Meghalaya Police Physical Test PET & PMT 2019 at megpolice.gov.in

Meghalaya Police Physical Measurement Test (PMT) :

Meghalaya Police Physical Test PET & PMT 2019 at megpolice.gov.in 1Candidates should download the Admit Card and fix a passport size photograph on the Admit Card with signature and bring along the admit card at the time of appearing for PMT. Candidates who do not meet the standards of Minimum Height Requirement as prescribed will be rejected and further test events of such rejected candidates will not be conducted.

Physical Measurement test is absolutely necessary for meghalaya Police recruitment. If you are not prepared to take part in the PMT Then you would not get selected for the job. all the information about PMT Is available on www.megpolice.gov.in

IMPORTANT information regarding PMT and PET :

Each Candidate will be issued with a lockable Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag, to be tied to his/her shoulder. The automated timer equipment based on RFID technology will be geared to record start time, finish time and net time of all runners individually. Those who do not finish the race within the minimum prescribed time will be issued a rejection letter and they will not be allowed to participate in other subsequent recruitment events.

  1. Registration and Authentication of Candidates: After the Physical Measurement Test, candidates with admit cards will be required to register themselves at the PET registration counters at the venue of recruitment, for biometric data such as Candidates’ Finger Prints/Photo graph. The candidates’ biometric profile will be verified before the Physical Efficiency Test. Only candidates successfully verified will be allowed for the Physical Efficiency Test {Race).
  2. AB/UB Group
    5 km race for male and 3 km race for female candidates and Timing Equipment:
    The 5 KM race for male candidates will have to be completed within 24 minutes and the 3 KM race for female candidates will have to be completed within 19 minutes. This is applicable to all UBSI,
  3. SF 10 GROUP
    10 Km race for SF 10 male and 5.5 Km race for SFlO female candidates and
    Timing Equipment:
    10 KM race for SFIO ABSI male candidates will have to be completed within 55 minutes and 5.5 KM race for SFlO ABSI female candidates will have to be completed within 34 minutes10 KM race for SFlO commando male/ Signal Operator male candidates will have to be completed within 50 minutes and 5.5 KM race for SFIO commando female/Signal Operator (female) candidates will have to be completed within 34 minutes.
  4. FOLLOWER GROUP
    5 KM race for male candidates will have to be completed within 24 minutes.

 

Meghalaya Police Recruitment Physical Efficiency Test (PET) :

When you decide the post for which you are eligible and prepared to apply online then you should look at the PMT information about that test.

You can select the post by analyzing all the meghalaya police recruitment PET criteria and choose the recruitment for which you would feel comfortable. Also the PET of Meghalaya police Vacancy Differs from vacancy to vacancy that means each post have different PET Qualification.

For AB/ UB Group :-

UBSI

Male candidates have to complete 5 Km within 24 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

UBSI Male
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
19.00 and below 100
19.01 to 20.00 90
20.01 to 21.00 80
21.01 to 22.00 70
22.01 to 23.00 60
23.01 to 24.00 50
24.01 and above Disqualified

Female candidates have to complete 3 Km within 19 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

UBSI Female
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
14.00 and below 100
14.01 to 15.00 90
15.01 to 16.00 80
16.01 to 17.00 70
17.01 to 18.00 60
18.01 to 19.00 50
19.01 and above Disqualified

 

For UB Category

Male candidates have to complete 5 Km. within 24 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

UB Category Male
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
19.00 and below 100
19.01 to 20.00 90
20.01 to 21.00 80
21.01 to 22.00 70
22.01 to 23.00 60
23.01 to 24.00 50
24.01 and above Disqualified

Female candidates have to complete 3 Km. within 19 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

UB Category Female
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
14.00 and below 100
14.01 to 15.00 90
15.01 to 16.00 80
16.01 to 17.00 70
17.01 to 18.00 60
18.01 to 19.00 50
19.01 and above Disqualified

For AB Category

Male candidates have to complete 5 Km within 24 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

AB/BN Constable (Male)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
19.00 and below 100
19.01 to 20.00 90
20.01 to 21.00 80
21.01 to 22.00 70
22.01 to 23.00 60
23.01 to 24.00 50
24.01 and above Disqualified

Female candidates have to complete 3 Km within 19 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

For AB/BN Constable (Female)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
14.00 and below 100
14.01 to 15.00 90
15.01 to 16.00 80
16.01 to 17.00 70
17.01 to 18.00 60
18.01 to 19.00 50
19.01 and above Disqualified

 

SF10 Group

Male candidates have to complete 10 Km. within 55 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

ABSIs (Male)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
40 and below 200
40.01 to 41 195
41.01 to 42 190
42.01 to 43 180
43.01 to 44 170
44.01 to 45 160
45.01 to 46 150
46.01 to 47 140
47.01 to 48 135
48.01 to 49 130
49.01 to 50 125
50.01 to 51 120
51.01 to 52 115
52.01 to 53 110
53.01 tp 54 105
54.01 to 55 100

 

For SFlO Commandos (Male)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
35 and below 200
35.01 to 36 195
36.01 to 37 190
37.01 to 38 180
38.01 to 39 170
39.01 to 40 160
40.01 to 41 150
41.01 to 42 140
42.01 to 43 135
43.01 to 44 130
44.01 to 45 125
45.01 to 46 120
46.01 to 47 115
47.01 to 48 110
48.01 to 49 105
49.01 to 50 100

Female candidates have to complete 5.5 Km within 34 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

For SFlO Commandos (Female)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
22 and below 200
22.01 to 23 195
23.01 to 24 190
24.01 to 25 180
25.01 to 26 170
26.01 to 27 160
27.01 to 28 150
28.01 to 29 140
29.01 to 30 130
30.01 to 31 120
31.01 to 32 115
32.01 to 33 110
33.01 to 34 100

Male candidates have to complete 10 Km within 50 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

For SFlO Signal Operator (Male)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
35 and below 200
35.01 to 36 195
36.01 to 37 190
37.01 to 38 180
38.01 to 39 170
39.01 to 40 160
40.01 to 41 150
41.01 to 42 140
42.01 to 43 135
43.01 to 44 130
44.01 to 45 125
45.01 to 46 120
46.01 to 47 115
47.01 to 48 110
48.01 to 49 105
49.01 to 50 100

Female candidates have to complete 5.5 Km within 34 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

For SFlO Signal Operator (Female)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
22 and below 200
22.01 to 23 195
23.01 to 24 190
24.01 to 25 180
25.01 to 26 170
26.01 to 27 160
27.01 to 28 150
28.01 to 29 140
29.01 to 30 130
30.01 to 31 120
31.01 to 32 115
32.01 to 33 110
33.01 to 34 100

 

Followers Group

Male candidates have to complete 5 Km. within 24 minutes and marks will be given as follows:-

For Follower (Male)
Time in Minutes Score / Marks
19.00 and below 250
19.01 to 20.00 225
20.01 to 21.00 200
21.01 to 22.00 175
22.01 to 23.00 150
23.01 to 24.00 125
24.01 and above Disqualified

Candidates can find all this information in pdf format in the official website megpolice.gov.in.

Faqs About Meghalaya Police Recruitment PET/PMT

 

1.What if I am not eligible for Physical Test of Meghalaya Police Recruitment ?

Candidates who are not physically fit should not attempt this race Candidates are advised to consult a physician on their state of health before preparing themselves to participate in the running test. The Central Recruitment Board will not be responsible for any injury sustained by a candidate during the 10/5 Km or 5.5/3 Km race.

 

2.What is the Full Form Of PET ?

The Full Form Of The word PET in the police recruitment Section is Physical Efficiency Test. It is mandatory to qualify in the PET for section in Meghalaya Police Recruitment.

 

3. What is the Full Form Of PMT ?

The Full Form Of The word PMT in the police recruitment Section is Physical Measurement Test. It is mandatory to qualify in the PMT for section in Meghalaya Police Recruitment.

 

4. What is RFID ?

The Full Form of RFID is Radio Frequency Identification Tag. Each Candidate Who participates in Meghalaya Police PET/PMT Test will be issued with a lockable Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag, to be tied to his/her shoulder. The automated timer equipment based on RFID technology will be geared to record start time, finish time and net time of all runners individually.

Updated: November 15, 2019 — 3:07 pm

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