RPF Constable Result 2019 for Group C Released, 270 candidates shortlisted for PET, PMT and DV
RPF Constable Group C Result 2019: The merit list with name and roll number of candidates is hosted on its official website – constable.rpfonlinereg.org.
The shortlisted candidates are required to appear for the second round of PET and PMT. The test is scheduled to be conducted on 10th June 2019 and call letter for the same has also been placed on the aforementioned website of RPF Constable Recruitment 2018. On the basis of candidates’ performance in CBT and PET/PMT, candidates will be called to appear for document verification process.
A total of 8,619 posts of constable in Zonal Railways and RPSF are to be filled up through the recruitment process. A total of 35,46,995 candidates took the CBT examination, out of which 4,68,118 were female candidates and 30,78,877 were male.
Candidates who had appeared for RPF Constable 2019 examination and belong to Group C can follow the below-mentioned steps to check their result now:
How to check RPF Constable Group C Result 2019?
Step 1 – Visit the official site – constable.rpfonlinereg.org
Step 2 – On the home page, Click on link which reads, “Candidates shortlisted for 2nd round of PET, PMT and DV”
Step 3 – You’ll be redirected to a new page
Step 4 – Select ‘Group C’
Step 5 – Result will be displayed
Step 6 – CTRL+F with your roll number and name
Step 7 – Download and take a printout for further reference
Direct link to download RPF Constable Group C Result 2019
All the best!
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