CSBC Bihar Police Constable Admit Card 2021: Central Selection Board (Constable Recruitment) has released the admit card for the written examination for recruitment of 8415 posts of Bihar Police Constable on csbc.bih.nic.in. Candidates can download these by visiting the website or clicking on the direct link given below. Apart from the admit card, CSBC has also released the exam center list of the candidates. In this list, the candidates can check with the help of their roll number in which shift, in which district and at which center.
Admit Card Direct Link
The examination is proposed to be held on 14 and 21 March for this recruitment. The first shift exam will be from 10 to 12 in the morning and the second shift will be from 2 to 4 in the afternoon.
Out of total 8415 posts, 3489 vacancies are for general category, 1470 for vacancy general category EBC, 1307 for SC, 980 for OBC, 842 for EWS, 245 for BC and 82 are for recruitment ST.
If the Admit Card is not downloaded, duplicate Admit Card can be obtained from Central Selection Board (CSBC) Office, Boarding Road Secretariat Halt, Patna 800001 between 10 March to 11 March from 10 AM to 5 PM.
To appear in the examination, the candidates will also have to present their valid identity card along with the e-admit card.
The Central Selection Board (CSBC) had invited applications from interested candidates on its official website csbc.bih.nic.in for this recruitment. For this, online applications were sought from the candidates from 13 November to 14 December 2020.
Examination will be of intermediate (10 + 2)
level- In this recruitment of CSBC, the eligible candidates will be selected after being found qualified in the written examination and physical standard and proficiency test. The written examination will be of intermediate (10 + 2) level, in which questions will be asked from the detailed syllabus of 12th standard level of Bihar Board.
Selection of candidates for the post of constable is to be done on the basis of written examination and physical efficiency test (PET). Candidates who qualify the written examination will be called for the Physical Efficiency Test. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of the total marks obtained by the candidates in all the three competitions under the Physical Efficiency Test.