MP Police Bharti Result 2022: Alleged scam in MP Police recruitment result, hapless candidates executed

MP Police Bharti Result 2022: The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) has released the result of the 6000 agent recruitment exam on Thursday, March 17, 2022. But now, all kinds of accusations are being made about the result by the candidates. The candidates who were disqualified in the result have an alleged result scam with the MP Police. Many candidates dissatisfied with the result demonstrated outside the administrative office in Chhatarpur district on Saturday, demanding the re-publication of the result. In addition, the MP Police Officer candidates have also submitted a memorandum to the local SDM.

The candidates made these allegations:
The protesting candidates said not a single female general category candidate from the district was elected. While according to the answer key his score was quite good. At the same time, a candidate told that if two brothers took the exam where the one with score is 62 and the other is 72, then the one with 62 score is qualified while the one with 72 score is disqualified. The candidates have argued that there is more discrepancy in the results of the general category of candidates.

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The MP Police Constable exam was conducted from January 8, 2022 to February 17, 2022 through Online Mode (CBT). About 12 lakh candidates had participated in this MPPET recruitment exam. The agent recruitment survey has been conducted in 74 exam centers of 13 cities including Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Ujjain. About 12 and a half lakh candidates will appear in it. Through this examination, eligible candidates will be selected for a total of 6,000 police officer posts in the state. Previously, the number of vacancies was 4,000, in which Interior Minister Narottam Mishra had recently announced that it would increase.

The successful candidates in the ongoing agent recruitment test will be called up for the Physical Efficiency Test (PET). There is a rule for these candidates to run, throw and long jump. Constable GD candidates must run 800 meters in 2 minutes and 45 seconds. A 7,260 kg ball must be thrown 19 feet. After this, a 13-foot long jump must be completed.

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