Railway Protection Force (RPF) has released the RPF Constable Admit Card for Group C and D. It has been released on the official website, constable.rpfonlinereg.org. RPF Constable exam for Phase 5 will be held from February 2 to 19, 2019, and the candidates will have to carry the admit card on the exam day.
To download the RPF Constable Group C and D Admit Card, candidates are required to visit the official website. Next, candidates have to click on the appropriate link of the “Call Letter”. Then, make sure you click on the link of “Group C” and “Group D”. Thereafter, enter your registration number and date of birth. The Admit Card will appear on the screen. Candidates should download and take a print out of the same to carry it on the day of examination. In order to get access to the admit card, candidates have to enter their login details as given in the image below.
RPF Constable Admit Card is a crucial document as it works as a key to enter the examination premises. On the day of the examination, candidates are required to carry a hard copy of the admit card along with one valid ID proof like Aadhaar Card, Driving License, Voter ID Card, PAN Card, Passport, etc. Also, bring one passport sized photograph uploaded during the time filling of application form.
Reserved category candidates .i.e. SC / ST will also be eligible to get a free train travel pass by which candidates can travel free of cost. The issuance of the travel pass is only subjected to the submission of application form on time along with the category certificate issued by a competent authority.
As the exam is around the corner, it is significant for the candidates to be familiar with the exam pattern. The Computer-based test will be multiple choice based, consisting of 120 questions. Candidates will get 90 minutes to attempt the questions. The question will be asked from Arithmetic, General Intelligence and Reasoning, and General Awareness. For every correct answer, candidates will be awarded 1 marks. 1/3 marks are going to be deducted from the total score for incorrect answers.
In order to clear the examination, candidates are required to obtain the minimum qualifying marks. Candidates have to secure 35% of marks to pass the CBT. Candidates belonging to the reserved category like SC / ST will have to obtain 30% marks. PwD category students will get a relaxation of 2%.