Engineers, computer scientists among 9534 selected for S-Is and other positions


No less than 1,477 engineers and at least 125 computer programmers were selected for the position of sub-inspectors of police and its equivalent positions in the provincial armed gendarmerie (PAC) and the fire services in the recruitment list of 9,534 posts in total declared on Sunday.

Senior police officials said it was the first time that the recruitment of sub-inspectors and equivalent positions had been done on such a large scale. They added that these positions included 9,027 civilian police sub-inspectors (S-Is), 484 platoon commander positions in PAC and 23 fire station non-commissioned officer (FSSO) positions. The selection list included 1,805 female sub-inspectors.

Interestingly, no less than 6,381 (nearly 67%) of the selected candidates are 25 years old or younger, while only 295 candidates are 30 years old and over. Only 375 candidates (veterans category) were over 33 years old.

In the press release shared by the UP Police Recruitment and Promotion Committee, officials mentioned that among the 5,185 selected applicants hold a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree, while about 2 254 applicants are arts graduates and 380 applicants are business graduates.

About 1,477 applicants have a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) or Bachelor of Technology (BTech) degree, and 125 applicants have a Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) degree in the final list. In addition, 43 selected candidates are graduates in commerce (Bachelor of Business Administration) and four are graduates in law (LLB), while 66 are from various other sectors.

The shortlist includes 9,007 candidates from different districts of Uttar Pradesh. No less than 527 candidates come from 12 other states and union territories including Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra , Himachal Pradesh and Dadar Nagar Haveli.

The press release further states that the recruitment of as many as 40,000 people for various positions, including computer operators, police officers from the police department and police radio and radio services, is also in progress. Classes.


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