The Ladakh Police Constable PET/ PST exam admit card has been released at ladakhpolicerecruitment.in. by the Administration of Union Territory of Ladakh, Police Headquarters. Candidates can login with their mobile number to download the admit card. The exam is to be conducted from March 15, 2022. The exam date, time and exam centre details allotted to the candidates will be intimidated to the candidates. Further, candidates will be able to find important instructions pertaining to the exam day. There are a total of 213 vacancies, with pay scale ranging from Rs.19,900 to Rs.63,200.
Steps to download the admit card for PET/ PST
Step 1: Open the website ladakhpolicerecruitment.in or click on the direct link provided here.
Step 2: Enter your mobile number and click on ‘Send OTP’.
Step 3: Now, enter the OTP sent to your mobile number and login.
Step 4: Select the ‘Download admit card’ tab on top.
Step 5: Enter your application number and submit.
Step 6: Click on ‘Show Admit card’ option now.
The admit card will now be visible.
- Candidates should take a printed copy of the admit card to the exam centre, inorder to appear for the exam.
- Candidates should also carry all their original documents and a self-attested passport size photograph with them on the exam day.
- Candidates should not carry any electronic devices or purse to the exam hall.
- Owing to the COVID, it is advised that the candidates maintain social distancing and follow the general instructions provided at the exam centre.
- Candidates should reach the exam centre, strictly at the reporting time allotted to them.
PET/ PST Details
I. Physical Measurement Test – This is qualifying in nature. Candidates have to satisfy the minimum body measurements to qualify for the next stage. Height- Male (min. 162 cm); Female (min. 152 cm). Unexpended chest for male candidates (81 cm) and expended chest for male candidates (85 cm).
II. Physical Endurance Test – PET carries 50 marks, with 2 tests, each carrying 25 marks. The candidates have to participate in long race (male – 1600 meters; female – 1o00 meters) and short sprint (100 meters). Candidates will be awarded the marks based on their speed and time taken to complete the tests.
III. Verification of documents submitted.
IV. Desired qualification test – Candidates should either be proficient in driving LMV and possess their license or they should have completed a one year certificate course in computer application. For the former, the driving test will be conducted. For the latter, a written test will be conducted.
V. Written examination – The exam consists of 100 objective questions to be answered in 80 minutes. Each question carries 1 mark, and there is no negative marking. There are 4 sections in the paper – General Knowledge (60 marks); Reasoning (15 marks); General Science (10 marks) and Arithmetic abilities (15 marks).