TNUSRB Constable Hall Ticket 2021 Announced | Download TNUSRB Constable Admit card 2021

TNUSRB Hall Ticket 2021: TAMIL NADU UNIFORMED SERVICES RECRUITMENT BOARD which in short called TNUSRB, invited application for Common Recruitment for the posts of Gr.II Police Constable, Gr. II Jail Warder and Fireman 2020. The exam was conducted on 13th December 2020. The answer key for the exam was published on 16 December 2020 and the Result for the written examination published on 19 February 2021. Now the CV-PMT-ET-PET test planned to conduct in 20 centres from 26 July 2021. For detailed information regarding the vacancies, qualifications and other pre-exam data, visit the link – TNUSRB – RECRUITMENT DETAILS. Keep reading the below sections to know about the information related to hall ticket and exam details.

TNUSRB Hall Ticket 2019

TNUSRB Hall Ticket 2021:

Name of the exam Common Recruitment for the posts of Gr.II Police Constable, Gr.II Jail Warder and Fireman
Official Website https://www.tnusrbonline.org/
Release date of Hall Ticket/Call letter for CV-PMT-ET-PET July 3rd week (Expected)
CV-PMT-ET-PET Date From 26 July 2021
Announcement of Results To be Notified

How To Download My TNUSRB Hall Ticket/Call letter?

TNSURB Hall ticket is mandatory to be allowed inside the exam hall. Make sure you carry a photocopy of the hall ticket to your exam. You might be prohibited from writing the exam if you fail to do so. To Download your TNUSRB hall ticket, follow the below steps given.

Step 1 – Visit the official website of TNUSRB – https://www.tnusrbonline.org/

Step 2 – Notifications related to the exam will be available there. Click on the respective link. (Pointed with an arrow mark)TNSURB Hall Ticket Step 1

Step 3 –  Clicking on the appropriate link will take you to a login page.

TNSURB Hall Ticket Step 3Step 4 –  Enter the credentials and click on Login. You will be having your “Hall Ticket/Call letter” available for download there.

Step 5 –  Take a printout of the hall ticket for future use.



CV-PMT-ET-PET Centers: 20 Centers

  • Chennai City
  • Kancheepuram District
  • Villupuram District
  • Cuddalore District
  • Vellore District
  • Tiruvannamalai District
  • Dharmapuri District
  • Salem District
  • Coimbatore District
  • Trichy District
  • Pudukkottai District
  • Thanjavur District
  • Madurai District
  • Madurai City
  • Virudhunagar District
  • Dindigul District
  • Ramanathapuram District
  • Tirunelveli District
  • Tirunelveli City
  • Thoothukudi District

Details Available In The Hall Ticket:

The following details will be available in the TNSURB Hall Ticket.

  • Name of the Candidate.
  • Registration Number of the Candidate.
  • Date of Birth of the Candidate.
  • Exam Venue and address.
  • Batch.
  • Reporting Time.
  • Starting Time of the Exam.
  • Photo of the Candidate.
  • Signature of the Candidate.
  • General Instructions.

Exam Pattern:

The exam pattern for the TNUSRB consists of the following 5 categories as a selection process. The total number of marks for this exam is 100 marks.

  1. Written Exam
  2. Physical Measurement Test
  3. Endurance Test
  4. Physical Efficiency Test
  5. Special Marks for NCC / NSS / Sports / Games.

Written Exam:

The written exam consists of objective type questions for 80 marks. A total of 80 questions of which 50 questions will be from general knowledge and 30 questions will be from Psychology. The timing for this exam is 80 minutes. A preliminary answer key will be released from the second day of the exam. Candidates can go through it and if they find any difference of opinion in the answers they can send it to the officials with proper proof. This procedure is accepted only for 7 days from the day of releasing the preliminary answer key. The candidates must secure a minimum score of 28 to be eligible for the next round of selection.

Physical Measurement Test and Endurance Test:

These two tests are for qualifying purposes only and do not contain any marks. These two tests contain predefined measurements which the candidates must possess to be eligible for the next round. These two rounds contain details about the candidates such as height, chest measurement, the timing with which they are able to run a particular distance, etc. The candidates must pass the Physical Measurement Test to be able to go for the Endurance Test.

Physical Efficiency Test:

For Male Candidates – This test contains Rope Climbing, Long Jump, High Jump, and Running.

For Female and Transgender Candidates – This test contains Shot Put or Throwing Cricket Ball, Long Jump, and Running.

Three chances will be given to each candidate in the Rope climbing, long jump,high jump, and Shot Put. The best score of the three will be taken for evaluation. For running only one chance will be given.

Special Marks for NCC / NSS / Sports / Games:

This test is for a total of 5 marks. Candidates having won certificates in NCC or NSS or in any sports are games will be given special marks provided they submit their proper certificates. The candidates will be given any marks between a minimum of 0.5 to a maximum of 2 marks according to the level of certificates (District level / National Level Etc.)  they provide.

For Detailed information regarding the allocation of marks and other related information, visit the link – TNUSRB Brochure.



Final Provisional Selection List:

After all of the above-mentioned selection process is over, Candidates with the highest aggregate score will be selected and allocation of posts will be done as per their marks. If one or more candidates have the same marks, then they will be selected based on their Date of Birth, Which means that the candidate who was born earlier will be given the preference. The final result will be available on the official website of TNUSRB.

TNSURB Hall Ticker 2021 FAQ:

1. What are the venues of the Physical Test?

There are 20 venues allocated for Physical Test. Check your hall ticket for the venue of your exam.

2. Whom should I contact for any queries related to the exam?

For any technical queries related to the exam, contact 044 - 40016200. You can also mail your queries to - [email protected]

3. Are there any negative markings for the written exam?

No, there are no negative markings for the TNUSRB written exam.