Railway Protection Force (RPF) has introduced the admit cards for the recruitment exam for Group A, B, and F candidates. The examination for the classes A, B, and F will begin on January 17, 2019 and end on January 25, 2019. RPF was releasing acknowledge cards prior to the exam. The admit card that is released today is for the examination which will be run on January 15, 2019.
RPF is running examinations for Sub-Inspector and Constable vacancies in all six groups simultaneously.
RPF Admit Card 2019: How to download?
Step 1: Visit the official RPF site or click on this direct link – RPF Constable Group A, B, F – Admit Card 2019 Released
Step 2: Click on the ”call Letter’ link on the home page.
Step 3: Click on the Group below which you’ve applied for recruiting, i.e. A, B, or F.
Step 4: Enter your registration number and date of arrival.
Step 5: Click on ‘Login’ and then download your admit card.
RPF recently postponed the Sub Inspector (SI) selection exam that was scheduled to be held on January 9. The new examination dates will be announced shortly.
The admit card RPF Constable is a significant record. Candidates must take it on test day, in good shape and as a hard copy. Together with the admit card, the candidates will also have to carry one photo identification and passport size photograph. A valid photo id can be Aadhaar Card, Voter Id Card, PAN Card, Passport, etc.. Additionally, the picture to be carried should be just like that uploaded from the application form.
The RPF CBT will be an objective type examination. Candidates will get 4 to 5 options of answer for each question and only one of it will be right. In all, there’ll be 120 questions at the exam and these will be asked from Arithmetic, General Intelligence and Reasoning, and General Awareness on current affairs.
From Arithmetic and General Intelligence and Reasoning, 35 queries will be requested. However, the number of queries in the General Awareness section will be 50. All these questions will probably be of 1 marks and for choosing an incorrect response, negative marking of 1/3 marks will be done.
To be eligible the examination, candidates will need to score over the minimum qualifying marks. The minimum percentage of marks will need to qualify the examination is 35 percent but the candidates belonging to SC and ST category just should secure 30% marks. PwD candidates can get a relaxation of 2% when there is a lack of PwD applicants in relation to the vacancies reserved for them.