The written examination for the recruitment of Constable (General Duty), Constable (Driver) posts is going to be conducted by Rajasthan Police Department on August 21, 2016. Thousands of candidates who are looking for the jobs had applied for the examination. All the candidates who had applied must be waiting for the Rajasthan Police Constable admit card. Rajasthan Police department is going to release Constable admit cards from today i.e. August 12, 2016. Candidates can download the admit card from the official website i.e.www.police.rajasthan.gov.in.

Earlier, the Rajasthan Police department released recruitment notification for the 742 Special constable posts 2016 for TSP/ Saharia candidates. Many eligible and interested candidates applied for the exam.

In order to download the Rajasthan Police Constable admit card, candidates need to visit the official website. After visiting the official website, candidates could see an activated result link at the homepage. The link will be displayed by the name ‘Rajasthan Police Constable Admit Card 2016’. Upon clicking the relevant activated link, candidates would be redirected to a new page wherein they would have to enter essential details and click on Submit button. The admit card can be accessed on the screen which should be downloaded and saved. Candidates should also take the print out of the result and keep it safely for future reference.

About Rajasthan Police: The Rajasthan Police is the law enforcement agency for the state of Rajasthan in India. The Rajasthan Police has its headquarters in Jaipur, the state capital. The motto of the force is Committed to serve. Rajasthan was formed by the merger of the erstwhile princely states. The security and the police forces of the former princely states varied in composition, functions and administrative procedures. Following the merger, the police forces of the princely states united as of January 1951. Every year it conducts various examinations for the recruitment of eligible candidates in different departments.

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