CISF Examination 2019: Head Constable admit cards to release on June 1
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) will be releasing the CISF Head Constables Admit Card 2019 on Saturday, 1st June 2019, this week.
The Central Industrial Security Force aims to fill a total of 429 vacancies for the post of Head Constable (Ministerial). Online applications were invited from male and female candidates from 21 st January to 20th February 2019. Out of the total vacancies, 328 posts are for male candidates via direct recruitment, 37 for female candidates via direct recruitment and 64 vacancies are to be filled via LDCE.
The aforementioned posts are temporary in nature, and CISF will organize Height Bar Test (HBT), Physical Standard Test (PST), Document Verification, Written Test, Skill Test (Typewriting) and Medical Examination for the selection of candidates.
The admit cards for Physical Standard Test (PST) will be available this week, thereby candidates who had successfully applied for this recruitment drive will know the date of PST, centre details and time of test allotted to them.
Candidates can follow the steps below to download their CISF Admit Card 2019 for Head Constable (Ministerial) post:
How to download CISF Admit Card 2019?
Step 1 – Visit the official website - https://cisfrectt.in/
Step 2 – Click on the ‘Register/Login’ tab given on the top right hand side of the homepage
Step 3 – Enter your Registration number and password to login to your profile
Step 4 – Click on the Admit Card link
Step 5 – Download your Admit Card and take a printout for further reference
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