SSC CHSL 2015 – Staff Selection Commission will conduct SSC CHSL 2015 Exam for higher secondary passed candidates on November 1, 15 and December 20, 2015 to fill up various clerical vacancies at Central government offices across the country. Note: the SSC CHSL Exam 2015 will also be conducted by official body on December 6, 2016.
The commission intends to fill up tentatively 10,000 vacancies in the central Government’s Clerical cadre through the process of SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level 2015 exam. Last year also around 10,000 vacancies were filled up through the similar process. Over 20 lakh candidates had appeared for the written exam in 2014.
Exam name: SSC CHSL 2015
Commonly known as: SSC CHSL
Exam type: National Level Examination
Exam Category: Higher Secondary level
Conducting Authority: Staff Selection Commission
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SSC CHSL 2015 Application Form – SSC invited application in both online and offline mode through its notification released in June, 2015. The registration of candidates for the recruitment exam began on June 6, 2015. The application process continued till July 6, 2015. A candidate had to fill in only one application, either a paper application or online application, and submit it to the concerned SSC Regional/Sub-Regional office.
SSC CHSL 2015 Eligibility Criteria – To be eligible for the recruitment exam, a candidate must have passed 12th Standard or equivalent or higher examination from a recognized Board or University. Candidate must be a citizen of India and aged between 18 years to 27 years as on August 1, 2015.
SSC CHSL 2015 Important Dates – The list of the tentative important dates for the exam is as below:
Application process begins
June 6, 2015
Application process ends
July 6, 2015
October 16, 2015
November 1, 15, December 6 and 20, 2015
July 22, 2016
SSC CHSL 2015 Selection Process – Eligible candidates have to appear in Written Objective Type Exam and secure minimum qualifying marks to qualify for Skill Test or Typing Test. These tests are qualifying in nature and the selection will be made from the list of those candidates who qualify in these tests. The candidates who qualify in the second round will be recommended by the commission on the basis of their written test performance.
SSC CHSL 2015 Exam Pattern – The written exam contains Objective Type and Data Entry Skill Test or Typing Test. The objective-type paper consists of a total of 200 questions, carrying 1 mark each. The question paper is divided into 4 parts – General Intelligence, English Language, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness, each part carrying 50 questions. For each wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted as negative marking.
SSC CHSL 2015 Admit Card – The admit card of SSC CHSL 2015 (LDC, DEO) is now availabe on SSC Official website. No candidates without a valid admit card will be allowed in the examination centre. SSC will not send admit card directly (by post) to the candidates. Candidates are suggested to download their admit card online.
SSC CHSL 2015 Result – The result of SSC CHSL 2015 (LDC, DEO) will be announced July 22, 2016. The qualifying candidates, who secure minimum required marks in the Written Objective Type Exam, will be called for Skill Test or Typing Test by the Commission.
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The SSC CHSL Exams is a competitive exam which acts as a gateway to various government posts.The SSC CHSL Exam is conducted in three stages:
To score well in the SSC CHSL exam, it is important that you be fully aware of the SSC CHSL Syllabus and the SSC Exam Pattern. I'll recommend you to list down all the topics asked in exam and start preparing for the exam. Give as much mocks you can to increase your speed. Read newspaper daily.
You cannot make any corrections now or later.You cannot change your category once you have submitted the application and received the admit card.If you have mentioned your category as general you may continue with this if you wish to.Otherwise you have to appear next time .Please be careful while filling the application form.
You can get SSC CHSL previous year question papers by visiting the link provided below;
It will give you basic idea about the exam and help you analyze your progress as well.
The Admit Card for SSC CHSL Tier 1 is released on 4th of March and the link of each region is present on the site provided below:
You can download the above from the official site also:
I hope this Helps.
All the Best!
You may refer the books given below:
SSC CHSL Best Book for General Intelligence and Reasoning-
Analytical Reasoning- M.K Pandey
Verbal and Nonverbal Reasoning- R.S Aggarwal
A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal, Non-Verbal & Analytical- B.S Sijwali, Indu Sijwali
SSC CHSL Best Book for General Awareness
General Knowledge- Lucent Publication
Manorama Yearbook- Mammen Mathew and Philip Mathew
Current Affairs- Monthly Magazine and News paper
SSC CHSL Best Book for English Comprehension
Objective General English- S.P Bakshi
Quick Learning Objective General English- R.S Aggarwal & Vikas Aggarwal
Word Power Made Easy- Norman Lewis
Plinth to Paramount- Neetu
SSC CHSL Best Book for Quantitative Aptitude
Fast Track Objective Arithmetic- Rajesh Verma
Quantitative Abilities Arithmetic Ability- Kiran Prakashan
Quantitative Aptitude- R.S Aggarwal
Arithmetic For General Competition Vol 1& 2- Neetu Singh
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