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Interview Tips~Routine/Schedule At Services Selection Board SSB5 days Schedule at SSB5 days Schedule at SSB

The programme of activities at the SSBs is for six days includingthe screening test (Stage I testing), which is held on the 2nd day. Thecandidates are received by the representative of the SSB at the railway stationand are accommodated in the SSB area only. Their boarding and lodging is freeduring their stay at the SSB. On the day of reporting, filling up of PIQ form(Refer chapter 22 on PIQ form), documentation and batch formation will be done.After the screening test which is held on the second day of the reporting,those who are rejected are dropped back at the railway station and theremaining are distributed into groups of eight to ten in each group for theirGTO tasks. However, the psychological tests for all the candidates are heldtogether.Chest numbers are also allotted to the candidates and all the candidatesare addressed only by their chest numbers which they are required to put on allthe times at the SSB. There is also a group photograph on the 1st day itselfand the candidates may order a copy of the same. They are also addressed by thePresident/Deputy President or any other officer designated. He generally coversthe routine at the SSB and DO’s and DON’Ts, so ensure that you follow the rulescarefully.

The details of their six days programme are as under:

Details of 6 days programme at SSB centerSchedule at SSB center

First day:

  1. Filling up of PIQ (Personal Information Questionnaire) form.
  2. Filling in the personal particulars in forms supplied bySSB.
  3. Grouping of candidates and allotment of chest numbers.

Second day: Screening Test or Stage I Testing.

  1. Intelligence Tests.
  2. PPDT (Picture Perception and Description Test).

Psychologist’s testsPsychologist’s tests

Third day: Psychologist’s tests.

  1. Story Writing Tests (TAT – Thematic Apperception Tests).
  2. Word Association Test (WAT).
  3. Situation Reaction Test (SRT).
  4. Self-Description Tests.

Fourth day: GTO Tasks and Interviews.

  1. Group Discussion.
  2. Military Planning.
  3. Progressive Group Tasks.
  4. Inter Group Obstacle Race or Snake Race.
  5. Half Group Task.
  6. Individual Obstacles.
  7. Interview of some candidates by President/DeputyPresident.

Fifth day: GTO Tasks and Interviews.

  1. Final Group Task.
  2. Lecturette.
  3. Command Task.
  4. Interview of the remaining candidates.

Note: If necessary, some candidates are interviewed in the evening.

Sixth day:

Final Board conference is held and the resultsare announced. Each candidate appears for a couple of minutes before the entireBoard assembled in the Conference room. Here he is asked a few generalquestions (for details refer chapter 28 of conference). Those who are selectedare asked to stay for 4 to 5 days for their medical examinations.

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