Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) is likely to declare the result of the Head Constable (Ministerial) written examination. Candidates appear for the Head Constable (Ministerial) examination, held on January 3, 2021, will be eligible to check their results online, at www.ssbrectt.gov.in.
According to the official notice, SSB has released the provisional answer key of the Head Constable (Ministerial) Paper 1 written examination. It has also invited challenges on the provisional key displayed at its website. "Candidates can raise their queries for the Written examination held on 3 January 2021 for the Head Constable (Ministerial)," an official statement reads.
Candidates who score more than the designed Cut-off marks for paper 1, will be declared eligible for paper 2. The exam qualified candidates will be further called for the Physical Test. Announcement of HC Ministerial paper 1 result to be published at its website, leading newspapers, and websites subject to the approval from the Shastra Seema Bal. Here is how the candidates will be able to check the SSB Head Constable Ministerial result-
Latest Update: SSB HC (Ministerial) results are expected to be declared soon. The candidates are expected to visit the website from time to time to check the latest announcements.
SSB will intimate regarding the shortlisted candidates' list for the Skill test/ Typing test. Intimation will be made available at the official site- (http://www.ssbrectt.gov.in/check_your_status.aspx).
How to check SSB Result for the post of Head Constable (Ministerial), after its availability:
1) Go to the website of the Sashastra Seema Bal or ssbrectt.gov.in
2) On the homepage, select the 'Results'
3) Enter Your Roll Number
4) Click on 'Submit / Reset'.
5) Result card/ score will display.
6) Download/Save that for future use.
It is expected that the display of the final HC Ministerial Answer key will pave the way forward to the declaration of Head Constable (Ministerial) exam result. After compiling the final Answer key, SSB can declare results or list of candidates qualify in the Paper 1 exam, the media report says.