BSF Head Constable (RO & RM) Exam Result 2020

Dear candidates, you can now check your BSF Head Constable Result for Radio Operator and Radio Mechanic Recruitment 2019 exam. The exam was conducted to fill 1248 vacancies. The final results of qualified candidates for the Border Security Force head constable exam will be declared after a short time. The result is uploaded and can be a check on the official website.

You can visit the official website and search for the direct link that will take you to the result section. Those candidates who have appeared in the exam and want to check their result status can now check the BSF Head constable result 2020 by officials. If you want to know more about the BSF Results, you can read the article completely.

BSF Head Constable Exam Result 2020 – RO & RM Results Declared

On 14th May the officials have invited applications from eligible candidates to recruit 462 head constable (Radio Operator) and 786 head constable (Radio Mechanic) posts in the communication set up. The selection process to join the posts includes OMR based screening test, physical test, descriptive test, and medical test.

The descriptive test that is the third phase was conducted on 2nd February 2020 and now the result of BSF HC Radio Operator & Mechanic 2020 for the descriptive test is released. In this exam, a lot of candidates have appeared. On the basis of the cut-offs, the eligible candidates are selected and taken to the next phase of the exam.

The merit list of shortlisted candidates for the 4th phase of the exam that the medical exam will include the roll numbers of the candidates. Recently in September 2020, a medical exam has been conducted. And the final result date for the medical exam is set to be released in November Month.

Those candidates who are shortlisted and will be appearing for the next phase will get an email or SMS. You can now download the BSF Head Constable Result PDF from the official website and check the result status.

BSF HC Radio Operator & Radio Mechanic Result Details

Organization Name Border Security Force
Post Name Head Constable (Radio Operator & Radio Mechanic)
No. of Vacancies 1248 vacancies
Selection Process  Screening Test, PST/PET/Documentation, Descriptive Written Test & Final Medical Exam
OMR Screening Exam Date 22nd September 2019
Answer Key Status Released
OMR Screening Test Result Date  7th November 2020
Cut Off Marks
Physical Exam Date 2nd December 2019
Descriptive Test Date 2nd February 2020
Descriptive Exam Result Date 6th May 2020
Final Medical Exam Dates 14th September – 23rd September 2020
Final Medical Release Date November 2020
Official Website

BSF HC Merit List 2020

The border security force also uploads the BSF Head Constable Roll Number wise list of those candidates who are eligible for the direct entry & departmental Recruitment in a PDF file. Those candidates who see their roll number in the merit list, it means they are qualifies to go on for the next selection process.

And those candidates who don’t see their roll numbers in the merit lists have failed to get good scores in the exam. It means that only the best contestants will get a place in the posts.

BSF Head Constable Cut Off List 2020

Below you will see the cut off list for BSF HC Final exams. Have a look.

#Category Wise Cut Off

Categories  RO Cutoffs RM Cutoffs Minimum Qualifying Marks
Gen 85-95 90-100 76 marks (38%)
EWS 85-95 85-90 76 marks (38%)
OBC 80-90 80-85 76 marks (38%)
SC 70-80 75-80 66 marks (33%)
ST 68-78 66-71 66 marks (33%)

How to Check BSF Head Constable RO & RM Result 2020

Below you will get some simple instructions that will help you check your BSF HC result 2020.

  • First of all, you have to visit the official website of BSF.
  • On the home page, you have to see the Recruitment section and then you will need to tap on the result link.
  • Then you have to find out the link for the Final Result for Recruitment to the post of HC (RO) & (RM) in BSF Communication Setup 2020. Then tap on it.
  • You will see a list containing roll numbers of the selected candidates.
  • Then you have to look for your roll number in the merit list.
  • You can also download the selection list for future use.

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