SSC Constable GD Recruitment 2018 Examination Results to Be Declared on May 31 Online at ssc.nic.in
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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the result dates for various recruitment examinations which are conducted by the commission. SSC hosted the exam for the post of constables (GD) in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), National Investigation Agency (NIA) and Special Security Force (SSF) and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles from February 11 to March 11, 2019. According to the notice posted on the official website; ssc.nic.in, the exam results 2019 for the above recruitment examination 2018 will be announced on May 31. Those who have appeared in the exam shall note the result date and stay alert as SSC has not yet announced the time. ICAI CA Exams 2019 Rescheduled Due to Lok Sabha Elections. 

As per media reports, 52,20,335 candidates had registered for the SSC recruitment exam 2019 of which 30,41,284 appeared in the examination. Overall, 58.26 per cent of candidates appeared in the recruitment exam to fill 58,373 posts in various department of SSC. SSC conducted the GD constable recruitment exam in 54 shifts with three shift per day. There were 297 examination centres available in 125 cities. Those who surpass the written exam, will next appear in the Physical Efficiency Test (PET)/ Physical Standard Test (PST). Again, who all qualify the PET/ PST will be invited for Medical Examination (DME). Dates of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Likely to Affect Mumbai University Exams. 

All the SSC candidates should further note that the marks scored will be normalised as per the recently adopted method by the commission. The normalisation will be done based on the fundamental assumption that in all multi-shift examinations, the distribution of abilities of candidates is the same across all the shifts. This assumption is justified because the number of candidates appearing in multiple shifts in the exams conducted by the Commission is large and the procedure for allocation of examination shift to candidates is ‘random’.