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Uttar Pradesh (UP) Police has announced notification for UP Police Sub Inspector for a total vacancy of 3307 posts. This Exam was supposed to be conducted in 2016 but It will is going to be conducted in July 2017. Here we are sharing the detailed syllabus, exam pattern & Selection process required for the post of UP Police Sub Inspector The Online exam is scheduled from 17th July to 31st July Candidates are advised to prepare for the exam as per the given syllabus. Candidates are requested to stay connected with gradeup to receive more updates.

Uttar Pradesh SI Police - Syllabus & Exam Pattern

The UP Police SI exam is an objective test of 400 marks with a time duration of 2 hours (120 minutes) The exam pattern consists of four different subjects as given below:
Subject Questions Marks
1 General Hindi 40 100
2 Law/Constitution
General Knowledge
24
16
100
3 Numerical & Mental Ability Test 40 100
4 Mental Aptitude Test/ Intelligence Test/Test of Reasoning 40 100
 Important Note : 
This online test will consist of total 160 questions where each question will carry a weightage of 25 marks
There is no negative marking for any wrong answer
The test will be available in both Hindi and English language except General Hindi part
Read here the detailed syllabus for UP Police SI 2017 exam
Subjects Topics
General Hindi Hindi and regional language
 Hindi grammar:
Noun
Pronoun
Adjective
Tense
Verb
Idiom phrase
One word substitution
Reading comprehension
Famous poets
Award in Hindi language
 Miscellaneous
Indian constitution and Law Indian constitution related terms
                                     Parts of Indian constitution taken from various countries
Fundamental rights
                               Special rights providing protection to child, SC and ST
           Driving and transportation related law
RTI and corruption
Land acquisition act
Revenue related act and law
Directive principles
Environment
Wild life act
National securities issues
General Knowledge: General Science, main focus on biology and health related programs
Indian Economy and Indian history
Freedom struggle of 1857
FDI and population survey
Indian geography and world geography
Relations with neighbouring countries
Law and administration of UP
Computer knowledge and Cyber act knowledge
Numerical & Mental Ability Test Numerical Aptitude:
   Number System
   Simplification
   Decimal & Fraction
  HCF & LCM
  Ratio & Proportion
  Percentage
Profit & Loss
 Discount
 Simple Interest
Compound Interest
  Partnership
Time & Work
Distance
 Use of Table & Graph
  Mensuration & Miscellaneous
Mental Ability Test
  Logical Diagrams
   Symbol-Relationship Interpretation
 Codification
  Perception Test
   Word formation Test
  Letter and number series
  Word and alphabet Analogy
 Common Sense Test
  Letter and number coding
  Direction sense Test
 Logical interpretation of data
 Forcefulness of argument
  Determining implied meanings
Mental Aptitude Test/Intelligence Quotient Test/Test of Reasoning Mental Aptitude Test:
Public Interest
Law & Order
Communal Harmony
Crime Control
Rule of Law
Ability of Adaptability
Professional Information (Basic level)
   Police System
 Contemporary Police Issues & Law and order
Basic Law
Interest in Profession
 Mental Toughness
 Sensitivity towards minorities and underprivileged & Gender sensitivity
Intelligence Quotient Test:
  Relationship and Analogy Test
 Spotting out the dissimilar
Series Completion
  Coding-Decoding
   Direction Sense Test
  Blood Relation
 Problems based on alphabet
Time sequence test
 Venn diagram and chart type test
 Mathematical ability Test
 Arranging in order
Reasoning Test Analogies
Similarities
Differences
Space visualization
Problem solving
Analysis and Judgment
Decision-making
Visual memory
Discrimination
Observation
Relationship
Concepts
Arithmetical reasoning
Verbal and figure classification
Arithmetical number series
Abilities to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationships
Arithmetical computations and other analytical functions

UP Police SI Selection Process - 2017

Selection of the candidates will be based on three major tests - Physical Standard test (PST), Physical Efficiency Test (PET) & written examination The Selection Procedure of UP Police SI starts with the written test and is followed by the Physical standard test (PST) and Physical Efficiency test (PET)
  • Physical Standard Test (PST):
Gender Category Height Chest
Male Gen/OBC/SC 168 cms 79-84 cms
ST 160 cms 77-82 cms
Female Gen/OBC/SC 152 cms N/A
ST 147 cms N/A

Note: Minimum 40 kg weight is required for Female Candidates.
Minimum 5 cms expansion of chest is necessary for Male Candidates only.
Physical Efficiency Test (PET): This test is only for qualified candidates in Documentation & PST There will be a race in this test of qualifying nature
Race:
Male: 4.8 km in 28 minute.
Female: 2.4 km in 16 minutes.
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