SSC Exams 2020 - Check Exam Dates, Eligibility, Application Form
SSC Exams 2020 - Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the new dates for SSC exams on June 1 at its official website. Earlier majority of exams has been postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak across the country. SSC is a test conducting organisation which conducts various SSC exams every year to recruit applicants for Group-B and C posts in various ministries/departments of the Government of India. Aspirants should note that this recruitment process is completed by various competitive exams such as SSC CGL, CPO (SI), MTS, CHSL, JE, JHT and GD Constable exam. Applicants can check the various details related to these exams given below.
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SSC 2020 Exam Dates
Applicants can check the details to keep themselves updated about the exam.
Exam Dates of SSC 2020
SSC CGL tier 1 exam dates
March 3-9, 2020
|SSC CGL tier 2 exam||October 14-17, 2020|
SSC CHSL exam dates
August 17 to 21, 2020
SC CHSL result dates
To be notified
SSC JE exam dates
September 1-4, 2020
SSC JE result dates
To be notified
SSC CPO exam dates
September 29 to October 1, 2020
SSC CPO result dates
To be notified
SSC Exams 2020 Eligibility Criteria
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) determines the eligibility criteria of various SSC exams on the basis of the following factors. Though Nationality will remain the same for all posts but educational and age limit will vary as per SSC CGL, CHSL, CPO, JE etc.
Age limit & upper age limit relaxation for different categories
SSC Exams 2020 - Application Process
Since the application process for all exams of SSC is the same hence it will be applicable for all the jobs.
Essentials required before filling the application form
Active email ID and mobile number
Debit/Credit Card details/Net banking to pay application fees
Scanned images of photograph & sign
How to Apply SSC Exam Application Form 2020
SSC exam registration
Uploading of images (as prescribed in notification)
Filling up other details in SSC exam application form 2020
After that paying of SSC exam 2020 application fee
Submit the form and take a print of SSC exam application form
SSC CGL 2020 - Combined Graduate Level Examination
Applicants should note that SSC CGL exam is also known as Combined Graduate Level exam. The SSC CGL selection process comprises four stages of the recruitment process. The tier 1 and 2 stages of SSC exams is Computer Based Test while tier 3 is subjective test and tier 4 is Computer proficiency test/skill test/document verification. Few important posts of CGL exams are Inspector of Income Tax, Junior Statistical Officer, Inspector (Examiner) Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Section Officer, and Inspector (Central Excise) CBIC.
SSC CHSL 2020 - Combined Higher Level Secondary Examination
The Commission conducts Combined Higher level Secondary (CHSL) exam in three stages only. Aspirants who are class 12th pass out are eligible to apply for this. First stage will be CBT while second stage will be descriptive examination. Few popular posts of SSC CHSL exam are Lower Divisional Clerk (LDC), Postal Assistant(PA)/Sorting Assistant(SA) and Data Entry Operator (DEO). Those who want to qualify the exam should know how to prepare for SSC CHSL.
SSC JE 2020 - Junior Engineer
To recruit applicants for the posts of Group – ‘B’ posts in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Quantity Surveying and Contract domain, the board conducts SSC Junior Engineers (JE). There are three stages in the recruitment process of the SSC JE exam. You are advised to check the eligibility before applying for the job.This exam is a national level exam to recruit candidates for Group B Non-Gazetted Officers in vital Govt organisations such as CPWD, BRO and MES etc.
This SSC exam is conducted to shortlist applicants for the post of Sub-inspector (SI) of Police in various departments i.e CAPF, CISF, SSB, BSF, ITBP, Delhi Police etc. The SSC CPO selection process is of four stages- CBT paper I, PET/PST, paper II and medical exam. The SSC CPO paper I will be objective while paper II will be a subjective test.
SSC MTS - Multi Tasking Staff
Candidates who want to qualify the SSC Multitasking Staff (MTS) job should note that this exam is most challenging in nature i.e peon, cook, office boy etc. Applicants should note that the level of competition in this SSC exam is high in comparison to others. As per SSC recruitment process there are three stages to be eligible for the final selection. The CBT 1 will be online while the second stage will be a descriptive test.
The abbreviation of this exam is SSC General Duty (GD) Constable Exam. The recruitment process of this SSC exam is similar to SSC CPO and only difference is in position as CPO offers you to become SI while this examination offers you the constable post. Applicants will be shortlisted in Border Security Force (BSF), National Investigation Agency (NIA), Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), Secretariat Security Force (SSF) as a constable.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - SSC Exams 2020 - Check Exam Dates, Eligibility, Application Form
Question: What are SSC jobs?
There are various types of SSC Jobs such as CGL, CHSL, CPO, JE.
Question: What is the use of the SSC exam?
By qualifying any of SSC jobs applicants will be able to work in central government services.
Question: Can 12th pass apply for SSC?
Yes, there are certain jobs which are available for 12th pass candidates as SSC MTS, CHSL etc.
Question: Which is the highest post in the SSC exam?
The highest posts in SSC exam are obtained by qualified CGL exams, few are Income tax, Audit officer etc.
Question: Is there any negative marking scheme in SSC exam?
Yes, a negative marking scheme is applicable and 1/4th marks will be deducted for each wrong answer in the exam.