Updated: Mar 5, 2021
To become a sub-inspector, candidates must apply for SI Examination first. This exam is conducted by the Staff Selection Commission.
|Good News, Staff Selection Commission has released the notification for SSC CPO 2019-20.|
|Posts||Sub-inspector in CAPF's, Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF, Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and other various sub-inspector(SI) posts|
|Exam Date||tentatively between 9th December and 13th December 2019.|
Here are the official exam dates for SSC CPO 2019-20 exam:
|SSC CPO 2019-20 released date||17th September 2019||Click Here|
|Online Application Last Date||16th October 2019||Click Here|
|Offline/Online fee payment last date||18th October 2019||Click Here|
|Release date of SSC CPO Tier-1 Admit Card||WIthin week of Exam Date i.e. 10-15 days before the exam||Click Here|
|Exam Date of SSC CPO Tier 1||Tentatively Onwards from 9th December to 13th December||Click Here|
|Exam Date of SSC CPO Tier 2||June 21, 2020||Click Here|
|Male Candidates (General & OBC Category)||100|
|Woman Candidatures and applicants belonging to SC, ST, and Ex-Serviceman||Exempted from Fees|
|Delhi Police Sub-Inspector (Both Male and Female)||From Rs. 35,400 onwards to Rs. 112400||Group C Non-Gazetted||6|
|CAPF Sub Inspector||From Rs. 35,400 onwards to Rs. 112400||Group B Non-Gazetted||6|
|CISF Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI)||From Rs. 29200 onwards to Rs. 92,300||Group C Non-Gazetted||6|
The written exam consists of 2 papers for 200 Marks (100 Marks each).
Physical Endurance Test qualified candidates to have to pass the written examination with at least 50% marks in each written paper (excluding Interview) and 55% marks in aggregate (including Interview).
The SC/ST candidates will be permissible for concession up to 5% marks as per Govt. of India instructions.
|Stage I|| SSC CPO Paper-1 |
|Stage II||PET/PST and medical test|
|Stage III||PET/PST and medical test|
* The exam will be an MCQ based test conducting in dual languages Hindi & English.
*There will be 1/4 of marks deduction for every wrong answer.
|Subject||Total Questions||Marks allocation|
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||50||50|
|Male (General Category)||170||80||85|
|Males belonging to following areas: Hilly regions & areas of J&K, North East & Sikkim||165||80||85|
|Male category in Scheduled Tribes||162.5||77||82|
|Female (General Category)||157||Nil||Nil|
|Females belonging to following areas: Hilly regions & areas of J&K, North East & Sikkim||155||Nil||Nil|
Female category in Scheduled Tribes
Finally, after the completion of all processes, the Commission will draw up an All India Merit List.
In the order of list as many candidates are found qualified, they are recommended for the appointment up to the number of vacancies.
The upper age limit as prescribed above will be relaxed only in the following cases:-
|Departmental candidates of Police||Relaxation in the upper age limit is admissible up to 40 years (43 years for OBC, 45 years for SCs/STs)|
| Ex-servicemen||3 years relaxation as well as the deduction of the military services from which age they started|
Jammu & Kashmir Resident from 1/1/1980 to 31/12/1989
Jammu & Kashmir Resident from 1/1/1980 to 31/12/1989 - OBC
Subject to the exceptions above, here is the prescribed age limit
|Minimum Age Limit||20 years|
|Maximum Age limit||25 years|