Staff Selection Commision (SSC) is to conduct the SSC CHSL exam on March 17 to 28, 2020. The test is to be held in online mode at various centres across the country. Thus, candidates must be acquainted with all the guidelines which they need to follow on the exam day. There are a few things that a candidate must not carry with themselves on the day of examination. However, it is important for the candidates to carry SSC CHSL admit card issued to them along with one of the prescribed photo ID proofs. It is advised to the candidates to reach their respective venues 90 minutes before the commencement of the SSC CHSL exam. However, the list of things that candidate must not carry along with themselves are as follows:

What Must Not Be Carried To SSC CHSL Exam Centres; Know Here In Details

Things not to carry to the exam centres of SSC CHSL

  • Mobile phones

  • Calculators

  • electronic watch

  • Any sort of electronic gadget

  • Books or notebooks

However, there are certain things that candidates must carry along with themselves to the SSC CHSL exam centres. The list of the things to carry are mentioned below:

1. Two passport size recent colour photographs

2. One of the following photo ID proofs in original

  • Aadhaar Card/printout of E-Aadhaar,

  • Driving License,

  • Voter Card,

  • PAN Card,

  • Identity Card issued by University/College/Government

  • Employer ID Card or any photo bearing ID card issued by Central/State Government

SSC CHSL exam is conducted to recruit the candidates as Lower Divisional Clerk/Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators for various Ministries/ Departments/Offices of the Government of India. As per SSC CHSL exam pattern, the test is held in three stages - tier - I, II, and III. Candidates qualifying in all the stages of SSC CHSL selection process will be considered qualified. However, only those candidates are considered qualified who secure the minimum qualifying cut off of SSC CHSL at each stage.

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ssc chsl ki yeyarikea kare pleaase batao

Harshita Sharan Srivastava Student Expert 16th Mar, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

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:

  • Tier I (Computer Based Exam)
  • Tier II ( Descriptive Exam)
  • Tier III (Skill/Typing Test)

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.

Good Luck


i wrongly. entered my cast i checked after getting hallticket for ssc chsl what should i do now please give me a solution for this problem

Sharon Rose Student Expert 15th Mar, 2020


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.


ssc chsl previous years questions

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 8th Mar, 2020


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.


SSC chal admit card download link

Smrity 7th Mar, 2020


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!


which books are good to crack SSC chsl exam

Manisha Gupta Expert 22nd Feb, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

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

Good Luck!

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