SSC CHSL (Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level) is a national-level exam conducted by the Staff Selection Commission to recruit candidates for various posts such as Lower Divisional Clerk/ Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant, and Data Entry Operators in various government ministries and departments. Here is some general information about SSC CHSL recruitment:
1. Eligibility: The eligibility criteria for SSC CHSL recruitment are as follows:
– Candidates should be between 18 to 27 years of age. – Candidates should have passed 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized board or university.
2. Application Process: Interested candidates can apply for SSC CHSL recruitment online through the official website of SSC. The application fee is nominal, and candidates can pay the fee online through net banking, credit card, or debit card.
3. Selection Process: The selection process for SSC CHSL recruitment consists of three stages:
– Tier I: Computer-based Written Examination (Objective type) – Tier II: Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi (Pen and Paper mode) – Tier III: Skill Test/Typing Test
4. Admit Card: The admit card for the computer-based written examination is issued to eligible candidates on the official website. Candidates must download and take a printout of the admit card to appear for the examination.
5. Results: The results of the computer-based written examination and descriptive paper are generally declared on the official website, and candidates who clear the examination are called for the skill test/typing test. The final merit list is prepared based on the candidate’s performance in all three stages.
Additionally, it is important to note that the syllabus for the SSC CHSL exam includes topics such as English Language, General Intelligence, Quantitative Aptitude, and General Awareness. Candidates are advised to refer to the official notification for the detailed syllabus and exam pattern.
It is also important for candidates to note that there is a negative marking of 0.50 marks for each wrong answer in the Tier I examination. Therefore, candidates should attempt only those questions for which they are sure of the answer to avoid negative marking.
Furthermore, candidates who qualify in the Tier II examination are required to produce all original documents related to educational qualifications, age, category, etc. at the time of document verification. Candidates who fail to produce the original documents will not be considered for the final selection.