SSC Exams 2020-2021

SSC Exams 2020

About Upcoming SSC Exam 2020

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an organization under the Government of India which recruits staff for various posts in the various Departments of the Government of India and in Subordinate Offices.

SSC currently functions as a self-governing body that is chiefly engaged in conducting competitive exams for recruitment to various posts in the SSC departments. SSC Exams provide one of the most desired job opportunities to candidates. Previously, SSC has conducted various examinations - SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC CGL), SSC Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam (SSC CHSL), Junior Engineer, Hindi Translator, Stenographer, Selection Post, Central Police Organization, SSC GD Constable, SSC Multitasking, and Scientific Assistant Post.

We are sharing the latest calendar of SSC Exams 2019-21 released on 1st October 2019 in its official website.

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SSC CGL
SSC CGL is winning the heed of candidates who are preparing for SSC CGL as it provides a stable job, excellent salary package, along with additional benefits that make the job appealing. SSC CGL exam is conducted for the recruitment of various positions like – Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Accounts Officer, A section Officer, Superintendent, Inspector, Divisional Accountant, Junior Statistical Officer. The salary of SSC CGL ranges from Rs. 24,000 - Rs. 61,000.

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SSC CHSL
SSC CHSL has been one of the most awaited competitive exams in India. Every year a good number of vacancies are filled by SSC in various Govt departments. SSC CHSL exam is conducted for the recruitment of various posts like – Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants or PA/SA, Data Entry Operator or DEO, Lower Divisional Clerk, or LDC, Court Clerk. The salary of SSC CHSL ranges from Rs. 25,000 - Rs. 35,000.

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SSC MTS

SSC conducts the SSC MTS (Multitasking Staff) in two main stages – Common Test and descriptive paper. After clearing these stages, the candidate will get selected for General Central Service Group ‘C’ Non-Gazetted, Non-Ministerial posts in various Central Government Ministries/Departments/Offices, in different States/Union Territories. Salary of SSC MTS ranges from Rs. 16,000 - Rs. 20,000.

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SSC CPO

Staff Selection Commission Central Police organisation (Sub-Inspectors) Exam acronym as SSC CPO (S.I) is conducted by SSC on National level to fill required number of candidates to the post of Sub Inspectors in various Central Government Police Organisations like CRPF, ITBP, CBI, SSB, CISF, BSF and SI in Delhi Police etc. Due to its National level approach this test is taken by a large of aspirants who want to join these organizations on a priority basis.

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SSC Stenographer (Grade C & D)

A stenographer is someone who works in a courtroom or any legal proceedings corporate place and transcribes spoken words by typing them into a steno machine, a kind of shorthand typewriter. Fast and accurate typing skills are vital for a stenographer job. The Staff  Selection  Commission  will  hold an Open  Competitive Computer  Based  Examination  for  recruitment of  Stenographer Grade 'C' (Group 'B', Non-Gazetted) and Stenographer Grade  'D'(Group 'C')for  various  Ministries/  Departments/ Organizations in the Government of India.

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SSC JE
SSC conducts SSC JE exam every year for various departments such as Military Engineering Services (MES), Central Public Works Department (CPWD), Central Water Commission (CWC), and Department of Posts (India Post), etc. Salary of SSC CHSL ranges from Rs. 32,000 - Rs. 37,000.

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SSC GD
SSC GD is one of the popular posts which carry the responsibility of strengthening our internal security in general. It comes under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) which discharges multifarious responsibilities, the most important among them being - internal security, border management, Centre-State relations, administration of Union Territories. Salary of SSC GD ranges from Rs. 21,000 - Rs. 23,000.

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Upcoming SSC Exam 2020 Dates:

Exam
Important Dates
Notification
Details
 
SSC CGL 
Tier 1 Exam:
To be Notified later
Tier II & III Exam:
To be Notified later
Tier IV Exam:
To be notified later
Notification  Date : 
15 Sept. 2020
Online Registration Date: 
15 Sept. to 15 October 2020

 

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SSC CPO 
Tier 1 Exam:
28 Sep to 1 Oct 2020
Tier II Exam:
1 March 2021
Notification:
May 2020
Registration Dates:
May 2020

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SSC CHSL 
Tier 1 Exam:
16th to 17th March 2020
   Tier 2 Exam:
28th June 2020
Online Registration Dates:  
3rd Dec 2019 to 10 Jan 2020

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SSC
STENOGRAPHER
Tier 1 Exam:
To be Notified later
Tier II Exam:
To be Notified later
Notification: 
20 Sept 2019
Registration Dates:
20 Sept to 18th Oct 2019

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SSC MTS
Paper 1 Exam:
Oct 26 to Nov 13, 2020 
Paper 2 Exam:
Mar. 1 2021
Paper 3 Exam:
To be Notified Later
Notification: 
02 June 2020
Registration Dates:
02 June to 15 July 2020

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PPSC
Exam Date: To be notified later
Online Registration Dates:
To be announced
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HPSC 
Exam Date: To be notified later
Online Registration Dates: 
15 March 2019
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HSSC GROUP D
Exam Date: To be notified later
Online Registration Dates: 
22 March
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Upcoming SSC Exam 2020: Pattern, Syllabus, Previous Year Cut off Marks

Name of Upcoming SSC Exams
Exams Pattern, Syllabus & Previous Year Cut Off Marks
 

Upcoming SSC Exam 2020 FAQs:

Q. What is the full form of SSC exam?
Ans: SSC stands for Staff Selection Committee. It is the national level exam which is held to employ suitable candidates for various posts in the ministries, departments of Government of India.
 
Q. May I know how many exams are conducted by the SSC?
Ans: SSC conducts the following exams and these exams are listed below: -
  • SSC JE
  • SSC CGL
  • SSC CHSL
  • SSC Stenographer
  • SSC MTS
  • SSC JHT
  • SSC CPO
  • SSC Constable GD
Q. What are the essential qualifications to take SSC exam?
Ans: The Staff Selection Committee holds various exams on regular intervals for large number of vacancies for candidates who have qualified 10thstd, 12th std. and graduation examinations. One can choose any of the SSC EXAMS according to his or her qualification.
 
Q. What is the exam pattern followed by SSC exam?
Ans: SSC exam is conducted every year for diverse posts. Every exam has a different exam pattern and syllabus to prepare. Generally speaking, most of the posts have prelims, mains and Interview sessions as a part of the recruitment drive. There are some Section Officers posts and investigators etc where prelims exam is not required. There are some skill based posts such as Steno, typist, MTS, etc where shorthand or typing skills are also examined to perfection by the examiners.
 
Q. May I know the age limit for SSC exam?
Ans: Generally speaking, the age limit criterion is considered to be between 18-27 years depending upon the exam the candidates opting for. There is an age relaxation provided for the reserved category which is as follows:
  • Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe: 5 years
  • Other Backward caste: 3 years
  • Physical handicapped: 10 years
  • Widows and divorced UR: 35 years age limit
  • Widows and divorced SC/ST: 40 years
  • Widows and divorced OBC: 38 years
Q. Is there any fees relaxation for any category in SSC EXAMS?
Ans: Yes, the Staff Selection Committee offers the fee relaxation for various reserved categories and these categories are listed below: -
  • SC
  • ST
  • Physically handicapped
  • Ex-servicemen
Candidates belonging to these categories are exempted from frees for most of the SSC EXAMS.
 
Q. Does SSC release any yearly calendar for exam schedules?
Ans: Yes, the SSC notifies an annual calendar for the examination every year. It is generally released in the month of September/October. Candidates who intend to apply for various exams can check it from the official website of the SSC.
 
Q. Does SSC have any correction form to change the exam date and exam centre?
Ans: No, SSC does not consider such a request from the applicants.
 
Q. How can I apply for the SSC exam?
Ans: After the commission releases the notification, you need to login using the registered number and SSC registration password. After logging in to the website, you can fill the Online Application Form appropriately.
 
Q. How can I make fee payment?
Ans: Candidates can pay the SSC exam fee either by online mode or offline mode. For online mode, you can use BHIM UPI, Net Banking and for offline mode, payment can be made only through the SBI bank challan.
 
Q. Does SSC EXAMS have negative marking scheme?
Ans: Yes, SSC has the negative marking but it varies from post to post. Candidates can check the relevant marking scheme as mentioned in their respective official notifications while applying for the same.

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