Punjab Police has today, January 08, 2022, announced the Police Constable 2021-22 result on the official website punjabpolice.gov.in. The objective-based written examination was conducted on September 25 and 26, 2021. The result for this recruitment exam has been in the form of a PDF document. This document displays the list of shortlisted candidates under various categories such as General/UR, EWS, SC, ST, etc. Such candidates will now be expected to appear for the next stage of the recruitment process. Dates for the second stage will be intimated in the next few days.
The Punjab Police Constable 2021 list of shortlisted candidates has been published on the official portal punjabpolice.gov.in. This list displays the candidate’s name, father’s name, gender, date of birth, applying category, and category under which shortlisted. Moreover, the list also specifies the marks scored by each candidate out of 100 as well as the normalized score.
To know the shortlisting status, candidates must open the PDF and click on the combination of keys “Ctrl + F”. Thereafter, in the “Find” bar, they must enter their full name or exam roll number. If the roll number is present in the PDF, it implies that a candidate has been shortlisted for the next stage.
In any recruitment process, the selection process comprises multiple rounds to ascertain the eligibility of a candidate for the post under consideration. Here, since the recruitment drive is for the post of the police constable, naturally, a candidate’s physical fitness and bodily requirements will also be tested. For that purpose only, Punjab Police Constable 2021 shortlisted candidates need to undergo both PSM and PST.
The exact dates for Punjab Police Constable 2021 second stage are yet to be announced. However, it is expected that the schedule may come out in the coming days, on the official website punjabpolice.gov.in. But one cannot discount the possibility of the selection process getting delayed owing to a surge in COVID-19 infections.
Several states including Punjab have imposed restrictions and night curfews to curtail public movement. In light of such restrictions, the Punjab police may keep the selection process on hold or conduct it in a staggered format. However, these are just conjectures and the reality will be known once the second stage schedule is out.