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  • Written by Hrushikesh Vyas
  • Last Modified on 24-01-2023
  • Written by Hrushikesh Vyas
  • Last Modified on 24-01-2023

About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The UP Police SI Exam is conducted to recruit candidates for the Sub Inspector posts. The UP Police Recruitment notification was released by the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board which announced 9,534 vacancies for the post of Sub Inspector Civil Police (Male/Female), Fire Service II Officer (Male), and Platoon Commander/Sub Inspector Armed Police (Male).

To fill the mentioned vacancies, Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) conducted the UP Police SI Exam from November 12 to December 2, 2021, in 3 phases. Aspirants of  UP Police SI 2021-22 Exam must refer to this page to get complete information about the recruitment.

Exam Summary

Candidates can refer to the following table for more details on UP Police SI Exam 2021-22: 

Recruitment Board Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB)
Vacancies 9534
Mode of Application  Online
Category  UP Government Job 
Location Uttar Pradesh
Official website uppbpb.gov.in

Candidates have completed the online registration on the official website from April 1 to June 15, 2021. Candidates eagerly waiting to receive the latest information regarding UP Police SI Exam 2021-22 must bookmark this page for the latest information.

Refer to the following tables for a clear understanding of UP Police SI vacancies: 

UP Police SI Vacancies
Category Vacancies
UR 3,613
EWS 902
OBC 2,437
SC 1,895
ST 180
Total 9,027

 

UP Police Fire Officer Vacancies
Category Vacancies
UR 10
EWS 02
OBC 06
SC 05
ST
Total 23

 

UP Police SI Platoon Vacancies
Category Vacancies
UR 194
EWS 48
OBC 131
SC 101
ST 10
Total 484

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Latest Update

  • UP Police SI Result 2021-22 announced on June 12, 2022. Check here with direct link.
  • UP SI Answer Key was released on December 10 on the official website. The last date to raise objections was December 16, 2021.
  • Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board has conducted the exam for UP SI from November 12 to December 2, 2021, in 3 phases. 

Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Selection Process

All candidates applying for the post of UP Police Sub-Inspector should have a clear understanding of the selection process to prepare themselves for all the selection stages on which they will be tested. The selection process for UP Police Sub-Inspector includes the following:

  • Written Examination
  • Physical Standard Test (PST) 
  • Document Verification 
  • Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  • Medical Examination

Written Examination: The first and foremost stage of the selection process of UP Police Sub-Inspector is a written examination. A fixed syllabus is given to the candidates, the objective of the written exam is to check the basic knowledge and skills of the candidates. This exam is an online examination, with a 2-hour duration. Candidates must score better in this exam to be considered for the further selection stages.

Physical Standard Test: Being physically fit is mandatory for all the candidates aspiring to be a Sub-Inspector. There are specific essential Physical Standards that each applicant must meet to be considered for the post of Sub-Inspector. Once the candidate has successfully cleared the first stage of exam, they have to also pass the Physical Standard Test (PST) decided by the UPPRPB. Height and chest measurements are also important for this stage of selection, however, the measurement varies for male and female candidates. For details on measurement specifications, refer to the following table:

For Female Candidates
Categories Height Measurements (in cm) Chest Measurements (in cm)
General/OBC/SC 152 cms NA
ST(Scheduled Tribes) 147 cms NA

 

For Male Candidates
Categories Height Measurements (in cm) Chest Measurements (in cm)
General/OBC/SC 168 cms 79-84 cms
ST (Scheduled Tribes) 160 cms 77-82 cms

Documents Verification: After clearing the written exam and Physical Standard Test, candidates must provide all the required valid documents to be shortlisted for the next stage. Candidates will be required to submit all the documents mentioned by the Board mark sheets, passport size photos, photo id proof, Aahdar, PAN, and other required documents. Make sure to have all original documents throughout the process. Any fake documents or forged signatures found at any point may lead to the candidate’s disqualification, submit 100% authentic and credible documents.

Physical Efficiency Test (PET): The 4th stage of the selection process for UP Police Sub-Inspector involves a Physical Efficiency Test (PET). In this test, the candidates will have to participate in a running race and cover a certain distance within the provided time frame. Refer to the following table for more details on the selection race: 

For Male Candidates For Female Candidates
4.8 km within 28 minutes 2.4 km within 16 minutes


Medical Examination
: Once a candidate is through with Written Exam, Physical Standard Test, Document Verification, and Physical Efficiency Test, they have to face a medical examination. 

This stage of the selection process ensures that the candidate is in good health and will be able to perform the responsibilities of the role. Following are some of the conditions that every candidate should meet in order to be selected for the post of UP Police Sub-Inspector: 

  1. The minimum distance vision of 6/6 and 6/9 for both eyes is without any correction, i.e., wearing spectacles. 
  2. Each eye should have full field vision.
  3. There will be a disqualification if the candidate has a squint, colour blindness, or any morbid condition in either of eye or both eyes.

Exam pattern details - Scoring pattern (+/- Marking)

The UPPRPB conducts a written exam as the first stage for SI Bharti. To score well in the written exams, all the candidates need to get familiar with the latest exam pattern chosen by the Board for UP Police SI Exam. The written exam paper includes 160 questions and holds 400 marks in total. All questions are objective-type, and there is no negative marking in the UP Police SI exam. The question paper will be available in both English and Hindi, so the candidates can choose in which language they want to attempt the exam. Refer to the following table of the subject-wise marks weightage and number of questions that come from each subject:

Subject Marks Number of Questions
General Hindi 100 40
Basic Law/ Constitution/ General Knowledge 100 40
Numerical and Mental Ability Test 100 40
Mental Aptitude Test/ Intelligence Quotient Test/ Reasoning 100 40
Total 400 160

Exam pattern details - Total time

The duration of the examination for UP Police SI will be 120 minutes.

Exam Calendar

Check the table below to know the UP SI Written Test Exam Schedule.

UP SI Exam Dates
Phase 1: November 12 to 17, 2021
Phase 2: November 19 to 24, 2021
Phase 3: November 27 to December 2, 2021

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Candidates should go through the entire UP Police Syllabus Sub-Inspector Exam before commencing the preparation. It will help them understand what they need to cover to score better marks in the written exam. Here we have provided the detailed section-wise syllabus which will help candidates to plan their preparation well: 

Subject/ Section Topics to be Covered
General Knowledge
  • India and its adjacent countries
  • Scientific Progress/Development
  • National/International Awards
  • Indian Languages
  • Books
  • Script
  • Capital
  • Currency
  • Sports-Athlete such as essential knowledge

UP General Knowledge 

  • History : Fort, Museum
  •  Geographical Structure : Forests, Rivers, Dams
  •  Lakes : Administrative Structure, Religions, Languages, Nick Names of Cities, Airports
  • Arts & Culture : Dress, Temples, Festivals
  • Economic : Stadium, Thermal Power Plants, Nuclear Power Plant.
  • Education : Educational Institution
  • Heritage Sites : National Parks, Wild Life Sanctuary, Palace, Monuments
General Hindi
  • Use of Words
  • Antonym
  • Synonym
  • Letter Writing
  • Word Knowledge
  • Sentence Correction
  • One Word Substitutions
  • Title of the Passage
  • Question and Answer from the Passage
  • Idioms Phrases
Law & Constitution
  • Basic Law
  • Human Rights
  • Traffic Rules
  • National Security Issues
  • Principle of Crime Punishment
  • Right of Self Defense
  • General Knowledge about the law
  • General Knowledge about Indian Constitution
  • Aim of the Constitution
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Directive principles
  • Rules & Regulations of constitutional Amendments
  • All India Service
  • Information about social law associated with women children
  • Reservation of SC/ ST, Environment
  • Wildlife Conservation
Numerical Ability Test
  • Decimal & Fraction
  • Number System
  • Simplification
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • HCF LCM
  • Use of Table & Graph
  • Mensuration & Miscellaneous
  • Compound and Simple Interest
  • Partnership
  • Profit & Loss, Discount
  • Time & Work, Distance
  • Percentage
Mental Aptitude
  • Law and order
  • Communal harmony
  • Crime Control
  • Rule of law
  • The ability of Adaptability
  • Professional Information (Basic level)
  • Police System
  • Contemporary Police Issues & Law and order
  • Basic Law
  • Interest in Profession
  • Mental toughness
  • Sensitivity towards minorities and the underprivileged
  • Gender sensitivity
Mental Ability Test
  • Logical Diagram
  • Symbol-Relationship Interpretation
  • Codification Perception Test
  • Word formation Test
  • Letter and number series
  • Word and alphabet
  • Analogy
  • Common Sense Test
  • Letter and number coding
  • Direction sense Test
  • Logical interpretation of data
  • The forcefulness of argument
  • We are determining meanings
Intelligence Quotient
  • Relationship and Analogy Test
  • Spotting out the dissimilar
  • Series Completion
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Direction Sense Test
  • Blood Relation
  • Problems supported the alphabet
  • Time sequence test
  • Venn Diagram and chart type test
  • Mathematical ability Test
  • Arranging so as
Reasoning
  • Analogies
  • Similarities
  • Differences
  • Space visualisation
  • Problem-solving
  • Analysis and Judgment
  • Decision-making
  • Visual memory
  • Discrimination
  • Observation
  • Relationship
  • Concepts
  • Arithmetic reasoning
  • Verbal and figure classification
  • Arithmetical number series
  • Abilities to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationships
  • Arithmetical computations and other analytical functions

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

Candidates need to score higher marks in the written exam for the UP Police Sub-Inspector exam. If candidates fail to score good marks in the written exam, they will not be shortlisted for further steps. Here are some of the preparation tips that will help you to score better in your UP Police Sub-Inspector Exam: 

Understand syllabus: This is the first step that must be followed for your exam preparation journey. Any competitive examination has a defined syllabus and the previous year papers to refer to for exam pattern and difficulty level. First, go through the notification of any exam and then go through the past year’s papers so that you can get to know what you are getting into.

Create a study timetable: It will allow you to dedicate fixed hours to your exam preparation every day. Hence, it will reduce the last-minute exam-related stress and pressure. It is essential to manage your time wisely and smartly to achieve success. Dedicate fixed time to study, recreation, and your other daily activities to avoid distractions. Try to optimise your time, make the most out of it. While creating a timetable, keep it personalised and tailored to your lifestyle and study methods. It is best if you create the timetable well in advance. This will help you settle in and organise your daily and weekly study targets and leave you enough time to revise for assessments and exams. 

Refer to right study material: You must focus on quality rather than quantity. Put your concentration on one book rather than covering all the books at once. Try to cover the books recommended by the Board first and then move to other books for further references. These recommended books will clarify various concepts for you. It is important for the candidates to understand that competitive exams are knowledge application tests. Go through the solutions of previous year papers to understand the most effective ways of answering the questions.

Attempt as many mock tests as possible: Embibe has provided several mock tests focused on different sections of the UP Police Sub-Inspector Exam papers. Take these tests and ensure that your preparation is on point. Along with the mock tests, practising previous year sample papers would be highly helpful. This will help you to get familiar with the exam pattern and instill a habit of completing the paper in the time frame provided. 

Take revision seriously: Revision is the most crucial step in your entire preparation journey. It is impossible to remember everything that’s studied only once. Multiple revision is effective for retention as well as application. With a vast syllabus to cover, it is acceptable that candidates start forgetting the earlier studied concepts while trying to learn more concepts. Hence revision should be done at regular intervals. 

Read newspapers every day: General awareness section is a part of almost every exam, especially UPSC, SSC, SSC CGL, SSC MTS, Banking exams etc. If your concepts are clear, you may score well in every section of these competitive exams with the last-minute preparations but not the general awareness. To score well in this section you necessarily have to be aware of social, cultural, financial, economic and regional news and updates all across the globe. Start reading at least one newspaper every day to stay updated with current affairs. 

Make notes: It is not the process of understanding a topic that is the tough part; it is the remembering. Hence, it is essential to note important issues and glance through them whenever you wish to revise a topic. Well-organised and to the point notes save you the trouble of revisiting the voluminous study material. While learning a topic, try to make notes for better understanding and easy revisions. Writing down points helps you to remember them for a longer time. Note that while you are writing, you’re also paying attention and thinking about the topic you are learning, which helps your mind engage more actively with the information and thus store it better.

Exam Taking Strategy

Candidates appearing for the UP Police Sub-Inspector Examination may find the exam-day tips to prepare themselves for cracking the competitive exam with ease.

  1. According to exam experts, the aspirants should be confident about appearing in the exam on D-Day.
  2. While they should be concentrating on the syllabus they have covered comprehensively, they should not be worrying about what they might have missed at the last moment. This will help in keeping them cool.
  3. It’s advisable by the exam experts, that an aspirant must revise the important pointers; he/she might have prepared while making notes.
  4. Having said that, they should not again overstress themselves in revision.
  5. The aspirants are also advised to check their examination centre, a day prior to their exam date so that they exactly know the distance to be covered in the given time.
  6. The candidates should keep their stationery items and admit card ready the night before to avoid chaos on the exam date.
  7. Further, the exam experts advise on being hydrated at least two days before the exam.

Detailed Study plan

General Hindi Section: This is the highest-scoring section for many candidates. The section comprises 40 questions in total. General Hindi is the easiest section compared to the other sections. The candidates just have to avoid common silly mistakes, and they will be able to score. In order to ensure higher marks in this section, candidates are advised to attempt as many mock question papers as possible.

Law and Constitution Section: This part tests candidates’ understanding of the law and the Constitution. To pass this section, candidates should have a thorough understanding of legal rules and specific acts. Candidates who take notes on the law and amend it appropriately have an advantage over other aspirants. This section usually contains a total of 24 questions. 

General Knowledge Section: This section focuses on general knowledge and current events at the national and international levels. The candidates should read a newspaper daily and cut out the dates and important events followed in the year. This section consists of a total of 16 questions.

Numerical & Mental Ability Section: As the name suggests, this section tests the candidate’s numerical ability and problem-solving technique. The level of questions asked in this section is based on high school mathematics. There are 40 questions asked in this section. Practice and the list of important formulas on which questions are generally asked should be thoroughly made by the candidate. Learning shortcut tricks and preparing the mock tests will enable the candidate to manage time efficiently.

Mental Aptitude Test/Intelligence Quotient Test/Test of Reasoning Section: This section includes the questions based on the candidates’ General IQ/ Reasoning ability. There are 40 questions in this section, and the critical factor to ace this section is to have a calm and composed mind during the entire test. The candidates should also go through the previous year papers and mock tests for a better vivid understanding of the questions asked in the UP Police SI exam.

Previous Year Analysis

Previous Year Analysis

Previous Year Papers

Candidates who aspire to be a UP Police SI and are preparing for UP Police SI Exam 2022 must go through  previous years’ papers to get an idea regarding what kind of questions have been asked during the last years’ papers.

UP Police Question Paper – 2rd Shift – December 19 
UP Police Question Paper – 3rd Shift – December 19
UP Police Question Paper – 2nd Shift – December 20
UP Police Question Paper – 3rd Shift – December 20
UP Police Question Paper – 3rd Shift – December 21

Previous Year Cut-off

Check the table for previous years UP Police SI Cut-off marks. This might help the candidates to get a better idea of what score they need to get to qualify for the UP Police SI exam.

UP Police SI Previous Year Cut-off Mark (2015-16)
Category Cut-off Marks
General 332.9167
OBC 321.2500
SC 283.9127
ST 235.4167
Ex-Serviceman 271.5000
Female 239.2500

Important Dates

About Exam

Exam Notification Date

Candidates applying for UP Police Sub-Inspector posts should know all the important dates related to the UP Police Sub-Inspector recruitment process. Following are some of the important dates:

Events Date
Releasing Date of the Recruitment Notification February 25, 2021
Online Application Started April 1, 2021
Last Date to Apply June 15, 2021
Exam Dates

Phase 1:  November 12 to 17, 2021
Phase 2: November 19 to 24, 2021
Phase 3: November 27 to December 2, 2021

Answer Key Dates December 10 to 16, 2021
Result Out June 12, 2022

Candidates are also advised to keep visiting this page or the official website for the latest updates on important dates.

Application Form Filling - Start & End Date

Candidates can apply for the posts of UP Police Sub-Inspector by taking the following steps:

1st Step: Visit the official website of Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) and open the online application form page. 
2nd Step: Fill in the online form by entering two sets of details- Personal details and educational and other details. 
3rd Step: Upload all the required documents:

  • Upload the Scanned copy of your recent colour passport size photo image (in size 11Kb – 30Kb of file format JPG or JPEG only).
  • Upload the scanned copy of your signature (size 5Kb – 10Kb of file format JPG or JPEG only).
  • Upload the scanned image of requisite documents (size 50Kb – 600Kb of file format pdf, JPG or JPEG only) (also file name should not have special characters) and proceed further to the preview page.

4th Step: Check all the provided details to make sure that there are no mistakes and the information entered is correct. 
5th Step: Pay the application fee online using internet banking, credit/debit cards, or other UPI through gateway payment. The application and examination fee for all applicants is Rs. 400 (four hundred Rupees only). While making the payment online, please keep the following points in mind: 

  • If an applicant has already initiated an online payment but didn’t receive a successful payment response, then, in that case, the system will allow the applicant to re-initiate the payment only after 45 minutes from the time of initiation of the first payment. But if the applicant’s payment is rejected, then the applicant will be allowed to make another payment attempt immediately.
  • After successful payment, the applicant will get a registration number used for further communication and the applicant considered a registered candidate. An SMS and email confirming the payment will be sent to the applicant.
  • Once the fee has been successfully paid, the payment status will update the system accordingly, and the application process will be completed.

6th Step: After the payment is completed, the applicant can take the print/download the application form and payment receipt from the Dashboard page.

Application Process

About Exam

Dos and Donts of Form Filling

Dos:

  • Always read the instructions carefully before filling up the application.
  • The applicant should read the application form thoroughly.
  • Candidates are allowed to submit only one online application form for the examination.
  • The candidates must fill in all the essential details like your name, father’s name, mother’s name, and DOB, as they are mentioned in your high school mark sheet, which must be filled correctly.
  • Always cross-check the details with your Adhar Card, Voter ID Card, Passport, percentage and year of passing with the mark sheets, etc.
  • Always provide a valid email ID and mobile number.
  • Always keep your scanned and photocopies of the documents ready.
  • Use a desktop or laptop for form filling.
  • Always use good network availability while filling the form.

Don’ts:

  • Don’t accept the terms and conditions of the application form without reading them. 
  • Don’t fill up the wrong information.
  • Mention your percentage correctly. Don’t round off your percentage.
  • Don’t forget to upload the scanned photograph.
  • Don’t choose any preference order.
  • Don’t make any mistakes while filling the form.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria

Age Criteria

The Board has certain eligibility criteria that all the candidates should meet to be considered for the UP Police Sub-Inspector Recruitment. All the applicants are advised to check whether they meet the eligibility criteria or not before making the online application. Here we have provided details on the Nationality, Age and Educational eligibility criteria for UP Police Sub-Inspector Exam 2021-22.

Nationality

  • The candidate must be an Indian citizen.
  • Tibetan refugees who have migrated to India before 01 January 1962
  • Indian origin persons from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Uganda, and the United Republic of Tanzania who has now settled permanently in India

Age

  • Both male and female candidates should be between 21-28 years as of July 01, 2021.
  • Candidates from SC, ST, and other such categories will be eligible for relaxation in the upper age limit. SC/ST/OBC candidates will be provided with an upper age relaxation of 5 years. Hence, the maximum age limit to apply for the UP Police Sub-Inspector post for these categories is 33 years.

Education Qualification

  • Candidates who wish to apply for the post of UP Police Sub-Inspector, are required to have a graduation degree from a recognised university in any discipline. Being a graduate is the minimum educational qualification needed to be considered for the post.
  • The candidate opting for Fire Officer 2 post must be a Science graduate.

Admit Card

Admit Card

Admit Card Release Date

Admit cards for the UP Police Sub-Inspector exam are released for each separately. Once the UP Police admit card is released, candidates will be able to download the same by following these steps:

1st Step: Visit the official website
2nd Step: Click on ‘Application login’ .
3rd Step: Enter your online application reference number and the password you created while making the application. If you forget your password or registration number, you can always retrieve it by clicking on ‘Forgot Reference or Password’.
4th Step: After logging into your account, you will be able to see your admit card. Admit cards will have date and time of the examination, address of the examination centre and other important details.
5th Step: Download your admit card, take a print out and carry it with you to the examination centre.

Cut-off

Cut off

Expected Cut-off

Refer to the following tables for UP Police SI expected cut-off marks for male and female candidates under different categories:

UP Police SI Expected Cut-off Marks (Male)
Category Cut-off
General 330+
OBC 290+
SC 260+
ST 230+
Ex-Serviceman 310+

 

UP Police SI Expected Cut-off Marks (Female)
Category Cut-off
General 290+
OBC 270+
SC 210+
ST 240+
Ex-Serviceman 280+

*Note: There will be a minimum sectional cut off 35% for each subject to qualify in the written exam.

*Note: These expected cut-off are just the assumptions made based on the previous year’s cut-off. The actual cut-off for UP Police Sub-Inspector Exam 2021-22 could be higher or lower than the expected cut-off mentioned above.

Actual Cut-off

The written exam is the first step of the selection process for the UP Police Sub-Inspector post, and to be considered for further steps, candidates must score more than the cut-off marks. Hence, all the candidates need to have an idea of the cut-off usually set by the board. There are different cut-off for Male and Female applicants, and the cut-off marks vary from year to year. 

The cut-off marks for the UP Police SI Exam 2021-22 have been released along with the results. Click on this link to download the Up Police Si Final Cut-off list.

Exam Result

Exam Result

Result Declaration

UP Police Recruitment and Promotion Board has announced the UP Police SI Exam Result 2022. Candidates can check the results on the official website UP Police SI Exam Results 2021-22. The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board have released the results in PDF form and candidates will have to check their written exam scores according to the registration numbers. They will also be able to download their results for future reference.

The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion has also issued the cut-off list for UP Police Sub-Inspector on the official website. All the candidates who have scored the cut-off marks will be invited to move on to the next steps of the UP Police recruitment process.

FAQs

Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1: When will the UP Police SI Results 2021-22 be declared?
Ans: The authorities have released the UP Police SI Final results 2021-22 on June 12, 2022 on the official website – uppbpb.gov.in.

Q.2: When will the board conduct the UP SI Exam?
Ans:
 UPPRPB has conducted the UP Police Sub-Inspector Exam between November 12 to December 2, 2021, in 3 phases.

Q.3: How many questions will be asked in UP Police SI written exams? 
Ans: There will be a total of 160 questions in the UP Police SI exam paper. Each question will account for 2.5 marks, and the entire paper will hold a total of 400 marks. 

Q.4: What is the age limit of applying for UP Police SI?
Ans:
 Both male and female candidates should be of ages between 21-28 years as of 1st July 2021. Relaxations in the upper age limit shall be provided to SC, ST, and such category candidates as per the Govt rules.

Q.5: What is the In-Hand salary range for UP Police SI post?
Ans:
 The in-hand salary range of UP SI is Rs. 24,000- Rs. 26,400 as per their pay scale. 

Q.6: What is the minimum educational qualification required to be eligible for the UP Police SI post?
Ans:
The minimum qualification required to apply for the post of UP Police SI is graduation from a recognized university in any stream.

Q.7: How to download the UP Police SI Exam Admit Card?
Ans: Candidates can download their Admit Card for the official website by entering the registration number and password they created while applying online for the exam.

Q.8: What is the selection process for the UP Police Sub Inspector Post?
Ans:
 The selection for the UP Police Sub Inspector will comprise of a written test, Physical Efficiency Test, and Physical Standard Test.

Q.9: What is the syllabus for UP Police SI?
Ans:
The UP Police SI Syllabus will comprise of General Hindi/सामान्य हिंदी, Basic Law/ Constitution/General Knowledge/ मूल कानून / संविधान / सामान्य ज्ञान, Numerical & Mental Ability Test/ संख्यात्मक और मानसिक क्षमता परीक्षण, and Mental Aptitude Test/ Intelligence Quotient Test/Reasoning/ मानसिक योग्यता परीक्षण/ इंटेलिजेंस क्वोटिएंट टेस्ट/रीजनिंग.

Q.10: Is there a negative marking in UP Police SI Exam?
Ans: No, there will not be negative marking in UP Police SI Exam 2021-22.

Job Profile & Salary

salary structuire

Job Description

The job profile of a UP Police Sub-Inspector is quite interesting as the major job responsibilities of the role are related to maintaining law and order in a defined jurisdiction. Refer to the following table to understand the job responsibilities of a UP Police Sub-Inspector:

Job Responsibilities Details
Ensuring Safety of Citizens The main duty of a UP Police SI is to ensure the safety of the citizens living in his jurisdiction.
Maintaining Discipline To reduce the number of crimes happening in an area, UP Police SI is responsible for maintaining the discipline in his area. The discipline society is often a crime-free society.
Providing detailed reports to the superior officers One of the important job responsibilities of a UP Police SI is to provide detailed reports to their superior officers. This allows the higher rank officers to stay updated with the status of law and order in a particular jurisdiction.
Solving all the cases in the designated jurisdiction It is the responsibility of a UP Police Sub-Inspector to solve all the cases of his jurisdiction that have been assigned to him and his subordinates.
Doing a weekly patrol of his area. A UP Police SI is expected to do the patrol of his area every week to ensure that citizens are safe and sound and law and order of the area are in place.

Salary Structure

The salary of a UP Police Sub-Inspector is in accordance with the 7th pay commission. Along with the salary, UP Police Sub-Inspectors are also entitled to various allowances and benefits, including medical allowances, loan benefits, Gratuity, Provident Fund, Insurance, etc. Many candidates aspire to be a Sub Inspector as it is considered one of the prestigious jobs under the UP Police Board. If a candidate gets promoted to a higher level, the basic pay may increase. After adding all the allowances and deducting all the deductions, the in-hand salary is Rs. 24,000. 26,400 as per their pay scale.

Candidates can refer to the following table to understand the salary structure for the UP Police Sub-Inspector post:

Salary Components Pay in Rupees
Pay-Scale Rs. 9,300/- to Rs. 34,800/-
Grade Pay Rs. 4,200/-
Dearness Allowance & HRA Rs. 13,500/-
Gross Monthly Salary Rs. 27,900/- to 1,04,400/-
Deductions Rs. 4,000/- to 24,000/-
In-Hand UP Police SI Salary Rs. 24,000/- to 80,400/-

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