UP Police PET Admit Card 2021 Released, Here is direct link to download

UP Police Recruitment & Promotion Board has activated the link to download the admit cards for the Physical Efficiency Test (PET) for the posts of Constable Mounted Police/ Horse Rider/Jail Rider and Fireman. Here below is the link to download the PET admit cards.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Mar 23, 2021 10:16 IST
UP Police PET Admit Card 2021 Released, Here is direct link to download
PRPB Constable PET Admit Card- Photo Screengrab

Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment Board (UPPRB) has released the admit cards of physical efficiency test (PET) for the recruitment of Constable (Mounted Police/ Horse Rider/Jail Rider/Fireman) on its official website. Releasing an official notice on Monday, March 22, Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment & Promotion Board (PRPB) on Monday activated the link to download the admit cards for the direct recruitment to the posts of Jail Warder, Fireman (Male) and Constable Mounted Police for Men and Women for Physical Efficiency Test.

The candidates who have qualified the Written examination and allotted the examination centre related information through the PET admit cards. Candidates who are appearing for the Physical Efficiency Test can download their admit card by visiting uppbpb.gov.in. The PET exam is scheduled to start from March 23, 2021, at designated centers. PET for 187 candidates of Lucknow has been scheduled on March 26.

Direct link to download PET Admit Card

UP Police PET Admit Cards 2021: Here is How to Download

1. Visit the official website i.e. uppbpb.gov.in

2. On the homepage, click on the link “Click here to download the letter of information related to the letter".

4. You will be directed to a new page, where you need to enter "Please Enter the Roll no " " Date of Birth" and " Enter the code above here" and click on " Get details"

5. The admit card will be displayed on the screen, download it for future reference.

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