Assam Police Constable (SPO) Result 2018 will be published. The candidate may check it from the official website.The result of Assam Police Constable (SPO) 2018 will indicate whether one has qualified or not. After the successful application and exams. Candidates will get to know about the results of PST, TET, Written Exams. After PST the candidates will be shortlisted for the identity check. After the successful identity checking the candidate has to go for the PET. After qualifying the PET the candidate has to go for the written exams. The candidates will be shortlisted according to these exams. The candidate can check the result from the link given below.
Assam Police Constable (SPO) Result 2018
The Assam Police Constable (SPO) Result 2018 will be announced on its official website. You can go through the dates given below to know more.
|Date of PST||To Be Announced|
|Result of PST||To Be Announced|
|Date of PET||To Be Announced|
|Result of PET||To Be Announced|
|Date of Written Exam||To Be Announced|
|Result of Written Exam||To Be Announced|
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Result: The Assam Police Constable (SPO) Result 2018 will be announced on www.assampolice.gov.in.
How To Check Result?
- Go to the Home Page of the official website given above.
- Then click on the recruitment button.
- After clicking the recruitment button, the candidate will be able to see the link of Assam Police Constable (SPO) Result 2018.
- Click on the link
- Now the candidate will be able to see the result.
Results of PST and PET will be locally displayed at the end of each day of Test. However, candidates shall have no claim or right to appear in the Written Test merely on the ground that they secured the minimum qualifying standards in the PST and PET. After completion of the PST and PET for all the candidates, The merit lists for each category (Gen, SC, ST(P), ST(H) ) will be prepared on the basis of the total marks scored in PET. Candidates will be called for the Written Test in order of merit at the rate of 5 (five) times the number of posts allotted in respect of each category. If the total number of qualifying candidates turn out to be less than 5 times the number of posts, all qualifying candidates will be called for the Written Test. If there are candidates scoring the same marks in PET as the last candidate selected for the written test by the 5 times formula in a particular case, the candidates scoring the same marks will also be called for the written examination, and therefore the number may exceed the 5 times to that extent for that particular category only. After the written exam, the final list of candidates will be released.
The final result would be based on the marks obtained as follows.
i. PET = 20 Marks
ii. Written Test = 40 Marks
iii. Marks awarded to Extra -Curricular Activities And Special Skills = 40 Marks
Total = 100 Marks