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SSC CPO SI Admit Card 2021

The admit card for the second paper for the recruitment of CPO Sub Inspector has been issued by the Staff Selection Commission. Candidates selected in the first paper and PET round can download their admit card (SSC CPO SI 2021 Admit Card) by visiting the official website - ssc.nic.in. Let us inform that the second paper will be organized on 08 November 2021.


The application process for this vacancy released by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) started on 17 June 2020. In this, candidates were given time till 16 July 2020 to apply. The first paper for this vacancy was held from 23 to 25 November 2020, for which the admit card was issued on 12 November 2020. The result of the first paper released on 26 February 2021, while the additional result was released on 30 March 2021.


The PET was scheduled to be conducted on 12 July 2021. Its Paper-1 results (SSC CPO SI 2020 Result) were released on the official website on 28 September. Now the admit card of the second paper (SSC CPO SI 2020 Admit Card) has been issued.


SSC CPO SI Admit Card 2021 : How to download admit card ?

  • Visit the official website to download the admit card.
  • Go to the link on the home page of the website.
  • Click on the option now.
  • Enter your registration number and date of birth in it.
  • Now the admit card will appear on the screen.
  • Download it and take a printout for further use.


This exam was conducted for the recruitment of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and CAPFs. The result of written examination paper-1 for these posts was released on 26 February in which 2,239 female candidates and 25,962 male candidates passed. A total of 1564 sub-inspectors are to be recruited in this examination conducted by SSC.


There will be open recruitment of 1564 posts through this vacancy released by SSC. In this, 91 seats have been kept in the male category for Sub Inspector Delhi Police and 78 seats have been kept in the female category. In the same Sub Inspector GD in CAPF, 1040 seats have been kept for men and 32 seats for women.


Apart from this, there will be recruitment on 232 seats of Sub Inspector GD BSF men and 12 seats for women. Similarly, 7 seats of 36 women will be recruited for the post of Sub Inspector GD in ITBP. In CISF, 18 seats have been kept for men and 2 for women and in SSB, 16 seats have been kept for men in the post of sub-inspector, in which there is no seat available for women.