What Is The Staff Selection Commission?
The full form of SSC is the Staff Selection Commission. It is a government body that recruits top candidates. From all over the nation. It recruits applicants for Class B and C type government jobs. The top candidates are being selected for the position.
SSC takes an examination once a year. Every year more than 10 lakh students take exams. It is a significant achievement to clear the SSCs exam. But the world doesn’t end If you fail. There are still many opportunities available.
Guess who doesn’t want to be a part of the Government body? Who does not want to work for the government? The services and job security provided by the Government jobs. Make them the most desired jobs in the country.
Government jobs release every year. That attracts aspirants from all over the country. The SSCs jobs allow you to be a part of the government. It is like a dream come true. That many of us dream.
The SSC exam hires students for various positions in the Government sector. The exam is both online and offline. It has regional offices in Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Guwahati, and Bangalore.
Unemployment is high all over the nation. The people who suffer are those who lack practical skills. Thanks to our education system that didn’t teach us the same. But people who lack practical skills have some hope remaining.
That is SSC, they provide training if you get selected. This is a highly prestigious exam. It is highly competitive too. As students from all over the nation try to clear the exam. Over 30 lakhs of students fill out the application form every year.
1. The promise of Job Security
Governments Jobs has secured from the competition and demand of employs. Once you have hired there is no seeing back. There is no effect of ups-down of the economy on Government jobs.
In Government jobs salary is always credited to the employee account on time. When profit is high during the festival season. The government gives their employees gifts and bonuses. There are rewards for employees who overtime. If an employee doesn’t take leaves. The government gives rewards for that.
3. Less Syllabus
There is not much syllabus to prepare. Like other exams UPSC. Little effort has required to clear the exam. All you need is the will to learn.
4. Equal Opportunities
SSC selection has based upon talent and knowledge. In SSC exams there is no place for discrimination based on Caste or gender. There are equal opportunities for everyone.
5. Promotion and Increment
In Government jobs, a hike in salary and promotion occurs timely. There is no worry. Whereas in the private sector you need to give your extra to get a promotion also hike is also not given timely. In Government jobs, promotions and hikes get without asking or putting any extra work.
6. Government servants are respected everywhere
There is a special pride in being a government servant. Everyone will respect you because many people want to become government employees. But couldn’t make it through. They will see you with reverence because of your hard work.
7. Work-life balance
In the private sector many times you must work overtime. Many times, you must skip your meal. Which was not good for mental and physical health? Although, Government jobs give you time to work on your personal life and development. The government gives all holidays to its employees.
Structure Of SSC
The SSC is led by the Chairman. Supported by two members and a secretary-cum controller of examination. The officers and HQ staff help in the management of SSC. There are regional offices spread across the nation. The commission headquarters is in New Delhi.
The Headquarters has members including one Director, one Deputy Secretary, two Joint Directors, nine Under Secretaries, four Deputy Directors, one Finance & Budget Officer, one Assistant Director (OL), 24 Section Officers, and many supporting officers.
There are also 7 regional offices and 2 sub-regional offices. Directors are the head of each regional office. Deputy directors are the head of each sub-regional office.
In 1968 Estimates Committee of parliament submitted a report. In the report, the committee recommended making the Service Selection Commission. The examination wing added the Secretariat Training School. Secretariat Training School had renamed, as the Institute of Secretariat Training and Management.
On realizing that most of the staff in Government Jobs are class B and C category. It found that these staff had similar qualifications. To this Administrative Reform Commission suggested the Government of India. To make a recruiting board for hiring these candidates. In response, the Government formed the Subordinate Services Commission.
In 1975 the Staff Selection Commission had selected as the new name of the Subordinate Service Commission. It is like a recruiting board. That hires for all Class B and C posts. From then improvements made in SSC.
Top SSC Exams? Eligibility Criteria And How To Apply?
- SSC is a recruiting agency for low-level government jobs. SSC jobs are low-level jobs compared to the UPSC jobs. SSC recruits candidates from all over the nation. All decisions made by SSC agree with DoPT. Here are some SSC jobs for applicants to apply for: –
1. SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination
This year’s SSC exam announcement was made on 23rd January 2022. The last date for submitting the application was 23rd January 2022. The Tier 1 examination was conducted from 11 April 2022 to 21st April 2022.
After preparing hard, the SSC CGL candidate has the following job option. Job has been decided based on a merit list.
|S. No||Name of Post||Ministry/ Department/ Office/ Cadre||Classification of Posts||Age Limit||Grade pay|
|1||Assistant Audit Officer||Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG||Group “B” Gazetted||18-30 years||4800|
|2||Assistant Accounts Officer||Indian Audit & Accounts Department under C&AG||Group “B” Gazetted||18-30 years||4800|
|3||Assistant Section Officer||Central Secretariat Service||Group “B”||20-30 years||4600|
|4||Assistant Section Officer||Intelligence Bureau||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|5||Assistant Section Officer||Ministry of Railway||Group “B”||20-30 years||4600|
|6||Assistant Section Officer||Ministry of External Affairs||Group “B”||20-30 years||4600|
|7||Assistant Section Officer||AFHQ||Group “B”||20-30 years||4600|
|8||Assistant Section Officer||Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|9||Assistant||Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations||Group “B”||20-30 years||4600|
|10||Assistant Section Officer||Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|11||Inspector of Income Tax||CBDT||Group “C”||18-30 years||4600|
|12||Inspector, (CGST & Central Excise)||CBIC||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|13||Inspector (Preventive Officer)||CBIC||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|14||Inspector (Examiner)||CBIC||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|15||Assistant Enforcement Officer||Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|16||Sub Inspector||Central Bureau of Investigation||Group “B”||20-30 years||4600|
|17||Inspector Posts||Department of Post||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|18||Inspector||Central Bureau of Narcotics||Group “B”||18-30 years||4600|
|19||Assistant/ Superintendent||Indian Coast Guard||Group “B”||18-30 years||4200|
|20||Assistant||Other Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations||Group “B”||18-30 years||4200|
|21||Assistant||National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT)||Group “B”||18-30 years||4200|
|22||Research Assistant||National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)||Group “B”||18-30 years||4200|
|23||Divisional Accountant||Offices under C&AG||Group “B”||18-30 years||4200|
|24||Sub Inspector||National Investigation Agency (NIA)||Group “B”||18-30 years||4200|
|25||Junior Statistical Officer (JSO)||M/o Statistics & Programme Implementation.||Group “B”||18-32 years||4200|
|26||Statistical Investigator Grade-II||Registrar General of India||Group “B”||18-30 years||4200|
|27||Auditor||Offices under C&AG||Group “C”||18-27 years||2800|
|28||Auditor||Other Ministry/ Departments||Group “C”||18-27 years||2800|
|29||Auditor||Offices under CGDA||Group “C”||18-27 years||2800|
|30||Accountant||Offices under C&AG||Group “C”||18-27 years||2800|
|31||Accountant/ Junior Accountant||Other Ministry/ Departments||Group “C”||18-27 years||2800|
|32||Senior Secretariat Assistant/ Upper Division Clerks||Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology||Group “C”||18-27 years||2400|
|33||Senior Secretariat Assistant/ Upper Division Clerks||Central Govt. Offices/ Ministries other than CSCS cadres.||Group “C”||18-27 years||2400|
|34||Tax Assistant||CBDT||Group “C”||18-27 years||2400|
|35||Tax Assistant||CBIC||Group “C”||18-27 years||2400|
|36||Sub-Inspector||Central Bureau of Narcotics||Group “C”||18-27 years||2400|
The candidate must be a citizen of India or a subject of Nepal or Bhutan.
Or he /she can be a person of Indian origin who migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia, and Vietnam.
2. Age Relaxation:-
|Defense||Category||Age-relaxation permissible beyond the upper age limit|
|03||PwD (Unreserved)||10 years|
|04||PwD (OBC)||13 years|
|05||PwD (SC/ST)||15 years|
|06||Ex-Servicemen (ESM)||3 years after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date.|
|08||Defence Personnel disabled in operation during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence thereof||3 years|
|09||Defence Personnel disabled in operation during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence thereof (SC/ST)||8 years|
|Additional permissible relaxation in upper age limit for Group ‘C’ posts|
|10||Central Govt. Civilian Employees who have rendered not less than 3 years of regular and continuous service as on closing date for receipt of application.||Upto 40 years of age|
|11||Central Govt. Civilian Employees (SC/ST) who have rendered not less than 3 years of regular and continuous service as on closing date for receipt of application.||Upto 45 years of age|
|12||Widows/ Divorced Women/ judicially separated and women who are not remarried.||Up to 35 years of age|
|13||Widows/ Divorced Women/ judicially separated and women who are not remarried (SC/ST).||Up to 40 years of age|
The fee of the exam is 100/-
- Women candidates and SC, ST and PwD, and Ex-servicemen who are eligible for reservation are exempted from paying fee
4. Scheme of examination:-
Scheme of Tier 1 and 2 Examination:-
|Tier||Subject||Number of Questions||Maximum Marks||Time allowed|
|I||A. General Intelligence and Reasoning||50||50||1 hour (1 hour and 20 minutes for the candidates eligible for scribe as per Para-7.1 and 7.2)|
|B. General Awareness||50||50|
|C. Quantitative Aptitude||50||50|
|D. English Comprehension||50||50|
|II||Paper-I: Quantitative Abilities||100||200||2 hours (For each Paper)|
|Paper-II: English Language and Comprehension||200||200||(2 hours and 40 minutes for the candidates eligible for scribe as per Para-7.1 and 7.2)|
|Paper-IV: General Studies (Finance and Economics)||100||200|
Scheme of Tier 3rd examination:-
|Tier||Mode of Examination||Scheme of Examination||Maximum Marks||Time Allowed|
|III||Pen and Paper mode||Descriptive Paper in English or Hindi (Writing of Essay/Precis/Letter/ Application etc.)||100||1 hour (1 hour and 20 minutes for the candidates who are eligible for scribe as per Para-7.1 and 7.2)|
Scheme of tier 4 exam:-
- In the Tier 4 exam, Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) and Data Entry Speed Test (DEST) are taken.
5. Syllabus :-
|Classification||Static General Knowledge (Indian History, Culture, etc.)||Simplification||Reading Comprehension|
|Analogy||Science||Interest||Fill in the Blanks|
|–||Sports||Percentage||Phrases and Idioms|
|Matrix||Books and Authors||Ratio and Proportion||One word Substitution|
|Word Formation||Important Schemes||Problem on Ages||Sentence Correction|
|Venn Diagram||Portfolios||Speed, Distance, and Time||Error Spotting|
|Direction and Distance||People in the News||Number System|
|Verbal reasoning||Time and Work|
6. Identity Proof:-
- For Identity proof, you must bring one of the following proofs
- Aadhar card
- Voter Id card
- PAN card
- Driving license
- ID card issued by government/college/school
- Employer ID Card (Govt./PSU)
2. SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam
- The SSC CHSL released the notification of this year’s exam on 1st February 2022. They recruit for positions like Lower Division Clerk, Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant, Sorting Assistant, and Data Entry Operator. The last date to apply for the SSC CHSL exam was 7th March 2022.
Here is the table for it:
SSC CHSL 2022 Notification
01st February 2022
SSC CHSL Registration Process
01st February 2022
Last Date to Apply for SSC CHSL 2022
07th March 2022
SSC CHSL Tier 1 Application Status
11th May 2022
SSC CHSL Tier-1 Admit Card
11th May 2022
SSC CHSL Exam Date 2022 (Tier-1)
24th May to 10th June 2022
SSC CHSL Provisional Answer Key
SSC CHSL Result for Tier-1
SSC CHSL Tier-1 Final Answer Key
SSC CHSL Tier-1 Marks
SSC CHSL Tier-2 Admit Card 2022
SSC CHSL Exam Date 2022 (Tier-2)
Every year thousands of vacancies open for applicants. This year’s vacancy is as follows:
Qualification needed for LDC/JSA, and PA/SA is 12th passed from a recognized board.
And for DEO is 12th passed in science stream with mathematics as a subject from a recognized board.
- Here is the pay scale of the SSC CHSL jobs. It is according to the job.
Pay Band -1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs.1900 (pre-revised)
Pay Band -1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)
Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)
DEO Grade ‘A’
Pay Band-1 (Rs. 5200-20200), Grade Pay: Rs. 2400 (pre-revised)
The SSC CHSL exam takes place in three tiers. Tier 1exam is online Tier 2 and 3 other are offline. See the table given below for complete detail.
Tier – I
Objective Multiple Choice
Tier – II
Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi
Pen and Paper mode
Tier – III
Skill Test/Typing Test
SSC CHSL had released the syllabus notification. Below is the table of it.
|General Intelligence and Reasoning||Quantitative Ability||English Language||General Awareness|
|Logical Reasoning||Simplification||Reading Comprehension||History|
|Alphanumeric Series||Profit & Loss||Cloze Test||Culture|
|Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test||Mixtures & Allegations||Para jumbles||Geography|
|Data Sufficiency||Simple Interest & Compound Interest & Surds & Indices||Miscellaneous||Economic Scene|
|Coded Inequalities||Work & Time||Fill in the blanks||General Policy|
|Seating Arrangement||Time & Distance||Multiple Meaning/Error Spotting||Scientific Research|
|Puzzle||Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere||Paragraph Completion||Awards and Honors|
|Tabulation||Data Interpretation||One Word Substitution||Books and Authors|
|Syllogism||Ratio & Proportion, Percentage||Active/Passive Voice|
|Blood Relations||Number Systems|
|Input-Output||Sequence & Series|
|Coding-Decoding||Permutation, Combination & Probability|
3. SSC Central Police Organisation Exam
SSC CPO will release its notification on 14th August 2022. SSC CPO recruits’ candidates for various positions such as Sub Inspector in Delhi Police, Sub Inspector in CAPFs, Assistant Sub Inspector in CISF, Inspector posts, and Sub Inspector Posts.
The last date to apply for SSC CPO is 13th September 2022. Vacancy details are yet to be released by the SSC CPO.
Candidates who passed the below four tests are eligible for further process.
SSC CPO 2022 Paper I:-
- There is also a negative marking for each wrong answer.
|Subject||Types of Question||Maximum Marks||Duration/ Time Allowed|
|Part A||General Intelligence and Reasoning||50||50|
|Part B||General Knowledge and General Awareness||50||50|
|Part C||Quantitative Aptitude||50||50|
|Part D||English Comprehension||50||50|
SSC CPO 2022 PET/PST:-
- Physical Standard test
|Category of candidates||Height (in cms)||Chest (in cms )|
|(i) For male candidates only GENERAL||170||80||85|
|For candidates belonging to Hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon, Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K, North-Eastern States, and Sikkim||165||80||85|
|For all candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes||162.5||77||82|
|(ii) For Female candidates only GENERAL||157||–||–|
|For candidates belonging to Hill areas of Garhwal, Kumaon, Himachal Pradesh, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas, Kashmir Valley, Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K, North-Eastern States, and Sikkim||155||–||–|
|For all candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribe||154||–||–|
Physical Efficiency Test:-
- Candidates are required to run a 100m race in 16 seconds and 1.6km race in 6.5 minutes.
- They must long jump 3.65m and high jump 1.2m in 3 chances.
- You must throw a shot put of 16 Lbs to 4.5meters in 3 chances.
- The female candidate must run 100 meters in 18 sec and 800 meters in 4 min.
- The candidate also long jump of 2.7m and a high jump of 0.9m in 3 chances.
SSC CPO 2022 paper 2:-
|Subject||Maximum Marks /Questions||Duration and timing|
|English language & Comprehension||200 marks/200 questions||Two Hours|
Candidates who clear the SSC CPO PET would have to go through a medical examination. If found unfit they retain one chance to request for review within 15 days. But if the result still comes negative. They would not entertain further.
The minimum and maximum age limits are 18y and 25y.
The candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree from a recognized board.
The eyesight of the candidate must be 6/6 and 6/9. The candidate must not mend knee, flat foot, varicose vein, or squint in the eyes. The application fee is the same as other exams.
Topics included in the syllabus are as follows:
1. General Intelligence Section:-
- Reasoning Analogies
- Arithmetic Number Series
- Arithmetical Reasoning
- Figural Classification
- Non-verbal Series
- Relationship Concepts – Blood Relations
- Similarities and Differences
- Spatial Orientation
- Spatial Visualization
- Visual Memory
2. General Awareness Section:-
- Economic Scene
- General Polity
- Indian Constitution
- Scientific Research
3. Mathematics syllabus:-
- Computation of Whole Numbers
- Decimals and Fractions
- Fundamental Arithmetical Operations
- Number Systems
- Profit and Loss
- Ratio and Proportion
- Ratio and Time
- Relationship between Numbers
- Time and Distance
- Time and Work
4. Language Hindi/English Syllabus
- Error Spotting
- Fill in the Blanks: Articles, Prepositions, etc.
- Phrase replacements
- Cloze test
- Synonyms & Antonyms
- Phrase and idioms meaning
- One Word Substitution
- Reading comprehension
4. SSC Multitasking Staff
- Staff Selection Commission MTS released the notification of its exam on 22nd March 2022. To qualify for the post, candidates must have passed 10th grade. SSC MTS is recruiting for the following post.
- Junior Gestetner Operator
- Havaldar etc.
The vacancies for SSC MTS are out. See the given table below:
SSC MTS Vacancy- 3698
Havaldar Vacancy in CBIC and CBN- 3603
|SSC MTS Vacancy 2022|
|Category||No. of Vacancy (18-25 Years)||No. of Vacancy (18-27 Years)|
|Havaldar Vacancy in CBIC and CBN|
|Category||No. of Vacancy|
The candidate must be between the age of 18y-25y and between the age of 18y-27y at the time of cut-off date.
- Apart from this, the government has given age relaxation for minority communities. See the below table:
PwD (SC/ ST)
03 years after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on the closing date of receipt of online application.
- Two papers will be conducted by the SSC MTS Paper 1 and Paper 2 followed by document verification.
|Subject||No. Of Questions||Marks||Total Duration/ Timing|
|General Intelligence & Reasoning||25||25||90 Minutes|
Short Essay/Letter in English or any Language included in the 8th Schedule of the Constitution
5. SSC Junior Engineer
- The notification for the SSC JE exam is scheduled for 28th November 2022. The SSC JE exam recruits candidates for the following post:
- Junior Engineers Civil
- Electrical Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- Quantity Surveying
- Contract Posts
- To secure a job you have to meet the age and the qualification criteria.
|Central Water Commission||Junior Engineer (Civil) Junior Engineer (Mechanical)||32 Years|
|Central Public Works Department (CPWD)||Junior Engineer (Civil) Junior Engineer (Electrical)||32 Years|
|Military Engineer Services (MES)||Junior Engineer (Civil) Junior Engineer (Electrical and Mechanical)||30 years|
|Junior Engineer (Quality Surveying and contracts)||27 years|
|Department Of Posts||Junior Engineer (Quality Surveying and contracts)||27 years|
|Farakka Barrage Project||Junior Engineer (Civil) Junior Engineer (Electrical) Junior Engineer (Mechanical)||30 years|
|Border Road Organization||Junior Engineer (Civil)||30 years|
|Central Water and Power Research Station||Junior Engineer (Civil) Junior Engineer (Electrical) Junior Engineer (Mechanical)||30 years|
|Directorate of Quality Assurance (Naval)||Junior Engineer (Electrical) Junior Engineer (Mechanical)||30 years|
|National Technical Research Organization (NTRO)||Junior Engineer (Civil) Junior Engineer (Electrical) Junior Engineer (Mechanical)||30 years|
|Junior Engineer (Civil)||CPWD – B.E. / B.Tech. / Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Civil & Mechanical)||Central Water Commission – B.E. / B.Tech. / Diploma in Civil/Mechanical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Electrical)||CPWD – B.E. / B.Tech. / Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Civil)||Department of Posts – B.E. / B.Tech. / 3 years Diploma in Civil engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Electrical)||Department of Posts- B.E. / B.Tech. / 3 years Diploma in Electrical engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical)||MES – B.E. / B.Tech. in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering OR 3 years Diploma in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute and with 2 years work experience in electrical/mechanical engineering works.|
|Junior Engineer (Civil)||MES – B.E. / B.Tech. in Civil Engineering OR 3 years Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized University/Institute and with 2 years work experience in civil engineering works.|
|Junior Engineer (QS&C)||MES – B.E. / B.Tech. / 3 years Diploma in Civil engineering from a recognized University/Institute OR Passed Intermediate examination in Building and Quantity Surveying (Sub Divisional-II) from the Institute of Surveyors (India).|
Exam Pattern: Paper 1:-
|Papers||No. Of Questions||Maximum Marks||Duration & Timings|
|(i) General Intelligence & Reasoning||50||50||2 Hrs.|
|(ii) General Awareness||50||50|
|Part –A General Engineering (Civil & Structural) OR||100||100|
|Part-B General Engineering (Electrical) OR|
|Part-C General Engineering (Mechanical)|
There would be a negative marking of 0.25 in paper 1
|Part-A General Engineering (Civil & Structural)||300||2 Hrs.|
|Part- B General Engineering (Electrical)||300||2 Hrs.|
|Part-C General Engineering (Mechanical)||300||2 Hrs.|
Syllabus For Paper 1:-
|S. No.||Topics||No. Of Question asked in previous years|
|1||Number & Alphabetical Series||11|
|5||Odd one Out||9|
|7||Statement & Conclusions||1|
|10||Permutaion & Combinations||2|
|11||Non-verbal: Complete the Image, Embedded Image, Paper Folding & Cutting, Mirror Image||5|
|Total No. Of Questions||50|
SSC JE General Awareness:-
No. Of Question asked in previous years
Current Affairs/ Sports
Books & authors
Total No. Of Questions
There are two recent controversies related to SSC one is from Delhi SSC and the other from West Bengal SSC.
1. West Bengal SSC Case:-
This case started in 2016 when students observed irregularities in the merit list. Some students didn’t even come on the list. Didn’t score enough marks, awarded with teaching jobs.
Now, a CBI investigation is going on in the case. 5 top officials had booked for the scam. Bengal Minister Paresh Adhikari has been interrogated by CBI sleuths.
SC removed the Daughter of minister Paresh Adhikari from the government teaching job.
2. Delhi SSC Case:-
In 2018 a series of paper leaks had found circulating on social media. The SSC immediately postponed the exam. The reason told by the official is due to Technical Issue.
Soon it turned into a massive student protest. Students were demanding a CBI inquiry. Whereas the Chairman offered them an investigation through an independent Agency.
Some Dark Truth About SSC CGL?
The SSC exam is not as easy as it looks. Every year 30,000 thousand applicants fill out the form. But the number is reduced after every tier of the exam.
There are a lot of delays and Irregularities in the department.
Also, you need some financial support from your family. And a lot of patience. If you want to be self-dependent as soon as possible then this exam is not for you.
There are also a lot of scams in the department. So it is also risky to prepare for these exams. Because your hard work can go in vain.
So be aware of all the difficulties you might have to endure. Because your time is important.
SSC conducts exams in different states. It is the second most hyped exam after UPSC. It is famous among youngsters. Every year lakhs of students fill out applications for SSC. The exams are highly competitive.
Different states conduct exams within themselves. Because of the high salary candidates attract to this exam. And regular promotions, gifts, and bonuses. All this makes the job worthy to give at least one try.
The SSC exam syllabus is easy compared to other exams. They test candidates through MCQ, Written exams, and computer tests. In some exams, and for military and police exams, physique and physical abilities tests are also taken. But if you are sure, you can do it then give it a try. It will be worth doing.
Top 13 Interesting Facts About SSC
Highest paying job in SSC- Post: Assistant Audit Officer: Pay Scale: Rs 47600 to 151100.
Lowest paying job in SSC- Job LDC/JSA: Pay- 19,000.
Every Year approximately 30,00,000 candidates fill out applications.
Only half of the students who filled out the application gave the exam.
The Staff Selection Commission is itself a State Education Board.
CBSE is a far better education board than SSC.
SSC is the only National exam where marks are not given.
The first chairman of SSC was Saiyid Hamid.
In the SSC exam minorities and people with disabilities have special advantages.
SSC recruits for type B and C posts from all over India.
The Staff Selection Commission came into existence on 26th September 1977.
The previous name of SSC was the Subordinate Services Commission.
Before SSC, recruitment of the type B posts had been conducted through the UPSC.