SSC Constable Selection Process

SSC Constable Selection Process

SSC Constable Selection Process

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Constable Selection process details are given below…

SSC Constable Selection:

The recruitment process will consist of Computer Based Examination (CBE), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST), Medical Examination (DME/ RME) and Document Verification.

Candidates scoring following cut-off marks (without adding bonus marks to NCC certificate holders) will be considered eligible for short-listing to the next stage i.e. PET/ PST:

    • UR : 30%

    • OBC/ EWS : 25% 

    •  All other categories : 20%

NCC Certificate holders will be granted following incentive marks provisionally which will be added to the normalized scores of the candidates:

    • NCC ‘C’ Certificate : 5% of total marks

    • NCC ‘B’ Certificate : 3% of total marks

    • NCC ‘A’ Certificate : 2% of total marks

Male and female candidates will be shortlisted State/ Area-wise and category-wise on the basis of their merit in the Computer Based Examination (including NCC bonus marks, if applicable) for appearing in the PET/ PST. The number of candidates shortlisted for PET/ PST on the basis of their merit in the Computer Based examination will be about 8 (Eight) times of the number of vacancies. More number of candidates can be shortlisted against the vacancies of SSF.

The candidates who are successful in the PET/ PST will be considered eligible for short-listing to the next stage i.e. Detailed Medical Examination (DME) and Document Verification (DV).

Male and female candidates who qualify in the PET/ PST will be shortlisted State/ Area-wise and category-wise on the basis of their merit in the Computer Based Examination (including NCC bonus marks, if applicable) for appearing in the DME/ DV. The number of candidates shortlisted for the DME/ DV on the basis of their merit in the Computer Based examination will be about 2 (Two) times of the number of vacancies. More number of candidates can be shortlisted against the vacancies of SSF.

Document verification (i.e. collection of required eligibility certificates/ documents from the candidates and their verification with original documents) will be conducted by the CAPFs along with the Detailed Medical Examination

If the candidate has claimed to have NCC Certificate and he is not able to produce valid NCC Certificate at the time of DV, incentive marks awarded provisionally to the candidate will be withdrawn.

Conclusion

In conclusion, the journey of becoming an SSC Constable is one filled with challenges, responsibilities, and immense opportunities. Through this blog, we’ve delved into the various aspects of the SSC Constable examination, from its eligibility criteria to the syllabus and preparation strategies.

We’ve highlighted the importance of dedication, perseverance, and strategic planning in tackling the SSC Constable examination successfully. It’s not just about acquiring knowledge but also about honing problem-solving skills and time management techniques.

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