Schedule drawn for PET, other tests for recruitment of Constables in Valley

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, April 21
Jammu and Kashmir Police has drawn a schedule for conduct of Physical Endurance Test (PET) and other prescribed tests in respect of candidates belonging to Kashmir Province, who are seeking recruitment as Constables in response to the advertisement issued by the J&K Police Recruitment Board (PRB) on 8th October 2016. These tests shall commence with effect from 26th of April 2017. All the applicants conforming to the prescribed educational, physical and other required standards as per the advertisement issued on the subject, have been advised to strictly follow the scheduled date, time and also ensure compliance of the instructions given in the admit cards. The Candidates can download their admit cards from J&K Police website http://www.jkpolice.gov.in and bring the same along with them during their physical test. Candidates shall also bring along the original Testimonials in support of their qualification, age, Residence proof and reserved category etc on the given date and time. The candidates have also been advised to reaffirm that they meet the required physical and other standards before participating in the physical endurance test and other tests. Any candidate who participates in these events knowing that he she is short of the eligibility criteria or on account of some inadvertent man and machine error but is found ineligible at the time of physical Measurement Test, age bar at the time of checking of original certificates, he/she shall do so solely at his/her own peril and the PRB shall have no responsibility for any such eventuality. The candidates are advised to stick to the published schedule for each District and the candidates should report at the particular venue earmarked for each District against the Vacancies of the particular district they have applied for, which shall not be ordinarily altered or changed, according to the Chairman, Police Recruitment Board.

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