(Merit List) SSC: Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF and
Rifleman (GD) In Assam Rifles Examination - 2015
An open competitive written examination for recruitment to the posts of
Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam Rifles for the
year 2015 was held on 04 10-2015 and Re-examination was held on 22-11-2015 for
certain candidates who qualified in PET/PST at different centres across the
country. In the above Examination total 11,65,942 candidates (both male &
female) had actually appeared. The result of the Written Examination was
declared by the Commission on 14-03-2016 and 07-04-2016 declaring 1,44, 802
candidates (Male 1,29,617 and Female 15,185) qualified for undergoing the
Detailed Medical Examination.
2. On the basis of the Written Examination and the Detailed Medical
Examination, the Commission had declared the two merit lists of the finally
selected 51,678 male and 5,336 female candidates on 02-02-2017 for appointment
to the post of Constable (GD) in CAPFs, NIA & SSF and Rifleman (GD) in Assam
Rifles. These merit lists were prepared as per All India vacancies/ State wise
vacancies (with further reservation for candidates of Border Districts/ Naxal or
Militancy affected districts within the State). Force allocation in that regard
was done by the CRPF and it was published through its website by the CRPF on
3. It was, however, brought to the notice of the Commission that some
candidates belonging to the border & naxal areas could not fill their codes due
to some technical error and hence data of 251 candidates was sent again to CRPF
for conducting DME/RME.
4. The CRPF has sent the following data:-
(a) Medical result and verified data of additional 251 candidates, wherein
only 181 candidates have been found FIT.
(b) Data of 1122 candidates whose results are to be revised on account of
correction in their Category, State Code, Border/ Naxal code, Options, medical
result etc. Out of 1122 candidates 1120 candidates were found medically fit.
5. Out of above 1120+181 medically fit candidates, following number of
candidates have qualified:-
Male candidates- 486,
Female candidates- 23
6. The Tie cases have been resolved adopting the criteria
(a) The tie is resolved by the Commission by referring to the
total marks in the written examination, i.e., a candidate having more marks in
the written examination gets preference over the candidate(s) with less marks.
(b) If the tie still persists then the marks in Part A are
referred to, i.e., a candidate having more marks in Part A is given preference.
(c) If the tie still persists, the candidate older in age
(d) If the tie still persists, it is finally resolved by
referring to the alphabetical order of names, i.e., a candidate, whose name
begins with the alphabet which comes first in the alphabetical order, gets