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  • 25-08-2013, 06:02 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: From where to get SSB Call Letter?

    sir ,i have qualified the nda 1 2013 written exam and am waiting for the ssb call letter.
    by which mean i will get my letter bcoz my previous email id was blocked ?
  • 29-04-2013, 10:18 PM
    good123

    Re: From where to get SSB Call Letter?


    \Hello Dude..........

    Heartly Congratulation Dude....

    You Don't have Worry about Admit Card of SSB.SSB call letters are Sent to your Permanent address.

    or you can also receive a mail to your mail-id which you have been filled in application from.

    you should see daily news and read news paper.

    You Concentrated on SSB Interview....

    Wish you best of luck dude........

  • 21-04-2013, 08:36 PM
    RSJ

    Re: From where to get SSB Call Letter?

    Friend, first of all, many many congratulation on being qualifying the written examination of NDA Examination. You don't have to worry about admit card for SSB. As admit card will be despatch to all qualified candidates by post well before the SSB Interview. In case of non-receipt of admit card, you can go for downloading the duplicate admit card from the official website of UPSC, that is, http://upsc.gov.in Now you should concentrate only on the preparation for SSB Interview. For this, you should read the newspaper daily. You should listen the news on TV daily.
  • 15-04-2013, 05:49 PM
    megh@

    Re: From where to get SSB Call Letter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello sir, i have cleared NDA-2 2012. But i does not have any way to find SSB call letter. My roll no. 130953. Please someone provide me a link where i can get SSB call letter.
    Dear Friend,
    The SSB Call Letters are sent to your permanent address which you have given during filling up your form.

    You will also receive a mail in your e-mail id provided during the submission of the form.

    Or you may have to download your call letter from the link that will be provide after the result will be announced.

    If you have not received the call letter then you should check out the Office of UPSC or the official website http://www.upsc.gov.in


  • 14-04-2013, 12:02 AM
    onesoftindiana

    Re: From where to get SSB Call Letter?

    You will receive the SSB call letter by post. Additionally you may refer to http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/ from time to time know the status of the call letter. Don't worry much about it. Concentrate on your SSB preparation. Read the Newspapers daily ( Editorial, Oped, Front Page, International ) and listen to some Good English News like Times NOW, NDTV and Practice Mock Interview session with your friends or elders in the family. Don't miss the wonderful opportunity. All the best. If you need any help ping me back here. I will be more than happy to assist you. Have a great day Young Man.
  • 13-04-2013, 03:47 PM
    mdjaveed

    Re: From where to get SSB Call Letter?

    Hi Friend,

    Firstly Congrats for you for qualifying in Written exam.
    After you qualify the Written test conducted by UPSC, there will be SSB test conducted by UPSC.
    If you qualify in this level then you will be called for Personal Interview.

    As NDA-2 2012 exam was conducted on 19/08/2012, the call letters will be downloaded in http://www.upsc.gov.in
    You can check your Mail also for Admit card.
    Mostly the admit card will be issued in UPSC website only. Now, there is no admit card option, you can check regularly, then you can download.

    All the Best..
  • 12-04-2013, 09:08 AM
    Unregistered

    From where to get SSB Call Letter?

    Hello sir, i have cleared NDA-2 2012. But i does not have any way to find SSB call letter. My roll no. 130953. Please someone provide me a link where i can get SSB call letter.

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