Written Test Today for Recruitment of SCT SIs

Published: 25th April 2016 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th April 2016 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:  The preliminary written test for recruitment of Stipendiary Cadet Trainee (SCT) sub-inspectors of police (men) will be held from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm on Monday.

2,342 candidates are expected to appear for the written test at three test centres in the Cyberabad police commissionerate limits.

TSLPRB chairman J Purnachandra Rao has appealed to candidates in a statement to reach their respective test centres an hour before scheduled time. The candidates would be permitted into the examination hall at 1.30 pm and their biometrics would be taken immediately. They will would not be allowed if they were late even by a minute, he said.

“Candidates should bring to the test centre only black/blue ballpoint pen, hall-ticket, filled-in online application form and one of the original photo-identity proofs like passport, PAN card, voter ID, Aadhaar-UID and driving licence. Candidates shall not bring to the test centre any electronic or any other gadgets like mobile phone, tablets, pen drives, bluetooth devices, watch, calculator, log tables, wallet, purse, notes, charts, loose sheets or recording instruments strapped on the body or in the pockets,” Purnachandra Rao said.

Candidates can search by using PIN code which would give correct address of test centre. They can also search google maps to get correct address. All these test centres are well-known and when searched on and google maps they can easily locate the address. Candidates can use findme@ app providing the location of the test centre using google location services to locate their allotted test centre and reach there on time.


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