The examination may be conducted soon for the recruitment of 9534 posts of SI in Uttar Pradesh. Applications were invited for this recruitment between April 1 and June 15.
The examination for recruitment to 9,534 posts of Sub Inspector (SI) in Uttar Pradesh Police is likely to be conducted soon. The application process for recruitment to the posts of SI has been completed long back. The applications were invited from April 1 to June 15 for this recruitment to be conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPBPB). After a long time has passed for the completion of the application process, the candidates are demanding to get the examination conducted as soon as possible. Out of the total 9534 posts to be recruited by UPPRPB, 9,27 posts are of Sub Inspector, 484 posts of Platoon Commander, and 23 posts of Fire Officer.
Marks can be deducted for answering the questions correctly:
The candidates appearing in this exam may get slightly fewer marks even after giving the correct answers. Actually, in the notification issued by UPPBPB for SI recruitment, it is mentioned that if this exam will be in more than one shift, then the system of normalization will be applicable in it. More than 15 lakh candidates have applied to appear in this exam so this exam is expected to be conducted in multiple shifts. In such a situation, it is possible that you will get fewer marks than the number of questions you have answered correctly.
What is this special arrangement?
Candidates appearing in the examinations which are conducted in different shifts often complain that their shifts had difficult questions and other candidates had easy questions in their shifts. In such a situation, the system of normalization is implemented in the examinations to prevent the unequal distribution of marks. Under this system, some extra marks are given to the candidates of the shift in which the difficult questions come under a formula and some marks are deducted for the candidates of the shift in which the easy questions come so that there is a difference between all the candidates. There should be equal competition in the examination.