The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment & Promotion Board has released the UP SI admit card 2021 for the Sub Inspector (Daroga), Platoon Commander, Fire Officer II posts on the official website, uppbpb.gov.in. The examination for the UP SI 2021 is going to be held on September 05, 2021. As per the official reports, around 15 lakh students have applied against 9534 vacancies released by the board.
Uttar Pradesh Police department has released the admit card for the recruitment test to be held for the candidates who qualified the physical tests. The board has also released a list with the names of the candidates along with the personal details i.e. roll number, deceased policeman, name of the battalion, gender and date of birth. The applicants can check the list to know if their application forms have been accepted by the UP Police board.
The applicants can check the list to know if their application forms have been accepted by the UP Police board to appear for the exam. The candidates can check out the steps mentioned below to download the UP SI Admit Card 2021:
Step 1: The candidates need to visit the official website of the UPPBPB i.e. uppbpb.gov.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, the candidates need to click on the admit card for the post they have applied i.e. Sub Inspector (Daroga)/Platoon Commander/Fire Officer II.
Step 3: Thereafter, they need to enter their Application Number and Date of birth on the login page.
Step 4: Upon successful login, the candidates can find the UP SI Admit Card 2021 on the same and open it.
Step 5: The candidates should cross-check every detail available on the UP Sub-Inspector admit card.
In the end, the candidates should save a copy of the UP Police Admit card on their device and take a printout of the same to carry to the exam hall.
The UP Police SI Exam will be an online computer-based test held for a total of 400 marks. The examination will have questions from four subjects, General Hindi, Law/ Constitution and General Knowledge, Numerical & Mental Ability Test and Mental Aptitude Test/Intelligence Test/Test of Reasoning. Each subject will account for 40 questions and it will fetch a maximum of 100 marks. The duration to complete the written exam is 2 hours or 120 minutes. The candidates who score atleast 35% marks in each subject and 50% aggregate marks in the test will be considered to be successful in the written test.