SSC GD Result 2019 and Merit list/Cut-off marks @ ssc.nic.in: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) the authority responsible for conducting this exam, recently in a notice announced the tentative date for SSC GD Constable result.
Latest Update: Students looking for SSC CGL result 2019 tier 1 can check it here. Expected to be released on 20th August 2019.
SC GD Constable individual marks released on ssc.nic.in. Candidates can check their marks period of 01 month from 05-07-2019 to 04-08-2019 by using their Registration Nubmber and Password.
Direct link to check marks provided below.
SSC GD result 2019 for Computer Based Examination (CBT) has been released on 21st June 2019. All candidates can check their result from below. SSC GD Result 2019 has been published on official website as SSC GD merit list/ select list. No hard copy of result will be sent to candidates through post. Candidates shortlisted in CBE will be invited for Physical Efficiency Test.
SSC GD Result 2019
Check Individual marks of Computer Based Examination for Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2018 on 20-06-2019 – Click Here
SSC has also increased the number of vacancies from 54953 to 58,373 which is a good news for candidates who have appeared for the test. As the official notification, the number of candidates shortlisted for PET after CBE will be 10 nearly times the number of vacancies.
For more details related to SSC GD constable result, candidates can scroll down and go through the complete article.
|Recruitment||SSC GD constable 2019|
|Article category||SSC GD Result / Merit list / Cut off|
|Recruiting Authority||Staff Selection Commission (SSC)|
|Notification No.||F. No. 3/2/2017–P&P-I|
|Name of the post||Constable (GD) and Rifleman (GD)|
|Recruiting Forces||CAPFs, NIA & SSF (Constable- GD), Assam Rifles (Riflemen-GD)|
|Job location||Anywhere in India|
|Exam date||11th February – 11th March 2019|
|Date of declaration of result||21st June 2019 (Announced)|
|Mode of exam||Online|
|SSC GD result 2019 Status||Declared|
SSC GD result Important Dates 2019
|Application date||21st July to 30th September 2018|
|Date of exam||11th February – 11th March 2019|
|Answer keys||Announced now|
|Declaration of result||21 June 2019 (Declared)|
SSC GD Constable Exam- Answer Key
Before the release of result, Commission will publish the tentative answer keys to all the question paper sets. Answer keys will be published on official SSC website in PDF form. It is expected to the release in the third week of April 2019.
Answer sheets provides an insight about the performance and result of the candidates. After the release of provisional answer keys, candidates will be given a chance to submit representation against the tentative answer key. Candidates should submit their representation within the stipulated time-frame. Candidates will be notified through the official website.
After the analysis of representation filed, a final answer key will be prepared and released. No further objections in this regards will be accepted. Once the final answer key is released, SSC will also publish the result/merit list.
SSC Constable (GD) 2019 Exam (CBE) Statistics
Computer Based Examination for the recruitment of Constable (GD) in various forces and Riflemen (GD) in Assam Rifle was held from 11th Feb to 11th March for 18 days in multiple shifts in various exam centres established across the country.
After the successful conduct of exam, Commission published a notice including few statistics and salient features of the exam. Below we have shared important points related to the online exam-
|Total number of the vacancies||58,373|
|Total number of registered candidates||52,20,335|
|Total number of candidates appeared for the exam||30,41,284|
|Number of exam shifts||54 (3 shifts per day)|
|Overall attendance percentage||58.26%|
|Total number of exam cities||125|
|Total number of exam venues||297|
|Total number of states and Union Territories where exam was conducted||31|
Before going further to the result details have a look at the brief details about the Constable GD computer-based exam pattern given below-
- Exam was conducted on different dates in multiple shifts in 31 states and UTs of the country
- It was an online exam (Computer Based Examination).
- There were four parts in the question paper viz. Part A (General Intelligence and Reasoning), Part B (General Knowledge and General Awareness), Part C (Elementary Mathematics) and Part D (English/ Hindi).
- Objective type questions were asked.
- Total number of questions was 100.
- Duration was 90 minutes.
- Maximum marks- 100 marks (one mark for each correct answer)
- Shortlisting of candidates for next selection round will be done on the basis of normalization of marks scored in the test.
- The medium of exam was English and Hindi.
How to check SSC GD Constable Result 2019?
Result will be published through the online mode. Candidates have to download their result from the official website.
To assist the candidates in downloading the result from the official portal, we have shared an easy procedure by which they can get their result online.
Candidates can refer the step-by-step guide shared below to check the result-
- Open official website
Candidates have to start by opening the official website of SSC (mentioned above). They can also access the result directly from the link shared on this page.
- Click on the relevant link
On the homepage of the website, candidates have to click on the relevant result PDF provided under the section “Latest News”.
- Result/Merit List appears
On clicking on the relevant PDF link, SSC Constable GD result will appear on the screen in the form of PDF. Candidates have to find their names or roll number in the list under the zone from which they have applied.
- Save and download
Once candidates have checked the result, they can also save it for future correspondence. They can download it by clicking on the download option.
Latest News 21st June 2019: SSC GD Constable Result 2018-19 has been announced now. Download it from below links.
Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2018 – List of Female candidates qualified against State/ UT-wise vacancies for General District Area (List-II) – Declared
Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2018 – List of Female candidates qualified against vacancies reserved for Naxal/ Militancy affected District Area (List-IV)– Declared
Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2018 – List of Male candidates qualified against State/ UT-wise vacancies for General District Area (List-VI) – Declared
Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA, SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2018 – List of Male candidates qualified against vacancies reserved for Naxal/ Militancy affected District Area (List-VIII) – Declared
SSC Constable GD Merit List 2019
SSC result is generally released in the form of select list or merit list. For constable GD recruitment exam, it will also be announced as the merit list of the candidates. The PDF merit list is supposed to carry following information in it-
Names of the shortlisted candidates for PET (not necessarily in the order of merit), roll numbers of the candidates, region/zone, marks obtained, category, gender, instructions, etc. Candidates have to search their names according their zone/region.
Only those candidates will be considered qualified whose names will be there in the select list. The merit list will be final for the CBE and no representation or objection against the same will be entertained under any circumstances.
SSC GD Constable Cut-Off Marks 2019
Cut-Off marks is the very important factor that helps in preparation of result and merit list. The minimum marks that a conduct requires to pass or qualify an exam is known as cut-off marks.
Generally, for every exam cut-off marks varies as per the category of the candidates. There are various factors on the basis of which cut-off marks are decided for each category of the candidates. These factors include number of candidates appearing for exam, number of vacancies, difficulty level of exam, marking scheme, reservation applicable, etc.
SSC has already set the cut-off marks criteria for all the categories of candidates. The cut-off marks in SSC Constable GD Computer Based Examination, for eligibility to selection of candidates, is as under-
|Categories||Cut-off marks percentage|
|Schedule Cast (SC)||33%|
|Schedule Tribe (ST)||33%|
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||33%|
Candidates scoring less than the cut-off marks in their respective category will not be shortlisted for next the round.
Resolution of Tie-cases
During the evaluation and result preparation process, sometimes a situation of tie in marks of the candidates occur. To resolve such cases of ties, commission has provided following criteria which can be applied one after one till the tie is resolves-
(a) Total marks obtained in Computer Based Examination. It means candidate who will score more marks will be given preference.
(b) Marks in Part-A of CBE.
(c) Marks in Part-B of CBE.
(d) Date of Birth, with older candidates, placed higher. Candidate older in age will be given priority.
(e) Alphabetical order of names (starting with first name). For example, candidates whose name will start with “A” will be placed higher.
After SSC GD Result Procedure
As per the selection procedure specified by the commission, candidates qualifying the CBE will be shortlisted for next round i.e. PET (Physical Efficiency Test) followed by PST (Physical Standard Test) and Medical Examination.
The names of the candidates shortlisted for PET will be mentioned in the merit list. The intimation regarding the PET date, admit card, date, time, test center and other details will be notified to candidates through official website, SMS/ Email. Therefore, all the shortlisted candidates should frequently visit the official portal for latest news updates related to PET.
The salient features of PET include-
PET (Physical Efficiency Test)
- It will include a race. Male candidates have to cover a distance of 5 km in 24 minutes.
- Female candidates have to cover a distance of 1.6 km in 8 ½ minutes.
- Pregnant female candidates will be rejected at this stage.
- PET will not be conducted for Ex-Servicemen shortlisted after CBE. They only have to appear for measurement of height, weight and chest only in PST round.
For candidates of Ladakh region-
|Male candidates||Female candidates|
|Race||1 mile in 6 ½ minutes||800 meters in 4 minutes|
After completion of PET, shortlisted candidates have to appear for PST and further for Medical examination.
Normalization of marks procedure
SSC exam was conducted in multiple stage and for the smooth and transparent evaluation of the result, normalization of marks method will be used to prepare the merit list.
The formula for normalization of marks is shared as under-
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