Service Selection Board SSB – Interview Procedure

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Programs five days:

Candidates are called “letters through calls” to appear within five days of SSB tests (Allahabad / Bhopal / Bangalore / Mysore / Varanasi / Dehradun).

4 categories tests SSB:

Screen test
Psychological test
Officers test group (GTO) test

1. Screening Test (first day)
The first stage of the selection system includes the following:
intelligence test (verbal and nonverbal tests).
perception and description of the test image (PDPT): Picture lights for 30 seconds. The candidate should be noted in general terms by the number seven basic parameters of characters namely, age, gender, mood, action related to past, present and future for each character in a minute. The time of writing history is four minutes.
Discussion of the photo – 30 Minutes: In this batch, a phase is divided into different groups. The group strength is about 15 applicants. Each candidate had his say individual story written for word. Later, in Part – II All applicants must come to discuss them and reach a consensus on the characters and theme of the story. Once all candidates have undergone this stage, the results of the first phase of tests are reported. Selected candidates are selected for the Phase – II test and the balance is asked to leave after a brief summary of general shortcomings.

Once the testing is over, the results are declared within an hour of the end of the test. Those who clear the test are required to be outdone in the next 4 days and the remaining people are dropped back into the station for the return trip.

2. Psychological Tests (second day)

These tests are in four parts, in terms of:

Thematic Apperception Test (TAT): a draft of 12 photos will be displayed for 30 seconds each. They are invited candidates to write a story about what led to the situation? What is happening and what would be the result? Each image is displayed for 30 seconds and is invited to write in 4 minutes. In the blank slide, you must think of an image of your choice and write a story about it.
Word association test (WAT): In this test, a series of 60 words shown to the candidates, one after another for 15 seconds each. It requires the candidate to score the first thought or idea from his mind.
position Reaction Test (SRT): This test consists of 60 life situations regarding daily activities routine. The situations are printed on a brochure and ask the candidate to write their reactions, complete sentences, how they feel, think and act in these situations.
the candidate will be asked to write five separate in each context in the opinion of their parents/guardians, friends, teachers / above paragraphs: Free Description test (SD).

3. Official Test Group (GTO) test (Day Three)

The following tests were carried out in this category:

Panel: Two issues of common interest (social issues and current events) are discussed. It is an informal and not a debate discussion. Each topic is given 20 minutes each. no definitive conclusion inferred is required.
Group planning exercise (sometimes known as an exercise in military planning): It consists of five stages namely the explanation of the model, reading the narrative by GTO, five minutes for self-reading of the candidates, 10 minutes for solutions individual written and 20 minutes to the discussion group. the story of the group and final conclusion of the solution is needed.
Progressive group tasks: The first task outside. A set of four obstacles that you gradually increase the difficulty level must be completed in 40 to 50 minutes. Structures, helping material and load are provided to the group.
Race Obstacle: In this task, the group launched against each other on a set of six obstacles with a snake-like a load to carry.
Tasks half of the group: It is similar to the task of the progressive group with material aid and obstacle freight transport. Group is divided into two sub-groups and assign the same obstacle in turn, so that when a group is working, the other has no right to see. The time allocated to each group is 15 minutes.
Chat: This is an individual task and the candidate is required to give a short interview with the band. Three minutes are allowed to prepare a theme of four data in the Talk Talk cards.

Agent Group Tests (GTO) test (Day Four)

individual barriers: A set of 10 obstacles is set to be addressed individually. The obstacles are numbered from 1 to 10 points each designating preforms. Each individual will be given three minutes.
Task Command: Each individual is appointed as commander of a task that is similar to the given obstacle progressive working group is 15 minutes.
Final Working Group: This task is similar to a progressive obstacle task group. Given the time to complete this task is 15 to 20 minutes.
4. Interview (Day 2-4): (held during the afternoon/evening on the 2nd / 3rd / 4th day)

Personal interview conducted by the interviewing officer (IO).

Note: A brief description of these tests will be covered later.

Council Meeting (Day Five)

It requires candidates to appear before the Commission examiners complete including the president, president Dy, all psychologists, all GTO and technical officer. After the meeting of the board is complete, the final result is declared within an hour and a half.

chose to stay behind for applicants medical examinations are required (takes about 3 to 5 days) at the military hospital in the neighborhood or in a different place and the remaining candidates are deposited at the station for the trip back.


Candidates appearing for the first time for a given type of input second round return rate class are paid from the place of residence to the place where they come to the interview.
Accommodation and Messing are free for the duration of your stay, while the test from SSB.
Air Force candidates are required to move to another for a medical examination on the date specified location.
candidates in the Air Force who had asked “Pilot Entry” should appear first in the “Pilot Aptitude Battery Test (TFAP). Those rejected P.A.B.T was not re-appear in the test selection jury service later.

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