Uttar Pradesh Police Constable Admit Cards Available

Lucknow, February 12, 2024

In a significant development, the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) has officially declared the examination dates for the recruitment of constables in the state. The examination is scheduled to take place on the 17th and 18th of February 2024. Candidates eagerly awaiting their chance to secure one of the 60,244 vacant constable positions are advised to mark their calendars.

To facilitate the examination process, the admit cards for the candidates will be made available on the official website uppbpb.gov.in from the 13th of February 2024. The release of admit cards will be exclusively online, and candidates are reminded that no physical copies will be sent via post or email.

Recruitment Details and Examination Overview:

The constable recruitment drive by the UP Police Department encompasses a total of 60,244 vacant positions, categorized as follows:

CategoryNumber of Posts
General24,102
OBC16,264
EWS6,024
SC12,650
ST1,204

As the examination date approaches, candidates are advised to focus on the exam pattern. The test will be held over two days, the 17th and 18th of February 2024. Participants will be allotted a 2-hour time window to complete the question paper, comprising 150 multiple-choice questions.

Admit Card Download Instructions:

For candidates eager to download their admit cards, the UP Police Department has provided a step-by-step guide:

  1. Visit the official website uppbpb.gov.in.
  2. Look for the activated link on the homepage once the admit cards are released.
  3. Click on the link and enter the required login credentials.
  4. Submit the information, and the admit card will appear on the screen.
  5. Download and print a copy for reference.

Candidates encountering any issues during the download process are encouraged to follow the provided steps for a seamless experience.

With the exam date approaching swiftly, candidates are urged to stay updated on the official website for any further announcements or changes.


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