SSC CPO 2017, Result Declared

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SSC CPO 2017

Hey Aspirants
Staff Selection Commission(SSC) declared result of CPO Exam(Paper I) 2017 for recruitment of Sub Inspectors in Delhi Police, CAPFs and Assistant Sub Inspectors in CISF on its official website.Commission will fill apx 2221 tentative vacancy through this. Examination were held online from 01 July 2017 to 07 July 2017. Now commission released a separate list of Male and Female candidates who are allowed to sit in Paper II/PET. Marks obtained by candidates will be upload on the commission’s website shortly, keep an eye on that too.

Cut Off

This time cut off of SSC CPO is higher than that of previous time.

Cut off for male candidates is 117.25 for General, 90.25 for SC, 90 for ST, 102 for OBC, and 43 for Ex-Servicemen.
And for female candidates the cut off for General is 112.5, for SC it is 84.75, ST cut off is 81, and for 97.75 for OBC.

A total of 46,864 male candidates have been able to clear Paper I. Out of those, there are 11,457 General, 7,383 SC, 3,605 ST, 21,284 OBC and 3,135 ex-servicemen. There are a total of 5,441 females who have qualified Paper I. Among them, there are 1,722 general, 932 SC, 376 ST, 2,411 OBC.

Click here to check cut off and further exam procedure.

Candidate who qualified in Paper I, have to appear in the physical endurance test/medical exam. After this candidate who clear PST/PET and found madically fit are allowed to appear in Paper II.

Paper II

The Paper II exam is scheduled to be held on 15th December 2017. PET/PST is likely to be scheduled in the month of September.

Paper II exam will be of 120 minutes and of 200 marks from English Language and comprehension. Questions in this paper will test candidate’s understanding and knowledge of English language and will be based on error recognition, filling in the blanks (using verbs, preposition, articles etc), vocabulary, spellings, grammar, sentence structure, synonyms, antonyms, sentence completion, phrases and idiomatic use of words, comprehension etc. Questions will be Objective type Multiple Choice. There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks as penalty for each wrong answer marked by candidate.