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SSC GD Constable Exam: in UP and Bihar only 68 percent candidates appeared SSC GD Constable Recruitment Exam – SSC GD Constable Exam: A large number of candidates left SSC GD Constable Recruitment Exam in UP and Bihar, Education News

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Staff Selection Commission’s Central Armed Police Force constable recruitment examination – 2023 started on Tuesday. 80,996 (68.96) candidates took the exam against 1,17,446 on the first day. That means 36450 candidates did not take the exam. For this examination, 97 centers have been created in 19 cities of UP and Bihar. One each from Aligarh, Arrah, Darbhanga, Moradabad, two each from Bhagalpur, Gaya, Jhansi, Muzaffarnagar, Purnia, three from Bareilly, four each from Gorakhpur, Meerut, five from Muzaffarpur, seven from Agra, nine from Prayagraj, The examination was conducted in 10 centers of Kanpur, 12 of Lucknow and 14 of Varanasi.

Let us tell you that 15,20,063 candidates will appear in the computer based SSC GD Constable examination in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. There are 11,18,823 candidates registered in UP and 4,01,240 candidates in Bihar. 46,47,646 candidates have registered across the country. The examination will be held on 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th February and on 1st, 5th, 6th and 7th March in four shifts daily: 9 to 10 in the morning, 11:30 to 12:30, 2:30 to 3 :30 and will be conducted from five to six o’clock.

This time the total number of vacancies of SSC GD Constable is 26146. Of the total vacant posts, there are 6174 posts of BSF, 11025 of CISF, 3337 of CRPF, 635 of SSB, 3189 of ITBP, 1490 of Assam Rifles, 296 of SSF. There are a total of 23347 posts for men and a total of 2799 for women. 9626 posts among men and 1183 posts among women are unreserved. Among men, 3334 posts are reserved for SC, 2354 ST, 4776 OBC, 3257 posts are reserved for EWS category. Whereas among women, 408 posts are reserved for SC, 248 posts for ST, 584 OBC, 376 for EWS.

written exam pattern
The paper will be of one hour. Only 80 questions will be asked in the paper. In the written examination, questions related to General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Knowledge and General Awareness, Elementary Maths and English/Hindi subjects will be asked. 20-20 questions will be asked from all four sections. All sections will be of 40-40 marks. There will be negative marking. One fourth mark will be deducted for wrong answer.