UP Police SI Recruitment 2017-18 | Exam Dates | Syllabus | Exam Pattern

UP Police SI

A Sub – Inspector (SI) is generally in command of few police personnel (with head constables, the equivalent of corporals, commanding police outposts). He is the lowest ranked officer who under Indian Police rules and regulations can file a charge sheet in court, and is usually the first investigating officer. Officers subordinate to him cannot file charge sheets, but can only investigate cases on his behalf. He can be the station house officer in some of the states like Kerala.

A Sub – Inspector ranks above an assistant sub-inspector of police (ASI) and below an inspector (who usually supervises a group of police stations). Most sub-inspectors are directly recruited into the police and have better educational qualifications than lower-ranking police officers.

Specialized units such as the Central Armed Reserve Police Force, State Armed Reserve Police and Armed Battalions use the same rank, but generally these officers do not have any investigative powers. There are also specialist non-investigative officers in other Indian law enforcement agencies, such as sub-inspector and sub-inspector.

Job Profile & Vacancies for UP Police SI

The rank badge for a sub-inspector is two (five point) stars, and a red and blue striped ribbon at the outer end of the shoulder straps. This is similar to the insignia of a subedar in the Indian Army. The assistant sub-inspector will have one (five point) star, and a red and blue striped ribbon at the outer end of the shoulder straps. This is similar to the insignia of a naib subedar in the Indian Army. The rank badge for principal sub-inspector and additional sub-inspector are one and the same.

Sub Inspector is the in charge of the police station and responsible person for the police administration of his charge. The image of the police department basically reflects on the behavior of Sub Inspector and his subordinates. He shall take the measures for prevention of crime and preservation of peace for speedy investigation and prosecution of cases.

Duties of Sub Inspector (SI)

The duties of station Officer (SI) are set out of Indian and state police acts.

  • The SI is Responsible for the Law and Order in his Jurisdiction.
  • Supervision and Personal leadership of all his subordinates of their welfare and Discipline.
  • Organizing Beats and Patrols in his Jurisdiction.
  • Maintain of Good public relations in his Station Limits.
  • Visiting and spending adequate time in villages and localities.
  • Maintain a effective surveillance on Anti-Social Elements and Bad characters and keep inform to senior officials.
  • Collection of information of all important matters relevant to police duties and functions and inform to superior officers.

UP Police has released a total of 3000 vacancies, where 2400 vacancies are for Male candidates and 600 vacancies for Female candidates.

Here is a category – wise and post – wise breakdown of these vacancies.

Gender

Post Name

General

OBC

SC

ST

TOTAL

Male

Sub Inspector (Civil Police)

1200

648

504

48

2400

Female

Sub - Inspector SI in Civil Police

300

162

126

12

600

TOTAL

1500

810

630

60

3000

Eligibility Criteria for UP Police SI

There are a set of expected eligibility criteria that you should qualify to apply for UP Police SI Recruitment.

  1. Age Limit

For Male Candidates,

  • Minimum Age Limit: 21 years
  • Maximum Age Limit: 28 years

For Female Candidates,

  • Minimum Age Limit: 21 years
  • Maximum Age Limit: 28 years

Age Relaxation

  • For the candidate belonging to the Schedule Caste (SC), Schedule Tribe (ST) and Backward Class (OBC) categories, relaxation of upper age limit is of 5 years.
  1. Educational Qualification
  • Bachelor Degree in Any Stream in Any Recognized University
  • Hindi / Sanskrit as a Subject in Class 10 Level.
  • Bachelor Degree in Any Stream with Hindi / Sanskrit as a Subject in Class 10 Level.
  1. Physical Eligibility

There is a set of physical eligibility criteria too for UP Police. Candidate must have to qualify it, if they want to apply for this post.

Category

Male

Female

General/ OBC/ SC

ST

General/ OBC/ SC

ST

Height

168 cms.

160 cms.

152 cms.

147 cms.

Chest

79 - 84 cms.

77 - 82 cms.

NA

NA

Running

4.8 kms. in 25 minutes

2.4 kms. in 14 minutes

UP Police SI Syllabus & Exam Pattern

There are 4 phases of exam for UP Police Constable: Computer Based Test (CBT), Document Verification & Physical Standards Test, Physical Efficiency Test and Medical Test.

Computer Based Test (CBT) is an Objective Based Offline Mode Exam. This exam is divided into 4 sections, of 300 marks containing 150 questions to be done in duration of 2 hours as a whole.

Physical Test is qualifying in nature. Physical Test is conducted after qualifying Written Test. It is conducted to judge physical fitness and endurance.

Medical Test is the next phase after Physical Test for selection.

UP Police SI CBT

Computer Based Test (CBT) is an Objective Based Online Mode Exam. This exam is divided into 4 sections, Basic Law/ Constitution/ General Knowledge, Numerical & Mental Ability Test, Mental Aptitude Test/ I. Q. Test/ Reasoning and General Hindi, of 400 marks containing 160 questions to be done in duration of 2 hours as a whole.

SECTION

No. of

Questions

Max Marks

Exam

Duration

General Hindi

40

100

Composite time of 120 minutes

Basic Law/ Constitution/ General Knowledge

40

100

Numerical and Mental Ability Test

40

100

Mental Aptitude Test/ I. Q. Test/ Reasoning

40

100

TOTAL

160

400

 

UP Police SI Document Verification and Physical Standard Test

The detailed process of scrutiny of documents and physical standard examination will be determined by the Board and will be displayed on its website in due course.

Category

Male

Female

General/ OBC/ SC

ST

General/ OBC/ SC

ST

Height

168 cms.

160 cms.

152 cms.

147 cms.

Chest

79 - 84 cms.

77 - 82 cms.

NA

NA

Weight

NA

NA

40 kgs.

40 kgs.



UP Police SI Physical Efficiency Test

Candidates found successful in scrutiny of documents and physical standard test will be expected to appear in physical efficiency test which will be of qualifying in nature.

Category

Running

Male (All Categories)

4.8 kms. in 25 minutes

Female (All Categories)

2.4 kms. in 14 minutes

Those candidates who do not complete the race within the prescribed time will not be eligible for further recruitment. Detailed procedure for physical efficiency test will be determined by the board.

UP Police Medical Test

  • Merit List will be declared as per marks obtained Written Exam and PMT.
  • Candidate should be free from any physical defeat.
  • Candidate must be in good mental and physical condition.
  • Candidate should posses high color vision.
  • Candidate should be without wearing glasses, and the minimum distant vision should be 6/6 and 6/9 of two eyes without correction.
  • Candidate must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint in eyes.

UP Police SI Exam Dates

UP Police has yet not released their vacancies and exam date for the year 2019 – 20. Exam Schedule of year 2016 is given below for reference.

ACTIVITY

DATES

Online Application Starts From

12 January, 2017

Last Date to Apply Online

11 February, 2017

Last Date for Fees Payment

14 February, 2017

Admit Card Available

17 December, 2018

Exam Date

22 December, 2018

Result

28 February, 2019

Admit Card for DV/ PET

5 July, 2019

DV/ PET Exam

11 July, 2019

Admit Card for Typing Test

23 July, 2019

Typing Test Exam Date

28th & 29th July, 2019