SSC Constable GD Written Exam Admit Card 2015

Name of Post : SSC Constable GD Written Exam Admit Card 2015
Post Date: 16 September 2015 | 12:57 PM
Short Information : Staff Selection Commission SSC Are Recently Uploaded the Written Examination Admit Card for the Constable General Duty Recruitment Exam Held on 04 October 2015 Those Candidates Are Applied the GD Recruitment and Appeared in the PET/PST Examination and Waiting for the Call Letter Kindly Download the Admit Card and Know Your Written Exam Venue.

Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Constables(GD) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles 2015

Short Details of Notification

Important Dates

  • Application Begin : 24/01/2015
  • Last Date : 27/02/2015 Till 5:00 Pm Only
  • PET Exam : February / March 2015
  • Written Exam Date : 04/10/2015

Age Limit as on 01/08/2015

  • Minimum Age : 18
  • Maximum Age : 23
  • Age Relaxation Extra as per Rules.

Application Fee

  • General / OBC : 50/-
  • SC / ST / Girls : Exempted (No Fees)

Eligibility as on 01/08/2015

  • Passed High School Class 10th Examination Any Recognized Board in India.

Physical Details

Selection Procedure

  • Selection is Based on Written Examination and Physical Examination for Details Kindly See the Advertisement.
Gender Height Chest
Run
Male 170 Cms 80-85 5 Km in 24 Min
Female 157 Cms
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1.6 Km in 8.5 Min

Vacancy Details Total 62390 Post

Force
Male Total Post
Female Total Post
Grand Total
BSF
17698
4819
22517
CISF
4493
507
5000
CRPF
22623
1965
24588
SSB
5619
605
6224
ITBP
2795
306
3101
AR
300
300
600
NIA
82
4
86
SSF
247
27
274
Total
53857
8533
62390

For Category Wise Seats Information Kindly Read the Notification

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