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SSC CGL Admit Card 2024 - Check SSC CGL Tier 1 hall Ticket

SSC CGL Admit Card 2024 - Check SSC CGL Tier 1 hall Ticket

Edited By Soujanya K | Updated on Apr 11, 2024 05:35 PM IST | #SSC CGL
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The Staff Selection Commission will issue the SSC CGL 2024 admit cards online on the official website. Candidates can download their admit cards from the official SSC website of their respective regions. Upon its release, candidates can download the admit card for the SSC CGL 2024 filing in their login credentials and captcha.

SSC CGL Admit Card 2024 - Check SSC CGL Tier 1 hall Ticket
SSC CGL Admit Card 2024 - Check SSC CGL Tier 1 hall Ticket

The SSC CGL 2024 exam is held over Tiers 1 and 2, and the admit card is released for both tiers separately. The Commission will also activate the SSC CGL 2024 Cit Intimation link for the concerned regions. The SSC CGL exam will be held in September or October 2024 tentatively.

The SSC Hall ticket 2024 consists of the candidates' personal details as well as the details of the exam centre. The guidelines to be followed on the day of the exam are also mentioned on the admit card. Candidates can find comprehensive details regarding the SSC CGL 2024 Admit card, including hall ticket dates, instructions on how to download the hall ticket, and the details mentioned on the hall ticket in the material below.

SSC Region-Wise Officer and Official Website Link

SSC Region

States/UTs covered

Official website

Central Region (CR)

Uttar Pradesh and Bihar

ssc-cr.org

Northern Region (NR)

NCT of Delhi, Rajasthan, and Uttarakhand

sscnr.net.in

Madhya Pradesh Sub-Region (MPR)

Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh

sscmpr.org

North Eastern Region (NER)

Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Tripura

sscner.org.in

Eastern Region (ER)

Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Sikkim, Jharkhand, Odisha, and West Bengal

sscer.org

Karnataka, Kerala Region (KKR)

Lakshadweep, Karnataka and Kerala

ssckkr.kar.nic.in

North Western Sub-Region (NWR)

Chandigarh, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Punjab

sscnwr.org

Western Region (WR)

Goa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Gujarat and Maharashtra

sscwr.net

Southern Region (SR)

Andhra Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana

sscsr.gov.in

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  • SSC CGL 2024 admit card tier 2

SSC CGL Hall Ticket Dates 2024

From the following table, aspirants can check the admit card as well as the CGL 2024 exam date. Aspirants are advised to keep track of all these dates, especially the SSC CGL 2024 admit card dates so that they don't miss any major events.

SSC CGL admit card and exam dates 2024

Events

SSC CGL exam dates 2024-25

SSC CGL city intimation link

To be announced

SSC CGL tier 1 admit card 2024

To be announced

SSC CGL tier 1 exam date 2024

To be announced

SSC CGL Tier 2 admit card 2024

To be announced

SSC CGL tier 2 exam date 2024

To be announced

SSC CGL tier 2 result date 2024

To be announced

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How to Download the SSC CGL Admit Card 2024?

Step 1: Visit the official website of SSC - ssc.gov.in.

Step 2: Click on the “Admit Card” tab given on the homepage and the header.

Step 3: Click on the SSC CGL region-wise admit card link from the official website.

Step 4: In the "Latest News" section click on the link - "Download e-Admit Card of COMBINED GRADUATE LEVEL EXAM - 2024"

Step 5: In the new window fill the SSC CGL admit card 2024 login credentials in the required fields. The login credentials are such as - such as roll number/registration ID or candidate's name and date of birth along with the captcha.

Step 6: The SSC CGL 2024 admit card will appear on the screen.

Step 7: Download the admit card of SSC CGL 2024 and save it for future reference.

Details mentioned on SSC CGL admit card 2024

Candidates Details

SSC CGL 2024 Exam Details

  • Candidate's Name

  • Fathers Name

  • Category

  • Roll number

  • Ticket number

  • Photograph & Signature of the candidates

  • Mothers Name

  • Date of birth

  • Gender

  • Password

  • Entry closing time

  • Total marks

  • Duration of the exam

  • SSC CGL exam centres 2024 address

  • SSC CGL exam date

  • Reporting time

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Documents to Carry Along With SSC CGL 2024 Admit Card

The following documents need to be carried along with the admit card of SSC CGL 2024. Anyone with the following photo ID in original format. If candidates appear in the examination with a forged SSC CGL admit card or identity proof they will be barred from appearing in the exam for 5 years.

Documents Allowed -

  • Aadhar card

  • Voter ID

  • Passport

  • Driving license

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Documents Not Allowed -

  • Ration card

  • Affidavit certificate with date of birth

  • Bank passbook and others

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SSC CGL Admit Card 2024 - What to do if there are any discrepancies in the Admit Card?

If candidates find any discrepancies in SSC CGL 2024 admit card they must report it to the address as mentioned below and get it rectified -

Staff Selection Commission

Block No-12, CGO Complex,

Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003

Candidates can also contact their region-wise website to remove any discrepancies in the admit card of SSC CGL 2024. The list of region-wise SSC officers is mentioned below.

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SSC CGL Admit Card 2024 - What to Carry and What Not to Carry At the Exam Centre?

  • Applicants must not carry any restricted item at the exam centres.

  • Use of mobile phones even in switched-off mode is prohibited at the exam centre.

  • Candidates must not carry any electronic device like storage media like a pen drive, smartwatch etc inside the exam centre.

  • Books, notes, loose sheets, maps, test booklets and rough sheets are not permitted inside the exam centre.

  • Candidates must not wear, or carry any valuable/costly items.

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SSC CGL Exam Centres 2024

The Staff Selection Commission will provide the list of exam centres in the official notification. The exam centre is allotted as per the choice filled by candidates in the SSC CGL application form 2024. Candidates have to give options for three exam centres, in the order of priority, within the same region.

No request for a change of centre will be considered later under any circumstances as SSC does not provide any correction window to change the SSC CGL exam centre after submission of the application form. The exam conducting authority conducts the exam in seven regions. Applicants will be able to check the full details of the exam centre in the SSC CGL admit card 2024.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

1. When will the SSC CGL 2024 Tier-1 Exam be conducted?

SSC CGL 2024 tier 1 exam will be conducted tentatively in September or October 2024. .

2. How can I Check the Application Status for SSC CGL 2024 Exam?

Candidates can check their SSC CGL application status 2024 exam from the regional website a few days before the exam is to be commenced.

3. Is SSC CGL admit card out 2024?

Yes, the SSC CGL 2024 admit card for tier 1 has been released online on the respective SSC's regional websites.

4. How can I download my old SSC CGL 2024 admit card?

It is not possible to download the old SSC admit card for the exam which is over. Hence, it is advised for candidates to keep their admit card safe until the complete recruitment process is over.

5. How many stages are there in the SSC CGL exam?

There are 2 stages in the SSC CGL exam. Tier 1 and 2.

6. Is there negative marking in the SSC CGL exam?

Yes, there is negative marking in the tier 1 and tier 2 of the SSC CGL exam as both these stages are conducted in online mode.

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Choosing basic math in class 10th will likely not affect your eligibility for most SSC exams, other state services exams, and UPSC as long as you meet the specific math requirement for the desired post.

Many SSC exams, like SSC CGL or CHSL, have a minimum educational qualification requirement that specifies a Bachelor's degree in any discipline. Math in 10th standard usually doesn't play a role in these exams.


Eligibility criteria for state services exams vary, but most focus on the educational qualification required for the specific post. Math from 10th might not be a factor.

UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) requires a Bachelor's degree. Math from 10th doesn't affect eligibility.

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With your BTech degree percentage of 84 and a GATE score of 301, along with your SC category, you have a chance to secure admission in MTech programs at some IITs, but it may not be assured in the top-ranking ones due to intense competition.

However, admissions also depend on various factors such as the number of seats available, the specific department and program you're applying to, and the preferences of the particular IIT you're interested in. Some IITs may consider your application favorably based on your category and GATE score.

Considering your GATE score of 301 and SC category, here are a few IITs and MTech courses where you might have a chance of admission:

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    • MTech in Mechanical Engineering
    • MTech in Civil Engineering

  2. IIT Bombay:

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    • MTech in Electrical Engineering

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    • MTech in Chemical Engineering
    • MTech in Biotechnology

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Regarding SSC JE (Staff Selection Commission Junior Engineer) and SSC CGL (Combined Graduate Level) examinations:

SSC JE is conducted for recruitment to the posts of Junior Engineers in various government departments, whereas SSC CGL is conducted for recruitment to Group B and C posts in various ministries, departments, and organizations of the Government of India.

For both examinations, eligibility criteria vary depending on the specific posts and departments. Generally, a bachelor's degree in engineering is required for SSC JE, while for SSC CGL, a bachelor's degree in any discipline from a recognized university is required.

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For detailed information on eligibility criteria, exam pattern, syllabus, and application procedures, you should refer to the official websites of SSC (Staff Selection Commission).


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Discrepancies in names between documents can be a concern during the SSC CGL application process. Here's what you can do for the OTR (One Time Registration) in SSC CGL with the name mismatch between your 10th certificate and Aadhar/PAN card.

The safest approach is to reach out to the Regional SSC Office where you plan to register for the SSC CGL exam. Explain the situation about the missing middle name on your 10th certificate but present on your Aadhar and PAN card.

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