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State Police recruitment may continue in January

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By Our Reporter

SHILLONG: The ongoing recruitment process for Physical Measurement Test (PMT) and Physical Efficiency Test (PET) at 1st MLP Bn in Mawiong, Shillong and 2nd MLP Bn in Goeragre, Tura will end daily at 5 pm while those candidates who are left over will appear the same tests the next day by 7 am except on Sundays.

If the PET (Race) process of the recruitment is not completed by December 21 the PET will again resume from the end of 1st week of January 2013 subject to approval by the Election Commission of India.

In this regard, police have urged the candidates to check the Meghalaya Police website for updates.

In a statement issued here on Wednesday, Additional Director General of Police BL Buam said measurement of height will continue to be checked at the Written Test and the Personal Interview stages also. The bio data and documents/papers of the candidates will be screened before the written test and interview are conducted as an extra precaution.

Meanwhile, female candidates who have applied for the posts of followers have been asked to meet the Principal PTS at Mawiong who is also the Member Secretary of the Selection Board to participate in the tests, etc.

The performance of the candidates who appeared on November 26 and 27 have been uploaded on the Meghalaya Police Website, the statement said, adding, “We will continue to upload the performance with timings and marks obtained every evening on the Meghalaya Police Website”.

This is in addition to performance sheets with timings and marks at the end of each group, the statement added.

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