Up Police SI Bharti 2022 | UP Police Sub Inspector Bharti 2022: खाकी वर्दी में दिखेगा इंजीनियर्स का ‘जलवा’. The Uttar Pradesh government has launched a massive drive to appoint officers of the rank of sub-inspector and its equivalent. As of this campaign, 9,534 candidates were selected. It should be noted here that 1,477 candidates are engineering graduates.
यूपी को 1,805 महिला सब-इंस्पेक्टर भी मिलेंगी
Engineers in UP Police In the past, B.Tech graduates also joined the police force. So far, thousands of BTech police officers are serving the staff. Out of the recruitment for more than 9 500 posts, 9 027 candidates will be appointed sub-inspectors in the civilian police. In addition, platoon commanders will be selected from 484 PACs and 23 fire officials from the fire department.
पहली बार 9000 से अधिक पदों पर हुई सब-इंस्पेक्टर की भर्ती
According to a TOI report, this is the first time many candidates from technical backgrounds have been appointed to the police force. It should be noted that 125 candidates are BCA degree holders, while 43 candidates have done BBA.
Up Police Si Bharti 2022 New Vacancy At the same time, the number of graduates is 5,185. Yogi Adityanath, chief minister of up, extended his best wishes to the candidates, saying: “The chosen youth will make a significant contribution in maintaining an atmosphere of peace and strengthening law and order in the state.
This biggest recruitment campaign is a living example of the effectiveness of the police department.”
The target of recruiting up to 10,000 jobs under CM Yogi Adityanath’s 100-day campaign to employ youth in the police department has been met ahead of schedule,” said additional general secretary (Home) Awanish Awasthi, adding that the state.
Up Police Bharti 2022 Will also get 1,805 women sub-inspectors, which would be a historic achievement in terms of women’s empowerment as well as women’s safety and interests. “500 candidates were recruited on compassionate grounds.
Uttar Pradesh Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) director-general R K Vishwakarma said recruits for 1,000 to 1,500 posts from sub-inspectors had been drawn.
But this is the first time 9,534 jobs have been recruited at a time. “12.5 lakh candidates appeared in the online examination held from 12 November to 2 December 2021. The results were announced in April, and then the document verification was made in May.”