Staff Selection Commission of India is all set to release the official results of the SSC GD exam to select eligible and suitable candidates for the post of ground Duty Constables for the year 2021. Candidates who had appearing for the SSC GD Constable 2021 Exam from 16th November to 15th December 2021 can check the expected cut-off marks here. The results are expected by the end of January. The cut off marks are usually released along with the results. A large number of candidates had appeared for the exam this year and hence the cut off marks are also expected to be more than the previous years. Candidates are requested to visit this page regularly in order to remain updated about the upcoming SSC GD 2021 Exam result details. In this blog we will discuss about SSC GD Constable Cut-Off. Once announced, the cut off marks will be available in the official website of SSC: ssc.nic.in.
As the SSC GD exam result for the year 2021 is not yet released by SSC, but is expected soon, let us have a look at GD Constable Exam Overview.
|Name of the recruitment exam||SSC GD or Staff Selection Commission General Duty|
|Conducting body||Staff Selection Commission|
|Post name||Constable Executive (Males and Females)|
|Selection stages||Computer-Based Test (CBE), Physical Endurance and Measurement Test (PE&MT), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST), Medical Exam (Detailed Medical Exam (DME), Review Medical Exam)|
|Exam frequency||Not fixed [based on the number of vacancies intimated by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) or Delhi Police to SSC|
|Mode of exam||Online|
|Exam language||English and Hindi|
SSC GD Constable Exam Minimum Qualifying Marks
|Category||Minimum Qualifying Percentage|
|EWS/ ESM/ UR||35%|
|SC/ ST/ OBC||33%|
SSC GD Constable 2022 Expected Cut Off Marks
The SSC GD Constable cut off marks differ according to gender, state and category. The expected cut off marks of the SSC GD Constable exam held from 16 November, 2022 to 15 December, 2022 is as follows:
|Category||Expected Cut Off Marks|
|General||75 to 85|
|EWS||73 to 83|
|OBC||70 to 80|
|SC||60 to 70|
|ST||55 to 65|
SSC GD Constable Cut-Off- Previous Year Cut-Off
Candidates can check SSC GD Constable previous year cut-off and analyze their strategy for the exam and get an idea about the cut-off for current year. Check the table below to get the idea for SSC GD 2019 Cut-Off:
SSC GD Constable Cut-Off: 2019 Cut-Off
SSC GD Cut Off List will be influenced by factors such as the number of appearing candidates, the difficulty level of examination and total vacancies. SSC GD Official Cut Off Merit List will be issued along with the exam result.
SSC GD Cut Off For Females ( All India- SSF & NIA)
SSC GD Cut-Off for Female candidates qualified against All-India vacancies (for SSF only):
|Category||Candidates Available||Cut Off Details|
|Marks||Part A Marks||Part B Marks||DOB|
SSC GD Cut Off for Males (All India-NIA & SSF)
Cut-Off for Male candidates qualified against All-India vacancies (for NIA and SSF):
|Force||Category||Candidates Available||Cut Off Details|
|Marks||Part A Marks||Part B Marks||DOB|
As per the option exercised by the candidates in the Online Application Form, candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC category, on migration from one State/ UT to another State/ UT have been considered in their respective reserved category if they have chosen to take benefit of reservation from the State/ UT of origin. Other-wise they have been considered as UR candidates from the State/ UT of their domicile as per the provisions of the Notice of Examination. The candidates shortlisted against the All India vacancies have also been considered against the vacancies of General/ Border/ Naxal District Areas depending on the domicile State/ District information provided by the candidates in the online Application Form and verification of the same during Document Verification. Similar procedure have also been adopted for the candidates shortlisted against the vacancies of General/ Border District/Naxal affected District Areas.
NCC Cadets gets bonus marks in addition to their normalized marks. The bonus mark allocation will be as follows:
- NCC A Certificate holders: 2% of the maximum marks
- NCC B Certificate holders: 3% of the maximum marks
- NCC C Certificate holders: 5% of the maximum marks
The final selection of will be based on the candidate’s performance in all the three phases of the SSC GD Constable Exam, i.e., Computer Based Examination (CBE), Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST), and Detailed Medical Examination (DME).
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