Sashastra Seema Bal which is commonly known as SSB has completed the recruitment process for various every year. It is commonly known as SSB which working under Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt of India.
SSB will publish the recruitment notice for various posts such as Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI), Sub-Inspector (SI), Head Constable (HC), Constable or many other posts. The selection process for these posts is based on various factors that are given below.
SSB Selection Process
- Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
- Physical Standard Test (PST)
- Written Examination/ Assessment
- Detailed Medical Examination (DME)
The candidates who have applied for SSB will be invited for the Physical Efficiency Test (PET). After that the shortlisted candidates selected for Physical Standard Test and then Documentation and Written exam and after that Medical Exam. SSB Physical Test Date will declare by the selection
Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
All candidates will have to undergo Physical Efficiency Test, which will be qualifying in nature. The candidates have to complete the running of 3.2kms in given time.
|ASI||3.2 kms||14 Minutes|
Physical Standard Test (PST)
In SSB Physical Standard Test candidates’ height, chest and weight shall be measured. The height, chest and weight data for SSB selection is mention here.
|Candidates Details||Minimum Height||Chest|
|Candidates not belonging to below category||170 cms||80 cms|
|For Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas, Sikkimies candidates and candidates hailing from Leh and Ladakh, Kashmir Valley, North-Eastern State and the state of Himachal Pradesh.||165 cms||78 cms|
|Adivasis or Tribals including Mizos and Nagas||162.5 cms||76 cms|
* Expansion of 5 cms is necessary for all candidates.
The weight of the candidate should be proportionate to height and age as per detail is given below.
In Documentation, the candidates will have to produce all original documents/certificates.
The candidates who will qualify the above phases is selected for the written exam which is divided into two parts. The Part-1 consist 100 questions from General Knowledge, Numerical Ability, General English & Hindi, General Reasoning for 100 marks and part -2 will also consist 100 questions from the technical subject.
Qualifying marks for these exams-
- 50 % for General & Ex-Servicemen
- 45 % for SC/ST/OBC.
After these phases, the candidates will be invited for the medical test.
SSB Final Selection
The Final Selection for SSB will be based on merit list. The SSB merit list will be designed on the basis of marks in written exam. The candidates who score high in written exam will be selected for these posts.
The SSB Merit list will be effected by the following-
- The candidate who secures more marks in the Paper-I will be ranked higher.
- In the case where marks mentioned at above are also equal, the candidate senior in age will be
- In case, date of births are also the same; then the candidates will be given priority based on the
alphabets of their names (in dictionary pattern) i.e. A- first, B- second, C- third etc.