RPF Admit Card 2018 for SI & Constable to be Released Soon!

RPF Admit Card 2018 for SI & Constable to be released soon

Brace yourself ’cause the RPF Admit Card 2018 for SI & Constable will be released soon!

RPF Admit Card 2018 for SI & Constable

Railway Protection Force will release the RPF Admit Card 2018 for SI & Constable soon on the official website. The application process is active till 30th June 2018. The exam is scheduled to be held tentatively in the month of September / October 2018. The RPF exam date has not been announced officially. The call letter for the exam will be released around 10 days before the exam. Keep checking the official website regularly to stay updated. We will also  Scroll down to read more details.

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How to Download RPF Admit Card 2018

  • First of all, visit the RPF official website.
  • Then, find the admit card link.
  • Alternatively, click on the direct link given above to do the same.
  • After that, enter your credentials to login.
  • Finally, download the hall ticket and take a printout for exam purpose.

Note – As of now, the admit card has not been released. We will update the direct link as soon as the admit will be released.

Information present on the RPF Admit Card 2018

  • Your name
  • Date of birth
  • Your mother’s name
  • Your father’s name
  • Registration ID/Roll Number
  • Gender
  • Category
  • Your Photograph
  • Signature
  • Exam Timing
  • Exam Venue
  • Address in detail
  • Instructions for exam if any

 Mandatory Documents

  • RPF Admit Card 2018
  • Original and photocopy of valid photo ID proof
  • Two recent passport-size colour photographs

Check out the detailed RPF syllabus for constable & SI. We hope you are preparing for the RPF exam with complete dedication and passion. Give your best and hope for success!

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