TNUSRB Police Constable Result 2017, Tamil Nadu Police Constable result Check Result @ tnusrbonline.org and tn.gov.in
**Update on 7/7/2017: TNUSRB Police result delay due to some fault but now department ready to publish result. result publish on official site.
TNUSRB Police Constable Result 2017:
Tamil Nadu Uniformed Service Recruitment Board (TNUSRB) successfully conducted written examination for the recruitment of Police Constables, Jail Warders and Fireman posts on 21st May 2017. A huge number of candidates who are looking for the police jobs applied and appeared for the exam across various examination centers in Tamil Nadu. All the candidates who had written the exam are eagerly waiting for the TNUSRB Police Constable Result 2017. TNUSRB is going to declare Police Constable Results today.
TNUSRB Result 2017
Tamil Nadu Uniformed Service Recruitment Board (TNUSRB) will selecting candidates for filling up 15,664 fresh vacancies and 47 backlog vacancies, taking the total to 15,711. The TNUSRB Police Constable Result 2017 can be checked by following some simple steps. TNUSRB Police Constable Result 2017 online as soon as form its official exam result link. For the help of these all candidate on this article you will be also provide an external link to check them result online easily. So now still declaration its examination result you all get relax. According to the guidance from this Selection Authority.The TNUSRB Results 2017 link will be activated on the homepage of the official website soon.
TNUSRB Police Detail:
|Name of the Organization||Tamil Nadu Uniformed Service Recruitment Board|
|Name of the Exam||Police Constable|
HOW TO CHECK TNUSRB:
- Now Open The official website: www.tnusrb.tn.gov.in.
- You can get the home page.
- Click to search TNUSRB Results .
- Enter the required details like Registration Number and Date of Birth.
- Click on submit button .
- Check your Result on Screen.
- Take a Print Out Your Result.
Successful candidates will be called for the Physical Measurement Test (PMT), endurance test and Physical Efficiency Test (PET). For the second stage of selection process, candidates will be called in the ratio of 1:5.
The exam carried a total of 80 marks and examinees were given 1 hours and 20 minutes to appear for it. The written exam comprised questions from general knowledge and psychology.
TNUSRB Results 2017:- click here