SSC CPO answer key: Last date today to raise objections against answer key of SI paper 2 exam

SI Delhi Police Answer Key 2023: The Staff Selection Commission has released the SSC CPO Answer Key 2023 for Tier-II today, January 11, 2024. Candidates who appeared for the Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and Central Armed Police Forces Examination 2023 (Paper-II) can check the tentative answer key from the official website at

The SSC CPO Tier 2 Examination 2023 was conducted on January 08, 2024, at different centres all over the country. Today, the Commission released the tentative answer keys along with candidates' response sheet(s) on the official portal.

Candidates who are not satisfied with the provisional answer key may raise objections against the same, if any, from January 11 to 13, 2024 (4:00 PM)on payment of Rs. 100/- per question/answer challenged. It must be noted that the representations received after January 13 (4:00 PM) will not be entertained under any circumstances.

How to check SSC CPO Answer Key 2023?

Visit the official website at

On the home page of the website, you will have to go to the Latest News section and click on the answer key link.

You have to click on the link given in the PDF.

After this, on the new page you will have to enter roll number and password and submit.

As soon as the information is submitted, it will open on the answer screen from where you can download it and take a printout of it.

SSC CPO Answer Key 2024: Objections can be filed till January 13

Candidates can match their question answers with the answer key and response sheet. If the candidates are not satisfied with any answer given in the answer key, then they can raise objection on it till January 13, 2024. The window for objection on the answer key has been activated by SSC with the release of the answer key. To lodge objection on the answer key, candidates will also have to deposit a fee of Rs 100 per question.

The objections lodged on the answer key will be resolved by the team of analysts appointed by SSC. If the claim made by you is found to be correct then you will be awarded points for it. The result of the candidates will also be declared only after the objections are resolved. For your information, let us tell you that through this recruitment, appointments will be made on a total of 1876 vacant posts.

Selection Process

Minimum qualifying marks in Paper-I and Paper-II (without adding bonus marks applicable to NCC certificate holders) are as follows:

- UR: 30%

- OBC/EWS: 25%

- All other categories: 20%

The selection and assignment of positions or forces will depend on how well candidates perform in Paper-I and Paper-II, considering bonus marks for NCC certificates. The final decision will also take into account the candidates' preferences for specific positions or forces. Once a candidate is assigned their top preference based on merit, they won't be considered for any other options. It's crucial for candidates to carefully choose their preferences for Posts/Force.

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