SSC GD Constable 2021 Online Registration to Begin Soon @ssc.nic.in: In this article, we have listed down step by step process and important information needed while filling the application form for SSC GD Constable 2021 Recruitment.
SSC GD Exam 2021
Name of recruitment exam
SSC GD (Staff Selection Commission General Duty) 2021
Staff Selection Commission
Constable Executive (Males and Females)
Computer-Based Test (CBE), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST), Medical Exam [(Detailed Medical Exam (DME), Review Medical Exam)]
Not fixed [based on the number of vacancies intimated by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA)
or Delhi Police to SSC]
Mode of exam
English and Hindi
SSC GD Eligibility 2021
Various parameters that candidates need to fulfill in order to meet SSC GD Constable eligibility are:
Nationality – Candidates must be citizens of India
Age Limit – Candidates should be aged between 18 and 23 years
Educational Qualification – Candidates must have passed Class 10 from a recognised board. Candidates appearing for their qualifying examination (Class 10) are not eligible for the exam
SSC GD selection process consists of Computer-Based Examination (CBE), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST) and medical examination. The complete steps of the selection process are as explained below:
Step 1: SSC GD application form
The first and foremost step of the recruitment process is filling SSC GD Constable application form. Candidates need to fill the application form online on the official website of SSC. The application fee for all candidates is Rs 100 (women/SC/ST/ex-servicemen candidates are exempted from fee payment).
Step 2: SSC GD admit card
SSC GD Constable admit card is issued atleast two to three weeks before the exam. The admit card is made available online. Candidates need to download the SSC GD Constable admit card 2020 from the official regional websites of the commission by entering the required login credentials. The admit cards for PET/PST and DME/RME are uploaded by CRPF.
Step 3: SSC GD exam
All candidates whose online applications are accepted are called to appear in the CBE. The test carries 100 objective-type questions of 100 marks. The question paper is divided into four parts – General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Knowledge and General Awareness, Elementary Mathematics and English/Hindi. The difficulty level of questions are of matriculation level.
Step 4: SSC GD PET/PST
Based on the performance of CBE, candidates are shortlisted for physical tests such as PET and PST. The tests are conducted at various centres finalised by the recruiting body such as CAPFs.
Step 5: SSC GD medical exam
Candidates qualifying the PET/PST exam then finally need to appear for DME and RME (if applicable), conducted by CAPFs.
Step 6: Final SSC GD result
Final SSC GD result along with force allocation is released by Staff Selection Commission on its official website. The final result released by the commission is based on the performance of candidates in CBE. PET, PST, DME, RME are only qualifying in nature.