Published by: Sukanya Nandy
Last updated: Sep 16, 2023 5:38 PM IST
The answer key for the MP Police Constable Recruitment Test 2023 has been released by the Madhya Pradesh Employees Selection Board (MPESB). Candidates who have cleared the exam can get the MP Police Constable answer key from the official website at esb.mp.gov.in.
If a candidate has any objection to any of the committee’s answers, he or she must submit it on the official website within the specified period, i.e., by September 18. Besides filing an objection, candidates must also pay the prescribed fees. cost of Rs 50 per query.
Of the 7,090 vacancies offered through the recruitment drive, 3,851 were vacant, 709 were reserved for ex-servicemen, 1,063 were reserved for HG and 1,467 were reserved for women.
MP Police Officer Answer Key 2023: How to Appeal
Step 1- The official website is esb.mp.gov.in.
Step 2- Click on the link ‘Online Question/Answer Appeal – Police Commissioner Recruitment Test – 2023’ on the homepage.
Step 3- Enter your login details and click the Submit button.
Step 4- Research and save the answer key
Step 5 – If you have any objections, raise them. Pay the objection fee, submit
Step 6- Save the printout for future use.
According to the official notice, “ESB will prepare the final “key” (final answer) for evaluation after reviewing the erroneous questions in the question paper and online responses received from the candidates.” The decision of the Bhopal Professional Examination Board on the final answer is final. For any concerns or further questions, candidates can email [email protected]
The Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) Police Constable Exam 2023 was held from August 12 to September 12, 2023, in two shifts, from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM and from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM in 13 districts. This recruitment drive was conducted to fill 7,000 vacancies for police officers in the department. The recruitment process consists of the following steps: Written Test, Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST), Document Verification and Medical Tests.
The exam was conducted in the form of multiple choice questions (MCQ). The paper was worth 100 points, with one point for each correct answer. Furthermore, no points were deducted for an incorrect answer or an unsolicited question. The written test consisted of three parts: general knowledge and awareness (40 points), general science and mathematics (30 points), and mental skills and aptitude (30 points).