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SSC Delhi Police constable exam 2017 answer key released

SSC Delhi Police constable exam 2017 answer key released
Written by Abhishek Rana

The answer key for the Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Delhi Police’s constable executive exam 2016 on Tuesday. The examination had been computer based and was meat for recruiting, both men and women constable executives. The exam was held at 5 and 8 December 2017, and various regions had been turned into examinations centers, where the candidates were supposed to go and give the paper. The candidates can now check their answers, if they want to, on the official site of the organization: ssc.nic.in. Candidates can now follow the simple steps, elaborated below, if they wish to download the answer keys of their examinations.

  1. The candidates will need to type the name of the site, ssc.nic.in in the search bar of google, which will the directly send them to the site in a second.
  2. Once the candidates reach the official site, they’ll see an option, “Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2016” answer key.
  3. The candidates will now be directed to a new page, where they will find few queries, and they’ll have to fill in their details like, city, registration number and date of birth.
  4. Once this is done, the candidates will then be directed to another page, which will contain their answer keys.
  5. The candidates can then download the answer key and keep it with themselves to check the answers.

The attendance for the SSC Delhi had been exceptional this time, with 93.17 percent of candidates appearing for the test this time. The examinations were done very strict environment, as cheating was not tolerated at all.

According to the site, “Representation in respect of the tentative answer keys, if any, may be submitted on line from 19 December 2017 (5.30 pm) to 22 December 2017 (5.30 pm) on payment of Rs 100 per question/answer challenged. Representations received after 5.30 pm on 22-12-2017 will not be entertained under any circumstances.”

About the author

Abhishek Rana

Since my early childhood, I’ve loved writing, watching movies and having an opinion. Now, I do it professionally. Always looking for new ways to challenge myself.

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