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About 50.14 lakh applications have been received for recruitment to 60244 posts of constable in UP Police. So many applications have never been received in any previous UP Police recruitment. Among the 50 lakh candidates who have applied for UP Police Constable Recruitment, about 15 lakh are women. It is clear from the record breaking number of applications that selection will not be easy. There will be strong competition. There are 83 contenders for one post among male candidates, while 125 candidates will contest for one post among women. Let us tell you that out of total vacancy, about 12000 posts will be reserved for women candidates.

Even the Recruitment Board had not anticipated that so many applications would be received for UP Police Constable Recruitment. Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board was expecting 32 lakh applications for constable recruitment which came out after four years. The recruitment examination is planned to be conducted on 18th February. It is being told that due to more applicants, the exam can be conducted in 2 to 3 shifts.

The link to make corrections in UP Police Constable Online Form and deposit fees is open now, hence minor changes in the number of above applications are possible. Candidates who have made any mistake in the details while filling their form can correct it. Candidates can make corrections in the form by visiting uppbpb.gov.in. Time has been given till January 20, 2024 for correction in the online form. Apart from this, the last date for depositing fees is 20 January 2024.

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exam pattern
The written examination will be of 300 marks. There were questions on general knowledge, general Hindi, numerical and mental ability, mental aptitude, IQ and logical ability. There will be total 150 questions.

There will also be negative marking on wrong answers. 0.5 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. If two or more candidates have equal marks, preference will be given to those candidates who have NCC B Certificate or DOEC O Level or two years experience in Territorial Army. If there is nothing in it then those who are older will be placed higher in merit.

Physical Test – Candidates passing the written examination will be called for physical test. Men will have to run 4.8 km in 25 minutes and women will have to run 2.4 km in 14 minutes.

The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the written examination. There will be no interview in this recruitment. No waiting list will be prepared.