SSC NER GD admit card 2021 is released on the official website, sscner.org.in, by the Staff Selection Commission, NER (North Eastern Region). The Tier 1 exam for the selection of suitable candidates for the GD Constable post is commencing from November 16 to December 15, 2021.
All those who have applied for the examination can download their respective SSC NER GD Constable admit card 2021 to know the exam date, the timing of the examination, test centre address and other details relevant to the examination. Those who fail to carry a neatly printed admit card on the examination day will not be allowed to take up the Tier 1 exam of the GD (Ground Duty) Constable post.
Follow the steps mentioned below to check the status and download the SSC NER GD admit card 2021:
Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC NER, sscner.org.in
Step 2: On the homepage, navigate the Recent updates section and find the SSC NER GD admit card link
Step 3: Click on the admit card of the SSC GD Constable 2021 and proceed to the next page
Step 4: Enter the registration number and date of birth and hit on the click to know the status and admit card
Step 5: Check the SSC NER GD Constable admit card 2021 for all the details and save it on the device
For making the whole process of GD Constable admit card download easy, the candidates can resort to the direct link as given in the space below:
Direct Link to Download the SSC NER GD Admit Card 2021
Candidates who do not remember their registration number can retrieve the same by entering the candidate’s roll number and date of birth. Whereas those who have misplaced their roll numbers too need to enter the candidate’s name and date of birth on the login page to retrieve all the credentials relevant to the examination.
The SSC GD Constable Tier 1 examination is going to have 100 MCQ based on four subjects i.e. Quantitative Aptitude, English/Hindi, General Intelligence and Reasoning and General Awareness. Candidates will get 90 minutes to complete the examination and each section will account for an equal number of questions i.e. 25 questions. There will be 1 mark for each correct answer while a negative marking of 0.25 marks shall be applicable for wrong answers marked in the examination.