The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released an official notification, in which it is mentioned that the date for Physical Efficiency Test (PET) / Physical Standard Test (PST) is expected to schedule from 1st August 2019. According to the notification, it is also mentioned that those candidates who have found any discrepancy regarding their data/result can also submit all of their relevant grievances to the concerned Regional Officer of the Commission till 31st July 2019.
|SSC GD Constable Exam 2019||From 11th February 2019 to 11th March 2019|
|Scheduled date of the SSC Constable GD Physical Efficiency Test (PET) and Physical Standard Test (PST)||1st August 2019|
|Last date for submitting grievances to the concerned Regional Office of the Commission||31st July 2019|
Criteria for the PET/PST Test
First of all, during the PET/PST Test, those candidates who are found to be eligible for height parameters will have to undergo a PET (race). Candidates who will qualify the height test will be subjected to a 5 km race for males 1.6 km race for females which is required to be completed within 24 minutes and 8:30 minutes, respectively.
The PET will be followed by a biometric or technology-aided identification. After the candidate has qualified the PET Test, scrutiny of the eligibility of candidates will be carried out for any relaxation regarding age, height and chest measurement before the PST by CAPFs PET/ PST Boards.
Number of candidates shortlisted and other details regarding selection
Earlier, the SSC had declared the SSC Constable GD Computer Based Exam Result 2019 on 20th June 2019. Over 5 Lakh candidates have been shortlisted for the PET/PST round including 4,65,632 male candidates and 68,420 female candidates, this year.
The Commission has already released the cut-off details of male/female candidates that have qualified in the CBT. For the selection of PET/PST, the approximate ratio is 1:10. The admit card for the SSC GD PET/PST will be uploaded soon on the official website. Call letters to those candidates who have qualified for PET/PST are going to be issued by the Nodal CAPF.
The eligible candidates can download the Admit Card once it is released on the official website. The candidate will be selected finally based on the performance of the candidate in the Computer Based Exam, Physical Efficiency Test (PET), Physical Standard Test (PST) and also the Detailed Medical Examination (DME).