The Lokarakshak Recruitment Board, Gujarat has announced the results for the Gujarat Police LRB Constable PET/PST results. Candidates who have appeared for the test can now check the merit list from the official website – lrdgujarat2021.in. As per the official site, the physical test was conducted from December 03, 2021, in around 15 centers across the state. The selected candidates will now be eligible to appear for the next stage of the exam, which is the written test.
How to check?
The LRD result 2022 has been declared in the form of a merit list containing the confirm number, roll number, name of the candidate, gender, category, ex-man, running NET time, and marks. To know how to check the list from the official website, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official website of the Lokarakshak Recruitment Board at lrdgujarat2021.in
Step 2- Press the ‘Click Here’ button beside ‘Physical test of Lokarakshak cadre’.
Step 3- The PDF version of the results will open on a new page.
Step 4- Go through the PDF and check the results.
Direct Link to Check Gujarat Police LRB Constable PET/PST Result – Click Here
In case a candidate wants to submit an objection regarding the details of the physical test, then they should attach a copy of the collator along with the application form at the designated address. This has to be done via speed post or courier service. Due to the COVID-19 situation, face-to-face applications will not be submitted.
A total of 10,459 vacancies are going to be filled via this recruitment examination. The written examination for the qualified and shortlisted candidates is going to be conducted on April 10, 2022. In the written examination, there will be a total of 100 objective-type questions. Candidates have to complete the test within a duration of 02 hours. The total marks of the exam will be 100 which means that every question will have 01 mark allotted to them.
The question paper will cover General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Computer Knowledge, Psychology, History, Geography, Sociology, Mental Ability, Science, Basic Principles of the Constitution of India, Indian Criminal Act, Criminal Procedure Act and Indian Evidence Act. It must be noted that the written exam is going to be conducted in the multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and the candidates have to mark the answers on an OMR sheet. There will be a negative marking of 0.5 marks. However, if a candidate does not attempt a question, then no mark will be deducted.