SSC GD Constable Result 2017 – CT-GD Exam 2015 in CAPFs, NIA, SSA and Assam Riffles

SSC GD Constable Result 2017 – CT-GD Exam 2015 in CAPFs, NIA, SSA and Assam Riffles: Staff Selection Commission has declared revised result of 116 Male and 11 Female (Total 127) provisionally selected candidates of CT/GD Exam 2015 in CAPFs, NIA, SSA and Assam Riffles on 23/08/2017, which is available on SSC Website. On the basis of declared /publication of revised result by the Commission, force allocation of 116 male and 11 female provisionally selected candidates have been made by the Nodal agency i.e. CRPF to various CAPFs.

SSC GD Constable Result 2017

The details result of force allocation in respect of above MALE and FEMALE candidates are available in CRPF website http://www.crpf.nic.in, http://www.crpf.gov.in and http://www.crpfindia.co.in. The candidates are advised to check their force allocation and follow offer of appointment from concerned CAPFs.

How to Check SSC GD Constable Result 2017

The result of above 127 candidates is only revised result which was revised due to various reasons. As such, there is no effect on the actual cut off which has already been uploaded on CRPF website http://www.crpf.nic.in, http://www.crpf.gov.in and http://www.crpfindia.co.in on 06/02/2017. The cut off for force allocation and other terms and conditions of these 127 candidates which were uploaded on said CRPF website on 06/02/2017 will remain unchanged.

Important Link:
Click here for: Check Result for Male Candidates
Click here for: Check Result for FEMALE Candidates
Click here: Details official Notice

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