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Group Planning Exercise In SSB

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Group Planning Exercise in SSB
Group Planning Exercise in SSB

Group Planning Exercise In SSB :

Group Planning Exercise in SSB held on the 3rd day of your stay in the SSB. It is the second group test after group discussion. Group Planning Exercise (GPE) is an indoor task.

In this task, a model is placed on the ground, which contains a set of problems.

The candidates are required to solve the problems one by one by using the given resources.

Sometimes it is also called Military Planning Exercise. Firstly, the candidate is required to write down his own solution for which he/she has allotted 10 minutes and then discuss within his group and come to a common group solution.

So, unlike the group discussion where no conclusion was to be reached, in this exercise the candidates have to reach a definite conclusion that is mutually agreed on group solution.

Objectives of Group Planning Exercise In SSB :

In group planning exercise, there is a series of tough situations where the candidate is putting himself and his team in various situations i.e. extracting work from his team by allocating them based on the priority of the problem.

Various qualities judged by GTO are as follow :

  • Observation and analytical skill
  • Organizing ability
  • Team spirit and cooperation
  • Self-confidence
  • Decision-making
  • Power of expression
  • Responsibility and social adaptability
  • Determination and courage

Procedure for Group Planning Exercise In SSB :

There are following procedures for Group Planning Exercise In SSB :

  1. The candidates will sit in a semi-circle in the sequence of their chest numbers.
  2. The GTO will narrate the model and rules.
  3. After the narration of the problem, GTO will ask the group for any doubt.
  4. GTO will also tell about the time and direction from which we are going. The directions are also marked on the map.
  5. Each candidate will be provided 5 minutes for self-reading of the written story; the candidate is required to read it quickly and place the story card by side.
  6. The candidate is given 10 minutes time to write down their own individual solution for the said problem under reference.
  7. The candidates will be given 20 minutes time to discuss the set of problems and arrive at a group solution i.e. proper solution to win over all situations.
  8. Group solution will be narrated by one candidate from the group before the GTO.

Steps to be Performed :

The following steps should be performed for better performance in group planning exercise in SSB :

Step 1 :

Candidate need to be very attentive because if you miss any place or misinterpret anything on the map, it will hamper your performance. So be attentive, listen to every minute detail meticulously and keep them in mind.

Step 2 :

In the next step, GTO is going to read the narrative to you. He will provide you written story of the problem.

In this test, you need to correlate the problem to the map and while listening pay attention to hidden resources, given resources, time constraints and the total number of problems and what all problems are.

So, at the end of this step, you must be able to know How many problems are there? What are the resources given and hidden?

Oat is the time constraints of each problem? what are other constraints like no communication Headlights are not working and so on?

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Step 3 :

In the 3rd step, GTO will give you 5 minutes for If you were listening and attentive in Step 2 then the time in your planning.

Your next step should be the following. Decide priorities of problems and have always a reason for giving the particular priority to a particular problem.

Always keep loss and time factor in mind while doing this… As a problem can be solved in more than one ways, start thinking for available solutions to each problem and decide which one to follow and how many persons you need to solve that problem.

Whatever solutions you follow, should have a reason for that. Most important thing is that whenever you have a choice between possibility and certainty, go for certainty. e.g. you are on a road with an injured person, you have two options one to take the lift and at a short distance, you have a petrol pump or garage.

Then it is certain that you will get a vehicle at the garage or pump, but you may or may not get the lift.

So, always select an option which is accessible to you and which ensures you the solution.

After you get a solution to each problem you have a clear idea about how many persons are needed in each problem. So, now you can decide how many sub-groups you will divide your team.

Do not divide the group before you find the solution, you can get wrong in the middle. So, do it at last.

Step 4 :

In this step, GTO will ask you to write your individual solution on a paper for this you will get 10 minutes. This copy will be evaluated so take this seriously. For writing always follow a particular way so that you don’t miss anything.

Write what resources you have in hand quickly and always mention hidden resources as it shows you are practical and can think other options too.

Now write, I will divide my group into sub-groups.

• Now attending each problem priority wise, write down solution attending these points for each.

Who, what, when, where, how, time distance and action.
Always mention distance according to scale given to you, you can go to the model or map and measure it with your hand so, that you can get a rough idea of distance and time needed to travel that distance using the particular mode of transport.

After you finish this, reassemble your group mates and move where you were going prior to the problems.

Step 5 :

Apart from the group discussion, one more thing will be tested and this is your decision-making ability and how you persuade others to your decision. Presence of mind and listening are the most important things.

If you think you have made a good plan then discuss the reasons behind your particular choice.

In your discussion, you should have a reason for the choice of every action. If you have strong reasons, then your group members will agree automatically, If you feel your point is not correct, then there is no harm in accepting the correct approach of others.


If your group nominates you to give a final plan, then do not hesitate and give it confidently.

This is a fact that the group will nominate you automatically if you were good and active throughout the discussion.
Other things are the same as in group discussion.

Strategy for Group Planning Exercise In SSB :


First and foremost, see the map and scale up the distance. For calculating the distance you can use your hand. e.g. if the scale says 10 cm 1km and my hand (the distance from the tip of the hand to the start of the wrist) is approximately 20 cm, so my hand is equal to 2 km on the map.

This technique will give you a clear vision of the distance in the map, which will also give you a better knowledge of the time required.

The second important thing is to locate your position using the direction mentioned in the map. If you get the opportunity to narrate the plan, use direction, distance, the time required and the right time to narrate the story.

  1. Always remember, when a GTO narrates a story, listen to it very carefully and count the number of problems. It will help you to remember the number of problems and set the priority accordingly.
  2. Prioritize your solution; help the person who needs it utmost. e.g. let’s suppose if you are alone and going to bring water from a village where you see a girl has fallen in the well. Then what would you do? You first help the girl using the rope and the bucket from the well. Do not run for the help because the case might be that the girl would drown in the meantime. Now when you have rescued her, it will show your awareness and spontaneity.
  3. Use the resources efficiently; it will increase your chance to stand out in your group. e.g. like if you are at a petrol pump, you can use petrol to make bombs. You can find some bottles and can make petrol bombs.
  4. Use the resources which are certain: like using a cart instead of asking a lift In this way, you can do your task till the time you will get the lift.
  5. If you are trapped, you can also use a knife, match-box, and fire for signaling.

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Group Planning Exercise Examples

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Group Planning Exercise in SSB
Group Planning Exercise in SSB

Group Planning Exercise Examples :

Group Planning Exercise in SSB held on the 3rd day of your stay in the SSB. It is the second group test after group discussion. Group Planning Exercise (GPE) is an indoor task. In this post, we are going to see some Group Planning Exercise Examples with solution.

In this task, a model is placed on the ground, which contains a set of problems.

The candidates are required to solve the problems one by one by using the given resources.

In this post, some Group Planning Exercises Examples with solution, are given which will help you to understand the basics of Group Planning Exercise.

Example 1 of Group Planning Exercise Examples :

You are a group of 8 students coming from Rampur and going to Rajpur to attend your college annual function, which will start at 4 pm.

Governor of the state will be the chief guest of the annual function.

On your way to Rajpur, around 2 pm your bus has an accident at Kharwar which is 10 km away from Rajpur and two persons becomes badly injured and they urgently need medical attention.

Your bus is badly damaged and in no condition to move forward. When you are planning what to do, suddenly some villagers come to you and told, that some terrorist are planning to attack on the convey of governor near Solapur which is 5 km from Kharwar.

Suddenly from another direction a villager come and told you that fishplate of nearby rail line is open, which is 1 km away from Kharwar.

Some additional information is available as follow :

Nearest police chowki is 5 km away from Kharwar.
Nearest hospital is 4 km from Kharwar.
Nearby village has a jeep and an motorcycle which is 1 km from Kharwar.
(As bold young men what action will you take)?

Solution :

First we have to identify the number of problems.

  1. To give first aid to the injured persons and help them to reach hospital.
  2. Inform to police about the attack on Governor.
  3. To connect the fishplate of rail line.
  4. Arrange a transport to reach Rajpur on time.

We will handle these situations in the following manner :

(i) Two of us will give first aid to the injured.

(ii) Three of us will go to village and borrow the jeep and motorcycle.

(iii) Two of us will go with the jeep and take injured person to hospital.

(iv) One of us will go to the police station by motorcycle and inform the Police about the terrorist attack. It will take about 30 minutes.

(v) Rest of us go to nearby rail line and connect the fish plate. It will take about an hour.

(vi) By the time jeep return after admitting injured into the hospital, rest of the group also return at Kharwar.

(vii) From the same jeep each of us will reach Rajpur, which is 10 km away, it will take almost 30 minutes.

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Example 2 of Group Planning Exercise Examples :

You are in a group of 10 students enjoying picnic at Ramnagar resort in Ramnagar forest.

On the last day of your stay, some people of nearby village come to you and asked for help because a group of dacoit had attacked their village which is 2 km from your resort.

Suddenly a student of your group fell from the balcony of the resort and got badly injured.

The chowkidar of the resort told you that nearby hospital is 5 km away and road lead to hospital is blocked because bridge over river Palani is broken.

River Palani flows through the forest which is 2 km from resort.

While, you are planning what to do, a local person come to you and informs you that due to land slide, rocks have fallen on the railway track and a train is likely to start from Sholapur railway station at 12 pm causing a likely threat which may result into a train accident and you also have to board the train at 2 pm from Ramnagar railway station.

Some additional information is available as follow :

  1. Two boats are available near river Palani.
  2. Weapons are available in the village.
  3. Resort has a motorcycle.
  4. Across the river, there is a village which has a jeep.

Solution :

There are four problems :

1.To give first aid to the injured person and help them to reach the hospital.

  1. To inform police about the attack of dacoits on the village.
  2. Go to the village for the immediate help of villagers.
  3. Clear the railway track.

We will handle these situations in the following manner :

(i) We are a group of 10 students. So, two of us give first aid to injured.

(ii) Two of us go with the injured person to take him hospital through the river.

(iii) Three of us go for clear the rail track with another boat.

(iv) One person with motorcycle will go to the police station to inform them about dacoit’s attack.

(v) Rest of us will go with the villagers to help them to tackle with dacoit.

(vi) All of us after completing their task will meet at temple village. From there, we will take the jeep and reach the railway station to board train.

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Group Obstacle Race In SSB

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Group Obstacle Race In SSB
Group Obstacle Race In SSB

Group Obstacle Race In SSB :

Group Obstacle Race In SSB is also known as the snake race. All candidates are divided into four groups of about 8 to 10 candidates.

In Group Obstacle Race, the group is made to race against another over a set of 6 obstacles. Whichever group first completes all the six obstacles, wins the race.

The group is also required to carry a snake which is actually a tent rolled into the shape of a huge snake (about 6 to 8 ft).

There are certain principles and rules which must be followed by the group as well as the candidates individually.

These rules will be explained to candidates by the GTO concerned before the task begins.

Whenever there is any violation of rules by the group or individual candidate, the whole group is penalized by the GTO of that group.

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Objective Of Group Obstacle Race In SSB :

Through this task, both physical and mental power of candidates is checked.

Following qualities are checked by the GTO Through Group Obstacle Race In SSB :

• Physical and mental toughness of each candidate

• Determination and courage

• Team spirit

• Attitude towards group members

• Self-confidence

• Cooperation

• Adaptability of the situation

• Sense of responsibility

• Ability to initiate

• Interest and enthusiasm in the task

Rules and Procedure Of Group Obstacle Race In SSB :

The basic rules for Group Obstacle Race In SSB are as follows :

  1. in any condition, the snake should not touch the ground.
  2. The snake should be held by at least 3 persons all the time.
  3. Between the obstacles; and; while starting and finishing; all the members of the group should hold the snake.
  4. Never touch the out of the bound region on the obstacle. Sometimes, these areas are of red color.
  5. The snake provided to the candidates is to be carried straight without bending or folding.
  6. The group always uses the same channel that has been assigned to them.
  7. The snake will follow the same path as the group members do.
  8. Unless the last candidate in the group has crossed a particular obstacle, the group is not allowed to move on to the next obstacle.
  9. You can cheer up your members and use war cry such as Jai Ho Jai Hind, etc for motivating them.
  10. Don’t shout at or abuse any member in your group.
  11. There are penalties for a rule violation.

Important Points to be Kept in Mind During Group Obstacle Race In SSB :

Following mentioned points should be kept in mind during Group Obstacle Race In SSB

• Listen to the GTO carefully when he is talking about the rules and procedure and follow all the instructions,

• It is a group task so the achievement of the team is more important than an individual. So think for the group instead of yours…

• Never try to show off your individual skill, your effort will always be noticed by the GTO.

• In case anyone from your group breaks the rule, then voluntarily you have to repeat the obstacle according to the rule.

• Always take a calculated risk. Don’t hesitate to take responsibility.

• Never go for the next obstacle unless the last candidate in the group has crossed a previous obstacle.

• Help the heavy members to cross the wall obstacle.

OBSTACLES IN Group Obstacle Race In SSB :

There are six obstacles to this task. Their illustration and details are following Obstacle No. 1 (Ramp and Jump)

• This obstacle is quite simple and easy to cross.

• You have to climb through a plank or ballies with snake and jump to the other side. This is about 4 ft in height.

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Final Group Task In SSB

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Final Group Task In SSB
Final Group Task In SSB

Final Group Task In SSB :

This is the final group task(FGT) in SSB. It is the last chance for the candidates to show up their qualities.

In fact, final group task can be a deciding factor in the case of certain marginal candidates who have not been able to put in their very best so far.

This test is same as the Progressive Group Task (PGT) and Half Group Task (HGT) but the difference is that in the previous two, you had to cross many obstacles but in this final test, you will have to cross only one.

For this task, you will again be brought back in the group of 8 to 10 candidates.

There is again an obstacle which is an area bounded by the parallel lines called the start line and finish line.

The ground between the two lines is out of binding for both man and material.

In this, out of the bound area, some structures are present and you have to use that to go from the start line to the finish line with all the men and supporting material.

Objectives of Final Group Task In SSB :

In the final group task, GTO confirms his findings of each candidate, so each candidate should try his best to show his qualities which he may not have been able to show earlier.

The main aim of the final group task is to neutralise the error, if any, and also remove the doubts of GTO about any of the candidates.

For that, GTO takes a final look at the candidates to make a fair and correct judgement of the capabilities of each candidate.

The personality traits which GTO looks for is the same as PGT and HGT.

GTO assesses the following qualities in the candidates through Final Group Task In SSB :

  • Team spirit
  • Planning and organising ability
  • Cooperation
  • Reasoning ability
  • Social adaptability
  • Physical and mental stamina
  • Confidence level
  • Leadership qualities
  • Power of expression

Rules and Procedures of Final Group Task In SSB :

The Final Group task is very much same as the PGT and HGT, so the rules and procedures are also the same like the other group tasks, therefore the GTO will tell you the instructions in brief.

Following are the rules which candidates have to follow :

GTO will explain the procedures and requirements of the test to the candidates.

GTO will tell them that supporting materials like plank, rope, balli will assist the candidates in the solutions of the problem.

In the Final Group Task, only one obstacle is to be tackled for which generally 15 to 20 minutes are allotted.

Candidates have to carry a load like a sandbag or an empty drum from the start line to the finish line with the help of supporting materials like plank, rope and balli.

Various structures available in the out of bounds area are bench-shaped structures, goal post, raised platforms, cross-shaped structures, ‘T-shaped structures.

In the end, GTO will address the doubts you have but once the task started, you are not allowed to ask any question.

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Colour Rule In Final Group Task In SSB :

The area painted is red colour between the start line and the finish line is out of binding for both man and material.

Structures that are painted in white can be used by individuals as supporting materials.

There may be a blue/black colour also apart from red and white.

Structures painted in the blue/black colour can be utilised only by the candidates and not to be utilised to keep load or supporting material.

If a candidate touches any out of the bound area, he gets disqualified and requires to restart from the point where the rule was broken.

Rigidity Rule In Final Group Task In SSB :

No two rigid supporting materials can be tied together for making an extension. e.g. if you have a plank and a balli, you are not supposed to tie, them together to increase the length. However, you can keep one on the top of the other and use it.

Distance Rule In Final Group Task In SSB :

The candidates are allowed to jump distances up to a maximum of 4 ft in length or height, but distances exceeding 4 ft have to be crossed only with the help of supporting material.

Rule of Infinity The start line and the finish line should extend to infinity on either side.

PRINCIPLES FOR TACKLING OBSTACLES IN FINAL GROUP TASK IN SSB :

The given obstacle has at least 2-3 solutions. So, always look for the best possible solution.

To find the best solution, look at the structures as well as supporting material then only you will have an idea which route to take.

The planks can be used as a bridge or lever with the rope tied at one end and supported on a drum.

Use plank and balli as cantilever beam whenever required.
Tie the plank on the bench-shaped structure with the help of rope.
If required, the rope can be used to serve as a ladder.
Make a swing with the rope using the goal post.

Important Points to be Kept in Mind During Final Group Task In SSB :

This is the last group task, so put your best efforts and try to take lead in the task.

Start with sound planning and explain it to the group. Tell them how they are going to execute that.

Try to help especially weaker members of your group to carry the supporting material.

Be enthusiastic and encourage your team members.
Do not rely on your previous performances and must put whole-hearted efforts to leave an effective and lasting impression on the GTO.

If you are running out of time, remain cool and composed. Never shout or use harsh words against any of your team members,
Never look at the GTO while doing the tasks.

Never violate the rules because. it is the basic of GTO tasks and in case, you violate the rule, just repeat the task.

Be an active participant in the team by giving your full cooperation.
Be positive in your views i.e. take consideration about other members, ideas if it is better than yours.

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Command Task In SSB and How To Tackle It

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Command Task In SSB

Command Task In SSB :

Command Task In SSB is generally conducted on Day-4 of GTO and is very much similar to progressive group task and half group task.

The difference is that, in the command task in SSB, each candidate is given the opportunity to be a leader of a group and he is required to command his group in carrying out a given task.

Here, only one task has to be completed. Here, the candidate is the leader and he should choose 2 or 3 candidates from his group as his subordinates.

The purpose of the command task in SSB is to evaluate the commanding ability of the candidate.

In this task, the GTO explains the problem only to the commander and not to the other member of the group.

Objectives of Command Task In SSB :

The main aim of the command task in SSB is to assess the overall personality of the candidates, for which GTO looks for the following aspects in the candidates

• To evaluate the candidate’s ability as a leader and how he controls and command the group.

• Candidate’s ability to take quick decision.

• Candidate’s ability to find multiple solutions for the problem. Candidate’s ability to try new ideas and take initiatives.

• Candidate’s ability to influence the group and how well he knows his team member individually.

• To check if the candidate is capable of using the right person at right place as per the ability of his members.

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• To check if the candidate is capable of delivering his plans and thoughts to his subordinates in an effective way and the same as that of the GTO.

To check if the commander is able to encourage his men whenever required.

RULES AND PROCEDURE for Command Task In SSB :

Following are the rules that candidates have to follow :

• Every member of the group will be selected one by one by the GTO to act as a leader.

• When you will be selected as a leader, GTO will take you to the location where the task is to be carried out.

• GTO will clearly explain the task to you and in between, he will have some chatting with you just like an informal interview.

• You have to choose 3 members from the group who will help you in completing the task.

• You, as a leader, will explain the task to your subordinates and tell them what is the requirement and what is your plan to tackle the obstacle.

• Team members should not interfere with or give their own suggestions as the responsibility of doing the task is that of the leader.

• You will get 10 to 15 minutes to complete the task.

Colour Rule of Command Task in SSB :

Red color is out of bound. Structures that are painted white can be used by individuals as supporting materials.

There may be a central color also apart from red and white. Structures painted with the central color can be utilized only by the candidates and not to be utilized to keep load or helping material.

If a candidate touches any out of the bound area, he will be disqualified and requires to restart from the point where the rule was broken.

Rigidity Rule of Command Task In SSB :

This rule pertains to the rigid helping materials like planks, ballies.

No two rigid supporting materials can be tied together for making an extension. e.g. if you have a plank and a balli, you are not supposed to tie them together to increase the length.

However, you can keep one on the top of the other and use it.

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Distance Rule of Command Task In SSB :

In the obstacles, it will be seen, that neither you are touching the ground, nor the helping material should touch the ground.

You have to utilize the permanent structures on the ground and the helping materials to cross the obstacle.

The candidates are allowed to jump distances up to a maximum of 4 ft in length or height but distances exceeding 4 ft have to be crossed only with the help of supporting material.

Rule of Infinity of Command Task In SSB :

The start line and the finish line should extend to infinity on either side.

Important Points to be Kept in Mind During Command Task In SSB :
A leader should listen to the instructions of the GTO carefully.

Do observe your companions carefully during all the previous group task, so that you could select the correct person as your subordinates.

You should allot duties to each member according to their strength.
Try to avoid asking ideas from the subordinates. Since in this scenario, you are the leader.

Also, if you were in a position of subordinate don’t talk or give ideas to the commander unless the GTO tells you to do so.
Explain the requirement of the task to your group member very clearly, quickly and confidently.
Do not lecture your team members and neither shout nor use any harsh words for them.
If any of your subordinates breaks the rule, then you should repeat the task from starting.
After explaining the tasks, ask the team members about the doubt, if any…
As a leader, you have to supervise the working of the group. You must ensure that every member of the group participates in the task.
As a subordinate, you are also under observation. So, obey all the orders given by your leader.
As a subordinate, do not give suggestions to your leader and do not speak to the leader until he speaks to you.

• In some cases, if your plan is executed very quickly then the GTO may impose extra situations to you, just to check your ability to perform under stressful conditions.

• Always use chest number of your team member to communicate with them.

• After completion of the task, never forget to thank your team members.

So, Command Task In SSB plays a vital role to get a opportunities to become a leader.

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SSB Interview 2nd Day Procedure

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SSB Interview 2nd Day Procedure
SSB Interview 2nd Day Procedure

SSB Interview 2nd Day Procedure (Psychological Test) :

SSB Interview 2nd Day Procedure includes Psychological Test. There are many tests in this Process like TAT, WAT, SRT, SDT.

It is the second stage of the tests, as we already know that on the Day-1 and Stage-1, Intelligence test, PP & DT are conducted as a part of screening test. So, next level is psychological test.

MEANING AND NEED OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST :

Psychological test’ is the use of formal procedures employing reliable and valid instruments to measure intellectual, cognitive, emotional and behavioural functioning.

Psychological testing is employed to identify intelligence, personality style, interpersonal processes and adaptive skills.

Psychological test is conducted by a skilled professional usually a psychologist, he evaluates the candidate’s personality and capability and decides whether the candidate is suitable for the service.

The responses to the tests reveal the different attitude and personality traits of the candidate.

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Personality and its Importance in SSB Interviews :

Personality is said to be the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours of an individual in a given situation and time, which make him unique.

In psychological tests employed by SSB, the candidate is shown a stimuli and is asked to respond, during this process, candidate’s behavioural patterns, emotional intelligence and attitudes emerge out without obscurity.

For this purpose, following psychological tests are conducted namely

  • Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
  • Word Association Test (WAT)
  • Situation Reaction Test (SRT)
  • Self Description Test (SDT)
  1. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) :
    The Thematic Apperception Test, or TAT as it is often referred to, that involves showing respondents ambiguous pictures of people and asking them to come up with an explanation for what is happening in the scene.

The purpose of the test is to learn more about the respondents’ thoughts, concerns, and motives based on the stories they create to explain the vague and often provocative scenes depicted in the pictures.

  1. Word Association Test (WAT) :
    WAT is a test of personality and test of mental function in which the candidate is required to respond to the words shown, with the first thought that comes to his/her mind.

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It is a test of personality and mental function.

The words shown can be used in any form and tense.

A total of 60 words is shown for 15 seconds each in which candidate has to form a meaningful sentence from it.

It is recommended that a candidate attempts a minimum of 55 words. The test lasts for 15 minutes.

  1. Situation Reaction Test (SRT) :
    Certain situations of practical nature are created. A candidate is asked to give a solution to problems so created in two-three lives.

That also reveals the personality of a candidate. There are 60 situations and time allowed is just 30 minutes.

The situations are day to day life situations. One handles them completely and systematically, giving accounts of one’s logic.

Normally, the situation is given in the past tense, using third person, singular number and in a brief language.

The response should not be abrupt but a logical one. It is again positive in nature, not leaving any part of the situation un-handled.

  1. Self Description Test (SDT)
    Self-description test in SSB is one of the Psychology tests and it is used to test, how much you know about you and how people around you see you as a person.
    In other words, this is a test to bring your traits and qualities out from you and check what type of person you are.

So, It was the brief explanation of SSB Interview 2nd Day Procedure. I hope, you will have found this post useful.

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SSB Interview 1st Day Procedure

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SSB 1st day
SSB 1st day

SSB Interview 1st Day Procedure :

The 1st day of SSB is also known as SCREENING TESTING. SSB Interview 1st day procedure includes 2 stages as Intelligence Test and PPDT.

Intelligence Test :

It is called stage-I of SSB Interview 1st Day Procedure. Intelligence test (verbal and non-verbal) are similar to Intelligence Quotient (IO) test, normally conducted in any admission/entrance exam.

These tests include grammar, verbal analogies, synonyms, antonyms, meaning of words, idioms and structure of the language, critical reasoning, verbal deductions.

Non-verbal Intelligence test include a series of patterns and figures. You have to identify the pattern and choose the right option from the given answers.

Picture Perception and Description Test :

After the Intelligence test, candidates have to go through PP and DT (Picture Perception and Discussion Test).

In this test, candidates are shown a picture and asked to write a short story based on their perception of the picture.

Intelligence Test-Non-Verbal :

  • In a non-verbal intelligence test, a series of patterns and figures are provided. The candidate has to identify the relationship between figures and pick the correct alternative from the given choices.
  • You will usually find questions on the following
  • Analogy
  • Series
  • Classification
  • Completion of incomplete pattern
  • Spotting out the embedded figure
  • Cube and Dice
  • Intelligence Test- Verbal :
  • Verbal reasoning is the understanding and reasoning concept framed in words.
  • It most specifically refers to more complex thinking tasks, such as analysis, synthesis and evaluation of text.
  • It aims at evaluating ability to think logically and constructively.
  • In verbal intelligence test a series of question is provided, candidate has to understand the pattern and pick the correct answer.
  • The number of questions are generally 40-50 and time given to candidates to solve them, is 25-35 min.
  • There is no negative marking, so try to attempt all questions.
  • You will usually find questions on all of the following :
  • Spelling Test
  • Sentence Completion
  • Analogy
  • Verbal Deductions
  • Synonym and Antonym
  • Direction Sense Test
  • Classification
  • Series
  • Sitting Arrangement
  • Blood Relations
  • Logical Venn Diagram
  • Ranking

Picture Perception and Discussion Test (PP & DT) :

Picture Perception and Discussion Test in SSB Interviews are conducted on day-1 and it is the second objective of Stage-I tests.

As we know the first test is the intelligence test which involves Verbal and Non-verbal tests.

These tests are geared to know more about the personality of the candidate in various shades.

Let us keenly know and understand the ins and outs of the procedure involved in PP & DT.

Meaning of PP & DT :

PP and DT as we already know mean Picture Perception and Discussion Test. In other words, it is to see a picture, understand it, and describe it.

Thus, SSB shows a picture for 30 seconds and gives 1 minute to write down the details of the picture.

Depending on the picture, candidates are supposed to write a story of their own within a given time. This is the outline of the meaning of PP & DT.

PP & DT are screening tests that are almost an elimination test of the candidates. This is conducted to know the candidate’s imagination power and description ability in a limited time.

After the candidates are settled, the psychologist who is present there gives the instruction about PP & DT and tells what candidates should do exactly.
The picture is displayed on the screen, for 30 seconds.

The candidate gets 1 minute to note down the details of the picture and 4 minutes are given to write a story on the shown picture when the screen goes off.

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AFCAT 2 2020 Registration Started

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Entry, Branch, Course Number and Vacancies

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जुलाई 2021 में शुरू होने वाले कोर्स के लिए AFCAT 02/2020 के लिए खातों और लॉजिस्टिक्स शाखाओं के लिए कोई सेवन नहीं किया गया है।

AFCAT परीक्षा के लिए ऑनलाइन तैयारी कैसे करें

गंभीर रक्षा आकांक्षी हमारे पूर्ण AFCAT ऑनलाइन पाठ्यक्रम में शामिल हो सकते हैं, पाठ्यक्रम विशेष रूप से एएफसीएटी उम्मीदवारों के लिए बनाया गया है जो उन्हें AFCAT 2020 परीक्षा में बेहतर अंक प्राप्त करने में मदद करेगा।
हमारे एएफसीएटी 2020 ऑनलाइन पाठ्यक्रम में ऑनलाइन परीक्षा के लिए संख्यात्मक योग्यता, अंग्रेजी, जीके, रीजनिंग और सैन्य योग्यता के लिए विस्तृत पाठ्यक्रम शामिल है। इसमें बेहतर अभ्यास के लिए AFCAT मॉक टेस्ट भी शामिल हैं।

AFCAT EventsAFCAT 2 2020
AFCAT Notification Date15 June 2020
AFCAT Online Application Date15 June 2020
AFCAT Application Last date14 July 2020
AFCAT Admit Card dateAugust 2020
AFCAT Exam date19 Sep 2020 and 20 Sep 2020
AFCAT  Result date declarationOctober 2020

AFCAT 2 2020 Branch And Course Number

  • Flying – (210/24F/SSC/M & W)
  • Ground Duty Technical – 209/24T/PC/ M and 209/24T/ SSC/M & W
  • Ground Duty Non-Technical – 209/24G/ PC/M and 209/24G/ SSC/M & W

AFCAT 2 2020 Exam Age Limit

  • Flying

Age – Flying Branch. 20 to 24 years as on 01 July 2021 i.e. born between 02 July 1997 to 01 July 2001. (both dates inclusive). Upper age limit for candidates holding valid and current Commercial Pilot Licence issued by DGCA (India) is relaxable up to 26 years i.e. born between 02 July 1995 to 01 July 2001 (both dates inclusive).

Educational Qualification

–    A graduate candidate with minimum 60% marks and must have scored minimum 60%marks in Maths and Physics in 10+2 in 12th standard.

–    B.Tech/ B.E candidates who have scored minimum 60% marks and have scored 50% marks in maths and physics in 10+2 in 12th standard are also eligible for it.

  • Ground Duty Technical

Age – 20 to 26 years as on 01 July 2021 i.e. born between 02 July 1995 to 01 July 2001 (both dates inclusive).

Educational Qualification – The candidate must have B.Tech/ B.E degree in notified streams as mentioned in the official notification of the IAF with minimum 60% marks and have scored minimum 60% marks in Physics and Maths in 10+2 standard are eligible for technical entry.

  • Ground Duty Non-Technical

Age – 20 to 26 years as on 01 July 2021 i.e. born between 02 July 1995 to 01 July 2001 (both dates inclusive).

Meteorology: Post Graduate Degree in any Science stream/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Geography/ Computer Applications/ Environmental Science/ Applied Physics/ Oceanography/ Meteorology/ Agricultural Meteorology/ Ecology & Environment/ Geophysics/ Environmental Biology with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate of all papers put together (Provided Maths and Physics were studied at Graduation Level with a minimum of 55% marks in each).

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