UPPRPB Recruitment 2019: Application process for 5419 Jail Warder, Fireman, others to begin today
The Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB) is inviting fresh applications for the posts of Jail Warder, Horse Riding Constables and others.
UPPRPB Recruitment 2019 - Vacancy Details:
Jail Warder – 3012 (Men), 626 (Women)
Firemen – 1679
Horse Riding Constables – 102 (Men)
Class 12th passed candidates are eligible to apply for the above-mentioned posts. The upper age limit for male applicants is 22 years and 25 years for female candidates of General Category. As per the official notification, the selected candidates will be placed in Level 3 of the pay matrix and will fall in the pay scale of Rs.21,700-69,100/- per month.
Interested candidates must keep a close tab on the official website and follow the application process once it is made live by the Uttar Pradesh Police Recruitment and Promotion Board (UPPRPB).
Fresh applicants need to pay an application fee of Rs.400/- via Debit/Credit Card, Internet Banking or e-Challan. However, candidates who had successfully registered for recruitment notifications dated 20-12-2016 and 16-01-2017 need to pay Rs.200/-
Candidates must note that they will be shortlisted on the basis of a written examination as per the ‘Merit cum Order of Preference’. The shortlisted candidates will be eligible to appear for next steps of the recruitment process viz Document Verification and Physical Measurement Test (PMT), followed by Physical Efficiency Test (PET).
Official Notification for UPPRPB Recruitment 2019 for 5419 Jail Warder, Fireman & Horse Riding Constables
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