Assam Forest Guard Admit Card 2021 | Assam Forest Guard Physical Test Date 2021 | Assam Forest Guard Phase I Intimation Letter/ Call Letter at slprbassa.in
The State Level Police Recruitment Board of Assam had issued the recruitment for 812 vacancies of Forest Guard in the state during May 2020. Phase I of the selection process is the Physical Efficiency Test which will be conducted soon by the concerning board.
Along with these posts, the department has also issued some posts for Forester and Surveyor as well. The Assam Police Forest Guard Physical Test dates are going to be announced soon. The SLPRB Assam Forest Guard Admit Card for Physical Test 2021 will be made available online.
It’s mandatory to have the hall ticket to get entry to the testing ground where the first phase test shall take place. The call letter will be made available by the recruitment board about 10 days prior to the test date. These letters won’t be dispatched via India post in any circumstances. Aspirants should grab these from the official website.
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Assam Forest Guard Physical Test Date 2021 Admit Card download
The recruitment for 812 posts of Forest Guards will be completed in two phases as described below:
During this event, candidates need to prove their physical fitness in terms of specific standards set by the board. The Physical Test consists of 26 Kilo Meters race for Male candidates and 16 kilometers for female candidates that should be covered within 4 hours time. Only those candidates will be eligible for the further process who qualify the fitness test. The schedule for the PET/PST should be intimated soon by the officials.
Once you clear the physical test, you should be eligible to appear in the written examination. The admit card for Forest Guard Exam will be issued separately. There will be 100 Multiple Choice Questions in the examination. Total Timing of 2 hours will be assigned to the aspirants to complete the paper.
Five times the notified posts will be able to take part in the written examination. If the total number of qualified candidates is lesser than the projected limit, then all of them should be eligible to take part in the written exam.