SSC EXAMS IN INDIA (SSC INFORMATION)
SSC means “STAFF SELECTION COMMISSION” The commission organizes various examinations for the candidates. Those are looking to get a job in the government sector widely in the nation. SSC exams in India Staff Selection Commission has started conducting exams in 1975 for different posts.
Group B, and Group C. SSC exams provide various positions for various ministries departments and offices. The Staff Selection Commission is an organization that is run by a Chairman, Secretary-cum Controller of examinations, and two members.
The Head office of Staff Selection Commission is in New Delhi, and the zonal offices are in Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai, and Bangalore.
What are the various exams conducted by SSC?
- Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL)
- Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) 10+2 Examinations
- Multitasking (Non-Technical ) Staff Examination (MTS)
- IMD Scientific Assistant Exam
- Section Officer (Audit Commercial ) Examination
- Junior Inspector in CPOs Exam
- Stenographers Grade’ C’ and ‘D’ Examination
- Junior Engineer examination
- SSC Constables in CAPFs, NIA and SSF Examination
- Junior Translators / Junior Hindi Translators Examination
- SSC Direct Recruitment
- (FCI) Food Corporation of India Examinations
- (LDC) Lower Division Grade Limited Departmental Competitive Examinations
What are the various jobs that come under SSC?
There are various posts which are foremost in SSC exams and CGL exams along with these points:
- Assistant Section Officer
- Assistant Audit Officer
- Income Tax Inspector
- Assistant Enforcement Officer
- Central Excise Inspector
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What is the qualification for SSC exams in India?
SSC exams conduct various reviews for different posts, and a different SSC exam in India requires a different skill.
- CGL (COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL EXAMINATION) – CGL is the uppermost exam of SSC exams. The candidate who is applying for SSC CGL should not be less than 18 years and should not exceed more than 32 years. Each post varies age limit. SSC presents the age relaxation for all candidates who belongs to reserved categories. Aspirants must hold a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or institution and also requires other academic qualifications if any other post requires.
- CHSL (Combined Higher Secondary Level 10+2) – Minimum age to appear in the SSC CHSL exam is 18 years, and the maximum period is 27 years. Aspirants should have to pass in 12 standard or equivalent examinations from recognized university boards. SSC CHSL also provides an allowance for a physically disabled candidate, and compensation differs from post to post.
- MTS (Multi Tasking Staff ) – Candidates who want to appear in the MTS exam should have a minimum age of 18 years and must not exceed the age of 25. Some of the relaxations of age are provided for SC/ST, OBC and other reserved categories and physically disabled candidates. To appear in the MTS exam, a candidate should have passed matriculation or equivalent examination from a recognized board.
The candidate who wants to give these exams should follow some nationality rules. The rules are as follows:
- Candidate must belong to India, and he should be a citizen of India
- He must have taken birth in Indian land which has shifted to India from Burma, Uganda, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Malawi, Vietnam, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Zaire to establish themselves permanently in India
- He should be Subordinates of Nepal / Bhutan
How to get register for SSC exams?
You can do your registration by visiting the near online shops which fill these forms or else you can register yourself by following these steps –
- Step 1: Go to the official site of the Staff Selection Commission and fill the mandatory details and the required details in the registration form.
- Step 2: upload photo after scanning with the signature
- Step 3: Fill up the SSC Application form of related exam
- Step 4: The last step is to submit the Application fee of the SSC exam.
SSC procedure for selection:
Staff Selection Commission conducts reviews in India once a year. The process of selecting candidates is different for different analyses. SSC CGL covers four stages to get elected, SSC CHSL contains three steps to get selected, and the CPO selection process includes a physical and medical examination.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
- When SSC Exam Comission will load its Annual Examination Calendar?
Answer: Basically, SSC Commission uploads its Annual Calendar for its examinations which is going to held in next year in the month of September/October of the present year.
- Is it mandatory for the aspirants to sign up every time before the registration of SSC Examination?
Answer: No, in case of having registered after 20th July 2018, the candidate will use the equivalent “SSC Registration Password” and “Registration Number” to apply in several examinations organized by the SSC exams Commission.
- What is the method to get one time registration?
Answer: To get one-time registration, go to SSC’s official website ssc.nic.in, then click on the ‘Register Now’ option shown in the login section then carefully go through the instructions provided in the webpage.
NOTE: Before submitting, candidates are advised to read comprehensive advertisement/notification by the Private Jobs or Sarkari Naukri and confirm whether they are fulfilling their requisite educational qualification, age, etc. for the respective post.
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