7.4. SSB HC Ministerial Written Examination 2013 :
Those candidates who qualify the PST and PET including Ex-Servicemen shall be eligible to appear in the SSB HC Ministerial written test 2013 to be conducted as under :
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i) Candidates may note that no separate call letters will be issued for appearing in the SSB HC Ministerial 2013 written examination.
ii) The SSB HC Ministerial 2013 written examination will be held on OMR based Answer Sheets. The duration of SSB HC Ministerial written examination 2013 will be 2 hours. Candidates will be required to record their answer in OMR sheet with blue / black ball point pen.
iii) The OMR answer sheet of written test will be processed / scanned in an electronic machine. Any wrong entry of roll number, name, question booklet number, question paper series will render the OMR sheet invalid and the same will not be evaluated. The concerned candidate will be responsible for such mistake on their part.
Minimum qualifying marks for SSB HC Ministerial Exam 2013 will be 50% for General, OBC & Ex-Servicemen and 45% for SC / ST candidates.
Note : Candidates appearing in SSB HC Ministerial written test 2013 will not be allowed to carry electronic equipments like mobile phone, calculator, pager, digital wrist watch having calculator etc. Any candidate found indulging in any unfair practice will be summarily removed from the written test and will be debarred from further recruitment process.
7.5 Skill Test Norms on Computer
The candidates who qualify the SSB HC Ministerial written test will be required to appear in the SSB HC Ministerial Skill Test ( Typing Test ) on computer, which is only qualifying in nature. A minimum speed of 35 words per minute in English Typewriting or 30 words per minute in Hindi Typewriting on computer.
( 35 words per minute in English or 30 words per minute in Hindi corresponding to 10500 KDPH in English / 9000 KDPF in Hindi with average of 5 key depressions for each word on computer ).
Note : Failure to qualify the event of typing speed test will render the candidate disqualified for selection.
7.6. SSB HC Ministerial Final Medical Examination 2013 :
Candidates who qualify Written Examination, Skill Test ( Typing Test ) and transcription on Computer will be put through detailed medical examination strictly on the basis of merit of written examination as per the vacancies and average failure rate.
(i) The candidates will be called for medical examination three times over and above the number of vacancies advertised so that if some candidates high up in the merit list ( category wise ) do not make it through medical examination, candidates lower in merit list could be considered for appointment strictly based on merit.
(ii) Being called for medical examination will in no way give any legal claim or right to any candidate for final appointment in Govt. service.
7.7. Appeal Against Findings of Medical Examination :
If a candidate is declared unfit in the detailed medical examination, the grounds for rejection will be communicated to him by the Chairman. If the rejected candidate is not satisfied with the findings of the Medical Officer, he / she will apply and obtain Form 4, 5 & 6 from the Chairman Recruitment Board concerned to prefer an appeal for Review Medical Examination to Inspector General ( Pers ), SSB, Force HQ R.K. Puram, New Delhi – 110 066, within 15 days from the date of issue of communication in which the findings of the Medical Officer is communicated to him / her.
The appeal should necessarily contain the following; (a) Review Medical Examination fee of 25/- ( Rupees Twenty five only ) non refundable, through a Bank Draft in favour of “PAO, SSB ( MHA ), New Delhi”, (b) Appeal Form 4, 5 & 6 issued by the initial Medical Board declaring the candidate as Unit, (c) One self addressed envelope with 25/- postage stamps duly affixed on it. Certificate other than Medical Form 6 ( provided by the Chairman of Recruitment Board to the Candidates ) to submit appeal for Review Medical examination will not be considered and rejected straightway. The fitness certificate on Form 6 is essential to consider their cases for review medical examination and not for any other purpose.
The candidates whose appeal is found in order will be issued call letters to appear for Review Medical Examination and their list will also be uploaded in the SSB website www.ssbrectt.gov.in. They may keep in touch to know their date of appearing in review medical examination and venue by visiting our website.
The decision of the Review Medical Board of SSB will be final and no 2nd appeal will be entertained as per Govt. instructions and also no reply of the correspondence / 2nd appeal will be given / entertained.
Note : It should, however, be clearly understood that the Selection Board reserves absolute discretion to reject or accept any candidate after considering the report of the medical board.
8. SSB HC Ministerial Final Selection 2013 :
The SSB HC Ministerial final selection list 2013 will be prepared in order of merit, category wise, after completion of Review Medical Examination. It is hereby emphasized that the candidates who merely secure the qualifying percentage marks and found medically fit, may not be considered for final selection since the cut off marks will be determined according to number of vacancies as well as after completion of whole recruitment process. Where equal marks have been obtained by candidates their merit will be fixed as per date of birth and the older candidate will be given preference.
The result of provisionally selected candidates will be uploaded in SSB website i.e. www.ssbrectt.gov.in as per availability of vacancies. The selected candidates will be issued offer of appointment. No further extension will be given except in deserving cases. The provisional appointment of the candidates will be subject to verification of their Caste and other Certificates related to recruitment through proper channel and if the verification reveals that the certificates are false at any stage, the candidate’s service will be terminated forthwith without assigning any further reasons and without prejudice to such further action as may be taken under the provisions of Indian Penal Code for production of false Certificates.