Staff Selection Commission, known as SSC, is a reputed organization under the central government that recruits eligible candidates to various Government departments of ministries through SSC CGL, SSC MTS, SSC CHSL, SSC JE and SSC CPO exams. It has main responsibility to make recruitment for group B non-gazetted both technical & non-technical & Group C non-technical. It conducts examinations and/or Computer Proficiency Test/ Skill Test, whenever required for recruitment to the posts within its purview. SSC Exams are considered as one of the top govt. exams with high level of competition.
Every year SSC announced few thousands of SSC CGL& SSC CHSL vacancies only but there are millions of students who take their chances for appearing in SSC exam. Only few thousands of them are able to clear tier 1 & number of candidates keep on decreasing into further stage of tier 2 & 3 exams. Most of the students’ performances are even below average mark. It happens mostly due to lack of preparedness.
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SSC Exam FAQs
Q: How many times are all SSC exams conducted in a year?
A: Each tier/paper of each SSC exam such as CGL, CHSL and JE is conducted once a year.
Q: What is the minimum age criteria to apply for SSC exams?
A: The minimum age criteria varies as per different exams. However, candidates should be aged minimum 18 years for exams like SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC JE and SSC GD. Also, candidates should be aged at least 20 years for exams like SSC CPO.
Q: From which subjects are questions usually asked in SSC exams?
A: Questions in SSC exams are usually asked from subjects such as General Knowledge, General Awareness, Mathematics, Languages, General Intelligence and Reasoning.
Q: Are there only objective-type questions in SSC exams?
A: There are usually both objective and subjective questions in SSC exams. However, some SSC exams might contain only objective-type multiple-choice questions (MCQs).
Q: Is there negative marking in SSC exams?
A: There is usually negative marking of 0.5 or 0.25 marks for objective questions asked in the exam. There is no negative marking for subjective questions. Also, some exams like SSC GD do not contain negative marking at all.
Q: Which are the most popular SSC exams?
A: While all the SSC exams are popular in their respective ways, the most popular ones among them include SSC CGL and SSC CHSL.
Q: Are SSC exams being postponed due to Coronavirus?
A: Yes, almost all the SSC exams have been postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Q: Are the new SSC exam dates out?
A: Yes, Staff Selection Commission has released exam dates for almost all the exams which were affected due to COVID-19. The exams are scheduled to start from October.
Q: What is the minimum educational qualification required for SSC exams?
A: The minimum educational qualification prescribed by Staff Selection Commission for most of its exams ranges from Class 10 to graduation. For instance, to appear for SSC MTS, candidates need to pass Class 10, for SSC CHSL candidates need to pass Class 12 and for SSC CGL candidates need to be graduates.
Q: What stages are included in SSC recruitment process?
A: SSC recruitment process typically includes filling up of the application form, downloading the admit card, appearing all the stages of the exam (Common Entrance Test, tier-II, tier-III.) and checking of result.