The admit card of the candidates has been issued for the recruitment of 9534 posts including SI in Uttar Pradesh Police. This exam is being held from 12 November to 2 December.
The written examination for recruitment to a total of 9534 posts including Sub Inspector (SI) in Uttar Pradesh Police has started on November 12. This exam being conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPBPB) is to be completed in 3 phases. UPPBPB has uploaded the exam date and city information of all the candidates who applied for this recruitment on the official website. At the same time, the original admit card of the candidates will be issued 3 days before the exam. It is worth mentioning that through this recruitment 9027 posts of Sub Inspector, 484 of Platoon Commander, and 23 posts of Fire Officer are to be filled. For this recruitment, UPPBPB had sought applications from the candidates between April 1 and June 15.
The exam is being held in 3 phases:
The examination for SI recruitment will be held in 3 phases and each phase will last for 6 days. The examination of 3 shifts will be conducted in 1 day and according to this, this examination is to be completed in a total of 54 shifts. The first phase examination for this recruitment will be held from 12 November to 17 November 2021. Whereas the second phase examination will be held from November 20 to 25, 2021 and the third phase examination will be held from November 27 to December 2, 2021. Apart from this, if any exam is canceled on any shift or on any date, then it will be conducted on 3 December 2021.
If easy questions are being asked in your shift, then definitely know these rules:
If you are appearing in this exam and easy questions are asked in your shift, then you must know about this rule. Actually, the candidates appearing in this exam may get slightly fewer marks even after giving the correct answers. In the notification issued by UPPBPB for SI recruitment, it is mentioned that if this exam will be held in more than one shift, then the system of normalization will be applicable in it. Along with this, UPPBPB has also issued a new notice stating that the marks of the candidates will be normalized in this examination under the Equi percentile method. It is noteworthy that in the system of normalization, under a formula, some extra marks are given to the candidates of the shift in which the difficult questions come and some marks are deducted for the candidates of the shift in which the easy questions come so that there should be equal competition in the examination among all the candidates.