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UP Police Result 2019: UPPRPB to release Constable exam result soon; check latest updates

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 21 September 2019, 14:40 IST

The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) will soon to release the result of constable recruitment exam that was held last year. Therefore, candidates who have applied for the exam should keep their eyes on the official website of UP Police.

According to the reports, the UP Police recruitment and promotion board is also expected to release the notice for SI in Civil Police recruitment next month. The result for UP Constable exam is expected to be released on October 2019.

Earlier, UPPRPB had announced 31,360 vacancies for Civil Constable and 18,208 for Reserve PAC (Male) in October 2018. The preliminary written exam for the same was held in January 2019.
Over 19 lakh candidates had applied for the UP Constable recruitment exam.

Before announcing the recruitment drive for the Constable recruitment in October 2018, UP Police department had announced a massive recruitment drive for the constable post in January 2018. While the final selection list will be released in February 2019.

Meanwhile, the board has released the final result for Computer Grade A post exam. Earlier in 2017, the board had announced a special recruitment drive which aimed to fill the Computer Operator Grade A backlog vacancies.

There was total of 666 backlog vacancies was released under the special drive and has released list of 666 candidates who have been selected for empanelment. Out of the total selected candidates, 533 are male candidates and 133 are female candidates.

To check the final result for Computer Operator Grade A exam, candidates can visit the official wesbite of UPPRPB at 'uppbpb.gov.in'.

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First published: 21 September 2019, 13:56 IST