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Over 50 Percent Qualify in SCT SI Preliminary Written Test

Published: 29th April 2016 05:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th April 2016 05:33 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The results of the preliminary written test for recruitment of SCT sub-inspectors (civil & communication) were released by Director-General of Police Anurag Sharma here on Thursday.

As many as 50.79 per cent candidates have qualified for SCT SI (civil) and 16.14 per cent for SI (communication) selection.

In all, 1,74,962 candidates — 1,52,895 men and 22,067 women  — appeared for the preliminary written test for SI (civil). Of them, 88,875 candidates (50.79 pc), 79,854 men and 9,021 women, have qualified.

The test for SI (communication) was taken by 10,584 candidates, 9,299 men and 1,285 women. Of them, 1,709 candidates (16.14 pc), 1,513 men and 196 women have qualified.

As an act of transparency, the TSLPRBT-SI (Civil & Commn)-2016 authorities posted the scanned copy of OMR answer sheets of all the candidates on the website. The answer sheets can be downloaded from the website, www.tslprb.in, from 5 pm on April 29 till 5 pm on May 2.

Candidates can submit their representations regarding any discrepancy in the evaluation of the OMR Answer Sheets through the same website between 5 pm on May 2 and 5 pm on  May 5 by paying a fee of `5,000. The fee will be ` 2,000 in the case of SC & ST candidates.

The qualified candidates are required to appear for Physical Measurement Test and Physical Efficiency Test in June, which will be notified later, at the district headquarters where they have appeared for PWT.

Intimation letters can be downloaded from website two weeks before the date of scheduled PMT/PET. They have to bring the intimation letter along with original certificates, Aadhaar card and a set of neat Xerox copies duly attested by a gazetted officer.



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