The average score of all four papers should be fifty percent
35% marks in a question paper will be required. In addition, in all the four papers, it is necessary to have an average fifty percent marks for the candidates. Principal Secretary, Home, Arvind Kumar has said that doing so would make it easier for the Police Recruitment Board to prepare the selection list compared to the physical efficiency test and available posts.
Was difficult due to minus marking
The Directorate recruits the police recruitment and promotions boards. There is not enough amount of recruitment in recruitment board direct recruitment. It was difficult for the candidate to get fifty percent marks in the written examination of every subject due to the minus marking. Most candidates were not able to score 50 percent marks due to the minus marking in the 100-digit question paper.
Recruitment board had given the proposal
Given the difficulties in the examination, the recruitment board had offered to Uttar Pradesh DGP OP Singh. In which, in every question paper, the requirement of 50% of the passing marks was reduced to 35%. Assuming this, the state cabinet approved the sixth amendment in the service of the Deputy Inspector General of Police and the Inspector (Civil Police).