Home Paper UP Police Constable Exam: Questions asked in police recruitment exam from Ramayana to Chandrayaan – UP Police Constable Exam: Questions asked in police recruitment exam from Ramayana to Chandrayaan, Education News

UP Police Constable Exam: Questions asked in police recruitment exam from Ramayana to Chandrayaan – UP Police Constable Exam: Questions asked in police recruitment exam from Ramayana to Chandrayaan, Education News

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UP Police Constable Exam 2024: In the 60 thousand constable recruitment exam on Sunday, many questions related to internet and police department were asked. There were many such questions which the candidates answered easily but they also got confused in some general questions. Which is the highest police honor in India? What is the name of the social media network which was known as Facebook Inc.? What is the name of the ladder of Chandrayaan 3? Which currency was banned during demonetization? Where is the headquarters of cyber crime in Uttar Pradesh? What is the meaning of GST? Who is the author of Ramayana? Such questions came in the next day’s paper.

More than 80 percent candidates reached: There was a lot of crowd at every center in the constable recruitment examination on Sunday. In this examination, candidates not only from Prayagraj but also from Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and other districts had come to take the examination. DCP Ashutosh Dwivedi, the nodal officer for constable recruitment, said that more than 80 percent of the candidates have given the examination. Solvers who came to take the exam in place of someone else were caught during biometric testing. Legal action is being taken against them.

The paper was quite easy. Questions were asked from every subject. There were general questions from General Knowledge. There were no difficult questions from any subject. -Savita, Prayagraj

I want to join UP Police. She had come two days ago with her brother Gaurav. The center was towards Phaphamau. That’s why I stayed nearby with a room on rent. – Sadhna, Gwalior MP

Came by train yesterday itself. Spent the night outside the station. Went to take exam in the morning. Reasoning and Hindi questions were a bit difficult. -Bhupendra Rajasthan

There was a paper in the morning so there was a hurry to reach there first. Had come from Kanpur in the night itself. The questions on Mathematics and Reasoning were a bit troubling. -Saurabh Kumar, Kanpur