UP Police SI Previous Year Cut-Off

UP Police released the notification for the post of SI (Sub-Inspector) in 2016 for 3307 vacancies for different posts. Today we are sharing the UP Police SI previous year cut-off for the upcoming exam that was conducted in 2015. UP Police SI Previous year cut off to give you a fair idea of the minimum number of questions that you ought to attempt in the exam.

UP Police SI Cut off 2015

The written test in UP Police SI for these posts was of an objective type, i.e. multiple-choice questions. After the results were out, interviews were held as a part of the selection process to recruit suitable candidates for the post. Though the UP Police SI cut-off varies from year to year, still you can get a fair idea of minimum attempts/score for upcoming UP Police SI 2017 Exam.

Below is the final Cut Off for UP Police Sub Inspector (SI) 2015 exam for 3698 Posts:

S.No Category/ Male Ex-Serviceman Freedom Fighter Female
01. General Category 332.9167 271.5000 289.1667 239.2500
02. OBC Category 321.2500               – 240.0833                 –
03. SC Category 283.9167               – 250.2500                 –
04. ST Category 235.4167               –               –                 –

Previous year cut off for the post of Platoon Commander is given below:

 S.No Category Male Freedom Fighter
 01. General Category 330.8333 269.0833
02. OBC Category 320.5833            –
03. SC Category 281.5000            –
04. ST Category 278.1667            –

 How UP Police SI Merit List is calculated :-

The Final merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the written examination for each category as per the state government policy and this list will be sent for medical examination/document verification to the concerned department. No waiting list will be prepared by the board. If two or more than two candidates have equal marks, their selection in the preference list will be based on the following points:
 If two or more than two candidates have equal marks, the preference will be given to the candidate who have some qualification preference under the qualification preference order. If a candidate has more than one qualification preference, only one of them will be considered.
If two or more than two candidates share equal marks and also have equal qualification preference, then the preference will be given to the candidate with higher age.
If the candidates are meeting the above requirements, then the preference will be given according to the alphabetical order of their names mentioned in their high school certificate.

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