SSB Constable Syllabus 2019 Exam Pattern- PET|PST|Written|Trade Test

Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) Constable posts exam will be conducted as per which they will be selected. There is a diversified selection criteria which will be followed by each candidate. The name of posts are-

  • Driver
  • Cook
  • Washerman
  • Barber
  • Safaiwala
  • Water Carrier

The selection of candidates will be done based on following criteria-

  • Physical Efficiency Test
  • Physical Standard Test
  • Documentation
  • Written Exam- 100 marks
  • Trade Test- 50 marks
  • Medical Exam

Individual selection methodology is defined below for each post and the candidates can refer them for their preparation.

Physical Efficiency Test (NA for Ex- Servicemen)

Gender Race Time
Males 4.8 Kms 24
Females 2.4 Kms 18

Physical Standard Test

Post Name Constable Driver Constable (Cook, Washerman, Barber, Safaiwala and Water Carrier)
Selection Criteria Height Chest Height (Men) Height (Women) Chest
Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Dogras, Marathas and people of Assam, HP, J&K 165 cms 78-83 cms 165 cms 155 cms 78-83 cms
Gorkhas and belonging to North eastern states 162.5 cms 77-82 cms
ST 162.5 cms 76- 81 cms 162.5 cms 150 cms 76-18 cms
ST of North eastern states 160 cms 76-81 cms
All Others 170 cms 80-85 cms 167.5 cms 157 cms 78-83 cms

Written Test

Exam Type Multiple Choice Questions Cut Off: General- 50% and SC/ ST/ OBC- 45%
Total Questions 100 (1 mark)
Total Time 2 Hours

SSB Constable Exam Syllabus: The topics for the exam are-

GK: The questions will be asked from- history, geography, political science, economy, culture, sports, railways, arts, important dates & events, current events of India & World, scientific aspects.

Numerical Ability: Number system, LCM & HCF, algebra, trigonometry, profit & loss, ratio & proportion, decimals, simplification, percentages, time & work, time & distance, graphs & charts,  binomial theorem, boats & streams, squares & cubes, simple & compound interest

English & Hindi: Grammar section (noun, verb, adjective, adverb, subject verb agreement, speech, narration, articles), fill in the blanks, vocabulary (meanings, synonyms, antonyms), comprehension passages followed by questions based on it.

General Reasoning: Both verbal & non- verbal reasoning parts- similarities & differences, coding & decoding, missing pattern, odd man series, analytical functions, venn diagrams, relationships, pattern matching, syllogistic reasoning, figure matching, statements & conclusions etc.

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