Uttar Pradesh Police Sub Inspector:

Uttar Pradesh police are going to release official Notification for Sub Inspector Post 2021. The notification for the UPSI post will be out soon. Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the post through the official website http://uppbpb.gov.in.

Important Dates

  • Starting Date for Apply Online: 01/04/2021
  • Last Date for Apply Online: 30/04/2021
  • Last Date to Pay Exam Fee: 30/04/2021
  • Exam Date: Notified Soon
  • Admit Card Available: Notified Soon

Application Fee

  • General / OBC: 400/-
  • SC / ST: 400/-
  • All Category Female: 400/-

Vacancy Details 

Total Post: 9534

Post Name

Total Post

Sub Inspector SI

9027

Platoon Commander

484

Fire Officer

23

Category Wise Vacancy Details

Post Name

General

EWS

OBC

SC

ST

Total

Sub Inspector

3613

902

2437

1895

180

9027

Platoon Commander

194

48

131

101

10

484

Fire Officer

10

02

06

05

0

23

Eligibility Criteria for UP SI:

Educational Qualification:

SI (Sub-Inspector) and Platoon Commander: Bachelor's Degree from a government recognized board / equivalent education.

Fire Officer: Bachelor Degree in Science in Any Recognized University in India.

Age Limit:

category

Minimum Age

Maximum Age

Gen

21

28

OBC

21

33

SC/ST

21

33

Physical Standard Test (PST):

Category

 

Male

Female

Gen/OBC/SC

  Height 

168 cm

152 cm

  Chest

79-84

N/A

ST  

  Height

160

147

  Chest

77-82

N/A

  • Minimum 40 KGs weight is prescribed for Female Candidates.
  • Minimum 05 cms expansion of chest is necessary for Male Candidates.

Physical Efficiency Test (PET)

This test is only for qualified candidates in Documentation & PST. There will be a running test of qualifying nature.

Running

  • Male – 4.8 KMs in 28 minutes.
  • Female – 2.4 KMs in 16 minutes.

UP Police SI 2021 Selection Process:

  1. Online Written Examination
  2. Documentation & Physical Standard Test (PST)
  3. Physical Efficiency Test (PET)

UP Police SI Exam Pattern

UP Police SI exams are conducted online, as it is the most effective and reliable way of exam conduction. Check the exam pattern and the important points of the UP Police SI written exam.

Subject

Questions

Marks

Duration

General Hindi

40

100

 

 

2 Hours (120 minutes)

Law/ Constitution and General Knowledge

(24+16) 40

100

Numerical & Mental Ability Test

40

100

Mental Aptitude Test/Intelligence Test/Test of Reasoning

40

100

  • The question will be objective type.
  • There will be a total of 160 questions each question will be 2.5 marks.
  • The exam will be of a total of 400 marks.
  • There is no negative marking for any wrong answer.
  • The test is bilingual i.e., Hindi and English language except for the General Hindi part.

Syllabus for UP Police SI 2021:

General Hindi: 

  • हिंदी और अन्य भारतीय भाषायें
  • तदभव-तत्सम
  • हिंदी वर्णमाला
  • अनेक शब्दो के लिए एक शब्द
  • पर्यायवाची/विलोम शब्द
  • कारक
  • उपसर्ग और प्रत्यय
  • वाक्य सुधार 
  • समरूपी भिन्नार्थक शब्द 
  • अशुद्ध वाक्यों को शुद्ध करना 
  • वर्तनी की त्रुटि
  • रिक्त स्थान
  • संज्ञा 
  • सर्वनाम 
  • काल 
  • वाच्य 
  • संधि 
  • छंद 
  • अलंकार 
  • मुहावरे और लोकोक्तियाँ
  • वचन 
  • संधि
  • वाक्यों में त्रुटिया 
  • समास
  • प्रसिद्ध कवि
  • लेखक एवं उनकी प्रसिद्ध रचनायें 
  • हिंदी भाषा में पुरस्कार 
  • लिंग 

Law & Constitution:

  • General Knowledge about Indian Constitution, 
  • Aim of Constitution, 
  • Fundamental Rights, 
  • Directive principles, 
  • Rules & Regulations of constitutional Amendments, 
  • All India Service, 
  • Information about social Law related to women, 
  • children, Reservation of SC/ ST, 
  • Environment, 
  • Wild Life Conservation, 
  • Human Rights, 
  • Traffic Rules, 
  • National Security Issues, 
  • Principle of Crime Punishment, 
  • Right of Self Defence, 
  • General Knowledge about Law.

General Knowledge Syllabus:

  • The Principle of Crime Punishment.
  • Wild Life Conservation.
  • Information about social Law related to women.
  • Directive principles.
  • Rules & Regulations of constitutional Amendments.
  • All India Service.
  • Right of Self Defence.
  • General Knowledge about Law.
  • Environment.
  • The Aim of the Constitution.
  • Human Rights.
  • Traffic Rules.
  • National Security Issues.
  • General Knowledge about Indian Constitution.
  • Fundamental Rights.
  • children, Reservation of SC/ ST.
  • Scientific Progress/Development.
  • Capital.
  • Indian Languages.
  • Books.
  • Currency.
  • Script.
  • National/International Awards.
  • Sports-Athlete etc.

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, 
  • The 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, 
  • The 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 the alphabet, 
  • Time sequence test, 
  • Venn Diagram and chart type test, 
  • Mathematical ability Test, 
  • Arranging in order.

Test of Reasoning:- 

  • 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 SI Salary Structure:

UP Police SI Salary In Hand after 7th Pay Commission:

It is evident that the salary for the 5623 posts which Uttar Pradesh Government has announced for the Sub Inspector post is Rs. 9300/- to Rs. 34800/-. The basic salary of the Uttar Pradesh Sub Inspector will be Rs. 9300/- to Rs. 34800/-.

  • The Dearness Allowance (DA) is 12% of the basic salary.
  • House Rent Allowance (HRA) is 24% of the basic salary.
  • Gross Monthly Salary is Rs. 27900/- to Rs. 104400/-.
  • Deduction of income tax, the provident fund is deducted from the gross salary.
  • Salary in Hand after adding all the Allowances and after all the deduction is Rs. 24000/- to Rs. 80400/-.

The table below shows the UP POLICE SI salary in hand after the 7th pay commission.

Post

UP POLICE Sub Inspector

Pay Scale

Rs. 9300/- to Rs. 34800/-

Grade Pay

Rs. 4200/-

Allowances (DA & HRA)

Rs. 13500/-

7th CPC Initial Basic Pay

Rs. 35400/-

Gross Monthly Salary

Rs. 27900/- to Rs. 104400/-

Deduction

Rs. 4000/- to Rs. 24000/-

Salary in hand

Rs. 24000/- to Rs. 80400/-

UP Police Sub Inspector Career Growth:

UP Police Sub Inspector offers immense growth chances and advantages based on candidates' performance and dedication. The candidates will join as Sub Inspector and will be promoted over a certain period of time and can reach up to the level of DCP. They will be given an increment between 20 to 35 percent every time they get promoted. Below mentioned are the growth opportunities.

  • Sub – Inspector
  • Inspector
  • ACP (Assistant Commissioner of Police)
  • DCP (Deputy Commissioner of Police)