UP Police SI Vacancy 2020

Date: 06-05-20 06:08 am

The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board will release total 5623 vacancies for the post of UP Police Sub Inspector (SI) Vacancy 2020. Nevertheless, the vacancies will be out with the release of UP Police recruitment notification.

Soon, the application form for the post will be out on the official site and the interested candidates can fill the Online Form once it is out on official website.

There are some important details regarding Uttar Pradesh Sub Inspector Online form as- Educational Qualification, Age limit, Physical Efficiency and Measurement Test, Fee, etc.

  • Total No. of Post of Sub Inspector (SI) – 5623 Posts
  • The Age Limit for SI (Male & Female) – Between 21 to 28 Years
  • The age limit for OBC/SC/ST – 21 to 33 Years
  • Pay Scale for Sub Inspector – Rs. 9300-34,800 (Gr. Pay- 4200)
  • Application Fee – Rs. 400 through Debit Card/Credit card/Internet Banking Mode Only.

Educational Qualification:

Here, for SI (Civil Police) and Platoon Commander (PAC) post required any Graduation Degree or any equivalent qualification approved from any recognized University by the Government.

Aspirants Should Have Complete Essential Qualification till last date of Form Submission. The candidates who are Appeared and Appearing in Graduation are not eligible to apply for this post.

Physical Efficiency and Measurement Test:

Running – For Male 4.8 Km. (Distance) in 28 Minutes

Running – For Female Candidates 2.4 Km. (Distance) in 16 Minutes

Height – For Male- 168 cm. (160 cm Only for ST Category)

Height – Female Candidates- 152 cm. (147 cm Only for ST Category)

Chest (Only for Male) – 79 cm. (77 cm only for ST Category)

Note: The Male candidates should be able to expand his chest at least 5 cm. in addition to develop chest.


The recruitment process for this post will be following in 3 Steps that will be followed according to New Rules.

I Step: Online Written Exam (Objective types Questions)

II Step: Physical Efficiency Test (PET)

III Step: Document Verification & Physical Measurement Test (PMT)

Major Change:

The Department has made a remarkable amendment in the selection process of this post. The major change in UP Police SI Vacancy 2020 from this year onwards is the minimum qualifying marks criteria. From this year onwards, SI aspirants have to secure min. 35% marks in each subject instead of 50% marks. In spite of, they still have to secure aggregate 50% marks (200 marks) in all the subjects together.

Note: Final List will be released on the basis of written examination Marks of the aspirants.

Pattern and syllabus:

The pattern of the exam will be 400 marks consisting of 160 multiple choice questions (2.5 marks each) in 4 parts as follows:

  1. General Hindi (100 Marks)
  2. General Knowledge and Law/Constitution (100 Marks)
  3. Numerical and Mental Ability Test(100 Marks)
  4. Reasoning/Mental Aptitude Test/Intelligence Test (100 Marks)

General Hindi: Synonym and Antonym, One Word Substitutions, Sentence Correction, Idioms Phrases, Passage Questions, Use of Words, Letter Writing, Word Knowledge etc.

General Knowledge: History, Geography, Economics, Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)  Scientific Progress/Development, Books, Capital & Currency, Sports-Athlete, Script, Wild Life Conservation, National/International Awards, Environment, Current affairs etc.

General Knowledge about Indian Constitution and Law: The Aim of the Constitution, Fundamental Rights, Directive principles, Children, Reservation of SC/ ST, Rules & Regulations of constitutional Amendments, Human Rights, Information about social Law related to women, Traffic Rules, Right of Self Defence, Right of Self Defence, National Security Issues etc.

Numerical Ability: HCF LCM, Decimal & Fraction, Number System, Simplification, Time & Work/Distance, Percentage, Discount, Profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Partnership, Ratio and Proportion, Use of Table & Graph, Mensuration, Miscellaneous etc.

Reasoning: Logical Diagrams, Word and alphabet Analogy, Letter and number series, Codification, Common Sense Test, The Forcefulness of argument, Letter and number coding, Direction Sense Test, The Logical interpretation of data, Determining implied meanings, Word formation Test, Symbol-Relationship Interpretation, Perception Test etc.

Note: There is no negative marking in onwards online test.

The Online test for this post will be in both Hindi and English language except General Hindi.


I hope above mention features regarding this meritorious job will raise up your preparation. So gear up your preparation and crack the examination.

Note: All the Candidates are suggested to keep in touch with the official website to get more details.