme

An approximate ratio for Selection for the PET/PST is 1:10. The commission has also released the Cut-off details of Male/Female candidates qualified in the CBT. It is to be noted that SSC GD Constable Exam 2019 was conducted from 11 February 2019 to 11 March 2019 across the country. The admit cards for SSC GD PET/PST will be uploaded shortly. Call letters to candidates qualified for PET/ PST will be issued by the Nodal CAPF.

The final selection of the candidate will be based on the performance of candidate in Computer Based Examination (CBE), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST) and Detailed Medical Examination (DME).

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