MP Vyapam Constable recruitment exam 2016 is going to be the biggest online exam ever conducted by the MP Professional Education Board. The examination will be held from 17 July till 09 August. Near about 09 lakh candidates have registered for the examination.
MP Vyapam Constable exam 2016 will probably be the biggest ever online examination conducted by the Board. The examination will be held for 24 days at 90 centres across the State. The examination centres will be spread across 13 cities in the State.
For conducting the Constable recruitment examination, MP Vyapam has made special provisions at Bhopal, Jabalpur, Katni, Ujjain, Sidhi, Satna, Sagar, Ratlam, Raisen, Khargone, Khandwa, Indore and Gwalior.
The Board has taken special measures to catch proxy candidates. An award of Rs 1 lakh has been announced by the Board for those who inform about any such instances.
Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MP Vyapam) has issued the admit card for the Police Constable Recruitment Test 2016. Candidates who have applied for the police recruitment test can download the admit card here
MP Vyapam has invited applications for recruitment to Subedar, Sub-Inspector and Platoon Commander for Police H.Q., Home (Police). A total of 14283 vacancies are available. Candidates can submit their application for the posts till 22 July 2016. Read the detailed notification here
Under MP Vyapam Recruitment 2016, there are 863 Posts under Police Headquarter, Home Police Department, MP, out of which 63 Posts are for Subedar, 670 Posts are for Sub Inspector (Dist. Police Force), 22 Posts are for Sub Inspector (Special Branch), 23 Posts are for Sub Inspector (Ordinance), 02 Posts are for Sub Inspector QD, 25 Posts are for Sub Inspector (Radio), 05 Posts are for Sub Inspector (Finger Print) and 53 Posts are for Platoon Commander.
Candidate should bring original Photo-Id to enter in the Examination Centre. Printout of E-Aadhar Card is not allowed.
Examinees are required to paste the self attested photograph on the admit card. Candidates are suggested to reach the examination centre well ahead of time. Candidates reaching 30 minutes after the reporting time will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.