SSC Recruitment 2022: Revised vacancy list of Constable GD released, now 45,284 posts will be recruited


SSC Recruitment 2022: SSC has launched the record of revised vacancies of Constable GD. Candidates who’ve utilized for Constable (GD) in CAPFs, SSF in Assam Rifles, Rifleman (GD) and Constable in Narcotics Management Bureau Examination 2022 can get details about vacancies by visiting the official web site

45,284 posts can be crammed

A complete of 45,284 posts of constable can be crammed by means of this recruitment. Earlier the variety of vacancies to be crammed by means of this recruitment was 24,369. Now the scholars have gotten quite a lot of reduction as a result of improve within the variety of vacancies. The registration course of for GD Constable examination will finish on 30 November. In these posts, 40, 274 male candidates, 4, 835 feminine candidates and 175 posts have been allotted for NCB.

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In line with the GD constable vacancies record, 20,765 posts can be crammed in BSF, 5,914 posts in CISF, 11,169 posts in CRPF, 2,167 posts in SSB, 1,787 posts in ITBP, 3,153 posts in AR and 154 posts in SSF. For the applying, the candidate will need to have a matriculation move certificates from a acknowledged board or college.

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Youth as much as 26 years will be capable of apply

The minimal age restrict for the candidates making use of for constable posts is eighteen years and the utmost age restrict is 23 years. However, SSC has stated that candidates of all classes have been given leisure of three years within the age restrict. Candidates age shouldn’t be greater than January 2, 1997. On the similar time, leisure of 5 years for SC, ST class and three years for OBC class has been given within the age restrict. General class candidates as much as 26 years can apply.

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