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FounderPankaj Singh Negi (CEO)
HeadquartersHyderabad, India
ServicesOnline Education and Media
Parent organization
SSBCrack Edu-Tech LLP

SSBCrack is a media and educational technology company based in Hyderabad, India. Started in 2011, it is a platform that covers news and updates related to Indian armed forces, also its sister platform SSBCrackExams offers online education to defence aspirants in India. SSBCrack educators consist of retired armed forces officers, defence aspirants and mentors who have teaching experience. It provides online coaching for various defence exams of India like CDS, NDA, AFCAT, Territorial Army, Services Selection Board(SSB), Group X and Group Y, SSC, PC, INET, Indian Navy, Airforce and Army. In 2015 SSBCrack published the book Let's Crack SSB Interview. It was sold over 100,000 copies in first year.[1]

Background  [edit]

SSBCrack first began as a blog on Google blogger in 2011 by Pankaj Singh Negi.[2] In 2014 the e-learning portal SSBCrackExam was launched to provide E-education to the Indian defence aspirants. In December 2017, SSBCrack has launched an Andriod game for defence aspirants [3] SSBCrack is also known for covering inspiring stories of the notable Indian armed forces officers and soldiers[4]


  1. "Let's Crack SSB Interview". GoodReads. Retrieved 2019-06-07.
  2. "Meet The Media Start-up Grooming The Future Warriors Of Our Country". POWAI INFO. Retrieved 2019-09-21.
  3. "The shadowy, booming business of 'patriotic' products". economictimes. Retrieved 2018-08-17.
  4. Poonia, Major [@MajorPoonia] (2019-09-23). "Euphoria in youth for Fitness Challenge started by Major Poonia of Special Forces" (Tweet). Retrieved 2019-09-23 – via Twitter.

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