PSPCL Exam Admit Card 2015, PSPCL Exam Date 2015 19-Dec-2015 to 30-Dec-2015, www.pspcl.in, PSPCL Admit Card 2015 Exam Date – CRA 285/15 & 286/15
PSPCL Admit Card 2015 Exam Date – CRA 285/15 & 286/15:
PSPCL (Punjab State Power Corporation Limited) is going to conduct the written examination on 26, 27, 28 December for posts under CRA 285/15 & CRA 286/15.A huge number of candidates are waiting for PSPCL Admit Card 2015.The authority suggests all the candidates must visit the official website of the organisation then check and download the PSPCL Admit Card 2015.PSPCL Admit Card 2015 is available on the official website
Steps to download the PSPCL Admit Card
- Candidates should log on to the official website of the organization that is www.pspcl.in
- Then on the main page, you can see the latest updates and news
- Then the candidates search the link showing”PSPCL Admit Card 2015.”
- Click on that link
- After that, a new tab will open, enter the application number & date of Birth in the given field.
- Click on the submit button
- Now Save the admit card that appeared on your screen
- Take Hard Copy of it for exam use
The candidates who are searching & waiting for the PSPCL Admit Card 2015 they can download their PSPCL Admit Card 2015 by using their application no & date of birth from the official website.If any candidates who forget to take the admit card in the examination hall will not allow to attend the exam.Because the admit card contains all the information about the exam & admit card such as the name of candidates roll no, application no, exam date& time, exam center, date of birth, photo & signature, postal address, etc.
PSPCL Exam Date 2015:- 19-Dec-2015 to 30-Dec-2015
There will be 100 multiple choice objective type questions with one correct answer.
► Out of these 100 questions, 60 questions will be related to the concerned discipline of the post applied for and 40 questions from General Knowledge, Reasoning and General English for all the posts.
► There will be negative marking for a wrong answer @ 0.25 (1/4th) of the marks allotted for the correct answer.
► The minimum qualifying marks in the written test for General Category candidates is 50% and for Reserve Category candidates is 40%.