The admit cards for the sub-inspector exam have been released by the Punjab Police on the official website punjabpolice.gov.in. Candidates who have successfully applied for the SI recruitment 2021 of the Punjab Police can now download the admit cards. The online written examination is going to be held on August 17, 2021.
Punjab Police Sub Inspector Admit Card 2021
This recruitment drive will fill up the vacancies in four cadres based on the computer-based test (CBT) followed by the Physical Measurement Test (PMT) and Physical Screening Test (PST). To download the admit cards for the CBT or written examination, candidates must follow the steps given below:
Step 1- Visit punjabpolice.gov.in and find the ‘Recruitment’ tab on the left of the screen.
Step 2- On clicking the tab, the candidates will be taken to a new page.
Step 3- Now, they have to click on the link that reads ‘Recruitment to the post of sub-inspector’.
Step 4- Candidates will now have to click on the link for online application and related information.
Step 5- This will take them to a new page where they have to click on the login button on the right side of the screen.
Step 6- Candidates can now provide the login credentials like application number and password to proceed.
Step 7- In the next step, they have to click on the ‘Sub Inspector’ tab and click on the ‘Edit/View’ button below the ‘Action’ menu.
Step 8- After that, the candidates must click on the ‘Admit card’ button to download and print the admit cards for Paper I and II.
Note that the admit card contains information like personal details, examination date and timings and the required instructions. Candidates are advised to crosscheck these details before downloading the admit cards. In case any discrepancy arises regarding these details, then the candidates can reach out to the help desk of the Punjab Police. On the day of the examination, candidates have to carry ID proof like passport, voter ID, PAN card, driving license, etc.
The written examination will be MCQ-based in which for every correct answer, 1 mark will be awarded. But, in case of wrong answers, 25% of the mark allotted for each question will be deducted. Paper I will be for a duration of 2 hours in which the candidates have to answer 100 questions covering general awareness, quantitative aptitude and numerical skills and Punjabi language. Similarly, Paper II will cover the same number of questions on topics like logical and analytical reasoning and data interpretation, digital literacy and computer awareness and English language. After qualifying for the written examination, the candidates will be called for document verification and the physical eligibility test.