SSC Central Police Organisations Constable ( GD ) Exam 2015 Mode of Selection
SSC CPO Constable ( GD ) PST PET Call Letter 2015 :
- Physical Standards Test ( PST ) / Physical Endurance Test ( PET ) in respect of Constables ( GD ) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF and Rifleman ( GD ) in Assam Rifles Examination, 2015 will be scheduled and conducted by CAPFs.
- Call Letters for the PST / PET commencing 25th May, 2015 have been uploaded on their website www.crpf.nic.in by the coordinating CAPF i.e. CRPF.
- For any query, candidates may contact Service Selection Board ( Cell ), Recruitment Branch, Directorate General, CRPF, Block No.1, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi or their helpline No.011-24364884 [ Extn.436 & 317 ].
1. The Staff Selection Commission will prepare the final merit list of candidates category wise and state wise without making any force allocation. Force allocation will be done by Nodal CRPF / MHA and the final result will also be declared by them.
2. The minimum cut off percentage of marks for selection will normally be as under :
- General and Ex-servicemen : 35%
- SC / ST / OBC : 33%
Provided that SC, ST, and OBC candidates, who are selected on their own merit without relaxed standards will not be adjusted against the reserved share of SSC CPO Constable 2015 vacancies. Such SC, ST, and OBC candidates will be accommodated against the general / unreserved vacancies for CPO as per their position in the overall Merit List.
The reserved SSC CPO Constable 2015 vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible SCs, STs, and OBCs, candidates which will, thus, comprise of SC, ST, and OBC candidates who are lower in merit than the last general candidate on merit list of unreserved category but otherwise found suitable for SSC CPO appointment by relaxed standard.
An Ex-Serviceman candidate who qualifies on the basis of relaxed standards viz. age limit, experience or qualifications, extended zone of consideration, etc. will be counted against reserved SSC Central Police Organisation vacancies and not against general vacancies subject to fitness of such candidate for CPO selection. Such candidates will also be recommended at the relaxed standards. Age relaxation as prescribed by Government for Ex-Servicemen is permissible against the reserved or unreserved vacancies and such exemption is not termed as relaxed standards in regard to age.
3. Allotment of CAPF to the candidates selected from each state will be done by MHA / CAPF on the basis of merit list submitted by SSC depending on availabilities of vacancies in each CAPF for the State.
4. Result will be declared on the basis of merit-cum-preference of force / organisation exercised by the candidate. If a candidate does not exercise any option for any force / organisation or exercise limited option(s) he / she will be considered against default option as indicated in the application form. If the candidate does not want to be considered against any force / organisation, he / she should put cross mark ( X ) in the relevant column in the application form.
Note : The candidates applying for the SSC Central Police Organisation Constable examination 2015 should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for admission to the SSC CPO examination. Their SSC CPO Exam 2015 admission at all the stages of examination will be purely provisional, subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. If, on verification, at any time before or after the PST / PET, SSC Central Police Organisation written examination and SSC CPO medical examination, it is found that they do not fulfill any of the SSC eligibility conditions, their candidature for the SSC CPO examination will be cancelled by the Staff Selection Commission.
11. Resolution of Tie Cases
- The tie is resolved by the Staff Selection Commission by referring to the total marks in the written examination for Central Police Organisation i.e. a candidate having more marks in the CPO written examination gets preference over the candidate(s) with less marks.
- If the tie still persists, then the marks in part A are referred to i.e. a candidate having more marks in part A is given preference.
- If the tie still persists, the candidate older in age gets preference.
- If the tie still persists, it is finally resolved by referring to the alphabetical order of names i.e. a candidate whose name begins with the alphabet which comes first in the alphabetical order gets preference.