KARIMNAGAR: The Physical measurement test and Physical efficiency test (PMT and PET) for the recruitment of Sub-Inspectors of police and Police constables by the Telangana state level police recruitment board from December 8 to 31, 2022, got off to a smooth start at the Commissionerate Training Centre (CTC) at Ujwala park on the outskirts of Karimnagar town on December 8, 2022.
A record number of 21,966 candidates, who qualified in the written tests, including 4,493 women and 17,473 men, would participate in the PMT\PET tests. The authorities have decided to allow 600 candidates daily for physical tests. Among them, 72 candidates abstained and 57 other candidates had stated they could not attend physical fitness tests due to health-related problems and the police authorities had referred the cases to the medical experts. Out of total participants in physical events.210 candidates qualified for further recruitment process.
Commissioner of Police V Satyanarayana had formally launched the physical tests by flagging off the mandatory 1600 meters run. Later, the candidates qualified in the 1600 meters runs, participated in the long jump and shot put throw. The PET process started after completion of bio-metric attendance, certifications verification, issuance of RFID bands etc.
The police authorities had made all arrangements for the candidates by deploying medical teams, ambulances and help-desks to clarify the doubts of the candidates. Additional DCP (admn) G Chandramohan, ACPs, Srinivas, Prathap, Madan Lal, SBI G Venkateshwarlu, administrative officials Muniratnam, ministerial staff and others were also present.