Sahastra Seema Bal has released the SSB Head Constable admit card 2021 at the official website, ssbrectt.gov.in. The candidates can download their admit card for SSB Head Constable by mentioning their registration number and password.
As per the website, the SSB Head Constable documentation and detailed & review medical exam is going to be held on November 09, 2021. Earlier, the board has issued a notification inviting applications against 115 vacancies for the post of Head Constable.
SSB Head Constable (Ministerial) 2021 recruitment drive has multiple stages and candidates have to ace each round to ensure final selection. The selection process begins with the Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Physical Standard Test (PST), Written Examination, Skill/Typing Test, Documentation and Detailed Medical Examination (DME), Review Medical Examination (RME) and at last the final result.
The board after checking the documents submitted by the candidates and cross verifying the medical papers will release the final result. Candidates who find a place in the final result shall be recruited for the post of SSB Head Constable in different regions.
The candidates are required to carry their admit cards to the exam hall. Those who do not possess a neatly printed SSB Head Constable admit card shall not be allowed to appear for the medical examination.
Follow the steps mentioned below to download the SSB Head Constable admit card 2021:
Step 1: Visit the official website of SSB, ssbrectt.gov.in
Step 2: On the homepage, find and click on the link of SSB Head Constable Ministerial admit card 2021
Step 3: Next enter, the registration number, password followed by the captcha code and click on the submit button
Step 4: After this, cross-check the details available on the SSB Head Constable admit card 2021 and save a copy on the device
The candidates must go through the details of the admit card and look out for discrepancies if any. In case there is, they immediately need to report this to the board.
Out of the total 115 vacancies released by SSB, 47 are reserved for the general category, 11 for the EWS category. Whereas, 26 vacancies are reserved for OBC and 21 and 11 vacancies for the SC and ST category respectively. Along with this, 10% of the total vacancies have been kept reserved for the ex-servicemen.