It is big satisfactory news for all those candidates who are waiting for physical eligibility tests for the SSC GD constable recruitment 2019 examinations. All the candidates who are shortlisted for the physical test can download their admit cards or hall tickets from the official website of Staff Selection Commission (SSC) till August 30, 2019.
The PET/PST would be held in the month of August and September according to sources. All the details related to the exam venue, the timing of the examinations as well as the date of the test would be mentioned in the admit card of the candidate. The shortlisted candidates can download the admit card from the official website of CRPF- gdconst.crpfexam.in.
Now candidates should start working on physical fitness as the admit cards for PET/ PST are released it is high time for them. It is interesting to know that 5,34.052 candidates successfully cleared the computer-based test(CBT )which was conducted earlier this year. The result of CBT was declared on June 20, 2019.
It is advisable that those students who are going to appear for the physical eligibility test in the upcoming months should bring- one original photo ID proof which includes your Aadhar card, driving license, PAN card or any other document proving your identity, along with that candidate is supposed to take the printout of the admit card provided by SSC. Also, the candidate should bring a colored passport size photograph It should be the same as one uploaded during the registration.
How to download the admit card?
1. Visit the official website of CRPF
2. From this website, you will be redirected to a new page where you supposed to enter your login details.
4. If your details got verified then the admit card of SSC GD 2019 will appear on the screen.
5. From here you can download the admit card and take the print out.
Advisable for the candidates that they should go through the official notification released by the SSC for the particular exam and read all the points very carefully in order to avoid any kind of unfortunate situation during the test.