Kolkata Police Admit Card 2017
The Kolkata Police Recruitment Board has released a notification for the recruitment of police constable posts across various departments in the state of Kolkata. There are almost 1167 vacancies to be filled. Interested and Eligible candidates have already been applied for the post, and now they all are in search for the release of the Admit Card for the exam. The candidates who have applied for the recruitment Exam 2017 are requested to download the Admit Card for the Exam as soon as available. The authority has not yet scheduled the date for the test. So the candidates need to download the Admit card as soon as possible.
Name of the organisation: Kolkata Police Recruitment Board (KPRB)
Name of the post: Police Constable
Total Post: 1167
Job Location: West Bengal
Admit Card: Available Now
Selection process: Physical test and interview
Download Kolkata Police Hall Ticket 2017 – KPRB Constable Call Letter
The candidates who are shortlisted in the written test will have to undergo Physical Standard Test and Physical Efficiency test before the personal interview. They will have to pass the physical tests to be considered for the final selection list. The physical fitness is must for the position. The cut off marking is different for all the categories. Cut off the mark for General candidates is 35% and for SC/ST the minimum percentage is 33%.
Procedure to Download Kolkata Police Hall Ticket 2017
- Visit the Official Website portal of the organisation.
- Click on the link for Kolkata Police Admit Card 2017
- Provide aspirant Registration Number or Name in Mandatory fields
- Submit it
- Your Hall Ticket will be displayed on the screen
- Download it
- Take a copy of the Hall Ticket for further reference
For this exam, the final date will be announced very soon and candidates who are going to attend it they all should obtain the admit cards as soon as released. The updates regarding the Board and the examination can regularly be viewed by visiting this page. We will be updating all the released notifications.