SSC GD 2020 Syllabus : The Staff Selection Commission will issue a GD Constable notification which contains Syllabus, Exam Pattern and Selection Process for the recruitment of candidates for the SSC General Duty Constable positions. Candidates recruited for these positions will serve for BSF, ITBP, SSF, CRPF, Rifleman in Assam Rifles, NIA, etc. The selection process will be in three different phases as follows:
- First Phase – Written Test (Online Objective Type test)
- Second Phase – Physical Standard and Physical Efficiency Test
- Third Phase – Medical Test
Only when a candidate gets through these phases, he/she will get a position to serve on one of the forces safeguarding the nation.
SSC GD 2020 Written Test Exam Pattern
The candidates whose online applications are found to be in order will be called to take up the online objective type written test. Its format will be as follows:
|Part||Subject||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks||Time Duration|
|A||General Intelligence & Reasoning||25||25|
Total 120 Minutes
|B||General Knowledge & General Awareness||25||25|
- The written consists of 4 parts, Part A – General Intelligence and Reasoning, Part B – General Knowledge and General Awareness, Part C – Elementary Mathematics, Part D – English/ Hindi.
- Each section will have 25 MCQs for 25 marks. Total Questions will be 100 for 100 marks.
- Each question will carry one mark and candidates will have to complete the test within 2 hours.
- The questions will be of matriculation level standards.
Note: For the written test, candidates can get an idea about the nature of questions from the SSC GD Constable past question papers.
SSC GD Constables 2020 Syllabus
SSC GD Costable syllabus and type of questions asked in each section of the online written test are given below:
- Part A: General Intelligence and Reasoning
- Part B: General Knowledge and General Awareness
- Part C: Elementary Mathematics
- Part D: English/ Hindi
Part A: General Intelligence & Reasoning
The purpose of this section is to test the analytical aptitude and ability of the applicant. The candidate should have the ability to distinguish patterns to give the correct answers to the questions in this section. Questions in this section will be principally of non-verbal type. Here is the list of chapters in this section:
- Coding and decoding
- Non-verbal series
- Arithmetic number series
- Arithmetic Reasoning and Figural Classification
- Relationship concepts
- Visual memory
- Spatial orientation
- Spatial visualization
- Differences and similarities
Part B: General Knowledge and General Awareness
As the name of this section very well denotes, the purpose is to know whether the candidate is aware of the happenings around him/her. The questions are to test the knowledge of the current events.
Candidates can get good marks in this section from their everyday observation and experience. The questions will be also related to the history of India and neighboring countries. To solve the questions, one should not require a special study of any discipline. will The chapters in this section will be as follows:
- Scientific Research
- Indian Constitution
- General Polity
- Economic Scene
Part C: Elementary Mathematics
As the name of this section denotes, it is for testing the basic mathematical skill of the applicants. This subject will have questions from the following chapters:
- Time and Work
- Ratio and Time
- Time and distance
- Profit and Loss
- Ratio and proportion
- Fundamental Arithmetic operations
- Decimals and fractions
- Relationship between numbers
- Computation of whole numbers
- Number Systems
Part D: English/Hindi
For this section, candidates have the option to choose either English or Hindi as per their convenience. The purpose of this section is to understand the command over the language. Only then candidates can communicate effectively. If a candidate chooses English, the questions will be in the form of:
- Comprehension passage
- Cloze passage
- Shuffling of sentences in a passage
- Shuffling of sentence parts
- Conversion from direct to indirect speech
- Active/passive voice of verbs
- Sentence improvements
- One word substitution
- Idioms & phrases
- Spelling and detecting misspelled words
- Fill in the blanks
- Spot the errors.
If a candidate chooses Hindi, the questions will be in the form of:
- रचना एवं रचयिता
- क्रिया से भाववाचक संज्ञा बनाना
- संधि विच्छेद
- कहावतें व लोकोक्तियां के अर्थ
- अनेक शब्दों के लिए एक शब्द
- समानार्थी व पर्यायवाची शब्द
- विलोमार्थी शब्द
- अशुद्ध वाक्यों के शुद्ध रूप
- मुहावरा व उनका अर्थ
- बहुवचन, किसी वाक्य को अन्य लिंग में परिवर्तन
- शब्दों के स्त्रीलिंग
- वर्तनी की सामान्य अशुद्धियाँ तथा शब्दों के शब्द रूप
Physical Standard Test/ Physical Efficiency Test (PST/PET)
Candidates will have to meet the standards below and perform the tasks to qualify in the physical standard test and physical efficiency test:
|PST (Physical Standard Test)|
|Height||170 Cms||157 Cms|
|PET (Physical Efficiency Test)|
|Race||Candidates will have to cover 5 kms in 24 minutes||Candidates will have to cover 1600 meters in 8.30 minutes|
|Candidates of Ladakh Region|
|Race||1 Mile in 6 1⁄2 minutes||800 metres in 4 minutes|
SSC GD 2020 Medical Test
The medical test for recruitment of candidates to SSD GD constable position will have tests to identify squint in eyes, varicose veins, and flat foot and knock knee. Good mental and physical wellness is important. Blood test and X-ray will be conducted only for candidates getting through the physical standard and written test.
|Visual Acuity without any aid||Visual Acuity without any correction||Refraction||Colour Vision|
|Near Vision||Distant Vision||Visual correction of any type of not corrected even with glasses||CP-III by ISIHARA|
|Better Eye||Worse Eye||Better Eye||Worse Eye|
SSC GD Constable Selection Process
- SSC GD Constable recruitment process consists of CBE, PET/PST, and Medical Examination.
- Candidates have to appear in the SSC GD Constable online written test after downloading admit cards from SSC regional websites. The exam will be held in English/Hindi only.
- Candidates 10 times the number of vacancies will be shortlisted for PET/PST from CBE written exam. Admit card for PST/PET/DME will be uploaded on the CRPF website @ http://www.crpf.gov.in.
- Candidates qualifying in PST/PET will have to appear in DME (Detailed Medical Exam) conducted as per the guidelines of ADG Medical and CAPFs. DME is mandatory but qualifying in nature.
- The candidate’s documents will be verified at the time of DME by the CAPFs.
- Final Selection and force allocation will be based on the aggregate marks secured in CBE and the category separately for Male and Female candidates in respect of state/UT and earmarked category of Border Guarding and Militancy/ Naxal affected Districts. NIA and SSF selection will be based on an All India basis.
- Candidates need to give 8 preferences of CAPFs in the online application form and the final allocation will be based on merit in the CBE and the organization preference of the candidate at the time of filling the online application form.
- Cut Off marks in CBT for selection will be for candidates of General/ Ex-servicemen – 35%, and for SC/ST/OBC – 33%.
Resolution of Tie
The following criteria in the given order will be followed to resolve the tie of marks between two or more candidates.
- Total marks in CBE
- Marks in Part A CBE
- Maks in Part B CBE
- Candidate with older age will be placed in higher merit
- Candidates Alphabetical order of Names starting with the first name
|SSC GD Constable Results 2020||SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2020|
|SSC GD Constable Notification 2020||SSC GD Apply Online 2020|
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