SSC CPO 2018 Document Verification Schedule

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Feb 23, 2021

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has finally released the SSC CPO 2018 document verification schedule on its official SSC website. It has been notified that the SSC CPO document verification for the Eastern region will be held on March 8, 2021. Now, the candidates who have been shortlisted for the document verification are required to reach the allocated exam centre and report on the scheduled date. 

While appearing for the document verification process, candidates must take the necessary documents. If a candidate fails to attend the SSC CPO document verification on the scheduled date and time, then the candidate will not be considered for any of the SSC CPO posts. Admit Card for the SSC CPO 2018 document verification will be shortly released by the commission on its official SSC website 

Check: SSC CPO 2020 Paper-I Result to be announced on Feb 26

SSC CPO 2018 Document Verification: Required photo-ID proof

While appearing for the document verification process, Candidates are advised to carry two passport-sized photographs and one original valid photo ID proof for verification purposes. Photo ID proofs such as 

  • Aadhaar Card/ Hard Copy of E-Aadhaar
  • Employer ID (Govt/PSU)
  • Any other ID Card issued by Central/State Govt
  • Voter ID Card
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • Driving License
  • Government School/ College ID Card

Check: SSC CPO 2021 Selection Process: Paper-I, PET & PST, Paper-II, Medical Test & Document Verification

SSC CPO 2018: Documents required

Candidates appearing for the SSC CPO 2018 Document verification process must have to submit the hard copies of various documents such as, 

  • Matriculation/Secondary Certificate
  • Caste/Category Certificate
  • Educational Qualification Certificate
  • Driving License for motorcycle and car (issued before the date of PET/PST) (for those who have given preference for Delhi Police) 

Candidates will be finalized for the posts on the basis of their performance in the Paper-I and Paper-II and their preferences of posts that are asked to them during the document verification process. 

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.