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SSC GD Result 2021 (Out): Download Merit List

The final SSC GD Result 2021 (Out)Constable 2018 qualifications were released by the Personnel Selection Commission on February 5, 2021. The Commission has published the qualifications of candidates who have been declared qualified to appear in the Detailed Medical Examination (DME) / Exam Reviewing Physician (RME). Candidates can verify their individual brands using their registration number and password. Candidates can review their qualifications until March 6, 2021.

The SSC GD Result 2021 (Out)result for Kerala region was published on January 29, one week after the SSC GD Result 2021 (Out)result. The SSC GD result was declared by the Personnel Selection Commission (SSC) on January 21. The result was published in the form of a PDF for all states except Kerala. A total of 1,09,552 candidates have passed the SSC GD 2018 exam. However, only 54,151 candidates (8,080 women and 46,071 men) have been provisionally selected and assigned to different forces and states. Apart from this, the candidacy of 260 candidates has been withheld as it requires further verification.

Candidates can check the SSC GD Result 2021 (Out)on the Commission's official website. The SSC GD Results PDF contains names, list numbers, categories, assigned forces, and assigned statuses of all candidates who have been shortlisted.Previously, the Commission was supposed to announce the result of SSC GD Constable on February 20, 2021. However, it was delayed and was announced on February 21, 2021 late at night.

How to Check SSC GD Result?

Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC – ssc.nic.in.

Step 2: Click on the Result button present at the top of the Home page.

Step 3: Click on the GD tab.

Step 4: Click on the relevant SSC GD result link.

Step 5: View, download and save the result PDF.

Details Given in SSC GD Result 2021

SSC GD result contains important details about the exam and the qualifying candidates such as:

  • Exam name
  • Names of qualifying candidates
  • Roll numbers of qualifying candidates
  • Categories of candidates
  • Names of forces

Category- & Gender-Wise Candidates Selected

Check out the category- and gender-wise number of candidates selected in SSC GD 2018 exam below:

Females

Category

Number of SSC GD Vacancies

Number of Candidates Selected

SC

1,518

1,231

ST

789

717

OBC

2,089

1,830

UR

4,842

4,325

Total

9,238

8,103

 

Males

Category

Number of SSC GD Vacancies

Number of Candidates Selected

SC

8,300

7,267

ST

4,772

4,471

OBC

10,565

10,268

UR

25,483

24,302

Total

49,120

46,308

ESM

5,981

172

 

SSC GD Minimum Qualifying Marks

The minimum cutoff marks that candidates need to secure in order to qualify SSC GD CBE are:

Categories

Aggregate Percentage (in %)

General/Ex-Servicemen (ExS)

35

Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/Other Backward Class (OBC)

33

 

It may be noted that the final SSC GD merit list is prepared only on the basis of candidates’ performance in SSC GD CBE exam. PET, PST and medical examination are only qualifying in nature.

Trademarks SSC GD CBE: Resolution of related cases

In case there is a tie between the SSC GD CBE scores of two candidates, it is resolved by following the following criteria:

  • The candidate with the highest qualifications in CBE Part A is considered for recruitment first
  • If the tie is not resolved, the candidate with the highest scores in CBE Part B is considered first
  • If the tie is still not resolved, the oldest candidate is considered first
  • If the tie is still not resolved, the alphabetical order of the names of the candidates is considered.

 

Important SSC GD Constable Result Dates 2021

SSC GD Exam Events

SSC GD Exam Dates

Computer-Based Exam (CBE)

to be announced

CBE result

to be announced

Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/Physical Standard Test (PST)

to be announced

PET/PST result

to be announced

 

SSC GD Results FAQ

Q: Who publishes the SSC GD result?

A: The Personnel Selection Commission declares the result of SSC GD.

Q: Where can I check the SSC GD result?

A: You can check the result of SSC GD on the official website of the Personnel Selection Commission.

Q: Do I need any login credentials to verify the SSC GD Constable result?

A: No, the SSC GD result is declared in the form of a list of merits that can be viewed by anyone.

Q: What details are present in the SSC GD result?

A: The SSC GD result contains details such as Qualified Candidate List Names and Numbers, Exam Name, etc.

Q: I can't find my name or roll number on the SSC GD results / merits list. What does that mean?

A: In case you cannot find your name or list number on the SSC GD Constable Merit list, it means that you have not passed the test.

Q: What are the minimum qualifications for the SSC GD CBE role?

A: Candidates who are in the unreserved category and ex-military must earn a minimum of 35 percent overall. On the other hand, candidates who belong to the reserved category must obtain a minimum aggregate of 33 percent.

Q: Will I receive a notification at the time of the declaration of the SSC GD result?

A: Yes, the commission publishes a notification on its official website at the time of the declaration of the SSC GD result.

Q: When will the SSC GD 2018 result be reported?

A: The final result of SSC GD 2018 will be announced on January 20, 2021.

Q: Is the final list of merits for SSC GD prepared based on the total scores of all the stages (CBE, PET / PST, DME) of the exam?

A: No, the final list of merits of SSC GD Constable prepared based on the grades obtained by the candidates in the CBE document only. PET / PST and DME / RME only qualify by nature.

Q: What happens after the declaration of the final result of SSC GD?

A: After the declaration of the final SSC GD result, all qualified candidates are assigned different forces for the positions of Sheriff (General Service) and Rifleman (General Service).

Q: Is the SSC GD result for all categories the same?

A: No, the SSC GD result is different for reserved and non-reserved category candidates.

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