SSC CHSL Notification: Know the Eligibility Criteria & Application Form
SSC CHSL is also known as Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level. It is one of the most popular government organizations and is responsible for providing government employment to the aspirants in India. SSC conducts multiple exams for 10th pass, 12th pass, and graduate candidates also. More than one lakh applicants are filed this and get a government job according to their qualification. SSC provides better facilities and service.
Let us discuss the combined higher secondary level for the recruitment in multiple departments/ ministers/ organizations of the government in India. For the SSC exam, more than 20 lakhs of applicants are received every year. It is a highly coveted job opportunity among candidates as the qualification for this govt. job is 12th.
SSC CHSL provides three types of job:
Sorting Assistants/ Postal assistants
Lower Division Clerk
Data Entry Operator
Notification of SSC CHSL 2020-21
The staff selection commission has recently released the notification for the candidates who wish to want a job the posts for this job are Junior Secretariat Assistant/ Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant, Division clerk, and for Data Entry Operator on 6 November 2020.
SSC CHSL was released earlier scheduled its notification for the SSC CHSL exam on 30 November. But now it will be out early on 6 November.
SSC applications will start on 6 November and will end on 15 December.
Last date of application fee
Aspirants will able to pay the application fee through online mode by 17 December.
Last date for offline payment through the Challan
Aspirants will able to generate application fee payment through offline mode is 19 December.
Tier- I EXAM
The SSC CHSL 2021 for tier- 1 exam will be held between 12 April to 27 April.
SSC CHSL tier- II exam will not release the date of the Tier- II exam.
SSC CHSL Exam Dates for 2019-20
Staff selection commission CHSL notification was released on the date of 3rd December.
The application process for the SSC CHSL exam had commerce on 3rd December & concluded till 10 January.
Last Date of Online Application Fee
Aspirants could submit their SSC CHSL exam application fee through online mode till 12 January at 11; 559 pm.
Last Date for Offline Fee
Aspirants who applied for the SSC CHSL exam through offline mode then had to submit their application fee by 14 January.
Application Status for Tier- I exam
Tier – I 2020 application status for different regions released since 1 October.
Admit Card for Tier- I
The admit cards for SSC CHSL Tier – I exam revised for multiple remaining shifts and started releasing one week ago.
Tier- 1 Exam Date
Applicants who were not able to take their exam because of Corona virus then were able to give their exam on different dates in the month of October. The important dates for the exams were 12- Oct to 16- Oct 2020, from 19 October to 21 October 2020, and also 26 October 2020.
Answer Key of Tier –I
The answer ket of the tier one exam was released on the official website (5 November)
Tier- One Result Date
The result of SSC CHSL tier- one has not been announced yet.
Tier-II Exam Date
The tier second exam was first conducted on 18 June, but now the exam date changed and it will be held on 14 February 2021.
Selection Process of SSC CHSL Exam
The selection process of SSC CHSL includes some steps. The steps of the selection process are as follows:
Apply Online for the SSC CHSL Exam
SSC CHSL 2020-21 started from the date 6 November. Aspirants can fill their application form into two parts one is a registration and the second is applications.
Registration for SSC CHSL
To apply SSC CHSL exam, aspirants first need to visit the official website and register them. For the registration, process candidate clicks on the new user or register now link. After that, aspirants need to fill in all the required details like name, email id, contact number, etc. On the completion of successful registration, a registration ID and password will generate. For future reference, candidates need to note down their registration ID and password.
Application for SSC CHSL
Aspirants can start filling their application form by just logging their registered ID and password. Candidates must need to fill in the correct information and also need to pay a 100 application fee.
Download Admit Card Tier-I Exam
SSC CHSL will release the admit card a few weeks before the exam. Aspirants can directly download their admit card from the SSC CHSL official website.
Appear for the SSC CHSL tier- I exam
After successfully application for the exam a candidate then need to apply for the tier- I exam paper. The exam tier I is a computer-based test which containing hundred multiple-choice questions.
Check Result or SSC CHSL tier- I
The result will be released on the official website of SSC CHSL. The result has the candidate’s name and the roll number, which is provided by the organization.
Admit Card for SSC CHSL tier- II
Staff selection commission CHSL is released the admit card for those candidates who successfully qualify for the Tier- I exam. The SSC CHSL tier- II is released through the online mode and aspirants can download their admit card from the official website.
Appear for the SSC CHSL tier- II Exam
Candidate can download their tier- II exam if they successfully clear the tier- I exam. The SSC CHSL tier second is a descriptive paper and it is conducted in offline mode because this paper is based on pen and paper.
Check the result of SSC CHSL tier- II
The result of SSC Tier- II was declared on the official website. This result also contains all the details about the candidates qualifying tier-II exam.
Tier- III exam SSC CHSL
SSC CHSL has released the result on its official website according to its prescribed schedule. The result contains all the details about the candidates qualifying for the tier- II exam for the tier- III exam.
Appear For Exam SSC CHSL Tier- III
For tier- III exam aspirants first need to clear the tier second exam. The tier- III exam is based on skills and typing test which conducted as per the applied post by the candidate.
Verification round for SSC CHSL Exam
Aspirants who want to qualify for the tier- III exam then they must have to qualify for the document verification round. For this process candidates need to appear for the document verification round this process will complete when the candidate submits the educational documents like class 10th and 12th certificate, their caste certificate, relevant certificate if any candidate has age relaxation, ID proof, Passport size photos, etc.
Students who had submitted their documents than for joining process candidate must have to verify all the documentation process.
Preparation Tips for SSC CHSL 2020
No matter what type of government job preparation candidates are looking there are some basic preparation tips a candidate must need for every exam.
For SSC CHSL exam preparation candidate must be up to date on current affairs
For the English language, the candidate must read Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms, Phrases, and one-word substitution.
For the General Intelligence section there are some important topics include Semantic Analogy, Symbolic Operations, Series, Coding and De Coding, and Venn Diagrams.
The candidate must be the focus on understanding concepts on different topics and have new learning techniques.
Candidates need regular practice by attempting all the SSC CHSL question papers.
Aspirants must have a focus on solving answer speed while they are attempting previous year question papers and sample papers
Applicants must evaluate themselves from time to time by just scanning through the previous year's question papers.
Important documents for SSC CHSL 2020 Exam
Candidates must have to submit their documents and no need to forget to carry out the allotted exam center includes:
Candidate must have to carry their admit card of SSC CHSL.
Must have two passport sized photographs.
Aspirants must have original and valid ID proof.
In case the date of birth is not mentioned on the ID proof then candidates need to submit their date of Birth certificate.
They also must have a self declaration form.
Due to the corona-virus, the candidate needs to have a Face Mask, Hand Sanitizer and Water Bottle.
Selection procedure of SSC CHSL Exam
The selection process of SSC CHSL is based on the three tire results. Means that candidate needs to clear all tier to get a job.
The final selection process is prepared by the SSC CHSL short listing and their cumulative performance on the behalf of the first two tiers.
The tier three selection process is based on a skill test, in these aspirants, possess the required skills.
When a candidate qualifies for all three-tier exams the candidate will be called for the verification of documents.
Exam Pattern of SSC CHSL 2020-21
The exam pattern of the SSC CHSL is as follows:
Tier I exam is based on Multiple Choice questions and for this the mode of examination is online.
The type of exam for Tier- II is based on Descriptive Paper in either Hindi or English. The mode of this exam is based on offline, which means in this exam candidate needs Pen and Paper.
The type of exam for Tier- III is the Computer Proficiency test or Skills Test.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
When the SSC CHSL recruitment of 2020-21 will be come out?
On 6 November 2020, the SSC CHSL recruitment notification has been released on its official website.
When the SSC CHSL result and cutoff will be announced?
The result date of SSC CHSL 2019-20 has not been announced yet. But the answer
Key of the exam released on 5 November.
Name of the post, for which the exam conducted?
There are multiple positions available under the staff selection commission CHSL these posts are Postal Assistant, Lower Divisional Clerk, Junior Secretariat Assistant, Data Entry Operator, and Sorting Assistant.
Which post is best for SSC CHSL?
All the posts offer the best opportunities and a handsome salary for the candidate. It is difficult to pick the best post because it depends on the candidate’s interest.
How a candidate can prepare for the SSc CHSL exam?
To prepare for the SSC CHSL exam, candidates must have to aware of some points:
The candidate must have to know the latest pattern of the SSC CHSL syllabus.
They need to follow a proper study plan
Candidates must need to read the best preparation books of SSC CHSL
For better understanding, candidates need to do more and more practice of previous year's question papers.
IS there any negative marking for the exam?
In the SSC CHSL exam, there is a negative marking of 0.5 marks in tier- I SSC CHSL exam. But there is no negative marking in tier- II or tier- III exam.
ARE there any eligibility criteria for the exam?
To apply for this exam, candidates needs to clear intermediate from a recognized board or university.