Arrangements are in place for the Physical Measurement Test (PMT) and Physical Efficiency Test (PET) at the police parade grounds here as part of the ongoing recruitment process to fill up various vacant posts in the police department. Beginning on February 11, the process is expected to last until the third week of March.The Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board (TSLPRB) initiated the recruitment process for the posts of stipendiary cadet trainee police constable and sub-inspector of police posts last year.Senior police officials have been tasked with conducting the entire process of PMT and PET under the direct supervision of Khammam Police Commissioner Tafseer Iqbal in a transparent manner.Eligible candidates will be allowed to undergo the PMT and PET after verifying their biometric data, sources said. Candidates have been advised to scrupulously follow instructions related to time and date of the tests mentioned in their admit cards.Meanwhile, in Warangal, the PMT and PET would be held at the JNS Grounds, Hanamkonda.Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central Zone) Venkat Reddy, who is in charge of the event, said 31,178 candidates, selected in the preliminary test conducted by the State Level Police Recruitment Board (SLPRB) earlier, will take part in the tests.He said digital devices would be used for the measurement of height and weight. For physical efficiency tests of 100-metre and 800-metre runs, long jump and shot put, radio frequency method will be used. Biometric system would determine the attendance of candidates.Mr Venkat Reddy has urged candidates to reach the venue along with the original copy of the permit and information card issued by the SLPRB, a printed copy of the part 2 form duly signed by them, and agency area certificate issued by the State government for ST candidates.“The candidates who enter the test premises can leave only after all the tests are complete. They should come prepared for it. Except clothes, food and drinks, the candidates should not carry any other items with them. Mobile phones and electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited,” he said.
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