The medical examination ensures candidates meet the required physical and medical standards for police service.
A comprehensive examination is conducted to assess general health, vision, hearing, cardiovascular fitness, etc.
Candidates should focus on maintaining overall fitness and agility to perform well in physical tests during the examination.
Regular eye and ear check-ups are recommended to identify and address any issues that may affect eligibility.
Engage in regular exercise, maintain a healthy diet, and manage stress to support cardiovascular fitness.
Adopt healthy habits, including proper nutrition, hydration, and adequate rest, to ensure optimal physical well-being.
Undergo routine medical check-ups to address any underlying health conditions and ensure timely treatment.
Familiarize yourself with the medical guidelines provided by the recruitment authorities to adhere to the requirements.
Keep all medical records and certificates readily available for verification during the examination process.
Consult with healthcare professionals for personalized advice and recommendations based on your specific health needs.