The Staff Selection Commission of Madhya Pradesh Region (SSC MPR) has released the admit cards for the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) and Sub-Inspector (SI) examinations. Candidates who will be appearing for the concerned examinations can download the admit cards from the official website – sscmpr.org. For downloading the admit cards, candidates will be required to use their roll number or registered ID number followed by date of birth. The exact examination date and other details will be mentioned on the admit card itself.
SSC MPR has already commenced the examination for CGL Tier 1 test on April 11, 2022. The same will continue till April 21, 2022. Similarly, the medical examination for SI in Delhi Police and Central Armed Police Forces 2022 recruitment has already begun today and will continue till April 23, 2022. For some reference, the direct links for downloading the admit cards have been given below.
Direct Links to Download SSC MPR Admit Card 2022
|Exam Name||Direct Link|
|SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam||Click Here|
|SSC SI in Delhi Police & CAPF Medical Exam||Click Here|
No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination venue after the closing time. Candidates are instructed to carry two recent passport-sized photographs and a valid photo identity card having the same date of birth printed like that on the SSC MPR admit card 2022. However, in case the original photo identity card does not contain the date of birth, then an additional certificate has to be carried as proof of the date of birth. It must be noted that failing to do so, candidates will not be admitted for the exam. In the same way, any mismatch in the date of birth will also result in the same.
SSC CGL Tier 1
The Tier 1 examination of SSC CGL will be a computer-based exam. It will be held for a total of 200 marks. Note that there will be a negative marking of 0.50 marks for every incorrect answer. The topics included in the exam are:
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||25||50|
SI in Delhi Police
All candidates who have successfully qualified in paper II of the exam will have to appear for the medical exam. They will be checked for eyesight and as such, the minimum near vision should be N6 (better eye) and N9 (better eye). Similarly, the minimum distant vision should be 6/6 (better eye) and 6/9 (worse eye). The candidate must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint eyes. They must also be in good mental and bodily health.