Upcoming SSC exams likely to be postponed due to CoronaVirus Outbreak
NEW DELHI: There are many upcoming competition exams scheduled to be conducted by SSC in the month of March. Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak around the world, many state governments have announced a state emergency. Applicants are curious about the conduct of the exam as a recent notification by government officials advised the citizens to stay away from crowded places and avoid travel in public transport.
SSC CHSL 2020 is scheduled to be conducted from March 17 to 28 across the country in online mode. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the exam is likely to be postponed. Last year 2,96,800 candidates had registered for the SSC CHSL exam out of which 1,31,700 candidates had appeared for the exam. Candidates must check how to prepare for SSC CHSL effectively. Along with their preparations, applicants can also check SSC CHSL cutoff for previous year trends.
SSC JE paper 1 is also scheduled to be conducted from March 30 to April 02, 2020 across the country. Last year a total of 2,96,800 candidates had registered for the exam out of total registered candidates around 1,31,700 candidates appeared for paper 1. For exam preparations, candidates must check the best books for SSC JE for the exam preparations. Applicants can also check SSC JE cutoff for the previous year trends.
Due to the global outbreak of coronavirus all schools and cinema halls have been closed. The Central government also issued an advisory to stay away from crowded places. Recently, Delhi High Court postponed the Delhi Higher Judicial Services Mains exam which is scheduled to be conducted on March 14-15, 2020.
On March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 as pandemic across the world. Around 114 countries now are fighting against Coronaviros with almost 1,30,000 deaths reported.
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Questions related to SSC CHSL
sir my DOB is 14 02 2003 can i appear in ssc chsl 2020-21
The age eligibility criteria for SSC CHSL 2020 is that a candidate must not born before January 2, 1993 and not later than January 1, 2002. Age must be in between 18-23 years and relaxation is give for upper age limit for reserved candidates.According to the eligibility criteria you are not eligible to appear in the year 2020. But you can appear in the year 2021.
ssc chsl k prepration k liye konsi book achi h
Best books for sss CHSL preparation are
1) objective general English by S.P. Bakshi
2) Quick learning objective general English
By R. S. Aggarwal and Vikad Aggarwal
3) word power made easy by Norman Lewis
4) Plinth to Paramount by Neetu Singh
The above mentioned books will help you prepare well.
sir ji ssc chsl ki vacancy kb niklegi
As per the latest notice released by Staff Selection Comission, there are 4983 vacancies for 2020 exam.
For the LDC/JSA Post there are 1269 vacancies
For the PA/SA post there are 3598 vacancies
And finally for DEO Post there are 26 vacancies
Hope this information helps you.
I m so confused to choose a right career n involved in two options a.i should do btech or b.i should do Bsc and with that ssc chsl and many more govt jobs??? so I dont have to waste time.....what is right??
If you want to go for ssc cgl exam and want government job then go for bsc you have enough time to prepare for ssc cgl
If you go for btech then you have to prepare for jee main or CET entrance exam too much burden kindly go fluently with bsc and prepare for government examination through SSC cgl
i am having tattoo on my right wrist and right ankle and i am preparing for SSC CHSL, junior assitant and clerk type jobs . will there be any problem due to my tattoos ? is there different medical test for the person with tattoo?
Yes, it may create a problem for you like a job like BSF, Army, and many force departments strictly banned tattoos highly discipline is mandatory on the jobs like SSC, BSF, Army etc, .But sometimes we may get the opportunity that's completely depends upon one's luck .But according to govt rules and regulations tattoo is prohibited.
All the best.