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SSC Staff Selection Commission GD Result 2018-19

SSC Constables (GD) 2018-19 CBT Exam was conducted from 11th February to 11th March 2019. Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released SSC GD Result Date along with the Result Schedule for All SSC Exam. SSC will declare SSC GD Constable Written exam result on 31st May 2019. All candidates can check SSC GD 2018-19 Result once the result has been declared by SSC.

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The Staff Selection Commission has conducted a written examination for the Eligible candidates of Constable (GD) in BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSB, NIA and SSF and Rifleman in Assam Rifles. Many Interested Candidates Filled there Online Application form. The Process of Submitting the Online Application form is Started from 17.08.2018 to 17.09.2018. More Details about the Recruitment are as provided on the below Link.

Staff Selection Commission has recently released a notification for the Recruitment of Constables (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF, and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination 2018 to fill up 58,373 vacant posts. The online registration for prescribed posts will be starting from 17-August-2018. The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of Computer Based Test followed by PET The Commission has not released the dates of CBRT yet. However it is expected that, the commission will hold the Computer Based Examination all over India around October- November 2018. Soon after the CBT, the commission will take up the responsibility of the evaluating the answer sheets.

SSC Constable GD Result 2018

The SSC Constable GD Result 2018 will be available soon at the official portal of SSC. Candidates will be required to search their names in the PDF containing

Roll numbers of the candidates who have qualified the Computer Based Examination. The SSC Constable GD Result 2018 is likely to be released at least one or two months after the examination or may take more time as a huge number of candidates are going to fill up the form and going to sit in the examination. Candidates to get all the latest updates of SSC Constable GD Result and Cut Off 2018 are advised to stay in touch only with tethtatguru.info
SSC Constable GD Cut Off 2018
The Commission along with the list of the selected candidates will also release the selection criteria or the Cut Off marks of the Computer Based Examination. The selection of the candidates in the CBRT will be purely based on the SSC GD Cut off Marks as decided by the Commission. However, the SSC GD Cut Off arks 2018 will vary category wise. The candidates have to score the minimum qualifying marks in the CBT in order to get selected for the next level of Recruitment.

The Staff Selection Commission has successfully conducted the Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2018 from 11.02.2019 to 11.03.2019 (for 18 days). Last shift of the examination was completed today at 1730 hrs. The salient features of the examination are given in the table below:-

SSC GD Exam Result date

Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2018 – Declaration of result of Computer Based Examination to call candidates for Physical Endurance Test (PET) and Physical Standard Test (PST)

SSC GD 2018-19 Exam Pattern SSC GD 2018-19 will be conducted in three phases:
Written Exam
Physical Efficiency Test
Medical Examination
Candidates clearing all these three phases are allotted an appointment letter by Staff Selection Commission of India. Let’s have a look at the detailed SSC GD Exam Pattern 2018-19:

For Written Examination: This is an online written exam constituting of 4 sections to be completed in a time span of 90 minutes. Around 100 questions will be asked carrying 1 mark each. 1/4th of the total mark of a particular question is deducted if attempted wrong by a candidate.