Railway Protection Force (RPF) has released RPF Constable Admit Card 2019 for Group A, B and F. The admit cards have been released online, on constable.rpfonlinereg.org. It was expected that RPF will release the admit card by January 07, i.e. but the issuance was delayed and the admit card has been released today, on January 10, 2019.
In order to download RPF Constable Group A, B and F Admit Card 2019, candidates need to visit the official website. There on the right hand side, candidates will see multiple red colour tabs. The 4th tab is for “Call Letter”. Click on that tab. Following it, three boxes for Group A, Group B, and Group C will be displayed. Click on your the tab for your Group and access the login by entering registration number and date of birth. The login will look as shown below.
SC / ST candidates, who submitted their caste certificate in the application form will also be able to download travel authority along with the admit card. The travel authority is a free travel pass. Candidates will be able to travel for free, if they will carry this travel pass. It is important to note that this is only applicable if candidates will travel via train.
The admit card of RPF Constable is an important document. Candidates should carry it on exam day, in good condition and as a hard copy. Along with the admit card, the candidates will also have to carry one photo id and passport size photograph. A valid photo id can be Aadhaar Card, Voter Id Card, PAN Card, Passport, etc. Also, the photograph to be carried should be the same as that uploaded in the application form.
The RPF CBT will be an objective type exam. Candidates will get 4 to 5 choices of answer for each question and only one of it will be correct. In all, there will be 120 questions in 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 questions will be asked. However, the number of questions in General Awareness section will be 50. All of these questions will be of 1 marks and for choosing incorrect answer, negative marking of 1/3 marks will be done.
To qualify the examination, candidates will have to score more than the minimum qualifying marks. The minimum percentage of marks need to qualify the exam is 35% but the candidates belonging to SC and ST category only need to secure 30% marks. PwD candidates can get a relaxation of 2% if there is a shortage of PwD candidates in relation to the vacancies reserved for them.