44,798 aspirants appear for constable entrance test in Hyderabad
A total of 44,798 candidates appeared for the preliminary test for the recruitment of trainee constables in Hyderabad on Sunday
HYDERABAD: A total of 44,798 candidates appeared for the preliminary written test for the recruitment of trainee police constables within the Hyderabad Police Commissionerate limits on Sunday. The entrance test was conducted by the Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board (TSLPRB) in 92 centres across the city.
The aspirants are competing for a total of 2,000 vacancies of stipendiary cadet trainee (SCT) constables spanning across divisions. Of them, 1400 are meant for recruitment in City Armed Reserve (CAR) and 600 in civil within the City police Commissionerate limits.
City Police Commissioner CV Anand visited examination centres in Osmania University where the preliminary entrance examination was held. Speaking on the occasion, CV Anand said: "The preliminary written test has been conducted smoothly. City police have made elaborate arrangements at the exam centres. Senior officers also made surprise checks at various centres".
He went on to say that the city police had offered free pre-recruitment training for aspiring candidates in all the five zones. To facilitate further process, Biometric attendance of all the candidates including digital fingerprints and digital photographs were captured.
On clearing the preliminary test, the candidates will have to go through the (Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and the final written test.
CV Anand became nostalgic on visiting his alma mater, although for a different reason. He recollected that he studied MA Economics in room no 57 of this historic building between 1989-91.
Joint CP, Administration, M Ramesh, East Zone DCP Sunil Dutt, Osmania University Vice-Chancellor D Ravinder Yadav and others accompanied the city police chief.