Staff selection commission (SSC) has invited application for various posts in 2016 for recruiting Delhi Police constables on temporary basis. The Online form is available from 10th September, 2016 and will close on 10th October,2016. www.Jagranjosh.com has come up with some important instructions, while candidate used to fill the Application form.
1.) Navigate to http://ssconline.nic.in.
In this window, you have to click on Apply Button to proceed for the further steps. After clicking on this button, following window will be redirected.
2.) This website contains this part, namely, Registration Part,Instructions to candidates, Apply Part.
3.) For New Candidate who has not registered before, can go through the first part under New Registration label, Click on the Register button. Following window will pop-up.
4.) In this pop-up, All five fields given below are mandatory to fill:-
a. Name: - In this Textbox, The Candidate is asked to enter his Full name as per his High School Marksheet.
b. Father’s Name: - Under this Textbox, Name of father as per the high school Marksheet is filled.
c. Date of Birth: - Date of Birth is filled as per the dd/mm/yyyy format, and it should match with the high school Mark sheet.
d. Gender: - There are two radio buttons for both sexes.
e. Enter Text: - In this Textbox, A candidate is required to fill the code appended in the right corner of this block. It is only for testing that form is handled by a human being, not by robot/ web browser’s preset data.
After filling all entries correctly, You can press on Enter Button, then again a pop-up on the top of Web Browser will show asking for the final confirmation.
If you found all entries as per your consent then you can click on OK Button. Following Window will pop- up.
5. Above form is comprised of three sections, namely, Personal Details Form, Basic Details Form, Contact Details Form. There is no need to fill the first section. In the second part, Following entries will be there.
a. Aadhar Card Number (Optional): - It is a 12 digit unique number which is treated as identity proof and address proof. It is not mandatory to fill.
b. Category: - There are four categories, namely, SC, ST, OBC and General.Be careful while selecting the radio buttons. Because you have to present the certificate before the SSC panel issued by the respective State Government. It is mandatory to fill.
c. Whether you belong to religious minority community? :- If you belong to other, then Hindu religion, then you are supposed to check on No Button otherwise check on yes Button.
d. Nationality: - It indicates to the nation in which you are born and hold the citizenship.It is Indian by default. If you belong to any other country, then select others. It is compulsory to fill.
e. If Person with disability: - If there is no physical disability, Check on No. otherwise, check on Yes button.There are following possibilities: -
i. Type of Disability: - If you are Visually handicapped(VH), Hearing handicapped (HH), Orthopaedically handicapped(OH), then choose the corresponding entries.ssss
ii. Percentage Disability: - there are two options, Choose as per the Physical conditions stated by a Physician.
iii. Certificate Number: - Enter the certificate number issued by the concerning authority.
iv. Certificate issue Date: - Enter the date mentioned in the certificate.
Besides this, In the third section, There are following entries.
a. Permanent address: - Under this text box, Full mailing address is to be filled. Commas and spaces are not allowed to type here.
b. State: - Select the your existed residing state out of the mentioned list.
c. Pincode :- It is 6 digit postal numbers.
d. STD: - it is a unique number given by the telephone exchange.
e. Phone Number: - In this text box, Landline number is entered.
f. Mobile Number: - It may contain any personal cell phone number.
g. Email-ID: - It contains a valid email-id.
h. Confirm Email-id: - Before proceeding to the next step, Fill the same Email-id as it is present in previous text box.
Enter Text: - In this Textbox, A candidate is required to fill the code appended in the right corner of this block. It is only for testing that form is handled by a human being, not by robot/ web browser’s preset data.
After filling filling all entries correctly, You can press on Enter Button, then again a pop-up on the top of Web Browser will show asking for the final confirmation.
If you found all entries as per your consent then you can click on the OK Button. Following Window will pop-up.
Note: - Don’t Forget to mention your mother’s name in the first section Personal Details Form.
6. As you proceed to this step, your Provisional Registration number and password are provided to you.
In this segment, scanned photograph and password have to be uploaded. This step is more problematic and time consuming as it asks for a certain size & image format for both images.Detail of sizes are as follows:-
Size of Scanned photograph= 4 KB to 20 KB
Size of Scanned Signature= 1 KB to 12 KB
Image Format must be .jpeg.
Scanned Images can be formatted by MS-paint Software.
Start -> Paint -> Home tab -> Resize
After resizing it, You can save it as .jpeg/.jpg file format under the Save as Dialog Box.
When upload photo and submit it, then following pop-up will appear.
When upload signature and submit it, then following pop-up will appear.
After Uploading the Photo and Signature, Click on Next Button. A pop-up will appear on the top of your web browser showing the phrase “Registration Completed”.
Hence, an Online form filling process will be terminated and you are redirected to the Main Page (http://ssconline.nic.in/dpconstable/).
7. After registration, with Provisional Registration number and password, you can login into the main profile to complete the Part-II. Login can be done, under the Apply Part of the Main Page. Under this Section you have to enter your provisional registration number and password obtained in Step 5.
After submitting the form, you will get the following form.
8. In this form, You have to fill the information that is essential for future verification at the time of Interview. Therefore, be attentive at the time of filling these text boxes and few of them are already filled/ system generated.
a. State/UT of code PEMT center & PEMT center code: - When you click on this dropdown text box, there are several states. Choose the examination center as per your convenience for PEMT test which very necessary to get appeared in the computer written test.
b. Name of computer based written examination center and code: - Corresponding to this label, there are three dropdown text boxes in which you are asked to fill three different exam cities in which you are supposed to attempt computer based exams.
c. Fee exemption claimed: - This field is generated/filled automatically as you have provided information previously and Fees is exempted only for SC/ST/ExS.
d. Religion: - There are five options namely, Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian and others. Choose option appropriately.
e. Category: - There are four categories General, SC,ST and OBC namely.fill it as per the resided category certificate obtained from the authority.
f. Whether Ex-Serviceman?:- If you had worked in any Government Department then You can check on Yes button. Otherwise, you can go with No radio button.
a. For Ex-serviceman – Length of Service (in Years) :- In this text box, you have to fill the served period in the particular organization.
b. Date of Discharge: - You are asked to fill the date at which you have left the your previous organization in the format of dd/mm/yyyy.
c. Whether Ex-Servicemen belongs to: There are two options and you have to go with the appropriate one i.e.-
i. If having served in special forces/ NSG (Special Action group, if having received QI (Qualified Instructors) grading in the commando course, officers from navy/ Air Force who have worked in specialized commando type units.
ii. For other Ex-Servicemen
g. Whether seeking age relaxation : - It is a mandatory field. If you are eligible for age relaxation check on Yes button. Otherwise, go with No button.
a. if yes, indicate code: - If you chose to select Yes, then select the particular out of the drop down list to which you want to claim age relaxation.
b. Age (as on 01.07.2016):- you’re not asked to fill this box. It is system generated age, which is calculated on the basis of date of birth filled by you.
h. Whether seeking relaxation in Height/Chest: - If so, then go with Yes Check box, otherwise go with No Check box. In case, if you go with the Yes button.
a. If yes, category under which relaxation sought: - check under which option you are seeking for relaxation. There are four categories namely, General, SC,St and OBC.
i. Aadhar Card Number (if available) : It is also system generated text area which is completed in Part-I registration.
j. Visible identification mark:- In this text box, fill the easily visible identification mark on your body.
k. Educational Qualification:- Under this text box, you are required to choose the name of degree earned by you. In case, if there is no degree listed on that.You can go with ‘others’ option. If So, then enter the proper educational qualification in the next text box.
Contact Details Form: - under this section, Contact details are retrieved with the following information.
l. Postal Address: - write the mailing address in the capital letters at which official communication can be performed time to time.
i. Village/City: - Fill the city in which the postal address actually exists.
ii. District: - Fill the name of district under which above village/City resides.
iii. State: - Fill it with the state in which mailing address is located.
iv. Pincode: - It is a 6 digit unique number allotted to the cities by the Indian post office.
m. Permanent Address: - All entries under this segment, is auto filled by system as you entered it previously.
n. Declaration: - it is comprised of the confirmatory sentences and responsibility of the information given by you. Check on the I Agree button.
o. Enter text: - Enter the system generated text in the text box for confirming that all details are filled by a human.
After filling up all the above said entries, there are three buttons namely, Partial Save, Final Submit & Close. You can choose any of them as per your choice and convenience. When you click on Final Submit Button, then following Dialog Box will popped up at the middle of the webpage.
After clicking on OK button. You will find the following screen on your system.
9. In this step, You have to fill the following entries.
- Fee payment mode: - If you want to submit fee online through Credit/Debit card, then you can go with Online Option and for Offline submission, check on Offline button.
After above stated entries, Click on Submit button. Then you are directed to the following Challan page for offline payment mode.
This is a downloadable Challan which can be submitted at any SBI branch on any working day.
Hence, your registration process is finally completed.
In case of online payment candidate will be redirected to Bank site with various payment option as follows.
During payment, due to network problem if candidate face any problem he/she has to wait for 48 working hours for the settlement of payment. After completion of payment procedure, candidate may take a print out of their filled application form by logging in Apply/ Print option on the default page.
10. After finalizing payment, you can print your application as well by following the steps just given below:-
a. Go and visit www.ssconline.nic.in webpage.
b. In this webpage, seach for Print Application Form which can be found in Apply Part. When you click on this link following window will appear.
c. Fill your Registration No. and password provided at the time of photo & signature uploading. After doing so, following webpage will appear which can not be altered.
4. Click on Print Application form, you can print this entry filled file on A4 size paper for further record.
All the Best!!!
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