STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION

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1 STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles Examination, Result for Male Candidates to be called for Medical Examination. ******* An open competitive written examination for recruitment to the posts of Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF & Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles, 2015 was held on and Re-examination held on for the candidates who qualified in PET/PST at different centres across the country. 2. In the above examination 11,65,942 (both male & female) candidates actually appeared. 3. Commission had placed on website the answer keys of different Question Booklets used in the above examination inviting representation from the candidates. Representations received in this regard have been carefully examined and modified answer keys, wherever their representations were found to be genuine, were used for evaluation. 4. As per the scheme of the Recruitment, the minimum cut off percentage marks in the written examination is 33% for SC, ST and OBC candidates and 35% for UR and Ex-servicemen candidates. 5. Considering the vacancies reserved for different States including those for Naxal/Militancy affected districts within the States and vacancies reserved for Border Districts, Commission has decided to release the following four separate lists for the candidates to be called for Detailed Medical Examination (DME): List I : Male Candidates qualified against State-wise vacancies List II : Additional Male candidates qualified against vacancies reserved for Naxal/Militancy affected Districts (at a lower cut-off) List III : Additional Male candidates qualified against vacancies reserved for Border Districts (at a lower cut-off) List IV : Male Candidates qualified against All India vacancies (for NIA & SSF) 6. Keeping in view the tentative vacancies in each State/UTs, Commission has fixed the cut-off in the following manner for male candidates:- (i) 1:2.3 ratio (Vacancies to candidates) approximately, and

2 (ii) Minimum cut-off marks of 35 for UR/Ex.S and 33 for OBC/SC/ST List I: Male Candidates qualified against State-wise vacancies State Code STATE/UTs CUT-OFF UR OBC SC ST Ex.S 1 Andaman & Nicobar * * 35 2 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chandigarh * 35 7 Chhattisgarh Dadra and Nagar Haveli 35 * * Daman & Diu * * Delhi Goa * * Gujarat Haryana * Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Lakshadweep 62 * * * 35

3 20 Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Puducherry * Punjab * Rajasthan Sikkim * Tamil Nadu A Telangana Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Explaination: * = No Vacancy Accordingly, 91,138 male candidates qualified for Medical Examination against State-wise vacancies. State-wise and category-wise break-up of the qualifying candidates is as below: State NAME OF TENTATIVE VACANCIES

4 Code STATE CANDIDATE AVAILABLE SC ST OBC UR TOTAL SC ST OBC UR Ex.S TOTAL Andaman & Nicobar Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chandigarh Chhattisgarh Dadar & Nagar Haveli * Daman & Diu * Delhi Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Lakshadweep Madhya

5 21 Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Puducherry Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Telangana Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal TOTAL (*10% vacancies are reserved for Ex-serviceman category in each category which has not been shown separately) 7. List II: Additional candidates qualified against vacancies reserved for Militancy affected Districts In the following 8 States, the cut-off as in List-I will be applicable for List-II also :- 1. Jammu & Kashmir* 2. Manipur* 3. Meghalaya*

6 4. Mizoram* 5. Nagaland* 6. Arunachal Pradesh* 7. Assam* 8. Tripura* (*Entire State has been declared as Naxal/Militancy affected area for this purpose) All the Candidates qualified in List-I in the States in North-Eastern Region and J&K and domiciled in Naxal/Militancy affected areas in other States listed above, will be considered for vacancies reserved for Naxal/Militancy Affected Districts in these State/UTs also. For 9 States viz. Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, all the candidates domiciled in Naxal/Militancy affected Districts and qualified in List-I will be considered for vacancies reserved for Naxal/Militancy affected Districts too. However, for these 9 States, a list of additional candidates is being released at a lower cut-off vis-à-vis List-I for candidates domiciled in Naxal/Militancy affected Districts as below :- Naxal State Code States/Uts UR OBC SC ST Ex.S 2 Andhra Pradesh Bihar Chhattisgarh Jharkhand Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Odisha Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

7 Accordingly, 19,480 additional male candidates qualify for Medical Examination for Naxal/Militancy Affected Districts. State/UT wise and category-wise break-up of the qualifying candidates is as below: State Cod e Name of the State Tentative Vacancies only for Naxal/Militancy affected Districts* Additional Candidates available SC ST OBC UR TOTA L SC ST OBC UR Ex.S TOTAL 2 Andhra Pradesh Bihar Chhattisgarh Jharkhand Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Uttar Pradesh West Bengal TOTAL (*10% vacancies are reserved for Ex-serviceman category in each category which has not been shown separately) 8. List III : Additional candidates qualified against vacancies reserved for Border Districts :- In following 5 States, the cut-off as in List-I will be applicable for List-III also 1. Assam 2. Arunachal Pradesh 3. Mizoram 4. Meghalaya 5. Sikkim

8 All the Candidates qualified in List-I in the 5 States/UTs mentioned above and domiciled in the Border Districts will be considered for vacancies reserved for Border Districts in these State/UTs also. For 12 States viz. Bihar, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, J&K, Manipur, Nagaland, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal, all the candidates qualified in List-I and domiciled in Border Districts will be considered for vacancies reserved for Border Districts too. However for these 12 States, a lower cut-off was fixed vis-a-vis List-I for candidates domiciled in Border Districts wherever there were vacancies reported for Border Districts as given below :- Border State Code STATE/UTs CUT-OFF UR OBC SC ST Ex.S 5 Bihar Gujarat Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Manipur Nagaland 42 * * Punjab * Rajasthan Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Explanation : * = No vacancy Accordingly, 5,157 additional male candidates qualify for Medical Examination for Border Districts. State wise and category-wise break-up of the qualifying candidates is as below:

9 Stat e Cod e NAME OF STATE Tentative Vacancies only for Border Districts* Additional Candidates available SC ST OBC UR TOTAL SC ST OBC UR Ex.S TOTAL 5 Bihar Gujarat Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Punjab Rajasthan Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhan d West Bengal Manipur Nagaland Total (*10% vacancies are reserved for Ex-serviceman category in each category which has not been shown separately) 9. List IV: Candidates qualified against vacancies reserved for NIA and SSF SC ST OBC Ex.S UR TOTAL VACANCIES * CUT-OFF MARKS CANDIDATES AVAILABLE

10 (*10% vacancies are reserved for Ex-serviceman category in each category which has not been shown separately) Note 1: Candidates belonging to reserved categories meeting the cut-off fixed for UR category are shown in the respective category in the FOUR Lists. Note 2: Category, State Code, Naxal/militancy affected district Code, Border district Code and Gender has been taken from Unverified data sent by Regional offices of SSC. 10. To sum up, following male candidates are qualifying in each of the four Lists: List-I : 91,138 (State-wise) List-II : 19,480 (Additional for Naxal/Militancy affected Districts) List-III: 5,157 (Additional for Border Districts) List-IV: 1,233 (Candidates qualified for NIA & SSF) List-I has no candidate common with List-II and List-III. 11. The list is PROVISIONAL. The candidates whose roll numbers figure in the list would be called for Medical Examination subject to their fulfilling all the eligibility conditions/requirements as prescribed for the post in the Notice of Examination and also subject to thorough verification of their identity with reference to their photographs, signatures, handwriting, etc., on the application forms, admission certificates, etc. If on verification from the application form, it is found that any candidate does not fulfil any of the eligibility conditions, he will not be eligible to appear for the Medical Examination. The Commission may cause further verification of details in the OMR sheets of the candidates and also undertakes post examination/post, result analysis of OMR sheets to detect incidence of malpractices. Therefore, the result of the written examination are placed on the website, subject to such verification/analysis. 12. If any candidate does not belong to the Category/State Code/Naxal Code/Border Code etc. as shown in the result, he may submit his representation to the concerned Regional Office without making any reference to the SSC, Headquarters since the original application of the candidate is already with them. Cut-off fixed can be seen from the result write-up on the SSC website. In case of any mismatch of Category/Name/State Code/Naxal Code/Border Code, the candidate may not be included in the list. Therefore, it is in the interest of the candidates concerned to contact immediately the respective Regional Offices of the Commission in all such cases. 13. Candidates may note that as per Notice of the Examination, they were required to code/write their particulars correctly and append their signature/lti on the answer sheets. Such answer sheets which are without signature/lti and where particulars such as Name, Roll Number, Ticket Number and Test Form Number have been coded incorrectly, have not been evaluated. The OMR answer

11 sheets of those candidates found possessing mobiles phones and accessories and other electronic gadgets within the premises of examination centres, whether in use or in switch off mode, and on person or otherwise, have not been evaluated. 14. Some candidates did not exercise their Language option (Hindi/English) in the Part D of the OMR answer sheet as required under Para 9(v)(c) of Notice of the Examination. However, in relaxation of the above provision the Commission has decided to apply answer keys in both Hindi and English Language and lower of the two scores has been taken into consideration. 15. Medical Examination of the qualified candidates will be decided by the CAPFs and intimated to the candidates in due course. CAPFs will issue call letters and conduct DME/RME. 16. The result of the candidates qualified for medical examination is available on SSC s website : Marks of the all the qualified/non-qualified candidates will be declared shortly. Under Secretary(C-1/2) 14/03/2016