The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) and Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) conducted the GD PET/PST exams for hiring constables between May 18, 2022, and June 9, 2022. The results for the exam conducted in September 2019 were out about a month later, in early December. So, going by this trend, you can expect the results by July 2022.
How to Check and Download SSC GD 2022 Result?
You can check and download your SSC GD 2022 results by following these steps:
- Visit the official website, ssc.nic.in, and click on the trophy icon that says ‘Result.’
- You will get the results for all the posts for the respective Group Division, where you must click on Constable – GD.
- You will get another list of results for the respective category, where you should find and click on the link ‘Result of CBT for Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF, and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2021,’ to download the PDF containing the merit list.
- Search for your name by entering your credentials (roll or registration numbers).
- Download and save a copy of the results (merit list).
What Does Your SSC GD Constable Result Sheet Contain?
Your SSC GD result sheet consists of the following information:
- Name and Roll Number.
- Details about the Exam (Name, when, how, and where it took place, and the like).
The SSC GD Constable Final Result and Merit List
Several agencies across India concerned with national security need GD (General Duty) Constables, including:
- Border Security Force (BSF)
- Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
- Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
- Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITPB)
- Sa shastra Seema Bal (SSB)
- National Investigation Agency (NIA)
- Secretariat Security Force (SSF)
The SSC GD Constable is an online exam, and those who want to apply must be between 18 and 23 years of age and have completed at least the 10th grade. There were about 25,271 vacancies in 2021, with 22,424 male and 2,847 female candidates.
The selection process for the exam is that it has four stages which are as: an online, computer-based exam, Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST), and medical review.
Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Physical Standard Test (PST)
The Physical Efficiency Test (PET) is a race where candidates must meet some of the following minimum requirements. Check out the requirements
- In the Ladakh region, male candidates must run at least 1.6 km in 6.5 minutes, and female candidates, 800 m in 4 minutes.
- As for the other regions, male candidates must run at least 5 km in 24 minutes, and for female candidates, 1.6 km in 8.5 minutes.
The Physical Standard Test (PST) requires candidates must have to meet some of the specific height requirements.
- Male candidates must be at least 162.5 cm tall, and female candidates must be at least 150 cm tall.
- Male candidates from other categories, including SC, General, and OBC, must be at least 170 cm, and female candidates, 157 cm.
Similarly, chest expansion rates for males are another primary requirement in the PST. The chest expansion rates for males must be at least 76/5 and 80/5 for other classes such as General, SC, and OBC.
There are relaxations in both tests SSC GD PST/PET. Physical Efficiency Tests (PET) and the Physical Standard Tests (PST), not only for ST candidates but also for others or for general too, particularly residents of hilly areas, the north-east, Ghurkha Territories, and areas affected by left-wing extremism.
The CAPF conducts these tests and the medical reviews (DME and RME), and all the candidates must meet the minimum requirements to qualify for the position, save for the ones mentioned above.