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West Bengal Police Excise Constable Admit Card 2022

West Bengal Police Excise Constable Interview Will Begin on and from 12.05.2022… Admit Card Available May 5, 2022. Official Notice Download…

West Bengal Police Excise Constable Interview Exam Date Notice 2022


WB Police Excise Recruitment Details:

Every year, the WBPRB announces many vacancies. They recently announced 3000 vacancies for Excise Constables. Many candidates applied this year. The process of submitting an online application form began on March 11, 2019, and ended on April 10, 2019. Details Of The Recruitment Are Given Below.


WB Police Excise Exam :

All Eligible Candidates have submitted their online applications and are awaiting results. The Exam Date Will Be Announced Separately. Online Objective Exam Type More Exam Information is Listed Below.

WB Police Excise Constable Preliminary Exam Date → 24.11.2019

WB Police Excise Constable PMT / PET Exam Date – 21.12.2020 – 19.01.2021 & 25.11.2021 – 03.12.2021

WB Police Excise Constable Final Written Exam Date – 02 January 2022

WB Police Excise Constable Interview Date – From 12 May 2022


WB Police Excise SELECTION PROCESS:

  1. Preliminary Examination
  2. Physical Measurement Test (PMT)
  3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  4. Final Written Test
  5. Interview
  6. Verification of Character Antecedents
  7. Medical Examination

Admit Card Details:

Candidates should download their admit cards because without them they cannot take the exam. So, please download your admit card from the official website. Candidates can download their West Bengal Police Admit Card from the official website. Candidates can also download it from here.

Download WB Police Excise Constable Interview Admit Card 2022: Available On 05 May 2022


Preliminary Exam Pattern:

Exam Pattern :

  1. Applicants who are provisionally eligible must take a qualifying MCQ-based written test.
  2. There will be 100 multiple choices (four choices) questions with equal marks.
  3. This test will last 1 hour.
  4. This test will also assess a candidate’s Bengali/Nepali proficiency.
  5. Except for Bengali/Nepali, questions will be set in three languages (Bengali, Nepali & English).
  6. The Preliminary Written Test will cover the following topics:
  7. Language Test (Bengali/Nepali): 50 Marks
  8. General Knowledge & Reasoning: 50
  9. For each incorrect answer, 14% of the total marks will be deducted.

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