As per recent media reports, it is expected that the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board is soon going to initiate a big recruitment process. Reportedly, around 7400 tentative vacancies will be filled up by the Board in 2020. These upcoming vacancies are for the posts of Sub Inspector and other Ministerial Staff posts such as Stenographer cum Accountant. As per the latest media reports, the UPPRB is soon expected to issue official recruitment notifications in this regard at the official website. The website of the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board is prpb.gov.in.
The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board is the single largest government established agency responsible for the recruitment of personel for the state police force. Reportedly, the Board is all set to commence the selection process for recruitment of personel in Sub Inspector and other Ministerial Staff positions very soon. Among these 7400 tentative openings, almost 6000 are expected to be for the post of Sub Inspector. As per media reports, it is highly expected that the UPPRB is all set to commence the recruitment process by releasing the official recruitment notice in the week to come.
Going by the statistics of the UPPRB, the Board has conducted the recruitment to fill up nearly 37,253 vacancies till now. Since, 2017, under the regime of the current government of the state, the UPPRB has conducted recruitment to fill up the aforementioned vacancies. Now the Board is again going to conduct the recruitment to fill up the 6000 emerging vacancies for the post of Sub Inspector and 1400 more posts of Ministerial Staff for the position of Stenographer and Accountant. In addition, the Board recently announced the results of the previous recruitment event in which, the Board conducted the hiring of personnel to fill up 49,568 vacancies. The results were declared in March 2020. Those who were selected are currently under training.
Candidates are advised to visit the website of the UPPRB regularly to check if the official employment to fill up the aforementioned vacancies are released. In order to apply for the post of Sub Inspector of Police, applicants need to have at least a Graduate degree in any discipline. In general, candidates within the age range of 21 to 28 years are eligible to apply for the post of Sub Inspector. With the release of the official recruitment notification, it is expected that the Board will indicate the complete eligibility conditions to apply for each individual post. In addition, other terms and conditions of selection and recruitment are also indicated through the detailed advertisement.