The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued important notice for the candidates of GD Constable Recruitment 2022. SSC has said that the interested candidates for GD constable recruitment should not wait till the last date (30 November) to apply. They should do it before the last date as during the last days, there is heavy traffic on the website which causes technical problems while applying.
The commission has also said that the last date of application will not be extended.
There are vacancies for 24,396 posts of constables. Of these, 21,579 posts of male constables and 2,626 posts of female constables. The interested and eligible candidates can apply online by visiting
There are 10,497 vacancies in BSF, 100 in CISF, 8,911 in CRPF, 1,284 in SSB, 1613 in ITBP, 1697 in AR and 103 in SSF. However, there is no vacancy in CRPF and NIA.
• Educational Qualification- 10th pass
• Age Limit -18 Years to 23 Years. The age will be counted from 1 January 2023. That is, only those candidates can apply who were not born before January 2, 2000 and not after January 1, 2005. ST and SC category will get five years relaxation in maximum age limit and OBC will get a three years relaxation.
•Height: Male Candidate – 170 cms.
Female candidates – 157 cms.
Chest – Male candidates – 80 cms.(Expanded – 85 cm)
Earlier, there used to be one and a half hour paper, now the paper will be of one hour. Now instead of 100, only 80 questions will be asked in the paper. Negative marking will be same as before but earlier where one-fourth mark was deducted for wrong answer, now only half mark will be deducted.
There will be a written test (computer based). Selected candidates will be called for Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Physical Measurement Test (PST). PET will be conducted by CAPF.
In the written test, questions related to General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Knowledge and General Awareness, Elementary Maths and English / Hindi will be asked. 20-20 questions will be asked from all the four sections. All the sections will be of 40-40 marks. The duration of the paper will be 60 minutes. Half mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.