SLPRB Result 2022: Assam Police SI Result 2022 Soon, Check Expected Cut Off


The State Level Police Recruitment Board (SLPRB) will be announcing the results of the Assam Police SI exam very soon. However, the exact date for the declaration of results has not been intimated yet. The Assam Police SI exam 2022 was successfully conducted on April 24, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. It must be noted that the entire recruitment is divided between Armed Branch (AB) and Unarmed Branch (UB). As such, the expected cut-off may slightly differ due to the bifurcation of branches.

A total of 626 vacancies are going to be filled via the Assam Police SI recruitment 2022. Out of the total vacancies, 306 vacancies are reserved for UB while 320 vacancies will be filled for AB. Approximately, 58,000 candidates took the SI AB test while 66,000 candidates have appeared for the SI UB test.

Expected Cut-off

According to educators and experts, the expected cut-off depends on a lot of factors, mainly the overall difficulty level of the question paper. In addition, it is also based on the performance of the exam in the exam. Lastly, the expected cut-off is also influenced by the ratio of the candidates to be selected per post by SLPRB. To know the expected cut-off for both AB and UB, refer to the tables given below. These cut-off marks have been estimated by educator Anurag Sharma.

Expected Cut-off for Assam Police SI (UB)

Category: Male Female
General/Unreserved 48-53 41-46
EWS 44-49 36-41
OBC 44-45 34-39
SC 40-45 35-40
ST 39-44 30-35

Expected Cut-off for Assam Police SI (AB)

Category: Cut-off
General/Unreserved 43-48
EWS 39-44
OBC 40-45
SC 35-40
ST 33-38

SLPRB Result 2022

Previous trend shows that the results for the written exam were announced within one month after the conclusion of the exam. If one goes by this trend, then the results should have been declared by May 24, ie today. Since this has not been the case, it can be predicted that the results will be announced by this month or latest by June, 2022. Once the results are declared, the shortlisted candidates will be called for the Physical Tests. Candidates only five times the number of vacancies under each reservation category will be called for the Physical Standard Test (PST) and Physical Efficiency Test (PET).

Candidates will be required to report to the venue for PST and PET and must bring all documents that they had uploaded during the submission of the online application form. Note that after PST and PET are conducted, no document will be accepted. PET will be held for 40 marks.

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