SSC GD Admit Card 2021 SSC GD Constable Hall Ticket 2021 Staff Selection Commission(SSC) General Duty (GD) Constable Written Exam Admit Card, Exam Date, Paper Pattern, Syllabus, Important Dates will be shared here in this article. Candidates will be able to access the SSC GD Admit Card 2o21 from the official website of the commission at ssc.nic.in and at the regional website of the commission too.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the examination dates for the GD Constable has written examination. The examination is scheduled to be conducted from 16th November to 15th December 2021. The examination will be conducted for the appointment of 25271 candidates for the post of Constable (General Duty) in ITBP, BSF, SSB, CISF, and other defense forces. All the candidates who have submitted online applications on time are now looking for the availability of the SSC Constable GD Admit Card 2021 The candidates have filled online applications in July 2021 and now they are ready to appear in the written test.
The SSC GD Constable examination will be conducted from 16 November to 15 December 2021. Candidates can download their admit cards from their respective region/zone website.
SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2021 at ssc.nic.in
|Name of the Recruiter||Staff Selection Commission(SSC)|
|Post Name||Constable (General Duty)|
|Number of Posts||25271|
|Exam Date||16 November to 15 December 2021|
|SSC GD Admit Card Release Date||Links are given below|
|Applications Invited in||July 2021|
All of us are aware of the fact that in India defense forces are the most prideful organizations to serve. So to get this chance lakhs of candidates to appear for this examination and try their luck to be a part of any defense organization through this recruitment examination. The candidates will face hard competition as in this examination candidates from across the country participate and compete with each other. This increases the competition level of the examination and makes this examination difficult for those candidates who haven’t prepared well or prepared less.
SSC Constable GD Exam Paper Pattern and Selection Process
The candidates will have to appear for a Computer Based Written Examination conducted at various examination centers across the country. The candidates will have to face a question paper of 100 marks with 100 questions. Each question will carry 01 mark weightage and there will be 90 minutes in total to solve the written test. All the questions in the test will be Multiple Choice Question(MCQ) Type and candidates will need to select the correct answers from the given options. Candidates will get questions of the 10th standard level.
- Reasoning & General Intelligence – 25 marks
- General Hindi/ English – 25 marks
- General Maths – 25 Marks
- Current Affairs and General Knowledge – 25 marks
Steps to download the SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2021
- Go to the website of your respective region website ( links are given below).
- Now on that website candidates will see a section of “Admit Card”.
- Click on that section and Select SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2021.
- Then it will be asked to enter the details of the candidate such as Application Registration Number and Password.
- Now you need to submit these details and click on the download admit card button.
- It will get downloaded on your device and you can take out a printout of it.
|Download SSC Constable Admit Card 2021 – State/Region Wise|
|SSC Official Website||Visit here|
|Harea Home||Visit here|
|Northern Region (NR)||Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand||Visit here|
|North Western Region (NWR)||Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Punjab, and Himachal Pradesh||Visit here|
|North Eastern Region (NER)||Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, and Nagaland||Visit here|
|Karnataka Kerala Region (KKR)||Karnataka, Kerala||Visit here|
|Southern Region (SR)||Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu||Visit here|
|Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR)||Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh||Visit here|
|Central Region (CR)||Uttar Pradesh and Bihar||Visit here|
|Eastern Region (ER)||West Bengal, Orissa, Sikkim, and Andaman & Nicobar Island||Visit here|
|Central Region (CR)
||Uttar Pradesh and Bihar||Visit here|