There is good news for the youth waiting for the recruitment of UP Police in Uttar Pradesh. Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB), Lucknow may soon start the recruitment of 26210 constables. The notification of constable recruitment can be issued this week on the official website of the board, uppbpb.gov.in. Eligible and interested candidates keep checking the website of the board from time to time.
UPPBPB to start constable recruitment soon
Actually, the Yogi government of the state is continuously working towards providing more and more government jobs. According to the information received, it is directed by CM Yogi Adityanath that the recruitment of about 40 thousand posts in the police department should be completed at the earliest. In such a situation, it is now being speculated that the process of constable recruitment can be started by UPPBPB at any time.
Notification may be issued by next week
Notification can be issued for UP Police Constable Recruitment by this week or next week. As soon as the recruitment process starts, 12th pass candidates can submit online applications by visiting the official website of UP Police. Apart from this, other information related to age limit and recruitment process will be available only after the release of notification.
Around 20 lakh candidates can take part in the exam
According to the information received, due to the absence of UP Police recruitment in the state for a long time, the number of candidates may increase this time. According to the UP Police Recruitment Board, this time around 20 lakh candidates can appear for the recruitment exam. In such a situation, a lot of competition will be seen in this exam. The constable recruitment exam will be conducted on OMR sheet through offline mode. There will be objective-type questions in the exam. Questions will be asked from the subjects General Knowledge, General Hindi, Science, Numerical, Mental Ability, Mental Aptitude/IQ and Reasoning Ability in the exam. Every movement during the exam will be monitored by CCTV cameras.