As per the latest news, SSC has declared the date on which medical exam will be conducted for the recruitment of SSC GD Constable. Candidates who have cleared written exam and PET /PST can download their admit card from the official website.
Admit card of SSC GD Constable for Medical Exam
Earlier Staff Selection Commission has released a notification inviting applications from the eligible candidates to join BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSB, NIA and SSF as GD constable. Aspirants across the country has applied for the post. The written exam Physical Efficiency Test and Physical Standard Test was conducted successfully for which results are also declared. Now the short listed candidates are waiting for their next test which is Medical test. This is the last stage of the recruitment process. SSC has also announced the medical exam date and admit cards are also now available in the official website.
Name of the Organisation: Staff Selection Commission (SSC)
Name of the posts: SSC GD Constable
No. of posts: 62,390
Selection Procedure of SSC GD Constable: Candidates who are looking for their future as a SSC GD Constable need to qualify written test, physical efficiency test, physical standard test and medical test.
With the medical exam, document verification will also be done. Therefore, candidates who will be attending the medical test are requested to bring all your documents for the verification process. The final result will be declared through official websites.
Steps to download Admit card for medical exam of SSC GD Constable
- Go to the official website or click here
- Enter your details as required.
- Click on submit tab.
- Now your admit card will be displayed only if you have qualified for the medical exam.
- Download the admit card and take a print out.
- Also save a copy of admit card for future reference.
For clearing medical exam, candidates need to have full eyesight with no defects, knock knee, Varicose Vein, Flat Foot. The candidates should be mentally and physically fit to perform duty at high altitudes, border areas and extreme cold conditions.