UP Police SI Result 2021 Date: This wait of students waiting for Uttar Pradesh Police SI Result may end soon. The results are expected to be released as soon as the election process is over in UP.
UP Police SI Result 2021 Date:
Lakhs of candidates appeared in the written examination for recruitment to the posts of Sub Inspector (SI), Platoon Commander and Fire II Officer in Uttar Pradesh Police, who are now waiting for the result.
9,534 posts are to be recruited through this examination and in such a situation the candidates are eagerly waiting for the result.
According to the estimates, the result can be released in the coming few days.
The examination for recruitment to the posts of Sub Inspector in UP was conducted in three phases from November 12, 2021 to December 2, 2022. The registration for this was done between April 1 and June 15, 2021.
Almost three months have passed since the examination and usually the result comes in that time, but at this time the process of assembly elections is going on in UP and hence there is a delay in the declaration of the result.
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Result may come in this week of March
The election process in Uttar Pradesh is going to be completed in the next fortnight. The election results will be announced on March 10. According to experts, the result can be declared as soon as the election process in UP is over.
Here is the last phase of polling on March 7, after which the result can be declared at any time. The exam result is expected to be released in the second or third week of March.
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12 lakh candidates had appeared in the UP Police Sub Inspector Recruitment Examination. Selected candidates will be called for document verification and Physical Efficiency Test (PET).
Talking about the physical efficiency test for UP Police Sub-Inspector, male candidates of all categories will have to run a run of 4.8 km in 28 minutes, while female candidates will have to run 2.4 km in 16 minutes.