Staff Selection Commission (SSC) invited application for recruitment to the post of Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs and Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF examination. The candidates eligible for the post can apply through prescribed format before 28 April 2015.
The candidates who wish to apply should know about the selection procedure of the examination. The article consists of selection procedure that will help the appearing candidates to get an idea about how to prepare well for the examination.
After the written Examination and the Interview, the Commission will draw up an All India Merit List and, in that order, as many candidates as are found by the Commission to have qualified in the Examination shall be recommended for appointment upto the number of unreserved vacancies available taking into consideration their options for the posts included in the examination.
The Commission will recommend the candidates in the Merit List on the basis of the aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination and interview. As multiple options are available for various posts, allotment to posts will be on the basis of merit cum option. Therefore, candidates are advised tomake their preferences with care. Options once exercised shall be final.
Provided that SC, ST, and OBC candidates, who are selected on their own merit without relaxed standards, along with candidates belonging to other communities, will not be adjusted against the reserved share of vacancies. Such SC, ST, and OBC candidates will be accommodated against the general/unreserved vacancies as per their position in the overall Merit List. The reserved vacancies will be filled up separately from amongst the eligible SCs, STs, and OBCs candidates which will thus comprise of SC, ST, and OBC candidates who are lower in merit than the last general candidate on merit list of unreserved category but otherwise found suitable for appointment even by relaxed standard.
An Ex-Serviceman candidate who qualifies on the basis of relaxed standards viz. age limit, experience or qualifications, permitted number of chances in written examination, extended zone of consideration, etc. will be counted against reserved vacancies and not against general vacancies subject to fitness of such candidate for selection. Such candidates will also be recommended at the relaxed standards to the extent the number of vacancies reserved for them, to make up for the deficiency in the reserved quota, irrespective of their rank in the order of merit. Deduction from the age of Ex-Servicemen is permissible against the reserved or unreserved posts and such exemption cannot be termed as relaxed standards in regard to age.
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