UP Police: Admit card of UP Police Radio Operator Recruitment Exam released, till when for constable

UP Police: Admit card of UP Police Radio Operator Recruitment Exam released, till when for constable

UP Police Admit Card: Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board has released the admit card for the online written examination for recruitment to the posts of Radio Head Operator, Assistant Operator and Workshop Employee. The link to download the admit card has been activated on uppbpb.gov.in. A total of 2430 posts will be filled through the recruitment of all three types of posts. In Radio Cadre, recruitment is to be done on 1374 posts of Assistant Operator, 936 posts of Chief Operator/Head Operator Mechanical and 120 posts of Workshop Employees. The recruitment examination for workshop employee posts will be held on 29th and 30th January, that of Head Operator on 30th and 31st January and that of Assistant Operator on 1st February to 8th February.

UP Police Constable Admit Card till when

According to reports, UP Police Constable Recruitment Exam is planned to be conducted on 17-18 February. It is being told that due to more applicants, the exam can be conducted in 2 shifts. Now the candidates are waiting for their admit card to arrive. If the UP Police Recruitment Board makes an official announcement by fixing the date of 17-18 February for the examination, then the admit cards of the candidates can be issued three to four days earlier i.e. around 13 February. Exam city may be released a week earlier i.e. on 9-10 February.

Admit Card Link

Assistant and Head Operator

Candidates will be selected on the basis of performance in online written examination, physical measurement and physical efficiency test.

selection of workshop staff
Examination

There will be an online written examination of 400 marks. Questions of 100 marks each will be asked from General Hindi, Science-General Knowledge, Numerical and Mental Ability Test, Mental Aptitude Test/Logical Test. The exam will be of two and a half hours.

Physical Efficiency Test (PET)

Candidates who are successful in document verification and physical standards test will have to appear in PET. Male candidates will have to run 4.8 km in 28 minutes. Women will have to run 2.4 km in 16 minutes.

merit
Merit will be released on the basis of marks obtained in the written examination of the candidates found successful in PET.

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