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SSC CPO Exam Centres 2024 (Released) - Check Test Cities List Here

SSC CPO Exam Centres 2024 (Released) - Check Test Cities List Here

Edited By Meghana Mohana Krishnan | Updated on Jun 29, 2024 05:21 PM IST | #SSC CPO

Staff Selection Commission released the list of SSC CPO 2024 exam centres in the official notification. The SSC CPO exam centres pdf can be downloaded from Candidates attempting the SSC CPO Exam can find out more about exam centres in the material below. Candidates applying for the exam must pick their preferred SSC CPO exam Centres while filling out the application form.

SSC CPO Exam Centres 2024 (Released) - Check Test Cities List Here
SSC CPO Exam Centres 2024 (Released) - Check Test Cities List Here

Please note that SSC CPO exam centres 2024 are allotted on a first come first serve basis, so candidates applying are encouraged to fill out the application form at the earliest. The exact details of one’s chosen exam centre can be found on the SSC CPO admit card 2024. Please note that the SSC does not entertain any requests to change candidates’ SSC CPO exam centres 2024 once the application form is submitted.

SSC CPO Exam Centres 2024 List (Region and Centres)

Candidates who are appearing in the SSC CPO exam can check the previous year's exam centre list from the table below.

SSC CPO Exam Centres List

Examination Centres & Centre Code

SSC Region and States/UTs under the jurisdiction of the Region

Agra (3001), Prayagraj (3003), Bareilly (3005), Gorakhpur (3007), Jhansi (3008), Kanpur (3009), Lucknow (3010), Meerut (3011), Varanasi (3013), Sitapur(3019), Bhagalpur (3201), Gaya (3203), Muzzaffarpur (3205), Patna (3206), Purnea (3209)

Central Region(CR)/ Bihar and Uttar Pradesh

Port Blair(4802), Ranchi (4205), Bhubaneshwar (4604), Kolkata (4410).

Eastern Region (ER)/ Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Jharkhand, Odisha, Sikkim and West Bengal

Bengaluru (9001), Belagavi (9002), Hubballi (9011), Kalaburagi (Gulbarga)(9005), Mangaluru (9008), Mysuru (9009), Shivamogga (9010), Udupi (9012), Thiruvananthapuram (9211), Kollam (9210), Kottayam (9205), Kozhikode (9206) Thrissur (9212), Kavaratti(9401)

Karnataka, Kerala Region (KKR)/ Lakshadweep, Karnataka and Kerala

Delhi NCR (2201), Ajmer (2401), Bikaner(2404), Jaipur (2405), Jodhpur (2406), Udaipur(2409), Sikar (2411), Dehradun (2002), Haldwani (2003), Roorkee (2006).

Northern Region (NR)/ Delhi, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand

Itanagar (5001), Dibrugarh (5102), Guwahati (Dispur) (5105), Jorhat (5107), Silchar (5111), Kohima (5302), Shillong (5401), Imphal (5501), Agartala (5601), Aizwal (5701)

North Eastern Region (NER)/ Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura.

Guntur (8001), Kurnool (8003), Rajahmundry (8004), Tirupati (8006), Visakhapatnam (8007), Vijayawada (8008), Kakinada (8009), Nellore (8010), Chirala (8011), Vizianagaram (8012), Chennai (8201), Coimbatore (8202), Madurai (8204), Salem (8205), Tiruchirapalli (8206), Tirunelveli (8207), Vellore (8208), Puducherry (8401), Hyderabad (8601), Warangal (8603), Karimnagar (8604)

Southern Region (SR)/ Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and Telangana.

Ahmedabad (7001), Vadodara (7002), Rajkot (7006), Surat (7007), Mumbai (7204), Pune (7208), Amravati (7201) Nagpur (7205), Aurangabad (7202), Kolhapur (7203), Panaji (7801).

Western Region(WR)/ Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra

Bhopal (6001), Gwalior (6005), Indore (6006), Jabalpur (6007), Satna (6014), Sagar (6015), Ujjain (6016), Bilaspur (6202), Raipur (6204), Durg-Bhilai (6205)

Madhya Pradesh Region (MPR) Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh

Jammu (1004), Leh (1005), Srinagar (1007), Samba (1010), Hamirpur (1202), Shimla (1203), Bathinda(1401), Jalandhar (1402), Amritsar (1404), Mohali (1406), Chandigarh (1601)

North Western Region (NWR)/ Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh and Punjab

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SSC CPO Exam Centres 2024 - Important Points

  • While filling out the application form of SSC CPO, candidates must enter three options for the exam centres in the order of priority within the same region.

  • SSC will not entertain any request for change of SSC CPO exam centre at the later on, so candidates are advised to select exam centres carefully.

  • SSC reserves the right to cancel any SSC CPO 2024 exam centre and ask candidates to appear on another one.

  • Candidates are encouraged to visit the exam centre of SSC CPO 2024 at least 2-3 days before the exam day to familiarise themselves with the location, route and traffic conditions on the way there so as to avoid unforeseen issues on the exam day.

  • Reach the SSC CPO exam centre 2024 at least 30-40 minutes before the reporting time to avoid the last-minute hustle.

Quick links: SSC CPO Sample Papers 2024

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SSC CPO Admit Card 2024

The SSC CPO 2024 admit card was released in online mode on June 18, 2024 in PDF format on the official regional website. Candidates can download the admit card using their login credentials - registration number, Date of Birth as password etc. The admit card contains all the important details related to the candidates like name, registration number, roll number, exam instructions as well as the SSC CPO exam centres 2024. Candidates must download the admit card and carry it to the exam centre along with a valid photo ID - Aadhar card, Voter ID, Driving License, Passport etc.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. Is SSC CPO easy?

The exam is of moderate to difficult level. Candidates can, however, qualify in the theory stages, but for practical stages, they need to have proper training prior to the exam.

2. Is the SSC CPO exam held every year?

Yes, the SSC CPO is conducted every year.

3. Which post is best in SSC CPO?

The SSC CPO exam is held for SI and ASI posts and both the posts are best as it comes under the central government.

4. Is there an interview in SSC CPO?

No, there is no interview stage in the SSC CPO exam and the stages for which the exam is conducted are -  Paper 1, PET/ PST, Paper 2, and Medical Examination.

5. Is the SSC CPO exam tough?

Not very much, but as compared to other SSC exams, the CPO is quite difficult to crack. There are two reasons for it - High competition and Multiple stages.

6. Can I crack SSC CPO in 3 months?

You can but only if you have prepared for the exam well and more than that you have trained for the physical exam at least one year in advance.

7. Where will I find the details of the SSC CPO exam centre?

Candidates can find the details of SSC CPO on the admit card of the candidates.

8. Can I change my SSC CPO centre?

No, there is no facility to change the SSC CPO exam centre at a later stage.

9. In how many cities will the SSC CPO exam be conducted?

The list of the cities where the SSC CPO is conducted is mentioned in the article above.

10. Where can I check the SSC CPO physical test centre?

The exact SSC CPO physical test centre is provided on the call letter.


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Questions related to SSC CPO

Have a question related to SSC CPO ?

Choosing basic math in class 10th will likely not affect your eligibility for most SSC exams, other state services exams, and UPSC as long as you meet the specific math requirement for the desired post.

Many SSC exams, like SSC CGL or CHSL, have a minimum educational qualification requirement that specifies a Bachelor's degree in any discipline. Math in 10th standard usually doesn't play a role in these exams.

Eligibility criteria for state services exams vary, but most focus on the educational qualification required for the specific post. Math from 10th might not be a factor.

UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) requires a Bachelor's degree. Math from 10th doesn't affect eligibility.

I hope it helps!

Hii There,

In this case, since you completed your graduation in 2022, you should mention the passing year as 2022 in your exam forms or SSC CPO application. The passing year refers to the year in which you completed your degree, not the year in which you cleared any backlog subjects.

I hope this answers your question.


Correct Answer: has been sold

Solution : The correct choice is the third option.

Explanation: The phrase "the land has been sold" is in the present perfect tense. In the context of the passage, this tense is suitable because it conveys a connection between a past action (the sale of the land) and the present state (the land being managed by somebody in an office). The present perfect tense indicates relevance to the current situation.

So, the complete sentence would be: "Neither of the farmhouses is attached to a farm these days; the land has been sold and is managed by somebody in an office somewhere who has little interest in the village."

Correct Answer: $123^{\circ}$

Solution :
E, F, G, and H form a cyclic quadrilateral.
$\angle {FGH}=57^{\circ}$
In a cyclic quadrilateral, the sum of opposite angles is 180$^\circ$.
So, $\angle {FGH} + \angle {HEF} = 180^\circ$
⇒ $57^{\circ} + \angle {HEF} = 180^\circ$
⇒ $\angle {HEF} = 180^\circ- 57^{\circ} = 123^\circ$
Hence, the correct answer is $123^\circ$.

Correct Answer: transpiration

Solution : The correct option is transpiration.

Plant wilting is generally caused by excessive transpiration. Transpiration is the mechanism by which plants remove water vapour through tiny pores called stomata in their leaves. When transpiration rates surpass the plant's ability to absorb water from the soil via its roots, turgidity (the hardness of plant cells) is lost, resulting in wilting, in which the leaves and stems become limp and droop.

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