Total 54,953 vacancies are announced by SSC for General Duty (GD) Constable Recruitment after the gap of 02 years. The most awaited recruitment of SSC will begin today. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) released a short notice for the recruitment of GD Constable on Wednesday, notice confirmed the commencement of recruitment process.
It introduced 47,307 vacancies for male candidates while 7646 vacancies for female candidates.
The forces which will be beneficial form this recruitment are Border Security Force (BSF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Shashtra Seema Bal (SSB), Indo Tiabtaien Border Police (ITBP), Assam Rifles (AR), National Investigation Agency (NIA), and Secretariat Security Force (SSF).
Check Here vacancy distribution of SSC GD Constable
SSC will release the application form from July 21, 2018, at ssc.nic.in. The official website of SSC is under up gradation, so it will take some time to activate the online registration window. The candidates who are waiting should not panic till the application window will open. Hence candidates are advised to visit the official website regularly.
Eligibility For the GD Constable
The aspirants should check the eligibility criteria if they want to fill the form. The permitted age bar is 18 to 23 years, and the minimum qualification is matriculation.
One month time span will be given to candidates to register themselves for a constable. The online window will be the only medium to convey the application form. The form submitted other than online method will not be acceptable by the Commission.
Know How to Apply?
-> Visit the official website ssc.nic.in.
-> Click on the “Apply Tab” on upper side of the page.
-> Click on the “Constable -GD Section” the registration form will open.
-> Fill the form accurately, and submit it with fee, and documents in prescribed format.
The candidate has to undergo the Physical Efficiency Test (PET) / Physical Standard Test (PST), and Computer-Based Test (CBT) of objective type. The test paper will be bilingual i.e. English and Hindi, containing 100 marks. The CBT will assess the general awareness, intelligence, and thinking and logical ability of the candidates. Whereas the PET/PST will test the physical fitness, of the candidates.