CISF Admit Card 2022 | Download 1149 Constable (Fire) Posts Call Letter
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CISF Admit Card 2022 | Download 1149 Constable (Fire) Posts Call Letter

CISF Admit Card Download

Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) has released the admit cards of the PET/PST of 1149 Constable (Fire) Posts. Candidates who submitted online applications for the recruitment of 1149 Posts of Constable (Fire)  will able to download their admit cards from the official website of CISF. The PST/ PET involves evaluation of height, chest and completion of race within a stipulated period of time. 

CISF Admit Card

CISF Admit Card Full Details

Name of post: Constable (Fire)

No of posts: 1149 posts [Assam: 103 Posts]

Name of organization: Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)

Date of submission of application: 04/03/2022

No of Exam Centres: 41 Centres.

Date of exam: From 26th August 2022

Type of exam: PST/PET

Status of admit card: Released

Date of release of admit card: 16/08/2022

How to Download CISF Admit Card ?

Candidates who submitted their online applications against the Central Industrial Security Force may follow below mentioned steps to download their admit cards for PST/ PET. They may follow mentioned steps to download their call letter.
a) Scroll down, go to Important Web Links section.

b) Click on the CISF Admit Card Link.

c) Enter Your Own Credentials.

d) Click on the Login button.

e) Your admit card will be available for print or download.
f) Take a print of the same and carry your call letter to examination centre.

Important Links of CISF Admit Card

CISF Constable Fire Admit Card Download Link: Click Here

CISF Constable Fire Admit Card Notice: Click Here

CISF Constable Notification: Click Here

CISF Official Website: Click Here

Selection Process of CISF Recruitment

Candidates who will manage to secure minimum qualifying marks will appear in Physical Efficiency Test. Final selection will be made on the basis of marks obtained in written examination. In the last stage of recruitment, a document verification round is to be conducted.

1. Physical Standards Test (PST)
2. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
3. Written Examination
4. Document Verification
5. Medical Examination

1. Physical Standards Test (PST):

To qualify this test, the candidates have to fulfil the following standards.

Height: 170 Centimetres

Chest: 80-85 Centimetres (Minimum expansion 5 Centimetres)

Weight: Proportionate to height and age as per medical standards. Weight will be recorded at the time of physical measurements but the decision on fitness on account of weight will be taken at the time of medical examination.

Relaxation: For relaxation details, please refer to the official notification.

2. Physical Efficiency Test (PET):

Race: To qualify this PET, candidates have to clear 5 Kilometre run in 24 minutes.

3. Written Examination:

CISF will conduct a computer based written examination to check the educational knowledge of the candidate and all the applicants will be required to appear in this test to proceed with the selection process. The pattern of this written test can be as follows.

General Intelligence and Reasoning2525
General Knowledge and Awareness2525
Elementary Mathematics2525

Type of Question: The questions in the Written Examination will be of 12th standard (science subject).

Duration of Exam: 120 Minutes

Type of Exam: The Constable written exam will be based on OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) system and Computer Based Test (CBT).

Medium of Exam: The question paper will be bilingual i.e. in Hindi and English.

Date of Exam: Exam date will be announced separately.

4. Document Verification:

Candidates who successfully clear the PET will have to go through a document verification process to proceed in the selection process. In this process, the authority will check the details and documents provided by the candidates while applying for the recruitment.

5. Medical Examination:

This is the final stage of the selection process, the candidates will be medically examined on prescribed basis for physical and mental health.