Indo Tibetan Border Police Force to Release the ITBP Tradesman Admit Card 2019 Soon

Indo Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) will release admit card 2019 for Tradesman post soon. ITBP will declare the exact date on its official website, http://recruitment.itbpolice.nic.in./

Once the admit card is released, the eligible candidates will be able to access that from the official website. The exam date, venue and time details will be mentioned in the admit card. It is expected that the admit card will release next month.

How to Download:

  • Open the official website of ITBP, http://recruitment.itbpolice.nic.in./
  • Go to the link ‘download admit card for ITBP Tradesman post.’
  • Fill up your registration number and details.
  • Admit card page will open.
  • Download it and print it.

ANSWER KEY OF QUESTION PAPER-I INSPECTOR (EDITOR) RECRUITMENT-2018 CONDUCTED ON 13/07/2019 – 72

There are a total number of 303 vacancies for the post. The job location will be anywhere in India. Only 10th pass candidates are eligible for this recruitment drive.

Important Dates: 

Events Dates
ITBP Tradesman recruitment 2017 Advertisement Release 27th July 2017
Application Start Date 8th August 2017
Application End Date 7th September 2017
Release of Admit Card August 2019 (Tentative)

There are total 303 vacancies for different posts, such as Constable Tailor, Constable Gardener, Gardener Cobbler, Constable Water Carrier, Constable Safai Karamchari, Constable Cook, Constable Washerman and Constable Barber. There is reservation for female, SC, ST and OBC candidates.

For Tailor, Gardener, Cobbler, the age limit is between 18 years to 23 years and for Water Carrier, Safai Karamchari, Cook, Washerman, Barber between 18 years to 25 years.

Vacancy Details:

Post Name Number of Vacancies
Male Female
Constable (Tailor) 16 3
Constable (Gardner) 32 6
Constable (Cobbler) 23 4
Constable (Water Career) 81 14
Constable (Safai Karamchari) 28 5
Constable (Cook) 47 8
Constable (Washerman) 21 4
Constable (Barber) 9 2

The selection process will be carried out in three steps. First, the eligible candidates need to sit for a written test. Afterwards, the shortlisted candidates will go through a Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and later a Physical Standard Test (PST).

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