West Bengal Police Admit Card 2019 for Sub Inspector of Police wil be Released Soon!

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West Bengal Police Admit Card: West Bengal police announced notification for the post of SubInspector on 9 August 2019. The detailed notification and eligibility criteria are available in the West Bengal Police Recruitment. The vacancies of this post are around 668. The vacancies are separated into an armed and unarmed branch. Before applying for this position, candidates must read the notification carefully. The online application process is going on and it will ends on 9 September 2019. The candidates can download the e-Admit Cards from the website if it is released.

West Bengal Police Admit Card

West Bengal Police Admit Card 2019:

It is an excellent opportunity for job seekers who are all waiting for Police Jobs. The candidates with any degree are eligible to apply for this post. The applicants must have the age between 20 to 27 years. 0nly 17 days more to apply for this post. After the online application portal is closed admit process will be started. The admit card is released only for the shortlisted application.

The admit card for Sub Inspector of police will be released soon. It will be released in the official website of wbpolice.gov.in, or we activate the link in this page. Before that, candidates who are not applying for this post first apply. Admit card is mandatory for writing the exam. Candidates without admit card and valid government id proof are not allowed to write the exam. The recruitment board allotted the time for checking for the admit card. So the candidates who are all applied first download the admit card when it is released. The link of the admit card will be active until the date of the exam. The candidates must have only the hard copy of the admit card during the exam. Further details about the post:

Name of the organisation West Bengal Police
Job Role Sub Inspector
Total Vacancies 778
Job Location West Bengal
Last Date to Apply 9 September 2019
Admit Card Status Released Soon
Official Website wbpolice.gov.in

How to download West Bengal Police Admit Card?

Admit card is must for writing the exam. Applicants must have registration id and password to download the admit card. The hard copy of the admit card only accepted during the exam. Steps for downloading the admit card:

Step 1: Vist the official website(wbpolice.gov.in)
Step 2: Click on the recruitment tab
Step 3: Then select the Recruitment from the category
Step 4: Next click on the admit card for Sub Inspector
Step 5: Finally enter the login credentials and then download the admit card

After downloading the admit card candidates must check the details entered in the admit card is correct or not. If it is wrong informed the recruitment to correct it. The contact details are available on the official website.

Selection Process:

The selection process is based on the Preliminary Examination, Physical Measurement Test (PMT), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Final Combined Competitive Examination and Personality Test

Syllabus for Examinations:

Preliminary examination and Paper I of the Final Combined Competitive Examination:

General Studies and Arithmetic:

  • General Studies: Questions will be sent to test the General Knowledge of candidates in different spheres.
  • Logical & Analytical Reasoning: Questions will be set to test the logical and analytical ability of the candidate.
  • Arithmetic: Questions will be set on the basis of the syllabus of Madhyamik Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

Paper II and Paper III of the Final Combined Competitive Examination:

Paper II – English:

  • Drafting of a report from the points or material supplied.
  • Translation from Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali, as the case may be to English,
  • Condensing of a prose passage (summary/precis)
  • Correct use of words, correction of sentences, use of common phrases, synonyms and antonyms etc.

Paper III – Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali:

  • Drafting of a report from the points or material supplied.
  • Translation from English to Bengali and English to Nepali for the candidates who have opted for ‘Bengali’ or ‘Nepali’ respectively and translation from Hindi/Urdu to Bengali for the candidates who have opted for Hindi or Urdu.
  • The translation shall be of 20(twenty) marks.