WB Police 2019 Recruitment 2019: Admit card released, see how to check

WB Police 2019 Excise Constable Recruitment 2019 Admit card has been released by West Bengal Police.

WB Police 2019 Excise Constable Recruitment 2019 Admit card has been released by West Bengal Police.

The Admit card for WB Police 2019 Excise Constable Recruitment has been released by West Bengal Police. The concerned candidates can check their WB Police admit card for Excise Constable, can check their admit card from the official website wbpolice.in.

The WB Police preliminary written test has been scheduled to be conducted on November 24, 2019. The WB Police will also be forwarding an SMS regarding the same to all the registered candidates.

The official notice reads, No paper Admit Card for Preliminary Written Test will be issued or sent by post to the candidates who have applied online nor will it be made available from the office of the West Bengal Police Recruitment Board.

WB Police Admit Card 2019: How to download

Step 1: Go to the official website wbpolice.in and click on the ticker for Excise Constable Preliminary Written Test notification.

Step 2: A new window would open for Recruitment to the Post of Excise Constable in the Subordinate Excise Service under Finance Department, Govt. of West Bengal, 2019.

Step 3: Click on the Download E-Admit Card activated link.

Step 4: On the new window, click on the login.

Step 5: Alternatively, click on WB Police Excise Constable Prelims 2019.

Step 6: On the window, enter your registration number and password to login to your account

Step 7: Now, download the admit card.

WB Police Recruitment exam 2019: Important instructions

All are advised to carefully go through the instructions provided. Take a print out of the admit card and save the copy for future reference as well. The notice also advised candidates against wearing sports shoes, sneakers, high heeled shoes or any kind of shoes without metal embellishments or accessories to the examination and to wear flat footwear.

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