Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is driving forward the recruitment process for police constables in the state, a move that aims to bolster the law enforcement personnel in Uttar Pradesh. With an eye on expediting the recruitment process, CM Yogi Adityanath issued specific instructions to ensure a swift and efficient process.
“In line with this directive, the UP Police Recruitment Board has issued a crucial notice regarding the physical tests that candidates will need to undergo as part of the recruitment process. These tests are a critical step in selecting suitable candidates for the positions”.
The massive recruitment drive encompasses various roles, including 2,469 positions for Sub Inspectors, 2,833 for Jail Warders, and an impressive 52,699 openings for Constables. With such a substantial number of vacancies, it is expected that a substantial number of candidates will participate in the physical examinations.
The physical tests for candidates will be conducted across several cities in Uttar Pradesh, including Prayagraj, Agra, Bareilly, Gorakhpur, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, and Varanasi. These locations have been chosen to accommodate the potential influx of candidates and streamline the examination process.
“While the exact start date of the application process for UP Police recruitment has not been officially announced, it is expected to commence in October. Interested and eligible candidates will be able to submit their applications via the official website once the recruitment notification is released”.
This recruitment drive marks a significant milestone in UP Police history, with 52,699 positions being filled, making it one of the most substantial recruitment efforts to date. Notably, this recruitment initiative is occurring after a hiatus since 2018, highlighting the government’s commitment to strengthening law enforcement and ensuring the safety and security of the people of Uttar Pradesh.