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SSB Head Constable Syllabus 2022

About SSB Head Constable Recruitment,

Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) has recently announced about the recruitment of 115 posts of Head Constable (Ministerial), Many eligible candidates filled the application form for these posts. The application form submission process is conducted online. Online application submission starts from 23rd July 2021 and is conducted till 30th day of commencement of application. More details about the recruitment link is provided below in the table.

about the exam,

Candidates who apply online will be called for physical test. Exam dates will be notified soon. Candidates can check more details from the link given below.

Selection Process,

  • Physical Efficiency Test (PET)
  • Physical Standard Test (PST)
  • documentation
  • Written Test/Skill Test
  • Detailed Medical Examination (DME)

Physical Efficiency Test (PET)

All the candidates will have to undergo Physical Efficiency Test, which will be of qualifying nature and the candidate will have to qualify this program as follows:-

  • 3.2 km run in 14 minutes (Male)
  • 1.6 km run in 08.30 min (female)

Physical Standard Test (PST)

Candidates qualifying the Physical Efficiency Test will have to undergo the Physical Standard Test. Ex-servicemen are exempted from PST.


the minimum. Length in centimeters.

Chest in cm.

For all candidates except Scheduled Tribe candidates. Male 165 Minimum – 77 Minimum Extension – 5
female 155 Not Applicable
For Garhwali, Kumaoni, Gorkha, Dogra, Maratha candidates and candidates belonging to Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Assam, Meghalaya, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir. Male 162.5 Minimum – 77 Minimum Extension – 5
female 150 Not Applicable.
Scheduled Tribe candidates. Male 162.5 Minimum – 76 Minimum Extension – 5
female 150 Not Applicable


Candidates qualifying in the Physical Standard Test (PST) will have to go through the documentation wherein the candidates will have to produce all the original documents/certificates, details of which are given by the candidate in the application form. The candidate will be rejected. No appeal will be entertained by the SSB at a later stage on rejection in the documentation.

Written exam

Paper – I

The candidates who qualify in the document will appear in the written test i.e. Paper-I and either Paper-II (Technical written test) or Skill test as per details given below-

Exam Pattern:-

The written test will be of objective type multiple choice.
There will be two question papers carrying 100 questions each.
Question with focus on General Knowledge, Numerical Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, General English / General Hindi and General Reasoning.
time period will be 02:00 hours (120 minutes) for each paper.
The final merit list for the posts will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Paper-II (Technical Written Examination) only.

Comment: Paper-I will be qualifying in nature.

Qualifying Marks:

50% for unreserved and OBC including ex-servicemen
45% for SC and ST including ex-servicemen

Exam Syllabus :-

Paper – I

Common Sense : History, Geography and Socioeconomic Development of India. Knowledge of current events of national and international importance and such things of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspects as can be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. The paper will also include questions on Modern History of India (since 1857), Indian Culture, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Geography of India.

Numerical Ability: The test of Arithmetic and Numerical Ability will include Simplification, Decimal, Fraction, LCM, HCF, Ratio and Ratio, Percentage, Average, Profit and Loss, Discount, Simple and Compound Interest, Mensuration, Time and Work, Number System with Questions on Time . and distances, tables and graphs, etc.

General English and Hindi: Candidates’ ability to understand correct English, their basic comprehension and writing ability etc. will be tested. Questions will be asked from error recognition, filling in the blanks (using verbs, prepositions, articles etc.), vocabulary, spelling, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms, sentence completion, idiomatic use of phrases and words, etc.

General reasoning: It will include questions of both verbal and non-verbal type. Questions will be asked from Similarities, Similarities and Differences, Problem Solving, Relationships, Arithmetic Calculations and other Analytical Functions, Venn Diagrams, Relationship Concepts and Ability to See and Distinguish Patterns, etc.

Paper II

Paper-II (Descriptive Nature of 2 Hours Duration):

  • Paper-II will be a descriptive test.
  • The exam will consist of 01 Essay Writing (25 Marks), 01 Precise Writing (25 Marks), 01 Letter Writing (25 Marks) and 01 Comprehension (25 Marks).
  • The exam will be conducted to test the writing ability of the candidates.

Comment :-

  1. The candidates will have the option to answer the essay writing and letter writing in either English or Hindi. But the answer of precision and comprehension will have to be given in English language only.
  2. Scrutiny of Paper-II of only those candidates who obtain qualifying marks in Paper-I will be done.

Minimum qualifying marks For Paper-II:-

50% for unreserved and OBC including ex-servicemen
45% for SC and ST including Ex-Servicemen

Skill Test Criteria on Computer:-

Candidates qualifying Paper – I and Paper – II (Descriptive nature) will be called for skill test. The skill test will be of qualifying nature.

English typing with a minimum speed of 35 words per minute on computer; OR Hindi Typing with a minimum speed of 30 words per minute on Computer (35 words per minute in English or 30 words per minute in Hindi 10500 KDPH in English / 9000 KDPH in Hindi on Computer with an average of 5 key depressions for each word.

Comment: The final merit list for the posts of Assistant Sub-Inspector (Stenographer) and Head Constable (Ministerial) will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in Paper-I (Common Entrance Test) and Paper-II (Descriptive Nature).

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