The written examination for the recruitment to the posts of constable in the central paramilitary forces will start from next month. A total of 25,271 constables are to be recruited through this recruitment process.
The admit card for the General Duty (GD) constable exam to be conducted from next month for recruitment to the posts of constable in the central paramilitary forces is likely to be issued soon. It is worth noting that this recruitment process is to be conducted by Staff Selection Commission (SSC) and by this, a total of 25,271 posts of constable are to be recruited. Applications were invited for this recruitment from July 17 to August 31 and now the first phase of the written examination is to be conducted from November 16 to December 15. Through this recruitment, a total of 25,271 posts are to be recruited. But, the candidates will be disappointed to know that this time the number of posts in the recruitment has reduced considerably as compared to the previous few recruitments.
This time the seats have decreased significantly as compared to the last few recruitments:
A total of 25,271 posts of constables in central paramilitary forces are to be filled through the current recruitment of GD constables. This time a lot of disappointment was seen among the candidates after declaring the number of vacancies. The reason behind this is that the number of vacancies in this time’s GD constable recruitment is much less than the previous GD constable recruitments. SSC had earlier conducted GD constable recruitment in 2018 and earlier in 2015 and the number of vacancies in both these recruitments was more than double as compared to current GD recruitment. SSC had released 54,953 vacancies in the 2015 GD recruitment and after the first phase of the examination, SSC also increased the number of posts, taking the number of vacancies to 60 thousand. So there, a total of 62390 posts were recruited through GD Constable Recruitment 2015.
What will be the cut off maths:
The number of seats in this recruitment of GD constable has reduced from the previous recruitment, but the number of candidates is not expected to decrease. Therefore, it is expected that this time the cut-off score may remain above the rest of the recruitment. Overall in this GD recruitment, it is being estimated that the cut-off is 80 to 85 for General category candidates, 75 to 80 for OBC category candidates, 65 to 70 for SC category candidates, and ST category candidates. It can range between 60 to 65 marks.