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SSC Delhi Police Constable Admit Card 2017

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Delhi Police Admit Card/Call Latter 2017 is released online. The candidates can download admit card / call letter of Delhi Police Constable recruitment 2017 by logging on official sites.  Click on Below Link for Call Letter of SSC Delhi Police Constable and Download.

Click here for SSC Delhi Police 2017  Call Letter

Stay tuned for more updates, Good Luck.

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SSC Exam Calendar 2017-18 Released – Check Details here

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SSC Exam Calendar 2017- 18

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released official notifications for SSC Exam Calendar 2017- 18. This calendar will help the candidates to get a knowledge of dates and schedule of the exams conducted by SSC throughout the year. The students who wish to have a career in SSC, this notification will help them get an idea of the exam dates, time, etc.

The Staff Selection Commission conducts examinations every year to recruit eligible candidates for different posts. Lakhs of candidates attempt the SSC examination every year to get into their dream jobs. Candidates who are eligible are recommended to apply for the jobs by following the SSC calendar.

When will the SSC exams of 2017 be conducted? Now, let us go through the dates (mostly tentative) of various exams in the year of 2017:

SSC Exam Calendar 2017- 18: List of SSC exams (Tentative dates)

Given below is the list of dates for SSC Exams this year:

Examination

Date of issue of notification

Application last date

Date of exam

Recruitment for MTS 2017

January 2017

February 2017

May 2017

SI-CAPF, ASI -CISF, SI-Delhi Police Exam 2017

28th January 2017

5th February 2017

15th-22nd May 2017

SSC CGL Examination –2017 (Tier-I)

11th March 2017

15th April 2017

19th June to 2nd July 2017

Junior Hindi Translator in Subordinate Office Examination-2017

29th April 2017

27th May 2017

30th July 2017

Steno Grade ‘C’ & ‘D’ Examination- 2017

17th June 2017

15th July 2017

27th August 2017

SSC CGL (Tier-II) Examination -2017

15th to 8th September 2017

Combined Higher Secondary (12th Level) Examination 2017

5th August 2017

4th September 2017

17th to 30th November 2017

Jr. Engineer (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical) Examination-2017

9th September 2017

9th October 2017

5th to 7th January 2018

MTS Non-Technical Examination-2017

October 2017

November 2017

January 2018

Recruitment for staff in Cabinet Secretariat

Will be announced later

Constable Recruitment  (Exe.) in Delhi Police

Will be announced shortly

SSC Department Exams Schedule 2017- 18

Here is the tentative dates’ list for the departmental exams of SSC. Let us have a look:

Examination

Date of notification issue

Last date

Date of exam

Clerks Grade (Multitasking Staff only) Exam 2017

21st January 2017

17th February 2017

2nd April 2017

Grade ‘C’ Steno. Departmental Competitive Exam 2017

15th April 2017

12th May 2017

2nd July 2017

UDC Departmental Competitive Exam 2017

2nd September 2017

29th September 2017

12th November 2017

SSC Exam Calendar 2017- 18: Steps to download SSC Calendar

  • Please visit the official web portal of SSC i.e. “www.sscnwr.org”
  • Find out the link for official notification section and click on it.
  • Download the “SSC Calendar”.
  • Take a printout of the downloaded copy for convenience.

Let us take a look at details of prominent SSC examinations conducted by Staff Selection Commission:

Click here for SSC Exam Calendar 2017 in PDF

SSC CGL: SSC CGL is one of the most prominent exams conducted by SSC. It is conducted on an annual basis every year to recruit eligible candidates for various non- technical posts of Group B and Group C. Some of the posts with a large number of vacancies are:

  • Assistant Grade
  • Auditors
  • Inspectors of Income Tax
  • Inspectors of Central Excise
  • Sub- Inspectors in Central Police etc.

SSC CHSL: The Staff Selection Commission conducts CHSL examination which is otherwise known as “Combined Higher Secondary Level”. This exam is conducted to recruit basically lower division clerks and data entry operators. The qualification (minimum) required to appear this exam is 10+2 examination and candidate must have passed it.

SSC Junior Engineer: This examination is conducted in order to recruit candidates for recruiting candidates in Group B (technical cadre). The recruitment is basically done for Central Water Commission, Department of Posts, Department of Central Public Works, Military Engineer etc.

SSC Stenographer: This examination is for recruiting candidates for Grades C and D. Stenographers are recruited in various central government offices via this examination. The candidates applying for this should have a minimum qualification of 10+ 2 and the candidate must be familiar with stenography skills.

SSC SI ASI: This examination is conducted to select candidates for ‘Organizations of Police’ like that of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Border Security Force (BSF), Delhi Police etc.

SSC Constable GD: Through this exam, recruitments are carried out in forces such as BSF, ITBP, Assam Rifles, CRPF, SSB, NIA etc. A candidate needs to clear physical efficiency test and then the eligibility test in order to sit for the written examination. The minimum eligibility is the candidate should be a matriculate.

SSC Translator: It is an open competitive examination conducted annually by SSC to recruit translators in various organizations of the government. A graduate or post graduate with Hindi or English is required for the post. However, for Hindi Pradhyapak in Central Hindi Training Institute, a handsome experience is compulsory.

Hope to see you soon. We will be back with some more updates. Till then, Happy Learning!

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SSC Constable (GD CAPFs 2015) Exam Result 2017: To be Declared today (30.01.2017)

SSC Constable (GD CAPFs 2015) Exam Result 2017
SSC Constable (GD CAPFs 2015) Exam Result 2017


Staff Selection Commission (SSC), the official government hiring agency would release the final results of Constable GD (CAPFs) Examination 2015 today (30.01.2017). The SSC Commission has notified this in the official website. The aspirants can go to the official website www.ssc.nic.in and check their SSC Constable (GD CAPFs 2015) Exam final results.

How to check SSC Constable GD (CAPFs) Exam 2015 Final Results:

Step 1: Go to Staff Selection Commission (SSC) home page
Step 2: Click on the results tab
Step 3: Chose CAPF option from the next window open
Step 4: Click on the "click here" on the right side SSS Constable GD (CAPFs) Exam 2015 Final Results link open there
Step 5: Check your Results
 

Candidates who are waiting for the final results of SSC Constable GD CAPFs Exam 2015 is advised to check the official website to update about the results

Stay tuned for SSC Constable (GD CAPFs 2015) Exam Result 2017 Updates  here.

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SSC SI / CPO (Tier-II 2015) Exam result 2017: To be declared tomorrow(31.01.2017)

SSC SI / CPO (Tier-II 2015) Exam result 2017

Staff Selection Commission will release the results for SSC SI CPO Tier II examinations 2015 tomorrow, January 31, 2017. The candidates who had appeared for the examinations in 2015 can check the results by logging on to the SSC official website, ssc.nic.in and Check Final Results as Notification given by commission.

Earlier, the commission conducted the examinations for the recruitment to various posts.

Steps to check the SSC SI/CPO (Tier-II Exam 2015) results:

In order to check the same, all the candidate need to follow the below mentioned steps:

  • Log on to the official website, ssc.nic.in
  • Click on relevant link
  • Enter your registration number and password in the space provided
  • Results will be displayed
  • Download, take print out of the same for future reference.


Selection process:

The candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the written test  of SSC SI/CPO Tier-II Exam 2015 (Paper I and Paper II), physical standard test, physical efficiency test and medical examination followed by an interview.


Stay tuned for SSC SI/CPO (Tier-II Exam 2015) results expected to declared Tomorrow: 31st January 2017.

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SSC (JE) JUNIOR ENGINEER Result 2015-16 Released - Check here

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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted an examination for recruitment to the post of (JE 2015) Junior Engineers (Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical, Quantity Surveying and Contract) Examination, 2015 – Paper-II (Conventional Type) Exam Was  held on 24.07.2016 (24th July 2016) at various centers of All over India. SSC has declared the JE 2015 exam results &  Notification is out for calling of candidates for document verification.

For more details of Exam results Check at following links:

JUNIOR ENGINEERS ( CIVIL) EXAM, 2015 Result- Click Here

JUNIOR ENGINEERS ( MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ) EXAM, 2015 Result-   Click Here

Click here to View the Official Notification.

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SSC CR Admit Card 2016

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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released notifications for SSC CR Admit Card 2016. In the SSC CGL examination which was conducted successfully in UP and Bihar on 30th December 2016 for paper I and paper II, the attendance on an average was 80. 79 percent. Due to technical breakdown, the SSC CGL examination was called off at three exam centres/ venues out of a total of 91 venues in the states of UP and Bihar. The further date of examination will be announced for those three exam centres shortly.

Exam Venue/ Exam Centre Sify Code City
Ambika Institute of Technology 211019B Allahabad
Sai Enterprises 211008C Allahabad
Digital Edusystem & Service Pvt. Ltd. 800006A Patna

Both the morning and evening sessions of SSC CGL exam of 30th December are involved in this examination.

To download the admit card if you are opted for a different centre other than UP and Bihar, you can refer to the links given in the table below:

State/UT Region/ Sub Region Web Portal Email
Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttarakhand North Region www.sscnr.net.in rdsscnr@gmail.com
Maharashtra, Gujrat,Goa Western Region www.sscwr.net rd@sscwr.org
Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh MP Sub -Region www.sscmpr.org dd@sscmpr.org
West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, A&N Island, Sikkim Eastern Region www.sscer.org contact@sscer.org
Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Mizoram North Eastern Region www.sscner.org.in sscner@gmail.com
Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamilnadu Southern Region www.sscsr.gov.in sscsr.tn@nic.in
Karnataka, Kerala KKR region www.ssckkr.kar.nic.in rdssckkr@nic.in
Haryana, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh North Western Sub -Region www.sscnwr.org dyrd@sscnwr.org Sunilranjan73@gmail.com
Uttar Pradesh & Bihar Central Region www.ssc-cr.org rdcrssc@gmail.com

Meanwhile if you have opted for a centre in UP or Bihar for SSC CGL exam, you can go to the link and download your admit card right away: Click Here

To check the official notification/ office notice, Click Here

We hope that this article is helpful. Stay tuned for latest job notifications. Till then, Stay tuned!

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SSC CHSL Hall Ticket 2017 and CHSL LDC DEO Admit Cards Released - Download now!

SSC CHSL Exam Admit Card

SSC CHSL has become one of those most awaited examinations of the year. The admit cards for SSC CHSL will be released on the corresponding regional wise official websites. We provide the information for regional- wise download of admit cards. Admit card is one of those necessary documents which a candidate has to carry with him/ her during the examination. If failed to do so, they will not be allowed to enter the examination hall. The candidates who will manage to register successfully will receive the admit card from the commission.

SSC CHSL 2016: Highlights

Information

Details about employment drive

Recruiting Organization

Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

Vacancies

LDC,& DEO, Postal Assistant and & Sorting Assistant

Date of Commencement of exam

7th January 2017 and 5th February 2017

Admit Card Status

Will be available soon

Exam Pattern

Objective (MCQ)

Time Duration

2 hours (120 Minutes)

Total Marks

200 marks

Selection Process (Further rounds)

skill test followed by a typing test

Official Website URL

www.ssc.nic.in

SSC CHSL Hall Ticket: Details

The competition in the year 2017 is expected to be of higher level. The SSC CHSL examination every time is a great success and is also expected to be the same this year. The number of applicants are expected to increase as compared to previous years. It will be a national level examination and the competition is expected to be tough. Accordingly, it will take time for SSC to finalize the application forms. As soon as the admit cards are released, candidates will be notified.

SSC CHSL Tier I Call Letter: Details

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is a prominent recruitment organization which conducts examinations on an annual basis. The examinations are targeted to recruit candidates for different ministries of Government of India. The candidates will be recruited based on their ranks and merits obtained by them. The SSC headquarters are located in the capital city i.e. New Delhi.

The commission is looking forward to issue the admit cards for SSC CHSL shortly. It is the one of the mandatory documents to be carried to the examination hall. If not carried, the candidate may not be allowed to appear the examination. The admit card acts as an identity proof of the candidate and also contains necessary details about the candidate. We suggest you to go through the admit card and instructions before you sit for the exam.

Links for downloading admit cards (Region wise)

Sl. No.

Regions

Status

1

(Eastern Region, Kolkata)&

Download here

2

(MP & Sub-Region, Raipur)

Download here

3

(North & Region, Delhi)

Download here

4

(Western Region, Mumbai)

Download here

5

(North Eastern Region, Guwahati)

Download here

6

(KKR Region, Bangalore)

Download here

7

(Southern & Region, Chennai)

Download here

8

(Central& Region, Allahabad)

Download here

9

(North & Western Sub-Region, Chandigarh)

Download here

Procedure to download the admit cards:

  • Please log in to the official website of SSC i.e. www.ssc.nic.in
  • Find the link of the SSC CHSL 2017 Admit card. When you get it, click on the link.
  • Fill in the required spaces with the relevant details wherever asked
  • Recheck the details before submitting. When done, click on the submit button.
  • You will be able to view the call letter on the screen.
  • Download it and get a hard copy with you. & Do carry the hard copy with you to the examination hall. Also keep the admit card with you for further reference and proceedings.

We hope that you are all prepared with your target to crack SSC CHSL this year. We are with you to help you in every instant. We will be back with more updates. Good luck!

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SSC CGL 2016 Exam Analysis: 11th September 2016

“Average people have wishes and hopes, confident people have goals and plans”- Joyee Brothers.

SSC CGL examination has successfully completed its last day and has thousands of hopes associated. It has come up with the best of responses among all other competitive examinations. The SSC CGL examination is held every year and is targeted to recruit candidates for different central civil posts.

All the candidates must be extremely curious to go through the analysis of the SSC CGL examination- last day. We bring you the complete analysis of the SSC CGL examination held on 11th September 2016.

Let us take a look at the pattern of SSC CGL examination:

SSC CGL Tier 1: Pattern

                                                 SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Pattern

Section

Number of questions

Maximum marks

Duration

1.General Intelligence and Reasoning

25

50

75 minutes

2.General Awareness

25

50

3. Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

4. English Comprehension

25

50

Total

100

200

Given below is the section- wise analysis of SSC CGL Tier 2016 held on 11th September 2016:

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 on 11th September: Shift 1

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

Overall level of the questions: Easy

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series/ Alphabet series

5- 8

Easy

Picture Diagram

2

Water image / Mirror image

1

Matrix

1

Paper Cutting

1

Analogy

2

Classification

3

Miscellaneous

4

Good attempt: 20- 22 questions out of 25 questions

General Awareness:

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

1. “Hindu for Growth” given by? 
2. Vice President tenure? 
3. Serena Williams equalled which record by winning 22 grandslams..?? 
4. Why western coast receive more rainfall than Eastern Ghats.?? 
5. 1st Individual Indian to win Olympic Gold.?? 
6. Universal Donor Blood group: – 

Good attempt: 12-15 questions out of 25 questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series

2

Easy-Moderate

Bar graph

5 (Gain production in different years)

Geometry

4

Trigonometry

3

Miscellaneous

Many

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

English Comprehension:

Overall level of the questions: Easy-Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Reading Comprehension (Based on type of ants)

5

Easy- Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

3-4

Idioms and Phrases

3

Spelling correction

1

Sentence Improvement

3

One word substitution

3

Error detection

3

Fill in the blanks (Gap fillers)

3

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

The overall level of the Shift 1 was easy. An attempt of 70 percent and above can be a good attempt.

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 on 11th September: Shift 2

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

               

Overall level of the questions: Easy

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series/ Alphabet series

5- 7

Easy

Picture Diagram

2

Water image / Mirror image

1

Matrix

1

Paper Cutting

1

Analogy

2

Classification

3

Miscellaneous

4

Good attempt: 20- 22 questions out of 25 questions

General Awareness:

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

1.Bronze is mixture of ?
2. Aagha khan cup related to?
3. Raman magsasy awardee?
4. First  governor to introduce english language
5. Which mountain range divides North india and south india?
6. Which biosphere reserve is not considered by world heritage?

Good attempt: 12-15 questions out of 25 questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series

2

Easy-Moderate

DI

5 (Based on pie chart)

Geometry

4

Trigonometry

3

Miscellaneous

Many

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

English Comprehension:

Overall level of the questions: Easy-Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Reading Comprehension

5

Easy- Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

3-4

Idioms and Phrases

3

Spelling correction

1

Sentence Improvement

3

One word substitution

3

Error detection

3

Fill in the blanks (Gap fillers)

3

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 on 11th September: Shift 3

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

               

Overall level of the questions: Easy

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series/ Alphabet series

5- 7

Easy

Picture Diagram

2

Water image / Mirror image

1

Matrix

1

Paper Cutting

1

Analogy

2

Classification

3

Miscellaneous

4

Good attempt: 20- 22 questions out of 25 questions

General Awareness:

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

1. Deepa karmkar came at which position? 
2. Mudra bank is for ?
3. Icc t20 world cup winner?
4. First Muslim president of Indian national congress?
5. Which state has boundaries along 3 sides of Bangladesh?
6. Air pollution is checked by ?

Good attempt: 12-15 questions out of 25 questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series

2

Easy-Moderate

DI

5 (Based on bar graph)

Geometry

4

Trigonometry

3

Miscellaneous

Many

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

English Comprehension:

Overall level of the questions: Easy-Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Reading Comprehension

5

Easy- Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

2

Idioms and Phrases

3

Spelling correction

1

Sentence Improvement

3

One word substitution

3

Error detection

3

Fill in the blanks (Gap fillers)

3

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

Stay connected for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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SSC CGL Exam Analysis: 8th September 2016 (Shifts 1, 2 and 3)

“Celebrate what you have accomplished, but raise the bar little higher each time you succeed”- Mia Hamm

8t sept ssc cgl exam analysis, review

When a tender kid of a year or more is offered with a gadget, he/ she looks at it with a never – ending curiosity to know what is it and analyses it from top to the bottom. This scene gives you an idea of analysis but an innocent one. Analysis is important in every step of a field and is a part of each and every person’s life. It involves a deep understanding of the influences of an event and its future aspects as well.

The SSC CGL examination is almost about to complete its series of examinations in a few days. A few more days and you will be done with the examination waiting for the results. We have noticed a rigorous demand for the analysis of the SSC CGL examination held on 8th September 2016 and keeping that in mind, we are here with the detailed analysis of the examination only for you:

But before we talk about the analysis, let us take a look at the pattern of SSC CGL examination:

SSC CGL Tier 1: Pattern

SSC CGL Tier 1 Exam Pattern

Section

Number of questions

Maximum marks

Duration

1.General Intelligence and Reasoning

25

50

75 minutes

2.General Awareness

25

50

3. Quantitative Aptitude

25

50

4. English Comprehension

25

50

Total

100

200

Now, let us take a look at the analysis (section- wise) of SSC CGL Tier 2016 held on 8th September 2016:

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 on 8th September: Shift 1

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

Overall level of the questions: Easy

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series/ Alphabet series

5- 8

Easy

Picture Diagram

2

Water image and Mirror image

2 each

Matrix

1

Paper Cutting

2

Analogy

1

Classification

3

Miscellaneous

4

Good attempt: 18- 20 questions out of 25 questions

General Awareness:

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

1. Best indicator of economic development-

2. Bill for constitutional amendment initiated in-

3. Ftii chairman-

4. Misson indradanush related to-

5. Color blindness is due to imbalance of-

6. Hardest coal type-

7. Directive principles of state policy adopted from which Constitution-

Good attempt: 17- 19 questions out of 25 questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series

2

Easy-Moderate

Pie Chart

5 (Based on study timing of different subjects)

Geometry

4

Trigonometry

3

Miscellaneous

many

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

English Comprehension:

Overall level of the questions: Easy-Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Reading Comprehension

5

Easy- Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

3-4

Idioms and Phrases

3

Spelling correction

1

Sentence Improvement

3

One word substitution

3

Error detection

3

Fill in the blanks (Gap fillers)

3

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

Overall good attempt:  70 percent and above can be a good attempt.

SSC CGL 2016 Tier 1 on 8th September: Shift 2

General Intelligence and Reasoning:

Overall level of the questions: Easy

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series/ Alphabet series

5- 8

Easy

Picture Diagram

2

Water image/ Mirror image

1

Matrix

1

Paper Cutting

1

Analogy

1

Classification

3

Miscellaneous

4

Good attempt: 20-22 questions out of 25 questions

General Awareness:

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

1. State not selected in golden quadrilateral-

2. Yogeshwar Dutt related to which sport-

3. Lemon contains-

4. Amartya sen got noble prize in which sector of economics- 

5. Chipko movement slogan created by-

Good attempt: 12- 15 questions out of 25 questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 

Overall level of the questions: Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Number Series

2

Easy-Moderate

Pie Chart

5 (About students of different subjects in different years)

Geometry

4

Trigonometry

3

Miscellaneous

many

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

English Comprehension:

Overall level of the questions: Easy-Moderate

Topics

Number of questions

Level

Reading Comprehension (Based on Antigen and Antibody)

5

Easy- Moderate

Antonyms and Synonyms

3-4

Idioms and Phrases

3

Spelling correction

1

Sentence Improvement

3

One word substitution

3

Error detection

3

Fill in the blanks (Gap fillers)

3

Good attempt in this section: 18-20 questions out of 25 questions

Overall good attempt:  70 percent and above can be a good attempt.

Stay connected for more updates on third shift of the examination which is to be held in the time slot 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm. Good luck!

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