MP Police Constable Result 2022: The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) released the result of a written inquiry for the recruitment of 6000 police officers on Thursday. About 12 lakh candidates had participated in this computer-based written exam. It is clear that the outcome of lakhs of candidates has been declared unsuccessful. But these candidates need not be discouraged. Shivraj Singh will soon be recruiting 6000 additional police posts from the MP Police. That is, another new hire of AP Police Constable. So candidates continue with your preparation. In the new hire, his dream can come true.
Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) may soon release notification of new 6000 constable recruitment. But candidates should note that there will be a lot of difference between the rules of MP Police Constable Recruitment 2021 and MP Police Constable Recruitment 2022.
The selection process is about to change to the new MP Police Constable Recruitment. At present, where PET (Physical Efficiency Test) is only qualifying, the numbers of PET will be available in the new recruitment. In the new police recruitment exam, 50% will be written test and 50% will be PET. The better the physical test, the better he will score. You get extra points for fitness. Plate for physical test will be prepared. The selection will largely depend on the performance in the physical test.
In the continuous recruiting of agents, there is a run, throw and long jump rule. Constable GD candidates must run 800 meters in 2 minutes and 45 seconds. Throw a 19-foot 7,260 kg ball. After this, a 13 foot long jump should be done. While perhaps in the next recruiting this rule should apply that whoever completes the 800m race in the shortest time, the farther the ball will throw and the longer the jump, the more points will be given to those candidates.
There is also a difference that in the currently ongoing MP Police Constable Recruitment, those who fail the written test cannot appear in the PET. While in the upcoming recruitment of agents, preparations are made to give the candidates both written and PET a chance. Both are given a weight of 50-50 percent.