SSB ASI SI & Head Constable Syllabus 2018

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SSB ASI, SI, Head Constable Selection Process:

The Selection Procedure of the Exam will be as follows: Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Documentation, Written Examination i.e. Paper-I and either Paper-II (Technical Written Examination) or Skill test

 

Sashastra Seema Bal ASI, SI, Head Constable Exam Details:

The bio-metric examination, photograph and signature of the candidates who report with Admit Card at the recruitment venue will be taken, which shall be followed by conduct of different stages of recruitment process as under:

 

(i) PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST (PET):- All candidates will have to undergo Physical Efficiency Test, which will be qualifying in nature and the candidates must qualify the event as under: –

NOTE:-EX-SERVICEMEN ARE EXEMPTED FROM PHYSICAL EFFICIENCY TEST. HOWEVER, THEY WILL HAVE TO APPEAR FOR MEASUREMENT OF HEIGHT, CHEST & WEIGHT OR HEIGHT & WEIGHT AS APPLICABLE AND PAPER-I & PAPER-II AND MEDICAL EXAMINATION.

 

(ii) PHYSICAL STANDARD TEST (PST): The Candidates who qualify in the Physical Efficiency Test will have to undergo Physical Standard Test. Ex-servicemen are exempted from PET. However, their actual height, weight and chest measurements will be recorded:

Note:

  1. A candidate including Ex-Servicemen not meeting the minimum height and chest requirement will be rejected.
  2. Candidates seeking relaxation in height and chest will require to submit the certificate reg. their community from concerned District Authorities. In the event of non-production of the certificate at the time of Physical Standard Test, their claim for relaxation in height and chest will not be entertained and their candidature for the post will be cancelled straightaway. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained by SSB at later stage.

(a) Weight: Weight of the candidate should be proportionate to height and age. Weight will not be a disqualification criteria at the time of PST. However, the overweight/underweight candidates will be disqualified at the time of Detailed Medical Examination based on weight and age on the day of Detailed Medical Examination and the height as measured during Physical Standard Test.

The body weights given in the chart are corresponding to only certain heights (in cms) in even numbers only.

In respect of heights in between, the principle of ‘Average’ will be utilized for calculating body weights. In doubtful cases of overweight, the assessment in to be made on the basis of BMI.

Where Age for Govt. employees is relaxed above the age of 37 (for e.g. 40 or more) the average weight is to be arrived at by using BMI.

 

NOTE:

(a) APPEAL AGAINST PHYSICAL STANDARD TEST (PST):- Candidates declared disqualified in Physical Standard Test (PST) can prefer an appeal in the form of written application to the appellate authority for re-measurement of Height and Chest only. The appeals of the candidates shall be disposed off on the same day.

(b) Candidates who intend to avail relaxation in height and chest measurements will have to submit certificate from concerned district authorities.

 

(iii) DOCUMENTATION:- The candidates who qualify the Physical Standard Test (PST) will have to go through documentation, in which candidates will have to produce all original documents/certificates, the details of which are given by the candidate in the application form. Failing which the candidature of candidate will be rejected. No appeal on rejection in documentation will be entertained at later stage by SSB.

 

Exam Pattern for SSB ASI, SI, Head Constable Posts:

(iv) WRITTEN EXAMINATION:- Candidates who qualify documentation will appear in written examination i.e. Paper-I and either Paper-II (Technical Written Examination) or skill test as per details given below:-

Paper-I (duration : 2 hours):- For all posts Paper-I will be of 100 multiple objective type question focusing on General Knowledge, Numerical ability, Quantitative aptitude, General English/General Hindi and General Reasoning carrying 100 marks. Minimum qualifying marks for Paper-I for all posts will be:-

50% for Unreserved & OBC including Ex-Servicemen

45% for SC & ST including Ex-Servicemen

Paper-I will be qualifying in nature.

 

Paper-II (Technical Written Examination of 2 hours duration) for SI (Staff Nurse Female) and ASIs (Pharmacist, Operation Theatre Technician, Dental Technician & Radiogragher): Paper-II (Technical written Examination) shall be conducted for the posts of Sl (Staff Nurse Female), ASIs (Pharmacist, Operation Theatre Technician, Dental Technician & Radiographer) containing 100 multiple objective type questions designed to test the core competency of the candidates in his/her technical subject. Minimum qualifying marks for Paper-II will be:-

50% for Unreserved & OBC including Ex-Servicemen

45% for SC & ST including Ex-Servicemen

 

Final merit list for the posts of SI (Staff Nurse Female) and ASIs (Pharmacist, Operation Theatre Technician, Dental Technician & Radiographer) will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the Paper-II (Technical Written Examination) only.

Paper-II (Descriptive nature of 2 hours duration) for ASI (Steno) & Head Constable (Ministerial): Paper-II for ASI (Steno) & HC (Min) will be a descriptive examination consisting 01 essay writing (25 marks), 01 precis writing (25 marks), 01 letter writing (25 marks) & 01 comprehension (25 marks) and will be conducted to test the writing capability of candidates

Note-1: Candidates will have choice to answer Essay writing & Letter writing either in English or in Hindi. But the answer of precis and comprehension will have to be given in English language only.

Paper-II of only those candidates will be checked who will secure qualifying marks in Paper-I.

Minimum qualifying marks for Paper-II will be:

50% for Unreserved & OBC including Ex-Serviceman.

45% for SC & ST including Ex-Servicemen.

 

Skill test norms on computer for the post of ASI (Steno) & HC(Min):- Candidates who qualify Paper-1 & Papgr-lI (Descriptive nature) will be called for Skill Test for the posts as prescribed for the post of ASI (Steno) and HC (Min.). Skill test will be qualifying in nature.

Final merit list for the posts of Assistant Sub-Inspector (Stenographer) and Head Constable (Ministerial) will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the Paper-I (Common Entrance Test) & Paper-II (Descriptive nature).

NOTE:- Qualification in PET, PST, Documentation, Written Examination and Skill Test not be a guarantee to a call letter for Detailed Medical Examination. After Skill Test the candidates will be shortlisted for DME as per the merit of written examination.

 

The tentative schedule for written examination, uploading of question paper on SSB website, inviting of queries from candidate, upioading of answer keys and schedule of skill tests is are as under:-

 

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