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SSC GD Constable Result 2019 Declared; Method to Check Scores & Important Instructions for Candidates Here

SSC GD Constable

SSC GD Constable Result 2019: The Staff Selection Commission has released the much-awaited SSC GD Constable Results for CAPFs, NIA, SSF & Rifleman (Assam Rifles) Computer Based Test. The results can be checked at the official website - ssc.nic.in. Candidates may note that the marks have not been released till now and will be published shortly hence they must keep an eye on the website. The cut off for male as well as female candidates has been released. A total of 4, 65,632 Male Candidates have been selected for the PET/PST round. And 68,420 female candidates in various categories have qualified the exam. 

To recall, SSC GD Constable Exam 2019 was held from 11 February to 11 March, 2019. This year around 30 lakh candidates have appeared for the SSC GD constable exam. Applicants who have appeared for the exam can check their result through the steps given below.

How to check SSC GD Constable Result 2019

Method to check SSC result

Step 1 – Go to the official site of Staff Selection Commission - ssc.nic.in.

Step 2 – Click on SSC GD Constable Result link available on the home page.

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Step 3 - Now enter your roll number or registration number & date of birth.

Step 4 - Click submit button and your result will appear on the screen.

Step 5 – Save & download your SSC GD constable result for future need.

SSC GD Constable 2019: Important Instructions for Candidates

If there is any discrepancy regarding the result then it must be reported to the Commission by 31st July, 2019 with a copy of printout of the online application form. Call letters of selected candidates will be issued by the Nodal CAPF (CRPF).

The selected candidates will further have to appear for the physical efficiency test (PET) and physical standard test (PST). SSC will release the schedule of PET or PST soon. A total of 58,373 posts will be filled through this recruitment drive.

The SSC GD constable results were earlier expected to be declared on 31st May, 2019. The date was, later postponed to 21st June, 2019.



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