SSC CHSL Exam 2020 notification released on its official website. Interested and eligible candidates may apply through online mode for appearing SSC CHSL Exam to join govt jobs in Central Govt Sector.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL ) invites applications for filling up vacancies in various central government departments.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is a company that regularly fills vacancies in various central government departments annually. Salary allowances, other allowances, facilities and promotion policies are much better compared to state government employees. That is why the number of people competing for these jobs is growing annually. Currently, the Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL 10 + 2) exam notification has been issued by SSC.
Staff Selection Commission Combined Higher Secondary Level, SSC CHSL registrations would close on January 10, 2020 is the last date to apply online for SSC CHSL 2019 examination. Steps on how to apply, link to apply on ssc.nic.in as well as documents required are provided below.
All interested candidates are advised to go through the SSC CHSL 2019 Official Notification before filling the online application form to understand the eligibility. Basic criteria for SSC CHSL is 10+2 qualification and an age limit of 18 to 27 years, calculated as on January 1, 2020. Relaxation in upper age limit as per the relevant rules is applicable.
Qualification: Intermediate, Maths & science stream subject in inter for the data entry operator in CAG.
Age Limit: Must be between 18-27 years as of January 1, 2020.
Selection Process: Based on Computer Based Test (Tier-1), Descriptive Test (Tier-2), Skill / Typing Test (Tier-3).
Date of Examination: Tier 1 Computer Based Test – 2020 March 16-27.
Tier 2 Discursive Test-28.06.2020.
Application Fee: Rs.100/- for application fee. Fee exemption for women, SC, ST and PWD Candidates.
Necessary Documents Required:Candidates are required to upload their scanned image and signature while registering for the examination. The required documents like matriculation certificate, caste certificate and other documents would be required only at the time of document verification.
How to apply: Interested candidates may apply through Online mode with required information. Applications must be submitted in online mode only at the official website of SSC Headquarters i.e. https://ssc.nic.in. (Link to Apply)
Steps to Apply for SSC CHSL 2019: Interested candidates are advised to ensure that they are eligible for the examination before registering.
- To start the online application, candidates need to first register on ssc.nic.in. On the home page, simply click on the New User link in the Login page.
- Once registered, candidates can then fill the online application and provide the information asked.
- Once the information is provided, candidates who need to pay the fees are then required to pay the fees either by online methods or through the challan. Candidates may pay the fees by Challan till January 14, 2020.
- However, all candidates planning to pay the fee by means of an SBI Challan must generate the challan on or before the registrations close on January 10, 2020.
Last Date: Deadline for submission of online applications – 10.01.2020.
Important dates for SSC CHSL Exam 2020:
- Dates for submission of online applications: 03-12-2019 to 10-01-2020
- Last date for receipt of application: 10-01-2020
- Last date for making online fee payment: 12-01-2020
- Last date for generation of offline Challan: 12-01-2020
- Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of Bank): 14-01-2020
- Date of Computer Based Examination (Tier-I): 16-03-2020 to 27-03-2020
- Date of Tier-II Examination (Descriptive Paper): 28-06-2020
With intermediate education qualification, the opportunity to join the central government departments. Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) notification released and it is to be conducted by Staff Selection Commission. Candidates who have successfully completed the three-stage CHSL exam, they can perform duties with LDC, Postal Assistant, Data Entry Operator. You can build a stable career at an early age.
Preparedness *: Preparedness should be maintained as per the syllabus specified in the notification. Old, sample questionnaires should be examined. This will show you how to ask questions. You should write as many mock tests as possible before the CHSL Exam. Each question is only 36 seconds time. Quantitative Aptitude and General Intelligence should practice as many sample questions as possible to find answers to questions during this period.
You need to know the way of the principles are used for solving the questions. Gain a hold on short cut methods. It is better to prepare for Tier-1 exam from now on. There is a period of about 3 months between Tier-1 and Tier-2. That time is sufficient to prepare for the Tier-2 and Tier-3 exam
General English: There will be questions for the candidate to check basic English knowledge. Filling in the blanks, finding the wrong word in the sentence, the synonyms, the opposite words, the misspelled word, the idioms, the proverb, the conversion of direct and indirect sentences, the systematic arrangement of the words in the sentence, the questions of comprehension, etc. Grammar points in high school English textbooks are not difficult to achieve high marks.
General Intelligence: Both Verbal and Non Verbal questions come up. These are asked from sections such as number analysis, number classification, figure analysis, Venn diagrams, number series, coding decoding, word building … More questions come over numbers and digits. If you hold on to the basics of mathematics, you can find the answers.
Quantitative aptitude: questions in number system, algebra, geometry, mensuration and trigonometry. Arithmetic questions questions such as percentages, ratio, average, profitability, period-work, period-distance, age determination, trains, boat speeds, CSE, ACT, area, volume and so on. Almost all of these are from high school math books. It is best to study them and practice as many sample questions as possible.
General Awareness: The questions in this section do not require specialization. The answers to most of the questions can be found with general knowledge. Most questions are related to everyday life. Ecosystems are preferred. Everyday events (current affairs) come as questions. These include questions from India and neighboring countries, history, culture, geography, economic affairs, polity and science. High school social and science textbooks are worth reading. Headlines from July 2019 to deal with current business questions.
Three stages are SSC CHSL Exam: Every year, the SSC CHSL exam is conducted for the human resources with the required skills to perform the duties of the central ministries and central government offices. This test is conducted in three stages, and those who have completed one stage will appear the second stage. Tier-1 stage exam to conducted through online. Tier-2 exam is Descriptive Paper, Tier-3 is a Skill Test / Typing Test. Final Selections are made by the talent shown in Tier 1 and 2 tage exams. Qualifying in Tier 3 state exam is enough. 33% marks are required for Tier 2 qualification.