Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) Constable posts exam will be conducted as per which they will be selected. There is a diversified selection criteria which will be followed by each candidate. The name of posts are-
- Water Carrier
The selection of candidates will be done based on following criteria-
- Physical Efficiency Test
- Physical Standard Test
- Written Exam- 100 marks
- Trade Test- 50 marks
- Medical Exam
Individual selection methodology is defined below for each post and the candidates can refer them for their preparation.
Physical Efficiency Test (NA for Ex- Servicemen)
Physical Standard Test
|Post Name||Constable Driver||Constable (Cook, Washerman, Barber, Safaiwala and Water Carrier)|
|Selection Criteria||Height||Chest||Height (Men)||Height (Women)||Chest|
|Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Dogras, Marathas and people of Assam, HP, J&K||165 cms||78-83 cms||165 cms||155 cms||78-83 cms|
|Gorkhas and belonging to North eastern states||162.5 cms||77-82 cms||–||–||–|
|ST||162.5 cms||76- 81 cms||162.5 cms||150 cms||76-18 cms|
|ST of North eastern states||160 cms||76-81 cms|
|All Others||170 cms||80-85 cms||167.5 cms||157 cms||78-83 cms|
|Exam Type||Multiple Choice Questions||Cut Off: General- 50% and SC/ ST/ OBC- 45%|
|Total Questions||100 (1 mark)|
|Total Time||2 Hours|
SSB Constable Exam Syllabus: The topics for the exam are-
GK: The questions will be asked from- history, geography, political science, economy, culture, sports, railways, arts, important dates & events, current events of India & World, scientific aspects.
Numerical Ability: Number system, LCM & HCF, algebra, trigonometry, profit & loss, ratio & proportion, decimals, simplification, percentages, time & work, time & distance, graphs & charts, binomial theorem, boats & streams, squares & cubes, simple & compound interest
English & Hindi: Grammar section (noun, verb, adjective, adverb, subject verb agreement, speech, narration, articles), fill in the blanks, vocabulary (meanings, synonyms, antonyms), comprehension passages followed by questions based on it.
General Reasoning: Both verbal & non- verbal reasoning parts- similarities & differences, coding & decoding, missing pattern, odd man series, analytical functions, venn diagrams, relationships, pattern matching, syllogistic reasoning, figure matching, statements & conclusions etc.