Selection Process for SSC GD Constable Posts
Staff Selection Commission is an organization under the government, SSC recruits candidates for various posts. At present SSC GD Constable Recruitment in BSF, CISF, CRPF, SSB, ITBP, AR, NIA and SSF has been released for filling up of 57,000 plus vacancies. SSC Recruitment employment opportunities which invite online applications for Constable Posts. Apply Online for SSC GD for the desired Constable posts with handsome emoluments.
Age factor: The Candidates age must be between 18 to 23 years; the age relaxation of 5 years for SC / ST candidates, 3 years for other Backward Classes as Non-Creamy Layer Candidates and others as per government rules.
The candidates who are applying for the SSC GD Constable post mandatorily should be a citizen of India. The individuals have to possess the bachelor’s degree/diploma/pass in Matriculation based on the various sections in the constable post.
Candidates with satisfying profile have to pay Rs. 50/- as an application fee. SC /ST / PWD category candidates are exempted from paying an application fee. Payment can be made by using only Master / Visa / Rupay Debit or Credit cards or using Internet banking. The candidates who are eligible for the post may apply online only through the website ssc.nic.in from the commencing date of application to the last date.
The candidates will be selected based on their performance in the written test, physical measurement test, physical endurance test and through Medical Examination. The candidates selected for the posts will be placed across India.
It is mandatory for the candidates who are applying online to possess a valid and active email id & a mobile number. Candidates can apply for the post from the direct link provided on our website. Or the candidates should log in to the website www.ssc.nic.in and select the desired post and click Apply Online. Enter all valid credentials, educational details, and personal details. Pay the application fee online and print the hard copy of filled online application form for future reference.