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SSC NR ADMIT CARD 2017 – DOWNLOAD NORTHERN REGION CALL LETTER HERE

SSC NR Admit Card 2017 – Download SSC North Region Admit Card 2017

SSC NR Admit Card 2017

Staff Selection Commission(SSC)  is divided into different regions. SSC North Region will cover all the recruitment exam notifications, updates for Delhi, Rajasthan & Uttarakhand regions.

The SSC north region admit card will be released on the official website of SSC NR. Candidates can check all the exam details and download the call letter for the various SSC exams from the SSC NR website.

Download SSC NR Admit Card 2017 Region wise

You can get following admit cards from SSC Northern Region website:

SSC CGL Admit Card  2017 for North Region

SSC conducts Combined Graduate Level – SSC CGL exam every year for recruitment to non-technical Group ‘B’ and Group ‘C’ non gazetted posts in various Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations of the Government of India. SSC releases NR Admit Card for Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III separately for all stages of exam.

How to download SSC CGL North Region Admit Card 2017

The admit card can be download by filling the roll number, registration number, D.O.B , password etc. from the SSC NR website.

SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017 for North Region

The Staff Selection Commission is a government organisation that yearly conducts CHSL examination. Therefore, this year SSC CHSL 2017 Recruitment has released to recruit candidates for various Ministries and Department of Government of India. The Combined Higher Level Secondary examination is one of the most important exams which is conducted for the recruitment of below posts:

  • Data Entry Operators(DEO)
  • Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants
  • Lower Divisional Clerks(LDC)

How to download SSC CHSL Admit Card 2017 for North Region

The admit card can be download by filling the roll number, registration number, D.O.B , password etc. From the SSC NR website.

SSC Junior Engineer(JE) Admit Card 2017 for North Region

SSC Junior Engineer Exam is national level test conducted by Staff Selection Commission for the recruitment of Junior Engineer for Civil, Mechanical and Electrical trade. The exam will consist of Paper 1 and 2.

SSC JHT Admit Card 2017  for North Region

SSC conducts JHT exam to recruit eligible candidates for Junior Hindi Translators (JHT), Junior Translators (JT), Senior Hindi Translators (SHT), and Hindi Pradhyapak (HP) Posts. SSC junior Hindi Translator exam selection process will be

  • Written test
    • Objective Paper I (100 marks)
    • Written Paper II (200 marks)
  • Interview

 How to download SSC JHT Admit Card 2017 for North Region

The admit card can be download by filling the roll number, registration number, D.O.B , password etc. from the SSC NR website.

 SSC CPO Admit Card  2017 for North Region

SSC CPO 2017 is being conducted to recruit candidates to the post of Sub Inspector in Delhi Police, Sub Inspector in CAPFs, Assistant Sub Inspector in CISF, Inspector posts and Sub Inspector Posts.Many candidates give SSC CPO exam in order to join the Police Department.  The exam will be held in Paper 1 and Paper 2.The post of Central Police is a very prestigious post and attracts millions of candidates every year. Recruitment is done to test a candidate’s efficiency in General Papers like Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language etc.

How to download SSC CPO Admit Card 2017 for North Region

The admit card can be download by filling the roll number, registration number, D.O.B , password etc. from the SSC NR website.

SSC Stenographer Admit Card 2017 for North Region

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) invites applications for filling up vacancies of Stenographer Grade C and Grade D through Stenographer Grade C & D Examination. The exam for recruitment of Stenographers will be held in September 2017 all over India. All 12th pass eligible candidates may apply Online for SSC Steno Grade C & D Jobs t

How to download SSC Stenographer Admit Card 2017 for North Region

The admit card can be download by filling the roll number, registration number, D.O.B , password etc. from the SSC NR website.

SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2017 for North Region

SSC GD Constable Exam is one of the most demanded recruitment drive for selecting candidates as Ground Duty Constable for BSF jobs, AR job, CISF job, CRPF jobs, ITBP jobs, CAPFs, NIA & SSF jobs and rifleman in Assam rifles. Huge number of candidates fill the applications .

  1. Physical Standards Test/Physical Endurance Test
  2. Written Examination

III.        Medical Examination/ RME/ DME

How to download SSC GD Constable Admit Card 2017 for North Region

The admit card can be download by filling the roll number, registration number, D.O.B , password etc. from the SSC NR website.

SSC Grade C Stenographer LDC Exam Admit Card 2017 for North Region

Staff Selection Commission orgainzes Limited Departmental Competitive(LDC) Examination for recruitment to vacancies in Lower Division Clerk in various Services / Departments for regularly appointed Group ‘C’ Staff in the Grade Pay of Rs. 1800/-. Applicants who have passed 12th Standard Examination can apply.

How to download SSC LDC  Admit Card 2017 for North Region

The admit card can be download by filling the roll number, registration number, D.O.B , password etc. from the SSC NR website

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC Northern Region(NR).

All the Best!

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HARYANA SSC VACANCY 2017

Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017- Get details of latest job vacancies in various departments of Haryana Staff Selection Commission

Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017

Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017– Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) has officially announced two recent advertisements for diverse posts under different departments. We bring you details of Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017 in this article which will help you in the Haryana SSC application process 2017. In this article, we will also bring you details of different departments which will help you further.  The details of the recent advertisements are follows-

Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017- Advertisement 8/2018

Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017- Total number of posts for advertisement 8

Total number of Posts: 508

  • Workshop Calculation & Science Instructor: 213
  • Engineering Drawing Instructor: 197
  • Store Keeper: 98

Haryana SSC Important Dates 2017 for advertisement 8

Events Dates
Online Application (starts from) 01.08.2017
Online Application Submission (closes on) 30.08.20l7 (by 11:59 PM)
Deposit of Fee (Closing Date) 01.09.2017 (by 11:59 PM) 


Click here for Haryana SSC Advertisement No.8

Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017- Advertisement 7/2018

Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017- Total number of posts for advertisement 7

Total number of Posts: 302

  • Restorer: 02
  • Junior Analytical Assistant: 06
  • Accountant: 01
  • Junior Engineer (Civil): 40
  • Junior Engineer (Horticulture): 04
  • Tracer: 02
  • Surveyor: 03
  • Assistant Fire Station Officer: 04
  • Fireman: 55
  • Junior Librarian: 01
  • Sewer Engine Operator: 02
  • Road inspector: 04
  • Telephone Operator: 01
  • Road Roller Driver: 01
  • Horticulture Inspector: 02
  • Water Meter Mechanic: 01
  • Meter Reader: 07
  • Assistant Sanitary: 09
  • Assistant Architect: 01
  • Assistant Research Officer: 01
  • Patwari Candidates: 29
  • Research Assistant: 04
  • Tracer(Engineering Wing): 02
  • Assistant Draftsman: 07
  • Architectural Assistant: 01
  • Junior Draftsman: 02
  • Junior Engineer (Civil): 61
  • Junior Engineer (Hort.): 12
  • Junior Engineer (Electrical): 11
  • Assistant Draftsman (Engg.): 11
  • Salesman: 01
  • Tractor Driver: 04

Haryana SSC Important Dates 2017 for advertisement 7

Events Dates
Online Application (starts from) 21.7.2017
Online Application Submission (closes on) 21.08.20l7 (by 11:59 PM)
Deposit of Fee (Closing Date) 23.08.2017 (by 11:59 PM)


Click here for Haryana SSC Advertisement No. 7

 Stay tuned for more updates on Haryana SSC Vacancy 2017. All the best!

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KNOW ALL ABOUT GST FOR SSC EXAMS 2017

Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017 – Get details of time line of GST, Benefits of GST, impact of GST on various goods and services, complete details.

Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017 – Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a comprehensive indirect tax on manufacture, sale, and consumption of goods and services throughout India. GST would replace respective taxes levied by the central and state governments.

It is an indirect tax for the whole country and can be identified as “One Nation One tax” to make India a unified market. It is a single tax on supply of Goods and services in its entire product cycle or life cycle I.e from manufacturer to consumer. It is calculated only in the “Value Addition” at any stage of goods and services. The final consumer will pay only his part of the tax and not the the entire supply chain. Also GST aims to eliminate too many supplementary taxes in order to regularize the prices of the goods.

Benefits of GST : Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

Easy Compliance : It makes income tax compliance simpler, easy and transparent

Uniformity of tax rates and structures: GST will ensure that indirect tax rates and structures are common across the country. The main goal of GST is to make it tax neutral while doing business irrespective of the place of doing business. Minimal cascading of taxes. GST aims to give improved competitiveness for trade and industry. Uniformity of Tax rates to reduce compliance costs.

Better controls on tax leakage and higher revenue efficiency to decrease the cost of collection of tax revenues.

For the consumer this is a relief in the overall tax burden and this prevents leakages in every stage of the supply chain and the tax burden on several commodities will come down. There is only one single tax from the manufacturer to the consumer that leads to transperancy of the taxes paid to the final consumer.

Which of the following taxes are subsumed?

Central Level: Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

At the Central level, the following taxes are being subsumed: a. Central Excise Duty, b. Additional Excise Duty, c. Service Tax, d. Additional Customs Duty commonly known as Countervailing Duty, and e. Special Additional Duty of Customs.

State Level: Know All about GST for SSC exams 2017

At the State level, the following taxes are being subsumed: a. Subsuming of State Value Added Tax/Sales Tax, b. Entertainment Tax (other than the tax levied by the local bodies), Central Sales Tax (levied by the Centre and collected by the States), c. Octroi and Entry tax, d. Purchase Tax, 4 e. Luxury tax, and f. Taxes on lottery, betting and gambling.

The Timeline of events that led to GST?

GST is being introduced in the country after a 13 year long journey since it was first discussed in the report of the Kelkar Task Force on indirect taxes. A brief chronology outlining the major milestones on the proposal for introduction of GST in India is as follows:

  1. In 2003, the Kelkar Task Force on indirect tax had suggested a comprehensive Goods and Services Tax (GST) based on VAT principle.
  2. A proposal to introduce a National level Goods and Services Tax (GST) by April 1, 2010 was first mooted in the Budget Speech for the financial year 2006-07.
  3. Since the proposal involved reform/ restructuring of not only indirect taxes levied by the Centre but also the States, the responsibility of preparing a Design and Road Map for the implementation of GST was assigned to the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers (EC)
  4. Based on inputs from Govt of India and States, the EC released its First Discussion Paper on Goods and Services Tax in India in November, 2009.
  5. In order to take the GST related work further, a Joint Working Group consisting of officers from Central as well as State Government was constituted in September, 2009.
  6. In order to amend the Constitution to enable introduction of GST, the Constitution (115th Amendment) Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha in March 2011. As per the prescribed procedure, the Bill was referred to the Standing Committee on Finance of the Parliament for examination and report.
  7. Meanwhile, in pursuance of the decision taken in a meeting between the Union Finance Minister and the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers on 8th November, 2012, a ‘Committee on GST Design’, consisting of the officials of the Government of India, State Governments and the Empowered Committee was constituted.
  8. This Committee did a detailed discussion on GST design including the Constitution (115th) Amendment Bill and submitted its report in January, 2013. Based on this Report, the EC recommended certain changes in the Constitution Amendment Bill in their meeting at Bhubaneswar in January 2013.
  9. The Empowered Committee in the Bhubaneswar meeting also decided to constitute three committees of officers to discuss and report on various aspects of GST as follows:-
  10. Committee on Place of Supply Rules and Revenue Neutral Rates;
  11. Committee on dual control, threshold and exemptions; (c) Committee on IGST and GST on imports.
  12. The Parliamentary Standing Committee submitted its Report in August, 2013 to the Lok Sabha. The recommendations of the Empowered Committee and the recommendations of the Committee were incorporated in the draft Constitution (115th Amendment) Bill. The revised draft was sent for consideration of the Empowered Committee in March, 2014.
  13. Parliamentary Standing Committee were examined in the Ministry in consultation with the Legislative Department. Most of the recommendations made by the Empowered Committee and the Parliamentary Standing Committee were accepted and the draft Amendment Bill was suitably revised.
  14. The final draft Constitutional Amendment Bill incorporating the above stated changes were sent to the Empowered Committee for consideration in September 2013.
  15. The EC once again made certain recommendations on the Bill after its meeting in Shillong in November 2013. Certain recommendations of the Empowered Committee were incorporated in the draft Constitution (115th Amendment) Bill. The revised draft was sent for consideration of the Empowered Committee in March, 2014.
  16. The 115th Constitutional (Amendment) Bill, 2011, for the introduction of GST introduced in the Lok Sabha in March 2011 lapsed with the dissolution of the 15th Lok Sabha.
  17. In June 2014, the draft Constitution Amendment Bill was sent to the Empowered Committee after approval of the new Government.
  18. Based on a broad consensus reached with the Empowered Committee on the contours of the Bill, the Cabinet on 17.12.2014 approved the proposal for introduction of a Bill in the Parliament for amending the Constitution of India to facilitate the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the country. The Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 19.12.2014, and was passed by the Lok Sabha on 06.05.2015. It was then referred to the Select Committee of Rajya Sabha, which submitted its report on 22.07.2015.

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SSC CGL 2017 ONLINE APPLICATION FORM DATE EXTENDED TO 19TH JUNE 2017

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application form date extended – Check extended dates for filling SSC CGL 2017 Application form and fees payment

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application form date extended

SSC has issued an important notice which states that last date to apply online for SSC CGL Application is extended to 19th June 2017. Earlier the last date for applying was 16th June 2017.

Why the SSC CGL 2017 Application Date is extended?

There was a lot of speculations regarding whether the SSC CGL application date will be extended or not as lot of students were facing difficulty in filling online application form for SSC CGL 2017.

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application Date Extended – Official Notice

The commission has uploaded the official notice which states that due to some technical problems in past two days, the dates have been extended by 3 more days. The last date for applying online is now 19 June 2017 till 5:00 PM.

Click Here to View Official Notice

SSC CGL 2017 Online Application form date extended –  Application Fees and Challan Dates:

The commission also states that payments made through challans, it is informed that in those cases where challans have been generated by the applicants before 5.00 PM on 19.6.2017, they could make the payment to the designated Branches of SBI using this challan within the working hours of the Bank upto 21 June 2017.

So, you can pay challans in bank branches by 21st June.

How to Apply for SSC CGL 2017 ?

  • Visit the official website ssc.nic.in
  • You will find an application form window appearing in front of you.
  • The SSC CGL Online Application Form 2017 splits in two different parts i.e. Part-1 and Part-2.
  • Start with Part-1 in which candidates need to fill in details like Applicant Name, Category, Email ID, Address, Phone Number Education, Date of Birth, etc.
  • After filling, click on “I agree” button.
  • In Part-2 registration, fill in the payment details, scanned signature and photograph upload.
  • Kindly pay the requisite fee through SBI Net Banking/ Debit Card/ Credit Card or Challan.
  • Make sure the photograph you upload should be of JPG format and your scanned signature in JPG format.
  • Take a print- out of your application form.
  • The candidate will receive an application form after completion of part II of application process.

Application Fee and Modes of Payment 

  • The SSC CGL application fee is Rs. 100/-.
  • Exemption: Female candidates need not pay even a penny. Same is in the case of SC, ST, Ex-Servicemen candidates and Physically Handicapped.
  • In order to pay cash, the candidate needs to take a print out of challan generated online. Deposit the amount in the nearest branch of SBI and rest you can continue with part II registration.
  • In online payment case, a candidate will have to give details of registration number and DOB to carry forward the application process to part II.

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SSC JUNIOR HINDI TRANSLATOR EXAM ANALYSIS 15 JUNE 2017 – HOW WAS YOUR JHT EXAM?

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Analysis 15 June 2017 – Share your SSC JHT 2017 paper review, questions asked, safe attempts, difficulty level

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Analysis 15 June 2017 – How was your JHT exam?

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam is for translator post offered by SSC. Candidate should be well versed in both languages – Hindi and English for the post. The post involved work in Ministries and government offices. The exam for SSC JHT was conducted on June 15th 2017. We would love to your feedback regarding the exam. Remember, Sharing is caring, so share your feedback about the questions asked.

SSC Junior Hindi Translator Exam Translator 2017 Paper Pattern:

Parts of the Paper Subject No. of Questions / Marks Time Duration
Paper I (Objective Type) (I) General Hindi

(ii) General English

(I) 100

(ii) 100 marks

2 hours
Paper II (Subjective Type) Translation and Essay 200 marks 2 hours
400 marks

SSC JHT Marking scheme:

Negative Marking Scheme: While each question entails one mark, it also has .25 negative marks for every wrong answer.

The exam is categorised into two sections – Paper I and Paper II. While, Paper I has 200 MCQ’s in Hindi and English, the Paper II is a subjective type question paper with questions in Hindi and English. Since, the post is for Junior Hindi Translator, the tests will emphasise on these details and tests the expertise of the candidate in both the languages including correct usage of words, phrases and idioms an ability to write the languages The Paper Ii of the exam has subjective type of questionnaire and will be a written exam.

Evaluation: The candidates who score a good cutoff marks in Paper I will be eligible for applying in Paper II. While candidates have to appear for both the papers, only those qualifying for minimum marks in Paper I, will have their Paper II assessed. The commission or the board has the discretion to fix qualifying marks in Paper-II.

How was your Exam?

Share your Feed back about How was your Exam? Share Feedback on how was your exam – Number of Good Attempts, Level of difficulty and Expected Cutoff. Please comment about the questions asked in the exam.

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New Changes in SSC Exam Scheme Time duration - Official Notice Released

New Changes in SSC Exam Scheme Time duration - Official Notice Released

New Changes in SSC Exam Scheme Time duration - Official Notice Released

As per the "SSC (Cr) Notice, the time duration of the SSC exams 2017 and the scheme have changed for the Cr region (central region). A number of changes have been made and you can go through them in the details given below:

REVISED SCHEME OF SSC EXAMINATION 2017

A Computer Based Mode of Examination will be conducted which will consist of MCQ or Objective questions. This test will be separately conducted for posts with qualification (minimum) of Matriculation, Higher Secondary and Graduation and above levels.

Given below is the table with details of number of questions which will be asked in each section along with maximum marks of each section and the timing.

Subject

No. of Question

Maximum Marks

Total Duration/ Timing

General Intelligence

25 questions

50

60 Minutes (Total)

English Language (Basic Knowledge)

25 questions

50


For VH/OH (afflicted by Cerebral Palsy and OH with deformity in writing hand - 80 Minutes. 

Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)

25 questions

General Awareness

25 questions

50

Time Duration- The time duration of 60 minutes will be allotted for healthy candidates and 80 minutes for VH/OH (affected by Cerebral Palsy) and (OH with deforms in the hand used for writing).

You can check the changes in the SSC scheme and timings of the central region (Cr region)

                    Advertisement Notice for SSC CR region

Please note that the number of questions will still be the same but the exam will be conducted separately for all levels. For further confirmation you can keep an eye on the official website of SSC i.e. ssc.nic.in.

To check out the official notification of SSC exams schedule and time duration, click on the link given below:

SSC Time duration and Exams Scheme - Official Notice

Important Note:

These Changes have no relation with SSC CGL 2017. 

Stay tuned for more updates on SSC. We wish you all good luck!.

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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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