SSC Delhi Police SI, CAPF 2019 paper 2 result announced
SSC SI in Delhi Police Result 2019 for Paper-II has been released by the Staff Selection Commission. Candidates who took the Paper-II written test can check their results on the SSC's official website, ssc.nic.in. All qualified candidates will be required to take a medical examination administered by the Commission.
Candidates who scored higher than the minimum qualifying marks for Paper-II, i.e. UR: 30% (60 marks), OBC/ EWS: 25% (50 marks), and all other categories: 20% (40 marks), were considered for short-listing for the Medical Examination.
The Commission has determined a uniform ratio of 1:3 (vacancy: applicants) for qualifying candidates in Paper-II for appearing in Medical Examination, wherever available, based on the number of provisional vacancies and the number of candidates who appeared in Paper-II, according to the notice.
In due course, the Commission will communicate the medical examination schedule with the candidates. Candidates are encouraged to check the websites of the Commission's Regional Offices for information on the issuance of Admission Certificates for Medical Examination. Candidates will also be able to find further information on the SSC's official website.
A total of 5108 candidates passed Paper 2 and are entitled to take the Medical Examination, according to the Commission's cut-off. There are 473 female candidates and 4635 male contenders.
All eligible candidates' names and roll numbers are listed on the merit list. Individual candidate scores will be posted on the SSC website in due time.
Visit the official website ssc.nic.in
Go to the ‘Result’ section – ‘CAPF’
Click on the result link against SI in Delhi Police, CAPFs and ASI in CISF Examination, 2019 (Paper-II)
The SSC merit list will appear on the screen
Download and check by locating roll number using Ctrl+F.
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