The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) GD Constable exam 2021 was conducted between November 16 and December 15, 2021. As per the official notification released by the conducting body, the result is expected to be released by the SSC on April 15, 2022, on the official website – ssc.nic.in. The result was previously expected to be released in January, however, as per various reports, it was delayed due to reasons unspecified.
Once the result is out, students that appeared for the examination will be able to view their score on the official website, by clicking on the link visible on the homepage and entering their registered login credentials. A merit list will also be released with the respective All India Ranks.
SSC GD Constable Cut Off Reduced
As per a report by Zee news, the minimum qualifying marks for recruitment to the CAPF, NIA, SSA and Rifleman (GD) have been revised by the SSC after consultation with the Ministry of Home Affairs. Aspirants can find the revised qualifying percentage for each category respectively as mentioned below:
|Category||Previous Qualifying Percentage||Revised qualifying Percentage|
|Economically Weaker Sections (EWS)||35%||25%|
|Scheduled Castes (SC)|
Scheduled Tribes (ST)
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||33%||25%|
After the release of the SSC GD Constable result, the qualified candidates will be called out for the Physical Efficiency Test, followed by the Physical Standards and Medical Test for further qualified candidates. This year, a total of 25,271 GD Constable posts have been announced in CAPF, NIA, SSA and Rifleman (GD), out of which 22,424 have been allotted for males, and 2,847 for females.