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SSC GD 2021 Admit Card

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Nov 6, 2020

The SSC GD Constable Admit Card will be published by the Staff Selection Commission through the official notification. Written tests admit card will be issued on the SSC regional website. Only by logging their user name and password, the candidates can download their admit card from the official website. Admit cards will be sent through post to those aspirants who apply offline but still, offline students can download the admit card online mode as well as. Those aspirants who apply online mode they need to download all the admit card through online only. The admit card for SSC GD Constable 2021 will available January. This exam will be conducted to complete the recruitment process of CRPF and Police Departments. 

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SSC GD Important Dates

Expected Dates of SSC GD 2021

Events Dates
Notification Published date July
Application forms date August
Last date to Apply forms September
Admit card published January
Exam Dates February to March
Result June
SSC GD Admit Card

SSC GD Admit Card Important topics

  • In case of failure to download SSC GD Admit PST / PET and DME / RME cards from the CRPF website, candidates should contact the CRPF at least one week before PET / PST or DME / RME.
  • If you do not get an SSC GD Admit Card Physical i.e. PET / PST and Medical Examination, candidates can contact the CRPF recruitment support number.
  • Applicants must indicate their Roll number and registration ID as well as their name, date of birth and test name while addressing any contact with the Commission / CRPF.
  • Consent Cards will not be issued by post in any category of SSC GD Examination.

How to download step to step SSC GD Constable 2021

The aspirants can follow the below- mentioned step by step to download the admit cards for the SSC GD 2021 exam.

  • Go to the official website of CRPF
  • Click on the “Aspirants Login” tab
  • Login the credentials- username, password & captcha.
  • Go on “SSC GD Constable Link.
  • Submit information in available fields- roll number/students name and date of birth.
  • Go and check all information mentioned in the hall ticket.
  • Download admits card for SSC GD Constable 2021 for future reference.

Applicants will be required to carry their e-day cards on the day of RME as they will not be able to appear without the RME. During the RME they will have to follow rules such as social distancing, wear a mask and carry body cleaners. Applicants must also have the Arogya Setu app downloaded to their smartphone.

If any nominee does not receive their details about the admit card for CBE on the official website one week before the examination, they should immediately contact the relevant or sub-regional office with proof of submission of the SSC GD Constable Application form.

If you are unable to download the PST / PET and DME consent cards from the CRFF website, candidates should contact management at least one week before the test. The CRPF recruitment helpline is 011-24368630. Applicants must provide their registration number or roll number, name, and date of birth and test name.

SSC GD COVID-19 Guidelines

Exam Day SSC General Duty Constable and COVID- 19 Guidelines

The admit cards are available only online mode

  • Aspirants two passport size photo for affixing in the commission’s copy of admit card in the presence of the invigilators
  • Aspirants not carrying photo will not permit to appear in the exam hall
  • Aspirants without photo identity Proofs, students will not permit to appear for exam centre
  • SSC General Duty Constable admit card for any phase are not be sent by post
  • It is compulsory for aspirants to wear a face mask during their all-time at the recruitment centre
  • Aspirants compulsory carry pocket sanitizer with them to the recruitment Centre
  • Aspirants must download the app Arogya Setu
  • Aspirants compulsory ensure that their body temperature is normal before appearing for the exam hall.
SSC GD Preparation tips

SC General Duty constable Preparation tips

Aspirants who intend to obtain SSC GD Constable Exams with good marks must know the SSC GD Constable Exam preparation tips for 2020. Applicants can test GD Constable Exam tips and tricks. By knowing the tips for preparing for the SSC GD Constable exam, candidates can know the correct preparation and study plan.

Preparation Tips for SSC GD Constable 2020 consisting of making a pattern of examining last year’s question papers, preparing brief notes, etc. Along with the preparation tips, candidates should also go through the SSC GD Constable syllabus to know the key topics and chapters asked in the test.

  • General Intelligence and Reasoning: It is a very important part, which carries 25 numbers in the exam. You should give at least 2.5 hours daily SSC GD Constable Preparation of General Intelligence section.
  • General Awareness and General Knowledge: Any questions of current affairs’ can be included in the SSC General Duty General Awareness part. You should watch news channels and read newspapers to grab the current knowledge for SSC General Duty Preparation.
  • Elementary Mathematics: Elementary Mathematics needs more and more prepare so that you can understand the nature of Questions. This will also improve your speed while solving questions.
  • English: For the best preparation of SSC General Duty English part, you should watch English news channels or movies and read English newspapers subtitles to improve your speaking, reading and understanding skills.
  • Make a good time table: To prepare well and to complete all the articles promptly, aspirants must prepare for the study. With the help of the SSC GD Constable Study program, aspirants can divide the time evenly between all subjects. It also helps to focus on your weaknesses. The applicants should only spend the last few days preparing and not try to study anything new in the last days before the trial.

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

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