After a wait of almost 2 months, the Professional Examination Board (PEB), Bhopal, has announced the result for the MP Police Recruitment 2022 stage 1 examination. Results have been announced for both GD and Radio constable through the online mode, on the official website peb.mp.gov.in. Those who appeared for the recruitment exam can check their result to know their shortlisting status. The online result shall specify whether or not a candidate has qualified the first round.
MP Police Constable Recruitment 2022 stage 1 exam was held across the state of Madhya Pradesh, on January 08, 2022. The test was held in two shifts – shift 1 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am and shift 2 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
How to check the MP Police 2022 result?
To check the MP Police 2022 stage 1 result, a candidate needs to follow the steps given below –
Step 1: Visit the official website – peb.mp.gov.in.
Step 2: On the homepage of the website, choose the preferred language – either English or Hindi.
Step 3: After doing so, the actual homepage will appear on the screen. Click on the “First Stage Result – Police Constable Recruitment – 2020” link present in the pop-up box.
Step 4: This will lead to a new page asking for login credentials such as Application Number/Roll Number and Date of Birth. Also, enter the captcha code displayed on the screen before clicking on the ‘Search’ option.
Step 5: Result shall appear on the screen. Download or print a copy of the result for future reference.
Details mentioned in MP Police 2022 result?
The MP Police 2022 stage 1 result mentions the following important details –
- Roll Number
- Application Number
- Name of Applicant
- Date of Birth
- Category or class
- Shortlisting status
All details except the shortlisting status are the same ones mentioned in the MP Police 2022 stage 1 admit card or submitted by the candidate during the application process.
Cut-off not announced
To qualify the MP Police 2022 stage 1 examination, each candidate is expected to score equal to or more than his/her category cut-off. These categories include UR or open, SC, ST, OBC, EWS, etc. Of course, each category will have its own cut-off which is further differentiated into male and female.
Following is a table summarising the expected gender-wise cut-offs for each category –
As of now, the official MP Police 2022 cut-off has not been announced. While most candidates were expecting the cut-offs to be mentioned in the result, the scorecard only specified the shortlisting status. So, it is safe to assume that the cut-offs shall be announced soon, in the form of a public notice issued on peb.mp.gov.in.