West Bengal Police Recruitment Board (WBPRB) have released the admit card for warder /female warder exam. The e-admit card is now available to download on the website of West Bengal Police, wbpolice.gov.in and in the website of Correctional Services, wbcorrectionalservices.gov.in. Candidates who have applied online / offline can now download their admit cards by providing their 8 digit application number and password.
The candidates shall have to produce the hard copy of their e-admit cards at the allotted venues for appearing in the WB police ward examination. Along with the e-admit cards, candidates will also have to carry a valid identity proof such as aadhaar card, pan card, voter id. No admit cards will be sent through post nor it will be made available from the office of West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.
During the examination, candidates must check the list of banned items or else they will be refused entry into the venue of the examination. Electronic items such as mobile phones, portable scanners, digital wrist watches, calculators, pen or any other material is strictly prohibited from being taken into the exam hall.
Moreover, West Bengal Police advises candidates to not to wear any sport shoes, sneakers, high heeled footwear or else they will be refused entry into the venue of the examination. A flat footwear with a plain leather or polyurethane footwear or slippers without any metal embellishments or accessories will be allowed in the exam hall.
The competitive written exam is scheduled to be held on September 15 from 12 noon to 1 pm. There would be 90 objective type questions having four multiple choices. The exam have to be completed within a span of 1 hour and the candidates can write the exam in three languages (English, Bengali and Nepali) as per their convenience.
There will be 5 sections – Section A (general awareness and general knowledge), Section B (English), Section C (elementary mathematics), Section D (reasoning), Section E (computer literacy). Section A and section B carries 25 marks each, section C carries 20 marks and 10 marks each for section D and section E. 1/4th marks allotted to a question will be deducted in case of any wrong answer.
Candidates who clear the written test, will have to appear in physical measurement test (PMT) and physical efficiency test (PEF). Thereafter, they have to get ready for the interview round which be held for 10 marks. The interview board will test the suitability of the candidate on general awareness and computer knowledge.
West Bengal Police Warder / Female Warder Recruitment 2019 was announced in February. The recruitment is for 695 males, and 121 females. Overall there are 816 vacancies in this recruitment for Directorate of Correctional Services, Government of West Bengal. The minimum educational qualification required for the post is Madhyamik (class 10th) pass.