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West Bengal Forest Guard Result 2017 Cut off, Merit List available at www.policewb.gov.in

WB Forest Guard Result 2017, West Bengal Forest Guard Cut off 2017, WB Police Forest Guard Merit List available at www.policewb.gov.in

WB Forest Guard Result 2017

The West Bengal Police Department has conducted the exam to recruit candidates for the Forest Guard posts on 10th September 2017 successfully at various centers which are affiliated with the organization. Now the authorities are planning to release the results soon which the authorities will declare on its website www.policewb.gov.in. The date for the result declaration is not known but we will soon declare and update the dates here. Candidates who are searching for the result has to wait for the result date as the authority did not yet declare the dates. Meanwhile, you can check the answer key for the West Bengal Forest Guard which is available on its website www.policewb.gov.in.

WB Police Forest Guard Answer Key 2017

Soon after the completion of the exam, the authority has released the answer keys for the West Bengal Forest Guard Exam which you can check on its website. With the help of this answer sheet, you can make the analysis of the total marks obtained by the candidate. Many of the coaching institutes have declared the Answer Keys for the Forest Guard exam by which the candidate can make the analysis of the marks obtained by the candidate. You can take out any of the answer keys as you have Answer Keys for all sets including Set A, B, C, and D out of which you have to select one and accordingly you have to make an analysis about the result achieved.

www.policewb.gov.in Result 2017

Name of the Organization West Bengal Police Department
Name of the Examination WB Forest Guard Written Exam
Name of the Post Forest guard
Number of the Post 259 Posts
Examination Date 10th September 2017
Location West Bengal
Category Result/ Cutoff/ Merit List
Result Release Date October 2017
Result Status Release Soon
Official Website www.policewb.gov.in

WB Forest Guard Cut Off Marks 2017

Coming to the cutoff list for the West Bengal Forest Guard, the authority will release the separate cutoff list for the shortlisted candidates and there will be separate cut off marks for the West Bengal Forest Guard which will be decided by the authorities. The authority will prepare the cutoff list by considering various factors including the previous year cutoff marks, the total number of candidates who had applied for the test and seats available for the Forest guard position. Selecting 259 candidates is not an easy task; hence the authority has conducted the written test and will be going to conduct the interviews soon. Using this cutoff marks, the authority will prepare the merit list for the WB Forest Guard which will be going to be prepared as per the cut off list.

WB Forest Guard Merit List 2017

The West Bengal Police Recruitment Board is the board which is responsible for the recruiting dynamic and deserving candidates at its various posts. From the merit list of the WBPRB, you will check the list of the candidates who are shortlisted and will be eligible for the next selection process. The authority will prepare the merit list for the West Bengal Forest Guard which will depend on the cutoff marks and the total number of candidates appeared in the exam and seats available for the West Bengal Forest guard. The authority has conducted the written test on 10th September 2017 and now they had released the result for the same.

Check WB Forest Guard Result 2017

Here we have listed the steps which will let you check the result. All you have to follow the step by step procedure which will take you to the result page.

  • Visit the website of the WB Forest Guard that is policewb.gov.in.
  • Look for the link to open the WB Forest Guard Result at the home page.
  • Select the set and enter all your details asked on the page.
  • Now you will find the result page which you can download as per your convenience or you can take the hard copy of it.

Official Website: www.policewb.gov.in

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