SSC GD Constable Result 2018 – Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will declare SSC GD Constable Result 2018 at ssc.nic.in. The CBT of SSC GD Constable 2018 will take place from February 11 to March 11, 2019. The SSC GD aspirants who will appear in the CBT will be able to check the SSC GD Constable Result 2018. The mode of checking the result will be online only. Dates of the declaration of the result are yet to announce. SSC releases the result in the form of pdf file which contains the name and roll number of qualified candidates. With the help of this article, students can check the complete details of SSC GD Constable Result 2018.
SSC GD Constable Result 2018
It is important to preserve a copy of CBT result for the future use. CBT consists of 4 major sections. It will be an objective type paper. The total number of questions will be 100. Each question carries 1 mark. The total marks of the CBT will be 100. Each section carries 25 marks. Duration to solve the question paper will be 90 minutes. To know the complete schedule of SSC GD Constable Result 2018, check the table below.
|SSC GD Constable Result 2018||Important Dates|
|CBT of SSC GD Constable 2018 will take place on||11 Feb to 11 Mar 2019|
|The result will declare on||To be announced|
Result: Students can the SSC GD Constable Result 2018 at ssc.nic.in.
How To Check SSC GD Constable Result 2018?
There are several steps that every student must follow in order to check the SSC GD Constable Result 2018. Steps to check the result are as follows.
- First of all, visit the official website or you can click on the above direct link.
- Go to the Result panel on the website.
- Choose the exam type you have appeared for.
- On a new window, a login page will open.
- In that page, enter your Roll number and Password
- Click on the “Login” button.
- Now you can see the SSC GD Constable Result 2018
- Take out a printed copy of the same for future use.
Selection Process For SSC GD Constable 2018
There are 4 major stages of examination for the selection of SSC GD Constable 2018. The first one is a computer-based test (CBT). Second is the Physical Efficiency Test (PET), then Physical Standard Test (PST) and finally, the Detailed Medical Examination (DME).
Students will first have to qualify for the initial stage, i.e. CBT stage. It will be an online examination. Thereafter, they will become eligible to take PET/PST rounds. Those candidates who will consider FIT will become eligible for the Detailed Medical Examination (DME). Finally, in DME stage, the commission will verify the medical standards and the documents of the candidates as well.
On the basis of aggregate marks scored by the candidates in Computer Based Test (CBT), the final selection of candidates, along with the force allocation, in each category. The list of forces is as follows.
- BSF (A)
- CISF (B)
- CRPF (C)
- SSB (D)
- ITBP (E)
- Assam Rifles (F)
- NIA (G)
- SSF (H)
Candidates will have to choose the preferences while filling the application form. CAPF will not entertain any request to change the force preference, once filled.
What To Do After SSC GD Constable Result 2018?
The result will declare a list of candidates qualified in the CBT, PET/PST, and DME as well. Furthermore, if candidates qualify all of these stages. Lastly, while the document verification process, students require to carry some important documents such as their ID proofs. Therefore, the committee will verify some documents which are as follows.
- Valid government ID Proof like Aadhar card, PAN card, Voter’s ID etc.
- Passport size photograph
- Caste certificate (for reserved category students)
- Mark sheet of the educational qualification
- Matriculation certificate
- Character certificate
Normalization Formula Of SSC GD Constable 2018
SSC released the normalization formula. From the below-given image candidates can check the Normalization Formula Of SSC GD Constable 2019.
Cut off For SSC GD Constable 2018
There are minimum qualifying marks that are necessary in order to qualify the CBT stage. On the basis of these marks, they will be eligible for the further stages.
- General candidates: 35%
- Ex-Serviceman: 35%
- SC/ST/OBC candidates: 33%
Resolution Of Ties
This is a major doubt among students that if they get a tie in the marks then how will this resolve. The commission found a resolution criteria. Criteria to resolute the ties are as follows. They will follow these criteria one after another, until the tie resolve.
- Total marks in Computer Based Test.
- Marks in Part-A of Computer Based Test.
- Marks in Part-B of Computer Based Test.
- Date of Birth, older candidates will get preference.
- Alphabetical order of names (starting with the first name)