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SSC CPO SI 2019 PET/PST Admit Card released – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Staff Selection Commission has released the CPO Sub Inspector SI 2019 PET/PST Admit Card online on its official website.

The examination consists of Paper-I, Physical Standard Test (PST)/ Physical Endurance Test (PET), Paper-II and Detailed Medical Examination (DME). All these stages of the examination are mandatory.

Candidates, who have cleared the Paper-I are now to appear in the SSC CPO SI 2019 PET/PST examination. PST/ PET will not carry any marks but will be of qualifying/ elimination nature.

Physical Standard Test (for all Posts):

S. No. Category of candidates Height (in cm) Chest (in cm)
Unexpanded Expanded
1 For male candidates only (UR) 170 80 85
2 For candidates belonging to Hill
areas of Garhwal, Kumaon,
Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas,
Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K,
North-Eastern States and Sikkim.
165 80 85
3 For all candidates belonging to
Scheduled Tribes
162.5 77 82
4 For Female candidates only (UR) 157
5 For female candidates belonging
to Hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon,
Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas,
Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K,
North-Eastern States and Sikkim
155
6 For all female candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes 154

Weight: Corresponding to height (for all posts)

Physical Endurance Test (PET) (For all posts)
For male candidates only:

1) 100 metre race in 16 seconds
2) 1.6 Kms race in 6.5 minutes
3) Long Jump: 3.65 metre in 3 chances
4) High Jump : 1.2 metre in 3 chances
5) Shot put (16 Lbs): 4.5 metre in 3 chance

For female candidates only:

1) 100 metre race in 18 seconds
2) 800 metre race in 4 minutes
3) Long Jump: 2.7 metre in 3 chances
4) High Jump: 0.9 metre in 3 chances.

Note: There will be no minimum requirement of chest measurement for Female candidates.

The relaxation in physical standards (height/ chest) once granted at the time of initial appointment in Delhi Police will hold good till the individual concerned remains in Delhi Police.

Those candidates who are declared not qualified in Physical Standards, i.e. height and chest, may prefer an appeal, if they so desire, to the appellate authority present on the PET/ PST ground. The decision of the appellate authority will be final and no further appeal or representation in this regard will be entertained.

Ex-Servicemen applying for the posts are not required to undergo PET. However, all Ex-Servicemen are required to pass the written test and fulfill the physical standards prescribed for direct recruits for recruitment of Sub Inspector/ Assistant SubInspector, as the case may be. They should also pass the medical standards prescribed for direct recruits.





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