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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Recruitment Notification 2016-2017.

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Recruitment Notification 2016-2017
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Recruitment Notification 2016-2017. SSC Notifications For 4669 Constable Posts. Staff Selection Commission Has Published Notifications For Male And Female Constable Posts In Delhi. Delhi Police Recruitment 2017.

Name of the Post: 

  • Temporary Constables (Executive) – Male and Female in Delhi Police – 2016

Posts In Detail:

1. Constables (Executive) Male: 3115 Posts

a. Unreserved: 1557 Posts
b. OBC: 847 Posts
c. SC: 473 Posts
d. ST: 238 Posts

2. Constables (Executive) Female: 1554 Posts

a. Unreserved: 815 Posts
b. OBC: 443 Posts
c. SC: 250 Posts
d. ST: 46 Posts

Age Limit: 

  • Candidates age limit should be between 18 – 21 years for Constable (Exe) Male and 18 – 25 years for Constable (Exe) Female as on 01-07-2016. Relaxation of age will be applicable up to 05 years for SC/ ST candidates and 03 years for OBC candidates & other relaxation details refer the notification.

Educational Qualification:

  • Candidates should have 10+2 (Senior Secondary) pass from a recognized Board/ University.

Selection Process:

  • Candidates will be selected based on Physical Endurance and Measurement Test (PE&MT), Computer Based Written Examination, Detailed Medical Examination (DME) and Police Verification.

Application Fee:

  • Candidates should pay Rs. 100/- through online by using SBI Challan/ Net banking/ Credit and Debit Cards. Application fee will be exempted to SC, ST, Ex Serviceman and Women candidates.

Dates To Remember:

  • Starting Date to Apply Online:                   10-09-2016
  • Last Date to Apply Online:                         10-10-2016 by 05:00 p.m.
  • Last Date for Offline Challan Generation:  10-10-2016 by 05:00 p.m.
  • Last Date for Payment of Fee:                    13-10-2016
  • Date of Computer Based Written Exam:     04-03-2017

Get More Details:(SSC Notification PDF)

How To Apply

Apply Here